Vetenskap – Sydkorea – Nya podcasts

  • Join me as I start the conversation about autism in Hmonglish. Like, follow and subscribe to LET'S TALK ABOUT AUTISM IN HMONGLISH:facebook.com/letstalkaboutautisminhmonglishinstagram.com/letstalkaboutautisminhmonglishyoutube.com/@letstalkaboutautisminhmonglishWould you like to be a guest on the podcast? Click here bit.ly/3Tt0hhq and let's chat about our next episode together! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ltaaih/support

  • In this episode we discuss how global travel has been impacted by Covid. More specifically, the cultural values that underpin different countries reactions to the pandemic and how different communities in the U.S. are coping with it.

  • The extreme challenges of life in the polar regions require the animals who make their habitat there to make many adaptations. This unit explores the polar climate and how animals like reindeer, polar bears, penguins, sea life and even humans manage to survive there. It looks at the adaptations to physiological proceses, the environmental effects on diet, activity and fecundity, and contrasts the strategies of aquatic and land-based animals in surviving in this extreme habitat. This unit builds on and develops ideas from two other 'Animals at the extreme' units: The desert environment (S324_1) and Hibernation and torpor (S324_2). This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in ePub 2.0.1 format, some feature such as audio, video and linked PDF are not supported by all ePub readers.

  • 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.

  • 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!

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  • Sharing my insights about the Tarot Cards, Astrology, Occult, and a lot of mysterious events that's happening in the real world.

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  • The earth, our home planet is falling due to humans. Yes, you read right. Humans. Replacing forests with millions of houses, clean air with filthy smog, and wild animals with tame animals. Humans need to find a healthier way of living. Can we make a difference soon enough?

  • Sasha, Zeke, and friends share their thoughts on politics, economics, fairness, and justice in a kid friendly discussion.

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  • 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]

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    Photography by Jennifer Mao Jones

  • All about modern ruggedness. A podcast intended to bring a little insight into the emotion and mental toughness it takes to be a man of the Wild.

  • Kelly (McKinnon) Bermingham, MA, BCBA has 25+ years in the field of helping adults and children with autism. Kelly and Jennifer, mom to Dylan (with ASD age 21) share their experiences and talk about different topics related to supporting and living with autism. Kelly was the 1,368th BCBA in the world. Listen to her experience shared with Jenn and learn how they combine research topics with real-life experiences in these quick and easy to listen episodes. Providing Help and Hope!

  • The podcast would revolve around reimagining the world's economy under various 'what if' conditions, bringing an innovative edge to the normally serious and complex topic. With his expertise, John would explain the potential implications of these scenarios on global scales. Incorporating fun elements from the superhero and comic world, scenarios like 'What if there was a world without money?' or 'What if technology didn't exist?' would be discussed. The hosts might even feature experts from the comic world to add depth and fun to the conversations. This podcast is directed at individuals who a

  • We are three organizational psychologists - Duoc, Eccho, and Jenny -  here to discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly on all things Asian in the workplace. Each episode will break down a specific topic, such as how stereotypes play into pay negotiation, what professional development looks like for Asian employees, and what forms of bias, stereotypes, and microaggressions Asian professionals have to navigate, and so much more. We draw from current events  and from the organizational behavior and psychological research (because we are nerds) to share tips and advice on how best to navigate tricky organizational dynamics. We invite anyone - whether you’re a practitioner working in this space or a casual listener -  with an interest  in this topic to tune in so that we as a community can all play an active role in shaping a more inclusive workplace!

    If there's a topic you'd like us to explore, questions regarding what we discussed, or you wanna drop us a line to let us know what you'd like us to do more or less of, you can reach us at: [email protected].