Inside The Petri Dish Podcast | Episode Two

The Inside the Petri Dish podcast begins are joined by a whole host of amazing conversationists and scientists to explore climate change.

Part 1) Climate Change – Rachel Smith

In episode two of Inside the Petri Dish, the podcast that dissects science and takes a look down the microscope at controversial topics within research, Vicki Blight and Tay-Yibah Aziz set Alice Gray another challenge to find out about climate change through interviews with scientific experts.

First we speak to environmentalist, Rachel Smith, a Environmental Scientist who works on the beaches of Hawaii.

Part 2) Climate Change – Adriana Coppola

In part two of our episode exploring climate change, we are joined by Adriana Coppola, a renewable energy engineer. She explains her work and how there are economic and gender gaps within climate change.

Part 3) Climate Change – Benjamin Jones

In this episode, Vicki Blight and Tay-Yibah Aziz have set Alice Gray another challenge to find out about climate change through interviews with scientific experts, and this week we are joined by Benjamin Jones, a marine biologist and Founding Director of Project Seagrass, to find out about how climate change is threatening seagrass meadows – which happen to be our main source of defence against climate change.

Part 4) Climate Change – Krissy Middleton

In this episode, Vicki Blight and Tay-Yibah Aziz set Alice Gray another challenge to find out about climate change through interviews with scientific experts, and Alice continues her search for information about this topic.

We speak to conservationist, Krissy Middleton, to talk about conservation and zero waste living.

Stay tuned for next time, where Alice takes her finding back to Vicki and Tay for a concessionary episode.

Part 4) Climate Change – Concessionary Episode

Stay tuned for the next episode where Alice takes her findings back to Tay and Vicki.

 

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Author: Alice Gray

STEM-inist blogger hoping to raise awareness for the issues facing women in science, technology, engineering and maths.

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