Vetenskap – Nya Zeeland – Rekommenderade podcasts

  • Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.

  • Become a Paid Subscriber: and Kat from Pacific Mammal Research (PacMam) talk about marine mammals, research, and environmental news in this fun podcast!Become a Paid Subscriber - get ad-free episodes and bonus mini-episodes/content available to subscribers only: support helps us continue our research and education programs!

  • Hosted by Mehdi Jorfi and Layla Siraj, Science Rehashed aims to offer a window into recent life science breakthroughs and their impacts to anyone in the world with an internet connection.

  • Growing food and fibre is a complex but exciting world to be in.

    Sarah's Country is a musterer of the minds bringing together passionate innovators, and inspiring future-thinkers with a dose of practical reality.

    Sarah Perriam-Lampp is an award-winning rural journalist with a decade of experience across TV, radio, podcast, and print where her pulse of New Zealand's farming sector makes Sarah's Country a valuable mainstay in your podcast library. โ€‹

    Join over 30,000 listeners monthly who tune in from across the world to gain insights and connections on how to tackle the complexity of farming for the future - together.

    โ€‹For more information, partnership opportunities, to suggest a guest for the show or to contact Sarah, visit

  • Want to keep up with the latest news about electric vehicles from New Zealand and Beyond? EVs & Beyond podcast accompanies the EVs & Beyond magazine - and is hosted by managing editor Richard Edwards.

    We will discuss and drive the latest electric vehicles, look at the people and politics behind them, and also check out associated technologies like solar, battery storage, charging infrastructure and more.

    For more, visit

  • Ageing for Beginners is a podcast aimed at navigating all the research and advice to find the best ways to age successfully.

  • I'm a pilot obsessed with flying and all things aviation. This podcast series covers more than a century of commercial aviation and how its shaped the world. Aviation is now safer than its ever been, but it took one hundred years of learning and often through accidents and incidents to reduce the risk of flying.

  • Mikkipedia is an exploration in all things health, well being, fitness, food and nutrition. I sit down with scientists, doctors, professors, practitioners and people who have a wealth of experience and have a conversation that takes a deep dive into their area of expertise. I love translating science into a language that people understand, so while some of the conversations will be pretty in-depth, you will come away with some practical tips that can be instigated into your everyday life. I hope you enjoy the show!

  • Anthropotamus is a place for anthropology professionals and enthusiasts to come together to keep up-to-date with the latest anthropology research.

  • The Kฤkฤpลd - your friendly neighbourhood Kฤkฤpล podcast - following the Kฤkฤpล through the 2022 breeding season. Send in your questions and we'll do our best to track down the answers.

  • On this show we dive into all topics from STEM to business to life. The goal is to bring topics that I enjoy to life through podcast format. While the topics may vary, the education and enthusiasm stays consistent.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Clinicians have trained in the art and science of medicine, and yet feel powerless to make a meaningful impact on the healthcare system.Clinical Changemakers is the podcast looking to bridge this gap by exploring inspiring stories of leadership, innovation and so much more.To learn more and join the conversation, visit:

  • How much do you know about gender & sexuality? /Queer takes us beyond the lens of 'LGBTQ' and Western concepts in this oral histories podcast of human diversity. Across Seasons 1 & 2, gender & sexuality researcher Georgie Williams travels through the USA, Japan, Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Turkey, South Africa and Lesotho- interviewing human rights workers, activists, professors and everyday people whose lived experiences fall under the umbrella of 'gender and sexuality variance'. At the core of this project lies the question- what is 'queer' and where in the world is it found?

  • This podcast is a knowledge resource on conservation agriculture in South Africa. The inspiration comes from a group of farmers in the Southern Cape who pioneered the method in South Africa, effectively changing 'desert' into valuable agricultural land. The principles of conservation farming is to work adjacent to nature rather than rigidly trying to control and manipulate it. This, along with time passing renders significant, stable and healthier results for all role players involved. We interview farmers and specialists in their fields connecting you directly to the source.

  • Cancer is a fascinating but rapidly evolving discipline - it's a full-time job just keeping up to date. In this podcast, Dr Michael Fernando and Dr Joshua Hurwitz explore the latest trials, research, and practice-changing updates, as well as regular interviews with renowned oncology specialists. Ideal for those starting their training journey, established specialists and anyone interested in medical science, oncological practice, or terrible jokes. Preferably all three.

    Hosted on Acast. See for more information.

  • Ground to Garment is a podcast that looks to reconnect fashion, farming and nature. Exploring a healthy, regenerative model for clothing from the ground up by giving a voice to farmers in the fashion supply chain and sharing the stories of growers, processors, designers and educators working to help deepen the connection between fashion and farming. Episode will share conversations around the ideas, people and projects developing best practice on the journey to create a regenerative textile economy, with the aim to reconnect us with where our clothing comes from.

  • Hosted by Ellen Kamhi, Ph.D., RN, this program focuses on current issues in natural health, such as natural foods, herbs, essential oils and mind-body techniques.

  • For as long as I can remember Iโ€™ve been on the hunt to find the answer to one big question: how do we make the most of this thing called life? But of course, there is no singular answer.

    There isnโ€™t a magic key out there that, when you find it, just unlocks everything and you can say, โ€œyep great, I know how to do life now.โ€ Instead, itโ€™s a process. A process of listening and learning, of questioning and challenging. Gathering together threads of knowledge and wisdom that, over time, weave together to create a life of deeper awareness and understanding.

    So thatโ€™s what Iโ€™m trying to do with this podcast. Iโ€™ll be speaking to people with a range of expertise and experiences. People with a unique perspective on what a meaningful life looks like. Writers, scientists, philosophers, artists, thought-leaders, innovators and more. Weโ€™ll sit down over a nice cup of tea andโ€ฆwhile we wonโ€™t get to cover everythingโ€ฆweโ€™ll try to get to the most of itโ€ฆ

  • The Qualitative Applied Health Research Centre dives into current applications, innovations, and conundrums for all those interested in qualitative research, academics and non-academics alike.

  • Ricardo and Sara have never watched Star Trek before! So Marvin and Dan are taking them on a journey to watch it all, one episode at a time!

    We‘re currently going through TNG! New episodes every Tuesday!

    Newbie Star Trek is part of Fugitive Frames.