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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.
A special segment on Money FM 89.3's Breakfast Show that brings you on an exclusive audio journey to the ends of the world, covering in-depth environment, natural history and climate change stories that intertwine with human life on Earth.
The podcast where science meets fiction!
Join Mags and Jen in their discussions of the monthly Scientists Who Read book club books, and conversations about the symbiotic relationship between reading and science.
Welcome to Unchatted Waters, the podcast that talks to the people behind the science.
The Unchatted Waters podcast hopes to bridge the knowledge gap between scientists and all listeners. The only prerequisite is you are curious about science, that’s it!
Keep an ear out for exciting innovation, fun facts and our jargon alarm will help us explain any technical information…
Delve into groundbreaking bioeconomic insights and revelations with podcast host Hailey Ciantar and podcast editor and producer Rita Escórcio. Through a series of interviews, you will learn about bioeconomy's presence in various sectors.
Our creators are among the EU bioeconomy youth ambassadors, a group of 15 outstanding young minds chosen by the European Commission. Their mission is to educate, act, and engage stakeholders on the role of bioeconomy to tackle the climate crisis and protect nature.
This podcast was kindly funded by BioBeo, a EC Horizon Europe project.
Unravel the business of science with BioSpace. We dive into biopharma's top stories and biggest challenges, whether it’s layoffs, pipeline shake-ups, acquisitions, new FDA approvals or how to regulate AI in drug development.
Discover Gene Therapy Insights - your portal to the cutting-edge world of gene therapy and precision medicine. Our mission is to gather and ignite novel insights that propel the field of genomic medicines forward. Join your host neurogeneticist Elena Buglo, PhD as we explore the growing spectrum of therapeutic targets for gene therapy, the challenges in clinical development, delivery, commercialization and the highlight the monumental breakthroughs with industry experts and thought leaders. Subscribe now for a journey into the future of medicine.
Welcome to Dangerous at Both Ends, Tricky in the Middle.Our podcast is your guide to understanding and dissecting tricky, and potentially dangerous topics of equine behaviour and training. We approach these subjects with a commitment to science, compassion, and constructive dialogue.
In the world of equine behaviour and training, there's a vast sea of information, research, and opinions that can sometimes make your head spin. It can be challenging to sift through it all and distinguish fact from fiction.
So, how do we navigate this?
Well, we've decided to tackle it head-on through candid, informative chats.
We dive deep into the critical topics, exploring different perspectives in an effort to reach well-informed conclusions.
Join us as we demystify the world of horses, separating myths from realities, and empowering you with knowledge to foster a deeper connection with your equine companions.
Tune in to Dangerous at Both Ends, Tricky in the Middle and embark on a journey of discovery with us 🐴🎙️
People are tribal by nature, and scientists are no different. We are a tribe - The Science Tribe. Learn about the people behind the science and technology and how they're working hard to make a positive impact on the world - from Cambridge, UK to you.
Dr Priya Kalia
Springing out of the biology lab into communications strategy, public relations, and writing over 9 years ago, Priya runs her own boutique consultancy, Scitribe, where she works with leaders and their organisations across science, the environment, and technology – ensuring that their exciting stories are heard on a global stage.
Priya has over 12 years of experience in regenerative medicine research. She studied Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto, Canada, has a PhD from University College London, UK, and carried out Postdoctoral research at the University of Cambridge and Kings College London, UK.
Originally from Canada, the UK is Priya's adopted home. She loves reading, spending time in her local community, outdoor swimming, gluten-free baking, and chatting over a lazy Sunday roast.
Note that opinions expressed by podcast participants are theirs and not those of The Science Tribe or SciTribe.
This podcast is a general guideline for information and not a specific tutorial for any specific syllabus; therefore, it should not be relied upon. StudySquare Ltd and any people involved in producing this podcast take no responsibility or liability for any potential errors or omissions regarding this podcast and make no guarantees of any completeness, accuracy, or usefulness of the information contained in this podcast, its structure or its show notes.
Every moment of your life will be from the perspective of a single planet—Planet Earth. You were born here and you will die here. This textbook is a guide to your home, to your place in the universe. By taking this course, you will learn about your home planet: how it works and how we know it works this way. This course is a user's manual for planet Earth, with direct recommendations for future generations, such as yourself, to maintain its health and natural wonders. As an astute student, you will be introduced to the theoretical principles of science and of how to defend yourself from the spread of ignorance. You will learn about Earth’s dimensions and motions, as well as how to navigate its surface. You will learn how energy originates from the closest star (the Sun), its Moon, and other sources of energy in the Earth’s active core and how this energy can be used and stored. You will learn basic scientific principles of matter, the makeup of substances that form the field of chemistry. You will examine the planet’s atmosphere, the air that you are breathing as you read this, and how that air is slowly changing. You will explore the vast abundance of Earth’s water, covering the planet in enormous oceans, abundant lakes, and rivers, as well as frozen water locked within snow and ice. You will learn how to predict wind and storms and how climates shift. You will lead your own exploration of the solid interior of the Earth, the composition of mountains, rocks, and dirt. You will learn about life, the most unique feature of the planet. You will explore theories of how life arose and how it has evolved and changed over time, learning that you are of Earth and the story of your own origin on this planet. You will undertake an examination of the great biomes of jungles, forests, and deserts and the life that exists within them. You will survey the important field of biology as you learn about life and its interactions with the planet. In the end, you will come to face the ominous future of your own planet, of the changes that are now occurring. Your planet is not the same as your ancestors, nor grandparents, nor your parents at your age—Earth today is quickly being altered, and you will need to adapt to this change. This course will teach you how to prepare for this change and how to protect the planet from further alteration to the point that it becomes lifeless. This class will be challenging, but with enough dedication and commitment, you will succeed in learning the material. You will cherish the knowledge presented in this class for the rest of your life.
