35. What rubber bands can tell us about DNA (w/ Adam Fortais)


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Adam Fortais (he/him) is a PhD candidate studying the physics of soft matter at McMaster University. Adam co-hosts the AlmaMac, a weekly radio show. Each week, hosts Adam, Shawn, and Matt talk to a researcher about their work — what inspires, excites, and makes them curious. If you’re curious about physics, biology, and everything in between, strap in for this interview!

Check out all of Adam's writing and SciComm work on his website!

If you're interested in science writing/journalism, check out the Concordia Science Journalism program, Massive Science, and The Open Notebook.


Why we do a land acknowledgement:

Land acknowledgments at Canadian universities and colleges
Land acknowledgments in Ontario A Guide to Land Acknowledgments by The Native Governance Centre
Indigenous Land Acknowledgements, Explained by Delilah Friedler (Teen Vogue)

Supporting Indigenous folks (General Resources)

An interactive map of territories, languages, and treaties (Native-Land.ca)
Beyond territorial acknowledgments
Indigenous Ally Toolkit


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