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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is interviewed by our giveaway winner, Nicole, a 1st year university student studying economics and data science. In this bitesize episode they discuss learning maths. Send us a Text Message. If you know a group of students who would like to interview one of our role models, please get in touch by emailing podcast@untappe…
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In this episode STEM Untapped host Izzy is joined by Jimena, an A-Level student with an interest in engineering. They interview Lisa Schott and Karly Liebendorfer from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF). Lisa and Karly are both engineers, but in different fields and at different points in their careers. Check out more details about the ASF …
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In this episode, our student interviewers Priscilla and Kenzie are interviewing Dr Hannah Durrington, MRC Clinician Scientist Honorary Consultant Respiratory Physician. What this means is that Hannah is both a practicing doctor and a scientist with a PhD, with a specific interest in asthma. Hannah recommends looking at the New Scientist website Sen…
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In this episode, our student interviewer Ismene is interviewing Dr Katrina Jones, a Presidential Research Follow in Paleo Biology & Evolutionary Biology at the University of Manchester. You can learn more about Katrina's work on this episode of The Brain Scoop on YouTube - warning, the video is really interesting but pretty gross! Send us a Text Me…
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In this episode, our student interviewer Caitlin is interviewing Amelia Gilio, who at the time of interview was a PhD student at the University of York studying Structural Biology and Biocatalysis. Amelia has since finished her PhD and is now a post doctoral fellow in America. Some resources that Amelia recommends are: Chemistry Review Royal Societ…
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Gabrielle Gainsborough is interviewed by our student interviewers Felicity, Sophie and Ciara. In this bitesize episode they chat about Gabrielle's involvement in Covid 19 vaccination clinical trials. Send us a Text Message. If you know a group of students who would like to interview one of our role models, please get in touch by emailing podcast@un…
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In this episode, our student interviewers Felicity, Sophie and Ciara are interviewing Gabrielle Gainsborough, a Senior Clinical Project Manager in clinical trials. Gabrielle, Felicity, Sophie and Ciara discuss travelling for work, how a degree in science can lead to many different jobs, and Gabrielle’s work on covid 19 vaccination trials. Some reso…
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In this episode, our student interviewers Izzy and Jess are interviewing Dr Jo Mueller, a Clinical Psychologist. Jo, Izzy and Jess discuss working with children and parents, the invisibility of women in psychology, and the breadth and depth of Clinical Psychology training. Send us a Text Message. If you know a group of students who would like to in…
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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is interviewed by our giveaway winner, Nicole, a 1st year university student studying economics and data science. In this bitesize episode they chat about the patriarchy and bias that exists within society. Send us a Text Message. If you know a group of students who would like to interview one of our role models, please g…
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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is interviewed by our giveaway winner, Nicole, a 1st year university student studying economics and data science. In this bitesize episode they touch on what it means to be women in STEM, feeling valued, the importance of your network, and the inspiration behind Anne-Marie starting STEMettes Send us a Text Message. If you…
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4th March is World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development, and we’re publishing two blogs written by some engineering undergrads about their experience studying engineering. But after speaking with our Youth Advisory Board (a group of teens who we work with once a term), we realised that Engineering is a bit of a generic term. So we’re releasi…
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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is interviewed by our giveaway winner, Nicole, a 1st year university student studying economics and data science. In this bitesize episode they discuss all things cybersecurity. If you know a group of students who would like to interview one of our role models, please get in touch by emailing podcast@untappedinnovation.co…
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Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE is interviewed by our giveaway winner, Nicole, a 1st year university student studying economics and data science. In this episode they discuss the importance of role models, the lacking data and coded bias in society, the importance of creativity and exploration and much more. Resources mentioned: Kode with Klossie Algori…
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In this episode, hear our STEM Untapped founding partners Sally, Suzanne and Deirdre, and our podcast Operations Manager, Izzy, introducing STEM Untapped and the connection between science and creativity. Student interviewer Assia, from Dr Sarah Moller's episode, echos this concept 'STEAM' and shares how the sciences and arts are very separate at s…
