The science of humanity:The way science is being done around COVID-19 is vastly different from anything before. In this episode of the Human First Podcast, Penny Locaso joins biologist Tiffany Vora as they discuss how cultural habits and the way of doing science has been turned on its head. Tiffany also shares how she and her family are navigating the complexity of the current situation, simple hacks to get through the next 24 hours in a full house, and how this crisis in many ways has been a gift.
This Week We Explore:
How to create space with your family at home during the day
What it looks like when scientists around the world fight a common enemy for the first time
How the scientific community is looking at solutions to this health crisis - and it's not how you might think
Why the virus has taken off in some communities and not in others
How should we look at innovation in this new reality
Have you stopped to consider who might be falling through the cracks of COVID-19? Penny Locaso joins Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Innovation Leader Abiola Ajetomobi as she shares the effect of COVID-19 on those seeking asylum.
To celebrate Mother's Day and share a story that has already inspired 8,000+ people on LinkedIn, I decided to invite my amazing Mum, Sandra Reed, onto the Human First podcast couch. Since COVID-19 hit I have been committed to sharing stories that uplift and encourage a little more joy into our days. This week is no exception.
How important is creativity and it's expression to humans? This week Penny Locaso is joined by Actor, Singer & Producer Blake Bowden. Blake shares the effect of COVID-19 on the arts industry and the unconsidered implications for a workforce that is casual in nature.