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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
Exploring the coolest and most incredible stuff in science, from way back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to a future where humans live in space! Fun Kids Science Weekly is hosted by Dan and is the perfect science podcast for kids and families everywhere. Each week, you'll find episodes from series like Deep Space High, Age of the Dinosaurs and Professor Hallux. There's also a special guest, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan - something scientific that’s also ...
 
Science Talk is a weekly science audio show covering the latest in the world of science and technology. Join Steve Mirsky each week as he explores cutting-edge breakthroughs and controversial issues with leading scientists and journalists. He is also an articles editor and columnist at Scientific American magazine. His column, "Antigravity," is one of science writing's great humor venues. Also check our daily podcast from Scientific American : "60-Second Science." To view all of our archived ...
 
The Best Science (BS) Medicine Podcast is a weekly presentation where practitioners can get evidence-based drug therapy content that is practical, entertaining and promotes healthy scepticism. In essence, we are the Medication Mythbusters. We present information that is useful and relevant to physicians, pharmacists, nurses, physician assistants and other health professionals, and that can easily be incorporated into day-to-day practice. The podcast is presented by Dr. James McCormack, Profe ...
 
Quirky, entertaining and informative, the weekly Science Update Podcast bundles five of Science Update’s award-winning 60-second radio shows together with insightful commentary from one of our producers. Since 1988, Science Update has covered the latest discoveries in science, technology, and medicine and has answered listeners’ science questions. Phone your question in to our toll-free answer line, 1-800-WHY-ISIT (949-4748) or submit it via our website, scienceupdate.com. Science Update is ...
 
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World web ...
 
Each 60-second episode of the daily Science Update Podcast series is a brief yet satisfying story on the latest discoveries in science, technology and medicine, from aardvarks to zygotes, and, every now and then, aardvark zygotes. We also answer your science questions and even say your name on the air (unless you’d really rather we didn’t) and send you a highly collectible Science Update "Smarten Up" mug. The Science Update family of radio shows and podcasts is produced by AAAS, the world’s ...
 
The Science Inside is a weekly show that goes inside the science of major news events. We take a news story each week - from a missing plane to the world cup - and dissect the science angles involved. We indulge every scientific discipline, from biology to psychology, and incorporate the insights of scientists, journalists and researchers in order to tell interesting radio stories. The Science Inside is presented by Bridget Lepere. Production by Bridget Lepere. Technical production by Kutlwa ...
 
The Weekly Bird Report with Mark Faherty can be heard every Wednesday on WCAI, the local NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. Mark has been the Science Coordinator at Mass Audubon’s Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary since August 2007 and has led birding trips for Mass Audubon since 2002. He is past president of the Cape Cod Bird Club and current member of the Massachusetts Avian Records Committee.
 
Urban Nerd Weekly is a podcast dedicated to all things nerdy, strange, and specific. Each Friday host (Comedian/Writer) "$pay¢e" and co-host (Meme Troll/Writer)"Kitty", dives into the biggest news in science, art, entertainment, and pop culture. Be sure to subscribe so you can get each episode while its fresh. Comment so we can know what you guys wanna hear.
 
Anna Kavanaugh hosts the weekly radio series, "Mad Science: The Genetic Crossroad." The program aims to raise awareness and provide education about genetically modified organisms (GMO), in the world food supply and the practices of the GM biotech industry. The series is dedicated to all issues surrounding GM foods, its usage and ramifications thereof.Anna is a writer, advocate, and founder of the (AKCF) Anna Kavanaugh Charitable Foundation. Her original novel, "The Cord of Callows," now an u ...
 
Weekly interview show with people at the forefront of transformational technologies, scientific research, and bold new thinking that enables humans to operate at higher levels — better able to achieve whatever each person values most in life. This could be in fields as diverse as neuroscience, computer science, psychology, bio-tech, augmented reality, nutrition & fitness and so many more areas of pioneering work.
 
See How Life Works creates films and materials to guide you on the path to Peace of Mind. Our core DVD series is based on A Course In Miracles - a spiritual process that can assist and guide anyone to release fear and guilt, allowing health, joy, and peace of mind to return. We also have a weekly podcast series hosted by the co-founder of See How Life Works, Carol Howe. Her work is grounded in science and research. With decades of teaching and counseling experience, Carol is a world-renowned ...
 
