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A podcast dedicated to all things quantitative, ranging from the relevant to the highly irrelevant. Co-hosts Patrick Curran and Greg Hancock talk about serious statistical topics, but without taking themselves too seriously. Think: CarTalk hi-jacked by the two grumpy old guys from the Muppets, grousing about quantitative methods, statistics, and data analysis, all presented to you with the production value of a 6th grade school project. But in a good way.
 
Scientific Sense ® is a daily podcast focused on Science and Economics. We talk with the world's leading academics about their research and emerging ideas in a variety of domains. The conversation is unstructured and unscripted. The host, Gill Eapen, has over 30 years of experience in various areas in Economics, Science, Technology, and Business. Decision Options ®, the firm he founded in 2001, is a leader in AI applications for decision-making. Mr. Eapen is the author of two textbooks and a ...
 
The official podcast of Freedom Scientific, leaders in assistive technology for blind people and those with low vision. Hosted by John and Larry Gasman, FSCast features news, interviews, and product demonstrations relating to Freedom Scientific products such as JAWS and ZoomText. FSCast is a great way to make the most of the products you have as well as learning about what's new and what's around the corner.
 
Leading science journalists provide a daily minute commentary on some of the most interesting developments in the world of science. For a full-length, weekly podcast you can subscribe to Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American . To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
Is it dangerous to wake a sleepwalker? Is it a good idea to pee on your leg after a jellyfish sting? Join biologists Camden and Margaret as they explore and address these scientific misconceptions and many more! With new episodes every two weeks, join the discussion of scientific misconceptions, with the hope of you learning something you didn’t already know about the world! If you have scientific misconceptions that you’d like explained or want to provide feedback to us, please email us at ...
 
Frolic on the precipice of discovery, rouse your curious mind and expand self-awareness as Jason and Steve take you on an educational, yet hilarious journey through an explorative stew of mystical, historic, cultural and scientific all while enjoying some frosty pints. Prepare to laugh, learn, and enter into an introspective reverie as they ascertain topics that have always intrigued you whether you know it or not. Are you not ascertained? Are you not ascertained? You will be.
 
It’s almost impossible to overstate how many aspects of daily life are impacted by science. From technologies that help ensure the quality of the water we drink, to medicines that deliver lifesaving treatments – it’s all thanks to science. Each month, join Ron O’Brien, a science enthusiast from Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science, as he talks to experts who are on the cutting-edge of redefining how we exist. This is Science with a Twist.
 
The ID The Future (IDTF) podcast carries on Discovery Institute's mission of exploring the issues central to evolution and intelligent design. IDTF is a short podcast providing you with the most current news and views on evolution and ID. IDTF delivers brief interviews with key scientists and scholars developing the theory of ID, as well as insightful commentary from Discovery Institute senior fellows and staff on the scientific, educational and legal aspects of the debate.
 
Science Talk is a weekly science audio show covering the latest in the world of science and technology. Join Steve Mirsky each week as he explores cutting-edge breakthroughs and controversial issues with leading scientists and journalists. He is also an articles editor and columnist at Scientific American magazine. His column, "Antigravity," is one of science writing's great humor venues. Also check our daily podcast from Scientific American : "60-Second Science." To view all of our archived ...
 
Host Moxie LaBouche brings you a weekly half-hour of things you didn't know, things you thought you knew, and things you never knew you never knew. Topics range from the history of nursing to the Balinese funeral rite David Bowie requested, from the origin of the Vulcan salute to the theft of Canada's strategic maple syrup reserve. This is your brain on facts. yourbrainonfacts.com
 
This is a continuous flow of episodes consisting of Len reading chapters (or parts of) to provide a source of information for interested followers. Each book is a series of 10 to 18 episodes. You can scan up from the first reading of the podcast from his book with George Sibbald, "The Tribal Knowledge Paradigm". Then he will read from his book Tribal Knowledge Innovation - Terms, Phrases and Concepts" which is an overview of the various terms and such that he uses in his problem solving sess ...
 
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Observations of fast radio bursts at frequencies down to 400 megahertz, A second source of repeating fast radio bursts, and A bright millisecond-duration radio burst from a Galactic magnetar in the Milky Way. Prof. Kiyoshi Masui is assistant professor of Physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He works to understand fundamental physics an…
 
Many electronics manufacturers are making it harder and harder for individuals and independent repairers to fix their broken kit. There are claims that programmed obsolescence is alive and well, with mobile phone batteries designed to wear out after just 400 charges. The manufacturers say it's for safety or security reasons, but it drives the consu…
 
Throbbing head, nausea, dizziness, disturbed vision – just some of the disabling symptoms that can strike during a migraine attack. This neurological condition is far more common than you might think, affecting more people than diabetes, epilepsy and asthma combined.While medications, to help relieve the symptoms of migraine, have been around for s…
 
