Vetenskap – Australien – Nya podcasts



  • Nature Track is a podcast that opens a window on the beautiful sounds of the Australian wilderness. These long, uninterrupted soundscapes are the perfect relaxing soundtrack for your work, exercise, meditation or sleep. Each unique track is carefully recorded on location in a different part of Australia by the ABC’s nature specialist Ann Jones.

  • Aleks Listens is a podcast about philosophy, politics, race and mental health.

  • Exploring the origins behind great innovations in agriculture in Australia.

  • The Knowledge on Tick podcast is a pipeline dream grown from the 'Melbourne Youth and Social Workers' Facebook Group. Hosted and produced by Josh and Nat, this Podcast brings real life conversations, education and stories surrounding the all-encompassing field of youth and social work.

    Join the group: www.facebook.com/groups/236068416979183

  • Your go to Paediatric Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration podcast run by the Occupational Therapy For Children (OTFC) Group.


    Hosted by Dino Mennillo, the Clinical Director of the OTFC Group and Esther Fong, an OTFC Occupational Therapist, the Integration Station aims to connect parents, caregivers, therapists, health professionals, teachers and students around the globe to explore and celebrate the role of Ayres Sensory Integration when working with children and adolescents. This podcast strives to support and empower parents, caregivers and therapists caring for children with special needs.


    The Integration Station will unpack topics suggested by our listeners with a range of local and international experts in child development. We also hope to provide a platform for families to share their journeys supporting young people living with disability.

  • A podcast by two therapists.

    Every episode, we sit down with experts in mental health research to hear about their work, and why it matters. It’s more than just describing a study, or reading a paper - these are real conversations about good science.

    We’re here to make it easier to bring the science to your therapy.

  • Here at My Rain Gauge is Busted we talk about all things climate and farming, and explore stories from farmers, researchers and innovative folks, about our weather, the seasons and the climate, about what's normal and what isn't, and the great work underway that is well setting us up for the future.

  • Feral animals and invasive plants, fish and birds cost Australia billions of dollars in management and lost production. They also impose a heavy burden on the environment. In this podcast series brought to you by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions, join former ABC Landline and award-winning rural journalist Prue Adams as she talks with a range of super interesting researchers and personalities who are at the forefront of the fight against ferals.

  • The Conservation K9 Podcast celebrates the dog teams protecting the natural world. Hosted by working dog trainer and handler James Davis.

  • In an effort to build connection and unify, Genna Chanelle Hayes shares the voices of our earth angels - each deeply committed to healing our world.

  • Are you ready to burst your filter bubble? To hit pause on righteous anger? Principle of Charity injects curiosity and generosity back into difficult conversations, bringing together two expert guests with opposing views on big social issues.


    But here’s the twist: as well as passionately advocating their own views, each guest is challenged to present the best, most generous version of the other’s argument.


    This unique format comes from an ancient idea - the principle of charity - which tells us to seek the truth, not to win the fight; to truly understand the other before we instinctively reject them.


    The podcast is hosted by Emile Sherman and Lloyd Vogelman. Emile is an Academy and Emmy Award-winning film & TV producer who’s obsessively curious about ideas and holds onto the naïve belief that a generous conversion is still the best way to get to the truth. Lloyd has a doctorate in psychology, spent years as a leader in the fight against apartheid before building reconciliation in South Africa, and describes himself as a recovering extremist who’s passionate about the potential to change our minds.


    You can be part of the discussion @PofCharity on Twitter, @PrincipleofCharity on Facebook and @PrincipleofCharityPodcast on Instagram.


    You can find Emile at: @EmileSherman on Twitter, @EmileSherman on Linkedin,


    You can find Lloyd at: @Lloydvogelman on Linkedin

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    Produced by Jonah Primo @Jonahprimo on Instagram.



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  • "Because I said so!" is the most common conversation-stopper used by parents all over the world , but Australian-based Lem and Nazanin make it a conversation-starter in their often funny, sometimes cheeky podcast about identity, morality and finding independence when you live in a different world from the one your parents grew up in.

  • Explore the biggest questions in science at World Science Festival Brisbane.

  • This Pathological Life Podcast

    Every disease has its own story to tell - Dr Travis Brown

    The podcast series “This Pathological Life” brings to life the spectrum of general pathology topics by delving into each through the lens of historical aspects of disease, community impact of chronic illness, study or research threads, and topical areas of interest. 

    Podcast host Steve Davis is joined by our resident Pathologist Dr Travis Brown. Dr Travis Brown is a General Pathologist who enjoys working in the fields of Biochemistry, Microbiology, Anatomical Pathology, and Haematology.

    Our podcast host Steve Davis, is a seasoned radio interviewer and podcaster. Aside from running his own marketing company, he is a public speaker, stand-up comedian and journalist.

    We share episodes such as ‘A pox on both your houses.’, ‘A pathological addiction’, 'De Slag om Gluten (Dutch)', 'A smear in time (saves lives)' and quite simply, 'What is pathology anyway?'

  • Disabled, Former MP, Councillor and author: A Socialist who wants people to survive and have a better life. Resist and join the struggle!

  • Science, innovation and startups - Featuring big ideas from Australia's leading researchers and entrepreneurs.

  • The MTPConnect Podcast Series connects with the people and the issues behind Australia’s growing medical technologies, biotechnologies and pharmaceuticals sector.

  • Currently studying psychology? Early career forensic psychologist? Interested in the work of forensic psychologists?
    Welcome to Forensic Minds - Australia. A forensic psychology podcast. Hosted by the Australian Psychological Society - College of Forensic Psychologists.

    @forensicmindspodcast

    Credits:
    Music – Tyops https://freesound.org/s/402273/
    Cover Art – Bradley Reich

  • All things ovine, sheep farming and learning more about sheep and shepherding. Learn about breeding animals and being a sheep farmer.

  • Plant Breeding Stories spotlights the individuals within the plant breeding world. We talk to breeders, scientists and entrepreneurs looking at what they do, what makes them tick, and what fascinates them about the world of plants. We’ll be highlighting some of the challenges faced in agriculture today, including government regulations, climate change, and changing consumer demands.

    The show is hosted by Hannah Senior of PBS International – world leaders in pollination control. PBS International design and produce specialist pollination bags and tents used by plant breeders and seed producers all around the world.

    Hannah shares some unique perspectives given by key industry influencers about how plant breeding affects our diets, farming systems and the environment.