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SciShow Tangents is the lightly competitive knowledge showcase from the geniuses behind the YouTube series SciShow. Every Tuesday, join Hank Green, Ceri Riley, Stefan Chin, and Sam Schultz as they try to one-up and amaze each other with weird and funny scientific research... while not getting distracted. There will be tangents about video games, music, weird smells, surprisingly deep insights about life, and of course, poop, but it always comes back to the science.
 
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.
 
Jen Lumanlan always thought infancy would be the hardest part of parenting. Now she has a toddler and finds a whole new set of tools are needed, there are hundreds of books to read, and academic research to uncover that would otherwise never see the light of day. Join her on her journey to get a Masters in Psychology focusing on Child Development, as she researches topics of interest to parents of toddlers and preschoolers from all angles, and suggests tools parents can use to help kids thri ...
 
Life's not easy for Doug Eiffel, the communications officer for the U.S.S. Hephaestus Research Station, currently on Day 448 of its orbit around red dwarf star Wolf 359. He's stuck on a scientific survey mission of indeterminate length, 7.8 light years from Earth. His only company on board the station are stern mission chief Minkowski, insane science officer Hilbert, and Hephaestus Station's sentient, often malfunctioning operating system Hera. He doesn't have much to do for his job other th ...
 
Welcome to the Nature Research Soundcloud page! Here you will find our weekly Nature podcast - featuring highlighted content from the week's edition of Nature, including interviews with the people behind the science, and in-depth commentary and analysis from journalists covering science around the world. Springer Nature publishes journals and online databases across the life, physical and applied sciences and clinical medicine. Nature is the world's foremost weekly scientific journal and is ...
 
Laugh while you learn, as the classic game of telephone is repurposed for scientific research. Each episode, one scientist explains their research to a comedian, who then has to explain it to the next comedian, and so on until it's almost unrecognizable. See what sticks and what changes, with a rotating cast of brilliant scientists and hysterical comedians.
 
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World web ...
 
New scientific developments are transforming the future of cancer treatment and care. Hosted by world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist Dr. John Leonard, CancerCast is your window into research breakthroughs, innovative therapies and honest accounts of living with and beyond cancer. Questions or suggestions? Email us at cancercast@med.cornell.edu.
 
Move more of your body more often and in more interesting ways with the Get-Fit Guy! If you want to begin an exercise routine and don't know where to start, or if you've been working out for a while and aren't getting the results you want, host Brock Armstrong will give you the tips you need to reach your fitness and movement goals. Get expert information on the latest fitness trends and advice on everything from toning your arms to running a 5K or simply building more movement into your day ...
 
Set in the heart of Scripps Research (California), this podcast highlights fascinating areas of current research, explores relevant scientific career paths and discusses wider topics in science and technology. Your host: Drew Duglan -Further descriptions and more detailed show notes can be found on the pages of each individual episode- You can also listen on Spotify and Apple/Google Podcasts Follow us on social media for more updates: @scrippsresearch on Twitter and Instagram @ScrippsResearc ...
 
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 decisionmaking. Mr. Eapen is the author of two textbooks and a ...
 
On this podcast focused on health and human longevity, Dr. Jeffrey R. Gladden, MD, FACC, and host Mark Young examine the latest scientific research, technology and bio-hacks to uncover the truth about the human body’s potential for extending both life and health span well past the what most people accept as biological fact.
 
Nature Boy is a general science show hosted by four PhD graduate students studying plant biology at UC Riverside. Join Michael, Marschal, Jon, and Jess the first Sunday of each month as research from varied fields is discussed, made digestible, and often criticized. An irreverent look at the often over revered field of scientific research.
 
