6 June 2017
The tenth episode showcases female scientists studying holes of various forms. Gabriele Betancourt-Martinez from the University of Maryland explains how she uses xrays to study black holes in space. Back on Earth, Ewa Sypianska from Cardiff University explains how drifting bacteria that are impacting on glaciers forms a different type of black hole and dark matter.
11 May 2017
This episode is all about using science and engineering to prevent disasters. UK 3MT champion 2015, Zaid Janjua from Nottingham University explains how he is using centrifugal force to test coatings that make flying safer. Ronak Janani is a female engineer from Sheffield Hallam University who wants to make the batteries in your phones safer, greener and more efficient.
27 April 2017
The latest podcast focuses on dementia with three researchers looking at diagnosis, the problems of administering drugs to the brain and the benefits of second language learning in delaying the disease.
12 April 2017
Creating a Speakezee profile provides a neat way to showcase your communications skills and experience to a potential organizer. But there is another good reason if you are on the job market. An analysis of professional recruiters indicated that 90% would be more willing to open a traditional text-only CV after viewing a 1 mintue video CV. In addition, 90% were more likely to invite a candidate to interview based on viewing a positive video presentation.