A whole year and 15 episodes later... what a ride for the first season of the Women in Ecology and Evolution Podcast. Thanks for listening! More great stuff for you today. Dr Kristal Cain from the University of Auckland talks to me about her research and why it's important to test things we assume to be true! We're joined by Dr Dareen Almojil, a molecular ecology postdoc based at NYU Abu Dhabi, and Tara-Lyn Camilleri Carter, an evolutionary ecology PhD student at Monash University, to talk about how we've coped with the last year in academia. IT'S BEEN WEIRD. Another great Paper in Focus this episode - Dr Emily Roycroft tells me about using museum specimens to learn more about extinctions in Australia. And a sneaky special feature this episode! Ally McGee, an undergrad at the University of Scranton, tells me about her app designed to track balloon pollution. Download it and contribute to her project! Link below - as well as everything else we've discussed this episode.
I'll be taking a brief hiatus to enjoy a belated late summer break, and a honeymoon! I'll be back later in the year with more great guests and features. As always, this episode has been hosted by me, Kirsty MacLeod. Drop me a line anytime: hello[at]theweepodcast.org
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