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Women in STEM Career & Confidence is the podcast for scientific and professional women who want to restore confidence, make meaningful impact and balance the things and people that mean most to them. Dr Hannah Roberts will be sharing with you insights and inspiration into the mindset and skillset to help you navigate your career and lead powerfully.
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I’m an electrical engineer who enjoys listening to and sharing stories of ordinarily extraordinary women that work in STEM fields. The women featured on these episodes work in different STEM fields, are at different phases in their careers, and bring their unique perspectives and stories. I am endlessly fascinated by what these women do, how they have navigated their careers, balanced families, and why they made the career choices they did. Most STEM fields are dominated by men which makes f ...
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Podcast celebrating women in STEAM and the Skilled Trades. Creating community and highlighting the women within it. Take a break, we're on Smoko. The Smoko Podcast is sponsored by Peggy Workwear. Peggy workwear is workwear which fits and functions as it's designed by women for women. www.peggyworkwear.ca
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Welcome to "Unspoken Truths: Women in STEM," a captivating podcast where we delve into the journeys of female leaders shaping the landscape of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Join us as we uncover the stories of women across various STEM industries and academia, as they courageously navigate societal norms and challenges within their respective fields. From breaking barriers, to shattering stereotypes, these remarkable women reveal the unspoken truths behind their triumphs ...
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This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right Media – the original true crime comedy network

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This podcast might not actually kill you, but Erin Welsh and Erin Allmann Updyke cover so many things that can. In each episode, they tackle a different topic, teaching listeners about the biology, history, and epidemiology of a different disease or medical mystery. They do the scientific research, so you don’t have to. Since 2017, Erin and Erin have explored chronic and infectious diseases, medications, poisons, viruses, bacteria and scientific discoveries. They’ve researched public health ...
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Hosted by Aarna Sahu, Aarna's News is a collection of stories from brilliant women themselves in the STEM industry--that is, Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and everything in between. Here, we dive deep into the women who've changed the workforce and also inspire others to take on these fields. Episodes every Monday at 7AM PST. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aarna-sahu/support
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An entertaining and revealing podcast, highlighting some of the most badass minority women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math(STEM) today. You are going to laugh, cry, shout, be inspired, and gain new knowledge from these amazing women. Hosted by award-winning STEM advocate, educator, strategist, mechanical engineer, and motivational speaker, Dr. Natoshia Anderson (Dr. Toshia), join us for an engaging, invigorating, motivational, and inspirational journey.
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Best of the WWEST

Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology

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Welcome to Best of the WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology), where we believe providing role models for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can change the world. Come along with us as we talk to incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between.
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Womanica

Wonder Media Network and iHeartPodcasts

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Thinking back to our history classes growing up, we had one question: Where the ladies at? Enter, Womanica. In just 5 minutes a day, learn about different incredible women from throughout history. On Wonder Media Network’s award-winning podcast, we’re telling the stories of women you may or may not know — but definitely should.
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SheCanCode’s ‘Spilling the T’ podcast offers conversations with top female voices in the tech sector, as we plunge into the latest topics that have captured our imagination recently. Learn about a range of tech disciplines and how to establish a career in them - from coding, AI, cyber, starting a business, career transitions and even diversity in space, we lay it out bare and Spill the T on everything you need to know.
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Double Dipping

Caroline and Mikaela

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Caroline and Mikaela are just two girls trying to make it through their 20s. Listen as they share amusing stories about their friendship and everyday lives to escape the seriousness of reality. And boy, do they have a fun time doing it. | Instagram: @doubledippingpodcast | TikTok: @doubledippingpodcast
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Busted

