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Research Records

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Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure.

Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs a 24 hour marathon programme of lectures across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners.
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Research Records #13. Professor Tony Ryan Interviews Professor Amaka Offiah
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Our latest guest is Amaka Offiah, who is Professor of Paediatric Musculoskeletal Imaging at the University of Sheffield and an Honorary Consultant at Sheffield Childrens Hospital. Her research is in the imaging of the paediatric musculoskeletal system in general, and child abuse and skeletal dysplasias in particular. She is widely published and highly regarded in the field, being the co-author of 4 international and 2 national guidelines informing clinical practice and safeguarding of vulnerable patients. Amaka is one of only two academic paediatric radiologists in the UK – and when she was promoted to Professor black females represented 0.01% of the over 19,000 UK professors. She was born in Edinburgh, where her father was training as an orthopaedic surgeon, and initially went to school in the south of England, where she didn’t thrive. The family returned to Nigeria and finished her schooling at St Louis Secondary in Kano, where she proved to be a star student. She graduated in medicine at Ahmadu Bello University in 1990. She came back to work in London, then trained as a radiologist in Sheffield.  Following a job at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Institute of Child Health she received a PhD in 2005, returning to Sheffield in 2009 where she has been a leading researcher and role model ever since. Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Production Clint Fandango
01:38:17
May 04, 2022
Research Records #12. Professor Marie Kinsey interviews Professor Kate Morris
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Kate Morris is a qualified registered social worker, and joined the University of Sheffield in 2015. She was previously Director of the Centre for Social Work and Deputy Head of School, University of Nottingham. She began her career as an academic at the University of Birmingham. However, Kate gained substantial experience in practice, management and policy development prior to moving into social work education and through her research and her involvement in national and international social work developments has remained very closely connected to practice. Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Production Clint Fandango
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April 06, 2022
Research Records #11. Professor Tony Ryan Interviews Professor Vanessa Toulmin
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Professor Vanessa, Director of City and Cultural Engagement at the University of Sheffield. She was the founder of the National Fairground and Circus Archive at the University of Sheffield Library and holds a Chair in early film and popular entertainment in the School of English. Her research and curatorial practice focuses on Fairgrounds and the Circus, early cinema, particularly Mitchell and Kenyon, with a more recent emphasis on Blackpool, Morecambe and seaside regeneration. But as we will discover she is far more than just another researcher, providing strategic support and creative engagement to the Sheffield city region as well as the production of large scale shows in association with leading artists and companies in the world of new variety, circus and outdoor festivals. She was born en-route from Morecambe Winter Gardens Fairground to the maternity hospital and went to Our Ladies Catholic High School in Morecambe. Despite being told that aspiring to University was above her station, she came to Sheffield to study Archeology. Following her graduation, she missed out on digging in Jordan because of the start of the Gulf War in 1991. In her own words, she was a bad girl for a few years and went back to the family and the fairground. Having gone all over the world looking for history, she realise it was right there under her feet. So she returned to university, was awarded a Wingate scholarship, then a full PhD scholarship, and set up the National Fairground Archive as a postgraduate – and the rest is history. Professor Vanessa Toulmin National Fairground and Circus Archive Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Production and intro music: Clint Fandango
01:24:07
March 03, 2022
Research Records #10 Professor Tony Ryan Interviews Professor Richard Jones
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Today our guest is Professor Richard Jones, Vice-President for Regional Innovation and Civic Engagement at The University of Manchester and previously Pro Vice Chancellor for Research at The University of Sheffield. Richard was educated at Cambridge University, with a first degree and a PhD in physics. Following a postdoc at Cornell University, he was appointed as a lecturer at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge University in 1989. He is an experimental physicist, whose research centres around the properties of polymer molecules at interfaces and ultrathin polymer films.  He came to Sheffield in 1989, initially to be Professor of Physics and subsequently head of department. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2006 and in 2007 became the Senior Strategic Advisor for Nanotechnology at the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. He has won too many awards and prizes to list here but a couple that we must include are the Institute of Physics' Tabor Prize and the PPG Founders Prize.  Professor Richard Jones Soft Machines Blog Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life) Production and intro music: Clint Fandango
