• Episode 76: Academic Writing in the Time of AI, with Prof. Lennart Nacke

    In this episode of the Struggling Scientists podcast, we dive into the world of academic writing in the era of artificial intelligence. Join hosts Suzanne and Jayron as they talk to Prof. Lennart Nacke, a pioneering figure in user experience, human-computer interaction, and game design at the University of Waterloo.


    Lennart, with an impressive portfolio of over 200 papers and 30,000 citations, shares invaluable insights on the evolution of writing practices amidst the rapid integration of AI. From enhancing research methodologies to reshaping publication strategies, this conversation sheds light on how academics can harness AI tools to elevate their writing and research outcomes.


    🎧 Tune in to explore:


    - The role of mindset in embracing AI as an assistant in academic writing.

    - Ethical considerations and best practices for utilizing AI tools.

    - The future of academic publishing with AI integration.

    - Practical advice for PhD students and early career researchers navigating AI in their work.

    Don't miss this episode full of expert dialogue, personal anecdotes, and forward-thinking perspectives on the intersection of AI and academic writing.


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    47m | Feb 19, 2024
  • Episode 75: AI in Academia: Research and Writing Tools to Reduce the Struggle

    In this episode, we peel back the layers of how artificial intelligence is transforming the academic landscape. Whether you're a seasoned researcher or just science-curious, this discussion is packed with insights on leveraging AI to streamline your work and foster innovation.


    What you'll discover in this episode:


    🤖 The Evolution of AI Tools in Academia: Beyond ChatGPT, uncover specialized AI tools that are changing the game for scientists and researchers.

    🔍 Enhancing Academic Workflow: Learn how AI can make research, note-taking, and publishing processes more efficient.

    🧠 Ethical Considerations and Responsibilities: Navigating the complex ethical landscape of using AI in academic work.

    🛠 Practical AI Tools Recommendations: Get the lowdown on the most useful AI tools you should be incorporating into your academic toolkit.

    🚀 The Future of AI in Academia: A look ahead at the exciting developments and potential of AI in transforming research and education.

    Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation that bridges the gap between AI technology and academic success. Tune in to uncover how AI can reduce the struggle in your academic endeavors and pave the way for a brighter, more efficient future in science and research.

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    • https://thestrugglingscientists.com/Researchrabbit
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    👩‍🔬👨‍🔬 Join us in Episode 75 and let's demystify the world of AI in academia together!



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    23m | Feb 5, 2024
  • Episode 74: The Science of saying No, Tackling Science FOMO with Shane Hanlon

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists Podcast, we delve into the world of Science FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) with our special guest, Shane Hanlon. As an ecologist turned science communicator, Shane brings unique insights into the challenges and excitements of a career in science. Tune in as we explore:


    - The Overwhelm of Choices: Learn how the abundance of opportunities in the scientific field can lead to a paradox of choice, and how it affects decision-making for researchers and academics.

    - Personal Journey and Lessons Learned: Shane shares his personal story, revealing the turning points and strategies that helped him navigate through his own Science FOMO.

    - Finding Harmony Between Passion and Profession: Discover how to strike the right balance between seizing opportunities and maintaining a healthy work-life balance, a vital skill for any aspiring or established scientist.


    This episode is a must-listen for anyone in the scientific community grappling with the pressures of career choices and personal fulfillment. Get ready to be inspired and gain practical advice for your own journey!


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    28m | Jan 22, 2024
  • Episode 73: Mastering Academic Knowledge Management and Note Taking With Ilya Shabanov

    Dive into the intricate world of academic knowledge management with our expert guest, Ilya Shabanov, in the latest episode of The Struggling Scientists Podcast! Join us as we unravel the secrets of efficiently organizing and synthesizing vast amounts of academic data. This episode is a must-listen for researchers, students, and academics keen on streamlining their research process. Tune in to explore:


    - The Evolution of Note-Taking:

    Discover how traditional note-taking has transformed into advanced knowledge management systems, revolutionizing academic research.


    - The AI Connection:

    Get a glimpse into the future of academic research with the integration of AI tools into knowledge management systems. How does this tech synergy open new doors in research methodologies?


