Gradcast #35: Jacqueline Dron is Good for our Cholesterol

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Hello internet land! This week we're back in the radio, and getting back into the squishy sciences with Jacqueline Dron. Cholesterol is linked to one of the most prolific diseases in the western world. Could there be a genetic component?


Guest: Jacqueline Dron
Host: Jina Kum, Alexander Moszczynski
Producer: Tristan Johnson
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REBROADCAST: Gradcast #9: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – Canadian Edition with Claire Halstead

11075026_1567071013578466_85181924890476This week, our guest Claire Halstead discusses her research on British child evacuees in World War II. Claire is in her final year of the history PhD program at Western University and is doing incredible work in compiling a database with the identities and stories of these British youth sent to Canada to escape the war in Britain. The stories Claire tells us from the letters she's read by these child evacuees range from sweet to heart-wrenching. Listen to the full story here.
Guest: Claire Halstead (@ClaireLHalstead)
Hosts: Ramina Adam (@rminadm), Eric Green (@theBIGeasy)
Producer: Tristan Johnson (@TristanPEJ)
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REBROADCAST: Gradcast #6: True Patriot Passport with Robyn Schwarz

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This episode features PhD student Robyn Schwarz-Pimer from the department of history. Robyn is a Canadianist, a researcher of all things Canada, and today she came in to talk about the new passport that has been going viral for its blacklight antics. She is on twitter at @robynsch and maintains a page on academia.edu.

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Cast:
Produced: Tristan Johnson
Crew:
Committee Chair, Host: Alex Moszczynski
Social Media: Ramina Adam
Youtube, Host: Tyson Davis
Graphics, Host: Joseph Donohue
Host: Eric Green
Producer, Podcast Editor: Tristan Johnson
Host: Jina Kum
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Gradcast #33: Live Fast, Black Hole Young with Parshati Patel

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This week we interviewed Parshati Patel from the department of Planetary Science. She's working on understanding how planets form in stars that barely live a million years. She also does outreach work such as the Western Worlds podcast that will be available in mid-Septemberat http://cpsx.uwo.ca/news/westernworlds


Guest: Parshati Patel (@ParshatiPatel)
Host: Alexander Moszczynski (@TheRealA_Mosz), Adrienne Borrie
Producer: Tristan Johnson (@TristanPEJ)
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