01:28:02
January 11, 2022
Research Records #9 Professor Marie Kinsey Interviews Professor Ruth Blakeley
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Today our guest is Ruth Blakeley, Professor of Politics and Internal Relations. Ruth is the current head of department and Vice Chair of the British International Studies Association. She’s been lead editor of the Review of International Studies and is a member of the editorial advisory board for several journals. Ruth joined Sheffield from the University of Kent in 2015 as Director of the White Rose Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership, a £20m project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council for training postgraduate and doctoral students across seven universities. She took the job, she says, because she likes a challenge and doesn’t mind herding cats. Joining the politics department was also an attraction. Ruth’s research focuses on the contested areas of international security, terrorism, political violence and the global governance of human rights. In particular she is co-director of the Rendition Project, which analyses the American CIA’s highly controversial rendition, detention and interrogation programme. The project’s website houses the world’s only comprehensive database of flights known or suspected to have been involved in the rendition of people believed by the state to have been involved in terrorism. For Ruth this raises enormous questions about state-led security programmes, links to human rights and the dynamics of power in the 21st century. She’s given evidence to government inquiries and her testimony shaped the conclusions of the UK’s intelligence and security committee that the UK had colluded in torture. Her work has informed legal action on behalf of the victims of rendition and torture. For Ruth it all began in the summer between A levels and university when her parents packed her off to Argentina to do...as she puts it...something useful. So she volunteered in a kindergarten in a shanty town on the edge of Buenos Aires and learned for the first time about the Argentine dictatorship and the fight of the mothers of the disappeared, battling to discover what had become of their children, who vanished at the hands of the military government in the late 70s and early 80s. Professor Ruth Blakeley Ruth Blakeley on Twitter Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life) Production and intro music: Clint Fandango
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December 03, 2021
Research Records #8 Professor Tony Ryan Interviews Professor Jo Gavins
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Our latest guest is Jo Gavins, a Professor of English Language and Literature at Sheffield University. Her research focuses on the relationships between language, literature, and cognition, and she teach courses in stylistics and cognitive linguistics. She has authored three books and credited on  two more. She is the Editor of the John Benjamins book series Linguistic Approaches to Literature and Director of the Text World Theory Special Collection at the University of Sheffield. She is also co-investigator on UKRI funded research into plastics. Her path to being a distinguished academic and interdisciplinary researcher was far from smooth. She was brought up in a village about 15 miles east of Leeds, in 1984 she went to a failing comprehensive in a mining community, leaving with few qualifications at 16. Then she moved to Doncaster, did A-levels in another failing school, in another mining village and did badly again. Somehow she got onto BA in English Language and Literature at University of Central England, then an MA in fiction at the University of East Anglia. This was followed by a PhD at Sheffield Hallam and short sojourn at Leeds Uni before moving to her current position in Sheffield in 2001. Professor Joanna Gavins  Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life) Production: Clint Fandango
01:24:46
November 02, 2021
Research Records #7. Professor Marie Kinsey Interviews Professor Wyn Morgan
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Our latest guest is Wyn Morgan, who until recently was a Professor of Economics at the University of Sheffield and recently the university’s Vice President for Education. His main research interests are in the economics of food and the factors behind fluctuations in food prices. Throughout his career the pursuit of teaching excellence both personally and institutionally has been a constant driver. In 2017 he was presented with an international learning and teaching award for outstanding contributions to the field.  Wyn studied economics, economic history and accountancy at Exeter, quickly realising that accountancy was not for him and switching to agricultural economics, where he found his niche. After university he worked for Midland Bank for a while, but an episode covering himself in ink when filling the cashpoint, and another setting off alarms on the counter made him rethink his options. A PhD at Nottingham followed, then landing a lecturing post in 1999, a personal chair 11 years later and moving to Sheffield in 2015. Perhaps an academic career was always on the horizon. Wyn was actually born on what used to be Clifton Campus in Nottingham where his father worked in teacher training. https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/economics/staff/academic/wyn-morgan Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life)  Production: Clint Fandango
