Science Answers in Two Minutes

We are proud to welcome fellow science podcaster Ainissa Ramirez to Lab Out Loud.  As scientist, inventor and self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa is the host of Science Underground – a new, two-minute podcast that delivers a science topic in an enjoyable and easy to understand fashion. Listen to the show to hear Ainissa discuss the importance of science communication the inspiration for her topics, and how […]

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NSTA 2015: Talking Science

Talking Science with the Hosts of Lab Out Loud Saturday, March 14 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM McCormick Place, W176b Join the hosts of the Lab Out Loud podcast to explore the benefits of using digital media in science education—helping to engage students and improve teaching practice. Presenter(s): Dale Basler (Johnston Elementary School: Appleton, WI), Brian Bartel (Johnston Elementary School: […]

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Episode 27 – Questions with Skeptoid

For this episode, we took a suggestion from one of our listeners.  Nathan from Western Maine writes: For almost a year now I have been listening to the podcast called “Skeptoid,” recorded and published by a good skeptic fellow named Brian Dunning.  He researches and reports on subjects like alternative medicine and paranormal occurrences in a weekly podcast that lasts […]

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Episode 21 – Dr. Kiki, Never Too Cool for Science

http://media.libsyn.com/media/wsst/LOL21.mp3   Our guest this week is Dr. Kirsten Sanford, Ph.D. (Neurophysiology).  Dr. Sanford (Dr. Kiki) is making her way in independent science media and journalism. Recently, Dr. Kiki shared a comment on her blog in a post entitled The Reason Why.  Here’s a snippet: After showing her your podcasts, [my daughter] has discovered that it is not only possible […]

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