Hidden Brain

Hidden Brain

My Unsung Hero: Sanaa Kerroumi's Story

Sanaa is on her train ride home when an angry man begins threatening her. Before he gets too close, a stranger intervenes. Please share the story of your unsung hero with us! To do so, record a voice memo on your phone and email us at myunsunghero@hiddenbrain.org.

The Jordan Harbinger Show

Jordan Harbinger

618: Prescription for Friction: Marry into Addiction | Feedback Friday

Your fiancée knows her weed habit triggers your own addictive tendencies, but keeps it in her daily routine anyway. Now she's giving you flak for your recent lapse in sobriety, and this is making you wonder if getting married next month is really the best move for both of you. What should you do? We'll try to find an answer 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!
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Stuff To Blow Your Mind


The Monstrefact: Donkeys of Dune

In this episode of STBYM’s The Monstrefact, Robert discusses the oft-forgotten Kulons of the planet Arrakis…
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StarTalk Radio

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Cosmic Queries – James Webb Space Telescope

What’s the deal with the James Webb Space Telescope? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Matt Kirshen learn about the JWST and what it will help us discover with NASA astronomer Natalie Batalha and filmmaker Nathaniel Kahn.NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Stefan Fox, Cortex MC, Brenton Verlo, taylor primm, Charles Shieler, Alden Doolittle, and Thomas Harshbarger for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA/MSFC/David Higginbotham, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

COVID-19 Chapter 12: Control, Take 2

That’s right, we are rebooting our Anatomy of a Pandemic series in which we cover various aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic that has held the world in its grip since early 2020. Since our first episodes in the series dropped in March of this year, we have learned quite a lot about the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the disease it causes, patterns in its transmission, and of course, how we can best control it. In our first episode back, we focus on this last facet by exploring what we now know about policies and practices that work best to slow the spread of this virus and dive into some of the nuance surrounding masks, infection hot spots, and traveling. For this episode, we were so delighted to chat with Dr. Saskia Popescu, infectious disease epidemiologist and infection preventionist and Assistant Professor of Biodefense at George Mason University (interview recorded December 4, 2020) (Twitter: @SaskiaPopescu). As always, we wrap up the episode by di

Making Sense with Sam Harris

Sam Harris

#272 — On Disappointing My Audience

In this episode, Sam discusses some of the topics he has and hasn't covered, to the disappointment of many Making Sense listeners. SUBSCRIBE to gain access to all full-length episodes at samharris.org/subscribe. Learning how to train your mind is the single greatest investment you can make in life. That’s why Sam Harris created the Waking Up app. From rational mindfulness practice to lessons on some of life’s most important topics, join Sam as he demystifies the practice of meditation and explores the theory behind it.



The Nostalgia Bone from Throughline

This week at Invisibilia, we're bringing you an episode from NPR's Throughline about an emotion you might be feeling a lot these days: nostalgia. Longing for 'simpler times' and 'better days', many of us have been turning to 90s dance playlists, TV sitcoms, and sports highlights. We're looking for comfort and safety in the permanence of the past, or at least, what we think the past was. But, when it first appeared, nostalgia itself wasn't considered a feeling; it was a deadly disease. This episode traces the history of nostalgia from its origins as an illness to the dominating emotion of our time.

Freakonomics, M.D.

Freakonomics Radio + Stitcher

17. How Does Retirement Affect Your Brain?

Aging carries a risk of losing our memory, focus, and ability to take care of ourselves and others. Does leaving the workforce worsen that risk? We investigate the research. And…Bapu asks: is it time for dad to retire?

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying

#111: On Dying, Lying, & Testifying (Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying DarkHorse Livestream)

In this 111th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.This week, we talk about Covid, again. We talk about how our public health authorities talk about it, and whether VAERS is reliable, and how we would know. The Oregon Health Authority assures us that we “only have to wait five months” for a booster now. We talk about consilience, and how to assess claims of truth. We show a 2,000 year old skull out of Peru that has been…modified; and we show some street art out of DC. We talk about chicken that is actually plants; the successful Wari empire in pre-Incan South America who threw parties at which a combination of alcohol and hallucinogens were served; sperm whales learning how to avoid whalers; and a vast icefish breeding colony in Antarctica. Our book, A Hunter

Short Wave


Fighting Bias In Space: When There's A New Telescope, Who Gets To Use It?

The James Webb Space Telescope's mirrors are almost in place and soon it'll be a million miles away from Earth, ready to provide clues to the history of the universe. Naturally, many scientists have research they'd like to do that involve the telescope. Today on the show, Emily talks with correspondent Nell Greenfieldboyce about who gets time on it, and how decision-makers are working to stay focused on the proposed science instead of who will be doing it, in the hopes of making the process fair for all proposals.For more of Nell's reporting, check out, Who gets to use NASA's James Webb Space Telescope? Astronomers work to fight bias. (https://n.pr/3tH2vwJ)You can email Short Wave at ShortWave@NPR.Org.



The building blocks of the universe

Most of the matter in the universe is dark matter, an invisible, untouchable, mysterious substance. Scientists don’t know what exactly dark matter is, despite decades of searching. But recently, they got a new clue in the form of an extremely tiny dancer.
This episode is a remix of two prior episodes of Unexplainable, which has been airing on broadcast radio through a partnership with American Public Media.

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Science Friday

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Omicron News, COVID Severity Questions, Bird Count. Jan 7 2022, Part 1

Omicron Variant Drives Winter COVID Surge
The United States set a global record this week, recording roughly one million new coronavirus tests in a single day. The current surge in cases is mostly driven by Omicron. The highly contagious variant accounted for about 95% of new cases last week.
And, to top it all off, tests are in short supply, the CDC changed its quarantine guidelines, and some schools have returned to remote learning.
Virologist Angela Rasmussen joins Ira to help make sense of the latest deluge of Omicron news. Rasmussen is a research scientist at VIDO-InterVac, the University of Saskatchewan’s vaccine research institute in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Is Omicron A Less Severe Variant Of COVID-19?
Over the past few weeks, a common refrain has popped up in reports about the Omicron variant of COVID-19: The variant seems to be “less severe” than earlier fo

Unsung Science

CBS News Radio

Subtitles for the Blind

You already knew that you can turn on subtitles for your TV show or movie—handy if you’re hearing impaired, or just want to understand the dialogue better. But there’s a corresponding feature for people with low vision: audio description tracks, where an unseen narrator tells you, in real time, what’s happening on the screen. But who creates them, and how, and when? And how do they describe the action during fast dialogue, fast action, sex scenes, and screens full of scrolling credits? A deep dive into a bizarre art form most people didn’t know exists.Guests: Lauren Berglund, consumer relations coordinator at the Guide Dog Foundation. Bill Patterson, founder, Audio Description Solutions. Rhys Lloyd, studio head, Descriptive Video Works. Bryan Gould, director of the National Center for Accessible Media at WGBH.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The VPZD Show

Drs. Vinay Prasad & Zubin Damania

Ep. 4: Omicron Panic, Natural Immunity, Fluvoxamine, Boosters, Fauci (w/ Dr. Marty Makary)

Dr. Marty Makary joins the fray for a science & reason SMACKDOWN ? How many Omicrons does this register on the media fear-o-meter? Weigh in ??

Video version, links, transcript, and more: https://zdoggmd.com/vpzd-4

Topics and time codes:

0:00 Intro

2:17 Boosters for All?

8:47 Young people + Covid, flawed CDC studies?

12:45 Natural immunity, Myocarditis, population risk vs. benefit

21:15 The narrative of simplicity and one-size-fits-all in public health

27:12 How we’re treating college students re: COVID quarantine, boosting, testing

30:45 Omicron, animal source?

34:08 Journalistic responsibility, and natural immunity revisited, what healthcare CEOS should do

43:28 Dr. Oz and the state of politics due to COVID disruptions in economy and freedoms

47:40 Socioe

Sasquatch Chronicles

Sasquatch Chronicles - Bigfoot Encounters

SC EP:823 The Hypnotic Eyes

I will be speaking to Will and he had an encounter while hunting in Alabama. Many years later Will was hiking with his family in TN. Will said "When me and this creature locked eyes I felt like I could not move. We will also be speaking to Emily and George. Emily writes "I believe I had an encounter. I was camping in a van in the Mark Twain national Forrest last month while hunting with my boyfriend and friend.

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

Coast to Coast AM

Space Flight - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 1/21/22

Guest host Richard Syrett and an open lines caller discuss the science of space flight technology, whether humans may already possess advanced alien technology, and if a secret space program exists that is hidden from the public.
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The Osterholm Update: COVID-19


Episode 77: A Booster Dose of Humility

In today's episode, Dr. Osterholm and Chris Dall discuss the surge of cases in Europe and what it could mean for the rest of the world, the importance of vaccinations and booster doses, COVID-19 cases in deer, and making Thanksgiving plans while remaining COVID-conscious.

Email us your questions: OsterholmUpdate@umn.edu

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Overheard at National Geographic

National Geographic

The Arctic Story Hunter

What’s it like to grow up underneath the aurora borealis, on the shores of the Arctic Ocean? Photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva describes leaving—and returning to—Tiksi, a Siberian coastal town that during her childhood slowly became a ghost town in the wake of the Soviet collapse. That experience led her to find beauty in unexpected places—riding reindeer with nomadic herders and watching Arctic storms in isolated weather stations.
For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard.
Want More?
See Evgenia’s photos in National Geographic, which include stories of the lucrative “tusk rush” on woolly mammoth bones that have emerged from Russian permafrost as well as the murky world of butterfly trading in Indonesia.
Evgenia’s lens also focuses on the wild whimsy of her frigid hometown, Tiksi. See more photos on Instagram @evgenia_arbugaeva and @natgeo.
Also explore:
Learn how a gigantic offshore oil rig could rad

The Psychology Podcast

Stitcher & Scott Barry Kaufman

Ayelet Fishbach || How to Motivate Yourself

In this episode, I talk to award-winning psychologist Ayelet Fishbach about the science of motivation. How do we motivate ourselves to do anything? From her extensive research, Ayelet shares with us four crucial strategies for successful behavior change: identify the right goals, avoid the “middle”, resist temptations, and seek social support. And equally important, she gives tips on how to sustain motivation for longer periods of time. We also touch on the topics of reinforcement, flow, deliberate practice, self-control, and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. BioDr. Ayelet Fishbach is the Jeffrey Breakenridge Keller Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and the past president of the Society for the Study of Motivation and the International Social Cognition Network (ISCON). She is an expert on motivation and decision making and the author of Get it Done: Surprising Lessons fr

Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

Healing pain by treating the mind, with Tor Wager, PhD

More than 20 percent of U.S. adults suffer from some form of chronic pain. For many, effective treatment remains elusive, with medications and even surgeries giving little in the way of relief. But in recent years, psychologists’ research has begun to suggest that at least for some people, the answer to chronic pain may come not from healing the body but from treating the mind. Dr. Tor Wager, of Dartmouth University, discusses the relationship among our thoughts, feelings and beliefs about pain and the actual physical pain that we feel, what pain looks like in the brain, and how new research findings are leading to effective new treatments for pain.

This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 858: The vax of life with John Mascola

John Mascola joins TWiV to discuss the history and mission of the NIH Vaccine Research Center, how it prepared for devising pandemic vaccines, and development of the COVID-19 vaccines. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, Rich Condit, and Brianne Barker Guest: John Mascola Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Accelerated COVID-19 vaccine development (Immunity) Letters read on TWiV 858 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Brianne – How Sesame Street is Handling the Pandemic Rich – Zamboni: How it works Alan – How lightning starts Vincent – Buon-A-Petitti Listener Picks Meika –Wordle Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe


What happens when stars collide?

Daniel and Jorge talk about the chances of two stars smashing, and whether we could survive.
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The Science of Happiness

PRX and Greater Good Science Center

How Music Soothes Us (Encore)

What is it about certain melodies that can relax our nerves and rock us to sleep? We explore the science of calming music with pianist Rosey Chan.

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

Sean Carroll | Wondery

175 | William Ratcliff on Multicellularity, Physics, and Evolution

We’ve talked about the very origin of life, but certain transitions along its subsequent history were incredibly important. Perhaps none more so than the transition from unicellular to multicellular organisms, which made possible an incredible diversity of organisms and structures. Will Ratcliff studies the physics that constrains multicellular structures, examines the minute changes in certain yeast cells that allows them to become multicellular, and does long-term evolution experiments in which multicellularity spontaneously evolves and grows. We can’t yet create life from non-life, but we can reproduce critical evolutionary steps in the lab.Support Mindscape on Patreon.William Ratcliff received his Ph.D. in Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at the University of Minnesota. He is currently Associate Professor in the School of Biological Sciences at Georgia Tech. Among his awards are a Packa

Mysterious Radio: Paranormal, UFO & Lore Interviews

Mysterious Radio

Are UFO's Healing People?

Enjoy the AD-FREE versions of our latest episodes and our archives right now.
My special guest tonight is author and UFO researcher Preston Dennett who's here to discuss the phenomena of people claiming that they were healed by a UFO. Get his book The Healing Power of UFO's: 300 True Accounts of People Healed by Extraterrestrials on Amazon.

