What´s the science behind cocaine addiction or 3D printing in personalized medicine? In this episode we meet nine PhD students presenting five minutes stories about their research projects at Chalmers University of Technology.
Two of the PhD students, Anton Axelsson and Axel Olesund also discuss the importance of communicating chemistry science in a way that non chemists can understand. Come along with RadioScience to a workshop on science communication taking place in Gothenburg in Sweden two cold and sunny days in November 2019.
This episode is the result of a collaboration between RadioScience and the students and teachers at a workshop on popular science communication at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Teachers at the course were Professor Raychelle Burks from St. Edwards University in Texas and Professor Lars Öhrström from Chalmers.
The participating students were Andrey Sizov, Anna Wypijewska del Nogal, Anton Axelsson, Axel Olesund, Robin Öz, Rydvikha Govender, Sune Levin, Thuy Mai Hoang Philipsen and Yingwei Ouyang.
There is also an episode from when we did a similar workshop in 2018.