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

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.

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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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

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

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.


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!

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. […]



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:
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Real Ghost Stories Online

Real Ghost Stories Online | Paranormal, Supernatural & Horror Radio

Getting Back To Sleep | Best Real Ghost Stories

This is a Real Ghost Stories Online - EXTRA!

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If you have a real ghost story or supernatural event to report, please write into our show or call 1-855-853-4802!
If you like the show, please help keep us on the air and support the show by becoming an EPP (Extra Podcast Person). We'll give you a BONUS episode every week as a "Thank You" for your support. Become an EPP here: or at or at

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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.

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

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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


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

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

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

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

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.

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. […]

Your Great Lakes Forecast

Emily Wahls

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

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:
Dr. Cardeña's paper on telepathy, remote viewing, precognition, and psychokinesis (American Psychologist journal, 2018):   
Federico Faggin paper on artificial intelligence and consciousness (2018)
Dr. Dean Radin's double slit quantum physics studies: and

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:
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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

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. […]

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 Follow PaperpotCo on IG Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: Vegetable Farming: Livestock Farming: Large Scale Farming: Small Farm Tools

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.

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. […]

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 us at 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 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

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: All episodes: Follow on Twitter: Like on Facebook: Watch on YouTube: 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,

The Science of Everything Podcast

James Fodor

Episode 123: Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Part 2

Concluding the two-part series on the circulatory and respiratory systems, I discuss the biochemical mechanisms by which red blood cells and hemoglobin molecules deliver oxygen to the tissues and carbon dioxide to the lungs, and the mechanisms which regulate these processes. I then consider the respiratory system, giving an overview of the structure and function of the lungs, the process of breathing, control of breathing, and adaptations to high altitudes. Recommended pre-listening is Episode 122: Respiratory and Circulatory Systems Part 2.

If you enjoyed the podcast please consider supporting the show by making a PayPal donation or becoming a Patreon supporter.

Farm Small Farm Smart

The Modern Grower Podcast Network

What's Brewing - Beyond Compost Tea - Building Great Soil (WB10)

Troy Hinke of Living Roots Compost Tea wraps up the tenth part of the series going beyond compost tea.  How can you build and maintain great soil with other soil management practices. Follow Troy on IG:   This episode was produced by Diego Footer.  Follow Diego on IG Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: Vegetable Farming: Livestock Farming: Large Scale Farming: In Search of Soil:   Small Farm Tools

Seven: Disturbing Chronicle Stories of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales

Seven: A Disturbing Stories Chronicle of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales

Subscribe now to enjoy new editions released every week. You'll hear true accounts of the most disturbing kind! Listener discretion is advised. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts for the best listening experience. If you love the show a 5-star rating and review would be most appreciated!

Big Picture Science

SETI Institute

Make Space for Animals

Long before Yuri Gagarin became the first human to go into space, Laika, a stray dog, crossed the final frontier. Find out what other surprising species were drafted into the astronaut corps.
They may be our best friends, but we still balk at giving other creatures moral standing. And why are humans so reluctant to accept the fact that we too are animals?

Jo Wimpenny - Zoologist and writer. Author of “Aesop’s Animals”

Taylor Maggiacomo - Associate Graphic Editor at National Geographic Society

Alexander Stegmaier - Freelance Graphic Editor at National Geographic

Melanie Challenger - An author who writes on nature, environment and human history. Her latest book: “How to be Animal: A New History of What it Means to be Human”

Featuring music by Dewey Dellay and Jun Miyake. 
Big Picture Science is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please cont

Believe: Paranormal & UFO Podcast

Kade Moir

S13E10: The Haunted Child Part 2

We welcome Amy back to the show to share her lifetime of paranormal and unexplainable encounters. From a young age, Amy was having experiences with the unknown that left her questioning the world around her that continues to this day with some incredible UFO encounters. Have a short story? Leave us a voicemailAustralia: 02 8405 7977International +61 2 8405 7977Or email it through to Become a Believe+ Member for exclusive showsJoin here:  Have you had an encounter?If you have had an encounter get in touch with me. My email address is Follow us on social mediaFacebook:  Instagram: Twitter: Discord: See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Common Descent Podcast

Common Descent

Episode 131 - Volcanoes

Volcanoes are fascinating, devastating, and fundamental to Earth systems. Volcanic eruptions can transform ecosystems, landscapes, and even the atmosphere, and at their most extreme, the effects of volcanism can be global and long-lasting. In this overstuffed episode, we discuss the many forms and features of volcanic activity, and we take a look at the complex and dramatic interaction between volcanoes and life on Earth.

