Vetenskap – USA – Nya podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins...and a man who once had to eat his friends. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • “Afro-Caribbean American Social Workers sharing our first hand experiences in the field. Laugh, cry and learn with us!”

  • Policy Implications Podcast is a show offered by Kozminski University and hosted by dr Olha Zadorozhna where the most recent research in economics and finance is discussed. During each episode, we talk about the main ideas of the research and what we can learn from it paying special attention to how its results can be used by the policymakers.

  • Biotech Frontiers, the HitGen Podcast, is a series of monthly conversations with leaders at the frontiers of biotech – entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, and policymakers. In each episode we spotlight key people, ideas, and technologies at the forefront of global efforts to improve people’s lives, while providing insight into topics at the intersection of science, business and policy.

  • Put your thinking caps on, folks. Huh? Science Explained is here, the weekly podcast brought to you by LiSTNR and Cosmos. Hosted by Cosmos’ very own science journos, this is the podcast that will answer all of life’s questions – in just 10 minutes.

  • Explore the myths, mysteries, and medical breakthroughs of the most complex and powerful organ in your body – your brain. Weaving together expert interviews with heartfelt, inspiring snapshots of the patients and family members in the middle of it all, Heather Sherman dives into the latest science on Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, epilepsy, stroke, concussion, spinal cord injury, brain cancer, chronic pain and other brain diseases and disorders. Along the way she uncovers surprising insights, sheds light on the latest research, and shares heroic, real life stories from the people on the front lines. Brought to you by Krembil Brain Institute at UHN, one of the largest and most comprehensive neurological centres in North America. Learn more about our mission at: http://www.uhn.ca/krembil

  • Elsevier's Thoracic Surgery Clinics Podcast, hosted by Consulting Editor Virginia R. Litle, features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the guest editors themselves. Articles can be accessed on the following platforms: theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and ClinicalKey.com. For subscription info visit: info.theclinics.com

  • The Lee Weather Team hosts a fast-paced weekly podcast that tackles hot topics (and cold!) plus what’s trending in meteorology, science and climate. The show isn't limited to hard science as our hosts and guests tug at your emotions from stories out in the elements. The Lee Weather team features Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia.

  • The focus of the MCG Pediatric Podcast is to produce educational material on pediatric general and subspecialty topics that will be helpful in everyday clinical practice. These discussions will be led by our pediatric residents with a general or subspecialty faculty member who is an expert in the field.

  • Dr Charlie Andrews, a GP from Bath and PCSG Committee Member, explores a range of gastroenterology topics from a GPs perspective. The focus of the series covers when to suspect, how to diagnose, when to refer and how to support your patients.

  • The podcast aimed at making the dark on call nights of radiology residency just a little brighter. Join James and Rebecca on their journey through different radiological studies in this fun, relaxing and educational podcast

  • HMS scientists tackle a variety of important questions, ranging from how your neurons work to which genes play a role in particular diseases. Our podcast gives you the scoop on some of this work, providing context and highlighting the latest trends in medical education and biomedical research.

  • The mission of the Long Beach, California-based Aquarium of the Pacific is to instill a sense of wonder, respect, and stewardship for the Pacific Ocean and its inhabitants. Through its year-round Guest Speaker Series, visitors are able to learn about the most current and pressing issues related to the ocean and environment. Experts share their knowledge and stories about local and global conservation issues in these short video podcasts.

  • The Cryonics Underground podcast explores the fascinating and underappreciated world of Cryonics - the process of pausing your biological functions at the moment of legal death with the goal of reviving you in the future. Join us for in-depth discussions on the scientific, social, philosophical, technological, and political implications of this unique and extraordinary experiment. Featuring leaders in the Cryonics industry alongside futurists, philosophers, scientists, and many others. Get ready to travel on this remarkable journey with us. And remember, it could literally save your life!

  • Bridging the gap between water plant operators and engineers

  • A classic sci-fi travelogue. Each episode, we visit real stars in order of increasing distance from Earth, focusing on the way those stars were described in classic science fiction stories. Join us on this journey through old stories about imaginary trips to real places.

  • Your Source for all Things Immortal.

    Gathering perspectives related to aging, longevity, and immortality from Earth and beyond.

    Join us as we see what various sciences, cultures, religions, and everything beyond views the idea of living longer and immortality.

  • SEDScast is a student-run podcast about space! We talk with industry professionals about a variety of space topics. The podcast is produced by Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS).

  • We aim to amplify the voices and experiences of individuals and communities throughout history to the current day who have been historically excluded, marginalized, oppressed, and exploited in the fields of science and medicine. This encompasses a focus on โ€œunsung heroesโ€ from underrepresented groups who have made major, oft-unrecognized contributions to their fields; examples of exploitation or exclusion of communities of people in the pursuit of medical advancement; and the struggles and triumphs encountered today by members of such groups. We believe it is essential to understand the exclusionary legacy of medical science and patient care in order to move toward a more inclusive, and ultimately more successful, laboratory bench.

  • Join Melissa as she dives deep into the weirdest, funniest, sciency-est ways in which animals intersect at humanity. How is a horse responsible for the FDA? How did fish farts nearly cause bombs to fly between Russia and Sweden? How did a pigeon save 194 soldiers in wartime? Why are honey bees trained to find unexploded landmines in Croatia? Let's go!