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Taped at the EVERLAST Studio in New York City, The Fight Cave takes you inside the Fight game through in depth discussions and interviews with top fighters and industry insiders. A focus on MMA, but a love for all combat sports... if it has to do with Fighting, you can find it in The Fight Cave. Hosted by Matt Culley. Matt, a Long Island, NY native, is a longtime Martial Artist and fight fan, with years of experience in the fight industry. His background includes fighting, competing, owning ...
 
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This month: how hummingbirds hum, how elephants evolved anti-cancer genes so they can sustain big bodies, gorillas that grow up without their mothers, and why deforestation causes peaks and then troughs in malaria cases... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website…
 
This month: the first self-blinded study into microdosing psychedelics, using DNA analysis to understand what bacteria is in river water, and what's the evidence for parasites preventing inflammatory diseases? Plus, comparing different methods for evaluating your cellular age, and an analysis of non-inclusive language used in life sciences journals…
 
This month: how a dose of magnesium can improve long-term memory, scientists scrutinise the world's sourdough microbes, and evidence that we're overlooking important COVID-relevant genes. Plus, shark behaviour in low oxygen environments, and using baboon mummies to solve a mystery of ancient times... Get the references and the transcripts for this …
 
This month we hear about the animals that turn their dinner into solar panels, the first images of anti-nausea drug molecules engaging with their receptors, and what thousands of you told eLife about the people who support their colleagues at work. Plus, exercise stops cancer cells from growing and how we hold onto bad food memories... Get the refe…
 
This month we hear about an artificial intelligence (AI) breakthrough for infertility, how ketamine can mimic some of the decision-making difficulties seen in schizophrenia, a new device to observe and document mosquito feeding behaviour, the key to scar-free wound healing, and how open is open access publishing at the moment? Get the references an…
 
Look Back: UFC 254 Matchmaker Moment: 155 Vacant Title Look Ahead: UFC Fight Night: Hall vs Silva Savage Picks: Sergio’s sure bet and 3 fight parlay Fight Cave 5 - Today’s Topic: Top 5 Pound for Pound MMA Fighters of all time Fight News: updates from Kyle Video version available on Youtube
 
Martial Artist and Combat Sports analyst Phoenix Carnevale joins the guys in The Fight Cave for episode 90. Topics discussed: - Breakdown: UFC Fight Night - Moraes vs Sandhagen - Savage Picks: Sergio's sure bet and a 3 fight Parlay - Fight Cave 5: Top 5 Rivalries in MMA - Fight News: the latest fight announcements, cancellations, and postponements …
 
This month on the eLife podcast, artificial intelligence reveals a better test for prostate cancer, is the brain stuffed with neuronal stem cells, bonobos with cultural preferences, and why some insects play "follow my leader"... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website…
 
UFC and Bellator vet Nick Pace joins the guys for episode 89 Topics disused in The Fight Cave: - Look Back: Holm vs Aldana - Matchmaker Moment: Holly Homs | Carlos Condit | Michael Chandler - Fight Cave 5: Top 5 Submissions in MMA - Fight News: Usman vs Bruns Postponed - His school Tiger Schulmann's Tottenville in Staten Island, NY Video version av…
 
Black belt and co-owner of Mastryka Bjj in Brooklyn, NY, Alex Ecklin joins the guys in The Fight Cave today. They discuss: - UFC Fight Night Holms vs Aldana - Quick Pix: Prelims - Savage Picks of the Week - The return of the Fight Cave 5: Who are the top 5 Grapplers in MMA? - Fight News * Video version available on New York Fighting's Youtube chann…
 
We take a Look Back at UFC 253 and see how our picks did. Then we call out some potential matchups in Matchmaker Moment. We discuss the controversy between Conor McGregor And Dana White Finally its time for Early Odds on Holms vs Aldana and Fight News Available on most podcast apps
 
We're back with Fight Breakdowns and more fun this week. Is Sergio calling in from Greece? Does Brian Kelleher have a new opponent? Did anyone miss weight today? find out on an all new episode of The Fight Cave * Video version available on New York Fighting Youtube*
 
This month on the eLife Podcast we hear about why whale-watching boats are just too noisy, how oily fish combats heart failure, breakthroughs in halting Huntington's disease, and how your wiggling ears can betray your intentions... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website…
 
This month on the eLife Podcast we look at how sugar takes away the pleasure of consuming and makes you eat more, we find out what loneliness does to the brain, uncover new insights into how HIV infects females, and explore sex bias in biomedical research... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website…
 
This month we explore how genetic plasticity enables sparrows to live alongside us and fish to evolve rapidly to life in caves. We also hear why "Test! Test! Test!" is so critical to safe healthcare provision during the coronavirus pandemic, how a new technique can find drugs that boost the fungal killing power of fluconazole, and how changes in la…
 