In the news: ankylosaur brains, an Australian rainforest, donkey hybrids, and the Tonga volcanic eruption.

Time markers:
Intro & Announcements: 00:00:00
News: 00:06:30
Main discussion, Part 1: 00:44:30
Main discussion, Part 2: 01:27:30
Patron question: 02:37:00

Check out our blog for bonus info and pictures:

Join us on Patreon to support the podcast and enjoy bonus content! 

Main Engine Cut Off

Anthony Colangelo

T+206: Going Independent

Last week I left my full-time gig at Big Cartel. I’m going independent to do more Main Engine Cut Off and Off-Nominal, and to make these space-focused projects the primary work that I do. I’m also going to be building some apps of my own, and doing a good bit of client work—which could include you! If you’ve got an app or a site or really anything digital to build, hit me up and let’s work together.This episode of Main Engine Cut Off is brought to you by 39 executive producers—Simon, Lauren, Kris, Pat, Matt, Jorge, Ryan, Donald, Lee, Chris, Warren, Bob, Russell, Moritz, Joel, Jan, David, Joonas, Robb, Tim Dodd (the Everyday Astronaut!), Frank, Julian and Lars from Agile Space, Tommy, Matt, The Astrogators at SEE, Chris, Aegis Trade Law, Fred, Hemant, Dawn Aerospace, and seven anonymous—and 718 other supporters.TopicsGoing Independent - Anthony ColangeloHome - Off-NominalOff-Nominal - YouTubeOff-Nominal Happy Hour - Dec 16, 2021 - YouTubeThe ShowLike

Origin Stories

The Leakey Foundation

Episode 59: Top Human Origins Discoveries of 2021

2021 was a big year in science! Fossil discoveries introduced new relatives to our family tree, new findings added fascinating twists to the human story, and breakthroughs in research methods opened new worlds to explore. In this episode, five scientists discuss their favorite human origins discoveries of 2021. Click here for a transcript of this episode. Our guests: Scott A. Williams, New York UniversityJessica Thompson, Yale UniversityGiulia Gallo, University of California at DavisFernando Villanea, University of Colorado at BoulderErin Kane, Boston University Read more about their top discoveries: Dragon Man Late Middle Pleistocene Harbin cranium represents a new Homo species  Stunning ‘Dragon Man' skull may be an elusive Denisovan—or a new species of human 'Dragon man' claimed as new species of ancient human but doubts remain  SedaDNA Unearthing Neanderthal population history using nuclear and mitochondrial DNA from

Podcast | ice age farmer

Ice Age Farmer,

Only podcast dedicated not just to the Grand Solar Minimum and the changing climate, but how we can move every day towards self-sufficiency, and ultimately build resilient communities, so that we can prosper in the times ahead: Grand Solar Minimum / Mini Ice Age.

StarDate Podcast

McDonald Observatory

StarDate, the longest-running national radio science feature in the U.S., tells listeners what to look for in the night sky.


MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative

TIL about what I eat

Today we bring climate change to the dining room table. In this episode, we reinvited Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig onto the TILclimate podcast to tell us just a little more about the connections between the food we eat and climate change.For a deeper dive and additional resources related to this episode, visit: more episodes of TILclimate by the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, visit CreditsLaur Hesse Fisher, Host and ProducerDavid Lishansky, Editor and ProducerAaron Krol, Associate ProducerIlana Hirschfeld, Production AssistantCarolyn Shea, Fact CheckerSylvia Scharf, Education SpecialistMusic by Blue Dot SessionsArtwork by Aaron Krol

Where Health Lies


Welcome to 'Where Health Lies’ For over 30 years Don has travelled the globe sharing his unique and empowering messages of Self Care and Self-Education. We've put together for you a collection of what Don calls "truest-truths". It’s unrehearsed, we hope you enjoy it…but more importantly, we hope it inspires you to make greater, positive choices. Please visit to join our community, receive free health tips, product offers & complimentary event tickets when Don comes to town. If you would like to help us spread Don’s message, please tell a friend, or leave an honest iTunes review at the iTunes store. Thanks for listening and stay tuned for our next episode.

The Biology of Superheroes Podcast

Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton and Arien Darby

Episode 16: Antman - The Biology of Ants

In this episode Shane and Arien discuss the insect arsenal of Scott Lang (Antman) and his predecessor, Dr. Hank Pym. Shane interviews Dr. Corrie Moreau of Cornell University about ant weaponry, ant communication and the science behind Antman's helmet. How do ants organize to perform such complicated tasks? What has made them one of the most successful groups of animals on the planet? Which ant species has the most unbearable sting? Take a listen and find out!


Music by: The Passion Hifi

Sustainable World Radio- Ecology and Permaculture Podcast

Jill Cloutier

The Future is Nuts!

Episode 162: Is the future nuts? According to our guest Michael Judd, it definitely is, but in a good way! In this fun and informative interview, Michael shares his vision of a bountiful and food secure future where nut tree orchards and farms abound.  Resilient perennial crops with a multitude of ecosystem services, nut trees improve soil health and stability, provide habitat for animals, increase diversity, and offer nutrient rich food. Michael is an advocate for the Chestnut and we talk in detail about the promise that this tree holds for our nutty future. We chat about “Bread” nut trees and “Butter” nut trees, nut tree guilds, and the ecological and economic potential of nut trees. If you are looking for a crop to grow or want to diversify what you already produce, nut trees may be a good bet. Michael Judd is a Permaculture and Ecological Designer and the co-founder of Silvoculture, a nonprofit focused on perennial food security. Michael has worked wi

The Permaculture Podcast

Scott Mann

The Renegade Economist on Right Livelihoods

This episode is a guest interview from my friend Karryn Olson, continuing the conversation series on right livelihoods. Sitting down with The Renegade Economist Della Z. Duncan, they discuss what right livelihood can mean and how we can manifest it in the world, in this moment. They also share the structural issues which currently exist, […]
The post The Renegade Economist on Right Livelihoods appeared first on The Permaculture Podcast.

Smoke N' Science


Breaking down the fact vs. fiction of cannabis for everyday users, this podcast is hosted by the smokenol team: co-founder and cultivator Andy Westerkamp and two Ph.D. cannabis research scientists, Dr. Miyabe Shields and Dr. Riley Kirk. While this may sound as dry and crusty as a forgotten two-year-old stash, these scientists are both daily users who want to give consumers practical knowledge that can directly translate into their own practices. If you’re ready to dive deep into the interaction of humans and nature sit back and start a session of Smoke N’ Science!

A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

Michelle and Andrew The Two Dental Hygienists

Introducing: Un Cuento De Dos Higenistas with Amber Lovatos, RDH!!!

Andrew is joined by The Latina RDH, Amber Lovatos, RDH and fellow host in the A Tale of Two Hygienists Family! We are THRILLED to announce Un Cuento De Dos Higenistas (UCDDH), a spanglish version of your favorite podcast, AToTH!  Episode Highlights:  How UCDDH got its start Where UCDDH is going How to spread the word   Quotes:    “If you are someone who wants to learn spanish, this podcast is great.”    “When someone speaks to me in Spanish I automatically feel connected with them.”    “Try to support a fellow latina.”      Links:    Thelatinardh on Instagram and Facebook

