As a fellow with Brains On! a science podcast for kids from American Public Media, I produced a series of episodes focused on water to support a water monitoring project I spearheaded in conjunction with American Public Media’s Water Main initiative.
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Here are some of the episodes I helped produce. Segments I produced and/or voiced myself are indicated in parentheses.
“Killer farts of the beaded lacewing” (17:10-20:42)
“How did we discover plate tectonics?” (18:55-22:30; 25:32-28:57)
“Evolution of teeth” (15:20-22:30)
“The story of Mary Anning” (25:44-31:37)
“Nocturnal animals and the origin of mammals” (16:00-22:00)
“Why do crickets chirp?” (34:20-36:00)