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Bridging Academic landscapes. At Access 2 Perspectives, we provide novel insights into the communication and management of Research. Our goal is to equip researchers with the skills and enthusiasm they need to pursue a successful and joyful career. This podcast brings to you insights and conversations around the topics of scholarly reading, writing and publishing, career development inside and outside Academia, Research Project Management, Research Integrity, and Open Science. Learn more abo ...
 
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Following up on our previous episode with Joyce Wangari Nugi, in which we talked about Holistic wellness and mental health in research careers, this episode is about Wangari’s work for the deaf community and deafness in academia. We are joined by N’kadziri Aminah Idd, who facilitates sign language interpretation throughout our conversation (see the…
 
Danny Chan is the President of Biotech Without Borders, a non-profit community biology lab in New York City. Besides trying to defend his time to pursue independent research centered around protocol development for the DIY science community, he enjoys video games, eating new food around the city, watching movies with his partner, and playing table-…
 
Sridhar Gutam is a Senior Plant Physiologist at ICAR, the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, and also the Convenor at Open Access India. His main areas of interest are Plant Physiology, Plant Phenology and Plant Phenotyping as well as Open Access, Open Data, Free and Open Source Software. Personal profiles ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5376-1565 Per…
 
Stephanie Gauttier is an Assistant Professor at the Grenoble School of Management (GEM) doing research at the intersection of information systems, human-computer interaction, and ethics. She is the Vice-Chair of the COST Action CA 19117 Researcher Mental Health Observatory and is active in initiatives related to supporting researchers’ mental healt…
 
In today's episode, Jo talks with Abigail Dean about her personal experience from working in the conservation and environmental research field to citizen science projects to web design and social media. Abigail shares her insights about the importance of being able to communicate research and science in a digestible way to the general public that d…
 
Sarah Nyakeri is a Kenyan Scientist, Informal science communicator, hiker, and host of The Vulnerable Scientist Podcast. She is currently doing her MSc fellowship at the International Livestock Research Institute where she is looking for new vaccine candidates for Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia. Personality profiles Website: Sarah Nyanchera Nyak…
 
Lambert Heller is a librarian with many years of experience. He works at the Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology TIB, a non University research organization in Hannover, Germany. Personal profiles ORCID iD: 0000-0003-0232-7085 Website: biblionik.org/lambert-heller-2/ Twitter: @lambo Linkedin: /in/wikify/ More details at access2per…
 
Dr. Mimi Zhou is a conversion copywriter who works with coaches and service providers to unleash the full impact of their words. Clients love that she can swiftly see the missing pieces in their messaging and copy and impeccably fill them in to bring their vision to life. By nailing their messaging and copy, Mimi supports her clients in leveraging …
 
Listen to Dasapta Erwin Irawan and Jo Havemann talk about using preprint publishing to creatively conduct wider dissemination to reach scholars as well as non-scholars. You will hear about the story of establishing a preprint server in Indonesia, not only to run the infrastructure but also to cultivate freedom in the academic ecosystem. Personal pr…
 
Donny Winston is a web systems engineer who is on a mission to rid the world of narrative-centric science. He is the owner and principal of Polyneme LLC, a cofounder of FAIR Points, the host of Machine-Centric Science, and writes an email newsletter on FAIRification for research directors and data stewards. Topics we discuss in this episode: Expect…
 
Mark Hahnel is the CEO and founder of Figshare, which he created whilst completing his PhD in stem cell biology at Imperial College London. Figshare currently provides research data infrastructure for institutions, publishers and funders globally. He is passionate about open science and the potential it has to revolutionize the research community. …
 
Nithaya Chetty is Professor in Theoretical and computational physics and Dean at the Faculty of Science at Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa. In a recent commentary in University World News, Nithaya expressed his concern about the war in Ukraine and emphasized on the need for scientific diplomacy and cooperation. Website: wits.…
 
Christian stares at goats to better understand how they perceive their physical and social environment. His main research interests focus on animal cognition (in particular farm animals), applied ethology, and animal welfare. He is engaged in activities to increase the accessibility and dissemination of research via Open Science and SciComm. In our…
 
Rike Bucher is the founder of Coachissima. In your coaching for personal professionalization YourWildNature, you will discover your natural creativity and your magic language. She worked in advertising agencies for 15 years and has been a freelance coach for 17 years. Rike invented the Co-Creation-Code© and sees the real power of transformation in …
 
Nicholas Outa is a PhD student at Maseno University, Kenya. Currently, he is researching 'The Potential of Freshwater Integrated multi-trophic Aquaculture (FIMTA) in Lake Victoria' to help reduce the negative environmental impacts of Cage aquaculture in the lake. He is a Trainer in Scientific Writing and Publishing at TCC-Africa, Access 2 Perspecti…
 
Nadja Neumann tells us about her journey from molecular biologist to research advisor and podcast host. With a PhD in Molecular Biology and a strong commitment to scholarly communication and open science, Nadja is keen to find ways to bridge the gap between the research community and other stakeholders to create an open, equitable, and efficient ex…
 
