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Under the Microscope

Under the Microscope

By Real Scientists Nano

In each episode of Under The Microscope we sit down with a materials or nano scientist to discuss their work and life in science. In the first episode we get an overview of their work & their plans for the curation of our twitter account. In the second interview we talk about their current and past research, the bigger picture of materials sciences & their hopes for the future of STEM. Under The Microscope is part of The Science Talk’s Real Scientists Nano project. Each guest spends a week curating our twitter account @RealSci_Nano. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano.
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Counting Argon bubbles | ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti | 170 Under the Microscope snippet
Counting Argon bubbles | ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti | 170 Under the Microscope snippet
In this long episode Pranoti sits down with Rebecca Cummings who is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow. They take a deeper dive into Rebecca's research journey and how her PhD experience was impacted by the pandemic. You can now join our mailing list to get a regular dose of science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22 SAVE THE DATE: the 6th edition of the 2023 NANOscientific Forum Europe– the platform for nanoscience and SPM research - will take place on 13 - 15 September 2023 at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (IFCO) in Barcelona, Spain! After 3 years online, this edition will be held in-person & on-site. The 2023 #NSFE will be hosted by Prof. Dr. F. Pelayo García de Arquer, the head of the Research Group CO2 Mitigation Accelerated by Photons. Link: https://event.nanoscientific.org/eu/2023
04:08
February 05, 2023
Scientist's way to pick up languages | ft. Ferry Prince | Pranoti | 136 Under the Microscope snippet
Scientist's way to pick up languages | ft. Ferry Prince | Pranoti | 136 Under the Microscope snippet
Full episode - https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/GpOvLo8i5wb In the long episode Pranoti sits down with Ferry Prins, Group Leader in the Condensed Matter Physics Center at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Ferry‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.07.2021. You can now join our mailing list to get a regular dose of science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22 SAVE THE DATE: the 6th edition of the 2023 NANOscientific Forum Europe– the platform for nanoscience and SPM research - will take place on 13 - 15 September 2023 at the Institute of Photonic Sciences (IFCO) in Barcelona, Spain! After 3 years online, this edition will be held in-person & on-site. The 2023 #NSFE will be hosted by Prof. Dr. F. Pelayo García de Arquer, the head of the Research Group CO2 Mitigation Accelerated by Photons. Link: https://event.nanoscientific.org/eu/2023
04:55
February 02, 2023
Black hole detectors | ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti | 169 Under the Microscope Snippet
Black hole detectors | ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti | 169 Under the Microscope Snippet
Full episode - https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/A55ikE1PXwb This week's real nano scientist is Rebecca Cummings. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of electron energy loss spectroscopy. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about microscopes and spectroscopy and how they can help to make gravitational wave detectors more sensitive! You can now join our mailing list to get a regular dose of science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
02:23
January 28, 2023
Ballerina to Chemistry Professor | ft. Lea Nienhaus | Pranoti | Under the Microscope Snippet
Ballerina to Chemistry Professor | ft. Lea Nienhaus | Pranoti | Under the Microscope Snippet
Full episode - https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/4tPFMii4Vwb In the long episode Pranoti sits down Lea Nienhaus, an Assistant Professor at Florida State University, USA, to take a deeper dive into Lea’s research journey. She shares her favourite science project, so follow along to learn how to turn red light yellow! You can now join our mailing list to get a regular dose of science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
02:00
January 27, 2023
[Re-release] Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski | Pranoti
[Re-release] Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski | Pranoti
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Anna Ploszajski, Materials Scientist, Writer & Storyteller, to take a deeper dive into Anna‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.01.2021.
39:07
January 24, 2023
2022 Highlights in a minute | ft. Pranoti
2022 Highlights in a minute | ft. Pranoti
A LOT happened in 2022! I hope you are enjoying this special episode. Show notes here - https://thesciencetalk.com/2022-in-a-review/ Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheScienceTalk Join The Science Talk mailing list - https://dashboard.mailerlite.com/forms/27434/58164287005263723/share The Science Talk website - https://thesciencetalk.com/
00:58
January 07, 2023
Standing to slanted building ft. Luis R. De Jesús | 189 Snippet | Pranoti
Standing to slanted building ft. Luis R. De Jesús | 189 Snippet | Pranoti
Full episode with Luis - https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/ZCdO3GNMkwb Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheScienceTalk Join The Science Talk mailing list - https://dashboard.mailerlite.com/forms/27434/58164287005263723/share The Science Talk website - https://thesciencetalk.com/
02:06
January 05, 2023
Physics of olive oil ft. Said Rodriguez | 142 Snippet | Pranoti
Physics of olive oil ft. Said Rodriguez | 142 Snippet | Pranoti
Full episode with Said - https://anchor.fm/real-scientists-nano/episodes/142--Benefits-of-Noise-ft--Said-Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh-Rodriguez--Pranoti-e1f80ea Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/TheScienceTalk Join The Science Talk mailing list - https://dashboard.mailerlite.com/forms/27434/58164287005263723/share The Science Talk website - https://thesciencetalk.com/
06:45
January 01, 2023
2022 in a Review - milestones & challenges | Pranoti
2022 in a Review - milestones & challenges | Pranoti
A LOT happened in 2022! I hope you are enjoying this special episode.  Show notes here - https://thesciencetalk.com/2022-in-a-review/
33:24
December 29, 2022
Multiverse at nanoscale? not really ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti | 196 Snippet
Multiverse at nanoscale? not really ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti | 196 Snippet
Full episode featuring Andy is a very unique as this is the first time we have a scientist working at the interface of two giant fields - nanoscience & artificial intelligence. Our guest Andy of the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) talks about his research, science career, walks, and much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
07:52
December 27, 2022
Perks of being a scientist ft. Ferry Prins | 136 Snippet | Pranoti
Perks of being a scientist ft. Ferry Prins | 136 Snippet | Pranoti
Listen to the full episode ft. Ferry where he speaks about his research, favourite experiment and learnings from the pandemic.
02:28
December 26, 2022
Jessica's favourite microscope(s) | 191 Snippet | Pranoti
Jessica's favourite microscope(s) | 191 Snippet | Pranoti
I enjoy putting my guests on the spot and ask spontaneous questions. Listen to the full episode with Jessica. You can now join our mailing list to get a regular dose of science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
00:57
December 24, 2022
Andy's favourite synchrotron ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti | 196 Snippet
Andy's favourite synchrotron ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti | 196 Snippet
Full episode featuring Andy is a very unique as this is the first time we have a scientist working at the interface of two giant fields - nanoscience & artificial intelligence. Our guest Andy of the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) talks about his research, science career, walks, and much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
01:17
December 22, 2022
196. Artifical intelligence meets nanoscience ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti
196. Artifical intelligence meets nanoscience ft. Andy Soder Anke | Pranoti
This episode is very unique as this is the first time we have a scientist working at the interface of two giant fields - nanoscience & artificial intelligence. Our guest Andy of the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) talks about his research, science career, walks, and much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
31:39
December 21, 2022
Eco friendly ceramics is the only way forward ft. Claire Dancer | 197 snippet | Pranoti
Eco friendly ceramics is the only way forward ft. Claire Dancer | 197 snippet | Pranoti
Full episode  This episode snippet is all about ceramics and changing thousands of years old ceramic making processes. Our guest Claire, who is reader (Junior Prof.) at the University of Warwick, England, talks about her research, science career, Uni Warwick's connection to India (Tata group) and much much more in the full episode! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
03:37
December 20, 2022
TATA group and Uni Warwick connection ft. Claire Dancer | 197 snippet
TATA group and Uni Warwick connection ft. Claire Dancer | 197 snippet
This episode's all about ceramics and changing thousands of years old ceramic making processes. Our guest Claire, who is reader (Junior Prof.) at the University of Warwick, England, talks about her research, science career, Uni Warwick's connection to India (Tata group) and much much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
02:58
December 18, 2022
198. Graphene Nanotunnels : Welcome Onboard ft. Ashok Keerthi | Pranoti
198. Graphene Nanotunnels : Welcome Onboard ft. Ashok Keerthi | Pranoti
This episode is about designing, fabricating and studying nanotunnels. Our guest Ashok, who is presidential fellow at the University of Manchester (England), talks about his research with the wonder material of the 21st century - graphene, digging nanotunnels and studying passage of molecules through these nano passages. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
24:19
December 12, 2022
197. Shattering 10,000 yr old ceramic recipe ft. Claire Dancer | Pranoti
197. Shattering 10,000 yr old ceramic recipe ft. Claire Dancer | Pranoti
This episode's all about ceramics and changing thousands of years old ceramic making processes. Our guest Claire, who is reader (Junior Prof.) at the University of Warwick, England, talks about her research, science career, Uni Warwick's connection to India (Tata group) and much much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
01:01:07
December 12, 2022
Journey to the Australian Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt | 188 snippet | Pranoti
Journey to the Australian Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt | 188 snippet | Pranoti
In this episode the amazing Susi takes us on her journey to the Australian Science Donut. Listen to the full episode to know more about the donut and Susi.