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Are ETs healing humans?The answer, of course, is yes! In this landmark book, The Healing Power of UFOs, leading UFO researcher, Preston Dennett, presents a fasc

Paranormal Mysteries Podcast

Paranormal Mysteries | Supernatural & Unexplained Stories

Website, Forum & New Years Update | Paranormal Mysteries

Happy New Year's Eve, everyone, and I hope that you’ve all had a great week.Before we start the new year, I wanted to update everyone regarding changes to our website, and forum. I’ve been wanting to streamline both for a while, and fix some small issues. Over the last few months I’ve been doing just that, but along the way I ran into some issues. Because of this, it was easier for me to just build a new website, and forum from scratch, so that’s what I did. The result is a cleaner menu system, and a more intuitive design.However, because I decided to build an all new site, this means that I needed to reset all of the user login data. Therefor, if you previously created an account, your current login information will not work with this new site. You will have to create a new login, however, you CAN sign up with the same login information that you used on the old site. You may also choose to simply login with Facebo

DeepMind: The Podcast

Hannah Fry

Demis Hassabis: The interview

In this special extended episode, Hannah Fry meets Demis Hassabis, the CEO and co-founder of DeepMind. She digs into his former life as a chess player, games designer and neuroscientist and explores how his love of chess helped him to get start-up funding, what drives him and his vision, and why AI keeps him up at night.If you have a question or feedback on the series, message us on Twitter (@DeepMind using the hashtag #DMpodcast) or email us at podcast@deepmind.com.Further reading:Wired: Inside DeepMind's epic mission to solve science's trickiest problemQuanta magazine: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing ScienceDemis Hassabis: A systems neuroscience approach to building AGI. Talk at the 2010 Singularity Summit Demis Hassabis: The power of self-learning systems. Talk at MIT 2019Demis Hassabis: Talk on Creativity and AI Financial Times: The mind in the machine: Demis Hassabis on artificial intelligence (2017)The Times: Interview with Demis H

Science Vs


The Moon: Why Are We Really Going Back?

The moon race is back! Countries — and billionaires — are lining up to take a crack at returning to the moon. But why are we really going? Some say this is a lunar gold rush, that countries want to mine the moon for resources. Others are saying the real reason to go to the moon today is that it’ll help us get to Mars. To find out, we talk to engineer Dr. Angel Abbud-Madrid, physicist Prof. Nicolle Zellner, and astronomer Prof. Gregg Hallinan. 

Check out our transcript here: https://bit.ly/3oC5kMx 

This episode was produced by Meryl Horn and Ekedi Fausther-Keeys, with help from Wendy Zukerman, Rose Rimler, and Michelle Dang. We’re edited by Blythe Terrell. Fact checking by Diane Kelly. Mix and sound design by Bumi Hidaka. Music written by Bumi Hidaka, Peter Leonard, Emma Munger and Bobby Lord. Thanks to the researchers we got in touch with for this episode, including Dr. Tom Simko, Professor Jack Burns, Dr. Paul By

Into the Impossible With Brian Keating

Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination

Carlo Rovelli: Quantum Weirdness!?

Carlo Rovelli was born in Italy, is a US citizen and lives in France. His main activity is in theoretical physics, where he is known as one of the founders of loop quantum gravity. He has also interests in the history and philosophy of science. He has written "Quantum Gravity", a treatise on loop quantum gravity and, for the large public, "The First Scientist: Anaximander and his Legacy", which is primarily a reflection on the nature of science. The book is translated in five languages and has been awarded by the "Prix du Livre Haute Maurienne".
Rovelli has worked in various Universities in Italy, the US and France. He is currently head of the quantum gravity group at the Center For Theoretical Physics of the Aix-Marseille University. He is Honorary Professor of the Normal University of Beijing, and member of the International Academy for the Philosophy of Science.
In his latest book, Helgoland, he ex

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD

Attachment Assessment Unpacked, Ann & Sue Geek Out and Debrief Previous Episode with Carol George (163)

We are still excited by the exceptional opportunity to learn directly from Dr. George and for the privilege we have in getting to sit down with so many incredible experts in the field of attachment and the relational sciences. We thought there was no better way to follow up than to bring you an in-depth session with Ann and Sue to really get into the heart of attachment assessment. Follow along as they explore what attachment really means, how research has evolved, and how it is relevant on a clinical level. Guided by excerpts from the conversation with Dr. George, they share personal stories, and their own knowledge of the topic to give you 40 minutes of insightful, candid conversation to expand your knowledge even greater. You won't want to miss it!

NASA's Curious Universe

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Webb Space Telescope: Go for Launch with ESA’s Ariane 5 Expert

After years of preparation and anticipation, it’s time to send the world’s most powerful telescope to space. Ariane 5 rocket expert Rudi Albat (ESA) takes you through launch day and describes why the launcher that will carry Webb to its final destination is one of a kind.

The Confessionals

Merkel Media

409: Black Budget Space Programs

In Episode 409: Black Budget Space Programs, we are joined again by a fan favorite, Tony Rodrigues! Tony and I originally connected years ago on Episode 91: The Alien Abducted Time Traveler where he became the first guest on The Confessionals to share his experiences being abducted as a child, put in a secret space program, and forced into slave labor for 20 years. After his 20 years were finished, "they" brought him back to Earth at the exact time from which they took him. On Episode 409, Tony and I hold an open conversation about these topics, and how they relate to every human on planet Earth today.

TONY'S WEBSITE: www.tonyrodrigues.com

Join The Confessionals on "The Spirits Are Inn" tour when we visit the Shanley Hotel in New York on April 8-9, 2022 as we have a two-day and one-night haunted adventure!

Contact Creed and Jen at Educated Wanderer to reserve your spot today!

Just the Zoo of Us

Ellen & Christian Weatherford

126: Carnation Corals w/ Rosie Steinberg!

Join Ellen & marine biologist Rosie Steinberg for a review of some beautiful animals that you might not have even known were animals: carnation corals! We talk about the living Ship of Theseus, what a coral smells like, intense turf wars being fought in super slow motion, and life as a hivemind of squishy clones.Follow Rosie on Twitter!Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!Cover photo: johnandersonphoto via Getty Images 

Life Kit: Health


Need to make a change in your life? Behavioral science can help

When's the best time to start a new habit? And what makes some stick while others fall by the wayside? Behavioral scientist Katy Milkman's new book, How to Change, breaks down the research about how to leverage human nature instead of working against it to achieve your goals. (This episode originally aired in May 2021.)

Something You Should Know

Mike Carruthers / OmniCast Media / Cumulus Podcast Network

How to Break a Disagreement Deadlock & A New Habit That Can Change Your Life

When you or your child cut a cut or scrape, it is likely you grab some antibiotic ointment to put on it to prevent infection. This episode begins by explaining why that may not be such a good idea. https://www.mindfood.com/article/the-risk-of-overusing-antibiotic-creams-and-ointments/
Nothing is more frustrating than being in an argument with someone when you know you are right, and the other person refuses to see it or agree. So how do you resolve a conflict like this? Listen as I speak with Xavier Amador a clinical psychologist, teacher and author of the book I’m Right, Your’re Wrong, Now What? Break the Impasse and Get What You Need (https://amzn.to/3KqUDpc). Xavier explains a very simple technique that will help you get to a resolution no matter how vehemently you disagree.
Next time you are near a mirror, you may want to look at your earlobes. What you see might reveal something i

Blurry Creatures

Blurry Creatures

Chasing down the ‘Blurry Creatures’ that inhabit the fringes between reality, myth, and imagination. Join podcast veterans Nate Henry and Luke Rodgers as they investigate Bigfoot, Ancient Giants, Cryptids, The Nephilim, The Watchers, Ancient Burial Mounds, Forbidden History, Megaliths, Conspiracy Theories, Dogman, Mothman, The UFO Phenomenon, Extraterrestrials, and The Unexplained.

TED Talks Science and Medicine


A climate solution where all sides can win | Ted Halstead

Why are we so deadlocked on climate, and what would it take to overcome the seemingly insurmountable barriers to progress? Policy entrepreneur Ted Halstead proposes a transformative solution based on the conservative principles of free markets and limited government. Learn more about how this carbon dividends plan could trigger an international domino effect towards a more popular, cost-effective and equitable climate solution.

Plenary Session

Vinay Prasad, MD MPH

A podcast on medicine, oncology, & health policy. Host: Vinay Prasad, MD MPH from University of California, San Francisco. Tweet your feedback to @Plenary_Session or e-mail plenarysessionpodcast@gmail.com.

The Resetter Podcast

Dr. Mindy Pelz

The Power of Choosing Yourself – With Alex Elle

For full show notes, resources mentioned, and transcripts go to: www.drmindypelz.com/ep104/ To enroll in Dr. Mindy's Fasting membership go to: resetacademy.drmindypelz.com This episode is all about journaling as a form of self-expression and therapy. We also dive into what it means to be selfish and self-centered and how that differs from self-care.  Alexandra Elle is an author & self-care facilitator living in the Washington, DC metro area with her husband and children. Writing came into her life by way of therapy and the exploration of healing through journaling. Quarterly, Alex teaches workshops and retreats centered around assisting others in finding their voices through storytelling, poetry, and narrative writing rooted in truth without shame. Her mission is to build community & self-care practices through literature & language. She is currently an author at Chronicle Books. Alex is the author of multiple books and journal

In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants

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 Science Hour

BBC World Service

Deliberately doomed dart

d dart
Science in Action

DART is a space mission designed to hit a distant asteroid and knock it slightly out of orbit. It’s a test mission, a pilot project for a way of potentially protecting the earth from a stray asteroid. We hear from mission coordinators Nancy Chabot and Andy Rivkin, both from the Applied Physics Labs, APL, of Johns Hopkins University.

A new kind of Covid-19 vaccine has successfully undergone preliminary tests. Tuebingen University’s Juliane Walz tells us about how it hopes to stimulate a longer lasting protective effect against the virus than current vaccines.

And Haley Randolph of Chicago University sheds light on how our ancient ancestors’ exposure to viruses influences our susceptibility today.

Historian Robert Schulmann gives us an insight into the significance of research notes by Albert Einstein and Michele Besso. Sold at auction in France the notes give an insight into the

American Innovations


Tech’s Next Big Waves | 3

For our last episode before American Innovations goes on hiatus, we look to the future of new technology from artificial intelligence and virtual reality to carbon capture and the electrification of mobility. Steven talks about these innovations and more with friend of the podcast Clive Thompson, a journalist who writes about science and technology and the author of Coders: The Making of a New Tribe and the Remaking of the World.Listen to new episodes 1 week early and ad free, and access exclusive seasons of American Innovations with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/innovations.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Wild with Chris Morgan

KUOW News and Information

Portugal’s ecological utopia

I do love a good border crossing, so join me as I travel to Northeast Portugal, into the Coa River Valley, to witness a really interesting story that is unfolding there.The dense old forests that were there are now mostly gone. Cut down and replaced with pastures for sheep and olive groves generations ago. And now the shepherds and other farmers are abandoning this region in droves. This checkered history has led to a poor economy, brush instead of trees and an explosion of wildfires.Join me as I meet passionate, young biologists who are bringing back the forest, ecosystems and wild animals, and creating a new, healthy space for all. To create an ecological utopia in the Coa Valley of Portugal.The WILD is a joint production of myself and KUOW Public Radio. One way to support this vital work and become part of THE WILD community is through small monthly contributions to my wildlife organization, Chris Morgan Wildlife. You can find more information

Think with Pinker

BBC Radio 4

Sentence first, verdict afterwards

Decision making in the courtroom: In his guide to thinking better, Professor Steven Pinker explores the life and death choices made by judges and juries.

To help him sift signals from noise, he’s joined by:

Judge Nancy Gertner: former United States district judge and now professor of law at Harvard University

Elizabeth Loftus; professor at the University of California and one of the most influential psychologists of the 20th century

Producer: Imogen Walford
Editor Emma Rippon

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

Psychiatry & Psychotherapy Podcast

David Puder, M.D.

Diet to Treat Depression and Anxiety

In this episode, we welcome back Dr. Drew Ramsey to discuss his new book, Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety. Rather than writing a diet book, Dr. Ramsey has made healthy eating accessible for everyone by detailing the needed nutrients and the food items that can easily be added to our diet. We will discuss Dr. Ramsey’s journey of finding ways to make healthy eating accessible and his insights into how the food we eat affects our mood and brain function.

Settle the Stars: The Science of Space Exploration

Edgeworks Nebula

Bonus Episode: Shifting Trajectory

Alexander brings a quick announcement about the podcast and some changes he'll be making in the future.



How Did Stegosaurus Work?

The Stegosaurus was a huge herbivore in a time of giants -- and it had some impressive defenses. Learn more about it in this episode of BrainStuff, based on this article: https://animals.howstuffworks.com/dinosaurs/stegosaurus.htm
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The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week

Popular Science

Mary Roach talks Moose Crash Test Dummies, Famous Ferrets, and Deadly Planets

Mary Roach—author of incredible books like Gulp, Bonk, Spook, and most recently, Fuzz—joins the show this week! The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week is a podcast by Popular Science. Share your weirdest facts and stories with us in our Facebook group or tweet at us!
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Mating Matters

Dr. Wendy Walsh

Mating Matters Farewell Brooke. BIG Announcement

Choiceology with Katy Milkman

Charles Schwab

A Clean Slate: With Guests John Beshears, Richard Thaler & Ray Zahab (Rebroadcast)

For many people, the start of a new year is an occasion to re-examine their lives, to set new goals and to give up old habits. Making New Year’s resolutions is something of a social ritual, but we see similar behaviors around other significant dates, as well--such as birthdays and anniversaries and the changing of seasons. And while it can be argued that all of these dates are arbitrary, studies show that they can still give you a head start in achieving your goals.In this episode of Choiceology with Katy Milkman, we examine the common but not always rational phenomenon whereby people divide their lives into chapters. We look at ways to leverage this phenomenon to make better choices.The episode begins on a riverbank, with a religious rite symbolizing rebirth and renewal.Next, we hear about Ray Zahab’s life changing New Year’s resolution. What began as a simple plan to live a healthier lif

All In The Mind

ABC Radio

The damage done by emotionally immature parents (and how to heal)

How would you describe your parents?

