a scope ~リベラルアーツで世界を視る目が変わる~

NewsPicks

#32 完結編:人類に備わっている「ミラーシステム」ってなんだ(乾敏郎さん編④)

COTEN代表の深井龍之介さんがホストを務め、第一線で活躍する研究者を招待。リベラルアーツについて語っていきながら、私たちが生きる「この世界」を捉え直していく音声企画。第32回は、京都大学名誉教授の乾敏郎さんをゲストに迎えた、「脳科学」編の4回目。人の感情を左右する「ミラーシステム」について話が及ぶ。コミュニケーションをするために、人類が発達させてきた、この仕組みとは何か。
*a scope シーズン1は今回が完結編となります。ご愛聴いただき、誠にありがとうございました。
▼出演:
深井龍之介(COTEN) https://twitter.com/CotenFukai
乾敏郎(京都大学名誉教授)
野村高文(NewsPicks) https://twitter.com/nmrtkfm
▼音声編集:
樋口聖典(BOOK) https://twitter.com/HiguchiKi
西山直也(FUBI) https://twitter.com/nastynaoya
▼デザイン:
國弘朋佳(NewsPicks)
▼プロデューサー:
樋口聖典、野村高文
*深井さん、樋口さんが出演中の「COTEN RADIO」はこちらです https://cotenradio.fm/


サイエントーク

研究者レン & OLエマ

3. 君の命はどこから?RADWIMPS聴こえて次元トリップした。

生物は物じゃない。そもそもどこから来たのか?まだ答えのない問いに対する仮説についておしゃべりしました。途中からSFエンジンかかってしまいました。
・ヒトに生まれてよかった?
・生物の条件ってなに?
・生物に膜は必要か?
・生き物の複製の不思議
・ニワトリと卵の間のやつワールド
・地球の水はどこから?
・氷の彗星と君の名は。
・ハロルドユーリーと雷合成
・生き物と地球の環境
・なぜみんなセントラルドグマなんだろう。
・例外的な生物どっかにいないの?(次元的な意味で)
※3次元生物学というより4次元生物学でした。
・これから研究者が育つとエモさがサチってしまう。
※途中一瞬音飛びしたところを補完しています。

【参考資料】
・サイエンス大図鑑、著 アダム・ハートデイヴィス
・137億年の物語 宇宙が始まってから今日までの全歴史、著 クリストファー・ロイド
・この世界を知るための人類と科学の400万年史、著 レナード・ムロディナウ
・生物の「3つの定義」を知っていますか?
・「生命の起源」ついに明らかに? その想像以上にシンプルなメカニズム
・Zwicker, D., Seyboldt, R., Weber, C. et al. Growth and division of active droplets provides a model for protocells. Nature Phys 13, 408–413 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/nphys3984
・ハロルド・ユーリー
・地球の水はどこから来たのかという大問題
▶Twitter 感想は #サイエントーク
▶番組へのおたよりやプロフィールは公式サイトから→ https://scientalkclub.wixsite.com/scientalk
▶メール:  scientalkclub@gmail.com


そんない理科の時間

そんないプロジェクト

第465回 進化って単純で複雑 byそんない理科の時間B

■オープニング・遺伝の話をします・思い出の本、「利己的な遺伝子」・「嫌われる勇気」・「全国アホ・バカ分布考」・「女生徒の進路」 ■進化を考える・進化は目的ではなく結果・多様性が大事・遺伝子の視点で見てみる・生物の生存戦略...


超リアルな行動心理学

FERMONDO

#038 右側から話しかけるとOKがもらえる理由

イタリアのガブリエレ・ダヌンツィオ大学での研究によると、相手の右側(右耳)から話しかけるほうが、左側からより頼みごとの成功率が高まることが分かりました。
いろいろな説がありますが、実践してみるのも面白いですね。


科学のラジオ ~Radio Scientia~

ニッポン放送

第41回 科学のラジオ~Radio Scientia~

3月21日配信。

今月の「科学のラジオ」のテーマは

「ウィルスについてもう1回勉強しちゃおう」!

「コロナウィルス」と「インフルエンザウィルス」の違いって?

今、人類を脅かしているウィルスにはどんなものがあるの?

さあ、黒ラブ教授と吉田アナと一緒に「科学の旅」にでかけましょう!

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


ゆる数学ラジオ

ゆる数学ラジオ

#15-学びはいつからでも遅くない!『学問』と高校までの『教科』の違い〜しみと数学

しみさまが高校数学では無双したけど大学で大苦戦、でも卒論で復活を遂げたよ〜という話をしながら、学問で大事なのは「興味を持ったことを自ら能動的に学んでいく姿勢」だよね〜といった話をしてみました(◍ ´꒳` ◍)
大学行っている(た)方はそうだよな〜とかなつかしいよな〜とか思いながら、大学になじみがない方はへえええ〜と聴いていただいて、「何か学んでみたいな〜」「ゆる数学ラジオで学ぼうかな〜」とか思ってくれたら嬉しいです(◍•ᴗ•◍)
ちなみにこないだ三角関数ネタで大炎上してたときに、いちばん笑ったツイートはこちらです。(ゆとはIT系の仕事)
https://twitter.com/rikuhiro1_IT/status/1527230941097185280?s=20&t=9npdUppzp0gRy1turA-mcQ
ところで、ゆとがやっているもう1つのPodcast、ご存知ですか?「農と食のラボラジオ」こちらもスーパーおすすめです。 調理を科学的に解説してもらったり、ペヤング獄激辛Finalがどんだけやばいのかとかを話してます。
▶︎ Spotify:https://spoti.fi/3JBmzGi
▶︎Apple:https://apple.co/3GR4Lox
ご意見ご感想、こんなテーマで話して欲しい!などあれば、Twitterハッシュタグ #ゆる数学ラジオ でつぶやくか、お便りフォームからお気軽にてみてください٩( ᐛ )و  Twitterのフォローもぜひお願いします(◍ ´꒳` ◍)
Twitter ▶︎ https://twitter.com/yuru_sugaku
お便りフォーム ▶︎ https://forms.gle/tpv3McqYUnTTnZ2h6

▽聞き手ゆとのほかのPodcast
https://www.notion.so/utoc11/Podcast-9be96f405d0b43c4a5aa762c54e9e51c


コペテンナイト

コペテンナイト

【Season8.5宝塚】花・月・雪・星・宙・専科 #2

コペテンナイトは、春名・セミプロ・まことと葦原・ビギナー・みづほでお送りする、宇宙系おしゃべりポッドキャストです。クスッと笑えて、ちょっぴり宇宙に詳しくなれる!コペテンナイトはあなたの知的好奇心を刺激します。【毎週 水・土 更新】
Season 1: 小惑星探査機はやぶさ2
Season 2: 火星
Season 3: 金星
Season 4: タイタン
Season 4.5: 演劇学(みづほ先生回)
Season 5: 惑星の50のなぜ?(公開停止中)
Season 6: 月
Season 7: 月探査機かぐや
Season 8: 金星探査機あかつき
Season 8.5: 宝塚(みづほ先生回)←now!!
Special Episode 雑談回
Spacial Episode 佐々木亮の宇宙ばなしコラボ
Spacial Episode SciEnMANIAレンさんコラボ
Special Episode 楽しい学校コンサルタントSecond代表前田健志さんゲスト
Special Episode JWST(ジェイムズ・ウェッブ宇宙望遠鏡)
Special Episode 雑談回2
Special Episode サイエントークコラボ「コペテンしないと!」
【Twitter】 https://twitter.com/copetennight(ご感想は #コペテンナイト で!)
【E-mail】copetennight@gmail.com (おたよりお待ちしています!)
【podcast】ごはんのおとも(大学院生の日常をざっくばらんにひとり喋り〜「ごはんのおとも」.気ままに曜日不定期更新.ご感想は #まことのおとも で!)
【BGM】騒音のない世界 https://noiselessworld.net/
・デイライト
・終わりのない物語
【SE】効果音ラボ https://soundeffect-lab.info/


佐々木亮の宇宙ばなし

佐々木亮

570. 【ラスト...】Spotify独占配信後の3つの公約を発表します【初公開アリ】

Spotifyで「佐々木亮の宇宙ばなし」を聴くにはコチラから!
https://open.spotify.com/show/1L36EH14fS6dHgpBF58lkW?si=c127ff60118e4704

05/01からSpotify独占配信に切り替わる前ラスト!
これから達成していく目標というか公約を3つ話しながら、これまでを振り返ります。

Youtube(佐々木亮の宇宙ばなし)を再開します!
顔が見たい!宇宙の画像を見ながら楽しみたい!という方におすすめです。
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHW6gg92z7E7hdnhbStpzT

Voicy公式パーソナリティーとしても活動中!
Podcastの収録と同時に、Voicyでの生配信も実施している!?
https://voicy.jp/channel/1726

Instagram(ryo_astro)
https://www.instagram.com/ryo_astro/
Twitter(_ryo_astro)
https://twitter.com/_ryo_astro
note
https://note.com/ryo_sasaki

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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryo-sasaki/message


いんよう!

いんよう!

第201回【複雑談(ちょっと面倒な四方山話)35 統計学的な見方/AIと脳の使いどころ】

マクロ的に集団としての傾向を考える時と、ミクロ的な視点から個別具体例に向き合う時では見ているものが違うよね、という話をしています。

いんよう!YouTubeチャンネル
いんよう!Twitter
いんよう!ブログ
いんよう!文字起こし by keiさん(本編の音声の文字に起こしたものをnoteに上げてくれています)


ヴォイニッチの科学書

くりらじ

ヴォイニッチの科学書_20220618



60-Second Science

Scientific American

If Sea Ice Melts in the Arctic, Do Trees Burn in California?

A new study links sea ice decline with increasing wildfire weather in the Western United States.


SciEnMANIA/サイエンマニア

研究者レン

ネコの研究が人類を救うかも?ウイルスを正しく恐れよう!【HIVとネコのウイルス 後編】 #75

ヒト以外に感染する様々なウイルスについてや研究の魅力、ウイルス学若手ネットワークについて語っていただきました。
【ゲスト】
多賀 佳さん (https://twitter.com/linoluirus)
ウイルス学若手ネットワーク
https://twitter.com/VirologyWakate
【トピック】
・ウイルスを人はどう活用している?
・わたしとウイルスの出会い
・最後の謎を解きたい!
・HIV以外で興味があるウイルスは?
・猫のウイルス
・レムデシビルの実例
・ウイルス若手ネットワークとは?
・植物ウイルスや海洋ウイルス
・正しい知識で正しく恐れる。
毎週月曜日配信。ポッドキャストのフォローやレビューいただけると嬉しいです。
Twitter #サイエンマニア
https://twitter.com/REN_SciEnTALK
SciEnMANIA公式サイト(おたよりフォーム)
科学系ポッドキャスト サイエントーク → https://scientalkclub.wixsite.com/scientalk
BGM
only a little


医学講座

ラジオNIKKEI

CAR-T細胞療法の現状と動向(2022.6.7放送)


2022年6月7日放送
テーマ:「CAR-T細胞療法の現状と動向」
演者:岡山大学血液・腫瘍・呼吸器・アレルギー内科教授 前田嘉信


すごい進化ラジオ

鈴木 紀之(昆虫生態学者)

【告知】次回からSpotify独占配信!次なる目標は"進化リテラシー"(すごい進化ラジオ)

【重要なお知らせ】いつも視聴していただきありがとうございます。次回から「すごい進化ラジオ」はSpotify独占配信となります! 新しいエピソードはSpotifyのみから公開されるようになりますので、今後はSpotifyから「すごい進化ラジオ」をお楽しみください。スマホ・パソコンから無料で視聴できます。引き続きよろしくお願いします。
「すごい進化ラジオ」は大学のオンライン授業のコンテンツとして制作してきました。今後も、生き物の生態や進化のふしぎに興味のあるリスナーのみなさんを対象に、専門的な内容を分かりやすく伝えていきたいと思っています。「すごい進化ラジオ」を楽しみながら聴いているうちに、私たち一人ひとりが現代社会を生き抜く上で必要な、環境問題や生物多様性についての知識や考え方、すなわち「進化リテラシー」が育っていけばと願っています。
ーーー
■ 出演
鈴木 紀之(高知大学・農林海洋科学部・准教授)
ウェブサイト・http://noriyuki.moo.jp/home/
Twitter・https://twitter.com/fvgnoriyuki
Instagram・https://www.instagram.com/fvgnoriyuki/
泉 淳稀(大学院生)
■ 編集協力
泉 北斗・https://hizumi0917.wixsite.com/my-site-2
■ 著書
『すごい進化 「一見すると不合理」の謎を解く』中公新書・http://www.chuko.co.jp/shinsho/2017/05/102433.html
『博士の愛したジミな昆虫』岩波ジュニア新書(共編著)・https://www.iwanami.co.jp/book/b505831.html


Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

The Premonition

When Paul Burnham was a teenager, he received what felt like a premonition: he would die at the age of 54. Now, he's 54. This week, what his story of confronting death reveals about life.If you like this show, be sure to check out our other work, including our recent episode about the power of doing less.Also, check out our new podcast, My Unsung Hero! And if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at support.hiddenbrain.org. 


Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

How science can tackle inequality

00:38 The science of studying inequalityWe discuss the research looking to understand the root causes and symptoms of inequalities, how they are growing, and how a cross-disciplinary approach may be the key to tackling them.Editorial: Equity must be baked into randomized controlled trialsNews Feature: How COVID has deepened inequality — in six stark graphicsCareer Feature: The rise of inequality research: can spanning disciplines help tackle injustice?07:26 The randomised trials helping to alleviate povertyFor decades, researchers have been running randomised trials to assess different strategies to lift people out of poverty. Many of these trials centre on providing people with cash grants – we hear how these trials have fared, efforts to improve on them, and the difficulties of scaling them up.News Feature: These experiments could lift millions out of dire poverty21:23 Why breast cancers metastasize differently at different types of dayA t


きえはる心理学ラジオ

きえはる心理学ラジオ

#35 きえはる心理学ラジオ 31日の特別雑談回:Spotify独占配信に関するアレコレ

公認心理師の植木希恵とVoicyトップパーソナリティのはるが、心理学の歴史、日常に使える心理学を切り口に思考を深める対話番組「きえはる心理学ラジオ」。毎月1のつく日(1日・11日・21日・31日)の午後1時に配信します。  

第35回は、31日の特別雑談回! 今回は、明日6月1日からSpotify独占配信が始まることについて、きえとはるがお話しています。Spotify独占配信がどういうことなのか、独占配信スタートに向けて二人が準備したことなど、番組制作の裏話が次々と!音声配信をしてみたいと思っている方にも参考になる話題、ぜひ最後までお楽しみください!  

