Frozen Frogs and Climate Change

As part of the activities of the Yale Peabody Museum’s 26th annual celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I presented a talk about “Frozen Frogs and Climate Change” live from my lab in New Haven, CT. During the talk, I performed a science demonstration to show how we go from preserved museum tissue samples to extracting DNA! This work was also featured on an article on the Yale Peabody Museum website

That’s What I Call Science! Podcast

I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Dr. Kate Johnson and featured on the podcast That’s what I call Science! I am featured on Episode 163: AUS meets USA: Yale Part 2. My interview starts at minute 12:53

Episode 178: Connecting communities with transport engineering That's what I call Science!

In this episode, Olly and Sarah talk to Young Professional Engineer of the Year for Tasmania in 2022 Samantha Chapman about transportation and connecting communities.  Sam walks us through the holistic aspects of her engineering job, how transport design involves the flow of unpredictable humans, and gives us lots of examples of how events and disruption to connections have shaped our state.Show theme music: Kevin MacLeodHost: Olly Dove (@littledove440)Co-Host: Sarah LydenProduction: Sarah LydenMedia & Promotion:  Georgia Stewart (@ggstew25)
  1. Episode 178: Connecting communities with transport engineering
  2. Episode 177: Science affecting management: fish farms
  3. Episode 176: Volcanology Rocks!
  4. Episode 175: Tasmanians in the USA
  5. Episode 174: Snow and stingy stipends

Alaska Magazine – April 2022

My collegue A. Z. Andis Arietta wrote a very fun article about our summer 2021 trip to the Alaskan Arctic for the April 2022 issue of Alaska Magazine.