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Featuring a discussion of novel agents under investigation in multiple myeloma with Dr Peter Voorhees, including the following topics: Novel Agents in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma (MM) — Peter Voorhees, MD (0:00) Mechanism of action of the novel peptide-drug conjugate melflufen; spectrum of treatment-related adverse events (28:30) Activity …
 
The great Jay Ingram returns to the show to talk about his latest book The Science of Why 5 and for a discussion on science communication in a pandemic. Jay is a long-time science communicator, broadcaster, author and host of two iconic, Canadian science programs, Quirks and Quarks on CBC Radio and Daily Planet on Discovery Channel Canada. Now, asi…
 
Season 2 of SciShow Tangents is coming to a close, and to celebrate, we’re honoring each of our panelists with episodes about their favorite things! We’re starting, of course, with our fearless leader and professional liker-of-strange-and-amazing-things: Hank! At the end of the month, we'll be naming the winner of this season and announcing the new…
 
Whether you want to get back in shape or you're focused on getting in shape for the very first time, fitness begins with starting where you are and then setting reasonable goals you'll truly enjoy working toward. We want to know how Get-Fit Guy can help you reach your fitness goals! Take the Get-Fit Guy survey (https://bit.ly/gfgsurvey2020) Read th…
 
Gravitational Waves, Black hole mergers, Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and upcoming space based LISA project. Prof Daniel Holz is a professor of Physics, Astronomy & Astrophysics at the University of Chicago, the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics. His research focuses on general re…
 
ASCO: You’re listening to a podcast from Cancer.Net. This cancer information website is produced by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, known as ASCO, the world’s leading professional organization for doctors who care for people with cancer. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional me…
 
This week we continue our series highlighting the work of the Sausage of Science producers. In this episode Cara chats with assistant producer Delaney Glass, a graduate student at the University of Washington. Delaney is broadly interested in human growth and development within the framework of Life History Theory. Her research currently focuses on…
 
After taking Reggie to the mall for a sleek new feather-cut, Guy and Mindy start to reminisce about other ancient creatures that also had feathers and those that didn't! A trip to the cinemas reveals a heated debate amongst the paleontological community about whether or not the largest creature to ever take to the skies was a feathered friend or a …
 
This episode explores new research, found that molecular fossils extracted from 635-million-year-old rocks aren't the earliest evidence of complex life on Earth, but are instead nothing more than common algae. --- Read this episode’s science poem here. Read the scientific studies that inspired it here and here. Read ‘Hearsay Song’ by John Yau here.…
 
In this guest we're joined by life coach and expert on reparenting Xavier Dagba to discuss the topic of boundaries in parenting. We don't tend to learn much about having boundaries when we're young, because our culture teaches that children shouldn't really need or have them (and those of us who are using respectful parenting approaches are working…
 
Liking, Wanting, and the Incentive-Sensitization Theory of Addiction, A Liking Versus Wanting Perspective on Emotion and the Brain, and The central amygdala recruits mesocorticolimbic circuitry for pursuit of reward or pain Prof. Kent Berridge is a Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Michigan. His research aims for answers…
 
More screen time increases risk of myopiaAustralian Museum Sydney opens following major transformationRare monkey finally namedNSW Premier’s Prize for battery researchNSW Premier’s Prize for research and leadership in medical biological scienceJourney to Australia, then New Holland by Joseph Banks leads to the publication of hundreds of drawings of…
 
Many schools closed in the spring, during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Many opened in the fall. Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about what was learned in spring about how coronavirus spreads in schools that might help keep children safe as cases surge once again.Also this week: What makes leaves f…
 
“My mission is to demystify quantum computing,” says Ilyas Khan, who is founder and chief executive of Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) – a UK-based provider of software for quantum computers. Khan is our guest in this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, and he explains how CQC helps its clients use quantum computers to solve big problems…
 
Hamish Tweed, technical diving instructor and team lead for the Deep Glass Sponge Research Team (@deepglasssponge on Instagram/Facebook) joined to talk about their efforts to document the rare glass sponge reefs off the coast of British Colombia. Hamish was the subject of the documentary Moonless Oasis (check out episode 15 of TBFY In Conversation)…
 
Phil Wolfson MD is the creator of a new psychotherapy modality based on use of the medicine ketamine—Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Phil is the CEO of the non-profit Ketamine Research Foundation and directs the training of KAP practitioners through The Ketamine Training Center—now numbering over 300 practitioners across the US and Internati…
 
Reducing black holes into a fundamental particle, An Effective Field Theory of Quantum Mechanical Black Hole Horizons, Virtual Hawking Radiation, Gravity waves, and LIGO Prof. Ira Rothstein is a professor of Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. He is interested in diverse topics in elementary particle physics, gravity wave physics, astrophysics/c…
 
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