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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
Where technology, science, politics, economy & society meet - think, learn and be entertained a little along the way! Bi-weekly interviews, discussions and latest topics & events that you should know about presented in an interdisciplinary way! GARI is a research institute that uses advanced technology, such as AI with Big Data, to visualise, understand and create the ability to manage globalisation.
 
Urbanomic is a publisher and arts organization based in the UK. Our aims are: to act as an advocate for philosophical thinking as a creative practice, and for the continuing cultural importance of philosophy; to support research activities addressing crucial issues that do not fall under any one discipline or practice; to present to the public the results of that research, and an insight into the research process itself, through a variety of media; to engender interdisciplinary thinking and ...
 
Based at the University of California, Irvine, UCHRI offers competitive grant programs and leads externally-funded initiatives that support experimental, collaborative, interdisciplinary research and pedagogy across the University of California system and within the larger communities these campuses inhabit.
 
In Common explores the connections between humans, their environment and each other through stories told by scholars and practitioners. In-depth interviews and methods webinars explore interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work on commons governance, conservation and development, social-ecological resilience, and sustainability.
 
This podcast series features recordings of academic papers from workshops, conferences and seminars in the University College Dublin Humanities Institute. The UCD Humanities Institute provides a creative architectural and conceptual space for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and allied disciplines. The Institute forms an integral element within UCD's strategic mission to develop as a research intensive university and has set itself the objective of enhancing the critical mass and ...
 
The Institute for the Arts and Humanities serves as UNC-Chapel Hill’s faculty home for interdisciplinary conversation and collaboration. The IAH supports its mission through its commitment to three interrelated areas of faculty life: scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. The IAH podcast features in-depth conversations with Fellows. The owl tops Hyde Hall, our Franklin Street home.
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
TOA is Europe’s leading technology festival. Our mission is to help people, organisations and the planet become futureproof. Aim high, right?! In this podcast we will give you context around the latest trends so you can make better decisions moving forward. Subscribe for unquarantined ideas and learnings from leaders across the field.
 
Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for intersectional politics. Hosting critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show draws upon Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left critique and practice. Money on the Left is the official podcast of the Modern Money Network’s Humanities Division. It is hosted by William Saas, Maxximilian Seijo and ...
 
Education, Sports, Faith & Everything In Between Originating from News Talk 94.1 the show deals with community issues and interests that affect listeners closer to home. With topics from major events across the nation and how they impact our area to interesting people and figures from across the Upper Cumberland. Local Matters is where local, matters. Covering the issues that matter to you. Every weekday.
 
The Richardson Institute is the oldest Peace Studies centre in the UK and was established in 1959 in the spirit of the Quaker scientist, Lewis Fry Richardson. The Richardson Institute is an interdisciplinary forum for research on peace and conflict based within the Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion at Lancaster University. Run by Dr Simon Mabon, the Institute has a number of podcasts available on this channel. The first is SEPADPod, part of SEPAD, the Sectarianism, Proxies and ...
 
What's the latest in science these days? How can scientific advances help improve our world? And what's it like to be a scientist, anyway? Every two weeks we delve into the intersections between science, technology, and society, featuring guest researchers who present a fresh perspective on their work, what goes on behind the scenes, and the latest developments in their fields. Transcripts available: www.bluesci.co.uk/category/podcast/ Brought to you by the Cambridge University Science Magaz ...
 
Writing Westward features conversations with writers and scholars of the North American West. Hosted by Brenden W. Rensink, it is a production of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University. The Redd Center is an interdisciplinary research center committed to increasing knowledge and understanding of the American West. Dr. Brenden W. Rensink is Associate Director of the Redd Center, an Associate Professor of History at BYU, General Editor of the Intermountain Hist ...
 
Turning Heads is a podcast made by the 2020-2021 fourth-year audiology (Au.D.) externs at The American Institute of Balance. We have a very unique opportunity here at AIB because we work almost exclusively with vestibular assessment and management. As clinicians who have shifted their focus towards dizziness, balance, and equilibrium, our goal is to provide resources to enhance your professional toolkit. We want to invite you to discuss the possibilities of our future as audiologists.Content ...
 
Is something taking over your brain? Zombified is a new podcast about how we are vulnerable to being hijacked by things that are not us. From microbes hijacking behavior, to humans influencing each other, to our brains being taken over by social media, we talk about why zombification happens, why we are susceptible to it, and what we can do about it. Hosted by Dr. Athena Aktipis, a Psychology Professor at Arizona State University and the founder of the Zombie Apocalypse Medicine Alliance, an ...
 