ご感想は #きえはる心理学ラジオ でTwitterでつぶやいていただけると嬉しいです!
Twitter https://twitter.com/kieharu_psyc?s=20&t=38v6TpDGNw8jXej-_oTOFw

無料で聴けるSpotifyでの独占配信が6月1日から始まります。
スマホアプリをダウンロードして、番組フォローをお願いします。 https://t.co/L8T70sibkj  

今回はおまけ回です。
0:49 今回の話題「Spotifyの独占になる話」
1:22 どうしてSpotify独占になるの??
2:09 Spotify独占になるメリットは??
2:52 影の役者がいるんです!!で、もっと良いものが届けられるようになったらな!!と思ってます。
4:45 番組のアイコンも作ってもらいました!!!(収録時にはまだ出来上がってませんでした。今は新しいのになってます。見ていただけましたか?)
5:59 収録がアイコンのイラストに反映されるのに、ヨガウェアで急に焦るはる
6:36 急にパーソナルカラーと骨格診断の診断結果で盛り上がる二人
9:04 そして、我にかえる二人
9:50 はるの音声配信の特徴比較
11:4


TEDTalks 科学と医療

TED

新型コロナを最後のパンデミックにするには | ビル・ゲイツ


パンデミックのない未来の実現は容易ではないがそのためのツールや戦略があり、投資が必要だとビル・ゲイツは言います。この未来志向の講演で彼は、パンデミックになる前にアウトブレイクを発見し抑えるための多様な専門家からなる「世界的感染症緊急対策(GERM)」チームの創設を提案しています。病気の監視、研究開発、医療システムの改善に投資することで「誰もが健康で生産的な人生を送れ、次のパンデミックを恐れずに済む世界」は作れるのだと。


Emerald Practices–エメラルド プラクティシズ

TAO & LILLIAN

第44回【メディアが”希望”なワケ】名取由佳

変化を起こす為にはまず「知る」ことが大事。メディアの気候変動報道をサポートするために立ち上がったMedia is Hope発起人の名取由佳さんに、これまでの道のりと今後の展望を伺った。

ゲスト:名取由佳(気候アクティビスト・ソーシャルワーカー)

*Media is Hopeの活動の原点
*「感謝の気持ち」で変化を起こす!
*こんな企画もできるかも?気候変動テーマの番組アイデア!
*欧州滞在中のりりあんが出会った海外の活動家たち
*Media is Hopeの活動をサポートする「ギフト」を贈ろう!

Media is Hope クラウドファンディング (6/30まで)

■名取由佳 2019年に気候変動の実態を知り、一般企業からソーシャルワーカーに転身。仕事をしながら気候危機解決に向けての発信・啓蒙活動、必要なプロジェクトやキャンペーン活動を行う。Media is Hope共同代表・発起人・オーガナイザー

■小野 りりあん 気候正義活動家/モデル  89年八戸生まれ札幌育ち。スパイラルクラブ共同設立。Green TEA ~Team Environmental Activists共同設立。できるだけ飛行機に乗らず、環境活動家を尋ねる世界一周の旅の実践から、気候変動情報&アクションを発信。気候正義ムーブメントを広げるべく、さまざまなプロジェクトをオーガナイズしつつ、活動家の活動拠点&住宅を兼ねたactivists house the roots” 運営。Instagram:@_lillianono_ @green.tea.official @activistshouse

番組SNS  Instagram:@emeraldpractices  Twitter:@emeraldpractice


NeuroRadio

NeuroRadio

#38 Latent dynamics

Allen Instituteでのラボミーティング形式、リフレッシュ方法、PDF日本語訳の活用、等について雑談。フラッシュ論文紹介は、分スケールの周期を持つ反復する発火シーケンス@MEC、mPFCから海馬への長距離抑制性入力が起点となるdis-disinhibition回路、異なる個体の神経活動を類似した潜在空間に埋め込む手法、など。(5/23収録)
Show Notes:

来春にWyss研究所移転
SfN:Society for Neuroscience 北米神経科学会。世界最大の超巨大神経系学会。
Cosyne Meeting
近所のメキシコ料理屋の美味しいブリトー(El PelonのEl Guapo, guacamole追加がオススメ)
Schnitzer論文
論文その1:Minute-scale oscillatory sequences in medial entorhinal cortex 
Striatumを冷やした時の時間認知変化
論文その2:Top-down control of hippocampal signal-to-noise by prefrontal long-range inhibition
Meno Witterによる、PFCから海馬への直接投射は無いよ、の論文
Rajasethupathy et al
No evidence from complementary data sources of a direct projection from the mouse anterior cingulate cortex to the hippocampal formation 
Amygdala業界での似たような議論:IL->ITCがあるのでは言われてたが、おそらくIL->BLA->ITCのdi-synapse性
Peter Somogyiラボ
九大の神野先生
玉巻先生
も昔海馬のlong range i


青春あるでひど

ぶっちょカシワギとアニワギはかせ

第835話「大木に 眼鏡をかける 梅雨曇り」

あいも変わらず食べ物の話をしています。今週も質問を二つ。視力の話と、大木の話。220621CHO835_vision_and_huge_tree.mp3


あなたも科学に恋をする!サイエンスラバー

一般社団法人LeaL

科学をこよなく愛する研究者を毎回お招きし、なぜそこまで愛してしまったのか?どんな魅力があるのかを伺います。 MCは、文系ど真ん中だけど科学を愛してみたい瀬戸と、学生時代は遺伝学を研究し既に科学を愛している小池です。 これを聞けば、あなたも科学を好きになれる?! 「学びについて学ぶラボ」一般社団法人LeaLが運営しています。


研エンの仲

Ryohei & Ayaka

#80 London Underground Mosquito

プリンストン大学で進化生態学の研究をしているYukiさんとコロンビア大学で公衆衛生を学んでいるNaoさんをお迎えして、2人がアメリカに留学した経緯や、最近Yukiさんが発表された「蚊」の生態進化についての論文の内容を語っていただきました。
・ 2020冬 - 修士課程への留学 - 海外大学院留学説明会 (Yukiさんが司会でAyakaとNaoさんが留学の経緯についてお話ししています。)
・Yukiさんのロンドン地下鉄蚊の生態進化についての論文
・YukiさんのTwitterの論文解説スレッド  (日本語)
・Yukiさんの Twitterの論文解説スレッド(英語)
・Naoさんのウガンダにおける青少年のインフォームドコンセントに関する修論
・Naoさんのスピーチ
・gene driveに関するYukiさんの解説 (注: gene driveについては専門でないので情報が間違っている/古いかもしれません!)
・ロンドン地下鉄の蚊に関するかつての定説に関する論文
・かつての定説が紹介されている一般向けの科学本


農と食のラボラジオ

農食ラジオ

農学ガチ勢TT(サラリーマン研究員)が、農学ビギナーゆとに「農」と「食」について話しまくる番組です。配信テーマ例→遺伝子組換は絶対ダメ?/国産は良くて、外国産はダメ?/etc… 農学ビギナーゆと的には、『最新回』または『 農学は世に役に立っている?〜【薬/うまい】こんなところにも微生物の恩恵が!?ほか #02』を試し聴きしていただいて、良いなと思ってくださった方は #00 から通して聴くのがおすすめです(◍•ᴗ•◍) ▽お便りフォーム https://forms.gle/cvvTFe2DxHsJYHUz7 <TTプロフィール> 農学修士。その後サラリーマン研究員として農と食と戯れる。Podcastはほとんど聴いてこなかったが、農食ラジオを始めてからは沼にハマり中。 <ゆとプロフィール> 大学院まで物理を学んだ工学修士。新卒はベネッセで進研ゼミづくり。その後ITに軸足を移し、今は音声コンテンツに夢中。まなびガチ勢。 <農学ビギナーゆとの好きなPodcast> この辺りの番組が好きな人に楽しんでもらえる番組にしていきます٩( ᐛ )و ・ゆる言語学ラジオ ・コテンラジオ ・a scope ・ドングリFM ・ゆとりっ娘たちのたわごと ・みんなの才能研究所 ▽この番組で利用させていただいているBGM/ジングルのサイト一覧 https://bit.ly/3OUJPSl


60-Second Mind

Scientific American

Up Your Online Dating Game with Evidence-Based Strategies

Choosing a user name starting with a letter appearing earlier in the alphabet is just one scientifically vetted way to increase the odds of turning an online encounter into a first date. Christopher Intagliata reports


Thinking Allowed

BBC Radio 4

Covid and change

Covid: Laurie Taylor explores the impact of the pandemic on our working and home lives. Will Davies, Professor in Political Economy at Goldsmiths, University of London, suggests it has revealed the politics of our economy, offering prosperity to some and hardships to others. He’s joined by Heejung Chung, Professor of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Kent, whose research explores the impact of Covid on flexible working . Has it led to a more equal division of labour for heterosexual couples or entrenched existing inequalities?

Producer: Jayne Egerton


Discovery

BBC World Service

The Life Scientific: Jacinta Tan

When a person with severe anorexia nervosa refuses food, the very treatment they need to survive, is that refusal carefully considered and rational, as it can appear to those around them? Or is it really the illness that’s causing them to say ‘no’?

This is one of the thorny ethical dilemmas that Jacinta Tan has wrestled with over the course of her career. She is deeply curious about the mind, and has spent hundreds of hours sitting with people with anorexia nervosa, not persuading them to eat, rather listening to them talk about what’s going on in their minds and how the illness influences their decisions.

These rich internal worlds, that she has revealed, shape her work as a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, where she treats people with eating disorders. The views of those with the condition and their families have been central to the recent government reviews of the Eating Disorde


バイリンガリレオ

Naoto&Kianu

第117話「季節をまたいで蓄電できる!?米国エネルギー省の新技術とは? 」

気候変動の対策として必要不可欠な再生可能エネルギー。しかし、太陽光・風力等は発電量の調整が効きません。そこで必要なのは電池。エネルギーを効率的に保つ蓄電池を紹介します!!  
When it comes to climate change, transitioning to renewable energy is required. We introduce you to an efficient battery to store energy.


Making Sense with Sam Harris

Sam Harris

#285 — American Division

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with David French about forces that are pulling American society apart. They discuss David’s experience as a JAG officer in Iraq, his experience of harassment for coming out against Trump, the way real grievances drive political derangement, the illiberalism on both the Left and the Right, the role of prophecy in Evangelical support for Trump, honor culture, the response to Hunter Biden’s laptop, the January 6th hearings, the personality cult of Trumpism, federalism, geographic sorting, group polarization, cultural divisions in sports and entertainment, the gun rights movement, the ethics of gun ownership, whether Trump will be prosecuted, the 2024 Presidential campaign, the dangers of online activism, and other topics. SUBSCRIBE to listen to the rest of this episode and gain access to all full-length episodes of the podcast at samharris.org/subscribe.   Learning how to train your mind is the single g


Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine

Using waste to fuel airplanes, nature-based climate solutions, and a book on Indigenous conservation

On this week’s show: Whether biofuels for planes will become a reality, mitigating climate change by working with nature, and the second installment of our book series on the science of food and agriculture

First this week, Science Staff Writer Robert F. Service talks with producer Meagan Cantwell about sustainable aviation fuel, a story included in Science’s special issue on climate change. Researchers have been able to develop this green gas from materials such as municipal garbage and corn stalks. Will it power air travel in the future?

Also in the special issue this week, Nathalie Seddon, a professor of biodiversity at the University of Oxford, chats with host Sarah Crespi about the value of working with nature to support the biodiversity and resilience of our ecosystems. Seddon emphasizes that nature-based solutions alone cannot stop climate chang


TED Talks Science and Medicine

TED

Our longing for cosmic truth and poetic beauty | Maria Popova


Linking together the histories of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Edwin Hubble and Tracy K. Smith, poet and thinker Maria Popova crafts an astonishing story of how humanity came to see the edge of the observable universe. (Followed by an animated excerpt of "My God, It's Full of Stars," by Tracy K. Smith)


The Science Hour

BBC World Service

Thirty years after the Earth Summit

Thirty years ago, world leaders met at the United Nations Earth Summit in Rio and appeared to commit to action to tackle two of the world's greatest environmental threats. The Earth Summit launched the UN Climate Change Convention and the Convention on Biological Diversity. Science in Action assesses their success by talking to atmospheric scientist Sir Bob Watson, a former chair of the International Panel of Climate Change, and to Tom Oliver, professor of applied ecology at the University of Reading.

Arctic zoologist Kristin Laidre tells us about the identification of an unique population of polar bears in Southeast Greenland. The bears’ unusual habitat and means of survival may make them more resilient to the loss of sea ice as the Arctic region continues to warm. Finally, archaeo-geneticist Maria Spyrou talks about her team’s detective work which points to an area of Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia as the likely source of the 14th


道草を食む 〜雑草を暮らしに活かすRadio〜

Michikusa

21皿め ヤブガラシ

【今日のテーマ:街中でも山菜採り気分を味わおう!】4月24日は植物学の日/春はやや亡霊のような佇まい?…しかしそんな今が旬!/知られざるスマートな戦略/ヤブガラシを美味しく食べるポイント2つ/ナンチャッテ山菜そばを作ろう!※ただし街中に住む方限定

・「ペロ・・・これは同種の味!!」
つる植物は接触化学識別(味覚)を使って同種を避けている
https://www.a.u-tokyo.ac.jp/topics/2017/20170302-1.html

・つる草はハダニがいる植物には巻き付かないことを発見 ―歩行性害虫の「接触感染」を避ける術―
https://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/sites/default/files/embed/jaresearchresearch_results2019documents190429_101.pdf

▪︎番組のご意見・ご感想・リクエスト等はTwitterまたはInstagramのハッシュタグ#道草を食む にてよろしくお願いします?✨
▪︎Apple Podcastのレビューも随時募集中☘️

●Instagram
https://www.instagram.com/wildflower_michikusa
日々の雑草料理の写真など

●twitter
https://mobile.twitter.com/tampopopon9
メインアカウント

https://mobile.twitter.com/w_f_michikusa
身のまわりの雑草図鑑

●Youtube
https://youtube.com/channel/UC0-7fXULgqqMIfN3P4BV-Pg
雑草料理を作るようすなど(AMSR風)


ドクターサロン

ラジオNIKKEI

「ピロリ菌の3次除菌療法」(220616)

「ピロリ菌の3次除菌療法」(解説)国際医療福祉大学病院 消化器内科 教授  佐藤貴一氏(ききて)順天堂大学教授  池田志斈氏


Overheard at National Geographic

National Geographic

Solving the Mystery of the Boiling River

As a boy growing up in Peru, Andrés Ruzo recalls his grandfather’s stories about the horrors Spanish conquistadores encountered in the Amazon, including a “boiling river.” Years later, Ruzo, a National Geographic Explorer, journeys into the Amazon to try to find the waterway.
For more information on this episode, visit nationalgeographic.com/overheard.
Want more?
Read Andrés’s book: The Boiling River: Adventure and Discovery in the Amazon.
Also explore: 
Curious what you can do to help the river’s ecosystem? Go to www.boilingriver.org. 
For subscribers: 
Read a Q&A with Andrés to learn more about the communities that live around Shanay-Timpishka and the theories scientists explored to understand why the river boils.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


Science Friday

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Seabird Poop, ‘Prehistoric Planet’ TV Show, Dry Great Plains, Six Foods For A Changing Climate. May 20, 2022, Part 2

We Need To Talk About Bird Poop
Seabird poop—sometimes called guano—was the “white gold” of fertilizers for humans for millennia. Rich in nitrogen and phosphorus from birds’ fish-based diets, the substance shaped trade routes and powered economies until chemical fertilizers replaced it.
But while people may no longer find bird poop profitable, these same poop deposits—often found on islands or coasts where the birds nest and rear their young—may also be nurturing ecosystems that would be left high and dry if the birds were to disappear. As seabird populations quickly decline, that’s becoming an increasing risk.
Australian researchers Megan Grant and Jennifer Lavers talk to Ira about the under-appreciated role of bird guano in ecosystems, and why scientists should be looking more closely at the poop patterns of endangered seabirds.