04:57
November 24, 2022
What happens at the Aussie Donut? | ft. Susi Seibt | 187 snippet | Pranoti
What happens at the Aussie Donut? | ft. Susi Seibt | 187 snippet | Pranoti
In this snippet Susi tells us all about scaling down a chemistry lab at the large synchrotron facility in Australia - Melbourne - ANSTO. Full episode to know more!
05:24
November 22, 2022
195. Thermodynamics doesnt care about you ft. Jose L Ocana-Pujol
195. Thermodynamics doesnt care about you ft. Jose L Ocana-Pujol
This episode's all about thermodynamics and how to create nanomaterials which can withstand extreme temperatures. Our guest Jose, who is PhD student at the ETH, Zurich, talks about his research, science career and how he caught cold by swimming in the Zurich lake. ;) Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
35:31
October 30, 2022
194. Boosting green energy, one reaction at a time ft. Rebecca Pittkowski
194. Boosting green energy, one reaction at a time ft. Rebecca Pittkowski
This episode's all about the burning topic - increasing gas bills and where the green energy is at! Our guest Rebecca, who is researcher at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, talks about her research at synchrotrons, lab hopping and what she would choose between unlimited contract and a fancy scientific instrument. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
32:34
October 03, 2022
193. Nanoscience from the birthplace of graphene ft. Julien Barrier
193. Nanoscience from the birthplace of graphene ft. Julien Barrier
This episode's all about that special one-atom-thin layer of carbon atoms - graphene! Our guest Julien Barrier, who is an EPSRC Fellow at the University of Manchester, UK, talks about his research on this material as well as his career journey from Paris to Manchester. Pranoti and Julien also chat about the importance of curiosity and long-term perspectives for scientists and science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
31:48
August 08, 2022
192. Harnessing Light at the Nanoscale ft. Sara H. Mejias
192. Harnessing Light at the Nanoscale ft. Sara H. Mejias
The week's very special real nano scientist is our own Sara H. Mejias. Sara is not only a researcher at IMDEA Nanoscience in Madrid, Spain, but also recently joined the team behind Real Scientists Nano. In this episode she talks about her interdisciplinary research spanning molecular biology and laser spectroscopy. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
22:39
July 25, 2022
191. Everyday is a Bones Day ft. Jessica Henty-Ridilla
191. Everyday is a Bones Day ft. Jessica Henty-Ridilla
This week’s real nano scientist is Jessica Henty-Ridilla, an Assistant Professor at SUNY Upstate Medical University, USA. Listen and learn about the “bones” of our cells and how a plant biologist came to study the mechanisms behind neurodegenerative diseases. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
25:07
July 11, 2022
190. To Transition or to take a Break, That's the Question ft. Luis R. De Jesús
190. To Transition or to take a Break, That's the Question ft. Luis R. De Jesús
This week’s real nano scientist is Luis R. De Jesús, an assistant professor at the University of Buffalo. He will tell us all about phase transitions and more cool facts about his research. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Luis's research including his journey from Porto Rico to New York. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
44:41
June 29, 2022
189. To Transition or to take a Break, That's the Question ft. Luis R. De Jesús
189. To Transition or to take a Break, That's the Question ft. Luis R. De Jesús
This week’s real nano scientist is Luis R. De Jesús, an assistant professor at the University of Buffalo. He will tell us all about phase transitions. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Luis's research including his journey from Porto Rico to New York. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
10:59
June 27, 2022
188. Scaling down a chemistry lab at the Aussie Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt
188. Scaling down a chemistry lab at the Aussie Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Susi Seibt, a beamline scientist at the Australian Synchrotron - ANSTO to take a deeper dive into Susi’s research journey. They talk about quantum dots, edible water bottles, gender balance in science and much more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
36:10
June 15, 2022
187. Scaling down a chemistry lab at the Aussie Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt
187. Scaling down a chemistry lab at the Aussie Science Donut ft. Susi Seibt
This week’s real nano scientist is Susi Seibt, a beamline scientist at the Australian Synchrotron - ANSTO. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of microfluids. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Susi’s research including how to put a chemistry lab on a chip and watch what happens with the help of X-rays.
10:54
June 13, 2022
186. Raising the stakes - nanoparticle playing cards ft. Alexandra Brumberg
186. Raising the stakes - nanoparticle playing cards ft. Alexandra Brumberg
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Alexandra Brumberg, a Postdoctoral  Research Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley (USA) to take a deeper dive into Alexandra’s research journey. Find out about her favourite research project so far featuring huge magnets and another cool outreach project Alexandra is involved in! Find out more at http://thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
23:06
June 08, 2022
185. Raising the stakes - nanoparticle playing cards ft. Alexandra Brumberg
185. Raising the stakes - nanoparticle playing cards ft. Alexandra Brumberg
This week’s real nano scientist is Alexandra Brumberg, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley (USA). Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Alexandra's research and her favourite nanomaterial and lots more! Find out more at http://thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
06:26
June 06, 2022
184. Nanodetectives revolutionising next generation sensors ft. Stephanie Gallant
184. Nanodetectives revolutionising next generation sensors ft. Stephanie Gallant
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Stephanie Gallant, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Montreal, Canada. They take a deeper dive into Stephanie’s research journey and talk about just how important thinking outside the box is for science. Find out more at http://thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
37:44
May 25, 2022
183. Nanodetectives revolutionising next generation sensors ft. Stephanie Gallant
183. Nanodetectives revolutionising next generation sensors ft. Stephanie Gallant
This week’s real nano scientist is Stephanie Gallant, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Montreal, Canada. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of Raman spectroscopy and sensors. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Steph’s research and learn how it can be applied to medical and environmental uses! Find out more at http://thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
09:58
May 23, 2022
182. Glowy Things & Why They Glow ft. Lea Nienhaus
182. Glowy Things & Why They Glow ft. Lea Nienhaus
In this episode Pranoti sits down Lea Nienhaus, an Assistant Professor at Florida State University, USA, to take a deeper dive into Lea’s research journey. She shares her favourite science project, so follow along to learn how to turn red light yellow! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/#curators22
18:46
May 18, 2022
181. Glowy Things & Why They Glow ft. Lea Nienhaus
181. Glowy Things & Why They Glow ft. Lea Nienhaus
This week’s real nano scientist is Lea Nienhaus, an Assistant Professor at Florida State University, USA. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of light-matter interactions. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Lea’s research, how to improve solar cells and spectroscopy in the kitchen! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
06:37
May 16, 2022
Trailer: Under The Microscope
Trailer: Under The Microscope
In each episode of Under The Microscope we sit down with a materials or nano scientist to discuss their work and life in science. In the first episode we get an overview of their work & their plans for the curation of our twitter account. In the second interview we talk about their current and past research, the bigger picture of materials sciences & their hopes for the future of STEM. Under The Microscope is part of The Science Talk’s Real Scientists Nano project. Each guest spends a week curating our twitter account @RealSci_Nano. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano.