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September 28, 2021
Research Records #6. Professor Tony Ryan OBE Interviews Professor Marie Kinsey
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Research Records is a monthly podcast hosted by Professor Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Professor Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month they are joined by esteemed guests from The University of Sheffield (and occasionally further afield) for a lively and engaging chat about their personal and professional journey alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure, all over the course of about 45 minutes. This is a podcast from Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs the annual 24 hour programme of public lectures delivered by staff from all over The University of Sheffield. If you enjoy this podcast then please consider donating a few pounds, all of which goes directly to our charity partners. Just the price of a coffee will really help us support our wonderful charities. Thank you. Inspiration For Life - https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Supporting living, giving and learning - a charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 Please donate to our Ko-Fi donation page https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife The Monkees - Daydream Believer The Specials - Ghost Town The Gap Band - Oops Upside Your Head Harry Nilsson - Got To Get Up Scritti Politti - The Word Girl Talk Talk - It's My Life
48:49
September 01, 2021
Research Records #5. Professor Marie Kinsey Interviews Catherine Annabel
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If you like this podcast - please donate to help support the charities that we work with - just the price of a coffee will make an impact. Please donate to our Ko-Fi donation page https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Today our guest is Catherine Annabel who spent the vast majority of her long career in university administration and has worked at both universities in Sheffield. But Catherine is  probably best known as the original driving force behind the Inspiration for Life charity which was established in 2012. It was set up in memory of Tim Richardson, a Reader in the department of Physics and Astronomy who died of cancer in 2013 aged just 48. Tim was much loved, an inspirational teacher and outstanding scientist. It was Tim who arranged and completed the very first 24 hour lecture marathon to raise money for Children in Need. For the next 8 years or so, academics from all over the university have followed in his footsteps, giving half hour talks in the 24 hour Inspire, the charity’s flagship fundraiser for cancer research. While the pandemic has put the 24 hour Inspire on hold, it hasn’t stop fundraising by other means. But there is much more to Catherine than a university career and Inspiration for Life. Now she’s in the final stages of her PhD in French and hoping to submit in the near future. And she spent much of her childhood in Ghana and Nigeria, only returning to the family roots in Kent as civil war looked imminent. JS Bach - The Art of Fugue  Osibisa - Akwaaba  Steely Dan - Any Major Dude Will Do   Flobots - Ann Braden Songhoy Blues - Soubour Miles Davies - Florence sur les Champs Elysees  This is a podcast from Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs the annual 24 hour programme of public lectures delivered by staff from all over The University of Sheffield. If you enjoy this podcast then please consider donating a few pounds, all of which goes directly to our charity partners. Just the price of a coffee will really help us support our wonderful charities. Thank you. Inspiration For Life - https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Supporting living, giving and learning - a charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 Please donate to our Ko-Fi donation page https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife
57:46
June 30, 2021
Research Records #4. Professor Tony Ryan OBE Interviews Professor Ed Daw
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Our latest guest is Ed Daw, a professor of particle astrophysics in Sheffield. He is the son of professional musicians and went to the local comprehensive school and the then sixth form college in Birmingham. After a Physics degree at New College Oxford he went to MIT for his PhD, looking for dark matter axions and lived in California. He then took a was a postdoc with Rainer Wiess on the search for gravitational waves went to work at the Livingston site in Louisiana. He moved to a lectureship in Sheffield to join the Dark Matter research group and a little later started to work on gravitational waves again. He is an inspirational teacher  of  Frontiers of Physics (to 1st years) Physical Computing (to 3rd years), and General Relativity (to 4th years). He was one of many authors on the discovery paper for gravitational waves in 2015, that resulted in the nobel prize in 2017 for Rainer Weiss, Kip Thorne, and Barry Barish.  He is now back looking for axions again with the UK QSHS collaboration, for which he is principal investigator. He plays the piano and cello, taking a particular interest in jazz and blues. https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/physics/people/academic/ed-daw https://www.hep.shef.ac.uk/edaw/EdawHome/Welcome.html Track 1 -- Tom Waits - Small Change Track 2--- The Young Gods - Le Fille de la Mort Track 3--- Steely Dan - Black Cow Track 4 --- Slim Harpo - Scratch My Back Track 5--- Oscar Peterson - C Jam Blues Track 6  ---  Average White Band - pick up the pieces Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life) Opening Music and Production: Clint Fandango