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Short Wave

NPR

Let's Get Crafty With Agar Art!

Pull out your art supplies because it's time to get crafty--with agar! At the intersection of biology and art lies a creative medium that's actually alive. Scientists and artists practice etching designs on petri dishes with bacterial paint that can grow and multiply.Aaron Scott talks with science correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce about her foray into the agar art world.Have another craft suggestion? Email the show at shortwave@npr.org.


60-Second Health

Scientific American

Emulsifiers in Food Linked to Obesity in Mice

The common food additives altered mice microbiomes to encourage gut inflammation and overeating. Dina Fine Maron reports
 


Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

42 - Anuj Shah: Knowledge of Strangers and Community Policing

Joseph speaks with Prof. Anuj Shah about a lab experiment on social perceptions, in particular how when we learn a few details about a stranger, we seem to feel like they know and understand us too. They also talk about a field experiment in the New York City housing developments which affected social perceptions and was linked to lower rates of crime after people were provided with some details about neighborhood police officers. Anuj is an associate professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago, Booth School of Business. His research uses psychology and behavioral science to examine social issues such as poverty, youth violence, and crime.Shah, A. K., & LaForest, M. (2022). Knowledge about others reduces one’s own sense of anonymity. Nature, 603(7900), 297-301.Anuj’s personal website: http://theslab.uchicago.edu/anuj/--We are currently conducting a survey to get to know our listeners better an


誰かに話したくなる船の秘密

ふねくん(巨大貨物船設計者)

船の最大の魅力は大きさです

とにかく大きな船、この魅力をどうやって伝えられるのかを真剣に考えた結果をお知らせします!


宇宙と素粒子の夜

Space-podcast

配信中断について

リスナーの皆様へ現在局長F_Aの本業多忙のため、配信することが出来ない状態になっております。この状況は後数ヶ月は続きそうです。状況が改善次第配信を再開したいと思っておりますので、何卒ご理解の程お願い申し上げます。局長F_A


不安になったら聴く防災ラジオ

Fm yokohama 84.7(FMヨコハマ)

不安に思うことの9割は起こらないというけれど、逆に言うと1割は起こるということ。 不安になった時に何度でも確認できるポッドキャストプログラム。 最初の5分で言いたいことをまとめていますので、不安でたまらない方は最初だけでもお聴きください。 DJは光邦、取材キャスターは日下純。専門家や経験検者から取材の模様をわかりやすくお伝えします。 Follow the podcast:  Apple Podcasts  / Google Podcast / Spotify


Science In Action

BBC World Service

Death in the rainforest

Tree mortality in tropical moist forests in Australia has been increasing since the mid 1980s. The death rate of trees appears to have doubled over that time period. According to an international team of researchers, the primary cause is drier air in these forests, the consequence of human-induced climate change. According to ecologist David Bauman, a similar process is likely underway in tropical forests on other continents.

Also in the programme: the outbreaks of monkeypox in Europe and North America… Could SARS-CoV-2 infection lingering in the gut be a cause of Long Covid? News of a vaccine against Epstein Barr virus, the cause of mononucleosis, various cancers and multiple sclerosis.



Image:
Credit: Getty Images

Presenter: Roland Pease
Producer: Andrew Luck-Baker


CrowdScience

BBC World Service

Does photographic memory exist?

Most people are great at remembering key points from important events in their lives, while the finer details - such as the colour of the table cloth in your favourite restaurant or the song playing on the radio while you brushed your teeth - are forgotten. But some people seem to have the power to remember events, documents or landscapes with almost perfect recall, which is widely referred to as having a photographic memory.

Crowdscience listeners Tracy and Michael want to know if photographic memory actually exists and if not, what are the memory processes that allow people to remember certain details so much better than others?

Putting her own memory skills to the test along the way, presenter Marnie Chesterton sets out to investigate just what’s happening inside our brains when we use our memories, the importance of being able to forget and why some people have better memories than others.

Produced by Han


のんびり人類学ラジオ

Nonbiri Anthropology

大学院で人類学を学んだ/学んでいるわたしたちが、人類学のおもしろさをのんびり楽しく発信するチャンネルです。 フィールドワークのおもしろさ。 研究や調査を通して/とともに学んだこと。 人類学の視点を通して生きてみると、世界がどう違ってみえるのか、どんな世界があるのか。 論文や書籍からはこぼれてしまいがちな、でも面白いものごとについて、のんびり語っていきます。 これから大学院を志す方、大学で人類学を学んだ方、人類学に興味がある方。この企画を通して、いろんな方々に人類学のおもしろさを伝えていきたいです。 【とくいな分野】 文化人類学、人類学、人文学 【You Tube】 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmkPv9tAw7txZyuuqPfHyow 【Twitter】 https://twitter.com/anthro_nnbr 【チャンネルへのご感想、お便りはこちら】 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/15hA5JFR3du_XXWbDYqfZHrqUrMk4PTBX_o9qhn4x6s4/edit


筑波大学ポッドキャスト「研究室サイドストーリー」

筑波大学|University of Tsukuba

筑波大学で行われているさまざまな研究について、なかなか表には出てこない裏話的なエピソードを中心に、研究者本人に直接お話しを聞く番組です。


60-Second Earth

Scientific American

New Map Knows Noise

National Park Service researchers recorded ambient sound from all over the country to find out where there’s still stillness. David Biello reports


Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

Why can some people speak dozens of languages? with Ev Fedorenko, PhD

For those of us who speak only one language, the idea of learning twenty or thirty sounds impossible. But there are “hyperpolyglots” who have managed this remarkable feat. Evelina Fedorenko, PhD, of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses what sets polyglots apart and what scientists might learn from studying them. She also discusses how language is processed in the brain, why it’s so much easier for kids to learn languages than adults, the relationship between language and thought and how we can think without language, and more. Links Ev Fedorenko, PhD Speaking of Psychology Home Page Sponsor Newport Health


Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに

Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに

『Home stars 星のある暮らしを、あなたに』 みなさんには、どんな星空との思い出がありますか? この番組は、家庭用プラネタリウム、ホームスターがお送りする、 ご自宅に星空のある暮らしを感じていただくPodcast番組です。 さあ、本日も一緒に、星が瞬く旅へと出掛けていきましょう。


生物をざっくり紹介するラジオ 〜ぶつざく〜

今もあの日の生物部

第69話:✉️「ハマナス」をざっくり紹介

【ストーリー紹介】
バラの仲間で花・果実・根とどこをとっても活用できる。
北海道に行ったときはぜひ海岸沿いのハマナスも見に行こう!
この話では「とよ」と「しろ」がパーソナリティーを務めます。
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【ぶつざくBGM】
・OP:明日かやります(作:いまたく氏 DOVA-SYNDROME)
https://dova-s.jp
・ジングル:Island Short(Final Cut Pro X)
・本編BGM:Jaracanda(Final Cut Pro X)
・ED:Rainbow Meadow(作:SHUNTA氏 DOVA-SYNDROME)
https://dova-s.jp
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【参考】
・地球博物学大図鑑(監修:スミソニアン協会 東京書籍)
・三訂版フォトサイエンス生物図録(数研出版)
・たたかう植物-仁義なき生存戦略(著:稲垣栄洋 ちくま新書)
・ 知 っ て た ? 「 ハ マ ナ ス 」 の お 印 の 由 来(Living Mate )
https://mrs.living.jp/livingmate/livingmate086/mate_fashion/3655323
・ ハ マ ナ ス(Wikipedia)
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/ハマナス
・ローズヒップティーの効果効能を調査!おいしい飲み方も見逃せない!(macaro)
https://macaro-ni.jp/33465
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【お知らせ】
番組への暖かいお便りはトップページまたは以下にあるお便りフォームからお送りください??????
また、Twitterや公式YouTubeチャンネルにて番組の告知やメンバーの日常、飼育している生物などなどを発信していますので、そちらもチェック・フォローしていただけるとすごく嬉しいです!全ては「今もあの


Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 195 Neuroscience of Emotion with David Anderson

This month's episode is an interview with David J Anderson from Cal Tech. We talk about his new book The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US. We talk about how emotion CAN be studied in animals by using methods that focus on brain states rather than verbal descriptions. Dr. Anderson also explains why this experimental work is essential to developing more effective treatment of mental illnesses. This episode is a follow up to my discussion of The Neuroscience of Emotion: A New Synthesis by Ralph Adolphs and David J. Anderson in BS 151 (2018) Links and References: The Nature of the Beast: How Emotions Guide US by David J Anderson David Anderson,PhD. , California Institute of Technology Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: The Minor Consult podcast at theminorconsult.com TextExpander at textexpander.com/brain-science Announcements


酒巻一平の「医者が教える医療の話」

酒巻一平

第256回「インフルエンザ」

新型コロナウイルス感染症の流行が始まった2019-2020シーズン以降、日本国内ではインフルエンザの報告数が激 … "第256回「インフルエンザ」" の続きを読む


自然資本論

自然資本論

東京檜原村の東京チェンソーズ高橋と長野県伊那市のやまとわ奥田が送る「自然資本論」。マーケティングやデザイン視点をもちながら、植物生態学や森・海・里など自然資本をめぐる話を、面白おかしくしていく番組です。   自然における感動ポイントなんかも、皆さんに紹介していきたいと思います。   奥田悠史 株式会社やまとわ / 森林ディレクター Twitter @hinodemae525 instagram @yuji_okuda 株式会社やまとわ https://yamatowa.co.jp 高橋和馬 株式会社東京チェンソーズ / 森デリバリー担当 Twitter @kazuma19850807 株式会社東京チェンソーズ https://tokyo-chainsaws.jp/


不器用な研究者がホントに伝えたい話

藤原研究室(東京医科歯科大学国際健康推進医学分野)

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


60-Second Tech

Scientific American

Contact Lens Binoculars Are in Sight

Researchers revealed their latest prototype contact lenses that magnify vision almost three times with the wink of an eye. Larry Greenemeier reports
 


Circulation on the Run

Carolyn Lam, MBBS, PhD

Circulation April 12, 2022 Issue

This week, please join author Enrico Ammirati and Guest Editor Stephane Heymans as they discuss the article "Prevalence, Characteristics, and Outcomes of COVID-19–Associated Acute Myocarditis." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the Journal and its editors. We're your co-host. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore.  Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature on this April 12, we are going to review COVID-19–associated acute myocarditis, looking at the prevalence and the outcomes. But before we get to that feature discussion, how about we grab a cup of coffee and discuss some of the other articles in the issue, and maybe there could be a quiz in there somewhere. Dr. Carol


TED Climate

TED

The future of the food ecosystem -- and the power of your plate | Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli


Many people across the world don't have access to healthy food -- while in other places tons of food go to waste. Social entrepreneur Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli thinks we can take bold steps to fix this problem. She lays out what it would take to build a more equitable, sustainable food system that nourishes all people and asks us to widen our perspectives before eating our next meal.


WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More

WIRED

A Global Boom in Fences Is Harming Wildlife




Barriers are going up rapidly as border projects and livestock farming increase, but they impede wildlife migrations and genetically isolate threatened species.



The Climate Question

BBC World Service

What does war in Ukraine mean for the climate? Part 2: Energy Security

In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, parts of the world are so dependent on Russian gas that they have no option but to continue to buy it. This week’s episode looks long term plans for improving energy security, particularly in Europe where the biggest focus is on increasing renewables. Whilst this sounds like great news for the climate, Europe only accounts for 10% of the worlds’ emissions. For fossil fuel rich countries like the United States, energy security policy will mean pumping more oil and gas out of the ground.

We visit Bonny Island in the Niger Delta where business in Liquified Natural Gas is booming to explore how other resource rich countries stand to gain from the increase in oil and gas prices. And ask, as the world makes plans to stop purchasing Russian oil and gas, what will this mean for Russia’s climate policy?

Presenters Kate Lamble and Jordan Dunbar spe


60-Second Space

Scientific American

Bacteria Got an Early Fix on Nitrogen

New evidence points to the evolution of the ability for bacteria to grab nitrogen from the atmosphere some 3.2 billion years ago, about 1.2 billion years earlier than thought—with implications for finding extraterrestrial life. Lee Billings reports


NASA's Curious Universe

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The Search For Life: Are We Alone?

Are we alone in the universe? It's a question studied in science fiction, but also by teams here at NASA. Join us as we search for signs of life outside of Earth with scientists Aki Roberge, Ravi Kopparapu, and Shawn Domagal-Goldman.


BBC Inside Science

BBC Radio 4

Buried Mars Landers, Freezing Species, and Low-Tide Archaeology

Since 2018, Nasa's InSight Mars lander has been sitting on the surface listening to the seismic rumbles of the red planet's deep interior. But this week, plans were announced to finally phase down its activity, as martian dust obscures too much of its solar panels to power it through the forthcoming winter. Jon Amos tells Vic Gill of some of its many successes, and quite why it didn't fly with a duster on board.

50 years of observations across Australia's northern tropical forests suggest yet more bad news for the climate. Trees’ mortality has, it seems, doubled since the 1980s. As Oxford University's David Bauman tells Vic, it seems to be linked to a drying of the air as temperatures rise, and if the trend is also true across the world's other moist tropical forests, they could rapidly slip from being carbon sinks, to carbon sources.

