In a special edition of the Maine Show Podcast, we are sharing an episode of You're the Expert from the 2017 Maine Science Festival in its entirety. You're the Expert is a show that brings comedians and scientists together to decipher the sometimes weighty and complicated work that scientists do. In this live recording, three comedians interview University of Maine Professor Dr. Kristy Townsend about "the Mysteries of Fat!"
Special thanks to Chris Duffy, Pretty Good Friends, and everyone with You're the Expert as well as our friends at the Maine Science Festival for sharing their work with us and letting us broadcast this special episode on the Maine Show Podcast!
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Mainer Frances Loring recounts a month spent recently helping refugees in Greece. She also discusses a lifetime in healthcare including work at what is now Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center and Eastern Maine Medical Center.
This is a story of compassion, hard work, and caring on the ground amidst one of the great challenges of our time.
Nathaniel Seekins, a native of Searsport, shares his story of growing up in Maine, attending school in Connecticut to learn about technical lighting for stage productions, and then ending up in Europe working on, among other things, the Harry Potter stage show. Nathaniel then ended up working on super yachts in Germany before returning to Maine with his wife and son. They now live in Bangor.