Vetenskap – Nya podcasts

  • Quirkcast is a biweekly (subject to change) online podcast that breaks down complex science topics to a wide audience. Hosted by Tim Lou, Saahil Shenoy, and Michael Park, we aim to advance scientific awareness and broaden public interest in science. As former academic researchers turned science advocates, we hope you enjoy our podcast as much as we do!

  • Studying STEM can be daunting, difficult, and inaccessible- especially to students in marginalized, underrepresented communities with first-generation, low-income, LGBTQ+, and BIPOC identities. Eminent scientists seem to have something innate which discourages students from pursuing STEM. However, there is more than meets the eye. In this podcast, I set out to capture the adversity, upbringings, and failures that have built and shaped many diverse scientists. What do they attribute their success to? We want to get down to the roots and get to the real question... from where does it STEM?

  • Planet Possible tells the stories of the people paving the way for positive planetary and societal change.

    Join host Niki Roach as she explores what's possible with practitioners and visionaries working on the big issues like adaptation and resilience to climate change, enhancing our natural environment and improving equality, diversity and inclusion in the environment sector.

    Everything is connected, follow this series as we explore those connections and discover what's really possible for our planet.

    Planet Possible is brought to you by CIWEM; a community of environmental professionals creating a more positive world.

    Season 3 of Planet Possible is sponsored by Binnies - find out more at

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  • Chemistry is everywhere, and involves everything. But how did chemistry get to be what it is? I'm Steve Cohen, a chemist and writer, bringing you The History of Chemistry. This podcast explores the development of chemistry from prehistoric times to the present, including the people and societies who made chemistry what it is today. The History of Chemistry is for you, whether you hated chemistry in high school, or got a PhD in inorganic chemistry. We'll explore how chemistry affected art, music, language, politics and vice-versa. Whether it's ancient Greek philosophers, medieval alchemists, or modern laboratory apparatus, it's all here. Don't forget to support my series at !

  • A podcast by the Europlanet Early Career network -- A podcast that aims to amplify our voice around the planet to reach other early careers, with the same goals, the same interests, and the same needs for scientific development. Listeners can expect a mix of interviews with guests, reports on events, updates on the recent activity of the EPEC working groups and coverage of projects supported by the Europlanet Society.

  • From biotech to autonomous vehicles, the current rate of technological change is breath-taking. This speed is not, however, matched in broader conversations about their ethical, political, and legal implications, which lag far behind. In our Tech Society is a weekly podcast with experts on exactly those kinds of questions.

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  • Welcome to Metrology Matters, a Zygo Corporation podcast where thought leaders share their insights on various surface metrology topics, and how it enables the advancement of precision engineering and manufacturing across a wide range of industries and applications.

  • MUFON Canada UFO Primer - bringing you all the latest breaking news with interviews of world famous Ufologist, case witnesses and field investigators who work on cases.

  • Explore the world of physics and the lives of physicists. Produced by Physics Magazine, an online publication of the American Physical Society. Read more at

  • With one minute answer we give experts a maximum of one minute to respond to a question or statement.

  • This podcast is geared towards those who love talking about backpacking and hiking while sipping on a delicious cup of coffee. We will break down backpacking trips and discuss the nitty gritty exciting and scary moments on the trail.

    If you love nature, coffee and talking about both of those, then this podcast is right for you. Our goal is to give you something to listen to while driving to work or cooking dinner.

  • Your accessible guide to the lesser traveled parts of the energy world. We're here to bring you interviews with industry professionals, analysis on policy initiatives, and stories about energy that you've never heard before. Produced by the Harvard Undergraduate Clean Energy Group, Clean Sweep is a show created by students who want to accelerate the clean energy transition through action and education. Learn more at!

  • Angela Wulff och Ellen Schagerström i heta diskussioner om deras favoritämne: Alger! I avsnitt om cirka femton minuter förklarar de varför sjögrässallad borde heta någonting annat och varför kiselalgen är så himla underbar - plus allt däremellan. Där här är den nördiga podden där vi alla, utan förkunskaper, kan få en inblick i algernas förlovade värld. Nytt avsnitt varannan vecka!

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  • Mysterious Matters focused on the paranormal, culture and science. Bob Bain interviewed hundreds of experts from all fields of interest including theoretical physicists Michio Kaku and Brian Greene. Mysterious Matters was an all encompassing podcast that doesn't take the easy route. All Mysteries were touched on and welcomed on the Mysterious Matters Podcast. Mysterious Matters was not a Paranormal Podcast but much more. Bob has left the podcast field but is leaving these archives for all to enjoy for the foreseeable future.

  • Proteomics in Proximity discusses the intersection of proteomics with genomics for drug target discovery, the application of proteomics to reveal disease biomarkers, and current trends in using proteomics to unlock biological mechanisms. Co-hosted by Olink's Dale Yuzuki, Cindy Lawley and Sarantis Chlamydas.

  • On this podcast, you'll find interviews with high-performing successful individuals in Life Sciences. On a weekly basis, we cover their proven methods, principles, strategies, and mindsets to implement new technologies that scale to meet the needs of people in our world.

  • will bring in-depth conversations on the rapidly expanding and important fields of technology, identity, and privacy with movers and shakers from government, technologists, consumers, and academics

  • Veterinary Vertex is a weekly podcast that takes you behind the scenes of the clinical and research discoveries published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA) and the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR). Tune in to learn about cutting-edge veterinary research and gain in-depth insights you won’t find anywhere else. Come away with knowledge you can put to use in your own practice – along with a healthy dose of inspiration to remind you what you love about veterinary medicine.

  • By listening to this blog I hope you will see that being a scientist is not about being the smartest person in the room, and that you can be a scientist and still love TV, gin and cake.

    I hope that we can journey together and collaborate. Science is made not just by scientists but by all of us working together to make the world a better place.