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Astrophiz130: Isobel Romero-Shaw ~ Black Holes, Gravitational Wave Detectors & Planetymology

15 Jul 2021, 06:18 UTC
Astrophiz130: Isobel Romero-Shaw ~ Black Holes, Gravitational Wave Detectors & Planetymology
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Listen: https://soundcloud.com/astrophiz/astrophiz130isobel-romero-shaw

Enjoy a deep look into the history and nature of black holes and the work being done to improve gravitational wave detectors with Isobel Romero-Shaw, an amazing young scientist.

Isobel is a member of both the LIGO collaboration and the OzGrav organisation, and is a PhD candidate in Astrophysics at Monash University in Melbourne Australia. You’ll also hear about Isobel’s life in lockdown as an etymologist, author, artist, runner, Spanish language enthusiast and being selected to visit Antarctica with the STEMM Women in Leadership Homeward Bound program.

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