Nebu & Ulys discuss Ulys's cult #TopoLife by Topo Chico. Before the Cavity Giant Coca Cola bought Topo Chico, they got in hot water for having too many radioactive beta particles in their 'mineral' water. Was Ulys having a hard time reading plain words because of #BetaHigh? Nebu wants to join the cult, proclaiming 'I just like the drink,' insisting…
 
On FSCast 198, what it takes to make astronomy accessible to people who are blind or low vision. We’ll meet Kate Meredith, President of GLAS Education, and two students involved with the project, to hear how it all came together. Then a visit with legendary GPS pioneer Mike May to hear about his life, and learn what’s new in indoor wayfinding. Tran…
 
In this episode, Jim and Derek are joined by Aly to discuss how society might be different if it was composed entirely of invisible people. And yes, we're just going to assume invisible people would work. It makes it easier. Then, we dive into a thought experiment as we discuss what our individual Pokémon gyms would look like. Panelists: Jim, Derek…
 
Brian Deer is an award-winning investigative journalist best known for his coverage of the pharmaceutical industry. In this episode, he and Peter discuss the content of his book, The Doctor Who Fooled the World: Science, Deception, and the War on Vaccines, which exposes the complex and disturbing story behind the infamous 1998 Lancet paper by Andre…
 
In this unscripted episode, we take a look at the announced results from the Muon g-2 experiment recently performed at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. We examine what it means for the Standard Model of Particle Physics along with the importance of doing science with the goal of falsifying presently accepted models and theories rather tha…
 
Cytobacteria?, Invisible Fences, Jurassic Garden, Zee Deeehnay, Branching Worms, Simulated Impact, COVID Update, 1 To 3, Baby Mantis Punch, Holographic Histopathology, Fertility Feed, Bat Senses, Seat Of Consciousness, Cinco de Mayo Science News... The post 05 May, 2021 – Episode 823 – Cinco de Mayo Science Salsa! appeared first on This Week in Sci…
 
On this ID the Future from the vault, hear the final segment of Bill Dembski’s appearance on the Gilmore & Glahn radio show. Dembski and John Gilmore continue their discussion of advances being made behind the scenes in the overall scientific debate, and the inevitable demise of Darwinian evolution as the predominant theory in life sciences. Source…
 
Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series: COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American ’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the essential developments in the pandemic: from vaccines to new variants and everything in between.By Josh Fischman,Tanya Lewis,Jeffery DelViscio
 
This week we get to hear Marie Curie’s birthname properly pronounced, curtesy of listener Max (thanks!). One more of us are getting the vaccine and so do pregnant women in Germany. We hear about Pope Francis’ battle against corrupt cardinals and then we get into the news: - Discussions about rules for vaccinated and vaccination jealousy - Ferngespr…
 
On this episode of Science With a Twist, Ron O’Brien interviews Matthew Moon, a CAR-T cell therapy recipient who was able to beat leukemia thanks to the advances in the field. Matthew and Ron discuss the timeline of health-related events that led to Matthew’s diagnosis and his unique journey to find a life-saving cell therapy clinical trial. After …
 
On today’s ID the Future Tom Gilson–author, senior editor with The Stream, and occasional contributor to Evolution News & Science Today–tackles the question of how best to discuss intelligent design with friends and associates skeptical of ID. There is so much misinformation about the theory of intelligent design that many well-intended people reje…
 
The neural circuitry supporting successful spatial navigation despite variable movement speeds, how the retrosplenial cortex helps us navigate and how it is altered in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, and Running speed alters the frequency of hippocampal gamma oscillations. Prof. Omar Ahmed is an Assistant Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience…
 
Daniel Carpenter is one of the world’s leading experts on regulation and the foremost expert on the US Food and Drug Administration. A professor of Government at Harvard University, he’s conducted extensive research on regulation and government organizations, as well as on the development of political institutions in the United States. His latest b…
 
First, Jake presses senior Biden adviser Anita Dunn on the state of infrastructure negotiations. Next, Jake talks to Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine about President Biden’s outreach to Republicans and the state of the Republican Party. Then, Cindy McCain joins Jake to discuss her new memoir and life with the late Sen. John McCain. Finally, J…
 
In this episode Patrick and Greg construct a deconstruction of the construct of construct validity. Constructively. Along the way they also discuss Jacques, sheep STDs, Bill Clinton, college admissions, touching a giant turtle, butwinking, cadaver bingo, nomological networks, teen spirit, playing drop-the-hanky, ticket to the prom, and lipstick on …
 
You will notice that we don’t call this the “Innovation” Review Board but the “Change” Review Board. Although the CRB manages the ideas that are submitted to it, when they are completed they become innovations or one of the four types of innovation: incremental, disruptive, organizational and new business structure. In a typical distribution 85% of…
 