Nobody's perfect, of course, but some parents leave more of a mark than others.

On All in the Mind this week, we look at the life-long impact of having 'emotionally immature' parents.

This episode was first broadcast on 30 May 2021.

Unbiased Science

Vital Statistics Consulting

If I Could Turn Back Time: Aging and Longevity

On this week's episode, we tackle something that each and every one of us will experience whether we like it or not...aging. We discuss life expectancy as a metric and shifting demographics over time. We touch upon the impact of nature versus nature on the aging process and social determinants of health that may impact the quantity and quality of our lives. We zoom in on the cellular process of aging to discuss what happens to our bodies as we age. We discuss some well-known longitudinal studies on aging and longevity and their findings-- including some of the predictors of longevity, as well as cognitive health later in life. We spend some time talking about the blue zones around the world (places with the highest concentration of centenarians) and the evidence-based common denominators that link these populations. This episode sets the stage for many future episodes we plan to record on epigenetics, the booming anti-aging

Real Ghost Stories Online

Real Ghost Stories Online | Paranormal, Supernatural & Horror Radio

Getting Back To Sleep | Best Real Ghost Stories

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Bonus: From our friends at MASTERPIECE Studio

We wanted to share this first episode of a thrilling three-part documentary miniseries from our friends at MASTERPIECE: Making MASTERPIECE, which tells the whole story of how a scrappy group of public media producers in Boston created THE home for British drama on American TV. You can hear episodes of Making MASTERPIECE — including interviews with Hugh Bonneville, Lily Collins, Charles Dance, and many more — at pbs.org/masterpiece or wherever you listen to podcasts.

The Infinite Monkey Cage


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

BBC Inside Science

BBC Radio 4

The Rutland ‘Sea Dragon’, An Astronomer's Christmas and some Animal Magic

After 20 years of planning, preparation and a nail-biting build up fraught by delays The James Webb Space telescope finally launched on Christmas day 2021. Anxious astronomers across the globe looked on as the JWST then completed even riskier manoeuvres to unfurl the 18 hexagonal components that make up its 6.5 meter diameter primary mirror. Cosmologist Dr Sheona Urquhart from the Open University tells us about the astronomical community’s tense Christmas day.

Fresh from a TV spot on BBC Two’s Digging for Britain this week, Dr Dean Lomax and PhD candidate Emily Swaby share their excitement unearthing Rutland’s ‘Sea Dragon’ and explore what this find could tell us about Ichthyosaurs. At over 10 meters long this ancient ocean predator is the largest complete fossil of its kind to be discovered in the UK. Ichthyosaurs are commonly associated with Dorset and Yorkshire coastlines where fossils


BBC World Service

The venomous vendetta

Whilst watching a documentary about some poisonous frogs, Curio Janni in Amsterdam, started to wonder what would happen if a frog licked itself or another frog of the same species. She asks Dr Adam Rutherford and Professor Hannah Fry to investigate whether an animal would react badly to a toxin it itself produces? In essence 'can a venomous snake kill itself by biting itself?'

Of course the answer is complicated, but the sleuths know exactly who to ask.

Steve Backshall, award-winning wildlife explorer, best known for his BBC series 'Deadly 60'. Author of 'Venom – Poisonous Creatures in the Natural World'. Steve has been bitten, stung and spat at by a plethora of venomous creatures during his career. He also studied the first known venomous newt - the sharp-ribbed newt - a creature that has sharpened ribs that when it's under attack, it will squeeze its body force those ribs out through its skin, coating them in venom, which is then

Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike's Medical Podcast

Mike Todorovic

Dr Matt Barton and Dr Mike Todorovic are University lecturers and researchers who love discussing the anatomy and physiology of various human systems and explore important clinical correlates.

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

Dr. Steven Novella

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe is a weekly science podcast discussing the latest science news, critical thinking, bad science, conspiracies and controversies. -The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe: Your escape to reality - Produced by SGU Productions, LLC: https://www.theskepticsguide.org

People Who Read People: A Behavior and Psychology Podcast

Zachary Elwood

A podcast about understanding human behavior, hosted by Zachary Elwood (twitter: @apokerplayer). Interviews with people from a wide range of fields about how understanding people aids them in their endeavors, with an occasional focus on the psychology of political polarization.

Infectious Diseases Society of America


Combatting COVID-19 Misinformation (Jan. 14, 2022)

IDSA President Daniel McQuillen, MD, FIDSA, IDSA President-Elect Carlos del Rio, MD, FIDSA and John Bridgeland, co-founder and CEO of the COVID Collaborative, discuss how to combat COVID-19 misinformation and the impact misinformation may have on the future of medicine.

Expanded Perspectives

Expanded Perspectives

Expanded Perspectives Podcast is your source for Ancient History, Alternative History, Cryptozoology, UFO's, Conspiracy Theories and all things Paranormal. Join the hosts and lifelong friends Kyle Philson and Cameron Hale as they dig into mysteries of our ancient past, unusual events, unbelievable creatures and undeniable truths through research and interviews with top researchers, archaeologist, historians and authors. They take a down to earth approach while maintaining and open mind. Its time for you to expand your perspective!

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

The Planetary Society

We have touched the Sun: The Parker Solar Probe’s triumph

The Parker Solar Probe dipped within the corona on its eighth encounter with our star. It found phenomena that have surprised and delighted heliophysicists, and it captured a movie that is one of the greatest space videos ever. We’ll talk about these and more with Nicola “Nicky” Fox, director of NASA’s Heliophysics Division, and Nour Raouafi, the mission’s project scientist. Get out your calculators! Winning the new space trivia contest will require some basic arithmetic. Discover more at https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2022-fox-raouafi-parker-solar-probe

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The End Of The World with Josh Clark


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. […]

GraveYard Tales

Adam Ballinger & Matt Rudolph

174: The Drake Hotel

This week we discuss the Drake Hotel! There are hauntings, lots of history, and some wild events that have happened here!


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Tooth and Claw: True Stories of Animal Attacks

Tooth and Claw

True stories of the most extreme wild animal attacks ever documented, told and explained by Wes Larson, a wildlife biologist and animal behavior expert. Wes is joined by his brother Jeff and their mutual friend Mike, and in each episode the three pour over the details of animals attacks and explain how listeners can avoid these kinds of dangerous encounters, and learn a new appreciation for the wild things of the world

Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

How can battery-powered aircraft get off the ground?

Getting electric planes to take off, and the latest from the Nature Briefing.In this episode:00:45 The challenges facing battery-powered flightWhile battery-powered cars are becoming increasingly common, the same cannot be said for aeroplanes. This week, a team of researchers look at the technical and economic challenges facing battery-powered flight.Perspective: Viswanathan et al.09:24 Research HighlightsThe enormous nerve circuitry in elephant trucks, and capturing images with light that’s never been near an object.Research Highlight: Oh elephant, what big nerves you have!Research Highlight: Light that never ‘sees’ items takes their picture11:47 Briefing ChatWe discuss some highlights from the Nature Briefing. This time, assessing the effectiveness of smartphone mental health apps, and how saliva helps children assess relationships.Stat: What types of mental health apps actually work? A sweeping new analysis finds the d

Houston We Have a Podcast

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The Body in Space

Tom Cruise asks Victor Glover about what happens to the human body during a long-duration spaceflight. HWHAP Episode 229.

Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine

A window into live brains, and what saliva tells babies about human relationships

On this week’s show: Ethical concerns rise with an increase in open brain research, and how sharing saliva can be a proxy for the closeness of a relationship

Human brains are protected by our hard skulls, but these bony shields also keep researchers out. With brain surgeries and brain implants on the rise, scientists are getting more chances to explore living brains. Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about the ethics of doing research on patients undergoing intense medical procedures, and the kinds of research being done.

Also this week, Ashley Thomas, a postdoctoral researcher in the brain and cognitive science department at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, talks about the meaning behind sharing saliva. Spend any time with a baby lately? Were you in awe—eager to cuddle, kiss, even change a diaper? Or were you slightly horrified by the dr

You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

219 - Irrational Labs - Evelyn Gosnell

In this episode we sit down with expert in behavioral economics Evelyn Gosnell, who is also the managing director of Irrational Labs, an organization that uses social science to help other organizations make big decisions, fight misinformation, and design better products and services.

In a new information ecosystems where our primate brains, which evolved to spread gossip and argue and debate and deliberate and play status games and manage our reparations among trusted peers and signal our attitudes about what we perceive as "us" versus what we perceive as "them," several organizations are helping the places where we gather to do these things create better environments in which to do them.

Evelyn Gosnell is the managing director of one of those organizations, Irrational Labs, and on this show – a podcast about the science of judgment, decision making, bias, and reasoning – she will give us a be


Critical Frequency

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. […]

iNTO THE FRAY RADIO - An Encounter with the Abyss that is the Paranormal

Shannon LeGro

iTF 317: Bigfoot of Sigel, PA

Travis speaks about an active turkey hunting property in Pennsylvania. Vocalizations, tree knocks, and a very close encounter is discussed.Want even more iTF content? Head to Patreon.com and check out the various pledge levels! Besides the interactive live video and bonus audio content? Rewards include...YOUR OWN PRIVATE RSS LINK, (so you can listen to all bonus episodes via your podcatcher) an exclusive Discord channel where we chat everyday, an invite to the secret Facebook group, signed books, and more! If you have a shorter story you'd like to share...call the hotline day or night...1-833-222-9001 If you need more time than the 5 minutes, just call back and pick up where you left off.  Get your iTF STICKERS....HEREWatch Shannon as the host in, On the Trail of UFOs! Free on Amazon If you love Bigfoot... pick up, BEYOND THE FRAY: BIGFOOT. Co-authored with acclaimed and bestselling author, G. Michael HopfGet the Kindle, paperback or audiobo


New Hampshire Public Radio

The “Do-Nothing” Farmer: Part II, The Mountain

Decades before the first international permaculture conference or certified organic tomato, a farmer on an island in southern Japan turned his back on industrial agriculture and devoted his life to finding a different way of farming.Masanobu Fukuoka was working as a plant pathologist when he experienced a revelation – and promptly quit his job and returned home to his family farm. Eventually, he wrote The One-Straw Revolution, a manifesto on his method, shizen noho, and the philosophy of “do-nothing farming.” Published in 1978, the book has been described by writer Michael Pollan as “one of the founding documents of the alternative food movement.” But its reach goes far beyond farming: The One Straw Revolution has been translated into 25 languages and is admired by artists, writers, and philosophers. Fukuoka passed away in 2008, but his grandson, Hiroki Fukuoka, is still living and farming there today. In the second part of the

My Bigfoot Sighting

Vic Cundiff

My Bigfoot Sighting is a straight to the point, no-nonsense podcast where Bigfoot eyewitnesses talk about their Bigfoot sightings. If you listen to our show, you won't hear an interviewer asking guests questions or interrupting them, because all you'll hear on our show is non-stop Bigfoot sightings and encounters.

The Mushroom Hour Podcast

Mushroom Hour

Ep. 107: Lingzhi Girl - Uniting East & West, Nature & Modernity, Death & Immortality (feat. Xiaojing Yan)

Xiaojing Yan is a Canadian artist whose work embraces the combination of her Chinese roots and education at Nanjing Arts Institute (B.F.A., 2000) with higher education at George Brown College in Toronto (2004) and an M.F.A. in sculpture at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2007). Her unique point of view brings together the past and the present, encompasses culture and nature, art and science. Yan is a recipient of numerous awards and grants, including the 2014 Outstanding Young Alumni Award from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Project Grants from the Canadian Council for the Arts, the Chalmers Arts Fellowship, Mid-career Grants from Ontario Arts Council, and many more. Most recently, she has had solo shows at Maison Hermès, Shanghai, China, Art Gallery of Northumberland, Cobourg, ON, Canada, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC, Canada and Suzhou Museum,

BirdNote Daily


Unlikely Duets: Extremes of Bird Sound

This show pairs birds that make sounds on opposite extremes: the highest-pitched bird, the Black Jacobin hummingbird, duets with the Southern Cassowary, one of the lowest-pitched birds. The faint, buzzy song of the Grasshopper Sparrow joins the voice of the White Bellbird, the loudest bird in the world.This show was produced by World According to Sound. BirdNote and World According to Sound are teaming up for an immersive, 70-minute, virtual event about the sounds of birds. Learn more at BirdNote.org.

The Supermassive Podcast

The Royal Astronomical Society

24: Eclipses & Expeditions

Join Dr Becky Smethurst and Dr Robert Massey as they explore eclipses; what are they and how have they been studied throughout history? Plus Izzie Clarke visits the Royal Astronomical Society Library to discover what the society has in the archives, and astronaut Nicole Stott and her husband, Fellow of the RAS, Chris Stott send us their eclipse audio diary from Antarctica.

The RAS Bicentenary Timeline can be found here: https://ras.ac.uk/timeline

The Supermassive Podcast is a Boffin Media production by Izzie Clarke and Richard Hollingham. 

