There was so much to talk about (Dr. Rubidium is a former forensic chemist, so we had a great time chatting about Annie Dookhan) that we've divided the podcast into 3 parts, with today's section being on chemophobia and science outreach.
Thanks to See Arr Oh for these timepoints, which have been lightly altered by me:
0:08 - Intro
1:29 - Y'know, we should probably define the Deficit Model
3:43 - Talking to the right people, at the right time on the right subject
6:32 - Diff'rent viewpoints: contextual understanding and #chemophobia
9:49 - CJ's falls in love with hazmat suits in National Geographic
11:25 - Are we listening enough? "In-reach" vs. Outreach
13:04 - The Carl Sagan / Neil de Grasse Tyson problem
14:05 - "And that's the name of the podcast!"
16:08 - The diversity of chemistry fields
18:08 - SAO blames Jurassic Park for being too 'cool'
20:30 - The Science Museum contradiction
23:16 - Quit viewing non-traditional careers as a consolation prize!
24:32 - Beating the Feynman drum
27:07 - Wanted: "Outreach Infrastructure"
28:15 - Time to put up the $$$
29:32 - 2 million bucks? Chicken feed for the ACS.
29:55 - Bonus outtake