Up to date with the vulnerable scientist’s podcasts and would like to listen to similar podcasts such as this? here are some of the podcasts that share the vision of humanizing scientists just like the vulnerable scientist Podcast.
People Behind the Science’s mission is to inspire current and future scientists, share the different paths to a successful career in science, educate the general population on what scientists do, and show the human side of science.
In each episode, a different scientist will guide us through their journey by sharing their successes, failures, and passions. We are excited to introduce you to these inspiring academic and industry experts from all fields of science to give you a variety of perspectives on the life and path of a scientist.
The Root of the Science Podcasts is Hosted by Anne Chisa aka Anne with an E and interviews people in STEM. The purpose of the podcasts is to highlight #AfricansInSTEM across the globe and give them the opportunity to tell their stories in their own voice (literally) about their research or projects.
We find out why they are in the STEM field (the ROOT of their science) and have in-depth conversations about the individual away from the science. Lastly, by bringing the podcasts into mainstream media, the hope is to inspire others to get into STEM as well as those who are already in the field to persevere and strive for more after hearing about the prospects available from my guests. For the”non-STEM” people this podcast is also for you. You will be afforded the opportunity to broaden your horizon and you will learn something new, guaranteed from each episode!
When we think about science, we often hear about amazing discoveries, but rarely hear about the struggles, personal accomplishments, and personalities of the scientists behind the data. On Deeper than Data with Ben Rush, we explore the personal journeys, failures, and successes of scientists through storytelling and humor. You’ll walk away with touching stories, life lessons, and feeling inspired through conversational interviews and improvised games.
Scientists share their science career stories based on honesty and authenticity. Professor Brene Brown’s research shows that vulnerability fosters good emotional and mental health. It is a sign of courage. We become more resilient and brave when we embrace who we truly are and what we are feeling.