The Institute for Gender and the Economy

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Does achieving gender equality only benefit women? Are gender quotas thwarting meritocracy? Are women more risk averse than men? If you think you know the answers to these questions, then think again! Busted is an audio podcast series that busts prominent myths surrounding gender and the economy by teaming up with leading experts in the field. We uncover the origins of each myth and give you the tools to bust each myth yourself! Busted is a GATE audio series production from the Institute for ...
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Women have been a minority in the engineering field for years, which has made it harder for them to grow their careers. The Women in Engineering Podcast (WIE) is a vital resource for women in engineering, offering inspiration, knowledge, and how to career advice. Hosted by Mechanical Engineer Tiffani Teachey, the show features interviews with successful female engineers who are looking to help the next generation of female engineers succeed. This podcast is a go-to destination for female eng ...
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Women have been a minority in the engineering field for years, which has made it harder for them to grow their careers. The Women in Engineering Podcast (WIE) is a vital resource for women in engineering, offering inspiration, knowledge, and how to career advice. Hosted by Mechanical Engineer Tiffani Teachey, the show features interviews with successful female engineers who are looking to help the next generation of female engineers succeed. This podcast is a go-to destination for female eng ...
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Rich Blak Women is a podcast from national Indigenous not-for-profit First Nations Foundation, following stories of culture, strength, challenge, and resilience from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women – rich in culture, value, and mindset. Conversations aim to deepen awareness about the unique economic inequities’ First Nations women face, investigate success and connection to culture, empower financial wellbeing through shared experiences and learnings, and build community and alli ...
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Breaking the 20%

BlackLemon Podcasts

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Before computers were machines, they were women! For a span of two centuries the term "computer" was effectively interchangeable with a woman tasked with the role of a human calculator, adept at solving intricate mathematical problems. Then World War II started and men decided to build computers. Despite their zeal to build the machines, they had no interest in programming them, so they left the job to the women. Women, under the leadership of figures like Grace Hopper, played a pivotal role ...
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The podcast airs biweekly on Mondays and is hosted by Anne Chisa, also known as Anne with an E. The show revolves around interviews with individuals involved in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) from across the globe, all united by the hashtag #AfricansInSTEM. The guests have the opportunity to share their personal stories, highlighting the "ROOT" of their science and engaging in profound conversations beyond the scientific realm. The goal is to create a ...
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Women in STEM is recorded and produced by Praphanit Doowa, featuring interviews with the experiences and stories of women in and around the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics schools at the University of Washington.
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MYC Uncensored is a podcast made up of young females, Youth workers and girls in the local community who have come together to share experiences and information to other young women in a way that is comfortable, relatable, reliable and real. We dive into topics of women’s health, mental health, relationships, careers, schooling life, being a young female in today’s society and other topics of interest including submissions by listeners.
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STEM Lab Podcast

Sabrina Walthall

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A podcast highlighting Women in STEM, especially Women of Color. The STEM Lab Podcast is hosted by Dr. Sabrina Walthall a scientist/professor whose love for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) eventually led to a STEM career in academia. Dr. Walthall is an Associate Professor of Science, a Community Engagement Scientist and an advocate for women in STEM.
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Executive Producer and Host, Theresa E. Gonzales, former Silicon Valley Tech executive, speaks with guests to elevate the experiences, accomplishment and research achievements, dedicated to Latina women in STEM, BIPOC Entrepreneurship & Community advocates. Together, our intergenerational conversations are changing the dominant narrative through technology for reimagined leadership and innovation from the Block To The Boardroom. Special thanks to sound engineer, Robert Lopez and Latinasb2b.m ...
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Emerging Tech Unpacked is a podcast that aims to demystify new and emerging technologies and feature incredible women in STEM (science, technology, engineering & mathematics) leadership. It aims to inform, engage and inspire people to learn more about the latest technologies that will impact their professional and personal lives and hear inspiring stories from diverse experts about their interesting backgrounds and careers and how they got to where they are now. Hosted by Lucy Lin, a global ...
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Big Sisters in STEM