Chemistry For Your Life

Melissa and Jam

Fall Mini 04 - Icebreakers

#119It's time to break some ice.Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.Email us at chemforyourlife@gmail.comAnd check out our chill, simple little website at https://chemforyourlife.transistor.fm/And seriously, we love using Transistor. Check it out to be sure your podcast makes a bang.★ Support this podcast ★


The Thinking Atheist

We Are But Beasts (with Aron Ra)

Aron Ra is an author, educator, and atheist activist. He joins Seth Andrews to talk about pagan Christmas, religious awfulness, and humans' place as "beasts" in the animal kingdom. Shows with Aron are always entertaining, and this one is no exception.

Somewhere in the Skies

Ryan Sprague/ Entertainment One (eOne)

UFOs and High Strangeness at Whiteman AFB with Adrian Reister (USAF)

On episode 249 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by former USAF Nuclear Technician, Adrian Reister. Reister was stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base between 2003 and 2007. During his time at the base, Adrian witnessed glowing orbs in the sky on several occasions, one of which when nuclear weapons were being transported. On a separate occasion, Reister witnessed and chased a ‘shadow person’, which somehow managed to enter the highly guarded base. Due to the culture that may persist within the USAF to this day, such events were not reported to senior officials - meaning the USAF may not be aware of serious security breaches. We'll discuss his experiences in-depth and get his thoughts on these phenomena and the USAF's role in UFO secrecy. Follow Adrian Reister on Twitter at: @AdrianSince84Patreon: www.patreon.com/somewhereskiesWebsite: www.somewhereintheskies.comYouTube Channel: CLICK HEREOfficial Store

Behavior Bitches

Study Notes ABA

Precision Teaching You Will Not Hate

Today on episode 108 we promise that after listening, precision teaching and direct instruction you will not hate! The Bitches bring on a super smart dude, Chris Topham a BCBA who got tired of the grueling cycle of billing insurance for services, so he started his own company called “Celeration Education” #scarybluechart #iykyk. He uses principles of ABA, precision teaching and direct instruction to support academic growth for children of all ages and abilities. We break these concepts down, real, raw and relatable and there are so many “lightbulb moments”. If you are used to the typical line graphs in ABA, this episode will open your eyes to how unstandardized they can be and how the blue chart is the #bomb.com! If you are studying for your exam or a practicing BCBA this episode is gonna rock your world!! Tune in or miss the F out!
Show notes:
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Instagram: @behaviorbitchespodcast

StringCast | استرینگ‌کست

Shahin Javadi Nezhad & Reza Haririan

پایان همه‌چیز

جهان چطور به پایان می‌رسد؟ داستانی از ذره هیگز، تونل‌زنی کوانتومی و فروپاشی جهان منبع: کتاب پایان همه‌چیز – کیتی ماک حامی: اسنپ‌فود ذره هیگز: میدانی که به جهان شکل می‌دهد در چهارم جولای سال ۲۰۱۲، محققین مرکز سرن در نزدیکی برخورددهنده هدرونی بزرگ جمع شده بودند تا نتایج پژوهشی که دانشمندان مدت‌ها در انتظارش […]

Safety Third

Safety Third

Getting Fired From Work- Safety Third #22

guest - Nate From The Internet aka Nate from The King of Random

This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 841: Unmasking immunity

TWiV provides an update on immunity to Omicron, results of a randomized controlled trial of face masks, and a study of correlates of protection against respiratory syncytial virus infection in the upper and lower respiratory tract of nonhuman primates. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, and Amy Rosenfeld Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Omicron escape from serum antibodies (pdf) Pfizer/BioNTech update on Omicron (Pfizer) Randomized trial of masking for COVID-19 (Science) Upper and lower respiratory tract correlates of protection for RS virus (Cell Host Micr) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Cities at Night Amy – I’m an E.R. Doctor in Michigan, Where Unvaccinated People Are Filling Hospital Beds Rich – International Dark Sky Association Vincent – SARS-CoV-2 variants Listener Picks Keith – Ventusky Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees

The Michael Shermer Show

Michael Shermer

243. Sally Satel on Addiction, the Opioid Crisis, Deaths of Despair, and How Psychiatry Has Gone Woke

Shermer and Satel discuss: how political correctness has corrupted medicine; how wokeness and social justice activism has corrupted psychiatry; what is social justice and who is really practicing it?; medical models of mental illness and addiction and why mental illness is so hard to treat; addictions to porn and social media; why some people are able to break free from their addictions while others are not; organ transplant markets, and more… Dr. Sally Satel is a visiting professor of psychiatry at Columbia University’s Vagelos College of Physicians & Surgeons, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a lecturer at Yale University School of Medicine, and a practicing psychiatrist. She holds an MD from Brown University and completed her residency in psychiatry at Yale University. Satel is the author of PC, MD: How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine, Br

Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 192 Nina Kraus talks about Sound and the Brain

This month's episode of Brain Science is an interview with Nina Kraus, author of "Of Sound Mind: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World." Dr. Kraus has spent 30 years exploring how the brain processes sound. We explore why sound processing involves much more that just the auditory cortex as well how the sounds we experience change our brains, both for better and for worse. Links and References: Of Sound Mind: How Our Brain Constructs a Meaningful Sonic World by Nina Kraus Nina Kraus, PhD, Northwestern University BrainVolts website Please visit http://brainsciencepodcast.com for additional references and episode transcripts.   Please Visit Our Sponsors: TextExpander at textexpander.com/podcast Announcements: Please visit brainsciencepodcast.com and let me know what you think of the updated website. Get free gift "5 Things You Need to Know about YOUR Brain when you sign up for the free Brain S

How to Save the Planet

Friends of the Earth

How 17,000 people took Shell to court - and won

This summer, in a ground-breaking ruling, a Dutch court ordered Shell to reduce its emissions. This is the first time a company has been made to take action to prevent climate breakdown.  The case was brought by Friends of the Earth Netherlands, alongside 17,000 co-plaintiffs and other organisations.In this episode Fran and Finn speak to Nine de Pater, from Friends of the Earth Netherlands, to hear more about the case and how these changes can have a wide impact on our planet. This is the last episode in the current season, How to Save the Planet podcast will be taking a break until the new year. Thanks for listening! Support the show (https://act.friendsoftheearth.uk/donate/make-a-donation?_ga=2.1735858.2055361964.1579523061-622360301.1536752803)

Physician Assistant Exam Review

Brian Wallace PA-C

S2 E090 Metabolic Disorders and a new format

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Diet Doctor Podcast


Empowering people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

The Couples Therapist Couch

Shane Birkel

164: Healing the Trauma from Supremacy Culture with Shirani Pathak

The reality of supremacy culture and generational trauma continue to show up in our lives in a big way. People often struggle with perfectionism, imposter syndrome, and issues in their relationships and they don't understand why. Shirani Pathak talks about these topics in the episode today. She has a podcast called Fierce Authenticity and a book of the same name.  You can find out more about her and explore her podcast and her blog at shiranipathak.com. The Couples Therapist Couch is the podcast for Couples Therapists about the practice of couples therapy. The host, Shane Birkel, interviews an expert in the field of couples therapy each week. Please subscribe to the podcast for more great episodes. This episode is sponsored by Clearly Clinical Continuing Ed.  Clearly Clinical is the nation's premier podcast Continuing Ed provider, and features industry experts from across the world.  Clearly Clinical is an ap

Psychedelics Today

Psychedelics Today

PT286 - Joe Tafur, MD - Vital Psychedelic Conversations

In this episode of the podcast, Kyle interviews Joe Tafur, MD, in the first episode of a new series featuring teachers from Vital, our new 12-month certificate program. Tafur discusses Indigenous wisdom and the transpersonal. www.psychedelicstoday.com

The MCAT Podcast

Ryan Gray

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. […]

Thinking Allowed

BBC Radio 4

Why Sociology Matters

Laurie Taylor explores the meaning and purpose of public sociology with Michael Burawoy, Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley and author of a new book which describes his own contribution to reshaping the theory and practice of sociology across the Western world. He argues that social scientists should engage with the world they inhabit, rather than refusing to take positions on the most pressing issues of the twenty-first century. They're joined by Celine-Marie Pascale, Professor of Sociology at the American University, Washington, whose research advocates for, as well as describes, the daily lives of people in communities marked by poverty, racism, violence and misogyny. From Appalachia to the Standing Rock and Wind River Reservations and Oakland, California, she spoke to the self described 'struggling class'. She suggests that their stories can't be reduced to individual experience but illustrate a nation's deep economi

Here We Are

Shane Mauss, Starburns Audio

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. […]

Mushroom Revival Podcast

Alex Dorr and Lera Niemackl

How Fungi & Bacteria Interact

Fungi have a microbiome. Bacteria live in and on fungi, and their presence has been shown to be impressively influential on the ecology as a whole. Their co-evolution has shaped the trophs, genetics, metabolisms, vitality and more within these two kingdoms of life. Be prepared to reimagine fungal vigor and success as a communal effort. Today we welcome the eloquent and brilliant Dr. Jessie Uehling from Oregon State who has been pioneering much of the research in the field. Topics Covered:The primary ways fungi and bacteria interactCo-evolution of bacteria and fungi The implications of fungal-bacterial interactions with human life and ecosystem health Brief discussion on fungal-fungal interactionsDiversity of fungal-bacterial interactionsMechanism of hyphal invasionAntibiotics and their effects on endosymbionts Fungal mating and how endosymbiotic impact reproductionHow these relationships are studied in the labShow Notes:Dr. Jessie Uehling&ap

The Micah Hanks Program

Micah Hanks

The Uncanny Reality of John Keel | MHP 12.13.21.

In 1966, as UFO sightings were occurring across the United States, one man became determined to solve the riddle of these mysterious aerial objects... and in doing so, found his way into the heart of one of the most curious episodes in modern American folklore.  This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we look at the adventurous life of Fortean researcher John A. Keel. From his pursuit of answers to the UFO mystery to his research into claims of a "Mothman" seen by West Virginia residents in the 1960s, we examine how his experiences shaped his unconventional theories about UFOs and the unexplained. The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Enjoy The Micah Hanks Program? Check out Micah's other podcasts here.  Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorshi

Science Weekly

The Guardian

Are western lifestyles causing a rise in autoimmune diseases?

Could the food we eat and the air we breathe be damaging our immune systems? The number of people with autoimmune diseases, from rheumatoid arthritis to type 1 diabetes, began to increase around 40 years ago in the west. Now, some are also emerging in countries that had never seen the diseases before. Ian Sample speaks to genetic scientist and consultant gastroenterologist James Lee about how this points to what western lifestyles might be doing to our health, and how genetics could reveal exactly how our immune systems are malfunctioning. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/sciencepod

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Matt Cicoria

Towards Trauma-Informed Applications of Behavior Analysis: Inside JABA Series #10

In the 10th (tenth!!!) installment of the Inside JABA Series, Dr. Linda LeBlanc and I are joined by Drs. Jenn Austin and Dithu Rajaraman to discuss the paper they co-authored with Drs. Holly Gover, Tony Cammilleri, David Donnelly, and Greg Hanley. The paper is titled, Towards Trauma-Informed Applications of Behavior Analysis, and you can find it in the latest issue of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. If you haven't seen the paper yet, check out the abstract below: Despite a growing acknowledgement of the importance of understanding the impacts of trauma on therapeutic approaches across human service disciplines, discussions of trauma have been relatively infrequent in the behavior analytic literature. In this paper, we delineate some of the barriers to discussing and investigating trauma in applied behavior analysis (ABA) and describe how the core commitments of trauma-informed care c

Evidence and Argument in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Meredith Harold, PhD, CCC-SLP & Ianessa Humbert, PhD, CCC-SLP

A podcast about science, clinical practice, and ethics in speech–language pathology and audiology.

TED Climate


How to realistically decarbonize the oil and gas industry | Bjørn Otto Sverdrup

Bjørn Otto Sverdrup leads the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI), which gathers the CEOs of twelve of the world's largest oil and gas companies around an ambitious goal: to get one of the sectors contributing most to climate change to drastically lower their own carbon emissions. He describes a possible path for the industry to pivot to net-zero operations, reimagining the role it could play in helping decarbonize the economy and changing how we consume energy -- and he calls for setting a price on carbon. (Followed by a Q&A with Countdown cofounder Lindsay Levin)

Quanta Science Podcast

Quanta Magazine

One Lab’s Quest to Build Space-Time Out of Quantum Particles

For over two decades, physicists have pondered how the fabric of space-time may emerge from some kind of quantum entanglement. In Monika Schleier-Smith’s lab at Stanford University, the thought experiment is becoming real. The post One Lab’s Quest to Build Space-Time Out of Quantum Particles first appeared on Quanta Magazine

Data Skeptic

Kyle Polich

Matrix Profiles in Stumpy

Sean Law, Principle Data Scientist, R&D at a Fortune 500 Company, comes on to talk about his creation of the STUMPY Python Library. Sponsored by Hello Fresh and mParticle: Go to Hellofresh.com/dataskeptic16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Visit mparticle.com to learn how teams at Postmates, NBCUniversal, Spotify, and Airbnb use mParticle’s customer data infrastructure to accelerate their customer data strategies.

The Curious Cases of Rutherford & Fry

BBC Radio 4

Welcome to Think with Pinker

Steven Pinker tells us all about his series from Radio 4, with special guest Hannah Fry! Listen to Think with Pinker on BBC Sounds.

Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

John Kempf

Episode #76: Tim Parton

Tim Parton is a regenerative agriculture advocate and Farm Manager at Brewood Park Farm in the United Kingdom. Tim has been implementing regenerative practices on his 300-hectare estate for over 15 years. He has received several accolades for his work, such as being named the Arable Innovator of the Year by British Farming Awards and receiving the Farm Innovator of the Year award from Farmers Weekly. Throughout their conversation, Tim and John discuss: Tim’s background and retreat from intensive pesticide use.  How balancing plant nutrition helped Tim cultivate canola seedlings that are resistant to flea beetles. Tim’s experience with Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (or BYDV) and how he manages aphids in an ecological system. Foliar application systems and their economic impacts. Increases in commodity fertilizer prices and what this means for the financial viability of regenerative agriculture. How Tim has managed to not apply any NPK fertilizers for more

Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant

PBS Nature

Journey deep into the heart of the world’s most remote jungles, savannas, tundras, mountains, and deserts with wildlife biologist Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant as she studies wild animals in their natural habitats. Rae and her teams spend years studying these animals – in order to protect their futures. Going Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant takes you inside their hidden worlds – and the action-packed, suspense-filled adventures of the wildlife conservationists who track them. Hear what it takes to find and save some of the world’s most intriguing and endangered creatures.  Explore more at www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/podcasts/going-wild/

The Premed Years

Ryan Gray

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 in 5

WHO - World Health Organization

COVID-19: Why are experts concerned about Omicron?

If Omicron is less severe, why are people ending up in the hospital and dying from it? Is it true that everyone will eventually get Omicron? Why is it important to reduce transmission? WHO's Dr Maria Van Kerkhove explains in Science in 5. 

60-Second Science

Scientific American

Tiger Sharks, Tracked Over Decades, Are Shifting Their Haunts With Ocean Warming

Using a combination of fishing data and satellite tracking, scientists found that the sharks have shifted their range some 250 miles poleward over the last 40 years. 

ABA Inside Track

Robert Parry-Cruwys

Episode 191 - (LIVE) Behavioral Cusps

LIVE from the Inside Track Studio! It’s behavioral cusps! Starring: socially valid behavior targets for change, access to more reinforcement than ever before, and beneficial responding for all. Featuring: butterfly and tree metaphors, descriptions of the Christmas gifts we haven’t wrapped yet, and herbal tea. Now in color! Originally recorded live for our patrons, here's the full audio recording. Sad you missed the event itself? Audio alone just not gonna cut it? Well, subscribe on Patreon at the $5 and up level for access to the full video of the recording PLUS a free CE for this episode. This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Rosales-Ruiz, J. & Baer, D.M. (1997). Behavioral cusps: A developmental and pragmatic concept for behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 533-544. doi: 10.1901/jaba.1997.30-533 Bosch, S. & Fuqua, R.W. (2001). Behavioral cusps: A model for selecting t

UFO Chronicles Podcast

Nik Hunter

Ep.40 RAF Bentwaters Maj.Lori Rehfeldt (Throwback Thursdays)

(Re-upload)For the next few weeks I will be doing a Throwback Tuesdays/Thursdays where I re-release old episodes from the archives. So don't worry if you have heard it already as a 'New episodes' will continue to come out on Sundays. The idea is to get some of the old episodes heard as they have very little downloads from the first season, compared to newer episodes.~~~Our First witness is Eric from Ohio to share his childhood encounter back in 1977 witnessed by his Father, Mother, and Sister, along with what he later found out was several others in his County. Then we have Maj. Lori Rehfeldt a rarely heard female military UFO witness, stationed at the nuclear-armed USAF facility at RAF Bentwaters in Suffolk in the United Kingdom. Lori's encounter happened in February 1980 and is very much a precursor to the events that followed the same year that is famously known as The Rendlesham Forest Incident. Podcast web

Astronomy Cast

Fraser Cain and Dr. Pamela Gay

Ep. 622: Rockier Moons & Giant Asteroids

Astronomy Cast Ep. 622: Rockier Moons & Giant Asteroids by Fraser Cain & Dr. Pamela Gay So a rock is a rock is a rock. Right? Across the solar system there are giant rocky asteroids and even “gianter” rocky moons. What is the difference between these two families of objects and where do they come from?

That UFO Podcast

That UFO Podcast

184: Special announcement - Anomalous Podcast Network

**Please check out the content by searching on your chosen podcast platform for 'Anomalous Podcast Network' **

Andy gives a short introduction to the network, why it's been created & the shows you will be able to listen to at launch, including;

Unidentified Aerial Podcast, with Dave Partridge & Graeme Rendall (every other Tuesday)
Disclosure Team pod with Vinnie Adams (every Thursday)
Quantum Wytch Cafe with Pricilla Stone (every Saturday)
Colouring Outside The Lines with Dan Zetterstrom (Coming end January)

Follow the network @AnomalousPodNet

Check out the shows on their home youtube channels here;

Quantum Wytch Cafe - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV4lL0PNaBCKZv6k-g2FTQw/featured

Disclosure Team - https://www.youtube.com/c/DisclosureTeamVinnie

This podcast is produced by the Anomalous Podcast Network, in associat

MCAT Basics (from MedSchoolCoach)


Alex Starks details MCAT exam topics. Each podcast covers several MCAT sections with lessons based on review material put out by the AAMC, such as practice tests and question banks. Sam also interviews MCAT tutors and experts who share tips on how premed students can raise their score to get into medical school.

Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine


Contraception: When Do We Start Them? - Frankly Speaking Ep 252

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-252   Overview: For patients who would like to prevent pregnancy, many options—both hormonal and nonhormonal—exist. Despite the availability of multiple options, many patients do not use them because of either a lack of knowledge or a lack of access, the latter being especially true in uninsured and non−English-speaking communities. Research has shown over the years that while unintended pregnancies have decreased in the United States, more can be done, and primary care providers can play an important role in helping to further decrease and eliminate barriers to contraception.   Episode resource links: Lesnewski, R. (2021). Initiating Hormonal Contraception. American Family Physician, 103(5), 291-300. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC   Music Cred

Say Why To Drugs

Suzi Gage

Talking with your family about drugs - Live at Latitude 2021

A live episode! In front of a lovely crowd at the awesome Latitude Festival, back in July 2021. Suzi Gage headed to Suffolk and was joined by previous SWTD guest Fiona Spargo-Mabbs. Their discussion covered all aspects of how to talk with your family about drugs - what age should discussions happen? How do teens want these conversations to happen? How honest should parents be about their experience, or lack of it, with drugs?Fiona Spargo-Mabbs is the founder of the DSM Foundation, and has recently published a fantastic and powerful book called I Wish I'd Known, about her son Dan's death after taking MDMA, and all the things she wishes she - and Dan - had been aware of, in terms of evidence-based information about substances, why teenagers behave the ways that they do, along with advice about how to navigate conversations.https://www.dsmfoundation.org.uk/more-information-for-parents/i-wish-id-known-fionas-book/And h

بودكاست علمي جدا

Kerning Cultures Network

ايه يا نجم

وصلنا معا إلى آخر حلقة من الموسم الأول. المحطة الأخيرة: النجوم. 

البودكاست ده من إعداد وتقديم أحمد سمير، تدقيق حقائق تدقيق حقائق تمارا جبوري و دينا صبري، إشراف تحريري هبة عفيفي، التأليف الموسيقي والتصميم الصوتي لمحمد خريزات و بول ألوف. تصميم جرافيكي أحمد منصور. ناس لطيفة والله.

بودكاست علمي جدا من إنتاج شبكة كيرنينج كلتشرز. 

يمكنكم دعم هذا البرنامج عبر patreon.com/kerningcultures بمبلغ يبدأ من دولارين في الشهر. 

شاركونا آراءكم حول بودكاست علمي جدا من خلال ملء هذه الاستمارة: https://bit.ly/3mTnLtU

The Climate Question

BBC World Service

What can we learn from the fight to fix the ozone hole?

In 1985 British scientist Jonathan Shanklin and colleagues published a study that shocked the world. The study revealed a hole in the Earth’s atmosphere right over Antarctica. It had been caused over time by chemicals known as CFCs, used in things like fridges, air conditioning units and aerosol cans. These were destroying the layer of ozone in the stratosphere which protects us from most of the sun's ultraviolet radiation - without it, cases of skin cancer would soar. Less than two years after the discovery, world leaders signed an agreement called the Montreal Protocol, committing to phase out CFCs. It has been described as the most successful international treaty of all time - every UN country has signed up, and ozone is expected to return to its previous levels around the middle of the century.

So what can we learn from how we tackled the ozone hole in how we address climate change?


A Sustainable Mind - environment & sustainability podcast

Marjorie Alexander

084: Sustainable Filmmaking & Production with Emellie O’Brien of Earth Angel Sets

Since Emellie O’Brien's first days in production, she knew there was a way for the role of sustainability on-set to go beyond basic waste management and recycling. She got her start at the NYU Tisch Film program and not long after graduation she landed her first job as a “Green Steward” with Big Beach Films in 2011. Her early years of dedication to green practices and passion for the environment on-set is what earned her the nickname “Earth Angel” from fellow crew members over the walkie, and to this day is still what production colleagues call her whenever she is on set. By 2013 EOB founded Earth Angel and turned it into a scalable model that has since inspired the entertainment industry and significantly reduced its environmental impact. Earth Angel has helped films and series avoid 8,500 metric tons of greenhouse gases, divert over 4,800 tons of waste, and donate over 125,000 meals to th

Sasquatch Odyssey

Sasquatch Odyssey-Bigfoot Encounter Stories

SO EP:99 Bigfoot Story Time Vol.5

Here is a little mid-week bonus story time. I hope you guys enjoy! Please rate and review the show, and make sure to click subscribe or follow. https://www.patreon.com/sasquatchodysseyhttps://linktr.ee/SasquatchOdyssey

How To Do Everything


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 Social Work Podcast

Jonathan B. Singer, Ph.D., LCSW

Ep. 1: DSM Diagnosis for Social Workers

Episode 1: This is the first part of a two-part lecture on diagnosis and assessment. The Bio-psychosocial-spiritual (BPSS) assessment and the DSM diagnosis are the two most common types of assessments made by social workers. In this lecture, I briefly review the history of DSM diagnosis, from the creation of the first ICD in 1900 to the most recent text revision of the DSM-IV in 2000. I discuss the multiaxial system and provide examples. I transition from DSM diagnosis to the BPSS assessment by discussing the similarities and differences between the two assessments.

The 365 Days of Astronomy


Weekly Space Hangout - Flashes of Creation by Dr. Paul Halpern: George Gamow, Fred Hoyle, & the Great Big Bang Debate

https://youtu.be/qhLr7RlLVQs [Editor Rich: I’m sorry about the many, many audio dropouts in the feed today. We’ll look into the cause and try to address the problem. Thank you for understanding!] Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: This week we welcome Dr. Paul Halpern, professor of physics at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. His new book, "Flashes of Creation: George Gamow, Fred Hoyle, and the Great Big Bang Debate" brings to life one of the greatest clashes of ideas in the history of science.   Dr. Paul Halpern is a professor of physics at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and the author of seventeen popular science books, including The Quantum Labyrinth, Einstein’s Dice and Schrödinger’s Cat, and Synchronicity. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and is a Fellow of the American Physical Society. H

The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss

The Origins Project

Tim Minchin Discussing Science, Culture, & Comedy

Tune in for an excellent conversation between Tim Minchin and Lawrence Krauss. They dive into a variety of interesting subjects, such as Tim Minchin's upbringing, his scientific interests, comedy, culture, the state of the world, and even a few of Tim Minchin's current projects that is he working on now.

Your Great Lakes Forecast

Emily Wahls

A quick overview of your daily weather forecast for the Great Lakes states with Meteorologist Emily Wahls.

Raised by Wolves: The Podcast

HBO Max and iHeartPodcasts

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. […]

Where Is My Mind?

Mark Gober and Blue Duck Media

Ep. 8: Revolution

"It's time for us to wake up."
Featuring host Mark Gober’s interviews with Dr. Eben Alexander, Dr. Larry Dossey, Brenda Dunne, Dr. Donald Hoffman, Dr. Ed Kelly, Dr. Bernardo Kastrup, Dr. Brian Josephson, Rupert Spira, Dr. Roger Nelson, Dr. Eztel Cardeña, Dr. Jeff Kripal, Dr. Jude Currivan, Dr. Alan Hugenot, Barbara Bartolome, Laura Powers, and Dr. Jan Holden. 
Listen to all of Mark’s interviews here: https://markgober.com/podcast/
Dr. Cardeña's paper on telepathy, remote viewing, precognition, and psychokinesis (American Psychologist journal, 2018): https://psycnet.apa.org/buy/2018-24699-001   
Federico Faggin paper on artificial intelligence and consciousness (2018)  http://marconisociety.org/the-fundamental-differences-between-artificial-and-human-intelligence/
Dr. Dean Radin's double slit quantum physics studies:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRSBaq3vAeY and http://deanradin.com/evidence/RadinPhysicsEssays2013.p

The Brain Health Revolution Podcast

Team Sherzai M.D.