Founded in 1975 and published biannually, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs is the student-managed foreign policy journal at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. The publication provides a broad, interdisciplinary platform for analysis of legal, political, economic, environmental, and diplomatic issues in international affairs. The Fletcher Forum podcast will serve as another avenue for The Fletcher Forum and will feature interviews, roundtable discussions, and debates centered around ...
 
The Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR) is the research division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Europe. Its purpose is to promote problem-centered, interdisciplinary research in international policy by drawing upon the global network of SAIS faculty, students and scholars. BIPR SeminarCasts are made available to the public with the goal of providing a pivotal forum for thought and debate in international public policy.
 
On Scholars & Saints we'll explore some of the most pressing issues and cutting-edge methods in Mormon Studies, and put them in conversation with scholarship from the discipline of Religious Studies. You might be wondering, what is Mormon Studies? Mormon Studies refers to the broad interdisciplinary efforts of scholars both within and outside the Latter Day Saint tradition to understand the religion founded by Joseph Smith, Jr. in 1830. Mormonism includes well known branches like the The Chu ...
 
The mixed blessing of the digital age has reached a turning point in what some have called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. My Digital Self, with host Matthew Foley, explores digital technology as it affects the interrelation of human rights, property rights, privacy, and money. Will emerging blockchain technologies enable us to take back our privacy, own our identity and use non-sovereign digital currency, known as cryptocurrency, to engage in commerce? Listen to discussions with guests wh ...
 
The Young Academy of Sweden is a interdisciplinary academy for a selection of the most prominent, younger researchers in Sweden. Its operations rest on four pillars: internationalization, outreach, science policy, and transdisciplinarity. The Academy is an independent platform that provides younger researchers with a strong voice in the science policy debate and that promotes science and research, often focusing on children and young adults. In the Academy young researchers meet across insti ...
 
What is the nature of the human mind? The Emory Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture (CMBC) brings together scholars and researchers from diverse fields and perspectives to seek new answers to this fundamental question. Neuroscientists, cognitive psychologists, biological and cultural anthropologists, sociologists, geneticists, behavioral scientists, computer scientists, linguists, philosophers, artists, writers, and historians all pursue an understanding of the human mind, but institutional ...
 
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Bob Bell sits down with Dr. Steven Frye, Director of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies at Tennessee Tech University. They discuss the goals of the Interdisciplinary Studies program, its students, community college partnerships, as well as religious studies.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.…
 
Michael Detwiler talks with Jason Yarbrough, Lead Pastor at Trinity Algood. They discuss his initial departure from Trinity Algood in 2002, what brought him back in 2020, the challenges and surprises that he encountered while coming back, and potential changes and updates coming to the Trinity Algood campus.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcas…
 
This ‘Insight’ episode is from full episode 37, where Michael and Stefan interview Jessica Cockburn. Jessica is a Lecturer in Environmental Science at Rhodes University in South Africa. Jessica identifies as a "pracademic" who often works with local partners to explore how actors across a variety of contexts interact to address sustainability chall…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Dylan Baun, Assistant Professor of History at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Dylan is the author of Winning Lebanon: Youth Politics, Populism, and the Production of Sectarian Violence, 1920-1958 (Cambridge University Press, 2020). On this episode Simon and Dylan speak about Winning Lebanon and…
 
Area studies often are defined by their object of inquiry in substantive terms: the study of a more or less defined set of cultural characteristics or civilizations encompassed in a historical, geographical, or linguistic horizon. Among these, one of the area studies that first emerged was Jewish studies, which focuses on the study of Judaism and J…
 
Ben Rodgers sits down with President Lynn McHenry, and Vice President Larry Rodgers of the Double Springs Utility District & Board in Putnam County. They discuss the history of the board and the needs that led to its inception, how utility districts work in Putnam County, as well as addressing some of the common questions and complaints that come i…
 
Turning Heads is a podcast made for students, by students, at The American Institute of Balance. We have a very unique opportunity here at AIB because we work almost exclusively with vestibular assessment and management. As clinicians who have shifted their focus towards dizziness, balance, and equilibrium, our goal is to provide resources to enhan…
 
In this episode: 00:44 An increase in survival rates The COVID-19 mortality rate is falling around the world. We discuss the reasons behind this – the role of new drugs, the treatment strategies the have been learned, or re-learned, and the ever-present worry that these hard won victories could be undone by rising infection rates. News Feature: Why…
 
Dr. Charles Womack talks with Michael Cooper and Katie Neal, public health educators with the Putnam County Health Department. They discuss the benefits of exercise, and offer exercise recommendations for people in the Upper Cumberland, including seniors and children.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.…
 