Big Sisters in STEM

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As women and marginalised voices, we’re told just being in the room is a great achievement – so why doesn’t it always feel great? From imposter syndrome to the feminine urge to over-burden ourselves, it takes guts to take up space in field that wasn’t made with you in mind. Join us for six episodes as we sit down every week with scientists, students, and sisters at all stages of their journey in STEM – you’re not the only girl in this classroom!
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STEMpod

Sam Jones & Rubén Rodríguez Pérez

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Women in STEM share the interesting work they do, but more so the path—however bumpy—that brought them to where they are today. STEMpod is hosted and produced by Sam Jones, PhD, alongside producer Rubén Rodríguez Pérez. Artwork is by Rachel Sibley.
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Ada Lovelace Day is an international celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology engineering and maths which aims to increase the profile of women in STEM and create new role models for both girls and women studying or working in STEM.
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Podcast about navigating the start-up world as a women entrepreneur and leader. Personal stories, challenges, rewards, and actionable tips. This podcast is mostly focused on STEM and the entertainment industry, where women leaders and entrepreneurs are still in the minority. By sharing our own experiences, we hope to help balance the scales and help attract more women of all backgrounds to join us and bring the necessary change to the start-up world. Support us here https://www.buzzsprout.co ...
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STEM Women in KidLit

Artemis Roehrig & Rajani LaRocca

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Join authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to women with STEM careers or jobs who also happen to be children's book authors and illustrators! For more information visit: rajanilarocca.com and artemisroehrig.com
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STEMpire

A fellow women in STEM!

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Welcome to STEMpire! Here we share the journeys of women in STEM and the lessons you can learn from them. These stories range from the local to global scale, and you can't help but be energized to make a change like these queens did. So join us, and turn her innovation into your inspiration. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @stempirepodcast
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Visceral Podcast

Michelle Roseborough

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Visceral Podcast combines clever interviews with an inspiring curiosity for women in STEM. The show seeks out guests with unique perspectives on new developments in science and technology and how they affect women and girls. Join our host Michelle Roseborough as she takes on interesting topics and engages with Africa’s most prominent women in STEM.
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"Women Shifting Gears" is a weekly podcast that puts inspiring women from all corners of the automotive world in the left seat. Fasten your seatbelt as host Amanda Busick talks with women in motor racing, collector cars, national and international motoring events, publishing, rallies, and STEM education to hear what drives them to contribute their time and talent to the world of cars. Amanda moves our guests into the fast lane to explore her guest’s career insights, their mentors and influen ...
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Dr. Stephanie hosts expert discussions with thought leaders in all facets of health including nutrition, fitness, hormones, stress management, performance, recovery, longevity, health span, mental resilience, and energy production. We discuss complex science and then alchemize it into actionable items for every day living. The ultimate goal with this podcast is to assist you in making informed decisions about your health, whether you're seeking relief from menopausal symptoms, struggling wit ...
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A monthly podcast to help you navigate your Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics careers with utmost confidence! A show where you’ll learn strategize, tools and advice from expert guests and your lovely host Prasha S Dutra about how to believe in your brilliance & conquer the world of male dominated careers. Learn how to live a well rounded life in STEM & beyond!
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The energy revolution is coming, and it's all hands on deck. Amplifying the expertise of the leaders in the new energy economy and inviting diverse voices to the table, we'll talk solar power, battery storage and battery alternatives, microgrids, renewable energy, distributed energy architectures, energy policy, energy equity, and all things energy. I'm your host, Amy Simpkins, renewable energy CEO (and Rocket Scientist) and I am passionate about creating sustainable change. I believe that a ...
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Join host Brian Rollins for thirty trivia questions every week on a dorky, geeky, nerdy topic every Wednesday. DGN covers Star Wars to Star Trek to Movies to TV to Harry Potter. DGN is your own personal game of Jeopardy! Past topics covered by DGN: Marvel Trivia, DC Comic Trivia, TV Trivia, Movie Trivia, all 50 US States, book trivia, video game trivia, food trivia, holidays, women in comics & STEM, and more. Reach out to Brian at DorkyGeekyNerdy.com to send feedback or suggest a future episode.
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Bringing Chemistry to Life

Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Conversations with the brightest chemical minds — Join us in educational chats with some of the most fascinating and influential scientists in the world. Learn about their personal stories, notable contributions, and an enthusiasm for discovery that unites them all. Covering various fields and industries, this is a podcast for anyone who wants to learn more about science and the brilliant minds advancing it.
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Latina In America Podcast

Rosie at Latina In America

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Welcome to the Latina in America podcast, your bilingual destination for all things Latina about our diverse culture, professions, and passion for travel. Join our special guests as they share their unique career journeys and take you to amazing places around the world. We cover science, technology, finance, mental health, entrepreneurship, the arts, and, of course, travel. Celebrate Latina heritage and resilience. ¡Únete a nuestro viaje profesional y cultural!
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Two Drugged Girls

Rachel and Jessica

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We're a couple of medicated young women in STEM ranting and bantering about a different topic each week! Things like feminism, student debt, marriage, celebrity/fame, social media, diet/nutrition, dating, mental health.. etc. Discussing articles within that topic (from the Atlantic to Buzzfeed), but also the latest research in the scientific community about that topic. A podcast for women, by women.. but men can come too!
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WHAT IF? We all want to see women find success by following their passions. Well, what if you started your morning listening to a story about a woman that made education better for teenage girls? Or a story about a woman who made those dumb, boring stock photos more diverse so they included every kind of woman? What if you started every single morning listening to success stories of inspirational women? Four minutes with On The Dot was created by women, for women. We empower our gender by te ...
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Season 1 is a virtual journey to Antarctica. For Season 2, Samantha Hodder joins the all-women’s leadership expedition to Antarctica, as Podcaster in Residence. The trip plan was to get all the way to the Rothera Research Station, part of the British Antarctic Survey, a place that’s so remote, it’s almost an illusion. But they had problem...they almost got stuck in the ice. To solve this problem, the women aboard this ship were asked to take a blind vote to determine what to do. They took ch ...
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Welcome to Unconventional Success where we are rewriting the rules for female solopreneurs. I’m your host, Tiffany Dawson - a business and mindset coach. I help women who value freedom to earn the income they need to facilitate the lifestyle they want. I’ll share interviews with successful female founders and my own tips on how to build a bulletproof mindset, make your own rules for your reality and think strategically about your business. So you can earn free-flowing revenue while spending ...
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Engineering Change Podcast