Thriving Plant-Based Athletes | Robert Cheeke

Dear friends, we're thrilled to be back after a long pause, and bring you another episode of the Brain Health Revolution Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the revolution we have been experiencing in the world of athletics as many of the top athletes are moving towards a plant predominant or a healthy vegan lifestyle, and in the process, changing the world of sports and athletics. Our guest is Robert Cheeke, who is an athlete, best selling author and all around amazing human. Robert grew up on a farm in Corvallis, Oregon where he adopted a vegan lifestyle in 1995 at age 15, weighing just 120 pounds. Today he is the author of the books, Vegan Bodybuilding & Fitness, Shred It!, Plant-Based Muscle, and the New York Times Bestseller, The Plant-Based Athlete. He is often referred to as the “Godfather of Vegan Bodybuilding,” growing the industry from infancy in 2002, to where it is today. As a two-time natural bodybuilding champion, 

The Orthobullets Podcast


Shoulder & Elbow | Lateral Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (PLRI)

In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Lateral Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury (PLRI) from the Shoulder & Elbow section.
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The Science of Birds

Ivan Phillipsen

Awesome Things We Learned About Birds in 2021

2021 is over, yo! So it's time for the Annual Review Episode! We’ll be looking back at some highlights of bird science in the year 2021. What fascinating things did ornithologists and other biologists discover about birds this year?I’ve picked 5 studies to highlight for you. These are stories that, in most cases, were interesting enough to make the news.~~ Leave me a review using Podchaser ~~Links of InterestVIDEO: A snoozing fox meets a plucky little black-crested titmouseVIDEO: Tapaculos Hunt for TrufflesReferencesBird neurocranial and body mass evolution across the end-Cretaceous mass extinction: The avian brain shape left other dinosaurs behindShape-shifting: changing animal morphologies as a response to climatic warmingFacultative Parthenogenesis in California CondorsLifetime reproductive benefits of cooperative polygamy vary for males and females in the acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus)Global abundance estimat

This Week in Microbiology

Vincent Racaniello

255: Fleaing The Plague

TWiM reveals a study showing that positive interactions among bacteria are far more common than previously thought, and how acquisition of a single gene enabled Yersinia pestis to expand the range of mammalian hosts that sustain flea-borne plague. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Elio Schaechter, Michele Swanson, and Michael Schmidt Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Android, RSS, or by email. Become a Patron of TWiM! Links for this episode: Positive interactions are common among bacteria (Sci Adv) Expansion of mammal hosts for flea-borne plague (PLoS Path) Hurling fleas (TWiM #80) Music used on TWiM is composed and performed by Ronald Jenkees and used with permission. Send your microbiology questions and comments to twim@microbe.tv

Bigfoot and Beyond with Cliff and Bobo

Bigfoot and Beyond LLC

Ep. 142 - Q&A - January, 2022

Cliff Barackman and James "Bobo" Fay answer your questions in this new Q&A episode! If you would like to submit a question for a future Q&A episode, click here: https://www.bigfootandbeyondpodcast.com/contact
Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

NASW Social Work Talks

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

EP78: Co-dependency and Love Addiction

Sherry Gaba, LCSW, speaks with us about co-dependency, love addiction, and toxic relationships.​ Gaba is a psychotherapist, life coach, and certified recovery coach based in California. She is author of "The Law of Sobriety" and "The Marriage and Relationship Junkie," and host of The Love Fix podcast. Visit the show notes for resources. If you liked this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!

Universe Today podcasts with Fraser Cain

Universe Today

Episode 769: NASA's Astrobiology Vision with Mary Voytek

My guest today is Dr. Mary Voytek, the director of NASA's Astrobiology Program since 2008. Dr. Voytek and others from NASA are proposing a new 7-step framework on how they could report on the discovery of life beyond Earth. We'll discuss this new framework as well as the latest challenges in the search for life across the Universe.
RSS: https://universetoday.com/audio
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Read by 50,000 people every Friday. Written by Fraser. No ads.
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This Week in Cardiology


Nov 19, 2021 This Week in Cardiology Podcast

In AHA 2021 Part 1, John Mandrola, MD, reports on selected sessions from the virtual American Heart Association meeting. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I - AVATAR - Early SAVR Tops Watchful Waiting in Severe, Asymptomatic Aortic Stenosis: AVATAR https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/962904 - Aortic Valve ReplAcemenT versus Conservative Treatment in Asymptomatic SeveRe Aortic Stenosis: The AVATAR Trial https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.121.057639 - Early Surgery or Conservative Care for Asymptomatic Aortic Stenosis https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1912846 II - TCV Repair - Concomitant Tricuspid-Mitral Surgery Beneficial but With a Tradeoff https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/962899 - Concomitant Tricuspid Repair in Patients with Degenerative Mitral Regurgitation https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2115961 III - PALACS - Procedure Reduces Posto

UnBuild It Podcast

Unbuild It Podcast

THE GOOD news: our homebuilding industry is jam-packed with new materials, new techniques, new systems, and it’s so easy to get information online, in an instant. THE BAD news: How do we know what we can trust; what will work and under what conditions? Where do we turn to separate out the spin-and-hype from the true-and-square? We’ve got you covered! The UnBuild It Podcast is an industry leading opportunity to get good information. UnBuild It podcast is a three member team – Peter Yost; Building Scientist, Jake Bruton; Builder and Remodeler, and Steven Baczek; Architect. We are nationally recognized industry leaders: Jake as a homebuilder; Steve as an architect, and Peter as a building scientist. You can find us at leading homebuilding industry events, in top-notch publications, and online media outlets.We believe that solid industry-related information has four key ingredients;RELEVANCE: You need insight on your job site. Jake, Steve, and Peter are in the field on a regular basis doing what we all strive to do. We walk thewalk – then talk about the walk. The three of us have been working togetherlong enough to build on each other’s expertise, but also not take ourselvestoo seriously. We are among the best at taking what may seem like complicated concepts, breaking them down, and turning them into job site ready breakthroughs.ACCURACY: Jake is often quoted as saying “Trust but Validate.” We don’t ask you to be the bleeding, leading edge; we develop trusted solutions based on our own work in the field, pushing each other to practice what we preach. Our accuracy comes out of triangulation: building, design, performance.UTILITY: We guarantee that each podcast episode will have you moving from all ears to all action. Our information is born from our own work. We pride ourselves on delivering information you can use the same day you make it through an episode. CAMARADERIE: We work together because we love homebuilding, hitting the airwaves, and humor. If you are not having fun learning with us during eachepisode, we are not doing our job.

Science + God with Dr. G


Journey #89 - AWE: Your Emotional Connection to Creation & Creator

You are capable of feeling many different emotions. But most of them connect you just to the everyday, natural world. On this journey, Dr. G explores AWE, the one emotion that connects you to an otherworldly realm. What does science and the Bible tell us about this unique and powerful emotion? Why does it matter to you, right here and right now? Let the adventure begin!
Dr. G wants to hear from you! So join the conversation with him and your fellow travelers now on his FACEBOOK PAGE
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American Birding Podcast

American Birding Association

06-01: 2022 Bird of the Year Artist Christina Baal

Last month the ABA officially announced the 2022 ABA Bird of the Year, which is Burrowing Owl! The excitement over the owl is, no doubt, helped along by the exceptional artwork of our Bird of the Year artist, Christina Baal, whose colorful and personable style seems to fit this species like an owl nestled in a subterranean PVC pipe. She’s with host Nate Swick to talk about Burrowing Owls, inspiration, and art. Plus, send us your Burrowing Owl stories, like the one Nate shares this week.  This episode is brought to you by Buteo Books.  Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts, and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!

Breaking Math Podcast

Breaking Math Podcast

Rerun of P1: Peano Addition

On this problem episode, join Sofía and guest Diane Baca to learn about what an early attempt to formalize the natural numbers has to say about whether or not m+n equals n+m.

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The Pulse


Unusual Pets

Americans love their pets — as many as seven out of 10 households are home to cats, dogs, birds… or more unusual animal choices. What defines a pet in the first place? Plenty of people are pushing the boundaries of the kinds of animals we usually think of as pets, blurring the lines between wild and domestic, livestock and companion, pets and pests. On this episode, we look at unusual pets and why people love and keep them — while others find them objectionable.
We hear stories about ferrets and why they’re banned in some parts of the country, how one woman befriended a wild fox, and the chicken that helped a widow cope with her grief.
Also heard on this week’s episode:

We talk with James Serpell, an animal behavior researcher and professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania, about his neurotic parrot, treasure-hunting rat, and what defines a pet. Serpell has written “In the Company of Animals: A Study of Human-Anim

Paranormal Portal

Brent Thomas

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. […]

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary


Intriguing Carbon Signatures Discovered on Mars

Listen to SpaceTime on your favorite podcast app with our universal listen link: https://link.chtbl.com/spacetime The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 10*Intriguing carbon signatures discovered on MarsScientists have discovered an isotope of carbon on Mars that’s usually only associated with biological processes on Earth.*Star production linked to stellar compositionA new study shows that the composition of stars affects how well they seed the universe with material for future stellar generations.*New study sheds light on origins of life on EarthScientists have discovered metal-binding protein core structures that appear to be common to all life on Earth and may have played a significant role in the origins of life in the first place.*The Science ReportThe Tonga volcanic eruption was the worst in 30 years.More evidence that a third booster shot provides additional protection aga

The Grave Talks | Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural

Ghost Stores, Haunted, Paranormal & Supernatural Stories

From Hell to High Water | A Conversation With Jerry Paulley

How can ghost stories be an escape from a very dark world?

Sometimes light can come from the dark. Sometimes if we just give ourselves, our souls some help from others who care about us, we can get through even the most trying of hours. Jerry Paulley, is one such individual who has been to hell and has found high water. As host of the podcast Hillbilly Horror stories, Jerry is now able to share his life experiences with others in hopes of helping them through dark times while injecting stories of the supernatural. Today we talk with Jerry about his life’s journey as outlined in his new book From Hell to High Water.

PART 2 - AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY - LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss:

What did Jerry do to help pull himself out of a very dark place in his life?

How did Jerry

Mind & Life

Mind & Life Institute

Zenju Earthlyn Manuel - Identity as Path

In this episode, Wendy speaks with author, Zen priest and Buddhist teacher, Zenju Earthlyn Manuel. Zenju's work highlights how the various facets of our identity can become "fertilizer" for growth on the path of spiritual and personal development. This conversation covers many topics, including:

growing up in the Christian church, and the questions it raised for her;

her unusual path into Buddhism;

how to work with your identity while moving beyond the self;

the truth of interdependence and cause & effect;

two truths (relative vs. absolute) in relation to identity;

bringing together spirituality and social justice;

the central importance of embodiment;

integration with nature;

how contemplative science should proceed;

and the dance between delusion and enlightenment.

Full show notes and resources


Randall Carlson

Episode #077: Slaying of Taurus the Bull - Mithras / Mayan Symbology

We look at various definitions, following the etymology of "temperance" - the 14th trump of the Tarot deck, and the card's symbols encoding the great cycles of cosmic destruction. RC dives into the "Tauroctony" and the many clues that are presented with Mithras slaying Taurus. He also previews upcoming episodes on “Ekpyrosis” that tell the stories of the simultaneous worst urban and worst forest fires in US history, back in October of 1871.  Kosmographia Ep077 The Randall Carlson Podcast with Brothers of the Serpent – Kyle and Russ, Normal Guy Mike, and GeocosmicREX admin Bradley, from 12/13/21.   LINKS:  Announcements about events, tours and more: http://randallcarlson.com/newsletter  (Monthly) Contact at the Clark Fork June '22 http://contactatthecabin.com/montana-with-Randall-Carlson  Full listing of scientific papers about the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis: https://cosmictusk.com C

The Numberphile Podcast

Brady Haran

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. […]

Space Nuts


Comet Mystery - Solved

Astronomy, Science, Space, and Stuff.Space Nuts Episode 285 with Professor Fred Watson & Andrew Dunkley •Mystery solved – Why do comets have green heads but not green tails? Fred explains…•Confirmation – a magnetic field been detected on an exo planet for the first time.•Woodsat – just what is it?•Listener questions: Cryostasis – will it ever be possible for Space Travel? And is gravitomagnetism a possible alternative theory for dark matter? Fred has the answers.NEW: The Space Nuts Premium edition is now available on Spotify for our Supercast subscribers (sorry, Patreon isn’t there yet…fingers crossed). To access the premium feed, just log in to your Spotify account and do a search. Use your current subscriber details to unlock the premium content. If you’d like to become a subscriber, just visit https://spacenuts.supercast.tech and sign up. You even get a 30-day free trial to see if it’s right for you. Nothing to lose.Premium Editions also now availa


Brian Dunning

Eclipsed podcast preview

Sometimes the most interesting stories from history aren’t the ones we expect, it’s the stories that got lost. Eclipsed is a new weekly narrative history show from Campside Media. Hosted by writer Bijan Stephen, each episode of Eclipsed features a story hidden in the shadows of a major historical event. Lakes disappear, sailors cry, and pop stars go into battle on this season of Eclipsed.

Science In Action

BBC World Service

Have we got it wrong on Omicron?

Studies using swabs from coronavirus patients seem to contradict earlier findings from cell cultures which showed Omicon replicated faster than earlier variants. As Benjamin Meyer from the centre for Vaccinology at the University of Geneva, explains there may be other reasons why omicron is spreading faster not just how quickly it reproduces.

Predicting how the pandemic will develop is not possible, however predicting what individual mutations in the virus may develop and the impact they might have individually and collectively is getting closer,
Cyrus Maher and Amalio Telenti of the biotech company Vir, have developed a way to model potential future viral mutations which they hope will now be used by many scientists worldwide looking to understand the virus.

