Science – New 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.

  • Join Drew from Clara Joyce Flower Farm and learn from his 15+ years of experience in the horticulture, floriculture and speciality agriculture industry. Each episode will cover a different topic, so don't miss out!

  • BioCatch presents a podcast on cybercrime and financial fraud, and how Behavioral Biometrics identifies the tells that tip the hands of cybercriminals – and flip the tables on fraudsters. We explore the origins of behavioral biometrics, and applying innovative tech to account take overs, new-account fraud, and scams and mule activity.

  • In Plain English is a podcast where we discuss scientific research in terms that are accessible to everyone, not just the experts. Every episode will feature an expert in a particular field of science, such as genetics or anthropology. The expert will then present a paper in their field, and the podcast guests--people without much knowledge of the subject--ask questions and discuss the research. Each episode will conclude with a broader discussion of how the paper’s findings impact society as a whole.

  • PDXPLORES is a Portland State University research podcast featuring scholarship, innovations, and discoveries pushing the boundaries of knowledge, practice, and what is possible for the benefit of our communities and the world.

  • This is a podcast of the Project on Autocratic Legalism (PAL). PAL seeks to understand how law can be used to further, as well as to resist autocratic forces that have been on the rise around the globe. The project involves scholars from multiple countries and disciplines. PAL participants are currently conducting research on autocratic legalism in Brazil, India, and South Africa. Learn more about our project at In this podcast, we will share some of the conceptual debates behind, and research findings stemming from our project. Our episodes will be released every month. PALcast is sponsored by the University of Oklahoma and hosted by Fabio de Sa e Silva

  • Big Books demand heavy work - and we’re up for it! In this podcast, we take on some of our favourite, often obscure and unpopular books, and unpack the ways in which they have made sense to us. Tune in!

    Hosted by Atreyee Majumdar and Bhavin Patel.

    Atreyee is an anthropologist, a teacher, a published poet, and an amateur violinist.

    Bhavin is a lawyer and teacher, and learns the tabla and the piano.

  • Welcome to the official podcast of the Canadian Space Society (CSS) where we bring you underrepresented narratives of Canadians working in space! Stay tuned for interviews with astronauts, astrophysicists, doctors, space biotech entrepreneurs, astrophotographers, space artists, STEM educators, science communicators and many more fascinating individuals!

  • PhenoTips hosts thought leaders and experts in the field of genetics and genomics to discuss cutting-edge technologies, techniques, and emerging disciplines in genetic counseling, clinical genetics, and bioinformatics. Learn more at

  • We explore how scientific knowledge can help solve significant problems that humanity grapples with daily.

  • A podcast about the Indian Constitution, hosted by Gautam Bhatia.

  • Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers. His books include The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing and public lectures cover a wide range of topics—neuroscience, moral philosophy, religion, meditation practice, human violence, rationality—but generally focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live. Harris's work has been published in more than 20 languages and has been discussed in The New York Times, Time, Scientific American, Nature, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many other journals. He has written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Economist, The Times (London), The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Annals of Neurology, and elsewhere. Sam Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA.

  • eanCast: Weekly Neurology is your source for education, research and updates from the European Academy of Neurology. Regardless of experience level, you are invited to join expert moderators and guests in reviewing, discussing, and debating various topics within the 29 EAN sub-specialties.
    New neurological topics every month, and new episodes every Monday.

  • Conversations on social science, philosophy, and politics.

  • Podcast by Directionally Correct, A People Analytics Podcast with Cole & Scott

  • Welcome to the official podcast of Hack The Box!
    Sit back and relax all while listening to some of the greatest experts share their stories, tips, and tricks on the hottest cybersecurity topics.
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  • True crime meets forensic science in the What Remains podcast from WRAL Studios. With no ID, human skeletal remains often end up at medical examiners’ offices where they sit in storage closets for years, gathering dust as evidence slowly disappears. These are some of the most difficult cold cases to crack. Unsolved murders. Missing people never identified. Families without answers. Every year in the United States there are 600,000 missing person reports and 4,400 sets of unidentified human remains are found. But matching the remains to the missing people is not an easy task.  
    Meet the passionate scientists and investigators dedicating their lives to the seemingly impossible: matching missing persons to unidentified human remains. In the emerging field of forensic science, they coax clues out of bone, using what remains to put a person’s identity back together. The veteran detective who devotes his career to bringing closure to families. The volunteer forensic genealogist who uses new tools like GEDmatch to narrow down an ID. The part-time web sleuth who helps shape the national missing persons database, NamUs. The forensic anthropologist using DNA testing to identify race, sex, body type and features that help coax a name from the bones. The scientists who study human decomposition at a body farm in western North Carolina. The forensic artists who build facial reconstructions from nothing but skulls. And the parents who endure years of not knowing what happened to their children. All working toward the same goals: finding a name, solving cold cases, bringing justice and closure to families. WRAL Studios presents What Remains, hosted by veteran crime reporter Amanda Lamb. 

  • Hi, welcome to Science on Trial [and Error] - a podcast from a scientist to scientists.
    I'm Kasia Kuzmicz-Kowalska and I'm pursuing a PhD in Developmental Biology at IST Austria.
    The idea for this podcast was born out of my love for science and curiosity of people's stories. Join me as I chat with researchers from different fields and at different levels of their careers. We will discuss their current work, but also their scientific path. Why have they started to love science? Where are they going next? I will look for some funny stories and for what is cool about science these days. And let’s be honest, it’s not all science and no play - outside-of-work activities and passions are definitely going to be covered.
    Allow yourself to be inspired and enjoy the company of my amazing guests.

    Music and sound: Lukasz Kowalski; Art: Laura Burnett

  • Welcome to Pharma Launch Secrets, a podcast by Evermed. We host honest, direct, actionable conversations with world-leading pharma launch experts that will help you stay up to date with trends and strategies to help you launch your product successfully.

  • You'll hear the true stories from some of the world's most prominent scientists who are
    helping to prevent the extinction of gorillas, study their behavior, and protect the forests
    where they live. Get an inside look from the frontlines in the
    war against deforestation, poaching, and climate change.

    Executive Producer: Jonathan Popp