Vetenskap – Kenya – Rekommenderade podcasts

  • We are seeking a coherent, naturalistic ontology that can revitalize the human soul and spirit in the 21 stCentury.

  • In this post-3rd wave of feminism world, men today are beaten up in every way. In every aspect of their lives - from advertising, media, workplace, dating,

  • The Medicine Maker presents a 6 episode series on the inspiring efforts of the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative. Tune in and learn just what it takes to develop medicines for some of the world’s most neglected patient populations.

  • Research in 90 seconds is about exploring the “matter” and “impact” side of research, because let’s face it, convincing people of why your research idea matters is harder than asking the research question.

  • Are you planning to move out? Do you want to know how it feels like to be living by yourself? Well, this is the podcast for you. We are going to tackle a couple of things about moving out including but not limited to: the merits, finances, neighbours, how to stay sane and so on and so forth.

  • Stories from the PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program, a U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded program, implemented by the Public Health Institute, where Fellows are guided by leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows work on the front lines of global health, developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges.

  • Omega-3s are popular and among the most researched nutrients on the planet, but do you know what they are or what they do? Most people don’t. We engage experts from around the globe to tell their stories of intrigue and discovery and translate science into news you can use. From how-to’s to health benefits, from personalized testing to public health, our interview style podcast dedicated to understanding omega-3 nutrition from Wiley Companies will leave you informed and – caution – it may even cause improvement to your health.

  • Did you know that the pig’s microbiota has more than 400 species of fungi and bacteria yielding approximately 10 times more cells than those in the pig’s body? These microbes are at the nexus of health and productivity as they communicate with each other and with the pig’s organs and systems.

    United with our partners, we are key influencers in the quest to discover, define, and manipulate the pig’s microbiome to significantly improve pig lifetime health and productivity. This podcast series is provided to help increase your understanding of these exciting and thought-provoking topics.

  • Chemistry as a discipline has a reputation to the public of being boring, hard to understand, and dry. However, there are both people and experiments that changed history. We will cover laboratory and industrial accidents, cases of fraud like Jan Hendrik Schön, and the man that has caused more harm to earth’s atmosphere than any other single organism Thomas Midgley Jr. We will talk about the greatest chemists and their lives from Marie Curie to Rosalind Franklin to Neils Bohr to Glenn Seaborg. The Chemistry of everyday things like medications, tattoo ink, soaps and cleaners, cosmetics, sunscreen, and more! Join us for Cowboy Chemistry!

  • Welcome to ACCESS the official podcast of Stroke: Vascular & Interventional Neurology. ACCESS is a bi-monthly audio podcast that summarizes the latest advances in vascular and interventional neurology, featuring interviews with the leading minds and investigators in cerebrovascular disease. In this introductory episode, hosts Erica Jones, Jim Siegler, and Casey Albin, along with Editor-in-Chief, Ashu Jadhav, introduce themselves and provide an overview of what to expect.

  • Haith's is a bird food company on a mission to make a positive difference, and so are the people we're interviewing. Nature affects everything - our economy, social framework, health and existence. The natural world is infinite: the animals, rivers & oceans, the food we eat, the rainwater irrigating crops and the air we breathe. Nature is struggling; there is no Planet B, which means making space for nature in our gardens and in commercial & urban settings - which is good for our mental health & may help fight climate change. Interviewer: Simon King (Haith's), Prod. Ed King

  • Go inside the big issues facing the specialty of dermatology. Leading voices in medical dermatology, aesthetics, research, practice management and more share insights that matter to specialists treating the skin and hair.

  • Presentations from the Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford. Visit:

  • Let's talk about all things adulting and personal development. It's hard, isn't it? Well, here we get to interact deeply about real-life things including mental and emotional health and how we can better navigate through life by listening to people who have done IT, lived IT and been IT. We'll discuss the mishaps in relationships, the routines we need to incorporate in our daily life, the changes we need to make and the things we need to unlearn in order to better ourselves in every aspect. Get to look at the world through Josie's lens. Support this podcast:

  • Ist Wissenschaft wirklich global? Reduzieren wir sie nicht zu oft auf einzelne Standorte wie Harvard und Cambridge? In diesem Podcast erzählenForscherinnen und Forscher von ihrer Arbeit zwischen verschiedenen Welten, von Berlin bis Dakar, von Rio de Janeiro bis Manila. WelchePerspektiven eröffnen Grenzüberschreitungen? Welche Herausforderungen bringen sie mit sich? Meridian – Der Wissenschaftspodcast des Berlin Center for Global Engagement (BCGE) gibt Einblicke in spannende Biografien zwischen verschiedenen Breitengraden. Das BCGE ist ein Zentrum der Berlin University Alliance und wird im Rahmen der Exzellenzstrategie von Bund und Ländern gefördert. Weitere Infos unter 

  • Welcome to the Planet Protectors Podcast. In this podcast we talk about different problems and events happening to our environment and how to help save our earth.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Confessions of a CRA is the podcast for Clinical Research Associates and Aspiring CRA (people trying to break into the CA role). This podcast provides transparent interviews and conversations with real life, true stories of Clinical Research Associates where we discuss their journey of how they got started, life as a CRA, and where they are now. This podcast was created to give CRAs and Aspiring CRAs hope, courage, guidance, and empowerment, so

  • We are a small team who want to make science look beautiful. Because it is beautiful. Support this podcast: