April 6, 2021
In the third installment of our Curie Family special, we talk about the early life of Irene and Eve Curie, as well as the Nobel Prize-winning work of Irene and Frederick Joliot.
March 9, 2021
The time has come! We are finally doing an episode on our podcast's namesake, Madame Curie herself! In the first in a multi-part series, we talk about Marie Curie's early life, her partner in crime Pierre, and the scientific breakthroughs they made...
Feb. 23, 2021
It's February, and romance is in the air, so we have a special "Galentine's Day" episode! We invited sociologist Anna Michelson to share her research on romance novels, and how gender has shaped the romance genre.
Feb. 9, 2021
In the second installment of our movie review series, Frances and Mallory discuss their reactions, thoughts, and reflections on the movie Radioactive, a biopic about Marie Curie.
Jan. 12, 2021
We're finishing our holiday special on indigenous women and scientific polar exploration with the story of Ada Blackjack, the sole survivor of a doomed scientific arctic expedition to Wrangel Island.
Dec. 29, 2020
It's the holidays, so this week we talk a walk through a winter wonderland and explore the vital role of Indigenous women in arctic exploration, focusing on Arnarulunnguaq, who participated in the 5th Thule Expedition crossing the North American...
Dec. 15, 2020
This week, we finish off our series on Ada Lovelace! We focus on Ada Lovelace's lasting scientific legacy in mathematics and computer programming, and sociologist Morgan Clark explains why Ada Lovelace's story means so much to her.
Dec. 1, 2020
This week, we are joined once more by sociologist Morgan Clark to discuss her favorite woman in STEM and kindred spirit, Ada Lovelace, in a special two-part series! In this episode, we talk about Ada Lovelace's very colorful parents, her childhood,...
Oct. 20, 2020
This week, it's a tale of two women! Mallory tells the story of her grandmother, a Japanese American who was sent to the internment camps during WWII, and compares her life to our featured scientist, Ruby Hirose, who was also Japanese American living...
Oct. 6, 2020
This week, we talk about Eugenie Clark, the "Shark Lady". Our very own shark lady, Frances, also gives us some insight into what it was like filming for Nat Geo's Sharkfest!
Sept. 22, 2020
This week, we are joined by scientific illustrator and fellow Dugongs and Seadragons podcaster, Erin Z. Anderson! We talk about how art was an avenue for many women to get involved with scientific practice and the many plant crazes of Victorian...
Aug. 4, 2020
This week, we cover the sometimes tragic but always awe-inspiring childhood and early life of Mary Anning, a woman who shaped the early field of paleontology. Check out the Shows on the Speak Up For Blue Network: Marine Conservation Happy Hour Apple...
July 21, 2020
This week, Erica Banks joins us to talk about her idol and inspiration, Ida B. Wells, who was a fearless Black civil rights activist, journalist, and sociologist.
July 7, 2020
This week, we talk about Miriam Menkin, the first person to successfully fertilize an egg outside of the womb, a discovery that would eventually lead to the development of in vitro fertilization. Check out the Shows on the Speak Up For Blue Network:...