02:06
May 07, 2022
180. Ultra Fast & Furious Spin Dynamics ft. Reza Rouzegar
180. Ultra Fast & Furious Spin Dynamics ft. Reza Rouzegar
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Reza Rouzegar, PhD student at Freie Universität Berlin, to take a deeper dive into Reza’s research journey. He shares his favourite science project involving a terahertz emitter and what it all has to do with 5G!  Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
25:50
May 04, 2022
179. Ultra Fast & Furious Spin Dynamics ft. Reza Rouzegar
179. Ultra Fast & Furious Spin Dynamics ft. Reza Rouzegar
This week’s real nano scientist is Reza Rouzegar, PhD student at Freie Universität Berlin. He will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of spintronics and terahertz spectroscopy. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Reza’s research, videos from a physics lab, and more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
05:59
May 02, 2022
178. Electrifying science ft. Kerstin Neuhaus
178. Electrifying science ft. Kerstin Neuhaus
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Kerstin Neuhaus, a group leader at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich. She shares her unusual research journey from meteors to microscopy and materials science. Listen in to learn how meteors are named and how to study battery materials with atomic force microscopy! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
27:38
April 27, 2022
177. Electrifying science ft. Kerstin Neuhaus
177. Electrifying science ft. Kerstin Neuhaus
This week’s real nano scientist is Kerstin Neuhaus, a group leader at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research, Forschungszentrum Jülich. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of atomic force microscopy. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Kerstin’s research, how to set up a graduate school, and more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
06:44
April 25, 2022
176. Lasagna à la Nano ft. Jarrett Dillenburger
176. Lasagna à la Nano ft. Jarrett Dillenburger
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Jarrett Dillenburger, a graduate researcher at the University of Pennsylvania to take a deeper dive into Jarret’s research journey. He not only shares his love for science but also for fostering the joy for experiments in children. To find out more about the program Jarrett is involved in to provide at-home experiments for children aged 7-13, check out: https://www.missionmaterialsscience.com/ Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
26:30
April 13, 2022
175. Lasagna à la Nano ft. Jarrett Dillenburger
175. Lasagna à la Nano ft. Jarrett Dillenburger
This week’s real nano scientist is Jarrett Dillenburger, a graduate researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. He will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of layered inorganic lasagna - sorry, solids. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Jarrett’s research, to learn about his favourite nano material, and what to do in Philadelphia when you’re into science and pasta. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
06:10
April 11, 2022
174. Surface chemistry reactions make nanomaterials happy ft. Sakiru Abiodun
174. Surface chemistry reactions make nanomaterials happy ft. Sakiru Abiodun
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Sakiru Abiodun, a PhD candidate at the University of South Carolina, to take a deeper dive into Sakiru's research journey. He talks about his passion for writing and how the pandemic changed his view on social media. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
18:10
March 30, 2022
173. Surface chemistry reactions make nanomaterials happy ft. Sakiru Abiodun
173. Surface chemistry reactions make nanomaterials happy ft. Sakiru Abiodun
This week's real nano scientist is Sakiru Abiodun, PhD candidate at the University of South Carolina. He will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of quantum dots. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Sakiru's research, advice for international PhD students and impressions from the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
06:46
March 28, 2022
172. Everything SAXS - Big Methods for Small Studies ft. Brian R. Pauw
172. Everything SAXS - Big Methods for Small Studies ft. Brian R. Pauw
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Brian R. Pauw, who is a researcher at BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany. They take a deeper dive into Brian’s career journey spanning four countries. He shares his passion for finding the perfect X-ray scattering data (correction) and more equity in science. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
37:21
March 16, 2022
171. Everything SAXS - Big Methods for Small Studies ft. Brian R. Pauw
171. Everything SAXS - Big Methods for Small Studies ft. Brian R. Pauw
This week’s real nano scientist is Brian R. Pauw. He will take us on a journey to the fine structure of materials at the nanoscale. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about X-ray scattering, a virtual tour to the lab (and Berlin!) and more! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
05:25
March 14, 2022
170. Argon Through the Looking Glass ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti
170. Argon Through the Looking Glass ft. Becky Cummings | Pranoti
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Rebecca Cummings who is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow. They take a deeper dive into Rebecca's research journey and how her PhD experience was impacted by the pandemic. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
18:09
March 09, 2022
169. Argon Through the Looking Glass ft. Becky Cummings
169. Argon Through the Looking Glass ft. Becky Cummings
This week's real nano scientist is Rebecca Cummings. She will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of electron energy loss spectroscopy. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about microscopes and spectroscopy and how they can help to make gravitational wave detectors more sensitive! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
04:53
March 07, 2022
168. Breaking Barriers using Smart Materials ft. Yonatan Calahorra
168. Breaking Barriers using Smart Materials ft. Yonatan Calahorra
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Yonatan Calahorra, Assistant Professor at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, to take a deeper dive into Yonatan’s research journey. He shares his favourite science project involving an eight-faceted surprise! Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
36:37
March 02, 2022
167. Breaking Barriers using Smart Materials ft. Yonatan Calahorra
167. Breaking Barriers using Smart Materials ft. Yonatan Calahorra
This week's real nano scientist is Yonatan Calahorra, Assistant Professor at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. He will take us on a journey through the fascinating world of smart materials. Follow along @RealSci_Nano for tweets about Yonatan's research, career journey and more. Find out more at thesciencetalk.com/real-scientists-nano/curators/
05:36
February 28, 2022
166. Filming Electronic Movies in Emergent Phases ft. Chris W. Nicholson
166. Filming Electronic Movies in Emergent Phases ft. Chris W. Nicholson
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Chris W. Nicholson, Group Leader at the Fritz-Haber-Institut of the Max Planck Society, to take a deeper dive into Chris' research journey. This episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.02.2022. Find out more about Chris here!
29:58
February 09, 2022
165. Filming Electronic Movies in Emergent Phases ft. Chris W. Nicholson
165. Filming Electronic Movies in Emergent Phases ft. Chris W. Nicholson
This episode’s guest is Chris W. Nicholson, Group Leader at the Fritz-Haber-Institut of the Max Planck Society. This episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 07.02.2022. Find out more about Chris here! 
07:45
February 07, 2022
164. A Nanomaterials Patchwork ft. Andrea Armani
164. A Nanomaterials Patchwork ft. Andrea Armani
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Andrea Armani, work title at Institute at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Andrea‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 15.12.2021.
42:32
December 15, 2021
163. A Nanomaterials Patchwork ft. Andrea Armani
163. A Nanomaterials Patchwork ft. Andrea Armani
This episode’s guest is Andrea Armani, who was a Professor of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science at the University of Southern California at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.12.2021.
05:40
December 13, 2021
162. Revolutionising Optics with New Materials ft. Hongyan (May) Mei
162. Revolutionising Optics with New Materials ft. Hongyan (May) Mei
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Hongyan Mei, Ph.D. student and Research Assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Mei‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.11.2021.
17:20
November 24, 2021
161. Revolutionising Optics with New Materials ft. Hongyan (May) Mei
161. Revolutionising Optics with New Materials ft. Hongyan (May) Mei
This episode’s guest is Hongyan Mei, who was a Ph.D. student and Research Assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Madison at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.11.2021.
06:04
November 22, 2021
160. Dancing Atoms and the Stories They Tell ft. Burak Guzelturk
160. Dancing Atoms and the Stories They Tell ft. Burak Guzelturk
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Burak Guzelturk, Assistant Physicist at Argonne National Laboratory at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Burak‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.11.2021.
35:33
November 17, 2021
159. Dancing Atoms and the Stories They Tell ft. Burak Guzelturk
159. Dancing Atoms and the Stories They Tell ft. Burak Guzelturk
This episode’s guest is Burak Guzelturk, who was an Assistant Physicist at Argonne National Laboratory the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 15.11.2021.
06:46
November 15, 2021
158. Nature Inspired Additive Manufacturing ft. Hortense Le Ferrand
158. Nature Inspired Additive Manufacturing ft. Hortense Le Ferrand
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Hortense Le Ferrand, Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Hortense‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.11.2021.
24:58
November 10, 2021
157. Nature Inspired Additive Manufacturing ft. Hortense Le Ferrand
157. Nature Inspired Additive Manufacturing ft. Hortense Le Ferrand
This episode’s guest is Hortense Le Ferrand, who was an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.11.2021.
04:27
November 08, 2021
156. Creating New Quantum Materials Atom by Atom ft. Tiffany Harte
156. Creating New Quantum Materials Atom by Atom ft. Tiffany Harte
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Tiffany Harte, Senior reseach associate at the University of Oxford at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Tiffany‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 03.11.2021.
35:55
November 03, 2021
155. Creating New Quantum Materials Atom by Atom ft. Tiffany Harte
155. Creating New Quantum Materials Atom by Atom ft. Tiffany Harte
This episode’s guest is Tiffany Harte, who was a Senior reseach associate at the University of Oxford at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 01.11.2021.
07:48
November 01, 2021
154. Materials Science – Hot from the Press ft. Giulia Pacchioni
154. Materials Science – Hot from the Press ft. Giulia Pacchioni
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Giulia Pacchioni, senior editor at Nature Reviews Materials at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Giulia‘s research and publishing career. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 27.10.2021.
29:17
October 27, 2021
153. Materials Science – Hot from the Press ft. Giulia Pacchioni
153. Materials Science – Hot from the Press ft. Giulia Pacchioni
This episode’s guest is Giulia Pacchioni, who was a senior editor at Nature Reviews Materials at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 25.10.2021.
07:53
October 25, 2021
152. Getting in Shape: Spinning for Nanographene ft. Niklas Friedrich
152. Getting in Shape: Spinning for Nanographene ft. Niklas Friedrich
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Niklas Friedrich, PhD Student at NanoGUNE at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Niklas' research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.10.2021.
33:11
October 20, 2021
151. Getting in Shape: Spinning for Nanographene ft. Niklas Friedrich
151. Getting in Shape: Spinning for Nanographene ft. Niklas Friedrich
This episode’s guest is Niklas Friedrich, who was a PhD Student at NanoGUNE at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 18.10.2021.
