#31 Elena: Leaving academia – The way out

How can you successfully transition into industry after your PhD – with clarity & excitement? How to shape your next career step? Elena Hoffer is the co-founder of alma.me, a company that guides PhDs during their transition journey from academia to industry. Elena herself graduate from Karolinska Institute in November 2023. She conducted research in […]

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#29 Morteza: Sensors for Health Applications

How do we design next-level wearable devices? Morteza Alehosseini completed his Ph.D. at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), where he collaborated with a multidisciplinary team of researchers to design a gum-like sensor. This sensor can be applied to the skin like a patch while simultaneously collecting information about a patient’s physical health status. Department

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#28 Shan: Environmental impacts of novel battery technologies

Is the future of batteries heading towards sustainability, and how can their environmental performance be improved? Shan Zhang (张姗) is a PhD researcher at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science (SLU) focusing on the environmental impacts of novel battery technologies. Department and Group: Department of Energy and Technology Dissertation Title (as for now :D): Environmental

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#27 Meike: Turing science into art

How to effectively communicate your science through design? In this episode, Meike Latz, both a scientist, freelance science illustrator, and lecturer in science visualisation, shares her insights on the world of science visualisation with us. She discusses her passion for this creative field and offers valuable tips on enhancing the visual appeal of your scientific posters, presentation

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#26 Nazerke: Bringing precision-farming and bio-based fertilisers together

How to future-proof agriculture? Nazerke Amangeldy is a PhD student at Ghent University and studies precision-farming in combination with bio-based fertilisers. By providing farmers with accurate information about the characteristics of his or her field, farmers can optimise their fertilisation strategie. Optimal fertiliser application maximises plant growth and minimises nutrient leakages, which prevents hazardous effects

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#24 Morning Dance: Nurturing Routines for Your Well-Being

Starting your day with energy and vitality can significantly impact your optimism and resilience, especially during stressful times. Before I started wrapping my head around topics like stress management, time management, resilience, and healthy work habits, my mornings would often pass by unnoticed. I’d get up, get dressed, eat breakfast, and head out to work.

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