There are concerns that other viruses may be on the rise, bird flu in particular, which as Nicola Lewis of the Royal Veterinary College explains is now spre

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Nate Hagens

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens explores money, energy, economy, and the environment with world experts and leaders to understand how everything fits together, and where we go from here.

Collective Insights

Neurohacker Collective

HomeGrownHumans – Christopher Bache – Psychedelics - Hosted by Jamie Wheal

Christopher Bache shares his courageous and outrageous thought experiments and lived experience with therapeutic psychedelics and his inquiry into the mystical. He brings his interdisciplinary set of frameworks ranging from comparative religion to transpersonal psychology, to his own lived experience of what were the types and classifications and categories of experiences he had. Full episode transcript can be viewed here: https://neurohacker.com/exploring-psychedelics-and-the-mystical-an-interview-with-christopher-bache

Pimped: Ob/Gyn

Jennifer Doorey, MD, MS

Email podcast@pimpedmed.com or tweet @pimpedmed with comments, questions, and episode ideas. Pimped-Ob/Gyn is a podcast aimed at medical, PA, and NP students who are entering their clinical rotation in Ob/Gyn.  It covers topics including Your Ob/Gyn Survival Guide-Tips and Tricks, Labor and Delivery, Vaginal deliveries, C-sections, Hysterectomies and more.   Each podcast walks you through a portion of what you’ll experience during your clinical rotations, gives you tips for excelling, preps you for the Pimping that’ll occur and sets you up to overall Honor the rotation!

Mastermind Discussions Podcast

Matthew LaCroix

Return of the Golden Age of Civilization - Matt LaCroix, Chris Mathieu - Mastermind Discussions #14

-The Stage of Time: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1530686083/ref=sr_1_2?qid=1561756040&refinements=p_27%3AMatthew+LaCroix&s=books&sr=1-2&text=Matthew+LaCroix-My author website: https://thestageoftime.com/-The Illusion of Us: https://www.amazon.com/Illusion-Us-Suppression-Evolution-Consciousness/dp/1518671063/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1548776312&sr=8-1&keywords=the+illusion+of+us-Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TheIllusionOfUs/?ref=br_rsChris Mathieu’s YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPSNiRNrx57fL6m1jQBP8QgForbidden Knowledge News: https://forbiddenknowledge.news/---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*All Music licensed through Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/-"Lost Time" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed u

Science Diction

Science Friday and WNYC Studios

Juggernaut: Indian Temple Or Unstoppable Force?

In 2014, a grad student in Kolkata named Ujaan Ghosh came across an old book by a Scottish missionary. And as Ghosh paged through the book, he noticed the missionary kept using a word over and over: Juggernaut. But the missionary wasn’t using it the way we do today—to mean an unstoppable, overwhelming force. He  was using it to talk about a place: a temple in Puri, India. So Ghosh dug further, and as he grasped the real story of where the English word, juggernaut, had come from, he realized there was just no way he could keep using it.
A transcript of this episode is being processed and will be available within a week.
Chris Egusa is an audio producer and 2020 KALW Audio Academy fellow.
Dylan Thuras is co-founder of Atlas Obscura, and host of the Atlas Obscura podcast.
Ujaan Ghosh is a PhD candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Footnotes & Further Reading: 
Read Ujaan

Climate One

Climate One from The Commonwealth Club

Corporate Net Zero Pledges: Ambitious or Empty Promises?

Corporate pledges of reaching net zero carbon emissions have quickly become commonplace. Critics argue that such pledges are mere greenwashing, and even if pledges are fulfilled, the balance sheets usually utilize carbon offsets, which can be of questionable quality and accountability. Proponents of corporate net zero pledges say we’ll never get to net zero emissions without corporate action, and pledges represent legitimate ramping up of ambition and commitment. How can consumers, investors and policy leaders distinguish between stalling and increased ambition? Can third party auditors hold companies accountable?
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Planet Visionaries

Rolex and The Washington Post Creative Group

Peru's protector of the seas

Inside conservation biologist Kerstin Forsberg’s community-based approach to saving the majestic manta ray.

Clinician's Brief: The Podcast

Clinician's Brief

Listen as host Alyssa Watson, DVM, talks with the authors of your favorite Clinician’s Brief articles. We’ll dig deeper and explore the conversations behind the content.

The Story Collider

Story Collider, Inc.

Human Reproduction: Stories about how we learn about sex

In this week’s episode, we share two stories about adventures in sex education.
Part 1: Kate Willet is frustrated by the gaps of information in her abstinence-based sex ed class.
Part 2: Sex ed instructor Charlie Blake fields an unexpected question from a student.
Kate Willett is a comedian, actress, and writer whose raunchy feminist storytelling is both smart and relatable. Her 15 minute special premiered on Netflix’s “Comedy Lineup” in August 2018. She was recently a correspondent for the JIM JEFFERIES SHOW at Politicon 2017. She’s been featured on Viceland’s FLOPHOUSE and her appearance on Comedy Central’s THIS IS NOT HAPPENING was on Splitsider’s list of “2016’s Best Late Night Standup Sets.” In the past, she toured with Margaret Cho nationally and internationally and has featured with comedians like Kyle Kinane, Jen Kirkman, Ali Wong, Dana Gould, and Greg Behrendt. She has appeared in the Just for L

Farm Small Farm Smart Daily

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

Putting Emphasis on Food Safety

This episode features Brian Bates. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/

Brave New Planet

Pushkin Industries

Brave New Planet Presents Miracle And Wonder: Conversations With Paul Simon

Presenting: An Excerpt from Miracle And Wonder: Conversations With Paul Simon by Malcolm Gladwell and Bruce Headlam. Download the audiobook today at miracleaudiook.com and receive an exclusive listener's guide pdf featuring additional commentary from Bruce, the producers and editors of Miracle and Wonder.
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Vincent Racaniello

Immune 50: Red blood cells are immune sentinels

Immune reviews evidence that toll-like receptor 9 on the surface of red blood cells binds DNA, leading to uptake by macrophages and innate immune activation. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Stephanie Langel, Cynthia Leifer, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts. RSS, email Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode DNA binding to TLR9 on red blood cells (Sci Transl Med) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music by Steve Neal. Immune logo image by Blausen Medical Send your immunology questions and comments to immune@microbe.tv

Lost Women of Science

Lost Women of Science

BONUS: The Resignation

In 1949, at the height of his career, Rustin McIntosh, the director of pediatrics at Columbia University’s Babies Hospital, submitted his letter of resignation. Dr. Scott Baird, who wrote a biography on Dorothy Andersen, takes us back to this pivotal moment, which occurred at the dawn of pediatric pathology in the United States. Through archival resources, Scott explores the institutional tensions that led to this abrupt resignation. At the eye of the storm is a character we’ve come to know well, perhaps the most important person working in pediatric pathology at the time: Dr. Dorothy Andersen. 

Podcast UFO

Martin Willis

489. Cristina Gomez, Gen-Z on UFOs

Guest Cristina Gomez to discuss her fascination with the UFO/UAP topic, her dive into UFO video scrutiny and where her interest has led her.Show Notes

How God Works


Gratitude: Why Every Day Should Be Thanksgiving

Most people think gratitude is an emotion about the past. But in reality, it’s all about the future. Science shows it makes people more honest, more generous, and more patient. It strengthens their relationships and improves their well being. You can think of it as a multivitamin for the soul. But, like a vitamin, you need it more than once a year to get the benefits. And that’s why many religions provide ways to embrace it daily. Join Dave and his guests, author Diana Butler Bass and Rabbi Geoffrey Mitelman as they explore ways to make everyday feel more like Thanksgiving.

Weather Insider


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. […]

A Health Podyssey

Health Affairs

LIVE with Sherry Glied and Craig Garthwaite on National Health Care Spending in 2020 and the COVID-19 Pandemic

"Let us hope that this is a one in a hundred years pandemic. We don't want to build our health care system to operate at all times as if tomorrow will be COVID." - Sherry GliedOn December 15, Health Affairs published ahead-of-print, “National Health Care Spending In 2020: Growth Driven By Federal Spending In Response To The COVID-19 Pandemic,” the annual national health expenditures article prepared by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Office of the Actuary. Always one of Health Affairs’ most-read articles, this year’s provides the first official report on spending that reflects the effects of COVID-19. During a live Lunch and Learn event, a discussion was held on the findings with economists Sherry Glied from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University and Craig Garthwaite from Northwester




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Sekke Podcast | پادکست سکه

mehdi naji

اپیزود ۲ نیم‌سکه: دنیای شگفت‌انگیز آدام اسمیت

اپیزود دوم پادکست نیم‌سکه
"دنیای شگفت‌انگیز آدام اسمیت"
آدام اسمیت فیلسوف، اقتصاددان و نویسنده‌ی اسکاتلندی قرن هجدهم به باور بسیاری به عنوان پدر علم اقتصاد نوین شناخته می‌شود. دو کتاب او، یعنی «نظریه عواطف اخلاقی» و «ثروت ملل»، دستور کار اقتصاددانان پس از او را تعیین کردند. در دومین اپیزود نیم‌سکه به دنیای شگفت‌انگیز اسمیت سفر می‌کنیم.
نویسنده: علی ملک‌محمدی
راوی: امین قاضی
تدوین و تنظیم: سپهر جمشیدپور
کارگردان: بهداد گیلزادکهن
شرکت ملک تجارت گیل منطقه آزاد انزلی | اینستاگرام


Glacier National Park - National Park Service

Whitebark Pine | Trailer

Season Two documents the generational effort to restore a whitebark pine in five chapters. It’s also a story about the purpose of national parks and our relationship with nature. We ask, can people have a positive impact on their environment? Coming January, 2022.

Tiny Matters

The American Chemical Society

Tiny Matters is a science podcast about things that are small in size but big in impact. Every other Wednesday, join hosts Sam Jones and Deboki Chakravarti as they unpack the little stuff that makes the big stuff in our world (both good and bad) possible. Tiny Matters is a production of the American Chemical Society, a non-profit scientific organization based in Washington, DC. Executive producer, writer & host: Sam Jones, PhD Host: Deboki Chakravarti, PhD Sound design & theme: Michael Simonelli Artwork: Derek Bressler

Bigfoot’s Wilderness Podcast

Bigfoot's Wilderness Podcast

Let’s talk Bigfoot and listen to some interesting and at times ,downright scary encounter stories. We’ll also talk with researchers in the field a nd interview witnesses as well about this mysterious and legendary creature.

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls

Relevant, evidence based, and practical information for medical students, residents, and practicing healthcare providers regarding all things women’s healthcare! This podcast is intended to be clinically relevant, engaging, and FUN, because medical education should NOT be boring! Welcome...to Clinical Pearls.

Intelligent Design the Future

Discovery Institute

A Plea to Parents: Don’t “Butt Out” of Your Kids’ Education

On today’s ID the Future, host Robert Crowther sits down with writer Andrew McDiarmid to discuss his recent New York Post article, “Word to the Wise: Progressives Forget that Parents are in Charge of Kids’ Education.” The two discuss recent dustups in the news in which parents were told to butt out of the public education of their children. This is profoundly wrongheaded and for a variety of reasons, McDiarmid argues. McDiarmid, a Discovery Institute senior fellow, advocates for greater parental involvement, rather than less, and he and Crowther then apply the principle to the narrower question of how evolution is taught in the public high schools. In many districts evolutionary theory is taught as unquestionable dogma, with none of Read More ›

Ask a Spaceman!

Paul M. Sutter

AaS! 164: Where Can We Find Diamond Rain?

How do giant planets make diamond rain? Does it really, you know, rain? Where does diamond rain exist? I discuss these questions and more in today’s Ask a Spaceman! Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/pmsutter All episodes: http://www.AskASpaceman.com Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/PaulMattSutter Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PaulMattSutter Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/PaulMSutter Read a book: http://www.pmsutter/book Keep those questions about space, science, astronomy, astrophysics, physics, and cosmology coming to #AskASpaceman for COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TIME AND SPACE! Big thanks to my top Patreon supporters this month: Justin G, Chris L, Barbara K, Duncan M, Corey D, Justin Z, Nate H, Andrew F, Naila, Aaron S, Scott M, Rob H, Lowell T, Justin, Louis M, Paul G, John W, Alexis, Erin J, David B, Frank T, Tim R, Alex P, Tom Van S, Mark R, Alan B, Craig B, Richard K, Steve P, Dave L, Chuck C,

Stanford Psychology Podcast

Stanford Psychology

27 - David Lagnado: How Causal Reasoning Can Help Us Make Better Judgments and Solve Criminal Cases

Bella chats with Prof. Dave Lagnado, a professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences in the Department of Experimental Psychology at UCL. Dave's research focuses on how people use causal models to draw inferences and make decisions. He has written over 100 articles and co-authored a textbook on the psychology of decision making. He has worked with US intelligence, the UK government and various legal and financial institutions, looking at methods to improve reasoning and decision making. In this episode, Dave discusses his new book on the human capacity for causal reasoning and the challenges we face in evaluating evidence using criminal cases. Bella and Dave talk about how Bayesian Inference and Pearl's hierarchy are applied in the legal domain as well as the pros and cons of using causal models in decision making. Dave also shares his views on how causal models could

Bigfoot Terror in the Woods Sightings and Encounters

W.J. Sheehan

Bigfoot TIW 134: Highway patrolman encounter with Bigfoot, and some new Mothman sightings

In cryptids in the news and other oddities, KJ covers some additional new sightings of Mothman in Chicago. Bill covers an encounter that a highway patrolman wrote him about where he came face-to-face with a Bigfoot. And some great listener mail from many of you so please join us!

