Dr. Sepideh Razavi is an assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of Oklahoma. After obtaining her master’s degree from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, she decided to move to the United States to pursue a doctorate degree. She received her Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the City College of New York […]
Dr. Katie Wilson is a research scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies at NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory. After first visiting the United States in 2010 to complete an exchange program at the University of Oklahoma, Katie decided to leave her home country of England and return to the University of Oklahoma […]
Lindsay Ross has a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma, with minors in math and environmental sustainability. She attended graduate school at the University of New Mexico and received a Master of Science degree in Earth and Planetary Science with a focus on Paleoclimatology. She works as a hydrometeorologist at […]
We’re starting season two with a profile on Dr. Jennifer Chain as she celebrates her 20th anniversary as a scientist this week. Dr. Jennifer Chain is an experimental immunologist with 20 years of scientific and research experience in academia, biotechnology, consulting, and non-profit.
Hello, Adventurers and Friends! I’m Dennis Spielman, the producer of Yes! Science! as well as Uncovering Oklahoma and Quarter Minutes. Today I am excited to publicly announce I am aligning all of my shows under a new organization, The Show Starts Now Studios. The Show Starts Now Studios (TSSN Studios) is a collective dedicated to […]
Hello, everyone! Series producer here to say Yes! Science! is taking a mid-season break. With the holidays and the end of the year, I’ve had a few people that I’ve reached out for interviews asked if they can do them next year as their schedules are busy. I will be using the break to work […]
In this Yes! Science! profile, Dr. Katrina Menard gives a talk about her work at the Sam Noble Museum where she also gives a behind the scenes look of the museum’s collection of invertebrates.