Ciencias – Luxemburgo – Nuevos podcasts

  • The ocean is as mysterious as outer space... and even more amazing, because it's teeming with life (sorry, Venus!). Unfortunately, human activities are wreaking havoc on ocean life, from coral reefs and kelp forests to charismatic whales and obscure microbes. So, what do we do about it? In this podcast, Dr. Morgan Raven, a biogeochemist and professor at the University of California Santa Barbara, talks with entrepreneurs, researchers, activists, public officials, and others who are working on solutions to the conservation and climate issues facing oceans and coasts.

  • Conversations to fuel the energy transition hosted by Matt Brown, Vice President of AFRY Management Consulting. Leading industry experts join us to discuss how energy systems are responding to decarbonisation, digitalisation and decentralisation.

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  • Materials Data Matters (MDM) connects materials and data science with the world around us by navigating through topics in technology, sustainability and education. With support from the National Science Foundation and its Midwest Big Data Spoke for Integrative Materials Design, MDM is produced by Elena Bruess and Layne Gerbig out of Northwestern University.

    Led by the University of Chicago, the Spoke project aims to connect industry, universities, and government to the people and services to find, access, and use data for materials design. It leverages the Materials Data Facility infrastructure from the Center for Hierarchical Materials Design, or CHiMaD, to foster interconnection across the Midwest. Participating universities are Northwestern University, University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Michigan, and University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    Graphics by Lindsey Bliss. Contact: chimad@northwestern.edu

  • Grouse is a show about the most controversial bird in the West and what it can teach us about hope, compromise and life in rural America. Hosted by Ashley Ahearn, Grouse is an eight-part podcast series produced in partnership with BirdNote Presents and distributed in collaboration with Boise State Public Radio.

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  • Parce que la santé est bien plus que l'administration de produits améliorant la santé et le bien-être des animaux.

  • This podcast is about how to heal from a difficult childhood and show the World who you really are so you can be a great role model for your children. Through interviews with real people, with experts and my own knowledge and experience, this podcast is meant to inspire and to teach you how to heal, be true to yourself and build your dream life. My name is Anne Louise and I help people with childhood trauma to stop leaning on unhealthy behaviours when they face life challenges and start being a great role model for the children. I hope you will enjoy listening to this podcast.