Science Blender podcasts tell behind-the-scenes stories of M-P Robinson and other graduate students in the Robert F. Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
The pilot episode of Science Blender, a podcast created by the graduate students of the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, blends together the life and science of Michael-Paul Robinson. You’ll hear about a story of mentorship, what it is like to be a first-generation graduate student, and how antibodies can be efficiently produced in bacteria.
About the Podcast
We hear about scientific advancements all the time, but we rarely hear about the people and stories behind those discoveries. But science is a process, driven by people. In each episode, Science Blender will dive deep into the human side of research, as a large part of one scientist’s work and career. Listeners will find out what it takes to develop cutting-edge research, the personal drive of each scientist, how they cope with the ups and downs of the research process, and the broader impact of the work and individual. Science Blender is a production made possible as a Robert Frederick Smith Initiative from the Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Cornell University.
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