06:18
October 18, 2021
Bonus Episode: Happy 2nd Birthday to Real Scientists Nano
Bonus Episode: Happy 2nd Birthday to Real Scientists Nano
In this bonus episode, the team behind Real Scientists Nano and Under The Microscope get together to celebrate the project's 2nd birthday in October 2021.  This content was originally released as a video on our YouTube channel, which you can watch here://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaPo5DE42sk
14:04
October 01, 2021
150. Discoveries at the Interfaces ft. Ahmad R. Kirmani
150. Discoveries at the Interfaces ft. Ahmad R. Kirmani
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Ahmad R. Kirmani, Postdoctoral Researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Ahmad‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.09.2021.
22:22
September 22, 2021
149. Discoveries at the Interfaces ft. Ahmad R. Kirmani
149. Discoveries at the Interfaces ft. Ahmad R. Kirmani
This episode’s guest is Ahmad R. Kirmani, who was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.09.2021.
05:24
September 20, 2021
148. Think Magnetically – Materials Around You ft. Muhammad Nauman
148. Think Magnetically – Materials Around You ft. Muhammad Nauman
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Muhammad Nauman, Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Muhammad‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 01.09.2021.
27:31
September 01, 2021
147. Think Magnetically – Materials Around You ft. Muhammad Nauman
147. Think Magnetically – Materials Around You ft. Muhammad Nauman
This episode’s guest is Muhammad Nauman, who was a Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Science and Technology in Austria at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 30.08.2021.
04:44
August 30, 2021
146. Magic of plasma and thin films ft. Karyn Jarvis
146. Magic of plasma and thin films ft. Karyn Jarvis
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Karyn Jarvis, Senior Research Engineer at Swinburne University of Technology at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Karyn‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 25.08.2021.
25:55
August 25, 2021
145. Magic of plasma and thin films ft. Karyn Jarvis
145. Magic of plasma and thin films ft. Karyn Jarvis
This episode’s guest is Karyn Jarvis, who was a Senior Research Engineer at Swinburne University of Technology at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.08.2021.
05:03
August 22, 2021
144. Punching Materials Until They Get Angry ft. Yolanda Manzanares
144. Punching Materials Until They Get Angry ft. Yolanda Manzanares
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Yolanda Manzanares, PhD student at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Yolanda‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 18.08.2021.
16:14
August 18, 2021
143. Punching Materials Until They Get Angry ft. Yolanda Manzanares
143. Punching Materials Until They Get Angry ft. Yolanda Manzanares
This episode’s guest is Yolanda Manzanares, who was a PhD student at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.08.2021.
04:53
August 16, 2021
142. Benefits of Noise ft. Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez | Pranoti
142. Benefits of Noise ft. Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez | Pranoti
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez, Scientific Group Leader at AMOLF at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Said‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 11.08.2021.
34:53
August 11, 2021
141. Benefits of Noise ft. Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez
141. Benefits of Noise ft. Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez
This episode’s guest is Said Rahimzadeh-Kalaleh Rodriguez, who was a Scientific Group Leader at AMOLF at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.08.2021.
09:58
August 09, 2021
140. Electron Dances in Atomically Thin Crystals ft. Servet Ozdemir
140. Electron Dances in Atomically Thin Crystals ft. Servet Ozdemir
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Servet Ozdemir, Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences at Heriot-Watt University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Servet‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.07.2021.
22:46
July 28, 2021
139. Electron Dances in Atomically Thin Crystals ft. Servet Ozdemir
139. Electron Dances in Atomically Thin Crystals ft. Servet Ozdemir
This episode’s guest is Servet Ozdemir, who was a Post Doctoral Research Associate in the Institute of Photonics and Quantum Sciences at Heriot-Watt University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.07.2021.
08:15
July 26, 2021
138. If you Want to Write a Nanonovel: Scanning Probe Lithography ft. Yu Kyoung Ryu
138. If you Want to Write a Nanonovel: Scanning Probe Lithography ft. Yu Kyoung Ryu
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Yu Kyoung Ryu, Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Optoelectronics and Microtechnology Systems at the Polytechnic University of Madrid at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Ryu‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 21.07.2021.
22:37
July 21, 2021
137. If you Want to Write a Nanonovel: Scanning Probe Lithography ft. Yu Kyoung Ryu
137. If you Want to Write a Nanonovel: Scanning Probe Lithography ft. Yu Kyoung Ryu
This episode’s guest is Yu Kyoung Ryu, who was a Postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Optoelectronics and Microtechnology Systems at the Polytechnic University of Madrid at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.07.2021.
04:59
July 19, 2021
136. Nanoscale Energy Transport: The Motion Picture ft. Ferry Prins
136. Nanoscale Energy Transport: The Motion Picture ft. Ferry Prins
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Ferry Prins, Group Leader in the Condensed Matter Physics Center at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Ferry‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.07.2021.
23:14
July 14, 2021
135. Nanoscale Energy Transport: The Motion Picture ft. Ferry Prins
135. Nanoscale Energy Transport: The Motion Picture ft. Ferry Prins
This episode’s guest is Ferry Prins, who was a Group Leader in the Condensed Matter Physics Center at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.07.2021.
04:50
July 12, 2021
134. Poker phases of perovskites ft. Sofia Masi
134. Poker phases of perovskites ft. Sofia Masi
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Sofia Masi, resarcher at the Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM) Universidad Jaume I, Castellón de la Plana at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Sofia‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 07.07.2021.
23:01
July 07, 2021
133. Poker phases of perovskites ft. Sofia Masi
133. Poker phases of perovskites ft. Sofia Masi
This episode’s guest is Sofia Masi, who was a resarcher at the Institute of Advanced Materials (INAM) Universidad Jaume I, Castellón de la Plana at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.07.2021.
05:42
July 05, 2021
132. Shaking Atomic Lattices with Strong Laser Pulses ft. Sebastian F. Maehrlein
132. Shaking Atomic Lattices with Strong Laser Pulses ft. Sebastian F. Maehrlein
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Sebastian F. Maehrlein, group leader in Terahertz Structural Dynamics at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Sebastian‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 30.06.2021.
29:20
June 30, 2021
131. Shaking Atomic Lattices with Strong Laser Pulses ft. Sebastian F. Maehrlein
131. Shaking Atomic Lattices with Strong Laser Pulses ft. Sebastian F. Maehrlein
This episode’s guest is Sebastian F. Maehrlein, who was a group leader in Terahertz Structural Dynamics at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.06.2021.
05:23
June 28, 2021
130. Embracing Change – Materials for Greener Tomorrow ft. William Brant
130. Embracing Change – Materials for Greener Tomorrow ft. William Brant
In this episode Pranoti sits down with William Brant, assistant Professor at Uppsala University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into William‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 23.06.2021.
31:48
June 23, 2021
129. Embracing Change – Materials for Greener Tomorrow ft. William Brant
129. Embracing Change – Materials for Greener Tomorrow ft. William Brant
This episode’s guest is William Brant, who was an assistant Professor at Uppsala University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 21.06.2021.
04:22
June 21, 2021
128. Nano Fun with AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) ft. Pablo Ares
128. Nano Fun with AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) ft. Pablo Ares
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Pablo Ares, assistant Professor in the Condensed Matter Physics Department at the Autonomous University of Madrid at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Pablo‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.06.2021.
31:45
June 16, 2021
127. Nano Fun with AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) ft. Pablo Ares
127. Nano Fun with AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) ft. Pablo Ares
This episode’s guest is Pablo Ares, who was an assistant Professor in the Condensed Matter Physics Department at the Autonomous University of Madrid at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.06.2021.
07:57
June 14, 2021
126. Who Performs Better Under High Pressure – Humans or Perovskites? ft. Loreta A. Muscarella
126. Who Performs Better Under High Pressure – Humans or Perovskites? ft. Loreta A. Muscarella
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Loreta A. Muscarella, PhD Candidate at AMOLF at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Loreta‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.05.2021.
22:21
May 26, 2021
125. Who Performs Better Under High Pressure – Humans or Perovskites? ft. Loreta A. Muscarella
125. Who Performs Better Under High Pressure – Humans or Perovskites? ft. Loreta A. Muscarella
This episode’s guest is Loreta A. Muscarella, who was a PhD Candidate at AMOLF at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.05.2021.
06:53
May 24, 2021
124. A Secret Key to Unlock the Protein Nanocages ft. Andrew Care
124. A Secret Key to Unlock the Protein Nanocages ft. Andrew Care
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Andrew Care, group Leader & Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the University of Technology Sydney at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Andrew‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.05.2021.
27:04
May 19, 2021
123. A Secret Key to Unlock the Protein Nanocages ft. Andrew Care
123. A Secret Key to Unlock the Protein Nanocages ft. Andrew Care
This episode’s guest is Andrew Care, who was a group Leader & Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the University of Technology Sydney at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.05.2021.
06:15
May 17, 2021
122. Magnetism through the Eyes of Racing Neutrons ft. Johanna K. Jochum
122. Magnetism through the Eyes of Racing Neutrons ft. Johanna K. Jochum
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Johanna K. Jochum, who was an Instrument Scientist at the Research Neutron Source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Johanna‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.04.2021.