Scientists have grave concerns over ethical and societal impacts of facial-recognition technology. In this surveillance special, we dig into the details. In this episode: 03:24 Standing up against ‘smart cities’ Cities across the globe are installing thousands of surveillance cameras equipped with facial recognition technology. Although marketed as…
 
Tiffany Anton sits down with Jeff Brown, President of the Biz Foundry, Michael Aikens, Director of the Center For Rural Innovation at Tennessee Tech University, and Tyler Asher, Director of the Small Business Development Center. They discuss how the Local Business Resource Collective came to be, and the resources that are available for small busine…
 
One of the more-ignored occurrences of our previous election day was the vast number of criminal justice reform referendums that passed. Aaron and Austin review several state questions, propositions, and other efforts aimed at reform, evaluating their practicality, effectiveness, and overall usefulness for the cause. Opinions are also given about g…
 
This insight episode is taken from episode 46, where Michael spoke with Jon Parker. John is a sociologist of science and a program director at the National Science Foundation (NSF) within its division of social and economic sciences. John’s website and google scholar pages: http://john-parker-wg6d.squarespace.com/ https://scholar.google.com/citatio…
 
Michael Detwiler meets with Phil Adams, Director of Sales at J&S Construction in Cookeville, and Chairman of the Putnam County Election Commission. They discuss why he came to Cookeville from Texas, the projects that he has going on at J&S Construction, and the work that he does as Chairman of the Election Commission.Listen to the latest Local Matt…
 
Facebook & US elections update EU (& US!) vs Amazon on antitrust violations & anti-competitive behaviour Beijing drafts unprecedented antitrust rules for it’s Big Tech in a first attempt to curb the power of monopolies EU’s new budget & what does it mean for SMEs & generally research, technology, innovation, AI & more? A European shared data cloud?…
 
This week we speak to Dr Giorgio Divitini, the Advanced TEM Officer in the High Resolution Electron Microscopy Group in the Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge. Giorgio tells us about the background, history and science of electron microscopy, as well as the incredible architectural processes that must take p…
 
How are Brazil and Australia connected by global flows of Pentecostalism? In this episode, Dr. Cristina Rocha shares her work on transnational Christian communities in Australia. The movement of goods, ideas, people, and culture between Brazil and Australia in the last century has meant thriving transnational communities in the Southern hemisphere.…
 
Pastor Ron Allen and Dwight Henry discuss spiritual matters and how they impact daily life. This week, they discuss how to increase and grow to achieve your visions in life through faith, and the lessons taught in scripture.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.By Michael Detwiler, Dr. Bob Bell, Tiffany Anton, Dr. Charles Womack, Ben Rodgers
 
On Thursday and Friday, October 22nd and 23rd, BISR, along with numerous partners, conducted a two-day teach-in and symposium, Empire in Crisis, dedicated to exploring the scope, function, and possible futures of U.S. imperialism. The 45th episode of the Podcast for Social Research is a recording of Friday's introductory teach-in session: "Empire a…
 
Jonathan Regnier interviews Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church and Diana Chigas, the co-directors of Corruption Justice and Legitimacy Program (CJL) to discuss why anti-corruption programming needs to engage with social norms and what CJL is currently doing to shift social norms from the periphery to a central component of corruption analysis and anti-corr…
 
New fossil finds and new techniques reveal evidence that early animals were more complex than previously thought. The Cambrian explosion, around 541 million years ago, has long been regarded as a pivotal point in evolutionary history, as this is when the ancient ancestors of most of today’s animals made their first appearances in the fossil record.…
 
A conversation with hiker and author Barney Scout Mann about his book "Journeys North: The Pacific Crest Trail" (Mountaineer Books, 2020). Learn more about Mann at www.barneyscoutmann.com. The Writing Westward Podcast is a production of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University and hosted by Brenden W. Rensink. Subscri…
 
James A. DellaValle, MD, is a graduate of the Drexel University School of Medicine. He is a board-certified in emergency and family medicine, focusing on those in rural areas and under-served populations. Dr. DellaValle served as medical advisor and member of the Board of Trustees of Hands Together, a non-governmental organization (NGO) working wit…
 
Cohosts Will Beaman, Natalie Smith, and Maxximilian Seijo are joined by historian Dan Berger to reflect on the political economy of abolitionism and its critical importance for the Left. Dan Berger (Twitter: @dnbrgr) is an Associate Professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies at the University of Washington at Bothell. Music: “Yum” from “This Would Be …
 
