Teens & Climate Change: Christine Germano Discusses Her Portraits of Resilience

This is the extended edition of Kris Abel’s interview with Christine Germano, Artistice Director of Portraits of Resilience which presents stories documenting the effects of climate change by youth ages 8-16 years old from the Arctic and Small Island Developing States. For more info: www.manystrongvoices.org/portraits/ The project includes a new installation at The Ontario Science...
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Preserving A Blue Whale’s Heart with Jacqui Miller

For the first time in history, the heart of a blue whale has been preserved for scientific study. Jacqui Miller, Mammalogy Technician at the Royal Ontario Museum share the journey behind the remarkable specimen. Our previous Blue Whale Special: https://soundcloud.com/whatshesaidtalk/the-blue-whale-story-with-rom-scientists-what-she-said-extended-interview?in=whatshesaidtalk/sets/tech-tuesdays-women-in-science For more info: www.rom.on.ca/en/blue-whale

Disco Is Dead Arcade Game Creators

This is the extended edition of Kris Abel’s interview with Disco Is Dead co-creators Melissa McQuarrie, Kassandra Kadar, Jennifer Johnson, Nuha Alkadi from Sheridan College. Their arcade game Disco Is Dead won Best Overall Game, Best Artistic Achievement, and Best Technical Innovation at the Level Up student showcase. For more info: thirdfloorgames.wixsite.com/discoisdead levelupshowcase.com/

#FoundBunny with Victoria Castle of Nova Scotia Museum

This is the extended edition of our eBook Cafe series on What She Said. Kris Abel talks with Victoria Castle, online marketing officer for the Museum of Nova Scotia about the two-year anniversary of her #FoundBunny viral Twitter campaign. For more info: museum.novascotia.ca/ museum.novascotia.ca/foundbunny Victoria’s eBook Pick: The Passage Trilogy by Justin Cronin www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/the-passage-4

Radio Inventor Marconi with Prof Marc Raboy

This is the extended of Kris Abel’s eBook Cafe chat with Marc Raboy, Professor of Ethics, Media, and Communication at McGill University. His book, Marconi: The Man Who Networked The World is a biography of the technology inventor at very origin of today’s wireless world. www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/marconi For more info: www.mcgill.ca/ahcs/people-contacts/faculty/raboy Prof. Raboy’s eBook Pick: The...
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Toronto Film Reference Library With Michelle Thomson Jason Cheong

In this extended edition of What She Said’s eBook Cafe, Kris Abel takes you for a special behind-the-scenes tour of the Toronto Film Reference Library with Michelle Lovegrove Thomson, Senior Manager, and Jason Cheong, Manager of Special Collections. For more info visit: www.tiff.net/library/ Michelle’s eBook Picks: Hamilton Babylon by Steven Broomer www.kobo.com/ca/en/ebook/hamilton-babylon Bright Lights, Dark...
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Biomechanics Exhibit With Prof. Mark Westneat

Here is the extended edition of Kris Abel’s interview with Professor Mark Westneat of the University of Chicago and Research Associate, Field Museum. The Biomechanics: The Machine Inside is currently on display at the Ontario Science Centre: www.ontariosciencecentre.ca For more info visit: westneatlab.uchicago.edu/page/mark-w-westneat Mark’s eBook Pick: The books of Steven Vogel www.kobo.com/ca/en/search?query…searchfield=Author