30:58
April 28, 2021
121. Magnetism through the Eyes of Racing Neutrons ft. Johanna K. Jochum
121. Magnetism through the Eyes of Racing Neutrons ft. Johanna K. Jochum
This episode’s guest is Johanna K. Jochum, who was an Instrument Scientist at the Research Neutron Source Heinz Maier-Leibitz at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.04.2021.
08:28
April 26, 2021
120. The Magic of Nanocrystals ft. Andrew Pun
120. The Magic of Nanocrystals ft. Andrew Pun
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Andrew Pun, postdoctoral Fellow at ETH Zurich at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Andrew's research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 21.04.2021.
17:28
April 21, 2021
119. The Magic of Nanocrystals ft. Andrew Pun
119. The Magic of Nanocrystals ft. Andrew Pun
This episode’s guest is Andrew Pun, who was a postdoctoral Fellow at ETH Zürich at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.04.2021.
04:35
April 19, 2021
118. Melting Ice with Very Expensive Lasers ft. Marjorie Ladd Parada
118. Melting Ice with Very Expensive Lasers ft. Marjorie Ladd Parada
In this episode Pranoti sits down with Marjorie Ladd Parada, researcher at Stockholm University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Marjorie‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.04.2021.
31:51
April 14, 2021
117. Melting Ice with Very Expensive Lasers ft. Marjorie Ladd Parada
117. Melting Ice with Very Expensive Lasers ft. Marjorie Ladd Parada
This episode’s guest is Marjorie Ladd Parada, who was a researcher at Stockholm University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.04.2021.
07:19
April 12, 2021
116. 2D Materials – to Twist or Not to Twist ft. El-Abed Haidar
116. 2D Materials – to Twist or Not to Twist ft. El-Abed Haidar
In this episode Pranoti sits down with El-Abed Haidar, who was a PhD student at The University of Sydney at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into El-Abed‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 31.03.2021.
18:42
March 31, 2021
115. 2D Materials – to Twist or Not to Twist ft. El-Abed Haidar
115. 2D Materials – to Twist or Not to Twist ft. El-Abed Haidar
This episode’s guest is El-Abed Haidar, who was a PhD student at The University of Sydney at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 29.03.2021.
07:11
March 29, 2021
114. Defects Make Better Devices ft. Robert Karsthof
114. Defects Make Better Devices ft. Robert Karsthof
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Robert Karsthof, who was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oslo at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Robert‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.03.2021.
23:56
March 24, 2021
113. Defects Make Better Devices ft. Robert Karsthof
113. Defects Make Better Devices ft. Robert Karsthof
This episode’s guest is Robert Karsthof, who was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oslo at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.03.2021.
07:57
March 22, 2021
112. Phase Change Materials-from DVDs to Tunable Photonics ft. Ann Katrin Michel
112. Phase Change Materials-from DVDs to Tunable Photonics ft. Ann Katrin Michel
This episode’s guest is Ann-Katrin who was a Lecturer at  ETH Zurich, Switzerland. at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.03.2021.
33:49
March 09, 2021
111. Phase Change Materials-from DVDs to Tunable Photonics ft. Ann Katrin Michel
111. Phase Change Materials-from DVDs to Tunable Photonics ft. Ann Katrin Michel
This episode’s guest is Ann-Katrin who was a Lecturer at  ETH Zurich, Switzerland. at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.03.2021.
06:21
March 07, 2021
110. The Curious Case of Melting at the Nanoscale ft. Laia Delgado Callico
110. The Curious Case of Melting at the Nanoscale ft. Laia Delgado Callico
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Laia Delgado Callico, PhD Student at King’s College London at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Laia‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 03.03.2021.
16:06
March 03, 2021
109. The Curious Case of Melting at the Nanoscale ft. Laia Delgado Callico
109. The Curious Case of Melting at the Nanoscale ft. Laia Delgado Callico
This episode’s guest is Laia Delgado Callico, who was a PhD Student at King’s College London at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 01.03.2021.
04:14
March 01, 2021
108. Puppeteer Playing with 2D Materials ft. Anna Piras
108. Puppeteer Playing with 2D Materials ft. Anna Piras
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Anna Piras, who was a PhD student at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Anna‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.02.2021.
27:24
February 24, 2021
107. Puppeteer Playing with 2D Materials ft. Anna Piras
107. Puppeteer Playing with 2D Materials ft. Anna Piras
This episode’s guest is Anna Piras, who was a PhD student at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.02.2021.
07:57
February 20, 2021
106. Strange World of Quantum Materials ft. Otto Mustonen
106. Strange World of Quantum Materials ft. Otto Mustonen
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Otto Mustonen, who was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Sheffield at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Otto‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.02.2021.
34:30
February 10, 2021
105. Strange World of Quantum Materials ft. Otto Mustonen
105. Strange World of Quantum Materials ft. Otto Mustonen
This episode’s guest is Otto Mustonen, who was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Sheffield at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.02.2021.
10:15
February 08, 2021
104. Building Microscopes for Fun & Health ft. Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa
104. Building Microscopes for Fun & Health ft. Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa, who was an Imaging Scientist at EMBL-EBI at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Kwasi‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 27.01.2021.
21:29
January 27, 2021
103. Building Microscopes for Fun & Health ft. Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa
103. Building Microscopes for Fun & Health ft. Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa
This episode’s guest is Kwasi Amoako Kwakwa, who was an Imaging Scientist at EMBL-EBI at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 25.01.2021.
06:24
January 25, 2021
102. Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski
102. Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Anna Ploszajski, Materials Scientist, Writer & Storyteller, to take a deeper dive into Anna‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.01.2021.
39:27
January 13, 2021
101. Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski
101. Telling Dramatic Stories in Materials Science ft. Anna Ploszajski
This episode’s guest is Anna Ploszajski, who was a Materials Scientist, Writer & Storyteller at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 11.01.2021.
05:33
January 11, 2021
100. Stretching Atomically Thin Materials ft. Andres Castellanos-Gomez
100. Stretching Atomically Thin Materials ft. Andres Castellanos-Gomez
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Andres Castellanos-Gomez, who was a Tenured Scientist with the Spanish National Research Council at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Andres' research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.12.2020.
25:56
December 16, 2020
99. Stretching Atomically Thin Materials ft. Andres Castellanos-Gomez
99. Stretching Atomically Thin Materials ft. Andres Castellanos-Gomez
This episode’s guest is Andres Castellanos-Gomez, who was a Tenured Scientist with the Spanish National Research Council at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.12.2020.
03:37
December 14, 2020
98. One Less Dart to Hit the Bullseye ft. Jarriaun Streets
98. One Less Dart to Hit the Bullseye ft. Jarriaun Streets
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Jarriaun Streets, who was a Senior Biological Scientist at the University of South Florida at the time of recording and is Co-founder of Black in Nanotechnology, to take a deeper dive into Jarriaun‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.12.2020.
34:45
December 09, 2020
97. One Less Dart to Hit the Bullseye ft. Jarriaun Streets
97. One Less Dart to Hit the Bullseye ft. Jarriaun Streets
This episode’s guest is Jarriaun Streets, who was a Senior Biological Scientist at the University of South Florida at the time of recording and is Co-founder of Black in Nanotechnology. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 07.12.2020.
06:56
December 07, 2020
96. Make Materials Modelling Great Again ft. Sherif Abbas
96. Make Materials Modelling Great Again ft. Sherif Abbas
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Sherif Abbas, who was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Sherif‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 02.12.2020.
23:14
December 02, 2020
95. Make Materials Modelling Great Again ft. Sherif Abbas
95. Make Materials Modelling Great Again ft. Sherif Abbas
This episode’s guest is Sherif Abbas, who was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 30.11.2020.
08:51
November 30, 2020
94. Electron can take you Anywhere ft. Jo Sharp
94. Electron can take you Anywhere ft. Jo Sharp
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Jo Sharp, a Research Fellow in Advanced Characterization at the University of Sheffield at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Jo‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 25.11.2020.
42:44
November 25, 2020
93. Electron can take you Anywhere ft. Jo Sharp
93. Electron can take you Anywhere ft. Jo Sharp
This episode’s guest is Jo Sharp, who was a Research Fellow in Advanced Characterization at the University of Sheffield at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 23.11.2020.
07:59
November 23, 2020
92. A Chemist's guide to the Nanoscale ft. Chris Spicer
92. A Chemist's guide to the Nanoscale ft. Chris Spicer
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Chris Spicer, who was a Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of York at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Chris' research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 18.11.2020.
39:10
November 18, 2020
91. A Chemist's guide to the Nanoscale ft. Chris Spicer
91. A Chemist's guide to the Nanoscale ft. Chris Spicer
This episode’s guest is Chris Spicer, who was a Lecturer in Chemistry at the University of York at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.11.2020.