From The Shadows

Shane Grove, The Barrister, Jason Lewis, Jerry Muniz, Ozark Howler

Search for Giants and Answers with Jim Vierra

On this week’s episode of the #FromTheShadowsPodcast, we are proud to bring to you Jim Vierra  And after the episode, leave a comment on our discussion page called After the Shadows on Facebook. Make sure that you subscribe to our YouTube channel called From The Shadows Podcast. Thanks for being a part of the family!  #Bigfoot #fairy #skinwalker #Dogman #Akron #aliens #Paranormal #ghosts #UFOS #Bigfootencounters #orbs #Ohio #spirits #demons #evil #UpperPeninsula. #Michigan  The From The Shadows Podcast is a program where we seriously discuss the supernatural, the paranormal, cryptozoology as well as ufology.  Anything that cannot be rationally explained has a platform for discussion here on the From The Shadows Podcast.   Don’t forget to subscribe! 


Nico Johnson

440: Tigo’s Chairman on storage as energy intelligence, Zvi Alon w/special guest Jing Tian

How did Zvi Alon become Chairman and CEO of one of the early MLPE pioneers, Tigo Energy? By believing in the strategy he mapped out and invested in! When the original founders lost hope in the plan, Zvi stepped in, and the rest is history. Hear today how one of the iconic power electronics companies birthed here in Silicon Valley stayed alive amidst the Asian manufacturer influx to the solar power electronics sector. And Tigo didn’t just stay alive, but managed to thrive, driving innovation across the value stream, pioneering & championing change in the way rooftop solar was installed, at least in the USA that is.
We get a rare glimpse of the inside story from the man who made it happen, Zvi Alon. 
Zvi recently hired past SunCast guest (and longtime friend) Jing Tian as their Chief Growth Officer. Jing joins Zvi in this interview to discuss what got her excited about

The Show About Science

Nate / The Company Making Podcasts

089: The Fungi Hunt with Ellen Holste

Hidden ten miles south of Hastings, Michigan and only accessible via an old gravel road is the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, a nature center and biological field station. On this episode of The Show About Science, we meet Ellen Holste, PhD. Ellen is the Community Program Manager at the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute and our tour guide into the amazing world of fungi. Be prepared to learn and have some fun as we scour the prairie for all sorts of fungus.

Learn more about the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute:

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Special thanks to Sara Lien Edelman at the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute for helping make this episode possible.


Blake Smith

240 - Frankenstein and Mermaids

In this episode of MonsterTalk Radio, Blake and Karen have David Farnell of Fukuoka University on the show to talk about Frankenstein and the novel’s—and the monster’s—impact on pop culture, as well as how the definition of what a monster is and how monsters are perceived have evolved through literature. David has published numerous papers on monsters and monsters in literature.
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Biology 3020 -- Pathophysiology with Doc C

Dr. Gerald Cizadlo

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 Humble Hoof

Alicia Harlov

The Humble Hoof is a podcast for both horse owners and equine professionals, offering discussions into various philosophies on the health of the hoof and soundness of your horse. Each episode we will explore either a topic in regards to the hoof, such as laminitis or navicular, or focus on an interview with a professional in the hoofcare world- whether it's a farrier, trimmer, vet, bodyworker, etc.Please check us out on Facebook, or at Intro/Outro Song Credit: b song by San Holo

Soil Sense

NDSU Extension

Barley for Malting Premiums and Soil Health with Dr. Dave Franzen and Anthony Thilmony

One of the things we’ve learned over the years of doing this podcast is that we love episodes that feature both a farmer and a researcher to really capture both the complexity and the practicality of farming and soil health. That’s exactly what we have today, specifically talking about barley, and the work being done to make barley a more desirable part of the rotation to build healthier soils.
Anthony Thilmony is a 4th Generation farmer in the Valley City, North Dakota area. He has a masters in Weed Science and has worked in both research and sales before returning to the farm full time. Joining Anthony is  Dr. Dave Franzen, a Soil Scientist with North Dakota State University in Extension. Dave and Anthony talk about the advantages of barley, why it hasn’t won more acres in the past, and the research that’s being done to help farmers grow more marketable barley for malting.

Are We There Yet?

