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Double Shelix
Women in STEM, the grad school grind, inclusive science, passionate people - a podcast!
Category: Science & Medicine
Conversations and real talk on women in STEM, the grad school grind, and inclusive science.
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March 23, 2017 02:26 PM PDT

Imposter syndrome sucks, especially when it keeps you from doing your best work. In this episode, Kayla and Sally discuss their own experiences overcoming three types of imposter syndrome: feeling like you were invited by mistake, comparing yourself to a superstar, and realizing that everyone else's research is WAY cooler than yours. In Better Talk Next Time, a man says he would have won a major fellowship if he was a woman - greaaat. Finally, if you want money to be at the lab bench, you need to be able to write. How can you sell yourself and your work to reviewers and get meaningful feedback on your writing from peers?

July 26, 2016 05:32 PM PDT

Megan interviews scientist and entrepreneur, Katy Lassahn. Katy is a co-founder of BioIgnite, a non-profit focused on bringing STEM research and discovery to young students. Megan and Katy chat about BioIgnite's experience with the NSF Innovation Corps for Learning grant, building a business, and STEM education in the US. And, listen for a sneak peek into BioIgnite's summer camps!

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May 15, 2016 03:50 PM PDT

What was your first job? The first thing you were paid to do? Your first position in your field? Kayla and Sally discuss first jobs and how to find your next first job. We argue that it’s silly that in academia your “first job” isn’t until you’re a tenure-track faculty, and that this undermines the hard work of students and trainees. Also on this episode, Kayla shares an Oh Shoot moment from the lab bench, and things get v. real in our Better Talk Next time segment. Finally, we learn about crosslinking gels in the Tech Talk, and on Stuff We Love, we love the Nikon Small World microscopy image competition and this awesome article by Sue Bird about the shameful lack of analytics in women’s sports.

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