The CRB is the CEO’s mechanism to manage change and encourage ideas. In the Quantum Leap Company, the CEO has three newly defined job responsibilities: 1) managing change, 2) coordinating ideas of innovation and 3) searching for the next energy infusion initiative. The CRB helps the CEO with two of those functions (change and ideas), and it is amaz…
 
On today’s ID the Future, physicist Brian Miller continues his conversation with host Eric Anderson. Here they explore more problems facing the idea that life began as strings of RNA. In their discussion of the RNA World Hypothesis and the origin of life generally, they touch on ideas advanced by Jeremy England, Jack Shostak, Nick Lane, Helen Hansm…
 
Migraine-associated gene expression in cell types of the central and peripheral nervous system, Predicting erenumab adverse events with single-cell genomics, and Transcriptional Reprogramming of Distinct Peripheral Sensory Neuron Subtypes after Axonal Injury Prof. William Renthal is the Director of Research at the John Graham Headache Center at Bri…
 
As a corollary to the major War on Waste Paradox, consider this. Why is it that companies care about their people but don’t care about what they know? I call these little gems, “War on Waste Paradox Corollaries.” The greatest waste is the mind. A mind is a terrible thing to waste. And that is what this book is really about. Enjoy, Len…
 
In this chapter, we find that Bonnie has some Tribal Knowledge that is clearly untapped. When challenged with a problem, she brings up her credentials and contributes to a great idea. It represents another example of unused Tribal Knowledge. It is present in the company the minute that Bonnie joined. But then it sits untapped. When we try to get a …
 
Historically, the 80/20 Rule was the greatest tool in our bag of tricks before we discovered the 5/67 rule. The 80/20 rule tells us that 80% of revenues comes from 20% of customers, 80% of customer problem calls come from 20% of customers (hopefully they aren’t the same as the customers generating 80% of the revenues) and so forth. I remember learn…
 
Paul Offit is a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases and an expert in virology and vaccine development. He currently serves on the FDA committee evaluating COVID-19 vaccines. In this episode, Paul’s second appearance on The Drive, he provides an update on all the SARS-CoV-2 vaccines currently deployed, explains why the concerns raised a…
 
Van der Waals heterostructure polaritons with moiré-induced nonlinearity, Polariton Laser in the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer Regime, and Emergence of microfrequency comb via limit cycles in dissipatively coupled condensates Prof. Hui Deng is Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. Her research centers on the discovery, creation, control a…
 
This week we first chat a bit and celebrate that we finally have new dates for QED, the fantastic skeptical conference in Manchester, before we mark that it is 35 years this week since the Chernobyl disaster. We hear about Pope Francis’ impossible gig and then we have a Covid-19 update before we dig into the news: - Study explores AstraZeneca vacci…
 
On this ID the Future from the vault, William Dembski continues his conversation on the Gilmore & Glahn radio show. Host John Gilmore and Dembski, a philosopher, mathematician, and ID pioneer, cover a wide range of topics, including the state of the intelligent design movement, where the science is headed, Dembski’s controversial ID talk at the Uni…
 
Mars Milestones, Whey To Go, Whale Speak, Malaria Success, Bacterial Biofilms, Anti-Stars?, COVID Update, Sponge Tracks, Fruit Fly Marathoners, Antibiotic Time Bomb, New Nomenclature, Drug-Finding Tool, Lost Identity, And Much More... The post 28 April, 2021 – Episode 822 – This Show is Totally Reasonable appeared first on This Week in Science - Th…
 
We love our electronic gadgets, gizmos and appliances. But when it comes to repairing and caring for them, UK citizens are second only to Norway when it comes to producing electronic waste. We have a culture of buying single-use, throwaway, cheaper-the-better, irreparable electronic goods. But the Age of Consumerism is over. If the kettles, toaster…
 
Quantum mechanics versus macroscopic realism: Is the flux there when nobody looks? Prof. Anupam Garg is professor of Physics and Astronomy at Northwestern University. His current research interests center around quantum phenomena involving the orientational degree of freedom of spin angular momentum. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/s…
 
In today’s ID the Future historian Richard Weikart (Cal State Stanislaus) dissects a new Cambridge University Press book on social Darwinism by Jeffrey O’Connell and Michael Ruse. Weikart, author of Hitler’s Ethic, From Darwin to Hitler, Hitler’s Religion, and The Death of Humanity,* says that a major shortcoming of the new book is the authors’ att…
 
Lucy Cooke aka "Sleeping Lucy" was a famous clairvoyant physician who would heal people while in trance. She is credited with healing hundreds of patients and also could recover lost items, and provide other mystical services. And on today's show she takes her skills to the best podcast in all the land - Serial Podcast. Kidding, she's on Grognostic…
 
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