Vetenskap – Filippinerna – Populära podcasts

  • Unexplainable is a science show about everything we don’t know. Host Noam Hassenfeld is joined by an array of experts and Vox reporters each week to look at the most fascinating unanswered questions in science and the mind-bending ways scientists are trying to answer them. New episodes drop every Wednesday starting March 10. From Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

  • Over the last 10 years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been working on an initiative called Engineering With Nature that uses natural processes and systems to deliver a broad range of economic, environmental, and social benefits. EWN, as it is called, is developing and implementing nature-based solutions for infrastructure, engineering, and water projects. EWN brings together a growing international community of scientists, engineers, and researchers, from all kinds of disciplines to collaborate on how best to harness the power of nature to innovate, solve problems, and create sustainable solutions. This podcast tells their stories.

    It’s a show about innovation and collaboration. It is about combining natural and engineering systems. And it is about amazing results for infrastructure, the environment, and communities. Scientists and experts will talk about how they are transforming traditional approaches to infrastructure challenges across the US and around the world by applying the principles and practices of EWN.

    Sarah Thorne of Decision Partners has been working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the EWN initiative for the past decade, and, through this podcast, will share stories of the people, their unique collaborations, and a broad range of projects that exemplify the principles and practices of EWN. We hope you’ll listen to the show and be inspired!

  • SUSTAINARUMBLE! is a podcast that explores critical issues on sustainable development in the Philippines.

    We aim to raise awareness on sustainability and influence action -- to establish an equitable, inclusive, and progressive Philippines.


    Facebook: facebook.com/sustainarumble

    Instagram: instagram.com/sustainarumble

    Community: tinyurl.com/sustainarumblecommunity

  • In this album members of the Division of International Studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China get to grips with some key concepts in history and international politics - all in a minute or so.



  • In the podcast series Seed Memory, Harry Reddick researches the relations between heritage and the natural world. He explores heritage as something that is constantly in motion, and the ways emotions can define heritage and its meaning for a community. In the age of coronavirus, he poses the question of how we can make our communities more inclusive, and of how we want to navigate in the new normal. Building on ideas from ecologists such as Glenn Albrecht, he makes the case for including nature into our thinking about communities, thereby connecting the old (heritage) to the new, ecologically sustainable world we need to head towards.

  • We are Woke WOC Docs, a podcast about the lives of womxn of color in medicine/health justice, including their unique experiences, viewpoints, and struggles in education, research, and practice. We want to reveal the insights we as womxn of color uniquely have on how medicine can transform to end health injustices and be a better institution of health, well-being, and healing.

    Subscribe to us on SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify or our mailing list:
    http://bit.ly/subscribewokewocdocs

  • Each week, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil brings you in-depth conversations with leading researchers and influencers shaping the big ideas in health policy and the health care industry.

    A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of the health policy journal Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications. Learn how academics and economists frame their research questions and journey to the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Health policy nerds rejoice! This podcast is for you.

  • Join us as we sit down with leading experts in the MedTech Industry as they share success stories, advice, pitfalls, trends and innovations.

  • This podcast will be full of nature and 3D sounds
    and will help you to Fall asleep

  • Hosted by Pinoy science journalist Mikael Angelo Francisco, the Ask Theory Podcast shines the spotlight on Pinoy scientific brilliance. Each episode of Ask Theory features a Pinoy scientist from one of the various scientific disciplines. In a very casual Taglish conversation, guests explain what they do in simple terms, as well as share their fascinating stories: how they got into science, the challenges they face, what motivates them to pursue their fields, what future scientists from the Philippines can look forward to, and so much more.

    Music: Miles From Home by Glitch

  • All about Philippines, current events, culture, people, lifestyle, medical practice, religion, history and more.

    MABUHAY ANG LAHING KAYUMANGGI

  • Air Pollution podcast for environmental sociology final project.

  • The Tech Transfer IP Forum is devoted to providing in-depth analysis of intellectual property issues related to university and non-profit technology transfer. The forum will focus on life sciences, including biotechnology, chemical, medical device, pharmaceutical, and agricultural-related inventions, and will deliver updates on current domestic and international patent law relevant to technology transfer through blog posts, webinars and podcasts.

  • The Hot Pursuit is hosted by a law student who founded the company Busy Book. This podcast is aimed to give law students something to listen to when they are tired of all the shit in law school. At the same time, our goal is to widen the accessibility of law and jurisprudence, giving easy to understand explanations of the same for the general consumption of the public.

  • A wicked pissah podcast about the latest and greatest scientific research in and around the city of Boston.

  • Peter Scott-Morgan intends to defy his fatal diagnosis and live on as a cyborg.


    Peter is extraordinary. A robotics scientist, an acclaimed business process expert and an accomplished author. Peter and his partner, Francis, were also the first same-sex couple to be legally married in the UK.


    In 2017, Peter discovered he had a Motor Neurone Disease (MND). From the very start, he saw this terminal diagnosis as an opportunity to put his fascination with robotics and science fiction into practice and become the world's first human cyborg. 


    This three-part podcast documents Peter's curious journey, which could have profound implications for many people who suffer from conditions like MND. It opens up that big question: What does it mean to be human if you can continuously improve your 'quality of life'? 


    Peter has a looming problem. "It's like trying to build a lifeboat after the ship has already started sinking." The increasingly debilitating effects of his diagnosis are closing in on his ambition. He encounters restrictive attitudes towards his new disability and the challenge of recruiting some of the world's greatest minds, including IBM and Microsoft, to engage with his very personal problem. "We have to pull a number of rabbits out of a hat." 


    What keeps Peter going is surprising. Living as a gay man, for forty years, has prepared him for this pioneering mission, despite the scepticism and prejudice he will encounter. "What makes you a man is what's up here" Peter remarks as he raises a feeble hand to head height.


    Peter 2.0 was created by sifting through over 100 hours of footage from a Channel 4 documentary, Peter The Human Guinea. The podcast reached the Top Ten in Apple Podcast's Science list, was selected for the coveted New and Noteworthy recommendation and was shortlisted for a Rose D'or and won silver for Smartest Podcast at British Podcast Awards in 2021.


    In the first three episodes, we'll explain Peter's journey to his ground-breaking transformation. The rest of the season follows Peter adapting to his new life as a cyborg.


    For more information on Peter's progress visit https://www.scottmorganfoundation.org/

     

    written and presented by Chris Durlacher

    production team: Agata Mastalerz and Helen McAuly Stewart

    music composer: Sandy Nuttgens

    producer: Bernard P Achampong

    assistant producer: Rhys Gunter

    executive producer: Pat Younge


    An Unedited production for Cardiff Productions. The podcast was made possible with funding from the Wellcome.


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