Maureen Archer is President of the training and consulting firm Professional English Inc. and helps professionals (incl. researchers) improve their English skills and confidence for career advancement. With Jo, she talks about the career path that led her to her current profession, common challenges and obstacles with the English language as percei…
 
Tatyana Deryugina talks with Jo Havemann about the ongoing war in Ukraine, her outreach to Russian scholars to encourage them to oppose the war and take feasible action, as well as some of the responses she received. Tatyana's website: deryugina.com Twitter: @TDeryugina LinkedIn: tatyana-deryugina-01079911/ Blog posts that were mentioned: A view fr…
 
Jo Havemann talked with Julieta Arancio, Alex Kutschera, and André Maia Chagas about their mentorship program for Open Hardware projects. Hear their answers to questions such as: What is Open Hardware? How is Open Hardware used and applied in a research context? What other applications exist for open hardware and who is the mentoring program design…
 
Wangari talks about her experience as a professional in mental health, her work at Eider Africa, and the importance of community values for holistic well-being. Read more at access2perspectives.org/2022/02/conversation-with-wangary-joyce-ngugi/ Personal Profiles ORCID iD: 0000-0002-7093-2896 Website: wangari.africa Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/joyce-w…
 
At Access 2 Perspectives, we are a community of scholars and entrepreneurs that support each other and are working towards a positive and purposeful impact. Learn more at https://access2perspectives.org. Laure shares steps in her career including her contributions to ORCID as founding executive director that led her towards building the Mighty Red …
 
Join us for conversations around Open Science, Research Integrity, Project Management, Scholarly Reading, Writing and Publishing as well as Career Development and gain new perspectives on each of the topics covered by our team and guests. Read more on our website at access2perspectives.org/conversations. Host: Dr Jo Havemann, ORCID iD 0000-0002-615…
 
Hubris syndrome - people who believe in their own self-importance and act as though different rules apply to them. While this sounds like almost every politician, we also see it in the workplace. Amanda and Tinni discuss how hubris syndrome can affect leadership roles and raise some interesting insights around their own leadership styles. Eek!…
 
It's Mental Health Awareness Week so this week's podcast is all about resilience in the workplace. How do you nurture a resilient workforce and what can you do if you're having a tough time yourself. Amanda Moulson and Tinni Guha Roy discuss resilience from both a personal and professional perspective. If you're interested in hearing more about sel…
 
Doctora en Historia del Cine y Animación Japonesa, Laura Montero Plata es autora de 'El mundo invisible de Hayao Miyazaki' y 'Biblioteca Studio Ghibli: La Princesa Mononoke', dos obras de referencia en su campo que han conseguido conquistar al público no académico. Con ella charlamos sobre academia, investigación y divulgación, reivindicamos a Isao…
 
It will come as no surprise that Amanda and Tinni are friends outside work. What a shocker. This week they discuss how to navigate the tricky waters of friendships at work. Are they more of a hindrance than a help? Have a listen and tell us if you've been in a similar situation. We'd love to hear your experience! Tweet us at @AccessLon.…
 
It's National Apprenticeship Week, so we thought it would be a good time to chat with our very own apprentice, Nelli Szabo. Nelli talks through why she chose to do an apprenticeship, how she got into it and what she likes about it. We also speak with Amanda Moulson on the value of apprenticeships to businesses. If you're interested in an apprentice…
 
Doctor en Game Studies, licenciado en Derecho y profesor en el Tecnocampus (UPF), Antonio José Planells es uno de los referentes nacionales en estudios del juego y el videojuego. Suyo es Videojuegos y mundos de ficción, publicado en 2015 y que acaba de lanzarse en inglés como Possible Worlds in Video Games: From Classic Narrative to Meaningful Acti…
 
Nuestra tercera entrevista Open Access está dedicada a la literatura postcolonial y en particular a la escritora británica (de madre jamaicana) Zadie Smith, a quien Beatriz Pérez Zapata, protagonista de hoy, dedica su tesis doctoral. Con Beatriz hablamos de trauma, de identidad, de Europa, de la universidad actual y hasta de mascotas de escritores.…
 
Seguimos sacando académicos de la torre de marfil para que nos expliquen sus investigaciones y compartan sus opiniones sobre su campo de estudio, la universidad y la sociedad en un entorno relajado y sin prisas. En este segundo Open Access le toca el turno a Ignacio Bergillos, doctor en Comunicación y experto en participación de la audiencia y tele…
 
Open Access es un espacio de entrevistas informales y relajadas a académicos y especialistas. En este primer programa, charlamos con Montse Bonet, profesora de la UAB (y ex-coordinadora de los estudios de Comunicación Audiovisual de la misma universidad), doctora en Ciencias de la Comunicación y experta en radio y gestión del espectro radioeléctric…
 
This week we're joined by a guest, Emily Buckland, for a discussion on workplace culture and self-care. Working in a busy agency, how do you make sure you're looking after yourself as well as your clients? Emily's brother is running the London Marathon for the mental health charity, MIND. For more information or if you'd like to sponsor him --> htt…
 
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