Vetenskap – Nya Zeeland – Nya podcasts

  • Podcast about soil intended for farmers, educators, and students. Host Natalie Lounsbury is a cover crop enthusiast, graduate student, and farmer. Interviewees are some of the leaders in soil health. Full transcripts available at
    This project was supported by a grant from Northeast SARE (

  • What will the future of science look like? In this podcast, Philipp Koellinger sits down with world-class scientists to discuss where the scientific enterprise is broken today, and how we can fix it tomorrow.

  • Sustain What? is a series of conversations, seeking solutions where complexity and consequence collide on the sustainability frontier.

    This program contains audio highlights from hundreds of video webcasts hosted by Andy Revkin, founder of the Columbia Climate School’s Initiative for Communication and Sustainability.
    Dale Willman is the associate director of the initiative.

    Revkin and Willman believe sustainability has no meaning on its own. The first step toward success is to ask: Sustain what? How? And for whom?

  • Join Dr. Dawson Church, a best-selling science writer, to explore the leading edge of health and happiness, along with practical techniques to maximize your wellbeing.

  • 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.

  • A weekly show sharing a Mฤori perspective on science research & making it useful for haukฤinga

  • 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.

  • A podcast for the profit-minded cattleman. Brought to you by the Angus Beef Bulletin, we have news and information on health, nutrition, genetics, marketing and management.

  • In this podcast series, Professor Thomas J Scotto, Dean of Learning and Teaching in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow, looks at government statistics, challenges faced by civil servants who produce official statistics in an era of political polarisation and misinformation, and what can affect the trust the public has in statistics. The series directly accompanies the “Statistics in Government” class taught by Professor Scotto at the University of Glasgow but can be a useful accompaniment to external courses in Statistics and Society. The podcasts also will be of interest to those who have questions about how government statistics are developed. The focus is on National and Official Statistics in the United Kingdom, but several episodes make cross-national comparisons and cover more general topics.

    More information on the fully online MSc in Data Analytics for Government (MDATAGOV) offered by the University of Glasgow can be found at

    If you’d like to contact us, please feel free to e-mail [email protected] Support for this podcast was provided by The Datalab Scotland, helping Scotland maximise value from data and to lead the world to a data powered future. For more information, go to

  • In this podcast series Dr Paul Harvey, environmental scientist, activist and author of The Plasticology Project takes listeners on a journey to discover the greatest plastic pollution challenges facing our world, and the incredible plastic pollution warriors doing their bit to solve the problem. In each episode Dr Paul will speak with an inspiring change maker from around the world and explore how they are helping to beat plastic pollution.

  • the ageless melody unheard heals,
    the healing vision unseen leads,
    the true leaders unknown rescue,
    the rescuers immortal know.

    Kyril Demys

  • Research podcast. Infinitely differentiable.

    Podcast cover art: Order-7 triangular tiling.

  • In Aotearoa we are surrounded by a beautiful moana. The ocean is an incredible resource for us; allowing us to play, work and gather kaimoana.

    Sea Change explores the different relationships people in Aotearoa have with the moana. A range of different perspectives from all types of people may just give us food for thought, or maybe shift our thinking entirely.

    There are problems facing our moana, many of them man-made. We need change and we need it sooner rather than later. Let’s protect this taonga for ourselves and for future generations.

    Come join me on instagram @seachange.podcast and get more information at our official website

  • One of the first people to be diagnosed with ADHD in the UK - join Therapist, Coach & Mental Health First Aid Instructor, Alex Campbell as he deep dives into the lived experience of extraordinary everyday people living with ADHD. Each episode he interviews both ADHDers along with their friends, family and colleagues - giving listeners a unique insight into the complexities of ADHD - from both Neurotypical & Neurodiverse perspectives.

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  • Podcasts related to the Procedures Course

  • AJIC covers key topics and issues in infection control and epidemiology. Infection control professionals, including physicians, nurses, and epidemiologists, rely on AJIC for peer-reviewed articles covering clinical topics as well as original research. As the official publication of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). AJIC is the foremost resource on infection control, epidemiology, infectious diseases, quality management, occupational health, and disease prevention. AJIC also publishes infection control guidelines from APIC and the CDC. AJIC is included in Index Medicus and CINAHL.

  • Her Royal Science is a podcast created to feature individuals from minoritised groups in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Host Dr A Bashir created Her Royal Science for minoritised peoples in STEM to share their life experiences in a safe space, thereby allowing others who may have experienced something similar to feel seen and heard.

  • The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) checkoff and membership programs represent more than 43,000 soybean farmers in Illinois. The checkoff funds market development and utilization efforts while the membership program supports the government relations interests of Illinois soybean farmers at the local, state, and national level, through the Illinois Soybean Growers (ISG). ISA upholds the interests of Illinois soybean producers through promotion, advocacy, and education with the vision of becoming a market leader in sustainable soybean production and profitability. For more information, visit the website and

  • This is the podcast where we talk about the incredible world of seaweed and how this growing industry is bringing innovation and solutions to address climate change and the environmental crisis.

  • A thriving future is possible for Auckland. And it starts now. With all of us, together. Auckland Councilโ€™s Here & Now discusses climate action and the plan to make our home everlasting. 

    Join host Chamanthie Sinhalage-Fonseka as she meets with those closest to the action โ€“ the people who spend their days working towards a more sustainable future for Tฤmaki Makaurau.

    To make things interesting, we leave the studio behind and sit down for a kลrero in public spaces right across the city, taking our conversations to the very places weโ€™re working to protect.

    Simple answers to Aucklandโ€™s biggest climate action questions. Proudly brought to you by Auckland Council 

    Listen and subscribe now.

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