Science – Lithuania – Recommended podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • A budding magizoologist is learning about distributed systems in nature, cloud-native resiliency, echolocation, and all things SAR to better serve her arctic and subarctic stewardship effort called Arctic HOWLs.

  • Afsana Faheem and Dr Kate Cooper from the University of Bath talk with a broad range of guests from diverse clinical backgrounds about their experiences of working within the clinical psychology profession. Guests share their personal stories and journeys, whilst also offering advice to aspiring clinical psychologists. Topics include experiences of racism, discrimination, working with refugee and asylum seeker communities, and much more! Follow us @WAU_Podcast for latest updates.

  • Welcome to Test Tubes and Cauldrons, a podcast where we talk about the science behind spirituality! Astra, Fel, and Han are three occult practitioners with a love of science who are trying to do what everyone else is…make sense of the crazy world around us and our purpose in it! Hop into the discussions and try not to blow up a test tube or two!

  • Aqui aprenderas sobre gatos de todo tipo desde siames hasta europeo común

  • Discover the world of European migration on the 'States and Migration in Europe' podcast with host Dr. Emmanuel Comte.

    With the special guests of the series, ranging from scholars to practitioners, you will gain valuable insights and a unique perspective on the policies and challenges shaping migration in a crucial region of the world – from the causes driving people to move to the impact on their new and former communities.

    Subscribe to dive into the interplay between states and migration in Europe and stay up-to-date on the latest developments.

  • In dem Podcast hört Ihr alles rund um das Sozialrecht, angrenzende gesellschaftliche Fragen, unser (Sozialrechts-) Studium und was sonst noch fürs Studentenleben wichtig ist.​

    In regelmäßigen Abständen sollen von nun an neue Folgen erscheinen. ​

    Falls Ihr Fragen, Anregungen oder Themenwünsche habt, schreibt sie uns gerne. Zudem könnt ihr uns gerne Feedback geben. Wir freuen uns von Euch zu hören!
    E-Mail: [email protected]


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  • Hello friends, all of you are welcome. You will get different types of original audio podcast on this channel which will be the most isolated and this channel will not put original audio podcast on any one topic but audio podcast on every subject, we hope that you will get this audio podcast .Will be very popular.

  • Современный и глобальный взгляд на международную политику. Если вам нравится свободный демократический миропорядок и вы не любите диктатуры, местечковых шовинистов, популистов и имперцев — вам сюда. Авторская программа Владимира Милова — когда-то в прошлом Милов работал в российском правительстве, и история его широких международных связей длится еще с тех пор. Милов знает, о чем говорит.

  • Der Podcast "hochschulreif" unterstützt Schülerinnen und Schüler bei der Studienwahl. In jeder Folge laden wir, Alexandra Becker (Zentrale Studienberatung) und Christoph Jäckle (Hochschulkommunikation), einen Gast aus einem Studienfach der Uni Tübingen zum Gespräch ein. Das Gespräch gibt erste Einblicke in die wichtigsten Inhalte des Studienfachs, in die persönlichen Voraussetzungen für das Studium und in mögliche Berufsperspektiven. Zu jedem der Themenfelder befragen wir im Vorfeld Tübinger Studierende des Fachs über ihre persönlichen Erfahrungen bei der Studienwahl, über ihr Studium und wie ihre beruflichen Wünsche aussehen. Studierende kommen dadurch ebenso zu Wort wie Fachexpertinnen und -experten.

  • Trumpai, bet įdomiai, netikėtu kampu papasakoti apie tą dieną prieš n metų nutikusį svarbų įvykį, reikšmingą atradimą, kurį verta paminėti, atsižvelgiant į šių dienų kontekstą.

  • The Isaac Newton Institute is the world's foremost mathematical research centre. Living Proof aims to highlight the diverse people and interconnected topics linked to its many activities. Interviewees range from visiting academics and lecturers to mathematicians, other scientists, musicians, artists, students, and prominent figures within the University of Cambridge and beyond. The podcast typically involves mathematical themes, but is specifically aimed at a general audience. The focus is on the subjects being interviewed and the social stories they have to tell, not just on the significance and details of the research they may be undertaking. We hope there is interest and inspiration here for everyone.- The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (UK) is an international research centre based in Cambridge, UK. A part of the University of Cambridge, it has been hosting research programmes on mathematical themes since July 1992.Visit > www.newton.ac.uk/news/ini-podcast

  • Perspectivas de un veterinario convencido con cosas que contar y enseñar desde "dentro". Historia e historias de un endoscopista tanto para aspirantes, usuarios o profesionales de la veterinaria.

  • „Mokslas skubantiems“ – mokslas pateikiamas paprastai ir suprantamai. Kas savaitę apžvelgiamos svarbiausios ir įdomiausios mokslo ir technologijų naujienos, paaiškinama, kodėl jos svarbios – kad suprastų visi, pristatomi mokslininkai/inžinieriai, kurie jas sukūrė. Temos iš įvairių sričių – viskas priklauso nuo tos savaitės aktualijų. Ypatingą dėmesį skiriant projektams, prie kurių prisidėjo Lietuvos mokslininkai.
    Ved. Goda Raibytė

  • Hypnotically raw. The brain is my jam. Neuroscience is my language. Metaphysical is is my middle name. I'm a total N.E.R.D. and passionate healing facilitator. Learn what hypnosis is and how it works on your brain, mind and being. Diving into your emotions and feelings is the key to knowing who you are and creating yourself as who you want to be. Speaking the language of the Self and of Consciousness It-Self. ;-) Own who you are!
    Photo credit: @DavidZaughPhotography
    To get in touch with the host please email: [email protected]

  • A podcast about how researchers and scientists join with communities and people to address global challenges. Across countries and contexts, we hear about ways to partner with communities, including participatory research (PAR), co-production research, social participation, public and patient involvement and engagement (PPIE) and community engagement and involvement (CEI).

    Originally founded at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine by Dr. Kim Ozano and Bea Egid, the podcast now cuts across institutions and programmes to bring you the latest research techniques used to connect citizens to science! 

    Host Dr. Kim Ozano is a co-production and creative research methodologist with 15 years’ experience working in global research and public health, and an advocate for people centred research across disciplines. 

    If you have a theme that you would like to be explored on the podcast, please let us know below in the comments below or contact; [email protected]

    Intro music: Mike Donnelly

  • Emotions are affective states that we experience. Subjective reactions to the environment that are accompanied by organic -physiological and endocrine- changes of innate origin.

    The experience plays a fundamental role in the experience of each emotion.

    Find out more in this podcast.

  • In this I discuss about various universe news.