This month, why screening at airports for Covid19 is unlikely to work, how flight forced bat viruses to become virulent, MRI scans of throat singers reveals how they produce multiple sounds at the same time, and the role that DNA does and does not play in education... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientis…
 
This month, new hearing tests to spot those likely to struggle with speech in noisy environments, how your DNA is at risk from hacking on a public database, plants with three parents, researchers recreate endometriosis in mice and show that cannabis might be an effective treatment, and the nerve fibres that make us like a cuddle. Get the references…
 
Have these paralysed patients helped to reveal the brain basis of why we gesticulate when we talk? Also, new insights into how the body clock keeps track of the seasons, signs that immunity to Zika virus wanes with time, why human body temperature is lower than it was 150 years ago, and diversity in science: how can we better hold on to rare talent…
 
What accounts for the bomb-proof biology of the tardigrade? How do ants avoid traffic jams? Why thou shalt not abuse statistics in 2020, do badgers transmit bovine TB to cows, and is mental illness on the rise among early-career scientists? Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website…
 
This month, join Chris Smith to hear how sleep deprivation sends your endocannabinoids skyrocketing and triggers a tendency to binge, how many new genetic mutations you inherit from your parents, the gene for behaviour that turned out to be nothing of the sort, what good and bad learners have in common with youTube influencers, and from online coll…
 
This month, doctors doing U-turns: the medical practices without much evidence to prop them up, wind-tunnel experiments reveal how geese fly at extreme altitudes, why mating makes bees go blind, stress remodelling the brain's myelin, and what goes on during a stint aboard the International Space Station? Join Chris Smith for a look inside the lates…
 
This month, the blind monkey that lacks a visual cortex but can still see, the bee-hunting wasps that use a gas cloud to keep harmful fungi at bay, adaptive optics that can image blood vessels of all sizes in the eye, the new field of palaeoshellomics, and how to mix a family with a scientific career... Get the references and the transcripts for th…
 
This month, stunning fossil remains of a beetle that evolved to exploit ants and appeared rapidly after ants became social themselves, how inflammation in early life alters the ability of the nervous system to adapt to changing respiratory demands in adulthood, how DNA can be used to track where people picked up malaria, the researchers drawing up …
 
Matt caught up with undefeated Boxing Champion Heather Hardy at LAW MMA, before a training session with Jennie Nedell. During the Fight Cave 5 they talk about how Heather started fighting, some of her best moments in her career, her upcoming fight for Bellator MMA on June 14, and much more. Listen. Enjoy. Subscribe.…
 
Matt Culley sat down with Andre Harrison at Bellmore Kickboxing MMA for a quick Fight Cave 5. They spoke about Andre's start in fighting, the impact his Head Coach Keith Trimble has on his life, 2 of his best moments in and out of the cage, and his mindset coming off of his first loss and heading into Season 2 of PFL. All this and more on the #Figh…
 
How the brain handles sensations from amputated body parts, evidence that government vaccination campaigns to target measles really work, the heel-prick blood test at birth that can detect prematurity, testing the reproducibility of science at the level of a whole nation, and the multipartite viruses the spread as an infectious swarm: scientists sh…
 
Matt met up with UFC and Bellator vet Phillipe Nover at his home in Brooklyn, NY to catch up on life after fighting. Phillipe talks about his start in Martial Arts, the impact the Ultimate Fighter had on his career, his best moments in and out of the cage, and more during the Fight Cave 5 Listen, Enjoy, & Subscribe…
 
Matt recently met up with Rich Byrne at his office in Manhattan. Rich is the President of Benefit Street Partners, as well as Kasai Grappling. They discuss Rich's Martial Arts journey, what led to creating Kasai, and the mentors he's had throughout his years in Martial Arts. That and much more in the Fight Cave 5! Enjoy and be sure to Subscribe…
 
Matt met up UFC/Bellator vet Nick pace in Staten Island at his school Tiger Schulmann's Tottenville. Nick talks about his start in Martial Arts, some of his best moments as a fighter and teacher, and what's next for him going forward. He's got some great stories and answers to this week's Fight Cave 5. Listen, enjoy, and send us some feedback…
 
The shellfish that release insulin into the water to catch fish, brain activity patterns that predict future addictions, how to do gene drive experiments safely, and is the first author position gender neutral? Chris Smith talks to leading scientists publishing groundbreaking papers in eLife... Get the references and the transcripts for this progra…
 
Why one in five published papers that use cultured cells may be wrong, the frog that sings underwater without air, genes that make you live longer, seeing evolution through bats' eyes, and do brainier people have bigger brain cells? Join Chris Smith as he talks to the authors of five hard-hitting new papers published in eLife... Get the references …
 
This month in the eLife Podcast, how scientists got oestrogen signalling all wrong in breast cancer, fungus-farming ants and their microbial helpers, how smells influence memory, the tension between Pacific mineral riches and deep-sea species, and how oxytocin boosts bravery... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Nake…
 
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