Dr. Yvette E. Pearson

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Engineering Change is the podcast designed to help REDEFINE engineering as we know it by: RE-imaging who we see as engineers and what we see as engineering, DE-siloing academic programs and problem solving, and FINE-tuning culture and climate using best practices for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) so people from all backgrounds and identities can succeed. It's about being just as intentional with JEDI as we are with solving any other problems in engineering; applying a care ...
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In this episode of "Unspoken Truths: Women in STEM", we talk with Dr. Malvindar Singh-Bains, a leading neuroscientist at the University of Auckland’s Centre for Brain Research. She shares her journey in neuroscience and research in neurodegenerative diseases, as well as many insightful viewpoints on academia and life. Listen in, to learn more about…
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Kalpana Pot is an actor, writer, host, and space communicator. Renowned for her vibrant online presence, particularly in space science, Kalpana has cultivated a platform with over 200K followers on Instagram and 4.4 million likes on TikTok. Importantly, she challenges the prevailing narratives about women in STEM, a perspective not often encountere…
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In Episode 94 of Aarna's News, host Aarna Sahu welcomes the trailblazing Madison Feehan, founder and CEO of Space Copy, an international lunar manufacturing company. Madison, an early career professional based in Canada, boasts an impressive background in advanced lunar instrument development for NASA’s Planetary Science, Heliophysics, and Astrophy…
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Inspiring Stories 049 - Dr Helen Bridle - Client Story Subscribe to the Women In STEM Career & Confidence Podcast on your favourite platform and stay tuned. Helen is an Associate Professor in bioengineering at Heriot-Watt University and Director of Let’s Do Engineering, an EPSRC funded engagement project designed to tackle stereotypes around engine…
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In this episode, I talk with Tershara Matthews, senior vice president and National Offshore Wind Policy lead at WSP USA. We discuss the fast-growing field of offshore wind energy in the U.S. and explore ways to improve the country’s offshore wind capabilities. Tershara also shares her experiences as a woman in engineering and energy policy, […] The…
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On this episode on MYC Uncensored, Anika talks about Dr Katherine Johnson, the first African-American women to work as a NASA scientist, with her calculations being a critical part of the Apollo Moon Landing. Anika touches on the hardships faced by Johnson and how she overcame them! If your interested in the movie 'Hidden Figures' it is based on he…
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In recent years, Dawn Staley and A'ja Wilson have become household names. From their achievements on the court to their influential roles off it, we delve into how these women have shaped the landscape of women's basketball and supported each other along the way. In this episode, we hear how they’ve overcome adversity and proven the naysayers wrong…
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We're diving into an important topic: the representation of women in STEM careers. Despite making up about 50% of the population, women hold only around 34% of STEM positions, with even fewer—approximately 25%—in the chemicals industry. Why is this the case, and what can be done to change it? Kylie Wittle (Co-Founder & Operations Director of Women …
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Wyomia Tyus (1945 - present) is an Olympic athlete who became the first person to win gold in back to back Olympic games. During the 1968 Olympic games, she joined the Olympic Project for Human Rights and protested against global racial inequality along with other Black athletes. For Further Reading: ESPN: Track legend Wyomia Tyus protested at the …
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On this episode on MYC Uncensored, Jagriti and Satini talks about bullying and the impacts it can have on those being affected. While it is a topic often spoken about, many of those who are being bullied still find it a struggle to open up to someone. If you are being affected, access a resource below: HeadSpace Kids HelpLine Bullying No Way The Bu…
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In this very special season, hosted by Destiny Dewis, a proud Nywaigi and Manbarra woman from North Queensland and Boigu Island in the Torres Strait joins Larisha Jerome, a proud Jarowair, Wakka Wakka & Wulli Wulli woman. Larisha has an extensive background working in banking, health, coaching, and government (Indigenous Affairs) and not-for-profit…
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Hélène de Pourtalès (1868-1945) was an American-born Swiss sailor who competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris representing Switzerland. She was one of the first 22 women to participate in the Olympics, and one of the first to win an Olympic gold medal. For Further Reading: Women’s History Spotlight: Hélène de Pourtalès Sheroes: Hélène de Pour…
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This is episode 491 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast. On this podcast, you meet adults and students doing exciting and fun STEM activities in our area. This episode features interviews with Brad Hennessie from Nexstep Robotics, recorded on July 2nd, and Michael James Daza and Luisa Orellana-Castillo, recorded on July 9th. Brad dis…