Hello! And Welcome to The Unstuck Club, the bite sized podcast which helps you to get unstuck and build a life which makes you happy!
Just like having a life coach in your pocket, cheering you on and sending you voice notes to help you navigate life, each episode we’ll dive into a topic to help you to get unstuck, using life coaching tools and happiness psychology and we’ll always end on a question designed to make you pause, think and support you to getting yourself unstuck!
So if you’ve ever felt stuck in your life and found yourself wondering “is this what life’s really all about?” then you’re in the right place!
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Too long didn’t read, brought to you by The Alan Turing Institute, the national institute for data science and AI.
The weekly podcast that reads the week’s big AI stories so you don’t have to.
With new developments in artificial intelligence happening at lightning speed, it can be hard to keep up. That’s where too long didn’t read comes in. We know you’re busy, so we’ll get right to the main points on how breakthroughs in machine learning, neural networks, and other AI systems could impact your life. No AI degree required! We’re not here for hype or fear mongering. Just balanced coverage to keep you up-to-date. Think of us as your shortcut to AI literacy.
Join us as we read between the lines on artificial intelligence every week right here on too long didn’t read.
Un viaje de exploración a la vida en la tierra, donde el océano se une a la selva. Biophilia FM reune las experiencias de biólogos, conservacionistas y naturalistas apasionados por la naturaleza. Nuestros invitados comparten historias del bosque lluvioso tropical, la biodiversidad de los arrecifes coralinos, mindfulness y la observación de aves, la etnobotánica, la bioacústica y muchos otros temas apasionantes de la naturaleza. Si amas a la naturaleza, estas en un buen lugar.
Welcome to an eye-opening bi-weekly podcast that shatters conventional wisdom and explores the world’s biggest questions. Join me as I dive deep into riveting conversations with brilliant scientists and experts, unlocking the secrets of profound systemic change and how to make it a reality.
In a world inundated with reductive and polarising information, we’re here to dismantle misconceptions and disrupt the narratives perpetuated by sensationalised media. Together with my guests, I aim to slow things down from dizzying news-cycles and social media feeds, and create an informative, empowering and emotionally- charged experience for you.
If you have an appetite for nuance, a thirst for knowledge and a hunger for positive change - tune in, explore, and make a positive impact.
Don’t miss a moment. Subscribe now on your preferred platform.
Join the Discussion: Share your thoughts and ideas with us at [email protected].
Wrap up warm and head outside with daily voicenotes filled with calm, joy and wonder for the natural world during the Winter Solstice Advent with Agnes Becker from We Are Stardust.
As an IB biology HL student, I decided to record a podcast for biology in order to record myself first and understand better, then upload this so everyone else who would like to understand biology in a simpler way can listen and enjoy! I hope there will not be any problems with my English too. One thing that I would like to mention is the order of podcast and I would like to apologize about the sequence of unit 6 being first before unit 1 and that would only problem so sorry about that. I hope you all find solutions to your problems in biology! 🧬
This podcast dives into the intersection of gender, sexuality and media research, together with scholarly guests, discussing research practices and obstacles, feminist methods, academic life in general, and so much more.
Hosted by Valentyna Shapovalova, PhD Fellow in media studies at the University of Copenhagen.
UCL Discovery is a public showcase of UCL's research publications, giving access to journal articles, book chapters,
conference proceedings, digital web resources, theses and much more, from all UCL disciplines. Where copyright
permissions allow, the publication details are accompanied by a copy of the full text and made directly and freely
available from UCL Discovery. UCL Discovery was formally launched on 12 July 2011.
Bringing you the people and stories behind Newcastle University’s research
Every week, experienced Veterinarian and Veterinary Behaviourist Dr. Katrin Jahn provides evidence-based solutions for pet behaviour problems, delivered with kindness, passion, and empathy.
The podcast features up-to-date, informative advice on behaviour problems in dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and other companion animals in a variety of episodes, including interviews with some of the leading minds in Pet Behaviour Medicine.
In our Case Study and Case De-Brief episodes, Dr. Katrin demonstrates how she and her team approach and treat Clinical Behaviour Cases on a practical level, and we hear from pet owners who have achieved fantastic results in treating their pet’s behaviour problem.
If you are a pet owner, pet care professional, veterinarian, or veterinary nurse/technician interested in pet behaviour, pet mental health, and pet wellness, this is the podcast for you!
This podcast will provide answers to the following questions and so much more!
• Why does my dog bite?
• How can I stop my dog from soiling in the house?
• How do I toilet-train my new puppy?
• Why does my cat not use his litter tray?
• How can I stop my cat from spraying in the house?
• How can I help my dog with Separation Anxiety?
• How can I help my pet be less scared of fireworks or thunderstorms?
• Why is my pet so anxious and fearful?
• How can I stop my rabbit biting me?
• Why does my dog not listen to me?
• How can I stop my parrot from feather-picking?
• How can I get my cat to stop meowing at night?
• How do behaviour medications work, and are these an option for my pet?
• How do I use behaviour medications as a veterinarian?