Conservationists say we’re losing animal species faster


農業で世界を見る|農マニア

LINEAR TUBE

Ep52 東ヨーロッパの農業 「チェルノーゼム…ウクライナの肥沃な大地〜東ヨーロッパ諸国の農業」

シーズン7/第4話/かつてソ連だった地域を中心とした東ヨーロッパ諸国の農業/極北ロシアは永久凍土/極東ロシアの大半はタイガ/ウクライナの穀物栽培を支える肥沃な黒土地帯〜チェルノーゼム/超優秀な腐葉土?/小麦・大麦・とうもろこしなど…改めて穀物とは/世界の食糧事情に影響を与えるロシア南東部からウクライナ・ベラルーシにかけての穀物栽培と輸出/ロシアの農地面積は小規模?/チェルノーゼムを含む東ヨーロッパ平原と食糧安全保障/世界的な食糧危機を招くと言われているロシアのウクライナ侵攻。世界的な穀物生産地域でもあるロシア・ウクライナを中心とした東ヨーロッパ平原の農業事情についてのお話。


TSUCHIYA EARTHOLOGY

J-WAVE

2/21放送より 西表島・cobaさんが紡ぐ1曲

西表島でのロケを通じ、cobaさんの心に芽生えた思いを渾身の演奏で表現します。


メッシュワークラジオ

合同会社メッシュワーク

人類学者による企業「合同会社メッシュワーク」のPodcastです 感想は、#メッシュワークラジオ #人類学者の目をインストールする で投稿してください。お待ちしています。 https://meshwork.jp/ お問合せ:https://forms.gle/7iyvVoSbov3NM1X9A


小農ラジオ

ユウちゃん

土壌医talk-4 とよしまさん@九州土壌医の会 #69

香川県からとよしまさん
きっかけはニンニクが腐る/未熟な牛糞堆肥が温度上昇で効いてきた結果/体系的に学べる土壌医/土壌医は共通言語/一級のレポート/作物生産と土づくり(土壌医会報誌)/ブロッコリーの省力・ローコスト・減肥栽培/オクラの残渣すき込みによる土づくり/のら土壌医、身を固める/エネルギッシュな会長と切れ者の事務局長が必要/畑の虫で昆虫食/カメムシを食べて駆除/ミナミアオカメムシ/たいていパクチー/鬼灯カメムシはフルーティー・青リンゴフレーバー/香料利用としてのカメムシ/Integlated Pest Management→Eat Pest Management/カメムシは集合フェロモン/食べて密度調整がちょうどいい?/シロイチモジヨトウの感受性を回復する/他の虫を巻き添えにしない選択性農薬/農薬はコモンズ/ローテーションで感受性を回復/土着天敵/クレオメとタバコカスミカメ/虫を買うことで病害虫防除につながる/カメムシ羨ましいw/まんのう読書日誌/雨の少ない香川では読書の時間がない?/香君(上橋菜穂子)参考文献がオススメ/HeSoDiM/仮説・診断・検証/ブロッコリー圃場の土壌分析してみたら…/牡蠣美味しいから使ってた/土壌分析の読み方/自分で読めば無駄がない/コストを下げたい農家、足し算の肥料屋/土壌診断結果から戦略を立てるゲーム/オンラインでできる?/肥料で作るは大変/
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農業 タノしきラジオ

しんご・なるちゃん・ユウタロウ

#81 ウチぐだのあっき〜さんとAGRI MUSIC RADIO のジングルを作ろう!後編

「ウチら夫婦のぐだぐだな話」のあっき〜さんとジングル作りの様子をお届けします? 
◼︎ウチぐだ  Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/jp/podcast/%E3%82%A6%E3%83%81%E3%82%89%E5%A4%AB%E5%A9%A6%E3%81%AE%E3%81%90%E3%81%A0%E3%81%90%E3%81%A0%E3%81%AA%E8%A9%B1/id1489390733 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7a3dI0GIF1vDhcs7rgyjvW?si=b2Rmp-2fR5iD-r7lzald8A 
? CM 【分かち合ふ農園】 https://wakachi-au.fun AGRI MUSIC RADIO https://open.spotify.com/show/2RH6rk2TDVTj2gAhRvs8zp?si=7S4GOC4lSUGFV_U80OLGhA 
Spotify限定配信のAGRI MUSIC RADIOでは完成されたジングルがSeason2#11から入ってますのでぜひ聴いてみてください


Big Picture Science

SETI Institute

Fantastic-er Voyage

Thinking small can sometimes achieve big things. A new generation of diminutive robots can enter our bodies and deal with medical problems such as intestinal blockages. But do we really want them swimming inside us, even if they’re promising to help? You might change your mind when you hear what else is cruising through our bloodstream: microplastics! 
We take a trip into the human body, beginning with the story of those who first dared to open it up for medical purposes. But were the first surgeons really cavemen?
Guests:


Ira Rutkow – Surgeon and writer, and author of “Empire of the Scalpel: The History of Surgery”


Dick Vethaak – Emeritus professor of ecotoxicology, water quality and health at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Free University, Amsterdam) in The Netherlands


Li Zhang – Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
<


Invisibilia

NPR

Uncomfortable with power? Tell us about it!

Invisibilia is seeking stories about discomfort with power. Stories about leaders denying their power, organizations with supposedly flat power structures and invisible hierarchies, or personal relationships with difficult power dynamics. If you have a story about power – at a workplace, in a band, on a high school basketball team, etc... – send a short summary with the subject line – POWER – to invisibiliamail@npr.org. The deadline is March 11th.


The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry

BBC Radio 4

The Colour Conundrum

The world is full of colour! But, wonders listener Maya Crocombe, ‘how do we see colour and why are some people colour blind?’

Dr Rutherford and Professor Fry set out to understand how special light-sensitive cells in our eyes start the process of colour perception, why people sometimes have very different experiences of colour and whether, in the end, colour is really just ‘in our heads’.

Dr Gabriele Jordan from Newcastle University explains why lots of men struggle to discriminate between certain colours and why there were lots of complaints from colour-blind viewers when Wales played Ireland at rugby.

Professor Anya Hurlbert, also from Newcastle University, tackles the most divisive of internet images: The Dress! Did you see it as blue-black or yellow-gold? Anya explains why people see it so differently, and why our ability to compensate for available light is so useful.

Finally, Dr Mazviita Chirimuuta, a


Stuff To Blow Your Mind

iHeartPodcasts

Weirdhouse Cinema: Battle Beyond the Stars

It’s time to venture into the world of “Star Wars” knock-offs once more, this time with 1980’s “Battle Beyond the Stars!” Join Rob and Joe as they revel in this wonky space opera featuring a number of b-movie mainstays and future stars.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


The Infinite Monkey Cage

BBC Radio 4

A History of Rock

A History of Rock

Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by rock enthusiasts Ross Noble, Paleontologist Susie Maidment and Geologist Chris Jackson to look at the history of rock. Unfortunately for Ross, this turns out to mean actual rolling stones, rather than THE Rolling Stones. We hear what secrets the study of rock reveals about the very birth of our planet, to the incredible creatures that walked the Earth many millions of years ago, preserved in our ancient stones.

Producer: Alexandra Feachem


知識好好玩

鏡好聽

單身也能生孩子!獨居多年的母蟒蛇,竟然產下六顆蛋?【焦傳金|動物好好玩S3 EP04】

EP04|單身也能生孩子!獨居多年的母蟒蛇,竟然產下六顆蛋?人類有找不到伴侶的苦惱,動物當然也有擇偶難題。但就算單身,動物也能靠自己繁衍後代。這集節目,主持人焦傳金將介紹兩種獨特的繁殖方式「雌雄同體」與「孤雌生殖」,帶大家認識動物奇葩又不可思議的生子絕招。例如,被達爾文譽為最重要生物的蚯蚓,為什麼會從「頭部」生出小孩?既是男生也是女生的線蟲,為了拚出下一代的競爭力,他們會用哪些不同方式受精和繁殖?更離奇的是,2014 年,美國動物園一條獨居多年的母蟒蛇,竟然默默產下六顆蛋,成功生出小蟒蛇!她到底是怎麼辦到的?本集重點:02:05 雌雄同體的秀麗線蟲,怎麼繁殖?05:35 從頭部生小孩的蚯蚓08:40 【卡抖醬的動物聲友會】猜猜這是哪種鳥?09:50  三個動物園的神奇故事:不用異性,靠自己生孩子12:05  真實版科莫多龍vs電影版哥吉拉 ※回顧前兩季的《動物好好玩》,歡迎下載《鏡好聽》 APP 完整收聽!https://mirrormediafb.pros.is/LY67K 【本節目是鏡好聽製作播出的《動物好好玩》第三季】每隔週一上線全新一集開啟小鈴鐺、按下追蹤,給予五星評價製作人:劉芝吟  錄音師:劉寶苓卡抖醬聲音演出:曾海芬圖片來源:shutterstock※特別感謝科博館退休人員孫清松先生,提供本季鳥類音檔※對內容有疑問?來信與主持人焦傳金討論:ccchiao@life.nthu.edu.tw 想聽愛聽就在鏡好聽| 立即訂閱:https://www.mirrorvoice.com.tw/mirrorvoice-subscription| 免費下載 APP:https://mirrormediafb.pros.is/LY67K| Facebook:https://facebook.com/mirrorvoice2019| Instagram:https://instagram.com/mirror_voice| 合作、節目建議歡迎來信:voiceservice@mirrormedia.mg 


Sound By Nature

Sound By Nature

Bonus! Passing Hikers At The Entrance To Pluto Cave

This was recorded at the entrance to Pluto Cave, a large lava tube just north of Mount Shasta in Klamath National Forest, Siskiyou County, California.

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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundbynature/support


NASACast Audio

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

This Week @NASA, April 15, 2022

Testing Our Mega Moon Rocket and Ground Systems and more ...


Sound in Nature Lite

SoundInNature

Tsuta hot spring. Flow of thaw water and wild birds (Short) 蔦温泉。雪解け水の流れと野鳥(短編)

Tsuta hot spring in Towada City, Aomori Prefecture. There are many lakes and marshes called "Seven swamps of Tsuta", and there are walking paths such as the Tsutanuma Tour Nature Research Road and the Wild Bird Forest Tour. The hot spring area has been selected as one of Japan's 100 Famous Hot Springs.(Partially recorded)
青森県十和田市にある蔦温泉。「蔦の七沼」と云われる湖沼群が点在しており、散策路として蔦沼めぐり自然研究路と野鳥の森めぐりのコースがある。温泉地は日本百名湯にも選ばれている。(一部収録)

※There is also a paid version of "Sound in Nature" which is rich in episodes and has a long version.(Apple podcast only)
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sound-in-nature/id1569798616
ロングバージョンのある有料版「Sound in Nature」もあります。


Making Sense with Sam Harris - Subscriber Content

Sam Harris

#285 - American Division

In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with David French about forces that are pulling American society apart. They discuss David’s experience as a JAG officer in Iraq, his experience of harassment for coming out against Trump, the way real grievances drive political derangement, the illiberalism on both the Left and the Right, the role of prophecy in Evangelical support for Trump, honor culture, the response to Hunter Biden’s laptop, the January 6th hearings, the personality cult of Trumpism, federalism, geographic sorting, group polarization, cultural divisions in sports and entertainment, the gun rights movement, the ethics of gun ownership, whether Trump will be prosecuted, the 2024 Presidential campaign, the dangers of online activism, and other topics.
David French is a senior editor at The Dispatch and a contributing writer for The Atlantic. A graduate of Harvard Law School, David was previously a senior writer for


5 Live Science Podcast

BBC Radio 5 live

5live Science JUNE SCI-LIGHTS

From conserving wildlife and ivory to Love Island fashion, predicting volcanic eruptions and the possibility of life on Venus, these are the science stories everybody ought to be talking about...


Science Talk

Scientific American

Love Computers? Love History? Listen to This Podcast

In the newest season of Lost Women of Science, we enter a world of secrecy, computers and nuclear weapons—and see how Klára Dán von Neumann was a part of all of it.


Main Engine Cut Off

Anthony Colangelo

T+212: NASA’s Budget, Commercial LEO, and the Sustaining Lunar Development Contract

The White House has finally submitted its fiscal year 2023 budget request, which has big implications for NASA’s Commercial LEO program, and their newest announcement, the upcoming Sustaining Lunar Development contract to support the Artemis program’s lunar landings through the 2020s.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 40 executive producers—Simon, Lauren, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Tommy, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, Andrew, and seven anonymous—and 748 other supporters.TopicsNASA Provides Update to Astronaut Moon Lander Plans Under Artemis | NASANASA Lays Out Revised Approach for Future Human Lunar Landing Systems – SpacePolicyOnline.comNASA to support devel


The Jordan Harbinger Show

Jordan Harbinger

689: Her Beau is Faux, But She Doesn't Know | Feedback Friday

You were happy for your roommate's sister when it seemed her new boyfriend was a keeper who made her happy. Unfortunately, it's become obvious he's a dangerous manipulator who has her under his spell as he drains her savings and threatens to propose to her while claiming to be the second coming of the region's top La-Z-Boy salesman with a net worth of $16 million. How can you get her to see him for what he is before it's too late? We'll look for answers to this and more here on Feedback Friday!
And in case you didn't already know it, Jordan Harbinger (@JordanHarbinger) and Gabriel Mizrahi (@GabeMizrahi) banter and take your comments and questions for Feedback Friday right here every week! If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming weekly Feedback Friday episodes, drop us a line at friday@jordanharbinger.com. Now let's dive in!
Full show notes


Think with Pinker

BBC Radio 4

Being right

Why getting it right might mean admitting you're wrong.

What if we were to replace intellectual combat with genuine discussion and treat beliefs as hypotheses to be tested rather than treasures to be defended?

In his guide to thinking better, Professor Steven Pinker is joined by:

Julia Galef of the Center for Applied Rationality and author of ‘The Scout Mindset’

Daniel Willingham, professor of psychology at the University of Virginia and the author of ‘Cognition and Raising Kids who Read’

Producers: Imogen Walford and Joe Kent
Editor: Emma Rippon

Think with Pinker is produced in partnership with The Open University.


惑星ツアーズ

JAXA(宇宙航空研究開発機構)

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


The Best of Making Sense with Sam Harris

Sam Harris

Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing has been published in more than 20 languages. Mr. Harris and his work have been discussed in The New York Times, Time, Scientific American, Nature, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, and many other journals. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Economist, Newsweek, The Times (London), The Boston Globe, The Atlantic, The Annals of Neurology, and elsewhere. Mr. Harris received a degree in philosophy from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in neuroscience from UCLA.


心理学ニュース

心理学ニュース

第60回「子どもの我慢の力と分け与える行為の関連」

紹介する論文は”Do Children…


New Scientist Weekly

New Scientist

#124: Lopsided universe; solar activity affects heart health; hero rats trained for rescue missions

If you like things orderly, we have bad news for you - our universe is lopsided. Based on everything we know about gravity and the early universe, we’d expect galaxies to be distributed symmetrically - but they’re not. Something spooky’s going on, and the team searches for answers.The activity of the Sun may be affecting our heart health. Sometimes the weather on the Sun gets a little chaotic, and the team discusses new research that suggests these solar storms are messing with our heart rhythms, raising the risk of heart attacks.African pouched rats are being trained as heroes. Donning special little backpacks, they will use their keen sense of smell to go on search and rescue missions. The team explains why they’ve been chosen for the task.Last September El Salvador became the first country to make cryptocurrency legal tender. But with the value of Bitcoin and other cryptocu


earth.fm

earth.fm

A portrait of the White Mountain National Forest

In this contemplative natural soundscape, field recordist Jared Blake managed to capture in binaural sound an elaborate, hour-long portrait of the White Mountain National Forest. From Jared: “These recordings took place throughout the year in the Sandwich Wilderness of the White Mountain National Forest. Each day, I hiked from the parking area directly up the […]


A Sustainable Mind - environment & sustainability podcast

Marjorie Alexander

Reusable cups: form and function, with Vince Dickson, co-creator of HUNU

After finding out that over 165 million single-use cups end up in landfills every day, Vince Dickson and Megan Williams went looking for a reusable alternative that was convenient and easy to carry around all day, every day. They couldn't find one so they created HUNU, a reusable cup that folds down small enough to fit into even the tightest pockets.  Today’s Sponsor: Wondrium offers documentaries, series, lessons, how-to's, and more, on any topic you can imagine. Watch on any device and on the go! To get your free trial go to Wondrium.com/ASM In this episode Marjorie and Vince discuss: Consciousness about personal environmental impact and what determines a person’s choices about things like reusables. What led to Vince and Megan coming up with the design for the HUNU cup and what features make it unique. The important role that usability, portability, and aesthetics play in popularizing reusables. Re


ITOCHU DEAR LIFE, DEAR FUTURE

SPINEAR

ゲストに武井壮さんをお迎え!~前半~

スポーツと気候変動や環境との関係、貧困と飢餓の倒し方についてなどのお話を伺いました。


All In The Mind

ABC Radio

Does guilt have a silver lining?



