Wissenschaft – Neue Podcasts

  • Digital Health + Neurotech conferences at Stanford, Harvard and MIT

  • The CoVax Files is a podcast hosted by investigative healthcare journalist Surani Fernando that dives deeper into the Covid-19 vaccine race with top experts from around the world. Surani has probed this industry for over a decade and this podcast aims to take an unbiased view to explore how the vaccines work, their clinical trials, efficacy and safety results, manufacturing processes, logistics and distribution to the world. Is a vaccine really the magic potion for a better future? Tune in and get the info you need to make your own conclusions.

  • Welcome to IVPN Voice, where we discuss all things pharmacy in the region.This podcast is an extension to the IVPN google group where experts share their knowledge and keep each other updated on several pharmacy subjects. With the rising popularity of podcasts, we are happy to announce the formation of IVPN Voice Podcast to discuss all pharmacy-related matters in the region.The purpose behind the podcast is to expand the forms of communication across the IVPN network by making access to knowledge more diverse and fun.

  • What are the limits to what’s knowable — and how does our thinking about big questions in science and technology evolve over time? Take an audio journey with Knowable Magazine from Annual Reviews as we explore puzzles as diverse as the existence of black holes and how to build an artificial heart — with plenty of surprises along the way.

  • A comedic perspective on science and outdoor culture. Follow me on Instagram @toseeyououtside

  • The Psychology 360 Podcast is a podcast where psychologists and researchers are interviewed from around the world. I bring psychological insights from all perspectives. The show is meant for psychologists as well as a general audience. I hope that the interviews and episodes will grow your interest in psychology as well as give helpful tools for you to improve yourself!

  • Newest research in dermatology and venereology, interviews with notable doctors, professors and researchers: a focused look on today's dermatology and new developments looking to the future.

  • The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation podcast features editor Daniel Goldstein, MD, in round table talks with the JHLT's digital media editors.

  • Discussing Climate Action and how to make a difference in the world.

  • A podcast about books, TV shows and movies from a sociological perspective.

  • Ariadne is a European peer-to-peer network of more than 600 funders and philanthropists who support social change and human rights.

    Ariadne helps those using private resources for public good achieve more together than they can alone by linking them to other funders and providing practical tools of support.

  • Parce que nous croyons à la force de la connaissance et du collectif et parce que nous devons regarder les choses en face, Veolia s’associe à Slate pour proposer Green Mirror, le podcast qui tend un miroir aux générations actuelles à travers une fiction, pour imaginer le futur peu enviable des générations suivantes si nous ne faisons rien, puis des avis d’experts d’aujourd’hui, qui nous présentent les solutions existantes aujourd’hui et les réflexes à adopter pour construire un monde plus vert.

    Invites you to the wonder and magic of connecting with our beautiful planet.
    Inspired by El Lugar, The Place originally a book by Gary Douglas and now being actualised on our earth as we speak.
    What can we be that would create a sustainable living on earth?

  • Headwaters is a public radio-style podcast by Glacier National Park, produced with support from the Glacier National Park Conservancy. By visiting familiar places, the show tells unfamiliar stories about the park. We travel to every major region of Glacier in search of confluences: places where nature and culture come together in unexpected ways.

  • How far should we rely on science to make political decisions? What makes a good science advisor — or a good science advice system? What do we do when the evidence is incomplete or controversial? What happens when science advice goes wrong and how can we fix it? We explore these questions, and many more, in conversation with the researchers, policymakers and communicators who make science advice happen around the world. The Science for Policy podcast is produced by SAPEA, part of the European Commission’s Scientific Advice Mechanism. We are a consortium of more than a hundred European academies, funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant number 737432. The many and varied opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the guests themselves. They do not necessarily represent the views of SAPEA or the European Commission.

  • The CHEST Pulse podcast, from the American College of Chest Physicians, provides clinicians practicing in the pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine fields with the information they need to provide the best patient care. The current series features CHEST experts discussing their experiences on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • The National Security Science podcast is a spin-off of National Security Science magazine at Los Alamos National Laboratory. We bring you stories from the Lab’s Weapons Program—stories that show how innovative science and engineering are the key to keeping America safe. Or, as we like to say, better science equals better security.

  • RadicalxChange Foundation’s Jennifer Lyn Morone and Matt Prewitt speak with inspiring personalities to explore critical ideas and stories about next-generation political economies.

  • Late-night chat about colour. Stephen Westland, Huw Owens and Helen Disley discuss the science, art and philosophy of colour. Does colour exist? Is black a colour? How many colours are there? These questions … and many more.

  • A new podcast brought to you by the Architects' Journal. AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman and architect George Morgan talk to changemakers and innovators who are transforming architecture as we know it by designing in ways that respect planetary boundaries. In association with ACAN, the Architects Climate Action Network.