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  • From outsiders like a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to such thought leaders as scholar James Lindsay and feminist Helen Lewis, BBC journalist Andrew Gold takes us away from our comfort zone and into the worlds of people on the edge. New episodes every Monday - with trailers on his Twitter page: @andrewgold_ok and Instagram page: @andrewgold_ok.


    With an open mind and a wry sense of humour, Andrew alternates the theme of guest. Some weeks it'll be with somebody totally 'on the edge' - whether it be the woman who married a sociopathic bigamist or the Australian Coffin Confessor, who is paid to reveal secrets at funerals . Other episodes will have interviews with such leading minds as Conservative peer Lord Daniel Finkelstein and feminist Helen Pluckrose.


    It was picked in Apple's prestigious New & Noteworthy category and has been a top Editor Pick for Castbox and Stitcher, who also placed it in their 'What we're listening to'. Get in touch or leave a review - it helps boost it up those charts!


    About the Host:


    Andrew is an award-winning journalist and TV presenter who has been making documentaries about bizarre, unusual and remarkable people around the world for a decade. He's done battle with an exorcist and hunted for UFOs - all while living in six different countries and learning to speak five languages.


    In this podcast, he aims to get to the humanity of people living on the fringes, and introduce these diverse figures to the listener.

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  • Today's healthcare marketplace is more complex than ever.  Lab's today are faced with increasing regulatory and quality demands coupled with a shortage of skilled labor.  Ortho is committed to helping labs meet these challenges head-on.  Join us every month as we discuss the complex questions labs are facing every day.

  • In this podcast, we reach across the aisle and discuss how others are using behavioral science to address the very human condition of suffering. We discuss such issues related to chronic pain; race, wealth and class disparities; drug abuse; poverty; child abuse; domestic violence; criminal injustice; social media; mental illness; loneliness; educational and basic need deprivation; among many others. We also discuss the latest therapeutic models of treatment for these conditions as well as hear from others who have personally struggled, but have found their own successful adaptations. Welcome!

  • Established in 1841. The Pharmaceutical Journal is the trusted source of news, learning and research for pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists globally.

  • Array Cafe is a podcast about all things engineering - science, technology, and professional issues, brought to you with generous support from the IEEE Sensors Council and the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.

  • Welcome to The Sceptically Inclined Science Podcast where we talk about science, particularly human sciences, by looking at papers that are both unusual and serious. We hope to have a friendly, light hearted discussion in which we interweave stories from our lives. We don't need you to have a huge background in science so please give us a listen and enjoy!

  • College friends Cillian and Amandine, who are currently studying immunology and genetics, discuss their favourite things in science, especially biology. Join us as we tell each other about some of the interesting things we’ve learned over the years, ask (mostly) reasonable questions and when we don’t know the answers we make our best guess and… hype-othesise! Instagram: @hypeothesispod | Email: hypeothesispod@gmail.com

  • A podcast where we talk to scientists about the paths they’ve taken to get where they are today.

  • Have you ever wondered why we laugh or if you can really die of a broken heart? Join Professor Luke O'Neill on ‘Show Me the Science’ as he tackles a different issue each week; from the serious to the silly, all explained through science. This Newstalk production will open the world of science to people of all ages. New episodes every Thursday.Listen and subscribe to Show Me the Science on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

  • Artist Nwando Ebizie, presents a new 5-part mini-series reimagining care and healing through art, health and science.

    With ideas for how to care and connect, the series evolves through conversations, artistic works and healing experiences. Join us to explore what care means for our bodies, communities, the planet and our futures.

    A BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Wellcome Collection collaboration. Presented by Nwando Ebizie. Music by Nkisi. Sound by Axel Kacoutié. A Reduced Listening Production, produced by Katherine Godfrey and Georgia Moodie and exec produced by Alannah Chance.

