Vetenskap – Irland – Nya podcasts

  • Award-winning BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews deep and quirky outsiders, such as a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath. Joining the mix are such celebrated thought leaders as feminist Helen Lewis, Lord Daniel Finkelstein and free speech advocate Andrew Doyle.

    The aim is to surprise you with a totally different story every time in this 2x Apple Noteworthy show. One week, we're in a Michigan prison with a man who accidentally killed his girlfriend in a botched suicide, the next we're in Australia with the Coffin Confessor, and then we're in the Andes with a plane-crash survivor who had to eat his friends. The only thing that links them all is their place On the Edge. 

    This is for fans of Louis Theroux, Joe Rogan and Adam Buxton. New episodes every Monday.

  • Sound Optometry is the new podcast from DOCET that provides high quality continuing education and training for all UK-GOC-registered optometrists. 

    Each month, we’ll be exploring the topics that matter most to us optometrists with case studies and in-depth conversations.

    You can gain 1 CET point by listening to this podcast and completing the exercise on DOCET's website,

  • AgriFood Matters is an exciting new podcast developed by the UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science featuring leading academic staff at UCD in the area of Agriculture, Food Science and Human Nutrition.

    Hosted by Seán Duke from the Irish Times this monthly podcast will examine topical issues such as Sustainability, Biodiversity, Inclusion, Food and Health, Innovation, Crop Sciences, Agricultural Economics, Humanitarian Action and much more and is available for download on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcast, Breaker, Pocket Casts and RadioPublic.

  • Stroke has launched a monthly podcast, Stroke Alert. Hosted by Dr. Negar Asdaghi, each episode begins by posing key takeaway questions from featured articles in the current issue of Stroke. This is followed by a brief summary and analysis of these articles, as well as an interview with the author of one of these featured articles or with one of the Stroke editors.

  • The New Dermatologist podcasts are a series of evidence and experience based deep dive conversations between general practitioners and dermatologists on the management of common skin conditions. The aim is to optimise the management of patients with skin disease and enhance dermatology learning for doctors who manage skin disease.

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  • The In Your Nature Podcast will bring you conversations about birds, wildlife and wild places. The podcast is presented by Ricky Whelan and Niall Hatch of BirdWatch Ireland with regular expert guests. BirdWatch Ireland is Ireland's largest conservation ENGO. The podcast is in partnership with the Heritage Officers in counties Laois and Offaly. Three seasons are planned for 2021, with six episodes in each, dropping weekly in spring, summer, and autumn. Topics discussed will be varied with birds and wider biodiversity at the heart of it all. We will discuss how nature has a calming influence, dawn chorus, peat bogs and more in season 1. To give feedback, suggest topics or ask a question you can email us at . This Podcast is brought to you by BirdWatch Ireland, Laois and Offaly County Councils and the Keep Well Campaign, an initiative of the Government of Ireland with funding from the Healthy Ireland Fund and the Sláintecare Fund delivered by Pobal. In Your Nature Podcast is edited by Ann Marie Kelly.

  • Today's healthcare marketplace is more complex than ever.  Lab's today are faced with increasing regulatory and quality demands coupled with a shortage of skilled labor.  Ortho is committed to helping labs meet these challenges head-on.  Join us every month as we discuss the complex questions labs are facing every day.

  • In this podcast, we reach across the aisle and discuss how others are using behavioral science to address the very human condition of suffering. We discuss such issues related to chronic pain; race, wealth and class disparities; drug abuse; poverty; child abuse; domestic violence; criminal injustice; social media; mental illness; loneliness; educational and basic need deprivation; among many others. We also discuss the latest therapeutic models of treatment for these conditions as well as hear from others who have personally struggled, but have found their own successful adaptations. Welcome!

  • Keeping you one step ahead of developments in pharmacy, medicines and the pharmaceutical sciences. Brought to you by the team behind The Pharmaceutical Journal.

  • Array Cafe is a podcast about all things engineering - science, technology, and professional issues, brought to you with generous support from the IEEE Sensors Council and the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society.

  • Welcome to The Sceptically Inclined Science Podcast where we talk about science, particularly human sciences, by looking at papers that are both unusual and serious. We hope to have a friendly, light hearted discussion in which we interweave stories from our lives. We don't need you to have a huge background in science so please give us a listen and enjoy!

  • College friends Cillian and Amandine, who are currently studying immunology and genetics, discuss their favourite things in science, especially biology. Join us as we tell each other about some of the interesting things we’ve learned over the years, ask (mostly) reasonable questions and when we don’t know the answers we make our best guess and… hype-othesise! Instagram: @hypeothesispod | Email:

  • A podcast where we talk to scientists about the paths they’ve taken to get where they are today and the lessons they've learned along the way.

  • Have you ever wondered why we laugh or if you can really die of a broken heart? Join Professor Luke O'Neill on โ€˜Show Me the Scienceโ€™ as he tackles a different issue each week; from the serious to the silly, all explained through science. This Newstalk production will open the world of science to people of all ages. New episodes every Thursday. Show me the Science is with thanks to B Braun.Listen and subscribe to Show Me the Science on Apple Podcasts ,Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

  • Artist Nwando Ebizie, presents a new 5-part mini-series reimagining care and healing through art, health and science.

    With ideas for how to care and connect, the series evolves through conversations, artistic works and healing experiences. Join us to explore what care means for our bodies, communities, the planet and our futures.

    A BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Wellcome Collection collaboration. Presented by Nwando Ebizie. Music by Nkisi. Sound by Axel Kacoutié. A Reduced Listening Production, produced by Katherine Godfrey and Georgia Moodie and exec produced by Alannah Chance.

    Lands Wednesday November 25th.โ€‹

  • Terms such as ‘precision health’, ‘genomics’, and ‘bioinformatics’ have become popular in recent years. We hear them used more and more by experts talking about scientific research in the context of medicine and future health. But what is the significance of these terms when it comes to difficult-to-treat diseases such as cancer, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and other complex or rare diseases? How is genomics going to impact us as patients, families, and health care providers? The study of our genes (genomics) is helping scientists and clinical researchers gain a better understanding of health and disease. This deeper knowledge may identify the causes of such diseases and the risks associated with them, as well as shed some light on how diseases progress and respond to different treatments. Imagine if we could develop more precise treatments with minimal side-effects or even prevent these diseases from developing in the first place! This is not a podcast for geneticists or genomic scientists – they are already wildly excited about this stuff. This is for the rest of us who want to be educated on what genomics is and how it is revolutionising future health for all of us.

  • Infections caused by highly drug-resistant bacteria, or “superbugs,” are becoming more and more common, making antimicrobial resistance one of the world’s greatest health threats. In fact, infections caused by superbugs are projected to reach epidemic levels within our lifetimes. Drug-resistant infections can affect anyone, and we are all at risk.

    This podcast series will address this global crisis through conversations with patients, clinicians, and researchers to discover how superbugs are affecting people and healthcare systems globally. And we’ll highlight actions the average citizen can take today to make sure the drugs we already have stay effective, in order to protect ourselves, our families, and our communities.

  • We make up to 35,000 conscious decisions every day. And on Tough Calls, hosted by broadcast journalist and author Lisa Napoli, behavioral scientists will help you navigate at least some of them more easily and effectively. Because every decision we make, from the momentous to the mundane, carries consequences and implications. So, how do we go about making the really hard ones - the tough calls?