My interview on Peer Review Radio!

Those who follow me on Twitter have already heard this, but for those who haven’t: I was interviewed by Adrian Ebsary for an episode of Peer Review Radio that was broadcast on Tuesday!

The episode is titled, “Go sing it on the mountain — communicating science online”, and I pontificate in it on the history of science, open science, and of course online science communication.  I’m in great company, as the other interviewees are Bora Zivkovic, Chris Gunter, and Marie-Claire Shanahan.

Give it a listen if you have a chance, and let me know what you think!  To be honest, I haven’t listened to the finished episode myself yet — I’m afraid to find out what I sound like!  (I’ll be listening over the next couple of days.)

It was my first official radio interview, and it was a lot of fun! Thanks to Adrian for inviting me!

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8 Responses to My interview on Peer Review Radio!

  1. Lowell says:

    Nice interview Greg. I like your, “it’s a toss up” reply, there’s definite safety in 50/50 answers! Listening reminds me to get more active on blogging.

  2. Personal Demon says:

    Hooray! Thanks for bringing this podcast to my attention. I’ll add it to my queue. By any chance do you listen to Grok Science show? It started at Berkeley, but now it’s broadcast out of the University of Chicago.

  3. Blake Stacey says:

    Thanks for the shout-out! One day, I might even put another post on that blog of mine.

  4. Redhead2000 says:

    Good job!

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