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SkOP is the podcast for the SKOPE Research Centre. This podcast seeks to create a platform for researchers across different institutions to voice their thoughts on key issues related to education and skills policy to allow for informed debate. Our first season ‘The L Shape’ is focused on how education and skills policy could/should respond to the COVID-19 crisis, and we are exploring this from multiple perspectives. The Centre for Skills, Knowledge, and Organisational Performance (SKOPE) is ...
 
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Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests: Dr Susan James Relly (Director of SKOPE) In this episode our hosts, Ashmita Randhawa and James Robson, are joined by Susan James Relly, Director of SKOPE, to reflect on Season 2 of Sk…
 
Prof. Dr. Christian Koeberl has had a fascinating career in planetary sciences. An expert in how planetary impacts make craters, he served for ten years as the director of the Natural History Museum of Vienna, one of the most important natural history museums in Europe. Today, Dr. Koeberl is the Chair in Impact Research and Planetary Geology at the…
 
What do kids today think about astronomy and space travel? And how do they think differently about these topics compared to kids 40 years ago? In this episode of the Vatican Observatory podcast, longtime middle school astronomy teacher Constance Martin-Trembley joins Br. Guy Consolmagno, Director of the Vatican Observatory, and host Bob Trembley to…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests: Dr Neil Bentley-Gockmann OBE (CEO of WorldSkills UK) and Dr Susan James Relly (Director of SKOPE) Today our guests discuss the future of technical and vocational education, the concep…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests: Professor Ewart Keep, Emeritus Professor of Education, Training and Skills and previous Director of SKOPE; and Dr Adam Saunders, SKOPE Research Fellow, Department of Education, Univer…
 
On this episode of the Vatican Observatory Podcast, a pioneer in black hole imaging, Prof. Dr. Heino Falcke joins Br. Guy Consolmagno, Director of the Vatican Observatory, and host Bob Trembley for a conversation to discuss his new book Light in the Darkness: Black Holes, the Universe, and Us, his trailblazing work on black hole imaging, and the in…
 
How does a spacecraft get designed and built? How do you maneuver a spacecraft to make sure it gets where it’s going? What’s it mean to work on “Mars time”? In this episode, Steve Collins, Senior Engineer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), joins Bob Trembley and Br. Guy Consolmagno to answer these questions and more about what it takes to cre…
 
New research from the SKOPE Research Centre (Authors: Dr James Robson, Dr Ben Holgate, and Dr Ashmita Randhawa) and funded by the AHRC shows the importance of 'narrative' and how skills associated with the arts and humanities are valued by business leaders: https://skope.ox.ac.uk/publications/storycraft/. Hear two of the authors and the hosts of th…
 
Galileo was not only a great scientist, but a great philosopher of science. And yet, he was a man who sometimes contradicted his own philosophy. In this episode, Br. Guy and Chris Graney continue their discussion of the real story of Galileo and how science and history textbooks alike often get it wrong. Guests: Chris Graney, historian of 17th cent…
 
Galileo's championing of Copernican heliocentrism led to two encounters with the Church: an informal meeting with Cardinal Bellarmine in 1616 and a formal trial in 1633. It’s a muddled piece of history which has caused many people to falsely stake the claim that the Church is an enemy of science. In this episode, Br. Guy and Chris Graney discuss th…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Professor Paul Ashwin, Head of Department, Educational Research, Lancaster University (@paulashwin) ¦ Minto Felix, DPhil student, Department of Education, University of Oxford (@Mint…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Edited by Laura Dong. Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Prof Sibel Erduran, Professor of Science Education and Director of Research, Department of Education,University of Oxford (@ErduranSibel) ¦ Prof Michael Reiss, Professor of Science E…
 
Why is the Vatican interested in space and how is it actively contributing to space exploration? In this podcast, Br. Guy explains some of the biggest moments in the Observatory’s history in space and talks about the space missions where the VO is making a contribution. He is joined by Dr. Daniel Britt, the Pegasus Professor of Astronomy and Planet…
 
U.S. astronaut Nicole Stott and her husband Christopher Stott of the International Institute of Space Commerce explore with Br. Guy what living on (or in) the Moon would look like. Where’s the best spot for a Moon base? And when we can expect Moon tourism to start? Guests: - Br. Guy Consolmagno - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Consolmagno - Nico…
 
In this inaugural episode, world-renowned Vatican astronomer Br. Guy Consalmagno, SJ sits down with Dr. Larry Lebofsky, a planetary astronomer specializing in small solar system bodies, to discuss the chances a meteorite will end life on Earth, how to stop it, and whether or not we’d be safer on Mars. Guests: - Br. Guy Consolmagno - https://en.wiki…
 
Where do you draw the line between space fact and space fiction? In this episode, Br. Guy and Dr. Larry Lebofsky of the Planetary Science Institute examine what the genre gets right and how science fiction has influenced real-life space programs. Guests: - Br. Guy Consolmagno - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Consolmagno - Dr. Larry Lebofsky - ht…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. In this final episode of our first season, we reflect on all that we have learnt about the impending impact of COVID-19 on the UK's labour market, education, and training. Highlights include what we would do as po…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Dr Craig Holmes, Labour economist, Pembroke College (@CraigPHolmes) . Introduction by Dr James Robson, Department of Education, University of Oxford So, we’ve covered a lot so far. We’ve looked at the imp…
 
Humanity has "eyes" that can detect all different types of light through telescopes around the globe and a fleet of observatories in space. From radio waves to gamma rays, this multiwavelength approach to astronomy is crucial to getting a complete understanding of objects in space.
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Dr Gavin Killip , Researcher at the Environmental Change Institute (@ecioxford) , and Dr Steve Puttick @Steve_Puttick, Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Oxford University Department of Education (…
 
Produced by Ashmita Randhawa (@Rand_Ash) and James Robson (@elpug). Music composed and performed by Francis Pugh and the Whisky Singers. Guests : Olly Newton (@ukedgepolicy), Executive Director at the Edge Foundation, and Dr Andrea Laczik, Head of Research at the Edge Foundation (@ukedge) . As folks might remember from our Episode 0, the focus for …
 
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