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This week's bitesize episode features highlights from interviews with Data and Computer Scientists Tolúlopé Ògúnrèmí and Aminat Amoo. Tolúlopé is a Research Scientist and Founder of the award-winning organisation Coders of Colour, and Aminat is a Data and Cloud Infrastructure Engineer. Tolúlopé and Aminat introduce you to their line of work, what i…
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This week's bitesize episode focusses on the topic of Psychology and you'll hear highlights from three interviews with our role models who all work in different branches of Psychology. Each of these women explain what a typical day in their job looks like, what research they do, the favourite aspect of their work and they pass on some advice to the…
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Amongst the range of careers that we have covered so far with our role models, a common subject that is often brought up in conversation is around sustainability and conservation. Our student interviewers are often interested in how this links to day-to-day work in STEM so here’s our role models sharing their experience and highlighting how conserv…
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Highlights from the episodes published so far this year, featuring our role models and their diverse, interesting and exciting careers, including: Kerry Hill sharing the importance of empathy and having an emotional connection with the animals with her work in conservation science; Dr Rebecca Bowler on how she discovered 10 galaxies whilst studying…
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Dr Jessica Boland, who is a Senior Lecturer of Functional Materials and Devices at the University of Manchester. Jessie, Tamina and Ellie discuss how lasers are improving the technology in our devices, how Jessie worked to develop science based sign language, and fun ways to revise for maths a…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Tamina and Ellie are going to introduce you to Dr Jessica Boland, a Senior Lecturer of Functional Materials and Devices. If you'd like to find out more about Jessie's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. Some resources that Jessie …
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Ines Cruz who is a Farm Vet. Ines, Lily and Jessica discuss what it’s like to study to be a vet, how vets deal with things like worms and bird flu, and how vets are trying to be more environmentally friendly. Some resources that Ines recommends are: All Creatures Great and Small: The Classic M…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Jess and Lily are going to introduce you to Ines Cruz, a Farm Vet If you'd like to find out more about Ines' work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. Some resources that Ines recommends are: All Creatures Great and Small: The Classic M…
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Dr Sarah Moller who is an Air Pollution Theme Leader, Knowledge Exchange and Senior Research Fellow at the University of York. Sarah and our student interviewers Assia and Gloria discuss about what Sarah studied in her PhD, what our student interviewers Gloria and Assia would do it they were e…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Assia and Gloria are going to introduce you to Dr Sarah Moller, an Air Pollution Theme Leader, Knowledge Exchange and Senior Research Fellow at the University of York. If you'd like to find out more about Sarah's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in …
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Dr Rebecca Bowler who is an Astronomer at the University of Manchester. Rebecca and our student interviewers Nia, Bea and Willow discuss Rebecca’s discoveries during her PhD, what it’s like to work with other astronomers from all over the world, and her experience of being a woman in astronomy…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Nia, Bea and Willow are going to introduce you to Dr Rebecca Bowler, an Astronomer at the University of Manchester. If you'd like to find out more about Rebecca's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. Some resources that Rebecca rec…
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Kerry Hill who is an Animal Trainer at WWT Slimbridge. Kerry, Rosie and Eliza discuss Kerry’s relationship with the birds, her postgraduate studies into animal welfare assessments, and listen to her advice about how to apply for scholarships, grants and bursaries to help you apply for internin…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Rosie and Eliza are going to introduce you to Kerry Hill, an Animal Trainer at WWT Slimbridge. If you'd like to find out more about Kerry's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. Some resources that Kerry recommends are: British and …
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In this podcast episode, you'll hear some more best bits from the STEM Untapped podcast in 2022. In particular we focus on what it has been like for our role models as women in STEM, and the great advice that they give our interviewers. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female or non-binary role models, please get in touch…
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In this podcast episode, you'll hear some best bits from the STEM Untapped podcast in 2022. In particular we focus on what got our role models interested in STEM, and how important it was for them to have role models growing up. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female or non-binary role models, please get in touch by emai…
