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Most Recent Episode
Episode 20: Biomedical Engineering and Science Education with Stephanie Teeter
5 days ago
Our second ComSciCon Triangle interview was with Stephanie Teeter from NC State. Stephanie is a technician for two biomedical engineering labs, and she is working towards her PhD in Science Education. We discuss practical applications of biomedical engineering, like prosthetics, and the challenges with Science Education in academia. Follow Stephanie on Twitter. Read more on the lab webpages: Orthopaedic Mechanobiology Lab Translational Orthopaedic Research Lab This episode was recorded at ComSciCon Triangle, the convention for science communicators in Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. ComSciCon-Triangle is a conference organized by graduate students, for graduate students, focused on developing science communication skills. Special thanks to RTI international for hosting us! Follow ComSciCon on Twitter and check out this recently-published journal article on science communication training penned by two (former and current) committee members.