Tiffany Anton meets with B.J. Sullivan, owner of the new BRIK Nutrition in Cookeville. They discuss some of the shakes that they offer, their nutritional value, and what the opening experience was like for this new business.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by Office Mart.By Michael Detwiler, Dr. Bob Bell, Tiffany Anton, Dr. Charles Womack, Ben Rodgers
 
Researchers try to unpick the complex relationship between sensory pollutants and bird reproduction, and how to combat organised crime in fisheries. In this episode: 00:46 Sensory pollution and bird reproduction Light- and noise-pollution have been shown to affect the behaviour of birds. However, it’s been difficult to work out whether these behavi…
 
In this episode we are excited to present our talk with Joy Howard, who has been recently named one of the TOP 50 CMO’s world wide by Forbes. Joy is also known for having strong stands against surveillance marketing of big tech and for calling all marketers to become activists for social change. Joy Howard's career journey is definitely not a conve…
 
Bob Bell talks with Patience Cannon, Principal of Algood Elementary School. They discuss her career in education, the adjustments and procedures the students and faculty have taken to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as how parents can stay connected with what's going on at the school.Listen to the latest Local Matters Podcast… Presented by…
 
The National Research Cloud aims to bring together government, industry & research academia to create a cloud that enables better access to advanced AI technology to universities, research institutions & industry researchers. What would that mean for SMEs & research institutes to afford high-end AI tech? Is the USA losing it's AI edge over China? W…
 
In honor of Armistice/Veteran’s Day this week, Aaron and Jason discuss the political antecedents to the oft-ignored (in American contexts) First World War. The hosts discuss how the century before the war influenced the war’s start, how the war became about Britain and Germany even though neither had anything to do with the events that sparked the …
 
In this episode we all spoke with Frank van Laerhoven, a professor at Utrecht University and co-editor-in-chief of the International Journal of the Commons, a new partner of the In Common podcast. We talked to Frank about his time working for the Food and Agriculture Organization and his transition to academia. Frank discussed his concerns about bo…
 
On this episode of SEPADPod Simon speaks with Stacey Gutkowski is a Senior Lecturer in Conflict Studies and Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of Divided Societies at King’s College London. Stacey is the author of two research monographs, Religion, War and Israel’s Secular Millennials: Being Reasonable? (Manchester University Press, 2020) and …
 
The study of religion has been dominated by two approaches to religious change: the secularisation thesis, and the “lived religion” paradigm. They form a contradictory pair, one stressing decline, and the other stressing innovation. One stresses reason, the other stresses experience – yet both center on the individual as the “source” of religion. W…
 
We’re back in lockdown. So we’re back on air, with some guests, some tunes, some book news, and…some other stuff.Reza Blades and Kilford join us to talk comics and Boltzmann Babies, there are X-Risks with Thomas Moynihan, a reading from Gabriel Catren’s forthcoming ‘Pleromatica’, plus a suspect audio package from Hyperdub’s Steve Goodman aka Kode9,…
 
Victor Pickard joins Money on the Left to discuss the public bases and potentials of money and media in The United States. Professor of Media Policy and Political Economy at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, Pickard is a prolific researcher and author of over one hundred articles and six books on the history …
 
Every product has flaws and some quirks, but are products better if they come from skunkworks? This is Episode 97 of Engineering Word Of The Day, an informal show on favorite, fascinating, or funny words and phrases used in various engineering disciplines. Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pioslabs Listen to the latest episodes, …
 
Astronomers pin down the likely origins of mysterious fast radio bursts, and the latest on what the US election means for science. In this episode: 00:46 The origins of mysterious fast radio bursts The detection of a brief but enormously-powerful radio burst originating from within the Milky Way could help researchers answer one of astronomy’s bigg…
 
The body has always played a central role in Latter-day Saint religious experience: touching, seeing, building, walking, sweating, and even bleeding sculpt the ways Latter-day Saints think about God, the world, and themselves. From the Gold Plates, to the Mormon Trail, to the Salt Lake Temple, Latter-day Saints mark and interpret space in ways that…
 
Who is really behind conspiracy theories? From the idea that the CIA killed Kennedy to the idea that people actually walked on the moon, we’ve all heard conspiracies ranging from the slightly plausible to the downright bizarre. But where do these theories come from? Are they themselves created by some nefarious shadow government? Or do they arise n…
 
The various and sundry hosts of the podcast come together on election day to discuss the least political topic they know, and the only one that helps them keep it together: alcohol. From college mistakes to myths about tequila to discussions of cheap beer, everything BUT the election is discussed. Theme-song information: Music from YouTube Audio Li…
 
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