    - Personal Knowledge Gardens:

    Learn from Ilya's unique approach to knowledge management, likening it to tending a garden. How can this perspective change the way you handle academic data and enhance your research outcomes?


    Don't miss this insightful journey through the maze of academic knowledge management. Subscribe and listen now for a fresh perspective on organizing your academic world!


    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/


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    47m | Jan 8, 2024
  • Episode 72: Very Merry Christmas Science

    Dive into the festive season with Episode 72 of the "Struggling Scientists" podcast, where we unwrap the science behind Christmas! 🎄🔬


    🎅 What does the real Santa look like? We delve into an intriguing study attempting to scientifically determine Father Christmas's facial features.

    🍽️ Discover how Christmas dinner with your in-laws could be influencing your gut microbiota.

    ❄️ Learn about the unique and intricate structure of snowflakes and why no two are alike.

    🫀 Uncover the concerning trend of increased heart attacks during the holiday season and the potential causes.

    🧠 Lastly, we examine how our brains respond to Christmas-themed images, revealing a neurological basis for the 'Christmas spirit'.


    This episode is a blend of light-hearted fun and genuine scientific exploration, perfect for anyone who loves science or is simply curious about the quirks of the holiday season. Don't forget to check out our website thestrugglingscientists.com for more content, and support us by grabbing some cool merch!


    Happy holidays and enjoy this blend of jolly science and holiday cheer! 🌟



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    15m | Dec 25, 2023
  • Episode 71: Life after Winning a Nobel Prize. with Prof Martin Chalfie Nobel Prize Laureate for GFP

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists, we are honored to have Nobel Laureate, Martin Chalfie, as our special guest. Join us as professor Chalfie shares his remarkable journey in science, from the initial struggles in the lab to the groundbreaking discovery that would ultimately change the field of biology.


    Since he was kind enough to talk with us for over an hour this episode will be split into two parts. In episode 70 we ask him questions about his scientific career, how he almost decided he was not cut out to be a scientist, and of course his discovery about using GFP as a marker. In episode 71 we will talk about the impact winning a Nobel prize has on your life and how he missed the announcement of his own Nobel Prize!

    Discover the story behind his pivotal work with the green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a genetic tag in cells and C. Elegans. With candid insights into the challenges he faced, the collaborative efforts that led to success, and the impact of his findings, this episode promises to inspire and captivate scientists and science enthusiasts alike.


    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    40m | Dec 18, 2023
  • Episode 70: Life Before Winning a Nobel Prize. with Prof Martin Chalfie Nobel Prize Laureate for GFP

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists, we are honored to have Nobel Laureate, Martin Chalfie, as our special guest. Join us as professor Chalfie shares his remarkable journey in science, from the initial struggles in the lab to the groundbreaking discovery that would ultimately change the field of biology.

    Since he was kind enough to talk with us for over an hour this episode will be split into two parts. In episode 70 we ask him questions about his scientific career, how he almost decided he was not cut out to be a scientist, and of course his discovery about using GFP as a marker. In episode 71 we will talk about the impact winning a Nobel prize has on your life and how he missed the announcement of his own Nobel Prize!

    Discover the story behind his pivotal work with the green fluorescent protein (GFP) as a genetic tag in cells and C. Elegans. With candid insights into the challenges he faced, the collaborative efforts that led to success, and the impact of his findings, this episode promises to inspire and captivate scientists and science enthusiasts alike.

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    59m | Dec 11, 2023
  • Episode 69: Surviving Academia with ... Coffee!

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists podcast, Suzanne and Jayron dive into the captivating world of coffee and its significance in the lives of PhD students and academics. From the complex composition of roasted coffee to the bioactive compounds it contains, they explore the science behind how coffee affects our bodies and minds. Discover the optimal timing and dosage of caffeine intake, the potential health benefits of moderate coffee consumption, and even some surprising facts about coffee's impact on DNA and bees. So grab your favorite mug and join The Struggling Scientists as they serve up an entertaining and enlightening discussion on the wonders of coffee.

