Post by Michelle Mason
I love talking to people about astronomy, but boy oh boy it can be difficult sometimes.
Astronomy is the most hands-off science out there, because everything under study is literally out of this world.
Author: Melanie Torres, PhD candidate studying amphibians
Good evening, and welcome back to the University of Wyoming's science communication blog! Melanie Torres here, and I'm introducing two more of our aspiring science communicators via the 60-second or so interview assignment we completed last week.
While Michelle Mason and Cody Porter are from two different backgrounds, they both are doing some pretty fantastic research for their PhDs here at the University of Wyoming! Michelle's research focuses on supermassive black holes, whereas Cody is studying speciation in birds. Have a listen and enjoy!
Introduction recorded and produced by Heather Speckman.
Introduction recorded and produced by Melanie Torres.
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