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MUIC’s Science Society Club Brings Back Science Podcast

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MUIC’s Science Society Club Brings Back Science Podcast

The Science Society Club of Mahidol University International College (MUIC) brought back in Term 1 of Academic Year 2022 – 2023 the most awaited and loved Science Podcast through the club’s YouTube Channel.

The club said, “We always wanted to make science easier to understand and more approachable for all. And through our podcasts we were able to break down the science behind various topics. The podcast episodes attracted a total of over 100 listeners collectively coming from many majors. We released a total of four episodes this term which were “Life, Invention and Impact of Alan Turing: The (Gay) Father of Computer Science,” “Your Brain on Caffeine,” “Dark Secret of Unsolved Crimes;” and lastly, “Mental Health Matters: Addressing Students’ Concerns.

Episode 1: “Life, Invention and Impact of Alan Turing: The (Gay) Father of Computer Science” This first episode, hosted by Suphawit Wongfu and Nawat Ngerncham, is about education, love, achievements, and research career of Alan Turing.

Episode 2: “Your Brain on Caffeine

This episode, hosted by Justin Copeland and Christopher Philips, is about caffeine, its history, and how it affects your body and brain after consuming caffeinated drinks.

Episode 3: “Dark Secret of Unsolved Crimes

This episode, hosted by Jessica Okorie and Napat Palivamich, presents the mind of murderers, a brief history of a famous serial killer, Giulia Tofana, and criminal profiling methods.

Episode 4: “Mental Health Matters: Addressing Students’ Concerns

The last podcast episode of this term was hosted by the club president, Shormeli Akter and guest speaker Khun Chatdanai Sornchai. This episode was the Q&A section of the club’s last activity for this term entitled “Mental Health Matters” in which Khun Chatdanai answered common questions of participants about mental health. Also, at the end of the podcast, available resources for students to seek help were provided.

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