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This is the first episode in the polio eradication in Nigeria story series. Our guest, Dr. Samuel Usman will talk about the spread of polio, how it affects the body and how the polio vaccine works. He will also explain the challenges in Polio eradicaton in Nigeria and his personal experience in this field. Support the Show. Follow the show on: Twit…
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This special episode is brought to you by CCWESTT, the Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades, and Technology, and features a live interview with Caroline Mekodom at CCWESTT’s biennial conference: Charting a Course, Navigating Systemic Change held this past May in Victoria, British Columbia. Caroline Mekodom, is a certified eng…
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Mary Peters (1939-present) is a former athlete from Northern Ireland who won a gold medal for the pentathlon at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. This marked the bloodiest year of The Troubles. Peters went on to champion other athletes from Northern Ireland. For Further Readings: Olympics: Memory Lane - 72, A Gathering of Champions The Irish Times: Mary…
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Mad about trivia? How about some Mad About You trivia? This week, as a small anniversary present to my lovely wife, I’ve got one of our absolute favorite shows, Mad About You. If you’re new to my little show, welcome. Every week, I have three rounds of ten questions each. If you don’t know the answer, fret not. No one will judge you. I’m your host,…
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CW: mentions of infertility, pregnancy loss, body-shaming The third and final installment of our series on IVF surveys the current and potential future landscape of this powerful technology. We first trace the growth of the IVF industry in the US since its inception in the early 1980s up to today before then giving an overview of some of the regula…
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Lisa Lane (1933-2024) was an American chess player and 1959 U. S. Women’s Chess Champion. She was also the first chess player to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated magazine. For Further Reading: Lisa Lane, Chess Champion Whose Reign Was Meteoric, Dies at 90 QUEEN OF KNIGHTS AND PAWNS More Than Five Decades After Lisa Lane's Success, Equality…
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Join us for an inspiring conversation with Dr. Karen Willcox, Director of the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences and Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Willcox shares her journey to becoming a leading expert in computational engineering and discovering her passion for education, mento…
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Join us for an inspiring episode where we delve into the exhilarating world of startups! Tune in as Sophie Brown, Commercial Director, Flowlio and Katie Fradley, Product Development Director, Flowlio, share their unique journeys, the challenges and triumphs of building a startup, and their crazy passion for innovation and growth. Whether you're an …
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Cathy Freeman (1974-present) is an Australian Aboriginal runner. She won the gold medal for the 400 meter race at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, at a tense time in reconciliation between the Australian government and Aboriginal people. For Further Reading: Born To Run, by Cathy Freeman Cathy Freeman’s Sydney 2000 gold was a moment of ecstasy at a t…
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Discover the transformative power of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with Dr. Amy Killen @Dr.AmyBKillen as she delves into the benefits of progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone for women's health, longevity, and vitality. From enhancing sexual and cardiovascular health to rejuvenating skin, this episode is packed with expert insights and pract…
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Sunny Choi was climbing the corporate ladder when she heard that breaking would be an event at the world’s biggest stage in sports. After years of upholding society’s standards of what a successful life looks like, Sunny is going for the gold. Tune in to hear how breaking encouraged her to break the mold and be a more liberated version of herself. …
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Tatyana McFadden has 20 Paralympic medals in wheelchair racing. She’s won four New York City Marathons. When she’s racing downhill, her arms push her to speeds of 40 miles an hour. This episode, tune in to learn how Tatyana went from an orphanage in Russia to one of the most decorated athletes in the world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
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In Canada, only 30% of Members of Parliament are women, and only 16% belong to a racial minority group, well below their 26% representation in the overall Canadian population. On the other hand, white men are over-represented in political leadership, and that’s not only the case in Canada, but in many other countries as well. People may – conscious…
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Kathleen Stanford Grant (1921-2010) was a professional dancer turned Pilates pioneer. After a serious knee injury, she trained with founder Joseph Pilates to recover and discovered a lifelong love of the exercise program. Kathy became one of only two people he ever certified directly to teach Pilates and helped bolster its popularity in the late 20…
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In this very special season, hosted by Destiny Dewis, a proud Nywaigi and Manbarra woman from North Queensland and Boigu Island in the Torres Strait joins Larisha Jerome, a proud Jarowair, Wakka Wakka & Wulli Wulli woman. Larisha has an extensive background working in banking, health, coaching, and government (Indigenous Affairs) and not-for-profit…
