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A Soupçon of SciComm with Deeptha Vasudevan on Zebrafish and Neurogenesis

A Soupçon of SciComm with Deeptha Vasudevan on Zebrafish and Neurogenesis
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Deeptha thinks Zebrafish are the coolest fish in the world. Probably even the coolest animal ever? Do you know why?

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Shrinivasan Raghuraman on cone snails that hunt

A Soupçon of SciComm with Shrinivasan Raghuraman on cone snails that hunt
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Shrinivasan Raghuraman studies some really shy animals. But they hunt, taser, harpoon and even suck blood! Want to learn more? Press Play!

A Soupçon of SciComm with Chintan Sheth on Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

A Soupçon of SciComm with Chintan Sheth on Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
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Chintan Sheth can fly to any spot on the planet, whenever he wants. In fact, he can even fly to

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A Soupçon of SciComm with Devayani Khare on Citizen Science

A Soupçon of SciComm with Devayani Khare on Citizen Science
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Devayani Khare is a Geomorphologist who talks to us about Citizen Science and all the different ways in which normal everyday people can get involved in doing science.

A Soupçon of SciComm with Vaishali Rawat on the importance of Geography

A Soupçon of SciComm with Vaishali Rawat on the importance of Geography
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In this edition of our mini-podcast series, we talk to Vaishali Rawat who is a writer and conservation advocate at Wildlife Conservation Society in India. She is also Sanctuary Asia Magazine’s Young Naturalist of the year for 2017. She talks to us about the importance of ecology, wildlife conservation and geography in our everyday lives.

A Soupçon of SciComm with Parshati Patel on planet formation

A Soupçon of SciComm with Parshati Patel on planet formation
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We talk to Parshati Patel who is an Astronomer turned Science Communicator and currently works as an Education and Outreach Program co-ordinator at Western University in London, Ontario in Canada. Parshati talks to us about visualising and understanding how planets form.