Vetenskap – Sydkorea – Rekommenderade podcasts

  • The Vet Times podcast is a weekly show in which we speak to individuals making the headlines or providing valuable information for Vet Times readers, delving into the subjects that matter to the UK veterinary profession.

  • このラジオはこの日はじめましてのMIT大学生の2人がお酒の勢いとノリで始めたラジオ番組です。全くタイプの異なる男2人の化学反応をお楽しみください。(MIT非公式の番組です。)

  • POWER ON - This is the podcast for everyone who is interested in trends and challenges of the energy sector or who works in the field of energy technology. As host, Christian Schaider welcomes experts who discuss topics related to the energy transition, the transformer and new technologies in energy generation. Together, we delve deeper into topics related to the energy transition, power transformers and new technologies in energy supply. We will answer questions such as: What a transformer oil sample has in common with the human blood count, why the energy transition is taking place in the distribution grids and how green hydrogen will complement the power supply in the future. Stay tuned, and be sure to join us when we power on!

    Visit our website: reinhausen.com

  • Was bringt es, einen Krebstumor im Reagenzglas zu züchten? Und wie klein sind eigentlich Mikroskopaufnahmen von Dingen im Nano-Bereich? Was verbirgt sich hinter der „Wissenschaft des Wohlbefindens“? Und lernen Kinder wirklich leichter als Erwachsene?
    Auf all diese Dinge sind wir im GASTHÖRER neugierig. Für jede Folge laden wir deshalb eine Forscherin oder einen Forscher aus den verschiedensten Fakultäten zu uns ins Studio ein. Im Gespräch mit unseren Hosts Jan Kleine und Katharina Herkommer erzählen sie von ihren aktuellen Projekten, von anstehenden Plänen, von gemeisterten Herausforderungen und gefeierten Erfolgen.
    Aber uns interessieren nicht nur die Forschungsinhalte, sondern auch die Menschen: Wer sind die Leute, die hier an der Uni so intensiv an einem ganz bestimmten Thema arbeiten? Das erfahrt ihr im GASTHÖRER – einer Produktion des Bereichs Kommunikation & Marketing der Universität Regensburg.

  • What's happening in the clinical lab community including publications in JMSACL and interviews with the Early Career Network.

  • Fish enthusiasts Katrina Liebich and Guy Eroh journey across America on a quest to discover ALL THE FISH: big and small, common and rare, beautiful and downright strange. Diverse guests help dig into the latest science and bring their perspectives about how fish are woven into the fabric of communities and cultures. Listeners walk away from each episode with practical information about how to connect with and conserve our amazing, finned friends.

  • Yuramin is a podcast about sustainable living, art & permaculture.Isabel and Diogo started a journey across Europe in search of inspiring people.The intimate life stories of the "guardians of the land" inspire us to find new answers, opening new doors for the transformation into a regenerative human culture.*We want to keep our podcast free and accessible for everyone, but for that we need your support. DONATE to our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/yuramin or direct to PayPal [email protected].

  • Welcome to Branching out: the forest podcast, where we connect forests, science and people. We aim to break down complex forest related topics so you can discover the role of forests and trees for people and nature, and also inform you about what is going on in the world of forest research. This podcast is brought to you by the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, IUFRO. We will dedicate this first season to IUFRO’s World Congress, to be held in 2024 in Stockholm.

    DISCLAIMER

    The views and opinions expressed in the podcast are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of IUFRO. And their appearance on the show does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent.

  • Neuroscientists Talk Shop is the University of Texas at San Antonio's (UTSA) Neurobiology Podcast, showcasing the current research of internationally renowned guest Neuroscientists. Each episode features a moderated discussion with a cross section of UTSA Neurobiology faculty, highlighting the featured guest's research, and the state of the art in the field at hand.

  • Welcome to The Mineral Rights Podcast! I'm here to help you to make the most out of your oil and gas mineral rights and royalty interests. From the latest mineral rights news to featured guests, get the knowledge and resources you need to manage your minerals and royalties.

  • A conversation with WWF conservation experts Charikleia Minotou and Wassim Amdrous, based in Greece and Tunisia. We discuss the impact of human activities (such as tourism) on the Mediterranean ecosystem and sea turtles and explore why empowering local communities to act as custodians of our Mediterranean heritage is a key factor in building a more sustainable future for all

  • Large-scale data has become a major component of research about human behavior and society. But how are interdisciplinary collaborations that use large-scale social data formed and maintained? What obstacles are encountered on the journey from idea conception to publication? In this podcast, we investigate these questions by probing the “research diaries” of scholars in computational social science and adjacent fields. We unmask the research process with the hope of normalizing the challenges of and increasing accessibility in academia.
    Music: Jon Gillick.

  • 自分にも、まわりにも、地球にも、意外とアリな新しい選択肢をお届けするRadio Show「Earth hacks」(https://earthhacks.jp/)。この番組は、一人ひとりのアクションで脱炭素な社会づくりを推進する「Earth hacks」提供のもと、アーティストに特化したpodcast「Artistspoken」(https://artistspoken.com/lp/)で配信中

  • How do people fall into addictive traps? How do people break free from addictive dungeons? Exploring and philosophizing about problems and solutions to the drug overdose problem, the world of substance use disorder counseling, addiction recovery, prevention and treatment. Nothing is better than being free.

    A dialogue as service to build stronger, healthier communities through education for prevention of the next tragic overdose death and stolen potential.

    We can be come wiser and more strategic about our cultural opposition to the dangerous drug demand in our communities. Getting high makes us feel a less whole and narrower experience of consciousness. What is consciousness and why do we use chemicals to alter it?
    Where can I detox if I am stuck in the trap of feeding my opioid or alcohol cravings every day?
    Does pleasure ever return? Will I get my life back from a nightmarish relapse?
    Why do we cope the way that we cope?
    These questions and more will be discussed in the conversations of this podcast about drugs, technology, and everything in between that is shaping our personalities and brain chemistry in the 21st century.
    If you have an idea or a question that you'd like to hear shared and discussed - please email the pod at [email protected]

    Background cover painting by Robyn Anderson Watercolors
    Background Music by CarlyThomas.com
    Photography by Jennifer Mao Jones

  • Sarah, Joe, and Alyssa are three Extension weed scientists on a mission to help their audience understand what it takes for farmers to fight the war against weeds.

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  • Feminism addresses much more than just rights for women, it promotes dignity, respect and unity for all living beings, regardless of gender, race, class, culture, sexual orientation, religion or any of the many other classifications our society often uses