In Session with Bittu George

In this episode, we’re chatting with Bittu George about his career in law and municipal politics in Kingston, his extensive service to many community organizations as well as Queen’s University Council and the work he’s engaged in there.  He also shared memories of his time in student organizations including Model Parliament as a Queen’s undergrad […]

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Ep. 9

On this episode we are joined by Dr. Chris McGlory. Chris is a former rugby player from the UK who has developed a passion for research of the cellular and molecular mechanisms underpinning the adaptive response of the skeletal muscle to nutrition, exercise training, and immobilization. Today we discuss the importance of finding balance in […]

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Robert Mackowiak, MSc candidate, Biomechanics (Kinesiology & Health Studies), supervised by Dr Pat Costigan

Topic: “How does the coordination of your lower body change based on how high you jump?”. Overview:  By understanding the lower extremity coordination patterns that people use to jump to submaximal and maximal heights, my research can help further knowledge in how to train athletes to jump higher and how to help athletes recover following injury. […]

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Promising Young Woman

This week Taylor and Mike dive into another Oscar Nominated film Promising Young Woman, directed by Emerald Fennell and starring Carey Mulligan. Fan questions include some discussion around the acting in One Night In Miami and the difference from watching movies from home to review and being out at the theatre.

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Interview with Inquiry@Queen’s Prize Winner, Hailey Scott

In this segment, we sit down with Hailey Scott , a 4th year ConEd student in Drama and English,  recent Inquiry@Queen’s presenter and prize winner.  Hailey chats about her fascinating original research “Psychological Traumas in Participatory Theatre”, her inspirations behind the research and the path ahead towards graduate studies in her area

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EP 56: Shaman King

Continuing our series on Canada’s Greatest Canadians we take a look at the life of William Lyon Mackenzie King, our longest-serving and simp-iest prime minister. We explain his relationship to labour, strikers, and the Progressive Party, condemn his blatant sinophobia, and are wowed by his conversations with dead dogs. Our theme song is “Mega Guillotine […]

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Horizontal Gene Transfer: New Discoveries

Queen’s University researchers Peter Davies and Laurie Graham from the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences at Queen’s University join us in this episode.  They recently published a free open-access study in Trends in Genetics reporting a gene that crossed the “species barrier”. The study, Horizontal Gene Transfer in Vertebrates: A Fishy Tale looks specifically at new evidence […]

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