Each episode is a conversation with a Mainer who is working in science, engineering, technology, and innovation, and deep-dive into who they are and what they do. The format allows us to explore more about the science and the person doing it. With the Maine Science Podcast we continue to celebrate and explore Maine science and people – right now.
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Episode 9: Angela Oechslie

coding, computer science, Educate Maine, information technology, IT, Project>Login, Project Login podcast, Tech Night, workforce development
January 7, 2021
Bonus Episode: Ben Sprague & Jeremy Yardley

covid-19, health care, medicine, Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center, pediatrician, science communication, vaccine
December 29, 2020
Episode 8: Jessica Muhlin

algae, art and science, citizen science, climate change, Maine Maritime Academy, marine science, phenology, reproductive wildlife ecology, rocky intertidal climate, seaweed
December 17, 2020
Episode 7: Michael Burman

brain, psychology, neuroscience, neonatal, trauma, University of New England

December 3, 2020
Episode 6: Heather Hamlin

aquaculture, lobster, marine science, ocean acidification,
ocean warming, recirculating aquaculture systems,
University of Maine

November 12, 2020
Episode 5: Ivan Fernandez

soil science, climate change, University of Maine, policy
October 29, 2020
Episode 4: Sascha Deri & Seth Lockman

aerospace, rockets, cubesats, engineering, space
October 15, 2020
Bonus Episode: Tardigrade – Emma Perry & Noelle Killarney

tardigrade, marine biologist, water bear, moss piglet, Bangor
October 8, 2020
Episode 3: Brian Harris

neuroscience, neuroplasticity, music, MedRythms, University of Maine
October 6, 2020
Episode 2: Sharon Klein

solar energy, energy efficiency, University of Maine, economics, Window Dressers, climate change
September 17, 2020
Episode 1: Patrick Breeding

bioengineering, skincare, lobster, chemistry, University of Maine
September 3, 2020
TrailerSeptember 1, 2020

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  • Nancy Grant 08 / 11 / 2020 Reply

    May I suggest that you include the science field of each podcast along with the name of the scientist. As a school librarian, I can then point a student to the podcast of an astronomy scientist or the botany scientist, depending on the student’s interest.

    • mainesci 09 / 11 / 2020 Reply

      That’s a great idea! We’ll update the website listing to ensure that the area of science is easily found. Thanks for the suggestion!

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