Guilt and shame are often used interchangeably, but researchers in emotion and psychology say they are distinct – and often motivate people into very different paths of behaviour.

For the feeling of guilt, at least, that might even push you into making unexpected positive changes.


東京プラネタリー☆カフェ

TOKYO FM

ゲスト:堂本光一さん Vixen presents 東京プラネタリー☆カフェ PODCAST Vol.26

今週も、ゲストにお迎えした20年来の友人である堂本光一さんとの裏話をしのはらさんがトーク☆彡光一さんが珍しく(!?)喜んでくださったプレゼントとは?


「健康と長寿」の根源を語る

武田邦彦

13.なぜ、体は老化するのか?

「kkaradaroukatdyno.438-(10:02).mp3」をダウンロード 私が子どもの頃は「人間は歳を取ると老化する」と言われていた。何事も新しいことを言う人はやや得意げに話すもので、「人間はね、加齢で老化するのは仕方が無いんだよ。体力も頭も20歳がピークであとはダメになって行くだけなんだ」などと言ったものだ。 そう言われるとガックリくる。なにしろ平均寿命が80歳を超えるのだから、人生というのは最初の20年だけが発展し、あとは衰退するだけというのだから夢がない。 ..


Science Vs

Gimlet

Nightmare on Science Street

Today, we’re sharing a collection of spooky science stories. You’ll hear about a nightmare in the ocean, a nightmare on land, and even a nightmare … IN YOUR MIND. We talk to scientists including marine biologist, Dr. Olga Shpak and malacologist Jaynee Kim.

Find our transcript here: https://bit.ly/3O4Ag22 

See the video Olga’s team shot of killer whales attacking a bowhead here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OskmkWV0Ypk 

This episode was produced by Wendy Zukerman, Michelle Dang, Meryl Horn, Ilya Kolmanovsky, and Rose Rimler. Extra help from Courtney Gilbert. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Wendy Zukerman is the Executive Producer. Fact checking by Diane Kelly. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Bumi Hidaka, Emma Munger, Bobby Lord and SoWylie. Our amazing Barbershop Quartet is Bobby Lord, Peter Leonard and Austin Mitchell. Thanks to the researchers we got in touch with for this episode, includi


Monark Talks [OFICIAL]

Monark Talks

Monark Talks é o podcast feito em parceria com a plataforma Rumble, onde Monark (Bruno Aiub) recebe convidados diversos para conversas instigantes. Essa é, de fato, a conversa mais livre que você ouvirá. Siga: Rumble: http://www.rumble.com/monark Twitter: http://bit.ly/MonarkTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/MonarkInstagram


The Fourier Transforms and Its Applications

Brad Osgood

The goals for the course are to gain a facility with using the Fourier transform, both specific techniques and general principles, and learning to recognize when, why, and how it is used. Together with a great variety, the subject also has a great coherence, and the hope is students come to appreciate both. Topics include: The Fourier transform as a tool for solving physical problems. Fourier series, the Fourier transform of continuous and discrete signals and its properties. The Dirac delta, distributions, and generalized transforms. Convolutions and correlations and applications; probability distributions, sampling theory, filters, and analysis of linear systems. The discrete Fourier transform and the FFT algorithm. Multidimensional Fourier transform and use in imaging. Further applications to optics, crystallography. Emphasis is on relating the theoretical principles to solving practical engineering and science problems.


Interaxion | 物理系ポッドキャスト

Interaxion Podcast

38: Podcasts Never Die (部品,oka)

部品、Okaで宇宙飛行士選抜試験などについて話しました。 以下の Show Notes は簡易版です。完全版はこちら。0:00 宇宙飛行士候補者選抜試験の進捗2021年度 宇宙飛行士候補者の書類選抜結果について(補足説明)- JAXA 宇宙飛行士候補者募集 特設サイト Hello! EXPLORES PROJECTこれまでの進捗11:22 Pod de EngineerPod de Engineer をはじめましたNao Minamiのプロフィール - Wantedly17:14 Gmail セキュリティの話21:40 おたよりポッドキャストを聴く方法 - Interaxion PodcastInteraxion 推奨のポッドキャストクライアントおたよりフォームはResearchat.fmを真似してFormspreeで作ってます。26:11ニュース26:20 DeepMind x マテインフォ?Normalizing flows for atomic solids - IOPsciencearXiv:1908.09257 Normalizing Flows: An Introduction and Review of Current Methods30:25 グラファイト室温超伝導arXiv:2205.09358 Possible high temperature superconducting transitions in disordered graphite obtained from room temperature deintercalated KC830: The Blue Bird in Condensed Matter Physics - Interaxion Podcastいわゆる怪レい論文回。おすすめ34:25 国立国会図書館の個人向けデジタル化資料送信サービス国立国会図書館の利用者登録(個人)について:本登録|国立国会図書館―National Diet Library>本人確認作業には、5開館日程度かかります。36:09 iPod 終了ASCII.jp:iPodがついに終焉、ウォークマンとの対比でそのインパクトを思い出す (1/2)iPod nano -


JAXA i マンスリートーク

JAXA(宇宙航空研究開発機構)

見えない乱気流をとらえる~世界初の搭載型乱気流検知システムを目指して~

10月のマンスリートークでは、空の安全に係わるヒューマンエラー防止技術、乱気流検知システムなどの技術の最新状況をご紹介します。
解説者:航空プログラムグループ 運航・安全技術チーム 研究領域サブリーダ 井之口 浜木
聞き手:科学ジャーナリスト 寺門 和夫 氏


ASCO Daily News

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

The Use of Biosimilars in Oncology

Host Dr. John Sweetenham, associate director of Clinical Affairs at the UT Southwestern Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Dr. Zeina Nahleh, breast cancer medical oncologist and regional chair of the Cleveland Clinic Florida Cancer Institute, discuss the new ASCO Expert Panel report on the use of biosimilars in oncology, and their potential as an affordable, effective alternative for cancer care.   Transcript Dr. John Sweetenham: Hello, I'm John Sweetenham the associate director for clinical affairs at UT Southwestern's Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center and host of the ASCO Daily News podcast. Today, we'll be discussing the use of biosimilars in oncology. These are licensed biological products that are largely analogous to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved originator or reference products, and a recent report from an ASCO Expert Panel found that biosimilars may be an affordable and effective al


Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology On the Beat

Paul J. Wang, MD

Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology November 2020 Issue

Paul J. Wang: Welcome to the monthly podcast On the Beat for Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology. I'm Dr. Paul Wang, editor-in-chief with some of the key highlights from this month's issue. In our first paper, Danielle Haanschoten, Hein Wellens and Associates aim to examine survival benefit of prophylactic implantable cardioversion defibrillator (ICD) implantation in early selected high-risk patients with primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) for ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). A randomized, multicenter, controlled trial compared ICD versus conventional medical therapy in high-risk primary PCI patients based on one of the following factors: Left ventricular ejection fraction (LVF) less than 30% within four days of STEMI, primary ventricular fibrillation, Killip class 2 or greater and/or TEMI flow less than three after PCI. ICD was implanted 30 to 60 days after MI, myocardial in


Open Country

BBC Radio 4

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


狩猟の時間

ふじいひさと

第50回 単独忍び猟~準備編~

単独忍び猟を行う為に必要な知識や準備品をご紹介しています。

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ドク女子ラジオ

dokujoshi_radio

第58回 今年のドク女子ラジオを占います!?

今回は、第56回にしんのちゃんの引越祝いであげたタロットカードを使って、ドク女子の母(しんのちゃん)がドク女子ラジオを占ってくれました??
さぁ、結果はどうなったのか!乞うご期待!?
おまけにずーちゃん、はやふねも占ってもらいました〜
博士を目指す女子2人と博士のお兄さんがお送りする、毒にも薬にもならないドク女子ラジオ。科学や研究のことだけでなく、趣味や気になっていることなど、たわいもないことについて話していきます。


ディープな宇宙をつまみぐい フル・チャージ!| ラジオ日本

AM1422RadioNippon

ラジオ日本「ディープな宇宙をつまみぐい フル・チャージ!」2019年10月20日(日) 25:00~25:30 第5回放送分ポッドキャスト版

「ディープな宇宙をつまみぐい フル・チャージ!」第5回放送分ポッドキャスト版※「...


Bio Eats World

Andreessen Horowitz

Discovery, Translation, and the State of Bio Today

On this episode, we are taking a pulse-check on the state of the intersection between biology, healthcare, and technology with two scientists that sit at another intersection, that of academia and industry: Alexander Marson and Patrick Hsu, who are professors at UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley, respectively, who both use cutting edge gene editing technology to create next generation therapies, and are prolific biotech founders. Patrick also recently co-wrote an article on Fast Grants, one of the speediest sources of emergency science funding during the pandemic, which you can read about on our media site Future.com. But in this conversation, Patrick and Alex discuss — with a16z bio general partner Jorge Conde — what is different about this moment in bio. 


ASQ Blog

The ASQ Blog

The ASQ Blog is a student-run community of scholars who enjoy reading articles from the Administrative Science Quarterly. The blog is approved and supported by ASQ’s editorial board. Organizers: *Melody Chang – Yale University School of Management *Kevin Lee – New York University Stern School of Business *Ayinwi Muma – Stanford University Management Science and Engineering *Hui Sun – Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management *Yusaku Takeda – Harvard Business School www.asqblog.com


今井憲一 (理学研究科教授)「ハドロン物理学の展開-スピンとストレンジネスをめぐって-

Kyoto University

研究者としては原子核からスタートし、主要な研究であったハドロンの実験を中心に「物理(実験)を楽しみ、失敗して学ぶ」をキーワードに講義する。


The Downlink, The CubeSat Podcast

UGA Small Satellite Research Lab

The Weekly CubeSat podcast. We are the UGA Small Satellite Research Lab. We send stuff to space and we love to share our science knowledge - join us on our journey to space!


Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast · Creative Process Original Series

The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Earth System Governance Project, Forest Stewardship Council, Global Witness, National Council for Climate Change, Sustainable Development and Public Leadership, Marine Stewardship Council, One Tree Planted, Polar Bears International, EarthLife Africa, Shimon Schwarzschild, and GAIA Centre, among others. Interviews conducted by artist, activist, and educator Mia Funk with the participation of students and universities around the world. One Planet Podcast Is part of The Creative Process’ environmental initiative. www.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info INSTAGRAM @creativeprocesspodcast INSTAGRAM @oneplanet podcast


Sustainability Leaders Series

Yale Center for Business and the Environment

The Yale Sustainability Series is a research initiative supported by the GE Foundation that involves masters students from SOM and FES in conducting research for faculty on various projects including: corporate environmental management and strategy and EH&S; development of case studies and database systems about corporate sustainability executives in Fortune 500 companies; and a speaker series focused on sustainability leadership and careers. The series is a partnership between the Yale Center for Business and the Environment and the Yale SOM Business and the Environment Club. The Album Artwork is used under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license. This image, originally posted to Flickr, at http://www.flickr.com/photos/thebonzey


The Joy of x

Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine

Eve Marder on the Crucial Resilience of Neurons

Eve Marder’s research into the plasticity and resilience of nervous systems finds universal principles guiding life’s responses to stress. The post Eve Marder on the Crucial Resilience of Neurons first appeared on Quanta Magazine


植物採集 - 街を歩いて草花の声を聴く

のんびりデイズ

街の中の草花を撮り歩くフォトクリエイターのんびりデイズです。歩いていると名前も知らない草花に出会う。帰宅後、写真を見ながら植物の種類を調べます。どの仲間なのか、どんな特徴なのか、花の季節はいつなのか、何に強く何に弱いのか。調べれば調べるほど楽しくなってくる。 リモートワークや在宅勤務で椅子に座る時間も長くなり運動不足も気になる。身近な草花を探す散歩はいかがですか? 散歩しながら気楽に植物の話が聴けるポッドキャストを目指しています。植物が好きな方、草花写真を撮りたい方にお聴きいただけると嬉しいです。 話してほしい草花、質問や感想、応援メッセージは、メールフォーム、Twitterコミュニティ、noteコメントでお待ちしています。 お便りフォーム : https://forms.gle/rA7eYRJgibQBKeem7 Twitter : https://twitter.com/plantscast Twitterコミュニティ : https://twitter.com/i/communities/1513746990689320960 note : https://note.com/plantscast Apple Podcasts : https://apple.co/3Nlk4dg Spotify : https://spoti.fi/3D55MZg 今日も元気に楽しく


This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

Ep 97 Snake Venom: Collateral Damage


How do you feel about snakes? Intrigued or terrified? In awe or creeped out? Of course, those aren’t the only options; the sight or thought of a snake can evoke many different emotions, but chances are indifference isn’t one of them. And is it any wonder? Some snakes can produce incredibly potent venoms that can seriously harm or even kill you, a characteristic that likely helped earn them their prominent role in many cultures and religions as a creature or god to be respected, if not feared. In this episode, we take a closer look at the diverse compounds that make up these venoms by exploring how they impact our bodies in the myriad ways they do and the current tools we have to combat their effects. Then we turn to evolution, not of snakes themselves but rather the role snakes may have played in primate evolution (snake detection hypothesis, anyone?) before discussing the historical development of antivenoms. We round out t


ラジオ「森のレッスン」

Hidakuma

♯025 森とスパイスと恩返し 吉井知世さん/森とスパイス(2/2)

前回に引き続き、「森とスパイス」の吉井さんに、スパイスによる生産者さんへの恩返しのこと、森といろいろなもののつながりのことについてお伺いしました。
【お知らせ】
「森とスパイス」では、10/13(水)23:59までクラウドファンディングに挑戦中!詳しくはWebでチェックしてくださいね。
「森とスパイス」Webサイト:https://morito-spice.jp/


Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying

Keeping Sane: Bret Speaks with Neil Oliver

American Hartford Gold: Call them at 866-828-1117 or text DARKHORSE to 998899 to get started buying precious metals such as gold and silver.*****Bret speaks with Neil Oliver about the COVID conference in Bath and on their experiences throughout the pandemic.Neil Oliver is a British television presenter, archaeologist, and author. He is best known as the presenter of several documentary series on archaeology and history, including A History of Scotland, Vikings, and Coast. He is also an author of popular history books and historical fiction.Find Neil Oliver at:https://twitter.com/thecoastguyhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnVR-SdKxQeTvXtUSPFCL7g*****Find Bret Weinstein on Twitter: @BretWeinstein, and on Patreon.https://www.patreon.com/bretweinsteinPlease subscribe to this channel for more long form content like this, and subscribe to the clips channel @DarkHorse Podcast Clips for short clips of all our podcasts:https://www.youtube.c


杏林シンポジア

ラジオNIKKEI

シリーズ「職域精神保健の課題」⑰「就労者に対する適正な薬物療法」

今回は、⑰「就労者に対する適正な薬物療法」
(解 説)杏林大学 精神神経科 教授  渡邊衡一郎氏
(ききて)慶應義塾大学名誉教授  齊藤郁夫氏


RADIO THE TECHNO CONTE

RADIO THE TECHNO CONTE

テクノコント ZOOM会議

テクノコント ZOOM会議

ナビゲーター:川田十夢
トークゲスト:男性ブランコ(浦井のりひろ・平井まさあき)
       ラブレターズ(塚本直毅・溜口佑太朗)
       マツモトクラブ
       ワクサカソウヘイ
       藤原麻里菜
構成:おぐらりゅうじ
企画・監修:川田十夢

制作協力:Fam株式会社 / J-WAVE


81 Organic Radio

81Farm.organic

076 幸せホルモン②あなたと繋がるオキシトシン【環境】

一番近くにいる人への愛と?‍❤️‍?社会や人との繋がりを大切に?