05:45
November 16, 2020
90. Fastest Experiments in the World w/ Electrons & Lasers ft. Corenlia Hofmann
90. Fastest Experiments in the World w/ Electrons & Lasers ft. Corenlia Hofmann
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Corenlia Hofmann, who was a Post-Doctoral Research fellow at University College London’s Department of Physics and Astronomy at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Corenlia‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 11.11.2020.
37:27
November 11, 2020
89. Fastest Experiments in the World w/ Electrons & Lasers ft. Corenlia Hofmann
89. Fastest Experiments in the World w/ Electrons & Lasers ft. Corenlia Hofmann
This episode’s guest is Corenlia Hofmann, who was a Post-Doctoral Research fellow at University College London’s Department of Physics and Astronomy at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.11.2020.
06:52
November 09, 2020
88. Nanoavengers Assemble! ft. Peter Sherrell
88. Nanoavengers Assemble! ft. Peter Sherrell
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Peter Sherrell, who was a Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Peter‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.10.2020.
25:53
October 28, 2020
87. Nanoavengers Assemble! ft. Peter Sherrell
87. Nanoavengers Assemble! ft. Peter Sherrell
This episode’s guest is Peter Sherrell, who was a Research Fellow at The University of Melbourne at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.10.2020.
05:29
October 26, 2020
86. Supercool Electrons in 2D Materials ft. Antonija Grubisic-Cabo
86. Supercool Electrons in 2D Materials ft. Antonija Grubisic-Cabo
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Antonija Grubisic-Cabo, who was a Postdoc at KTH Royal Institute of Technology at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Antonija‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.10.2020.
20:56
October 14, 2020
85. Supercool Electrons in 2D Materials ft. Antonija Grubisic-Cabo
85. Supercool Electrons in 2D Materials ft. Antonija Grubisic-Cabo
This episode’s guest is Antonija Grubisic-Cabo, who was a Postdoc at KTH Royal Institute of Technology at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.10.2020.
07:27
October 12, 2020
84. Sensing & Killing Bugs - the Nature-inspired Way ft. Rajesh Ramanathan
84. Sensing & Killing Bugs - the Nature-inspired Way ft. Rajesh Ramanathan
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Rajesh Ramanathan, who was a Senior Research Fellow at RMIT University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Rajesh‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 30.09.2020
22:50
September 30, 2020
83. Sensing & Killing Bugs - the Nature-inspired Way ft. Rajesh Ramanathan
83. Sensing & Killing Bugs - the Nature-inspired Way ft. Rajesh Ramanathan
This episode’s guest is Rajesh Ramanathan, who was a Senior Research Fellow at RMIT University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.09.2020.
06:38
September 28, 2020
82. Shine Bright like a Nanodiamond ft. Emma Wilson
82. Shine Bright like a Nanodiamond ft. Emma Wilson
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Emma Wilson, who was a PhD Researcher at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics in the School of Science at RMIT University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Emma‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 23.09.2020. 
01:02:22
September 22, 2020
81. Shine Bright like a Nanodiamond ft. Emma Wilson
81. Shine Bright like a Nanodiamond ft. Emma Wilson
This episode’s guest is Emma Wilson, who was a PhD Researcher at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics in the School of Science at RMIT University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 21.09.2020.
08:39
September 21, 2020
80. Kidney-inspired Nano Brushes for Water Purification ft. Halan Mohamed
80. Kidney-inspired Nano Brushes for Water Purification ft. Halan Mohamed
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Halan Mohamed, who was a Ph.D. Candidate at University College London at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Halan‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.09.2020.
19:25
September 16, 2020
79. Kidney-inspired Nano Brushes for Water Purification ft. Halan Mohamed
79. Kidney-inspired Nano Brushes for Water Purification ft. Halan Mohamed
This episode’s guest is Halan Mohamed, who was a Ph.D. Candidate at University College London at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.09.2020.
05:15
September 14, 2020
78. Uber at Nanoscale to Treat Cancer ft. Olivia Geneus
78. Uber at Nanoscale to Treat Cancer ft. Olivia Geneus
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Olivia Geneus, who was a Ph.D. Candidate at the University at Buffalo at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Olivia‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.09.2020.
20:05
September 09, 2020
77. Uber at Nanoscale to Treat Cancer ft. Olivia Geneus
77. Uber at Nanoscale to Treat Cancer ft. Olivia Geneus
This episode’s guest is Olivia Geneus, who was a Ph.D. Candidate at the University at Buffalo at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 07.09.2020.
04:34
September 07, 2020
76. Nanobits in Water ft. Georgina Zimbitas
76. Nanobits in Water ft. Georgina Zimbitas
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Georgina Zimbitas, who was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Strathclyde at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Georgina‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.08.2020.
28:38
August 26, 2020
75. Nanobits in Water ft. Georgina Zimbitas
75. Nanobits in Water ft. Georgina Zimbitas
This episode’s guest is Georgina Zimbitas, who was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Strathclyde at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.08.2020.
04:41
August 24, 2020
74. The Brilliance of Smart Materials ft. Eleonora D'Elia
74. The Brilliance of Smart Materials ft. Eleonora D'Elia
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Eleonora D'Elia, who was a Teaching Fellow at Imperial College London at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Eleonora‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.08.2020.
27:58
August 19, 2020
73. The Brilliance of Smart Materials ft. Eleonora D'Elia
73. The Brilliance of Smart Materials ft. Eleonora D'Elia
This episode’s guest is Eleonora D'Elia, who was a Teaching Fellow at Imperial College London at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.08.2020.
04:32
August 17, 2020
72. Family Tree of Carbon ft. Irene Suarez-Martinez
72. Family Tree of Carbon ft. Irene Suarez-Martinez
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Irene Suarez-Martinez, who was a Senior Lecturer at Curtin University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Irenes research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.08.2020.
20:44
August 12, 2020
71. Family Tree of Carbon ft. Irene Suarez-Martinez
71. Family Tree of Carbon ft. Irene Suarez-Martinez
This episode’s guest is Irene Suarez-Martinez, who was a Senior Lecturer at Curtin University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.08.2020.
05:43
August 10, 2020
70. Non-destructive Characterization of Nanomaterials ft. Jessica Boland
70. Non-destructive Characterization of Nanomaterials ft. Jessica Boland
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Jessica Boland, who was a Lecturer in Functional Materials and Devices at the University of Manchester at the time of recording at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Jessica‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.08.2020.
26:17
August 05, 2020
69. Non-destructive Characterization of Nanomaterials ft. Jessica Boland
69. Non-destructive Characterization of Nanomaterials ft. Jessica Boland
This episode’s guest is Jessica Boland, who was a Lecturer in Functional Materials and Devices at the University of Manchester at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 03.08.2020.
07:32
August 03, 2020
68. Nanotaxies for Fighting Cancer ft. Sean David Allen
68. Nanotaxies for Fighting Cancer ft. Sean David Allen
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Sean David Allen, Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles, to take a deeper dive into Sean‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 15.07.2020.
26:41
July 15, 2020
67. Nanotaxies for Fighting Cancer ft. Sean David Allen
67. Nanotaxies for Fighting Cancer ft. Sean David Allen
This episode’s guest is Sean David Allen, who was a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.07.2020.
05:29
July 12, 2020
66. Sending Boron Nitride Nanotubes to Space ft. Haley Harrison
66. Sending Boron Nitride Nanotubes to Space ft. Haley Harrison
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Haley Harrison, who was a Doctoral Candidate of Nanoscience at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Haley‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.07.2020.
15:39
July 08, 2020
65. Sending Boron Nitride Nanotubes to Space ft. Haley Harrison
65. Sending Boron Nitride Nanotubes to Space ft. Haley Harrison
This episode’s guest is Haley Harrison, who was a Doctoral Candidate of Nanoscience at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.07.2020.
04:32
July 05, 2020
64. Photons on a Chip ft. Benjamin Eggleton
64. Photons on a Chip ft. Benjamin Eggleton
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Benjamin Eggleton, Professor and Director of Sydney Nano at the University of Sydney at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Benjamin‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 01.07.2020.
26:50
July 01, 2020
63. Photons on a Chip ft. Benjamin Eggleton
63. Photons on a Chip ft. Benjamin Eggleton
This episode’s guest is Benjamin Eggleton, who was Professor and Director of Sydney Nano at the University of Sydney at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 28.06.2020.
06:22
June 28, 2020
62. Squishy Nanomaterials, their Interactions with Surfaces ft. Patrick Spicer
62. Squishy Nanomaterials, their Interactions with Surfaces ft. Patrick Spicer
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Patrick Spicer, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of New South Wales at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Patrick‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.06.2020.
26:58
June 17, 2020
61. Squishy Nanomaterials, their Interactions with Surfaces ft. Patrick Spicer
61. Squishy Nanomaterials, their Interactions with Surfaces ft. Patrick Spicer
This episode’s guest is Patrick Spicer, who was Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of New South Wales at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 14.06.2020.
