Women in STEM: Teressa

My 38th guest is Teressa Alexander, a passionate graduate student in Plant Science from Trinidad. Hi @Teressamelca! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? My name is Teressa Alexander and I’m a Trinidadian graduate student pursuing a PhD in Plant Science at the University of the West Indies, Trinidad. IContinue reading “Women in STEM: Teressa”

Chemistry of rain

Close your eyes… remember when you were young and outside was raining… remember the scent of rain on dry soil… that particular scent has a name: petrichor. The term “petrichor” was first used in 1964 by scientists Isabel Bear and Dick Thomas and it derives from the Greek words “petra” (rock) and “ichor” (the fluidContinue reading “Chemistry of rain”

Women in STEM: Kally

My 37th guest is Kally, a first year medical school with a degree in Spanish language and a passion for science, hiking, art and kickboxing. Hi @futuredrkal_! First of all would you like to tell us something about you? Hello! My name is Kally, I am a first year medical student at Midwestern University CCOM.Continue reading “Women in STEM: Kally”