SPONSORED BY: HELLOFRESH For $60 off your first three boxes of HelloFresh ($20 off each box), visit hellofresh.com/ndq60 and enter ndq60 at checkout. STUFF FROM THIS EPISODE The Brain Scoop Emily Graslie on Twitter Emily Graslie on Instagram Sybil and Edith on Instagram ThinkerCon Derek Hennen on Twitter Millipedes Chicago Bird Collision Monitors The Rookery in Chicago What is DNA? What is aDNA? ExploreAStory podcast about aDNA Quagga John James Audubon’s Birds of America Dismals Canyon Fluorescing Dear Millipede Barnaby Dixon on Twitter Barnaby Dixon on YouTube Barnaby Dixon on Facebook Captain Disillusion Sabrina Cruz The Office - Which Bear is Best Ten Minute Bible Hour Green Screen Cover of Which Bear is Best Ken Walker’s Panda Robert Krulwich - RadioLab Henry Reich - Minute Physics CONNECT WITH NO DUMB QUESTIONS: Support No Dumb Questions on Patreon if that sounds good to you Discuss this episode here NDQ Subreddit Our podcast YouTube channel Our website is nodumbquestions.fm No Dumb Questions Twitter Matt's Twitter Destin's Twitter SUBSCRIBE LINKS: Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Android OUR YOUTUBE CHANNELS ARE ALSO FUN: Matt's YouTube Channel (The Ten Minute Bible Hour) Destin's YouTube Channel (Smarter Every Day)
In The Moment ... November 21, 2017 Show 225 Hour 1 Forbes magazine has released its "30 under 30" lists, including a look at innovators in education. Making the list is Rapid City native Emily Graslie. She's the creator and host of Brain Scoop on YouTube. Her educational videos highlighting the research and collections work of natural history museums have been view more than 21.5 million times. She is the chief curiosity correspondent with The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
In this episode of Professional Geek Podcast, hosts Mark Beers and Blaire Knight-Graves interview Emily Graslie, the Chief Curiosity Correspondent at The Field Museum in Chicago, IL and host of the educational YouTube channel “The Brain Scoop”. As host of “The Brain Scoop”, Emilie brings an infectious enthusiasm as she shares the work that goes behind the scenes at not only The Field Museum, but other museums and science communities around the country. Emily dives into the strange circumstances that lead to her becoming a YouTube influencer, what it is like to be a woman in STEM (even though she has an art degree), how being a digital native lead to her career, and discusses her background in fan fiction, her love of Battlestar Galactica and Sailor Moon, and why she calls herself a “nature nerd”. Learn more at our website www.professionalgeekpodcast.com.