04:37
June 14, 2020
60. Cutting Through the Hype about 3D Printing ft. Candice Majewski
60. Cutting Through the Hype about 3D Printing ft. Candice Majewski
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Candice Majewski, who was an Academic in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Sheffield at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Candice‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.06.2020.
22:03
June 10, 2020
59. Cutting Through the Hype about 3D Printing ft. Candice Majewski
59. Cutting Through the Hype about 3D Printing ft. Candice Majewski
This episode’s guest is Candice Majewski, who was an Academic in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Sheffield at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 07.06.2020.
03:50
June 07, 2020
58. Wonderful World of Smart Materials ft. Chris Bowen
58. Wonderful World of Smart Materials ft. Chris Bowen
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Chris Bowen, who was a Materials Professor at the University of Bath at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Chris' research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 27.05.2020.
22:50
May 27, 2020
57. Wonderful World of Smart Materials ft. Chris Bowen
57. Wonderful World of Smart Materials ft. Chris Bowen
This episode’s guest is Chris Bowen, who was a Materials Professor at the University of Bath at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.05.2020.
03:52
May 24, 2020
56. From Nano to the Macro ft. Upulie Divisekera
56. From Nano to the Macro ft. Upulie Divisekera
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Upulie Divisekera, who was a Researcher at the University of Auckland at the time of recording and is a Co-founder of Real Scientists, to take a deeper dive into Upulie‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.05.2020.
22:27
May 20, 2020
55. From Nano to the Macro ft. Upulie Divisekera
55. From Nano to the Macro ft. Upulie Divisekera
This episode’s guest is Upulie Divisekera, who was a Researcher at the University of Auckland at the time of recording and is a Co-founder of Real Scientists. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.05.2020.
04:20
May 17, 2020
54. Making Cells Dance - Acoustic Tissue Engineering ft. James Armstrong
54. Making Cells Dance - Acoustic Tissue Engineering ft. James Armstrong
In This episode Pranoti sits down with James Armstrong, who was a Research Fellow at Imperial College London at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into James' research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.05.2020.
15:08
May 13, 2020
53. Making Cells Dance - Acoustic Tissue Engineering ft. James Armstrong
53. Making Cells Dance - Acoustic Tissue Engineering ft. James Armstrong
This episode’s guest is James Armstrong, who was a Research Fellow at Imperial College London at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.05.2020.
06:59
May 10, 2020
52. Reading the Fine Print ft. Damien Leech
52. Reading the Fine Print ft. Damien Leech
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Damien Leech, who was a Research Associate at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Damien‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 06.05.2020.
16:43
May 06, 2020
51. Reading the Fine Print ft. Damien Leech
51. Reading the Fine Print ft. Damien Leech
This episode’s guest is Damien Leech, who was a Research Associate at the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 03.05.2020.
05:15
May 03, 2020
50. Fertilizers to Vaccines - Materials Science is Everywhere ft. Craig Bunt
50. Fertilizers to Vaccines - Materials Science is Everywhere ft. Craig Bunt
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Craig Bunt, Associate Professor at Lincoln University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Firstname‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 29.04.2020.
47:48
April 29, 2020
49. Fertilizers to Vaccines - Materials Science is Everywhere ft. Craig Bunt
49. Fertilizers to Vaccines - Materials Science is Everywhere ft. Craig Bunt
This episode’s guest is Craig Bunt, who was Associate Professor at Lincoln University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.04.2020.
05:23
April 26, 2020
48. Dancing Electrons Telling Material Stories ft. Vivian Tong
48. Dancing Electrons Telling Material Stories ft. Vivian Tong
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Vivian Tong, who was a Higher Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory in the UK at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Vivian‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.04.2020.
20:17
April 22, 2020
47. Dancing Electrons Telling Material Stories ft. Vivian Tong
47. Dancing Electrons Telling Material Stories ft. Vivian Tong
This episode’s guest is Vivian Tong, who was a Higher Research Scientist at the National Physical Laboratory in the UK at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.04.2020.
05:58
April 19, 2020
46. Nanodrug Deliveries Inspired by Nature ft. Gregor Fuhrmann
46. Nanodrug Deliveries Inspired by Nature ft. Gregor Fuhrmann
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Gregor Fuhrmann, who was Head of Junior Research Group Biogenic Nanotherapeutics (BION) at the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS) and Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Gregor‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.04.2020
18:17
April 08, 2020
45. Nanodrug Deliveries Inspired by Nature ft. Gregor Fuhrmann
45. Nanodrug Deliveries Inspired by Nature ft. Gregor Fuhrmann
This episode’s guest is Gregor Fuhrmann, who was Head of Junior Research Group Biogenic Nanotherapeutics (BION) at the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarland (HIPS) and Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.04.2020.
05:20
April 05, 2020
44. Using & Abusing Smart Polymers ft. Tom Swift
44. Using & Abusing Smart Polymers ft. Tom Swift
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Tom Swift, who was a Lecturer in polymer Chemistry at the University of Bradford at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Tom‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 25.03.2020.
25:38
March 25, 2020
43. Using & Abusing Smart Polymers ft. Tom Swift
43. Using & Abusing Smart Polymers ft. Tom Swift
This episode’s guest is Tom Swift, who was a Lecturer in polymer Chemistry at the University of Bradford at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.03.2020.
08:46
March 22, 2020
42. Surfaces Made Magical with Nanoparticles ft. Tanvir Hussain
42. Surfaces Made Magical with Nanoparticles ft. Tanvir Hussain
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Tanvir Hussain, Associate Professor in Materials Engineering & Programme Director for Aerospace Engineering at the University of Nottingham at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Tanvir‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 11.03.2020.
24:55
March 11, 2020
41. Surfaces Made Magical with Nanoparticles ft. Tanvir Hussain
41. Surfaces Made Magical with Nanoparticles ft. Tanvir Hussain
This episode’s guest is Tanvir Hussain, who was Associate Professor in Materials Engineering & Programme Director for Aerospace Engineering at the University of Nottingham at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.03.2020.
05:12
March 08, 2020
40. Frankenstein on the Nanoscale ft. Amy Gelmi
40. Frankenstein on the Nanoscale ft. Amy Gelmi
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Amy Gelmi, Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Amy‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 04.03.2020.
19:33
March 04, 2020
39. Frankenstein on the Nanoscale ft. Amy Gelmi
39. Frankenstein on the Nanoscale ft. Amy Gelmi
This episode’s guest is Amy Gelmi, who was Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 29.02.2020.
04:26
February 29, 2020
38. Visualizing Life at the Nanoscale ft. Izzy Jayasinghe
38. Visualizing Life at the Nanoscale ft. Izzy Jayasinghe
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Izzy Jayasinghe, who was a UKRI Future Leader Fellow & Lecturer at the University of Leeds at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Izzy‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.02.2020.
16:33
February 19, 2020
37. Visualizing Life at the Nanoscale ft. Izzy Jayasinghe
37. Visualizing Life at the Nanoscale ft. Izzy Jayasinghe
This episode’s guest is Izzy Jayasinghe, who was a UKRI Future Leader Fellow & Lecturer at the University of Leeds at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.02.2020.
05:29
February 16, 2020
36. From Shampoo to LCD - a Theoretical Approach ft. Charlie Wand
36. From Shampoo to LCD - a Theoretical Approach ft. Charlie Wand
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Charlie Wand, Postdoctoral Researcher at The University of Manchester at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Charlie‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.02.2020.
14:16
February 12, 2020
35. From Shampoo to LCD - a Theoretical Approach ft. Charlie Wand
35. From Shampoo to LCD - a Theoretical Approach ft. Charlie Wand
This episode’s guest is Charlie Wand, who was a Postdoctoral Researcher at The University of Manchester at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.02.2020.
03:12
February 09, 2020
34. Cooking at Nanoscale with Colloidal Chemistry ft. Laia Castilla i Amoros
34. Cooking at Nanoscale with Colloidal Chemistry ft. Laia Castilla i Amoros
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Laia Castilla i Amoros, Doctoral Assistant in the Lab of Nanochemistry of Energy at EPFL at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Laia‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.02.2020.
17:10
February 05, 2020
33. Cooking at Nanoscale with Colloidal Chemistry ft. Laia Castilla i Amoros
33. Cooking at Nanoscale with Colloidal Chemistry ft. Laia Castilla i Amoros
This episode’s guest is Laia Castilla i Amoros, who was a Doctoral Assistant in the Lab of Nanochemistry of Energy at EPFL at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 02.02.2020.
04:04
February 02, 2020
32. Building New Medicines ft. Kameron Kilchrist
32. Building New Medicines ft. Kameron Kilchrist
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Kameron Kilchrist, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Janssen Research & Development at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Kameron‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 29.01.2020.