Aaron Singerman hosts Readiness Radio and discusses sacrifices and professionalism as it relates to business. He and his guests share personal past experiences that exemplify the necessary skills and tips needed to better themselves in those areas. You will undoubtedly gain some knowledge to better yourself for future endeavors. Enjoy episodes just like this weekly and soon daily on RedCon1.com.
 
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It’s getting towards a year since the UK first went into lockdown. That’s almost 12 months of home-schooling, staying in at the weekends, and not being able to see groups of friends and family in person. For many, the pandemic has also brought grief, loss of financial stability and isolation. So it should come as no surprise that lots of us are fee…
 
Cool STEM News: New Study Reveals Why Whales Don't Get Cancer | Interesting Engineering & Inverse (02:11) These six patents may shed light on the possible key features of Apple's car| Business Insider (11:07) Graphene 'nano-origami' creates tiniest microchips | Phys.org (23:56) Touchdown! NASA's Perseverance rover lands on Mars to begin hunt for si…
 
Sleep is a huge problem in ASD. But is it just “sleep” or can we get more specific? What role do genetics have? And does being autistic make sleep problems worse? Answers come from an unlikely source: mice! Learn more about recent scientific evidence tying sleep problems to ASDs and neurodevelopmental disorders. These include: type of sleep problem…
 
Our hosts interview two pharmacists, both of whom have expertise in the realms of vaccine supply chain management, distribution, and administration, regarding the myriad challenges and practical hurdles posed by a global pandemic - and key strategies to overcome them. Guests: Joel Thornbury, President, Kentucky Pharmacists Association (KPhA); Owner…
 
1. Tightenin’/Rhapsody – Julius Hemphilll, Abdul Wadud – The Boyé Multi-National Crusade For Harmony – 2021 2. Tattarrattat 2 – Paul Dunmall, Percy Pursglove, Olie Brice, Jeff Williams – Palindromes – 2021 3. Prospect of the Sky – Jo Kondo/Ensemble Nomad – A Prospect of the Sky – 2000 4. Rattling Branch – Ed Pettersen, Eddie Prévost, Ståle Liavik S…
 
On today’s episode: Dreaming might be critical for learning to be scared of the right things. Earth’s water may have been locally sourced. And magnetic field reversals might be leading to mass extinctions! All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: ARTICLE: Sleep is vital to associating emotion with memory, study finds ARTICLE: The Milky…
 
In episode 473, Mike and James invite Samantha Moe yet again to talk about a recent Tools for Practice that looked at treatments for osteoporosis. Sam helps us put all the evidence into perspective for bisphosphonates and denosumab when it comes to fractures. We discuss the numbers and help explain why secondary prevention in osteoporosis is not re…
 
This week we are very pleased to be airing Fraser's pre-recorded interview with Melissa Thorpe, Interim Head of Spaceport Cornwall. Melissa is the main liaison for industry, military, Government, media, public, and schools for Spaceport Cornwall, the UK’s first horizontal launch site. Together with launch partner, Virgin Orbit, this ambitious proje…
 
Clay and Andrew are flying solo...or rather duo. In this week’s episode of the Global Guessing Weekly Podcast we chat about the most pressing news from this week in geopolitics. Then we discuss our latest Metaculus Monday article regarding normalizing Israeli-Saudi relations before doing a live prediction on Metaculus! We also cover The Good Judgem…
 
The famous no-hair theorem says that black holes can only be defined in terms of three properties: mass, charge and spin. It has held up pretty well for about 50 years, but now some physicists are hoping to find evidence of violations of the theorem in gravitational waves from merging black holes. In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast…
 
The first UN climate change conference was held in 1995 in Berlin. More than two decades later, our planet remains on track for three degrees of warming above pre-industrial levels by the end of the century. The answer to avoiding this catastrophe is both simple and staggeringly complicated: drastically reducing and reversing the amount of carbon d…
 
The opioid epidemic continues to have severe repercussions in society, enabled by both giant pharmaceutical companies and unscrupulous physicians who profited from these drugs. On this episode, Charlotte Bismuth discussed her book, Bad Medicine.science@groks.net (Groks Science)
 
