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Episode 11. Algae, Chemicals and Medicine (with Ally Hughes)

Ivan May 27, 2019


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Well, where do we even begin with this episode!

First, let’s welcome our guest Ally Hughes, a PhD student from Strathclyde Institute who is so knowledgeable, professional and straight up awesome. She kindly agreed to join us to talk on a topic of algae and their chemicals.

How do scientists get those chemicals? How do they know which one to get? What those can be used for? Do algae have bad days (Tuesdays)? Why do they behave like teenagers?

Questions were aplenty and Ally did a great job answering all of them, it was a blast to talk to her and we would love to have her back on the show in the future.

Enjoy this knowledge feast!

Links:

Ally Hughes on Twitter

Katherine Duncan Lab: Website

The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre: Twitter and

Xanthella: Website

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