Science – New podcasts

  • What makes you a heretic? Journalist Andrew Gold believes that, in an age of group-think and tribes, we need heretics - those who use unconventional wisdom to speak out against their own groups, from cancelled comedians and radical feminists to cult defectors and vigilantes hunting deviants.

    Learn from my guests how to rebel, think differently and resist social contagion. From Triggernometry's Francis Foster and the world's most cancelled man Graham Linehan to ex-Hasidic Jew Julia Haart and gender critical atheist Richard Dawkins. These are the people living with the weight of their own community's disappointment on their shoulders.

  • Welcome to The Trip Lab, kitchen table conversations about integrative medicine and psychedelics with your host and attending physician, Dr. Mary Ella Wood. Taking an evidenced-based approach, we will break down the latest research, interview leaders in the field, and answer all the questions that don't often get brought up in the doctor's office. Instagram: @thetriplabpodcast - Email: [email protected]

  • In the arenas of health and social work, management is a crucial part of ensuring quality of service and care for users and staff, and the development of services and standards into the future. The discussions and interviews in this album focus on the importance of management strategies and techniques and garner the opinions and insights of staff at all levels, as well as those in care. These in-depth and frank audio tracks give a real-life sense of the managerial experience, including starting the job, day-to-day planning and the implementation of policy and good practice. This material forms part of The Open University course K303 Managing care.

  • Hey people,do u?yes u! I mean u! Do you love animals, well this is their zone, welcome, anything at all you wish to find out about them,which ever species, welcome.

  • In Ontario, a battle is brewing over a remote mining region, about 450 kilometres north of Thunder Bay. The outcome could forever change the face of northern Ontario โ€” and possibly the planet.

    Harry Wabasseโ€™s home in Webequie First Nation is near the Ring of Fire โ€” a 5,000-square-kilometre mineral deposit rich with the metals needed to build clean technologies. For years, the provincial government has been trying to build a road to the region and open the Ring of Fire up to mining.

    A road could improve life in Webequie First Nation, and help the nation pursue economic opportunities. But development will affect the homelands of other First Nations โ€” and not all of them agree with the plan.

    Then, there's the environmental risks. Peatlands biologist Lorna Harris says building roads and a mine in the Ring of Fire could be disastrous. The region is home to the second-largest terrestrial carbon sink in the world โ€” a massive expanse of wetlands that cool the planet by absorbing carbon.

    This is the story of the years-long battle over the fate of northern Ontario.

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  • Akash Sharma. A self taught electronics engineer and a digital creator. He was always found curious about electronics and electricity from childhood. His interest and vision towards electronic gadgets, toys and circuits made him learn more about them in detail.

  • Tech world, actually the human being is in a procress to convert the world in a technological world, we have a great evolution about tech, in this podcast we will talk about this topic and many things related with the progress in the world in this tech way, Andrew Zegarra as the host will talk with Manuel Mollinedo and they will exchange their opinions and conclusions about the Tech World.

  • Introducing the "Orthodontic Products Podcast", a journey into the dynamic realm of orthodontic innovations. Each episode dives into fresh research, transformative technologies, and the methodologies redefining the field. Expert interviews seamlessly blend with in-depth analyses, offering listeners a comprehensive look into the ever-evolving world of orthodontics. This isn't just a podcast—it's a portal to the future of orthodontic practices and breakthroughs.

  • Namaste, Hola & Welcome!I am your host, Dr. G.V. Pavan Kumar.I am a Professor of Physics at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India.Pratidhvani (เฒชเณเฒฐเฒคเฒฟเฒงเณเฒตเฒจเฒฟ/เคชเฅเคฐเคคเคฟเคงเฅเคตเคจเคฟ) โ€“ means resonance or reflection (of sound).Through this podcast, I intend to humanize science.The podcast has two themes: 1) biographical conversations with people involved in scientific research and 2) my thoughts on the history of science.I create the podcast in my individual capacity.My profile: twitter handle : @Pavan_KumarGV

  • In this space, you will hear from a variety of distinguished Data Science educators and professionals. The individuals weโ€™ll speak with are diverse in experience and perspective, but share the common goal of shaping the future of Data Science Education! Transcripts available at

  • Ocean biodiversity is not only critical to the health of our planet, but itโ€™s also the foundation for our food web and has a huge impact on the global economy. On this podcast, weโ€™ll talk about the latest discoveries in ocean science, the newest thinking on pricing nature into our economy, and how machine learning and AI are helping us better understand ocean ecology.

    Weโ€™ll talk to marine biologists, economists, data scientists and explorers from all over the world who will share why and how we must preserve the biodiversity in our ocean.

    Happy listening!

    Podcast cover photo used by permission of Octavio Aburto.

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  • The Cosmos Safari podcast co-hosts David Farina and Rob Webb take listeners on a journey to explore the depths of science's current understanding of the cosmos around us. The Universe is closer than you think!

  • Parallel to its ongoing research colloquium, the ICI Berlin organizes public events on a wide range of topics. Its core project draws input from and is reflected in an accompanying lecture series.

  • The Theta State: a state of deep relaxation where dreams happen. The bridge between the conscious and the subconscious, where you can create everything and where the mind is capable of deep and profound learning, healing and growth. A place of intuition and creativity, where dimensions of reality beyond those that the conscious mind have access to are made available. In this podcast, we dive into the fascinating secret worlds of people's theta state by collecting and analyzing dreams, and explore the broader mysteries of consciousness across time and cultures. Hosted by Diane from the State Of Being collective

  • The extreme challenges of life in the polar regions require the animals who make their habitat there to make many adaptations. This unit explores the polar climate and how animals like reindeer, polar bears, penguins, sea life and even humans manage to survive there. It looks at the adaptations to physiological proceses, the environmental effects on diet, activity and fecundity, and contrasts the strategies of aquatic and land-based animals in surviving in this extreme habitat. This unit builds on and develops ideas from two other 'Animals at the extreme' units: The desert environment (S324_1) and Hibernation and torpor (S324_2). This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.

  • Welcome to the "Setting Sails" podcast, hosted by Dr. Alexandra Jansky. Dive into the heart of a rapidly evolving landscape where Generative Artificial Intelligence (GenAI) is reshaping the way we think about teaching and learning. Each week, join Alexandra and a diverse panel of experts, enthusiasts, and critics as they tackle the most pressing ethical questions and explore the real impacts of AI on education. From the potential challenges to writing skills to the vast opportunities for increasing accessibility in higher education, this podcast is your go-to resource for understanding and navigating the integration of AI in educational practices. Whether you're an AI skeptic, an avid user, or an educator looking to adapt, our series promises to equip you with the necessary insights to contribute to a future where education is inclusive, effective, and thoughtfully enhanced by AI. Tune in here or on your favorite streaming platform to be part of the conversation that is shaping the future of education.

  • Explore the chemistry of our common human experience in Zwittering On. Each week, hosts Mariama Ifode-Blease and Sam Dada welcome a student to interview a guest expert on the chemistry behind a different topic each week. We want to uncover how chemistry affects our everyday lives by breaking down the science so anyone can understand.

    The world needs chemists more than ever. Will you join in our conversation?

    Series 1 is releasing every Tuesday between February 6th to March 26th 2024.

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