June 25, 2022

I, Science

The science magazine of Imperial College

Pro-life protester via Maria Oswalt on Unsplash

Pro-life protester via Maria Oswalt on Unsplash

I, Science Radio-November 9th, 2020: US Elections

What a week, right? This week, we provide a not-so-impartial view on Trump’s eventual defeat in the 2020 US Presidential Election. We also talk about how Trump’s presidency affected attitudes to science in the US and compare it to changing attitudes to women’s rights both there and in the UK. Our guests this week are Ariana, an American science communication student with a background in conservation, and Natasha, a British-American women’s rights activist. As usual we are joined by Keegan for the weekly science round up.

This week’s episode was produced by Lily Hayward with presenter Polly Cohen and guests Ariana Loehr, Natasha Nelson and Keegan Schroeder.