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Sciographies introduces listeners to scientists at Dalhousie University. Each episode explores events in our guest’s life that left an impression powerful enough to lead them to their career in science. Guests will also talk about their research and provide thought-provoking commentary on topics like climate change, cannabis research, endangered species and more.
In this episode we talk to Will Burt, a chemical oceanographer and Dalhousie alum (PhD’15).
Dr. Burt is the Chief Ocean Scientist at Planetary Technologies, a carbon dioxide removal company headquartered in Nova Scotia. The company partners with Dal researchers to study the efficacy and safety of ocean alkalinity enhancement (OAE), a mitigation approach that harnesses the ocean’s natural ability to capture and store CO2 from the atmosphere.
This special alumni episode, done in partnership with Dal’s Open Dialogue Live series, is the final episode of Sciographies’ fifth season. Host David Barclay interviews Dr. Burt about discovering a passion for oceanography, leaving a tenure-track position in academia to work in industry, and what it’s like to be on the frontlines fighting climate change.
Visit the Planetary Technologies website: www.planetarytech.com
Learn more about Open Dialogue Live:www.alumni.dal.ca/open-dialogue
Discovering the minds behind the people bringing science to society.
Every year, the Brain Repair Center (a world class hub for neuroscience research, innovation, and education) hosts the Atlantic Mobility Action Project retreat. This retreat is an opportunity to share knowledge related to restoring mobility and important functional abilities primarily in people whose nervous systems have been damaged by injury or disease. In this episode we chat about our experience at the conference and things that we enjoyed about the conference that should be implemented everywhere else. Look forward to interesting discussions about central pattern generators, the dynamics of hula hooping, and creating plastic flamingos.
Something fruity this way comes, weekly conversations with Nicole Keeping and Diana B. Tease
Frank and candid conversations about race and identity, with a special focus on the African Nova Scotian experience.
Welcome to Walking Gottingen. An immersive audio experience.
In order to begin the sound walk, you should be standing at the intersection of Gottingen and Cornwallis on the right-hand side of the street (HINT; near the North End Community Health Centre)
This project was created by Jayde Tynes, Francella Fiallos and Sarah Poko. Thank you to the community members who have shared their voice through this project so that you can have a memorable experience today.
We would also like to acknowledge our funders the Inspirit Foundation and Halifax Community Investment Fund. As well as our partners the North End Community Health Centre, Mayworks Festival and CKDU.
Enjoy your stroll down memory lane!
We speak with Erin Costelo & Reeny Smith on being a producer, the importance of representation in the industry and behind the sound board
Welcome back to the Women in Music Atlantic chapter podcast – Spring Sessions. Today is our last episode! over the last 4 months, we have talked to six incredible musicians, performers, and music industry professionals and today is no different I’m chatting with Breagh Isabelle and Laura Roy! Breagh is a songwriter, performer and producer living in Nova Scotia and Laura Roy is a songwriter and performer from Canning NS, now living in the UK.
A Dalhousie Gazette podcast
In the relaunch of our podcast, we bring you an interview with Dal’s latest Rhodes Scholar, Sierra Sparks. Engineering student Sierra talks about her hard work getting the scholarship, leadership that inspires women and changing the world. We’ve also changed our name to “Behind the Story” and we’ll be uploading this to our Youtube channel to include captioning.
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Here From Away features individual stories of people who came (or came back) to Halifax from somewhere else.