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Kerri Strug (1977-present) is a two-time Olympian and gold medalist. In 1992, she was the youngest American Olympian. In 1996, she helped the US team win the gold by competing in vault on an injured ankle. For Further Reading: Kerri Strug's Unforgettable Determination to Win Gymnastics Olympic Gold | Strangest Moments Happy Landing Archdeacon: The …
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This is episode 490 of the Fun with the Maryland STEM Festival Podcast. On this podcast, you meet adults and students doing exciting and fun STEM activities in our area. This episode features interviews with Dr. Julie McEnery from NASA, recorded on June 28th, and Subhan Chaudhry, recorded on June 30th. Dr McEnery discusses her work on the Nancy Gra…
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On this episode on MYC Uncensored, Miwa and Satini spoke about responding to some of the queries raised by the young people dealing with feeling unheard and ignored and their personal and social environment. How do you deal with feeling unattended and unheard? -------------------- Stay connected with us: Instagram: @myc_uncensored Facebook: @mycunc…
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Stamata Revithi (1860s-unknown) was a Greek woman who made history as the first woman to run the marathon race at the Olympics. In 1896, during the first modern Olympic Games in Athens, Stamata ran the marathon course the day after the official men's race. Although her run was not recognized by the Olympic committee, her determination and effort pa…
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It’s time to start thinking about our golden years. This week, for episode 284 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast, I have Golden Girls trivia. Not glamorous, but fun. And I know this has had a resurgence in popularity in the last few years, so why not have thirty questions about the 80s sitcom. I’m your host, Brian Rollins, and let’s start the…
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In this episode, Nadia, Elina, and Amy discuss the new landscape of offshore wind in America and how this holistic solution is providing revitalization to American manufacturing, in addition to the importance of engagement with the local community and meeting people where they are in renewable energy outreach. Quotes “It sounds like people are not …
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CW: mentions of infertility, pregnancy loss, suicide In the second part of our three-part series on IVF, we’re picking up where we left off last week. From the historical side of things, that means investigating how the revolutionary technology of IVF was developed over the decades of the 20th century leading to the first “test tube babies” born in…
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Vicki Draves (1924-2010) was an American diver who won Olympic gold medals in springboard and platform diving at the 1948 Olympic Games in London — the first woman and Asian American to accomplish this feat. For Further reading: The Olympic triumph of Vicki Manalo Draves Victoria Manalo Draves, Olympic Champion Diver, Dies at 85 An Olympian’s Oral …
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In Episode 93 of Aarna's News, host Aarna Sahu sits down with Neda Emami, the innovative founder and CEO of SAAG.io. With a background in biomedical engineering and a passion for both business and the great outdoors, Neda has created a groundbreaking platform that's revolutionizing outdoor gear rentals. Join us as Neda shares her journey from the m…
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Caroline and Mikaela talk about Justin Timberlake's arrest, Spotify vs. Apple Music, and the different types of attractive. Intro Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/mountaineer/sodden License code: OLCQJ25ODNHHVXJP Outro Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/moire/bees-in-the-garden License code:…
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Science communication, especially in health, is crucial for fostering informed and resilient communities in Africa, where public health challenges are prevalent. In our upcoming episode, Treezer Michelle Atieno, a health and science journalist from Kenya will be joining us. Treezer is also our show producer and will talk about her experience in sci…
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In this empowering episode, we dive into the critical role of male allies in the realm of leadership. Join us as we explore the stories of influential men who are actively championing gender equality, fostering diverse workplaces, and reshaping the narrative of traditional leadership. Tune in to discover how Oliver Scott and Joe Dan Dockrey from Wo…
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Madge Syers (1881-1917) was the first female figure skater to compete against men and women. She often competed in pairs with her husband. She was the first woman to win two Olympic gold medals in one Olympic games. For Further Reading: Figure Skating Has Always Blurred The Lines Of Gender Segregation A Brief History of Women’s Figure Skating Look …
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Dr. Adeel Khan is at the forefront of the transformative field of regenerative medicine and innovative therapies. In this episode, Dr. Khan's insights shed light on how stem cell therapies and gene editing technologies could revolutionize the treatment of various conditions, from aging and autoimmunity to cancer and skin health. Dr. Adeel Khan and …
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