Science Weekly

The Guardian

Rewilding with wolves: can they help rebuild ecosystems?

After wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone national park in 1995, researchers noticed some big ecological changes, leading to the regeneration of the landscape. It’s an argument used to justify the return of apex predators – but it’s increasingly being challenged. Phoebe Weston talks to Ian Sample about whether wolves really have the power to shape ecosystems, and what that means for the debate about bringing them back to the UK. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod


セブンドアーズ RADIO+me

SEVENDOORs - Harimaze Design Office

和歌山市、七曲市場にある雑貨屋さんSEVENDOORsオーナー加地邦行と、 株式会社 はりまぜデザイン事務所 社長 角田誠と、 mymy pleasure ブロガー まいこと、 アトリエデザインフロッグ🐸 事務所代表 エノさん 時々、SEVENDOOR店長の アッキー がお送りする。 インターネットラヂヲ番組。 雑貨好きさんや、 雑貨屋さんをオープンしたい人、 デザイナーを目指す人や、 ランチ、カフェ、ディナーを知りたい人や、 4.5人が好きな事や気になる事、役にたてるかなぁ〜とゆう雑談をお送りしてます。 株式会社はりまぜデザイン事務所。 ●https://harimaze.com 和歌山カフェランチディナー巡り ブロガー  まいこ Instagram mymypleasure •https://mymy.pleasure.jp/ アトリエデザインフロッグ🐸 エノさん 質問コーナー ミッドナイトサブマリンの お問い合わせはこちら sevenradio-777@yahoo.co.jp どしどしお便り下さい。 で、お送りします。 #和歌山雑貨 #和歌山カフェ #和歌山パン #農業デザイン #農業から農商へ  #はりまぜデザイン事務所 #農業デザイン!アグデザ  #農系ポッドキャストの日 #mymypleasure #和歌山カフェランチディナー巡り #アトリエデザインフロッグ🐸


Blood Podcast

American Society of Hematology

Obinutuzumab plus lenalidomide in advanced follicular lymphoma, mechanisms of anemia in children with malaria, and granulocyte microvesicles for septic shock

In this week’s episode we’ll discuss the efficacy of the obinutuzumab-lenalinomide combination in advanced follicular lymphoma, learn more about the underlying mechanisms of anemia in children infected with Plasmodium falciparum, and discuss how granulocyte microvesicles could improve outcomes in septic shock.


徳田闘魂道場にようこそ

徳田安春、荘子万能

「徳田闘魂道場にようこそ」は、総合診療医の徳田安春先生(徳田師範代)に弟子入りした医学生が、様々な稽古を通じて議論を深め、医療の様々な問題・課題について学ぶ番組です。時にはゲストを交え、様々なテーマについて議論していきます。メインパーソナリティ 荘子万能(大阪医科大学医学部5年生)


In conversation with...

The Lancet Neurology

Eva Feldman on advances in understanding ALS

Eva Feldman (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA) discusses the latest advances in the genetics, risk factors, pathophysiology, therapeutic development, and the diagnosis and prognosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; the Series is published in the May issue of The Lancet Neurology.


The Scientist’s LabTalk

tslabtalk

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


The Psychology Podcast

Stitcher & Scott Barry Kaufman

Jim Tucker || The Science of Reincarnation

Today we welcome Dr. Jim Tucker who is a child psychiatrist and the Bonner-Lowry Professor of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences at the University of Virginia. He is Director of the UVA Division of Perceptual Studies, where he is continuing the work of Dr. Ian Stevenson on reincarnation. He has been invited to speak about his research on Good Morning America, Larry King Live, and CBS Sunday Morning. He recently published BEFORE: Children's Memories of Previous Lives, a 2-in-1 edition of his previous books.In this episode, I talk to Dr. Jim Tucker about the science of reincarnation. We delve into his research findings and methodology on children who claim to remember their previous lives. Dr. Tucker notes that these children don’t just recall biographical details of their past, but they also retain feelings and emotions. His findings have important implications for how we understand consciousness. We also touch on the topics of


Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

iHeartPodcasts

Could aliens teach us science?

Daniel talks to Sam Kimpton-Nye about whether aliens do science the same way we do.

 

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Green Pulse

The Straits Times

S1E79: Plugging Asia’s sustainability investment gap

Synopsis: Every first and third Monday of the month, The Straits Times analyses the beat of the changing environment, from biodiversity conservation to climate change.

The world is now in the midst of the great green transition. Countries are looking for ways to reduce their emissions, and grow their economies in a way that will not harm the environment. But according to the Asian Development Bank, developing economies in Asia are finding it difficult to finance a green, inclusive recovery.  

In this episode, The Straits Times’ environment correspondent Audrey Tan and climate change editor David Fogarty discuss the sustainability investment gap in Asia, and how to narrow it, with Ms Valerie Kwan, who oversees corporate and investor initiatives at the Asia Investor Group on Climate Change (AIGCC).

Highlights (click/tap above):

01:31 The current investment gap in Asia 

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小児科診療 UP-to-DATE

ラジオNIKKEI

知っておきたい乳幼児健診での視覚検査の注意点(2022.5.31放送)




The Science of Happiness

PRX and Greater Good Science Center

How to Say "Sorry" Like You Mean It


Apologies are key to successful relationships. But are you doing them right?



Episode summary:

We all have moments when we say or do something we later regret. Then the time comes to make an apology. But a halfhearted “I’m sorry” rarely gets the job done. On this episode of The Science of Happiness, public defender Sam Dugan joins us for a second time to try science-backed tips for making an effective apology. First, she takes a moment to cultivate mindfulness through a mindful breathing practice. Next, Sam invites us in as she apologizes to her husband Nate. Sam reflects on how she took out her stress on Nate, what led her to lash out, and the importance of making a true, heartfelt apology — as opposed to the mindless ones many of us make on a near-daily basis. Then we hear from Sana Rizvi, a professor at the University of New Brunswick, about the science of how mindfulness can make


DeepMind: The Podcast

Hannah Fry

The promise of AI with Demis Hassabis

Hannah wraps up the series by meeting DeepMind co-founder and CEO, Demis Hassabis. In an extended interview, Demis describes why he believes AGI is possible, how we can get there, and the problems he hopes it will solve. Along the way, he highlights the important role of consciousness and why he’s so optimistic that AI can help solve many of the world’s major challenges. As a final note, Demis shares the story of a personal meeting with Stephen Hawking to discuss the future of AI and discloses Hawking’s parting message. For questions or feedback on the series, message us on Twitter @DeepMind or email podcast@deepmind.com. Interviewee: Deepmind co-founder and CEO, Demis Hassabis CreditsPresenter: Hannah FrySeries Producer: Dan HardoonProduction support: Jill AchinekuSounds design: Emma BarnabyMusic composition: Eleni ShawSound Engineer: Nigel AppletonEditor: David PrestCommissioned by DeepMind Thank you to everyone who made this season po


The Joy of Why

Steven Strogatz and Quanta Magazine

Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity?

The immune system protects us from a full spectrum of pathogens, but without balance, it can end up hurting us over time, too. The immunologist Shruti Naik explains how our defenses can turn on us. The post Why Is Inflammation a Dangerous Necessity? first appeared on Quanta Magazine


CLIMAS - Southwest Climate Podcast

Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS)

El Niño and La Niña, the southwestern monsoon, tropical storm activity, increasing temperatures, fire risk and weather, drought and snowpack, and dwindling reservoir storage all pose challenges to the Southwest. In the ‘Southwest Climate Podcast’, we focus on details and nuance, but (generally) avoid excessive technical jargon. Our goal is to synthesize information and data from experts, forecasts, and models to provide listeners with a better understanding of climate and weather in the Southwest, as well as the lessons we can learn from recent events and long term experiences.


The Cribsiders

The Cribsiders

S3 Ep51: Start Low, Go Slow, Get High. Pediatric Anxiety Pt 2: All About Meds

Does just thinking about SSRIs make you anxious? In the second part of a two episode series, Dr. Beth Brannan, a Triple Board Trained Physician, will talk with us about pharmacotherapy for anxiety disorders, including how she decides between medications, how to titrate, and which side effects to look out for.


New Books in Economics

Marshall Poe

Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, "Don't Trust Your Gut: Using Data to Get What You Really Want in LIfe" (Dey Street Books, 2022)

Today I talked to Seth Stephens-Davidowitz about his new book Don't Trust Your Gut: Using Data to Get What You Really Want in LIfe (Dey Street Books, 2022)
Looking for advice on how to get a date, how to have a successful marriage, or just how to have a happier life? Don’t trust your gut, don’t trust conventional wisdom, and put down that self-help book full of plausible arguments and compelling anecdotes that just happens to contradict the advice you got from the self-help book you. Instead, let Seth Stephens-Davidowitz guide you, using data!
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a data scientist, author, keynote speaker, and recovering economist. His first book Everybody Lies, was a New York Times bestseller that showed how social scientists have used new data about our online behavior to gain new insights about who we really are and what we r


A Moment of Science

Indiana Public Media

The truth behind a snake's warning pattern


Several snakes have bright patterns, either to warn off predators or to be used as camouflage. But are these patterns a sign of real danger or just a bluff? Learn more with A Moment of Science.


MDS Podcast

International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society

Does glucocerebrosidase activity correlate with disease risk or phenotype severity in Parkinson's disease?

A discussion with Dr. Thaler on the findings and implications of a study on the background of importance of GBA mutations and GCase activity in Parkinson's disease.


JAXA Space and Astronautical Science Podcast

JAXA

Andrea Sansica - on the Future of Aircraft Manufacturing, Digital Twins, Machine Learning, Engineering Research Papers, Japanese Food, Making Music, Wind Tunnels, and Fluid Dynamics

Aviation Technology Directorate's Digitial IntegratedTechnology Team Aircraft Lifecycle Innovation Hub Research Scientist Andrea Sansica on the Future of Aircraft Manufacturing, Digital Twins, Machine Learning, Engineering Research Papers, Japanese Food, Making Music, Wind Tunnels, and Fluid Dynamics.Sparse Identification of Nonlinear Dynamical systems (SINDy) Download for Python - https://github.com/dynamicslab/pysindy Dr. Steve Brunton's YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/Eigensteve


Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll | Wondery

AMA | June 2022


Welcome to the June 2022 Ask Me Anything episode of Mindscape! We are inaugurating a slightly different publication schedule, in which these monthly AMA will take the place of one of the regular Monday episodes, rather than being in addition to all of them. A slight tweak that will hopefully make my obligations a little more manageable.These monthly excursions are funded by Patreon supporters (who are also the ones asking the questions). I take the large number of questions asked by Patreons, whittle them down to a more manageable size — based primarily on whether I have anything interesting to say about them, not whether the questions themselves are good — and sometimes group them together if they are about a similar topic. Enjoy!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

Week of May 30, 2022

This episode discusses three MMWR reports. The first report examines CDC's emergency response to a multistate monkeypox outbreak. The second report describes COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths among Alaska Native people. And the last report highlights pediatric melatonin poisonings in the United States over the last decade.


Hack The Box: Podcast

Hack The Box

Welcome to the official podcast of Hack The Box! Sit back and relax all while listening to some of the greatest experts share their stories, tips, and tricks on the hottest cybersecurity topics. Want to listen to the official playlists of HTB? Check them out here: https://open.spotify.com/user/31jynama4bdwq3fslca56xv4us2u?si=8f345192b26b44ce Make sure to follow us on social media and subscribe to our Youtube channel! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/HackTheBox Twitter: https://twitter.com/hackthebox_eu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hackthebox/


COMPLEXITY

Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

Dmitri Tymoczko on The Shape of Music: Mathematical Order in Western Tonality

Math and music share their mystery and magic. Three notes, played together, make a chord whose properties could not be predicted from those of the separate notes. In the West, music theory and mathematics have common origins and a rich history of shaping and informing one another’s field of inquiry. And, curiously, Western composition has evolved over several hundred years in much the same way economies and agents in long-running simulations have: becoming measurably more complex; encoding more and more environmental structure. (But then, sometimes collapses happen, and everything gets simpler.) Music theorists, like the alchemists that came before them, are engaged in a centuries-long project of deciphering the invisible geometry of these relationships. What is the hidden grammar that connects The Beatles to Johann Sebastian Bach — and how similar is it to the hidden order disclosed by complex sys


Breaking Math Podcast

Breaking Math

72: The Lifestyles of the Mathematical and Famous (an Interview with Author Robert Black)

Robert Black is an author who has written a six-book series about seven influential mathematicians, their lives, and their work. We interview him and his books, and take a peek into the lives of these influential mathematicians.Addendum: Hey Breaking Math fans, I just wanted to let y'all know that the second material science podcast is delayed.[Featuring: Sofía Baca; Robert Black]


The MedTech Podcast

Karandeep Singh Badwal

The MedTech Podcast shares the journey behind the path of the people shaping the MedTech industry and its future. Join me as I connect with industry leaders, thought providers and innovators. Hosted by Karandeep Singh Badwal, Karandeep is a Quality & Regulatory Consultant specialising in the MedTech Industry. If you have any ideas for future episodes or would like to be on the podcast then feel free to connect with me via the links below Follow Karandeep on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karandeepbadwal/ Follow Karandeep on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/QRAMedical/


Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine

Pri-Med

Cardiovascular Disease and Exercise - Frankly Speaking Ep 271

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
 
CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-271
Overview: Given the prevalence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the United States, it is key for primary care providers to counsel patients on the importance of exercise for CVD prevention. This brief podcast explores data that will help clinicians understand the need to prescribe exercise and rehabilitation in the primary care setting. You’ll walk away with clear guidance to offer patients and ultimately improve outcomes in CVD as well as multiple chronic diseases.
Episode resource links:

Naci, H., & Ioannidis, J. P. (2015). Comparative effectiveness of exercise and drug interventions on mortality outcomes: metaepidemiological study. British journal of sports medicine, 49(21), 1414–1422. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2015-f557


De Universiteit van Nederland Podcast

Universiteit van Nederland

398 Hoe kan het dat je je lichaam soms kleiner of groter voelt worden?


Je ligt met griep in bed en het lijkt alsof je handen reusachtig zijn, terwijl je benen voelen als twee luciferstokjes. Daar kunnen de meeste mensen zich nog wel iets bij voorstellen. Maar wat als je bij iedere gesprekspartner een drakenkop op diens schouders ziet in plaats van een mensenhoofd? Jan Dirk Blom (Universiteit Leiden) vertelt je alles over het Alice in Wonderland-syndroom.☎️Heb jij een vraag voor een wetenschapper? Laat een voicebericht achter op onze Vriend van de Show-pagina!?Word Vriend van de Show. Voor maar 2,50 per maand kun je ons al steunen. Met jouw hulp kunnen wij twee keer per week een podcastaflevering blijven uitbrengen, zodat iedereen kan blijven leren van de leukste wetenschappers van Nederland. Dus waar wacht je nog op: word lid van de nieuwsgierigste vriendengroep van Nederland.Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring v


Military Life Radio | Navy Wife Radio | The Military Spouse Show

Navy Wife Radio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Stitcher & Bill Nye

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


How To Do Everything

NPR

Beefily Ever After

In our last episode, we learn how to drink tea, build human towers, watch the sunset forever and find the Ian inside all of us.