01:01:30
June 02, 2021
Research Records #3. Professor Marie Kinsey Interviews Professor Brendan Stone
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Our latest guest is Brendan Stone, Professor of Social Engagement and the Humanities and the University of Sheffield’s Deputy Vice-President for Education. Brendan is based in the School of English and his research interests focus on the relationship between narrative, identity and trauma; mental distress and recovery, and engaged pedagogies. This mix means his work is consistently outward facing and involved with external organisations, particularly the Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Trust where he’s a non-executive director involved in getting service users and patients to have a say in the development of policy and strategy.  Brendan’s a founding Director of the mental health charity Sheffield Flourish, a Senior Fellow of the Institute for Mental Health, a member of Medical Humanities Sheffield, a Senate Fellowship Award winner and a National Teaching Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Brendan’s route into higher education was far from conventional. He left school at 16 with few qualifications and didn’t return to education until his mid-thirties via a university  access course. Jimmy Helms - Gonna Make You an Offer you can’t refuse Sheila B Devotion - Spacer Pet Shop Boys - New York City Boy Al Green - Sha La La (Make Me Happy) Seals and Crofts - Summer Breeze Ella Eyre and Rudimental - Waiting all Night Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life)  Production: Clint Fandango
01:08:06
May 19, 2021
Research Records #2. Professor Tony Ryan OBE Interviews Professor Pam Enderby MBE, OBE
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Our latest guest is Pam Enderby, emeritus Professor of community rehabilitation and a qualified speech and language therapist. She has had a distinguished career in the University, being in turn Chair of Community Rehabilitation, Head of the Department of Human Communication Sciences, and the first ever woman to serve as Dean of the University’s Faculty of Medicine. Beyond the University she has served as Chair of the College of Speech and Language Therapists and is currently President of the International Association of Communication Sciences and Disorders. In 1984 Pam was the lead claimant in a landmark legal battle for equal pay in the NHS. It involved twenty-six court appearances and eventually it cost the government £30 million in back-pay. Pam has received many awards and honours over the years, and was made an MBE in was awarded in 1984 and OBE in 2018 for her services to speech and language therapy. Research Records is a monthly podcast hosted by Professor Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Professor Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month they are joined by esteemed guests from The University of Sheffield (and occasionally further afield) for a lively and engaging chat about their personal and professional journey alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure, all over the course of about 45 minutes. This is a podcast from Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs the annual 24 hour programme of public lectures delivered by staff from all over The University of Sheffield. If you enjoy this podcast then please consider donating a few pounds, all of which goes directly to our charity partners. Just the price of a coffee will really help us support our wonderful charities. Thank you. Inspiration For Life - https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Supporting living, giving and learning - a charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 Please donate to our Ko-Fi donation page https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Series 1 - Episode 2 Tony Ryan interviews Pam Enderby https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/scharr/people/staff/pamela-mary-enderby https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/chemistry/people/academic/anthony-j-ryan-obe
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March 29, 2021
Research Records #1. Professor Marie Kinsey Interviews Professor Tony Ryan OBE
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Research Records is a podcast hosted by Prof. Marie Kinsey (Journalism) and Prof, Tony Ryan OBE (Chemistry) from The University of Sheffield. Each month we are joined by esteemed guests for a lively and engaging chat about their own personal and professional journal alongside their own soundtrack to academic adventure. Hosted by Inspiration for Life, the charity that runs an annual 24 hour marathon programme of lectures by staff from across the University. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider donating a few pounds, which goes directly to our charity partners. Thank you. Donations https://ko-fi.com/inspirationforlife Supporting living, giving and learning - charity raising funds for cancer care and research with our unique public engagement and educational outreach. Founded by and in memory of Dr. Tim Richardson, 1964-2013 https://inspirationforlife.co.uk/ Hosts: Prof. Marie Kinsey and Prof. Tony Ryan OBE Intro: Greg Oldfield (Chair of Inspiration For Life) Opening Music and Production: Clint Fandango
53:32
March 03, 2021