Posts by Unfiltered Thoughts – page 3:
For the fifth episode of Unfiltered Thoughts, Jack sits down with Renée Webster to chat about chemical separation. Renée is an analytical chemist whose work focuses on the separation of fuels and lubricants, but she’s also been involved with CSIRO’s Scientists in Schools and the Real Scientists Twitter project.
For the fourth episode of Unfiltered Thoughts, Jack sits down with Tom Lang to chat about biological comedy, particularly his 2013 Melbourne Fringe Festival show Love, Factually. Tom is a science communicator, comedian, writer and board game enthusiast. He’s also a regular panelist on The Pseudoscientists, but if you’ve only been listening to the show for the past month or so, you probably didn’t know that.
For the third episode of Unfiltered Thoughts, Jack sits down with James Fodor to chat about disagreement. Regular listeners to The Pseudoscientists will recognise James’s name from the Question of the Week segment, but when he’s not giving us his opinions, he’s the President of the University of Melbourne Secular Society, studying for a Bachelor of Science and has a particular interest in science communication, skeptical activism, interfaith dialogue, and effective altruism.
For the second episode of Unfiltered Thoughts, Jack sits down with Will Farr to chat about scientific expertise, engineering, pseudoscience and Nobel Prizes. Will is an electrical engineering student at Swinburne University of Technology, with interests in climate change, nuclear…
For the very first episode of our new show, Unfiltered Thoughts, Jack sits down with Jessie Browne to chat about climate change. Jessie is a 3rd year undergraduate geology student at the University of Melbourne with a keen interest in rocks and cats, and is involved in the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.