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    22m | Nov 27, 2023
  • Episode 68: Leaving Academia for a non-academic career, with Ashley Ruba

    Welcome to The Struggling Scientists! In this episode, we dive into the world of non-academic careers for PhD holders. Our special guest, Ashley Ruba, shares her remarkable journey from academia to a fulfilling role as a human factors engineer in the medical device industry. We uncover the challenges academics face, the stigma around non-academic careers, and the misconceptions that often hold back PhD professionals. From networking tips to the day-to-day responsibilities in her new role, Ashley imparts invaluable advice for navigating this transition. Join us as we unravel the opportunities and intellectual fulfillment beyond the confines of academia.


    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/


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    45m | Nov 13, 2023
  • Episode 67: Tales of the PhD. Halloween Edition

    In the spirit of Halloween, The Struggling Scientists bring you their most bone-chilling episode yet: "Tales of the PhD". 


    Join hosts Suzanne and Jayron as they delve into the terrifying world of PhD horror stories. From lost data to deleted thesis drafts, and even a lab transformed into a cutthroat battleground, get ready to be spooked by the nightmarish experiences of fellow scientists. 


    Grab your pumpkin-scented candles, sit back, and prepare to be haunted by these hair-raising tales of academic fright. Listener discretion is advised. 


    This is The Struggling Scientists, where even the pursuit of knowledge can be absolutely terrifying.


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    21m | Oct 30, 2023
  • Episode 66: Nobel Prizes 2023, Celebrating Science's Finest Hour!

    On this episode of The Struggling Scientists Podcast, hosts Suzanne and Jayron dive deep into the prestigious world of the Nobel Prizes. From the emotional impact of receiving such an esteemed award to the collaborative efforts behind groundbreaking scientific discoveries, they explore the highs and lows of the Nobel Prize experience. Join them as they discuss the winners, their research topics, and other fascinating science that emerged this year. Get ready to be inspired by the stories that unfold and gain a comprehensive understanding of the Nobel Prizes of 2023. Whether you're a scientist seeking insights or simply curious about the world of groundbreaking research, this episode has everything you need to know about the Nobel Prizes.

    Tune in and join Suzanne and Jayron as they go through the Nobel Prize announcements of 2023.


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    37m | Oct 16, 2023
  • Episode 65: The Hidden Costs Of Doing A PhD

    In this 65th episode of The Struggling Scientists podcast, Suzanne and Jayron delve into the hidden costs of pursuing a PhD. They asked their audience about the drawbacks that are not immediately apparent when starting a doctoral program. The responses flooded in, covering financial concerns, strained relationships, mental health struggles, work-life balance challenges, and missed personal milestones. From the surprise of not saving for retirement to the toll on friendships and the heartache of being away from family, this episode sheds light on the often overlooked hardships faced by PhD students. Tune in to gain valuable insights and make informed decisions about pursuing a PhD.

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    25m | Oct 2, 2023
  • Episode 64: Laugh, Learn, and Ig Nobel: The Weirdest Science Awards

    Welcome to the 64th episode of The Struggling Scientists Podcast! In this exciting edition, we dive into the hilarious and thought-provoking world of the Ignoble Prizes. Prepare to be entertained as we explore the winners in categories like Chemistry and Geology, Literature, and Mechanical Engineering.

    From the bizarre science of rock-licking to the peculiar phenomenon of jamais vu, we uncover the intriguing stories behind these unconventional research topics.

    Join hosts Suzanne and Jayron as they delve into the lighter side of science and celebrate the whimsical achievements that make us laugh and think. Get ready for a dose of scientific fun on The Struggling Scientists Podcast!

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    27m | Sep 18, 2023
  • Episode 63: Demystifying the Tenure Track with Prof. Emmanuel Tsekleves

    Welcome back to another exciting episode of The Struggling Scientists! In today's episode, titled "Demystifying the Tenure Track," we have the privilege of interviewing Emmanuel Tsekleves, a professor and research director with extensive experience in academia.

    Join our hosts, Suzanne and Jayron, as they dive deep into the intricacies of the tenure track process and discover the key factors that can make or break a candidate's career in academia. From the application process to the interview stage, Prof. Tsekleves shares invaluable insights and insider knowledge, shedding light on the challenges and opportunities that await those navigating the academic world.

