Vetenskap – Indien – Nya podcasts

  • The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to space science: Space science encompasses all of the scientific disciplines that involve space exploration and study natural phenomena and physical bodies occurring in outer space, such as space medicine and astrobiology.

  • Talking Uncertainty is Emergent Futures CoLab’s online talk series. We feature scholars, artists and practitioners who are collaborating on projects that speculate emergent futures in times of radical uncertainty. This series highlights how individuals and communities are staging, designing, performing and transforming futures.

    In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we also seek to understand how - and why - scholars, artists and practitioners are navigating their projects during a time of collective grief and unprecedented uncertainty.

    Visit us at urgentemergent.org

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  • Interesting facts about life and explanations based on scientific facts.

  • Every medicine in your pharmacy has a human story behind it. Real people doing real work and living real lives.

    We all have romantic ideas about scientists working late into the evening or doctors dropping everything to answer a phone call about a patient. You can almost envision the moment when one of those researchers finally solves an intellectual puzzle and leaps into action. Their eyes go from an empty stare to an alert laser-like focus. They sit a bit taller and start to read frantically. I am sure you’ve seen those movies too.

    But is it real? Is that how it really happens?

    That’s what we intend to explore in “Improbable Developments.”

    Each month we will talk to someone who was or is in the trenches of biopharma R&D and let them tell their story. We’ll be talking about medicines you may know and some that never saw the light of day. We’ll talk to people involved at the bench in the earliest stages through to those who run the clinical trials and present the data to regulators around the world. We'll even be talking to patients who have joined the effort.

    The science of drug discovery and development creates a rich landscape for all sorts of stories to unfold. The technical challenges, the urgency to help patients, career aspirations, the fight for resources, and many other factors all work together to produce a complex and enthralling human drama. In our monthly discussions, we will look at this from many different angles.

    Through our discussions, we hope to give you a real appreciation for the types of people behind the medicines you take and the medical devices you may use. You’ll get to know each of them a little bit and start to understand what they have in common and how different and unique they really are.

    We at Salem Oaks love to bring you these stories of people who are involved in the science, process, and profession of finding and developing new medicines. In our Emerging Researchers Series, we are even talking to people just entering the field and we hope you are enjoying their fresh energy and new ideas.

    But we need to ask for your help in continuing to bring you this podcast. As creators, we are looking for patrons who want to help us cover our expenses to bring you this service. We have established an account on Patreon that you can use to become a member of Salem Oaks at the Acorn or Sapling levels. Members receive exclusive benefits that you can read about at www.patreon.com/salemoaks.

    Thank You for your support. We truly appreciate it.

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  • Introducing the "Orthodontic Products Podcast", a journey into the dynamic realm of orthodontic innovations. Each episode dives into fresh research, transformative technologies, and the methodologies redefining the field. Expert interviews seamlessly blend with in-depth analyses, offering listeners a comprehensive look into the ever-evolving world of orthodontics. This isn't just a podcast—it's a portal to the future of orthodontic practices and breakthroughs.

  • Namaste, Hola & Welcome!I am your host, Dr. G.V. Pavan Kumar.I am a Professor of Physics at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India.Pratidhvani (ಪ್ರತಿಧ್ವನಿ/प्रतिध्वनि) – means resonance or reflection (of sound).Through this podcast, I intend to humanize science.The podcast has two themes: 1) biographical conversations with people involved in scientific research and 2) my thoughts on the history of science.I create the podcast in my individual capacity.My profile: http://sites.iiserpune.ac.in/~pavanMy twitter handle : @Pavan_KumarGV

  • A channel to learn about science and technology in a fun and engaging way! Our channel covers a wide range of topics, making science and tech accessible and entertaining for everyone.

  • One of the world’s most iconic scuba diving locations is undoubtedly the Red Sea, an inlet of the Indian Ocean that lies between Africa and Asia. It’s renowned for its light-filled reefs teeming with marine life and historic wrecks that are accessible to recreational divers, as well as generally calm and clear conditions.
    But if you’ve ever visited on an Egyptian liveaboard or while shore diving in Jordan, you’ve probably noticed that the Red Sea doesn’t appear red at all. So how did it get this name and does it ever appear red?

  • Host Sherryl Comeau gives us a glimpse into the fascinating world of energy healing.

  • Welcome to "Nature Talk," a podcast where the wonders and challenges of our natural world take center stage. Each episode is a journey into the heart of environmental policy, governance, and the urgent issue of climate change. Our mission is to bring clarity and insight into the complex world of natural resource management, exploring topics ranging from the intricacies of the carbon market to the principles of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategies.

    Tune in to "Nature Talk" to stay informed and be part of the conversation shaping our planet's future.

  • “Banni Kelona” (Come, Let’s Listen) is a series in Kannada from Radio Azim Premji University that looks at the vanishing traditions of marginalised communities in the state of Karnataka. We begin our series with a journey into the lives of the itinerant musicians of the Kole Basava community.

  • Once a month, Purdue University's Professor Paul Duffell discusses astronomy and astrophysics with experts from around the world. Duffell and guests discuss supernovae, galaxies, planet formation, black holes, and the nature of space and time.

    Supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant AAG-2206299.

    Music by Brittain Ashford.

    Produced in beautiful Lafayette, Indiana by Paul Duffell.