1. Science at FMNH – Being a Successful Scientist and Working Mom

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    We continue our discussion with Sabine Huhndorf by discussing the challenges to becoming a successful scientist as a working mother. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series that explores…

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    • Science at FMNH – Decomposition

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      We continue our discussion with Sabine Huhndorf by exploring the different stages of decomposition and the role of ascomycete fungi in this process. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series…

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      • Science at FMNH – Sexual and Asexual Reproduction in Fungi

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        We continue our discussion with Sabine Huhndorf by discussing how ascomycete fungi can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series that explores the behind-the-scenes…

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        • Science at FMNH - Ascomycete Fungi

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          Discover the microscopic world of ascomycete fungi as we speak with Sabine Huhndorf, Assistant Curator of Fungi and Lichens in the Botany Department at the Field Museum of Natural History. Science…

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          • Can working at The Field Museum change your life?

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            Can working at the Field Museum change your life? In this episode, we speak with Holly Lutz on how her undergraduate internship with the Division of Birds changed her career path and her life! Science…

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            • Science at FMNH – Collecting Birds for Museums

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              How are birds collected for museums? What types of information can be gathered from bird specimens? In this episode, we speak with Jason Weckstein to discover the many methods used to collect information…

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              • Science at FMNH - Biodiversity and Museum Collections

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                Science at FMNH – Biodiversity and Museum Collections We continue our discussion on emerging pathogens with Shannon Hackett to discover how museum collections can play a vital role in understanding…

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                • Science at FMNH – The Emerging Pathogen Project

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                  In this video we explore the Emerging Pathogens project, a unique research program to understand the evolution of parasites and pathogens that result in diseases such as malaria and AIDS. This project…

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                  • Science at FMNH - Threats for Early Land Plants

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                    We continue our discussion with Matt Von Konrat by discussing the environmental impacts that threaten the existence of the descendants of early land plants. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video…

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                    • Science at FMNH - Oil Bodies Inside Early Land Plants

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                      We continue our discussion with Matt Von Konrat by exploring the unique structures called oil bodies that are found inside the cells of liverworts. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series that…

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