Jun 20th: Galaxies, Work Placement Opportunities & Diversity in Science.

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Podcaster: Ralph, Paul & Jen

Title : Awesome Astronomy Podcast Extra: Galaxies, Work Placement Opportunities & Diversity in Science.

Organization: Awesome Astronomy

Link : www.awesomeastronomy.com

Description: In this podcast extra episode, released during Pride month, we return to this April’s European Week of Astronomy and Space Science where we spoke to Dr Ashley Spindler to find out more about:

  • galaxy evolution, the evolution of galaxy structures and star formation from the MaNGA project using Sloan Digital Sky Survey data
  • South East Physics Network placement opportunities for post graduate students
  • the challenges and obstacles that still exist for the LGBT community in the workplace and education efforts to make science environments more open and welcoming to all people.

Ashley can also be found at @Ashley_Nova_ on Twitter.

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