25:10
January 29, 2020
31. Building New Medicines ft. Kameron Kilchrist
31. Building New Medicines ft. Kameron Kilchrist
This episode’s guest is Kameron Kilchrist, who was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Janssen Research & Development at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 26.01.2020.
04:41
January 26, 2020
30. Dancing Light at Nanoscale ft. Siva Shakti
30. Dancing Light at Nanoscale ft. Siva Shakti
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Siva Shakti, PhD candidate at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research in Thiruvananthapuram  at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Siva‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 22.01.2020.
18:17
January 22, 2020
29. Dancing Light at Nanoscale ft. Siva Shakti
29. Dancing Light at Nanoscale ft. Siva Shakti
This episode’s guest is Siva Shakti, who was a PhD candidate at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research in Thiruvananthapuram at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 19.01.2020.
07:02
January 19, 2020
28. DNA Origami: Building Synthetic Cells ft. Kerstin Göpfrich
28. DNA Origami: Building Synthetic Cells ft. Kerstin Göpfrich
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Kerstin Göpfrich, leader of the group Biophysical Enginnering of life at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Kerstin‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 15.01.2020.
18:15
January 15, 2020
27. DNA Origami: Building Synthetic Cells ft. Kerstin Göpfrich
27. DNA Origami: Building Synthetic Cells ft. Kerstin Göpfrich
This episode’s guest is Kerstin Göpfrich, who was leader of the group Biophysical Enginnering of life at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 12.01.2020.
04:19
January 12, 2020
26. Queer and Quantum Magnetism ft. Andrew Princep
26. Queer and Quantum Magnetism ft. Andrew Princep
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Andrew Princep, Keeley-Rutherford Junior Research Fellow at the Oxford University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Andrew‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.01.2020.
14:27
January 08, 2020
25. Queer and Quantum Magnetism ft. Andrew Princep
25. Queer and Quantum Magnetism ft. Andrew Princep
This episode’s guest is Andrew Princep, who was Keeley-Rutherford Junior Research Fellow at the Oxford University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 05.01.2020.
03:43
January 05, 2020
24. Tiny Magnets - What are they for? ft. Tim Dreier
24. Tiny Magnets - What are they for? ft. Tim Dreier
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Tim Dreier, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Sandia National Laboratory at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Tim‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 18.12.2019.
24:42
December 18, 2019
23. Tiny Magnets - What are they for? ft. Tim Dreier
23. Tiny Magnets - What are they for? ft. Tim Dreier
This episode’s guest is Tim Dreier, who was a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Sandia National Laboratory at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 15.12.2019.
06:34
December 15, 2019
22. Tons of Nanomaterials: Big Science and Little Details ft. Matthew Jewell
22. Tons of Nanomaterials: Big Science and Little Details ft. Matthew Jewell
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Matthew Jewell, Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Matthew‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 11.12.2019.
25:53
December 11, 2019
21. Tons of Nanomaterials: Big Science and Little Details ft. Matthew Jewell
21. Tons of Nanomaterials: Big Science and Little Details ft. Matthew Jewell
This episode’s guest is Matthew Jewell, who was Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 08.12.2019.
04:32
December 08, 2019
20. Little Lights with Big Ideas ft. Rachel Oliver
20. Little Lights with Big Ideas ft. Rachel Oliver
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Rachel Oliver, Professor of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Rachel‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 04.12.2019.
35:12
December 04, 2019
19. Little Lights with Big Ideas ft. Rachel Oliver
19. Little Lights with Big Ideas ft. Rachel Oliver
This episode’s guest is Rachel Oliver, who was Professor of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 01.12.2019.
04:31
December 01, 2019
18. Squeezing Light with Nano antenna ft. Thorsten Feichtner
18. Squeezing Light with Nano antenna ft. Thorsten Feichtner
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Thorsten Feichtner, the Managing Director of the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat at the University of Würzburg at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Thorsten's research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 27.11.2019.
20:23
November 27, 2019
17. Squeezing Light with Nano antenna ft. Thorsten Feichtner
17. Squeezing Light with Nano antenna ft. Thorsten Feichtner
This episode’s guest is Thorsten Feichtner, who was the Managing Director of the Cluster of Excellence ct.qmat at the University of Würzburg at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 24.11.2019.
04:32
November 24, 2019
16. Graphene Smoothie ft. Matthew Diasio
16. Graphene Smoothie ft. Matthew Diasio
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Matthew Diasio, who was working at the University of Virginia at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Matthew‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.11.2019.
26:06
November 20, 2019
15. Graphene Smoothie ft. Matthew Diasio
15. Graphene Smoothie ft. Matthew Diasio
This episode’s guest is Matthew Diasio, who worked at University of Virginia at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 17.11.2019.
05:33
November 17, 2019
14. Catching Light at Ten to the 9th ft. Poornima Peiris
14. Catching Light at Ten to the 9th ft. Poornima Peiris
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Poornima Peiris, Student & Researcher at Harvard University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Poornima‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.11.2019.
12:58
November 13, 2019
13. Catching Light at Ten to the 9th ft. Poornima Peiris
13. Catching Light at Ten to the 9th ft. Poornima Peiris
This episode’s guest is Poornima Peiris, who was a Student & Researcher at Harvard University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 10.11.2019.
04:48
November 10, 2019
12. Playing Snooker with Atoms ft. Clara M Barker
12. Playing Snooker with Atoms ft. Clara M Barker
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Clara M Barker, Lab manager for CfAS Materials department at Oxford University and Dean of Equality and Diversity at Linacre College at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Clara‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 06.11.2019.
20:53
November 06, 2019
11. Playing Snooker with Atoms ft. Clara M Barker
11. Playing Snooker with Atoms ft. Clara M Barker
This episode’s guest is Clara M Barker, who was the Lab manager for CfAS Materials department at Oxford University and Dean of Equality and Diversity at Linacre College at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 03.11.2019.
03:44
November 03, 2019
10. Growing Nanoparticles with Magnets ft. Steve Maguire
10. Growing Nanoparticles with Magnets ft. Steve Maguire
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Steve Maguire, host of Science Isn't Scary at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Steve‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 30.10.2019.
11:19
October 30, 2019
9. Growing Nanoparticles with Magnets ft. Steve Maguire
9. Growing Nanoparticles with Magnets ft. Steve Maguire
This episode’s guest is Steve Maguire, who was the host of Science Isn't Scary at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 27.10.2019.
03:33
October 27, 2019
8. Size Matters, in Medicine ft. Olga Shimoni
8. Size Matters, in Medicine ft. Olga Shimoni
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Olga Shimoni, associate professor at the University of Technology Sydney at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Olga‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 23.10.2019.
14:56
October 23, 2019
7. Size Matters, in Medicine ft. Olga Shimoni
7. Size Matters, in Medicine ft. Olga Shimoni
This episode’s guest is Olga Shimoni, who was an associate professor at the University of Technology Sydney at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 20.10.2019.
04:22
October 20, 2019
6. Ion Race Through the Crystals and Thin-films ft. Svenja Lohmann
6. Ion Race Through the Crystals and Thin-films ft. Svenja Lohmann
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Svenja Lohmann, researcher at Uppasala University at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Svenja‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 16.10.2019.
19:24
October 16, 2019
5. Ion Race Through the Crystals and Thin-films ft. Svenja Lohmann
5. Ion Race Through the Crystals and Thin-films ft. Svenja Lohmann
This episode’s guest is Svenja Lohmann, who was a researcher at Uppasala University at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 13.10.2019.
05:27
October 13, 2019
4. Harmonic Generation with a Nanoscale Guitar String ft. Michele Celebrano
4. Harmonic Generation with a Nanoscale Guitar String ft. Michele Celebrano
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Michele Celebrano, associate professor at the Politecnico di Milano at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Michele‘s research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 09.10.2019.
28:32
October 09, 2019
3. Harmonic Generation with a Nanoscale Guitar String ft. Michele Celebrano
3. Harmonic Generation with a Nanoscale Guitar String ft. Michele Celebrano
This episode’s guest is Michele Celebrano, who was an associate professor at the Politecnico di Milano at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 06.10.2019.
05:20
October 06, 2019
2. From Electron Transfer to Production Line ft. Drew Evans
2. From Electron Transfer to Production Line ft. Drew Evans
In This episode Pranoti sits down with Drew Evans, associate research professor at the University of South Australia at the time of recording, to take a deeper dive into Drew's research journey. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 02.10.2019.
32:01
October 02, 2019
1. From Electron Transport to Production Line ft. Drew Evans
1. From Electron Transport to Production Line ft. Drew Evans
This episode’s guest is Drew Evans, who was an associate research professor at the University of South Australia at the time of recording. This vintage episode of the Under the Microscope podcast was originally released on 29.09.2019
06:36
September 29, 2019