The Show About Science

Nate / The Company Making Podcasts

090: The Tale of Tails with Bo Xia

Why don't I have a tail? That's the question that Bo Xia asked himself when he was a little kid. Bo is now a PhD candidate at NYU Grossman School of Medicine. Bo's latest research attempts to answer his childhood question by identifying the mutation that resulted in ancestral humans losing their tails. On this episode of The Show About Science, Nate and Bo talk about his work and why this mutation may have happened.

Read more about Bo's work:
www.nytimes.com/2021/09/21/scienc…-their-tails.html


悬疑案件 | 扑朔迷离的案件合集

怡楽电台

063.现实中的孤儿怨案

主播:小伟、阿达、许先生封面:阿达后期:小伟


The Numberphile Podcast

Brady Haran

Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.


New Books in Psychology

Marshall Poe

Owen Flanagan, "How to Do Things with Emotions: The Morality of Anger and Shame across Cultures" (Princeton UP, 2021)

How to Do Things with Emotions: The Morality of Anger and Shame across Cultures (Princeton UP, 2021) is an expansive look at how culture shapes our emotions—and how we can benefit, as individuals and a society, from less anger and more shame 
The world today is full of anger. Everywhere we look, we see values clashing and tempers rising, in ways that seem frenzied, aimless, and cruel. At the same time, we witness political leaders and others who lack any sense of shame, even as they display carelessness with the truth and the common good. In How to Do Things with Emotions, Owen Flanagan explains that emotions are things we do, and he reminds us that those like anger and shame involve cultural norms and scripts. The ways we do these emotions offer no guarantee of emotionally or ethically balanced lives—but still we can control and change how suc


Changing Climate, Changing Migration

Migration Policy Institute

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


【イリョラジ】 医療で未来を想像するラジオ

タク&OZA

第54回:アメリカの研究者事情

アメリカで一人前の科学者になるための門を叩き続けて早5年が経ちました。職業事情が割と独特なのかなと思い、紹介してみます。
楽曲提供:DDJ


ECHA’s Safer Chemicals Podcast

European Chemicals Agency

Highlights from the March 2022 Risk Assessment and Socio-Economic Analysis committees

This episode gives you the highlights from the first 2022 meetings of the Committees for Risk Assessment (RAC) and Socio-Economic Analysis (SEAC). We interviewed the Chairs of the two committees, Tim Bowmer (RAC) and Maria Ottati (SEAC).Both Committees are made up of scientists nominated by EU Member States but appointed by the management Board of ECHA in their personal capacity and both have observers from different EU organisations representing civil society, academia and industry. They are responsible for making scientific opinions that are then used by the European Commission and EU member states when deciding how chemical risks need to be controlled.You will hear about opinions on harmonised classification and labelling proposals, restrictions and applications for authorisation. We also talk about the use of human bio-monitoring to protect workers from exposure to harmful chemicals an


Unexplainable

Vox

Lost Worlds: Life on Mars?

Mars was once a very different planet, with rivers, lakes, and — potentially — life. NASA’s latest Mars rover is on a mission to find traces of past life. What happens if it does?
This is the third episode of our new four-part series, Lost Worlds.
For more, go to http://vox.com/unexplainable
It’s a great place to view show transcripts and read more about the topics on our show.
Also, email us! unexplainable@vox.com
We read every email.
Support Unexplainable by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts
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生物駭客筆記|大腦升級、增肌減脂、對抗焦慮

Rich

EP36|更多強化身體素質biohacking技法!專訪李思賢醫師(下)

這集是專訪家醫科醫師「李思賢」下集,我發現李醫師專精的各種方法,根本就是超強的biohacking技法,這集來聊一下咖啡、斷食、針灸、營養點滴,這些主流醫學機構比較少碰觸的方法,卻是李醫師看診與自己日常生活都在做的事情。

來賓臉書粉專:思思醫師,陪你健康的好朋友
iHerb Rich的折扣碼:RIC7502
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raGeonight

raGeonight

地球科学を愛する大学院生のミルキー、さばしろが地球とか宇宙についてトークする番組です。 おたよりをお待ちしております! URL: https://forms.gle/E6ySHFpFwwXiyFQA8 Gmail: rageonight@gmail.com 『〇〇オタクの会』 様々なジャンルの地学オタクたちが集い、オタクトークを繰り広げるコーナー 『ジオニュース速報』 ホットな地球惑星科学関連のニュースを紹介! 『一人さびしく語らせてください』 我々がこれまで心に秘めていた、語りたかったけれども語る機会が無かった、そんな話を勝手に語っていきます。 『私は一体どこにいるのー』 あなたは突然、地球上のどこかに飛ばされてしまいました。地形・植生・景観といった手掛かりを基に、自分がどこにいるか推理しよう!


The Science of Birds

Ivan Phillipsen

Giant Birds: Go Big or Go Home

This is Episode 52. Today, we’re talking about bird species that are way, way bigger than your average chickadee or finch.Our focus will be on evolutionary lineages that spawned some very large bird species. Species whose ancestors had been much smaller, millions of years earlier.We’ll look at a bunch of interesting giant birds throughout history. Then we’ll talk about some scientific explanations for why these critters got so big in the first place.~~ Leave me a review using Podchaser ~~Links of InterestThe Time Terror Birds Invaded [Video]Takahe - Return to the Wild [Video]Island GigantismLink to this episode on the Science of Birds websiteSupport the show


Something You Should Know

Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

What to Do When You Feel Stuck & How Alternative Health Practices Can Actually Work

Who you hang out with can affect your health. This episode begins with some interesting research from Gallup about the impact your friends can have on you - both positive and negative. Source: Tom Rath author of Well Being (https://amzn.to/3EekZb7)
We all feel stuck at some point in life. Maybe you are stuck in a job or a relationship - or you just feel stuck in general. So how do you get unstuck? Well, there are some good ways and some bad ways. Here to explain what works and what doesn’t and how anyone can get unstuck from just about anything is therapist Britt Frank, author of the book, The Science of Stuck: Breaking Through Inertia to Find Your Path Forward (https://amzn.to/3Efv33v).
Certain alternative therapies have been labeled “woo-woo.” Generally, that has come to mean they are things that are a bit mystical and no one really knows if they work for sure. This includes t


Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio

CBC Radio

Legless fossils, smells of the past, research with Russia, sleeping sharks and the new story of the first peoples in the Americas.

The first land animal to go legless three hundred million years ago; What did history smell like? New field of science aims to find out; This Canadian researcher was trapped on a Russian ship as war broke out; Sharks sleep, sometimes with their eyes wide open; A new book puts together the story of how people came to the Americas.


泛泛泛科學

PanSci

認識 Omicron 變異病毒的厲害!Covid-19 確診數上升,未來會流感化嗎?

COVID-19 肆虐至今超過兩年,如今 Omicron 席捲防疫有成的台灣,讓疫情增添未知變數。是否該持續「清零」還是該與病毒共存?要維持正常生活,還是恢復全民隔離警戒?現實考驗著台灣人的應變能力。此時,我們也該好好認識超強傳染力的 Omicron 究竟為何物!

為什麼 COVID-19 病毒會不斷變異,相異的變異株又有哪些差別?Omicron 症狀輕是因為病毒變弱了?為何我們依然還是得打疫苗保護自己?疫情真的已經流感化,還是 Omicron 的高度免疫逃逸性,仍可能造成變數?和泛科學一起溯源認識病毒,面對疫情難關!

// 延伸閱讀 //
新冠病毒有流感化的趨向,Omicron 傳染力更強、重症率更低
https://pansci.asia/archives/338941
Omicron 變種病毒從哪來?打疫苗有用嗎?Omicron 相關研究彙整
https://pansci.asia/archives/341500
來勢洶洶的 Omicron,致病力有比較低嗎?
https://pansci.asia/archives/344404
姜冠宇醫師 整合手記 聊聊XE,和真正的流感化
https://reurl.cc/ZAGMX3

// 台灣科技媒體中心 SMC資料庫 //
「細胞與動物實驗發現Omicron致病力較低」專家意見: https://smctw.tw/12038/
「Omicron變種病毒亞型BA.2」專家意見:https://smctw.tw/12066/
「刺胳針研究:英國Omicron和Delta的住院、死亡風險比較」解析:https://smctw.tw/12686/
特別感謝專家意見提供:
長庚大學新興病毒感染研究中心主任 施信如
國家衛生研究院感染症與疫苗研究所副研究員級主治醫師 齊嘉鈺

研究論文:
SARS-CoV-2 Omicron virus causes attenuated disease


Flash Forward

Rose Eveleth

ROBOTS: Will Robots Ever Defeat Human Athletes?

Today’s episode is part one in our FOUR PART MINI SEASON SERIES AND SHOW FINALE [airhorn noises]. We’re going out with a robotic bang: four episodes about four different ways that robots might impact your life in the future, starting with sports. Also, you'll hear a special announcement about the future of the show.
For more about that go here.
Guests:


Joe Choong, gold medalist in the Tokyo Olympic games in modern pentathlon.


Dr. Peter Stone, a professor of computer science at the University of Texas at Austin, and president of the International RoboCup Federation.


Jessica Luther and Dr. Brenda Elsey, two of the co-hosts of sports podcast Burn it All Down.


Dr. Rayvon Fouché, a professor of American studies at Purdue University.


Dr. Josh Siegel, an assistant professor of computer science and engineering at Michigan State University.


ENEOS FOR OUR EARTH ~ONE BY ONE~

SPINEAR

EPISODE80「目標12:つくる責任つかう責任」

80回目のテーマは「目標12 つくる責任つかう責任」。ゲストはラヴィストトーキョー株式会社の代表・唐沢海斗さん。廃棄されるリンゴを使って作るアップルレザーをはじめとした動物にも地球にも優しいヴィーガンレザー。その他のフェイクレザーとはどう違うのか、循環するモノづくりについて伺っていきます。


サイエンス・エクスプレス

サイエンス・エクスプレス

FM84.2ラヂオつくばにて毎週月曜日22時~22時30分に放送中。全国の中学生・高校生・科学が好きな皆様へ、科学の楽しさ、研究者の熱い想いをお届けします。


リコットの夕焼け天文部

【天文学の東大生】リコットの天文学スタジオ

【夕焼けは見ただけで心が動く】「天文学の東大生」リコットが、聞くだけで心が動く天文学や宇宙の話題をお届けする「夕焼け天文部」。部員のあなたからのおたよりをお待ちしています! ★「リコットの夕焼け天文部」おたより専用フォーム https://forms.gle/38gvWDo9Y4b1cYEX7 ★メールアドレス(クラブネームと内容を含めてください) ricot.club@gmail.com ★YouTube「リコットの天文学スタジオ」 活動の様子を映像付きでお届け! https://www.youtube.com/c/RicotAstronomyStudio ★Twitter(@ricot_astro) #夕焼け天文部 で感想を募集中! https://twitter.com/ricot_astro


イノフェス・スペシャル「極限状態の生命科学」

SPINEAR

Vol.4 : 3 人が語る極限状態の生命科学とアフターコロナ

テクノロジーと音楽のフェス「J-WAVE INNOVATION WORLD FESTA 2020」のトークセッションから、ネット上でも大反響だったサイエンス・セッション「極限状態の生命科学」を Podcast で配信!

JAMSTEC の高井研氏、JAXA 村上豪氏、極地建築家村上祐資氏の 3 名が深海、宇宙の最先端研究から、極地生活での人間の精神まで好奇心をくすぐるトークセッションを全 4 話にてノーカット配信します。モデレーターは J-WAVE ナビゲーターサッシャ。

【出演】
高井研 : 微生物学者・JAMSTEC (海洋研究開発機構)
村上豪 : JAXA 宇宙科学研究所太陽系科学研究系助教
村上祐資 : 極地建築家
モデレーター : サッシャ

SPINEAR
https://spinear.com/shows/extreme-state-life-science/


数学カウンセリング◆勉強のお悩み募集中!

数学カウンセリング

あなたは暗記型?理解型?タイプに合わせた勉強法

暗記が得意?理解が得意?それぞれがワンランク上へ行くための勉強の心構えを紹介します。役に立ったらフォローをお願いいたします!質問・お悩み相談も募集中!
Twitter @seisei_yama
↓質問フォームからあなたのお悩みを教えてください↓
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc19Ap1p94NTv8TUEZrXXyE6ae-uggL23Hu4mD16Jv5JA31BQ/viewform
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Wissenschaft im Brennpunkt - Deutschlandfunk

Deutschlandfunk

Hafen mit Hirn - Warenströme im Datenmeer


Wie intelligent kann ein Warenverkehr sein? Im Hamburger Hafen, Deutschlands größtem, arbeiten Forscher, Firmen und Behörden daran, die gewaltigen Warenströme noch schneller und effizienter zu machen - mit immer mehr Sensoren, Kameras, Drohnen, raffinierterer Software und Quanten-Rechenpower.Von Tom Schimmeckwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Forschung aktuellDirekter Link zur Audiodatei


STEAM.fm

金谷一朗(いち)

太陽からの風と日本の折り紙の意外な関係【第74号音声版】#70

作家アーサー・C・クラークが「太陽からの風」で描いた「ソーラー・セイル」.彼は1963年に「畳み方はまだ知られていない」と書きました.しかしその7年後に日本人の三浦教授が畳み方を発明してしまいます.今週はこのミウラ折りと,キリン「氷結」の缶で使われている構造をご紹介していきます.
ニュースレターはこちらから https://steam.theletter.jp/
 


女ひとり。新規就農radio

こばと農園

season2 《 畑と暮らし 》告知と さいたま有機都市計画

さいたま有機都市計画 https://www.saitamayuukitoshikeikaku.com/ https://www.instagram.com/saitama_yukitoshikeikaku/ こむぎさんhttps://www.instagram.com/komugi.bagel/?hl=ja


ZEIT WISSEN - Woher weißt Du das?

