Site Map - skip to main content - dyslexic font - mobile - text - print

Hacker Public Radio

Your ideas, projects, opinions - podcasted.

New episodes Monday through Friday.



Host Image
Host ID: 301

I am a scientist as my day job and in my free time I enjoy being with my family. I also contribute to my local hacerspace/makerspace:

my handle at gnusocial is

episodes: 4

hpr1978 :: Ultra High Vacuum: loading samples

Released on 2016-03-02 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I hope this is the correct version of my introduction to Ultra high vacuum systems and loading samples.

Please consult with a professional before using nitrogen and ultra high vacuum system.

Nitrogen is dangerous in close environments as it displaces oxygen so please consult the health and safety risks.

hpr1931 :: Atomic force microscopy

Released on 2015-12-28 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I give a quick overview of what is nanotechnology. go over some of the tools used to view the small scale. I go a bit more in depth with atomic force microscopy.

I left many things out that I would like to have said but mostly you can get further information here:

hpr1926 :: National Measurements Institutes

Released on 2015-12-21 under a CC-BY-SA license.

I give a short personal view on what are National Measurements Institutes. More info can be found here:

One thing not mentioned but related is ISO:

hpr1753 :: Introducing a 5 year old to Sugar on Toast

Released on 2015-04-22 under a CC-BY-SA license.

This was me introducing my 5 year old to her new laptop with Sugar on Toast.

A family member had no use for an old 7 year old netbook so I installed the trisquel version of Sugar, the one laptop per child operating system.

This is a response to this episode: I find it ticks all the boxes.

Recorded with a phone and spoken mainly in a different language. I did conversion to FLAC from a mono mp3 probably the same if I just uploaded the MP3 directly. No editing was done.

Become a Correspondent