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In this extended podcast episode, you'll hear more from Charlotte Pitt who is a Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. Charlotte and our student interviewer discuss what it’s like for Charlotte working with young people, how to get into psychotherapy, and the importance of not having everything worked out. Charlotte also gives informa…
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In this bitesize podcast episode, the student is going to introduce you to Charlotte Pitt who is a Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist. If you'd like to find out more about Charlotte's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. If you know a group of students who would like to interv…
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In this podcast, the students are going to introduce you to Isabel Rogers who is an Assistant TV Producer for Wildstar Films. Isabel produces wildlife documentaries. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female or non-binary role models, please get in touch by emailing podcast@untappedinnovation.com Likewise, if you know anyon…
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In this podcast, the students are going to introduce you to Kirsty McCabe who is a Broadcast Meteorologist. Kirsty presents and write about the weather for Sky News and the Royal Meteorological Society. If you're interested in meteorology, Kirsty recommends... Taking the Online Course Come Rain or Shine which will help you understand the weather Wa…
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In this podcast your host, Izzy, is going to introduce you to the founders of STEM Untapped. Deirdre Walter, Sally Kemkers and Suzanne Allers set up STEM Untapped CIC in response to the lack of STEM role models for female and non-binary students. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female or non-binary role models, please ge…
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In this podcast, the students are going to introduce you to Dr Megan Sumeracki who is a Cognitive Psychological Scientist. Megan’s work is about trying to understand how we think and process information, and in particular figuring out the best ways for students to learn. Megan recommends... The Learning Scientists website, podcast, blog, book and Y…
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In this podcast the students are going to introduce you to Dr Louise Martin. Louise is a GP who treats patients at a GP surgery in London. Louise recommends... The British Medical Journal website When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi (ISBN: 9781784701994) This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay (ISBN: 9781509858637) STEM Untapped also recommend... Tw…
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In this podcast the students are going to introduce you to Dr Ananathi Ramachandran who is a biologist. Ananthi works on cancer theraputics, which are medicines which target specific cancer cells. Ananthi recommends... The New Scientist website and Instagram Using YouTube to search for scientific lab skills Searching scientific hashtags on Twitter …
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In this podcast the students are going to introduce you to Aminat Amoo who is a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer at a start up called Permutive. Aminat got into tech by joining a bootcamp for women with Code First Girls. She works with The Cloud, providing a good platform for the rest of the engineers at her company. Aminat recommends... Finding out m…
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In this episode the students are going to introduce you to Yesim Kunter. Yesim is a play expert and futurist. Her day to day work involves a range of subjects, such as technology, psychology, anthropology, sociology and design. Yesim recommends... Ways of Seeing by John Berger (ISBN: 9780141035796) Homo Ludens: A Study of the Play-Element in Cultur…
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In this episode the students are going to introduce you to Dr Elisa Smith. Elisa is a consultant pediatrician, specialising in the field of neonatology. She currently works at the neonatal intensive care unit in Cardiff where she is the clinical lead. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female role models, please get in touc…
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In this episode the students are going to introduce you to Dr Megan Kenny. Megan is a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University and she specialises in Forensic Psychology. Megan recommends... Silence of the Lambs film (this film is rated 18) Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris (ISBN: 9780099532927) Evil Genius television show (this show is rated 15…
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In this episode the students are going to introduce you to Sharon Strugnell. Sharon is a Civil Engineer based in South Yorkshire who has always been curious about how things work. Learning that civil engineers shape the world we live in, Sharon was hooked on the idea that she could make a difference! Sharon recommends... Institute of Civil Engineer…
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In this episode the students are going to introduce you to Tolúlọpẹ́ who is the founder of an award winning organisation Coders of Colour. This organisation has the aim of getting under-represented people of colour into the technology industry, and providing them with an opportunity to experiment with coding in a safe and accessible space. If you k…
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