ZEIT ONLINE

Läuft doch! Das Wunder des Gehens

Wer geht, bleibt gesund. Wer läuft und wandert, lernt die Welt aus neuer Perspektive kennen – und hat etwas zu erzählen: ZEIT-WISSEN-Redakteurin Hella Kemper wandert für ihr Leben gern und weiß viel über Füße an sich zu sagen. Urs Willmann vom Ressort Wissen der ZEIT schildert, wie er beim Laufen in einen Flow gerät. Und ZEIT-Feuilletonchefin Christine Lemke-Matwey spricht darüber, wie Musik uns bewegt – von Schubert über Strauss bis zu Techno. Kommen Sie näher, hier gibt es viel zu hören!

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Eine kostenlose Probeausgabe des ZEIT-WISSEN-Magazins erhalten Sie unter http://www.zeit.de/wissen-podcast. Dort sehen Sie auch die Topstorys der aktuellen Ausgabe.

Bei Fragen, A


Choses à Savoir SCIENCES

Choses à Savoir

Qu'est-ce que le syndrome du paillasson ?

Certains réflexes conditionnés représentent parfois une gêne au quotidien. C'est le cas de ce que les spécialistes appellent le "syndrome du paillasson". Mais de quoi s'agit-il ?

Un réflexe conditionné

Vous en avez sans doute fait l'expérience. Vous rentrez d'une sortie en ville et vous marchez tranquillement sur le trottoir de votre rue. Puis, au sortir de l'ascenseur, au moment de mettre votre clef dans la serrure, vous êtes pris d'une soudaine envie d'uriner.

Vous êtes alors sujet au "syndrome du paillasson". Dans ce cas, le muscle de la vessie se contracte et envoie au cerveau un message qu'il interprète comme un besoin urgent de la vider.

En fait, cette information a été transmise trop tôt au cerveau. S'il associe l'introduction de la clef dans la serrure, par exemple, avec l'envie pressante d'uriner, c'est parce que vous vous êtes déjà dirigé vers les toilettes dès


Freakonomics, M.D.

Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher

42. Your Doctor Has to Go Home. Now What?

When a doctor’s shift ends, or a physician retires, are patients left in the lurch? Bapu Jena looks at the challenge of managing medical transitions. 


The Intern At Work: Internal Medicine

The Intern At Work

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


This Anthro Life

Adam Gamwell

Deep Storytelling: Bicultural History and Fiction with Andrew Rowen

It's a common truism that history is often written by the victors, but it is equally true that the actual story is more complicated. One of the most poignant examples of this is the "discovery" of the new world by Christopher Columbus.So today I am super excited to have author Andrew Rowen back on the podcast. Andrew caught our attention back in 2017 for his book encounters, "Unforeseen 1492 Retold", which rather than another single sided story is a bicultural retelling that portrays the life stories of both Columbus and the Taíno chieftains from their youth to their encounters during the invasions of 1492.Andrew is back to talk about the sequel "Columbus and Caonabó 1493 to 1498 Retold". In this episode, we explore Andrew's rationale for producing a bicultural series of novels and choosing historical fiction over historical nonfiction in order to bring to life the context thoug


The PrimateCast - a podcast series brought to you by CICASP

CICASP

The PrimateCast is a podcast series dedicated to primatology and wildlife science, brought to you by the Center for International Collaboration and Advanced Studies in Primatology (CICASP) at the Center for the Evolutionary Origins of Human Behavior (EHUB), Kyoto University.


京都オーガニックラジオ

京都オーガニックラジオ

京都オーガニックアクション(KOA)は、地域のオーガニック農産物を地域に流通させるために様々取り組んできました。この番組では、毎回京都周辺のオーガニックな農家さんや八百屋さん、研究者や活動家などに登場してもらい、それぞれの「オーガニック」を掘り下げていきます。 この番組を通して農家さんや八百屋さんの想いを聞いた皆さんが、近所の八百屋さんでその農家さんの野菜を買う。そんな、ローカルでオーガニックで、確かな繋がりを創って行きたい。 そしてその繋がりが広まって、日々の食卓がちょっと豊かになる。 そんなわけで、京都をオーガニックにするラジオの始まりです! HP: https://kyotoorganicaction.com/ FB:「京都オーガニックアクション」 Email:koa.localorganic@gmail.ccom


Infectious Diseases Society of America

IDSA

COVID-19 Outpatient Therapeutics (June 18, 2022)

COVID-19 Real-Time Learning Network medical editors Varun Phadke, MD and Ethel Weld, MD discuss case studies on COVID-19 outpatient therapeutics.


植物マナブラジオ

RYO-YAN

#29 チューリップ 〜球根植物〜

お待たせしました!2ヶ月ぶりに配信しました!今回はチューリップについて話しています。
世界でも初と言われるバブル経済を引き起こした植物ですね。花に狂う群衆達の姿、見てみたいです。
また、細々と配信していくのでぜひ聴いてください!!

[お便りなどは投稿フォームにて]https://t.co/O5qdxcUDym?amp=1

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セミラジオ ~生き物とサブカル~

せみやま

鼻で歩く!鼻行類

鼻で歩く新種の哺乳類「鼻行類」についてお話しました!


底抜けに浅く歴史を語る祐介のラジオ
https://open.spotify.com/show/7wh4E7t5FPXDKcVX3Okb2w

「メガスクイド」をざっくり紹介
https://open.spotify.com/episode/71HQD2pTBX1nIaWP1mtdfC

ヒカシュー「ハイアイアイ島」
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBEkBmGOcnM

デザーテッドアイランド 動物図鑑
https://semiyama.com/deserted-island-animal/

デザーテッドアイランド 飛び猿
https://semiyama.com/deserted-island-animal/#toc_id_3

デザーテッドアイランド 鼻行類
https://semiyama.com/deserted-island-animal/#toc_id_9

鼻行類の本
https://www.amazon.co.jp/%E9%BC%BB%E8%A1%8C%E9%A1%9E-%E5%B9%B3%E5%87%A1%E7%A4%BE%E3%83%A9%E3%82%A4%E3%83%96%E3%83%A9%E3%83%AA%E3%83%BC-%E3%83%8F%E3%83%A9%E3%83%AB%E3%83%88-%E3%82%B7%E3%83%A5%E3%83%86%E3%83%A5%E3%83%B3%E3%83%97%E3%82%B1/dp/4582762891


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Gravity Assist

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Gravity Assist: What Will We Eat on Mars?

Astronauts on the International Space Station have been conducting experiments to grow food, including peppers and radishes. Christina Johnson, a NASA postdoc fellow at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, has been working on a variety of techniques to grow food in space. Learn what she thinks about the future of growing food beyond our planet.


Mindfacts: Esguinces mentales

Yes We Cast

Hemos visto cosas que no creeríais (Astroarqueología)

Esta semana en Mindfacts recibimos a un invitado que os sonará de algo: Jesús Callejo, autor de un nuevo libro llamado "He visto cosas que no creerías: El legado de una España mágica" (La Esfera de los Libros).Con él abordamos la concepto de astroarqueología y cómo la Humanidad siempre ha mirado al cielo para descubrir nuestras estrellas, nuestros Dioses y otras civilizaciones, y ha construido sus monumentos y lugares de culto en función de la orientación de los astros.Además, Sergio Cordero nos habla de "La Puerta de Marte", una supuesta construcción detectada por el rover Curiosity de la NASA que llevó a pensar en que podría haber existido una civilización inteligente en el Planeta Rojo, y nos desarrolla la frase que sirve como idea base de este episodio: "Encontrar restos de otra civilización sería la peor noticia en la Historia de la Humanidad".Mientras tanto, Alberto Espinosa y Francisco


Modern Physics: Quantum Mechanics (Winter 2012)

Leonard Susskind

Quantum theory governs the universe at its most basic level. In the first half of the 20th century physics was turned on its head by the radical discoveries of Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, and Erwin Schroedinger. An entire new logical and mathematical foundation—quantum mechanics—eventually replaced classical physics. We will explore the quantum world, including the particle theory of light, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, and the Schroedinger Equation. This course is the second of a six-quarter sequence of courses that explores the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics to be covered include quantum mechanics, the general and special theories of relativity, electromagnetism, cosmology, and black holes. While these courses build upon one another, each course can be taken independently as well. Both individually and collectively they will let students attain the “theoretical minimum” for thinking intelligently about modern physics. This course is presented by the Stanford Continuing Studies Program.


Physics

Yale University

Yale Professors, Lecturers and distinguished speak on physics, quantum mechanics and mysteries of the universe.


The Offshore Wind Podcast

Global Wind Energy Council

Season 2 in Review: End of Year Special

With the end of 2021 fast approaching, hosts Stewart Mullin and David Lenti look back at some key highlights of Season 2. The Offshore Wind Podcast would like to extend a warm thank you you to all our listeners and subscribers for your comments and feedback over the past year.Find out more about GWEC: www.gwec.netFind out more about Siemens Gamesa: www.siemensgamesa.com


主に薬のことを話すラジオ

おもやく

主に薬のことを話すラジオ、略して❝おもやく❞ パーソナリティーは薬剤師のシーズン先生から薬にまつわるあれやこれやを、患者(聞き手)のKELLY、海坊主に教えていただく番組です。 病気や怪我の治療に関するお問い合わせは、かかりつけ医、お近くの薬剤師に相談してください。また医薬品は「使用上の注意」をよく読んで正しくお使いください。 ※不定期で配信しております。


National Geographic Magazine

Radio Eye

4.13.22


The Confessionals

Merkel Media

Members Preview | 453: Summoning Azazel (Members)

In Episode 453: Summoning Azazel we are joined by a guest that requested to remain anonymous. She had some experiences that she has never shared with people and was very hesitant to do so. She seems to have had a run-in with the fallen angel Azazel caused by a ritual she briefly watched at the end of a video. After viewing the ritual weird things started happening around her home. She went back to the video to investigate and she found that the ritual was no longer there. So she reached out to the creator of the video and that's when things get even more bizarre. She also talks about premonitions she has had, her encounter with bigfoot as a young girl, and the possession she seems to have gone through. 

You can join The Confessionals on "The Spirits Are Inn" tour when we visit the Shanley Hotel in New York on July 1-2, 2022 as we have a two-day and one-night haunted adventure!



Conta


Mating Matters

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Mating Matters Farewell Brooke. BIG Announcement


Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation: hands-on conservation

Moira Dennis

A honey buzzard on its first migration

The honey buzzard is one of Britain's most enigmatic and elusive birds, poorly named (being neither a buzzard nor an eater of honey) and under-reported.  In August, Roy Dennis and his team, having discovered a honey buzzard nest in woodland in Moray, where Roy lives, fitted a highly sophisticated satellite transmitter to a female chick. A month later, the bird left on migration for Africa, but experienced the most dramatic start to her journey, blown eastwards across the North Sea to Denmark. She survived, and after several days' rest, continued on her journey, correctly turning south towards her destination.Tim Mackrill tells the story of her journey so far, and describes what might yet be waiting for her, while Roy explains more about the species as a whole.Producer: Moira DennisContributors (in order of appearance):  Roy Dennis, Tim MackrillSupport the show (http://www.roydennis.org/support-us/)


The Energy Podcast

Shell

Energy in Latin America: what you need to know

In a lively debate, a panel of experts examine the big issues around lowering emissions by 2050.

Hosted by Georgie Barrat and featuring Andrea Heins, Chair at the Argentine Committee of the World Energy Council; Jimena Marvan Santin, Executive Director of Chapter Zero México; Thiago Barral, Executive President of the Energy Research Office and Maarten Wetselaar, Shell’s Integrated Gas, Renewables and Energy Solutions Director.

 

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


The OTA Podcast

OTA Podcast Committee

Current OTA President Dr. Michael Archdeacon’s Career Pathway to Ortho Trauma, Research, and Leadership within the Orthopaedic Trauma Association

Listen in as Dr. Arun Aneja has an engaging conversation with current OTA President Dr. Michael Archdeacon: they talk through life experiences, personal focus areas, and career choices that led to leadership within the OTA organization. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/  Looking for CME?  OTA Podcast CME only on the ConveyMED Podcast App: Apple Store click here  Google Play click here  


Relaxing Beach and Waves ASMR Soundscape Podcast

Mr. Beach

The Relaxing Beach and Waves ASMR Soundscape Podcast is the perfect way to relax and de-stress. The soothing sounds of the ocean will transport you to your happy place, while the gentle waves provide a calming backdrop. With this podcast, you can enjoy all the benefits of nature's best stress reliever!


Psychology

Yale School of Medicine


多極的世界観の構築と外国語教育 — 多様な言語文化への挑戦

Kyoto University

世界の政治、経済、文化はグローバリゼーションの進展に伴いアメリカに一極集中する一方で、BRICsの台頭に認められるように多極化へと向かいつつある。今、かつてないほどに多文化理解を通じて、多様な価値基準を身につけることが求められている。そこで、国際社会において多極的世界の構築を提唱したフランス共和国元首相・外務大臣ドミニク・ドヴィルパン氏、並びに評論家加藤周一氏、京都大学教授佐伯啓思氏を交え、多極的世界観を構築することの重要性について考える。はたして外国語教育・学習は多極的世界観の構築にどのように資するのか。


MedPod101 | Learn Medicine

Wizzard Media

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]


WCS Wild Audio

Wildlife Conservation Society

Protecting coral reefs amidst a global bleaching crisis

Emily Darling directs WCS's global coral reef conservation program. Working with WCS programs in roughly a dozen countries, she thinks a lot about how to save these sensitive ecosystems—most importantly from climate change. Wild Audio’s Nat Moss checked in with her to learn more about the recent bleaching event on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, and what it suggests about the larger goal of reef conservation.


Math-Life Balance

Mura Yakerson

Interview with Dhruv Ranganathan

Dhruv Ranganathan is a lecturer at Cambridge University, working in algebraic geometry. In this video, Dhruv talks about doing research with undergrads, being tortured by math problems, looking for friends to write math papers, and other cool stuff!

Dhruv's webpage: https://www.dhruvrnathan.net
Photo: from the webpage

0:00 teaser
0:41 from cricket to air planes
2:16 adventure novels childhood
4:46 what do algebraic geometers do
8:39 experience of undergrad research
12:30 how undergrad research really works
15:35 “now I’m a believer”(c)
18:25 why so much pressure in doing math
21:09 how we create pressure for young people
23:44 doing math as a coping mechanism
27:00 math torture vs intense cartoon watching
28:50 speakers love getting any math questions
30:54 math for extroverts 
34:25 teaching students who leave academia
37:33 don’t beat yours


My Favorite Theorem

Kevin Knudson & Evelyn Lamb

Join us as we spend each episode talking with a mathematical professional about their favorite result. And since the best things in life come in pairs, find out what our guest thinks pairs best with their theorem.


Daily Arxiv Radiostation

Hang Chu

[May 13, 2022] Your Daily CV

Date: May 13, 2022Series: Your Daily CVThe daily episode of everything new in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (cs.CV).List of papers:-1. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05831-2. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05844-3. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.06160-4. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05920-5. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05869-6. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05703-7. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05725-8. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.05927-9. https://arxiv.org/abs/2205.06218

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