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The Wild Life - The Wild Life BONUS EPISODE, 14th April 2021
Behind the 𝗦𝗖iπ—˜π—‘cπ—˜π—¦ with Patricia Yang, PostDoc at Stanford and Ig Nobel Winner

Behind the 𝗦𝗖iπ—˜π—‘cπ—˜π—¦ with Patricia Yang, PostDoc at Stanford and Ig Nobel Winner

Stay tuned for her full episode, Poo Cubed, out this Friday!

Patricia Yang is a postdoc in Civil and Environmental Engineering, where she is studying the collective behavior of birds. Before coming to Stanford, she completed doctoral and postdoctoral studies in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology on the fluid mechanics of body fluids, in particular, blood, feces, and urine. She received bachelor’s degrees in Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering (ESOE) and Physics from National Taiwan University.

Yang was the recipient of the Sigma Xi Best Thesis award and the Ig Nobel Prize in Physics. Her work has been featured on CNN, the BBCNational Public RadioNational Geographic, and The Times. In addition to conducting research, she teaches fluid mechanics at all levels, from elementary school to college.

https://www.patriciayang.net/

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