What would it be like if the Earth’s magnetic pole switched? Migrating animals and hikers would certainly need to reset their compasses, but could it play real havoc with life on Earth? Analysing the rings of an ancient tree pulled from a bog in New Zealand, researchers have been investigating what happened the last time north and south flipped – 4…
 
In episode 472, Mike and James invite Samantha Moe in to talk about a recent Tools for Practice that looks at the evidence for glucosamine and chondroitin in osteoarthritis. Sam does a great job of showing why you have to look at publicly funded trials and responder analyses to really get the whole picture of the evidence around these products.Show…
 
ABA and ABA – inspired behavioral therapies like Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions are the most commonly used in autism. They have become more sophisticated in design, using control groups and implementing other ways to minimize bias. But when you put all of the data together around ABA-type interventions in a pile, are they effec…
 
1. A Meditation – Michael Gregory Jackson – Frequency Equilibrium Joan – 2021 2. Exploring Along the River of the Elements – LaDonna Smith, Davey Williams – Transmutating – 1993 3. Put the Brakes on – Black Top Presents: Hamid Drake, Elaine Mitchener, William Parker, Orphy Robinson , Pat Thomas – Some Good News – 2021 4. Meadow – Linda Catlin Smith…
 
Hey, Cool Listeners, we are back with another interview episode that I know you will enjoy. I sit down and chat with Dr. Marcel Reese the brains behind the creation of the Holotron. The VR Exosuit allows your legs to feel force & balance feedback from the virtual world. We discuss many things but I'll name a few things here: - Dr. Reese’s Backgroun…
 
On today’s episode: It’s tourism season at the red planet; China and UAE have successfully sent orbiters to Mars. Why do we care so much about water on Mars? The Perseverance rover is an incredible instrument of interplanetary science! All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: ARTICLE: China launches ambitious Tianwen-1 Mars rover missi…
 
For the first episode of the Global Guessing Weekly Podcast we are joined by Dr. Balkan Devlen, author, professor, and superforecaster for Good Judgement, Inc. In the episode, we discussed Dr. Devlen's introduction to quantified forecasting and his path to becoming a Superforecaster, before discussing how theories of social sciences can be incorpor…
 
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, we meet Hannah Coleman, Ryan Hill and Matt Brookes of the UK’s University of Nottingham, who talk about a new way of scanning the brain using quantum devices called optically pumped magnetometers. A key feature of the technique is that it allows magneto-encephalography to be used to study the bra…
 
The pandemic has demonstrated why humans are ultimately an impressive species. From monitoring the genetic evolution of Sars-CoV-2 to devising vaccines in record time, we have put our minds together to reduce the impact of Covid-19. Yet, the global spread of a new disease is a reminder that we are not invincible, and remain at the mercy of our biol…
 
How can enduring change be implemented through psychotherapeutic practices? How can the neuroscience of memory inform these clinical approached? On this episode, Dr. Richard Lane discussed his book, The Neuroscience of Enduring Change.science@groks.net (Groks Science)
 
When it comes to late winter on Cape Cod, and the knowledge that beach weather is still four months away, it’s the little signs of better things to come that keep you going. If you are paying attention to the birds around you every day, you should be brimming with hope, because they clearly are, too.…
 
The Com-Cov trial run by the Oxford Vaccine Group in the UK will be testing the efficacy and safety of a ‘mix and match’ approach to immunisation. By giving some participants either the Pfizer/BioNTech or Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, and a second dose of the other, the trial aims to find out if combining different jabs offers sufficient protection. …
 
Our hosts interview an immunology researcher and vaccine expert regarding how effectively harnessing the immune system possesses the power to defeat the pandemic and restore normalcy to the world. Practical issues, such as the role of health inequities and social determinants of health, and how/when we can safely travel the world or simply eat at t…
 
1. gnosis – gabby fluke-mogul – threshold – 2021 2. Birth, Life, and Death – Black Unity Trio – Al-Fatiah – 1969 3. Firing Up The Old Sikorsky – Davey Williams – Firing Up the Old Sikorsky/Requiem for Bosnia – 1993 4. New Ruins – Marsha Fisher – New Ruins – 2021 5. How to build an automaton – Lucy Liyou – Practice – 2021 6. Crossing Some Territory …
 