Thank you for listening!


Produced by: "Bigfoot Terror in the Woods L.L.C."

Deer University

MSU Deer Lab

Episode 055 - The Value of Co-Ops: Meeting Management Goals

We’ve all heard time and time again that the biggest problem a landowner faces is their neighbor. But what if instead of competing with your neighbor, you joined forces? Join Dr. Marcus Lashley and Dr. Bronson Strickland, hosts of Fire University and Deer University, as they sit down to discuss the benefits co-ops provide and how working with your neighbor can give you a tangible return on investment. In this episode they interview Hunter Pruitt - founder of the National Wildlife Cooperative, an industry-wide project that quantifies wildlife co-ops across the U.S., connects landowners with nearby cooperatives, and supplies knowledge and resources to aid cooperatives across the U.S. landscape. National Wildlife Cooperative: Website: https://www.nationalwildlifecoop.com/national-wildlife-cooperative Twitter: https://twitter.com/natwildlifecoop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nationalwildlifecooperative Instagram:

The Episodic Table of Elements

T. R. Appleton

89. Actinium: The Windup… And The Pitchblende

We all know that radioactive rocks glow in the dark, except they actually don't, except for when they actually do.

Prognosis: Breakthrough


Part Nine: The Next Pandemic

Virus hunters around the globe are already bracing for the next contagion which they fear could prove even more destructive than Covid. These scientists and doctors, drawing from hard-learned lessons from the past, are determined to stop future pandemics even as the current one continues to rage.
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Biophilic Solutions

Serenbe Media Network

The Economics of Conservation with Stacy Funderburke

This week on Biophilic Solutions, we’re talking to Stacy Funderburke, Associate State Director for Georgia and Alabama and Regional Counsel for the Conservation Fund, an organization that strives to integrate environmental and economic outcomes via land conservation. Through his work on projects like the Working Farms Fund, Stacy walks us through the mechanics of how we might shift to a more ethical and environmentally friendly model for working land -- and how we as consumers can be a part of the solution.Show NotesThe Conservation Fund Donate to The Conservation FundStacy Funderburke, Regional Counsel and Associate State Director for Alabama and GeorgiaThe Working Forests FundThe Working Farms FundHow To Make a Neighborhood Farm for an Entire Metropolis (The New York Times)Chattahoochee Brick site to memorialize convict leasing victims (Axios)

Scotland Outdoors

BBC Radio Scotland

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. […]

Charting Pediatrics

Children's Hospital Colorado

Eosinophilic Esophagitis, EoE with Glenn Furuta, MD (Rebroadcast S3:E14)

Last week my colleague, Dr. Glenn Furuta, was named recipient of the 2021 Harry Shwachman Award by the North American Society for Pediatric GI, Hepatology and Nutrition. This is the highest honor given by NASPGHAN and is awarded to one person each year who has made outstanding lifetime achievements and contributions to the field of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. Glenn’s lifelong work in the field of eosinophilic and allergic GI disorders has been a game changer for all pediatric (and adult) gastroenterologists and allergists, and he continues to be a global thought and research leader in all aspects of these disorders. In recognition of this honor, we wanted to rebroadcast my discussion with Glenn about Eosinophilic Esophagitis from Season 3 of the podcast. Congratulations Glenn!!  Do you have thoughts about today's episode or suggestions for a future topic? Write to us, Chartin

The TBRI Podcast

Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development

The TBRI® Podcast features conversations about Trust-Based Relational Intervention®, an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. On this podcast we talk about the elements of trauma-informed care and chat with experts in the field about implementing TBRI® across different communities of care and practice.

MMWR Weekly COVID-19 Briefing


Week of January 3, 2022

This episode discusses four MMWR reports. The first report looks at the effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine against multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children ages 12-17 years. The next report looks at the risk for newly diagnosed diabetes after COVID-19 infection among children. The third report examines COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy and its association with preterm or small-for-gestational-age at birth. And the last report describes severe COVID-19 outcomes among people ages 18 years and older who have completed their primary vaccination series.

Blurry Photos

David Flora

Ep 263: Other Dyatlovs part 1

David is back with the first part of a deep dive into other Dyatlovs, more Russian mountain mysteries! Similar enough to the infamous Dyatlov Pass Incident, the other Dyatlovs of Khamar-Daban and Chivruay Pass pose equally creepy, unsolved mysteries. Happenings like these occurring in the same place would be one thing, but these all happened in different places around Russia. In the first part of this two-part episode, Flora takes a look at the Khamar-Daban Incident. A tragedy that took place in Southern Siberia in 1993, the Khamar-Daban Incident resulted in the loss of 6 lives. Only one of the 7 to go hiking made it back alive, and her tale is harrowing and perplexing. Listen to the details and see what you think might have happened. Then keep an eye on the Blurry Photos feed for part 2, coming soon! Don't forget to watch me stream games on Twitch! Music Myst on the Moor - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attr

The Big One: Your Survival Guide

KPCC | Southern California Public Radio

The Earthquake

You’re at Union Station when the big one hits. The next two minutes are terrifying. By the time you make your way outside, the Los Angeles you know is gone. In Episode One, you experience what the first hours after a massive earthquake could be like.

All Creatures Podcast

All Creatures Podcast

Episode 263: Secrets of Snow Leopards

A beloved big cat, Snow Leopards are sadly slipping towards extinction. Yet, there is hope. With possibly less than 3900 Snow Leopards left in the wild, efforts are underway to save these big charismatic cats. As one of the big 5 species of big cats, Snow Leopards live in some of the most remote alpine environments on our planet. As the apex predator, they play a critical role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. You can learn more this week about them and without doubt they are a fan favorite. 

We dedicate this episode to Rachael from the UK who has been helping us with our website. Please check out her animal artwork and giver her a follow on Instagram at Tilly_Mint08

Also, you can read her write ups on our website HERE

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Sasquatch Tracks

Micah Hanks, Dakota Waddell and Jeff Smith

John Mionczynski: The Biologist and Bigfoot | ST 027

On this special holiday edition of Sasquatch Tracks, the team is joined by legendary biologist John Mionczynski, whose personal experience with a Sasquatch in 1972 while camping in the Wind River Mountains propelled him on a decades-long search for answers about the creatures and their existence.  A naturalist, ethnobotanist, and musician with a penchant for old BMW motorcycles, Mionczynski is a revered and well-regarded field scientist who has worked with the U.S. Forest Service and a number of agencies on various wildlife projects. His study of Sasquatch in the decades since his 1972 encounter has led him to pursue indigenous American knowledge about the creatures, their habits, and behavior. Our conversation with Mionczynski takes us deep into the lingering questions about Sasquatch, and how science can be applied toward their study.  Stories and other links discussed in this episode:  John Mionczynski: A biologist rev

Nature Guys

Nature Guys

As She Rises with Grace Lynch

Bob talks with Grace Lynch, the creator and host of an amazing new podcast on climate change from Wonder Media Network. The podcast brings together poems and stories from women throughout the US and territories that depict the effects of climate change on their homes and people. The source for this interview is the new podcast As She Rises by Wonder Media Network.


BBC World Service

What makes stuff sticky?

What makes things sticky? Listener Mitch from the USA began wondering while he was taking down some very sticky wallpaper. Our world would quite literally fall apart without adhesives. They are almost everywhere – in our buildings, in our cars and in our smartphones. But how do they hold things together?

To find out, presenter Marnie Chesterton visits a luthier, Anette Fajardo, who uses animal glues every day in her job making violins. These glues have been used since the ancient Egyptians –but adhesives are much older than that. Marnie speaks to archaeologist Dr Geeske Langejans from Delft University of Technology about prehistoric glues made from birch bark, dated to 200,000 years ago. She goes to see a chemist, Prof Steven Abbott, who helps her understand why anything actually sticks to anything else. And she speaks to physicist Dr Ivan Vera-Marun at the University of Manchester, about the nanotechnologists using adhesion at tiny scal

Wild Thing

Foxtopus Ink

Wild Thing is a podcast about the strange and unusual things that capture our imaginations. It’s about the relationship between science and society. It’s about wild places, wild people, and wild ideas. Because whether it’s seeking out Bigfoot, in season one, or gazing skyward to look for extraterrestrial life in season two, the search for the unknown helps us better understand ourselves. Each episode, host Laura Krantz takes us through the latest chapter, which builds on previous ones, so it’s best to start listening with Episode 1 of each season.

Opinionated History of Mathematics

Intellectual Mathematics

Rationalism 2.0: Kant’s philosophy of geometry

Kant developed a philosophy of geometry that explained how geometry can be both knowable in pure thought and applicable to physical reality. Namely, because geometry is built into not only our minds but also the way in which we perceive the world. In this way, Kant solved the applicability problem of classical rationalism, albeit at … Continue reading Rationalism 2.0: Kant’s philosophy of geometry

Why This Universe?

Dan Hooper, Shalma Wegsman

39 - Why Do Science Communication? (ft. Daniel Whiteson and Jorge Cham)

Daniel Whiteson and Jorge Cham talk to us about what science communication means to them.Listen to their podcast, Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/105-daniel-and-jorge-explain-t-29862087/Support WTU on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/whythisuniverse

Navigating Neuropsychology

John Bellone & Ryan Van Patten - NavNeuro

83| Neuropsych Bite: Clinical Case 4 – Dr. Ryan Van Patten

In Clinical Case 4, Ryan presents a neuropsychological evaluation of a woman in her 70s with a history of hoarding disorder, hypothyroidism, and obstructive sleep apnea, who was referred by a social worker. Show notes are available at www.NavNeuro.com/83 _________________ If you’d like to support the show, here are a few easy ways: 1) Get APA-approved CE credit for listening to select episodes: www.NavNeuro.com/INS  2) Tell your friends and colleagues about it 3) Subscribe (free) and leave an Apple Podcasts rating/review: www.NavNeuro.com/itunes 4) Contribute to the discussion in the comments section of the website (click the episode link listed above) or on Twitter (@NavNeuro)   Thanks for listening, and join us next time as we continue to navigate the brain and behavior! [Note: This podcast and all linked content is intended for general educational purposes only and does not constitute the practice of psychology or

The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast

Pharmacy Joe

663: What are the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics?

Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode663. In this episode, I’ll discuss the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics.
The post 663: What are the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.

Ideas of India

Mercatus Center at George Mason University

Radhika Jain on Healthcare in the Public and Private Sectors

This episode is the twelfth in a miniseries of weekly short episodes featuring young scholars entering the academic job market who discuss their latest research. In this episode, Shruti talks with Radhika Jain about her job market paper, “Private Hospital Behavior Under Government Insurance: Evidence from Reimbursement Changes in India.” They discuss the Bhamashah Health Insurance Program in Rajasthan, how hospitals are reimbursed for healthcare expenses, the effects of competition on the healthcare market and much more. Jain is the Asia Health Policy Postdoctoral Fellow for 2019-2022 at the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University. Her research focuses on healthcare markets, the effectiveness of public health policy and gender disparities in health. Follow Radhika on Twitter: https://twitter.com/radhi_jain  Follow Shruti on Twitter: https://twitter.com/srajagopalan  For a full tran

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

Garret and Sabrina

A New raptor in Europe and a toothless theropod in Brazil

For links to every news story, all of the details we shared about Probactrosaurus, links from David Levering, and our fun fact check out https://iknowdino.com/Probactrosaurus-Episode-371/Join us at www.patreon.com/iknowdino for dinosaur requests, bonus content, ad-free episodes, and more.Dinosaur of the day Probactrosaurus, a hadrosauroid that lived in the Late Cretaceous in what is now Inner Mongolia, China.Interview with David Levering, Camps Director at the Fort Hays State University’s Sternberg Museum of Natural History and creator of the Sternberg Museum of Natural History Online. Check out our video of the virtual museum at https://youtu.be/MCbdT3xOIBMIn dinosaur news this week:The first toothless ceratosaur from South America, Berthasaura leopoldinae, was found in Brazil sourceA new Deinonychus-sized raptor, Vectiraptor greeni, was found on the Isle of Wight sourceMarvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dino

This Week in Neuroscience

Vincent Racaniello

TWiN 24: Social transmission of maternal behavior with Ioana Carcea and Robert Froemke

Ioana and Robert join TWiN to discuss their work demonstrating that rodents acquire maternal behavior by social transmission from an experienced mother to a virgin female how to care for a litter via endogenous oxytocin. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Timothy Cheung Guests: Ioana Carcea and Robert Froemke Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiN! Links for this episode Oxytocin neurons and social transmission of behavior (Nature) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your neuroscience questions and comments to twin@microbe

The Black Vault Radio - Hosted by John Greenewald, Jr.

John Greenewald, Jr.

Ep. #92 – FOIA Appeal Win May Help UFO Transparency – Here’s the story… (And Open Phone Lines)

A recent FOIA appeal WIN may help take a glimpse in the UFO cases, videos and photos unseen by the general public.

Here's the story.

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

The Incubator

Ben Courchia & Daphna Yasova Barbeau

A weekly discussion about new evidence in neonatal care and the fascinating individuals who make this progress possible.Hosted by Dr. Ben Courchia and Dr. Daphna Yasova Barbeau.