    Lands Wednesday November 25th.​

  • Terms such as ‘precision health’, ‘genomics’, and ‘bioinformatics’ have become popular in recent years. We hear them used more and more by experts talking about scientific research in the context of medicine and future health. But what is the significance of these terms when it comes to difficult-to-treat diseases such as cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and other complex or rare diseases? How is genomics going to impact us as patients, families, and health care providers? The study of our genes (genomics) is helping scientists and clinical researchers gain a better understanding of health and disease. This deeper knowledge may identify the causes of such diseases and the risks associated with them, as well as shed some light on how diseases progress and respond to different treatments. Imagine if we could develop more precise treatments with minimal side-effects or even prevent these diseases from developing in the first place! This is not a podcast for geneticists or genomic scientists – they are already wildly excited about this stuff. This is for the rest of us who want to be educated on what genomics is and how it is revolutionising future health for all of us.

  • Infections caused by highly drug-resistant bacteria, or “superbugs,” are becoming more and more common, making antimicrobial resistance one of the world’s greatest health threats. In fact, infections caused by superbugs are projected to reach epidemic levels within our lifetimes. Drug-resistant infections can affect anyone, and we are all at risk.

    This podcast series will address this global crisis through conversations with patients, clinicians, and researchers to discover how superbugs are affecting people and healthcare systems globally. And we’ll highlight actions the average citizen can take today to make sure the drugs we already have stay effective, in order to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities.

  • We make up to 35,000 conscious decisions every day. And on Tough Calls, hosted by broadcast journalist and author Lisa Napoli, behavioral scientists will help you navigate at least some of them more easily and effectively. Because every decision we make, from the momentous to the mundane, carries consequences and implications. So, how do we go about making the really hard ones - the tough calls?

  • PalaeoParty! is a biweekly interactive podcast about palaeontology. Each week we invite a new palaeontologist guest to join our hosts, Dr Emma Dunne, Dr Chris Dean and Dr Thomas Clements, as we laugh about weird fossils, odd science and whatever else pops into their brains!

  • Could Jezero Crater hold the keys to unlocking an ancient and hidden past when life existed on the Martian surface? As NASA’s Perseverance rover heads to Mars to find out, we take you on board the spacecraft to learn more about some of its incredible exploratory technology from the scientists who created it. Come journey with us on our exciting limited-series podcast by Los Alamos National Laboratory.

  • Talking about Irish woodlands, their diverse species, their long history and all the stories in between, brought to you by the Native Woodland Trust

  • Heating and cooling are responsible for 50% of the EU final energy demand. Tackling this sector is essential for the EU to meet its target of being carbon neutral by 2050.

    Our host Susanne Tull, Senior Manager Public Affairs at Danfoss, is joined by leading specialists and visionaries across the energy sector who share their views and ideas around 5 topics ranging from digitalization to energy planning.

    This podcast is produced by Danfoss Heating. Danfoss Heating engineers technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less. We meet the growing need for infrastructure, energy efficiency and climate-friendly solutions. Our products and services are used in areas such as smart home heating and building optimization. We are also active in the field of renewable energy as well as district heating infrastructure for cities and urban communities.

  • Welcome to Amplify! Season 1: How patient groups can help drive change toward personalized care. Stand-alone EHC episode: Our journeys with rare bleeding disorders. To ensure you don't miss out on future episodes, please click the subscribe button.

    All information is accurate as of September 2020. This podcast series is initiated, funded, and organized by Takeda. Some speakers were paid an honorarium by Takeda for their participation. Copyright 2020 Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited. All rights reserved. Takeda and the Takeda logo are registered trademarks of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited.


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  • ModPath Chat is the official podcast of Modern Pathology, the journal of the US and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP). ModPath Chat features interviews with authors, opinion leaders and experts on the latest science, technology, and developments in the field of pathology. The monthly podcast series is hosted by Dr. George J. Netto, the Editor-in-Chief of Modern Pathology and the Chair of Pathology at the University of Alabama in Birmingham