Cool STEM News: Researchers have used light to decode brain signals and identify what image a person sees. | Futurity (2:41) Antibiotic Game-Changer: Phages Can Anticipate Bacteria's Location and Destroy Them Before They Cause an Infection | SciTechDaily (12:53) Powerpaste packs clean hydrogen energy in a safe, convenient gray goop | New Atlas (20:…
 
On today’s episode: Life on Venus? Mmmmmmaybe not. An AI learns to play the piano just by watching someone’s hands! Let’s talk about how bad your memory really is. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: ARTICLE: Scientific community on report of a strange chemical at Venus: Probably not ARTICLE: 'Audeo' teaches artificial intelligenc…
 
Ashley from OpenAI talks about DALLE who draws pictures from text, Why do Whales sing and where do rocks come from? Podcast art: AI's drawing of "a transistor radio with an aerial and analog dial on the surface of the moon with colorful planets in the background" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
It is the wood that the rock greats have sworn by—swamp ash, in the form of their Fender Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars—for over 70 years. If you've ever listened to rock, you've probably heard a swamp ash, solid body guitar. But now, climate change is threatening the wood that helped build rock and roll. In today's podcast, veteran guitarist …
 
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast we meet physicist Jennifer Rieser who has just moved from the Georgia Institute of Technology to Emory University, where she studies how snakes use tiny structures on their undersides to help propel themselves. Rieser talks about her recent research that suggests that microscopic pits on the belli…
 
This week we are excited to welcome Joseph Mallozzi to the Weekly Space Hangout. Although you may not know his name, most of us certainly recognize — and love — many of the television shows Joe has produced, written, or showran. Joseph Mallozzi is a Canadian writer, showrunner, and producer with over 20 years experience in the television industry. …
 
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and for many couples this year will feel very different. Lockdowns, social distancing, and self-isolation have forced those in relationships to choose whether to be together all the time, or stay apart for potentially months on end. Linda Geddes speaks to Dr Deborah Bailey-Rodriguez about how couples have naviga…
 
The history of women would be quite different were it not for the pioneering work of Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell. On this episode, Janice Nimura discussed their story and her new book, The Doctors Blackwell.science@groks.net (Groks Science)
 
A few days ago, a grim ornithological mystery came across my computer screen. A photo of a chunky, yellowish bird found dead in the wrack line at Hardings Beach in Chatham. It was originally sent to Mike O’Connor at Birdwatcher’s General Store in Orleans, who identified it as one of the most sought-after and hardest to see birds in North America, a…
 
Turtles have been around for more than 200m years, and can be found almost everywhere on the planet. Yet, they are surprisingly uniform and many species around today are facing an uncertain future – at risk from trade, habitat destruction and the climate crisis. Looking at a new study investigating the evolutionary history of turtles, Age of Extinc…
 
Parents may see challenges in their kids with ASD, but they also know what is great about them and the unique gifts they bring to the world. Now, researchers from Canada have inventoried and categorized these list of great qualities in a large study of children from 3-10 years of age. These “best things” identified and counted across ages should al…
 
1. First Impression/Truth a Path to Peace – Cecil McBee – Flying Out – 1982 2. The Day We Walked by the Pond – David Eyges, Byard Lancaster – Lightin’ Strikes – 1989 3. The Hill – David Eyges, Byard Lancaster – The Arrow – 1981 4. Composition 189 secondary 1 – Anthony Braxton, Jacqueline Kerrod – Duo (Bologna) 2018 5. Evidence of Things Unseen – Do…
 
On today’s episode: Cats love catnip, and mosquitoes hate it! How does COVID get into the brain? And we dig into what happens inside the brains of those suffering from addiction. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: ARTICLE: Why cats are crazy for catnip ARTICLE: COVID-19 virus enters the brain, research strongly suggests ARTICLE: …
 
I am joined by Ethan Hansen, the creator of the podcast Quantum Computing Now, where he talks about the basics, the news, and shares interviews with quantum computing professionals. This was a great interview and I learned so much about Quantum Computing. Timestamps: How his Interest in Quantum Computing Started and Why He Started the Podcast Quant…
 
How did the meteor wipe out the dinosaurs? Why do our phones vibrate? Design tips from Hannah Goldsmith Queen Elizabeth Prize of Engineering Trophy Competition Prizewinner, and what is the most deadliest shark to humans? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Fun Kids
 
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