In Their Element Podcast

Inspiring stories from University of Adelaide science graduates who’ve turned their innate spark of curiosity into awesome, real-world careers.

Join us to find out how they got there, and how they like it, in their element.

Also available for listening on:
Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | OmnyStudio

Walk on the guide side

Meet Pip Edwards, an animal science graduate who has found her 'paw-pose' in life. 

Pip's story

The sky's the limit

Meet space science and astrophysics graduate Phoebe De Wilt whose career is reaching new heights at the Bureau of Meteorology.

Phoebe's story

Food (science), glorious food (science)

Meet Millie Shinkfield, her food and nutrition science studies gave her the appetite to pursue a career with one of Adelaide's largest food producers.

Millie's story

Bottled botanicals

Meet agriculture and winemaking graduates Laura and Brendan - they're taking the wine and spirit industry by storm and creating their very own 'Big Label Energy'.

Laura and Brendan's story

Call of the wild

Meet science graduate Jacob Maher, who was sure his career was going to be finding out who's who in the zoo, but graduated with a passion for all things nature.

Jacob's story

A good time to cell

Meet science graduate Reuben Jacob. Hear his story - from studying biotechnology with a major in genetics; to working at the intersection of science and business as an innovation manager for a world-leading biotechnology company.

Reuben's story

Sarah Davidson, In Their Element podcast presenter

About our presenter

Sarah Davidson is a lawyer turned funterpreneur.

When she’s not recording In Their Element, she hosts her own popular Seize The Yay podcast, which investigates how some of the world's most inspiring people find their ‘yay’.

She lives in Melbourne with her husband Nic and Golden Retriever, Paul.

Brendan and Laura Carter - University of Adelaide science alumni and founders of Unico Zelo Wines, Applewood Distillery and Økar Amar

Share your story

Want to feature in an episode of our In Their Element podcast series and share your career success as a University of Adelaide science alumni?

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