    So grab your headphones, sit back, and get ready to demystify the tenure track with Prof. Emmanuel Tsekleves on The Struggling Scientists Podcast!

    If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    34m | Sep 4, 2023
  • Episode 62: Academic Burnouts: When The Struggle Becomes Too Much

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists, we delve deep into the pervasive issue of burnout. Join hosts Suzanne and Jayron as they sit down with guest Cevdet Acarsoy, a psychologist and PhD student, to discuss the impact of burnout on productivity, motivation, and mental health in the academic world. Uncover the vicious circle of exhaustion, procrastination, and anxiety, and learn how to detect the early signs of burnout before it reaches a breaking point. Discover the unique challenges faced by academics and gain insights into effective strategies for preventing and managing burnout. Tune in and navigate the path towards a healthier, more sustainable work-life balance.


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    37m | Aug 21, 2023
  • Episode 61: Inhaling the Truth, Delving Into The Science Behind Air Pollution

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists, we dive deep into the world of air pollution, uncovering its lesser-known effects and surprising sources. Join us as we explore the intricate relationship between air pollution and human health, shedding light on the toxic vs. non-toxic substances that fill our atmosphere. Our special guest, David Gonzalez, a postdoctoral scholar at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, shares his expertise in atmospheric chemistry and air pollution toxicology. We'll also discuss the alarming statistics that connect air pollution to millions of premature deaths worldwide. So grab your headphones and get ready to discover the hidden truths about the air we breathe on this eye-opening journey.

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    23m | Aug 7, 2023
  • Episode 60: The Power of PhD Internships With Dr. Kristina Ulicna

    Are you a struggling PhD student looking for ways to enhance your research skills and boost your career prospects? Well, you're in luck! In this episode of "The Struggling Scientists," our hosts Suzanne and Jayron, along with special guest dr Kristina Ulicna, dive deep into the world of PhD internships. They discuss the importance of internships for PhD students, the benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone, and how internships can provide a valuable break from the intense workload of a PhD. Get ready to learn about the real-world experiences of PhD interns and discover valuable tips for finding and navigating internships. Tune in now!

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    31m | Jul 24, 2023
  • Episode 59: From Perfect to Progress, Embracing Imperfection on Your Scientific Journey with Kate Ahl

    Are you tired of constantly striving for perfection? In today's episode of "The Struggling Scientists," hosts Suzanne and Jayron tackle the topic of perfectionism and its detrimental effects on one's scientific journey.

    They are joined by an insightful guest, Kate Ahl, a renowned psychotherapist specializing in working with academics, scientists, and knowledge workers. Together, they delve into the dark side of perfectionism, from its contribution to procrastination and impostor syndrome to its impact on progress and mental well-being.

    Tune in as they uncover the hidden dangers of unexamined perfectionism within universities and knowledge industries and offer practical strategies to overcome this pervasive mindset. Get ready to embrace imperfection and unlock your true potential.

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    Keywords: perfectionism, drawbacks, procrastination, impostor syndrome, lack of progress, universities, dysfunction, bullying, consequences, compassion, mistakes, emotional response, mindfulness, internally motivated, academic work, smart people, progress, phd, scientists, academia



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    24m | Jul 10, 2023
  • Episode 58 The Final Battle: Navigating a Dutch PhD Defense

    In this episode of The Struggling Scientists Podcast, Jayron shares his experience defending his PhD in the Netherlands. Topics include preparation strategies, unexpected questions, and overcoming self-doubt.

    We hope our listeners can gain some insights that help them with their own PhDs!


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    21m | Jun 26, 2023
  • Episode 57: Bridging the Gap: Transforming Your PhD Thesis into an Engaging Magazine with dr. Liza Cornet

    In this episode, we interview Liza Cornet, an expert in making PhD theses more approachable for a broad audience. We discuss her fun and innovative magazine, which translates theses into engaging stories, and offer tips for PhD students looking to communicate their research. We also talk about the challenges of striking a balance between simplifying research and keeping its message intact. Overall, the episode provides valuable insights for anyone interested in science communication.

    If you have any questions, comments, suggestions, or papers we really need to read, you can reach out to us via our website: https://thestrugglingscientists.com/

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    37m | Jun 12, 2023
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