Month: July 2020

Often lost in thought, or lost in the woods. Sometimes both.

Biotechnology PhD discussion with Joe Buccina

PhD not required, but sometimes it would be nice – with Joe Buccina

People ask me all the time if a biotechnology PhD is required to be successful in the industry. Given I’m only half the conversation, I called a good friend, Joe Buccina, and we had a great conversation about careers in the biotechnology industry, and when and how a PhD benefits you. We also talked about…
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DIY Biology with Yong-Bee Lim

The beauty of DIY biology and the biotechnology community with Yong-Bee Lim

The DIY biology community is full of amazing people who are driving the entire field of biotechnology forward with pure curiosity. The group that considers themselves involved with community biology come from all walks of life and nearly every industry. DIYBio is it’s often called, is a collection of labs and curious minds that get…
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Founding DIYBio and growing a biotech business with Ellen Jorgensen

Today I get to talk to Dr. Ellen Jorgensen, who co-founded the DIYBiology movement, inspired the world through her TED talks, and is now the co-founder of a biotechnology company using microbes as tracking tags. I had the good fortune to get to chat with Ellen and share my approach to life and we bonded…
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Sara Carioscia on Titus Talks with Alexander Titus

Biotech, grad school, networking, and putting yourself out there

Introducing Titus Talks! I’m excited to officially announce Titus Talks, my new podcast about technology, careers, and life! Though out my conversations, I’m going to be talking to some amazing people about their paths through life because I want to show you there’s no “right way” to go about all of this. My first guest…
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