90.7 WMFE

The great Pluto debate reignites once more

Back in 2006, a science organization changed the classification of Pluto as a planet, sparking a debate in both the astronomical community and pop culture. More than 15 years later, a new paper is reigniting that debate.

Grassfed Life

Diego Footer

Weekly insights for small farmers and aspiring farm based entrepreneurs who want to earn a living on the land doing something that they care about. A weekly show that tracks the farm season featuring two hosts: Darby Simpson and Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices. We focus on small family farming, grass based livestock, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, pastured pigs, farmsteading, farm sales and marketing, and work-life balance.

So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist

K. G. Muzia

72. Harri Pettitt-Wade: Fishy Movements, Invasive Species, and Narwhal Camp

Harri is an aquatic animal biologist and ecologist which is a broad way to describe his work monitoring fish patterns and their implications with our changing climate, and spending time at camp tagging whales. We have a fun conversation today covering topics ranging from tropical sharks to arctic fish and even narwhals. Harri has some great insights into what sustainable fishing really looks like and has an incredible field story and answer to the blank check question, so be sure to stay tuned for those. Please enjoy!Support the show (

Applied Mycology

Applied Mycology

10. The MycoAlliance Story

Daniel Reyes of MycoAlliance joins us in the season one finale for a discussion of his applied mycological organization and journey into the path of mycoremediation.  We move from his scientific and professional background into the story of how he started a mycology education center at Circle Acres, a capped and restored landfill site in the city of Austin, Texas.  He provides insight into how he followed Gary Lincoff’s “dedicate your life to mushrooms” advice in a measured and thoughtful way, which has led him from mostly teaching about the uses of fungi to developing mycoremediation research protocols in the Yucatan Peninsula.
While this episode will wrap up season one of Applied Mycology and we will be taking a short break over the summer months here (in the northern hemisphere), keep an eye out for special bonus content coming in the near future.

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Crime Pays But Botany Doesn't


LOWBROW BOTANY, with digressions on evolutionary history, phylogenetics, systematics, and the hunt for the filthiest public bathroom in Alta California

Sciware سايوير

محمد قاسم

SW197 كيف يمكننا استيطان كامل المجرة؟

هل استيطان المجرة أمر ممكن؟ ماذا تقول الفيزياء في ذلك؟ وهل تسمح بتكوين امبراطورية مركزية فيه؟ أبدأ بسرد قصة تخيلية عن 10,000 في المستقبل، من خلالها أبين كيف يمكن للجيش التركيبي أخذ الكواكب كوكبا كوكبا في المجرة. ثم أنتقل إلى الفيزياء وما تقول في إمكانية القيام بذلك.

philosophical minds

skyler mathis

The podcast about the stuff we wonder about and other things We welcome exotic thinking , unique philosophy , wonder & wisdom. Exploring interesting walks of life, advanced technology, innovation, esoteric realms , social sciences , and much more

NOAA Ocean Podcast

National Ocean Service

The Future Ocean

In this podcast, we share a new series from the Alaska Ocean Acidification Network called The Future Ocean. It's about the effects of ocean acidification and ocean warming on coastal Alaskans and the seafood industry. However, you don’t need to live in our 50th state to listen: the themes featured in this series are global. Hear interviews with a number of experts talking about changing ocean conditions and what it means to put a price on carbon emissions as a tool to accelerate renewable energy infrastructure and drive down carbon emissions.
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Cryptid Campfire

Cryptid Campfire

198. Yowie Wowie: Australia's Bigfoot

This week the campfire visit Australia to discuss its version of bigfoot. Yowie has been known to many in Australia as an aggressive Sasquatch like creature with an appetite for kangaroos! Is a blood thirsty ape really on the prowl in the outback or is it something a little more tame?

Surprisingly Brilliant


The Impossible Picture

Time travel? Aliens? Seeing the invisible? This special episode’s tale from science history has them all as Maren takes Greg down the long and winding road science took to understand what is perhaps the most perplexing object in the universe: the black hole.
Special thanks to the John Templeton Foundation for their support in making this episode possible. Learn more at
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Data Crunch

Data Crunch Corporation

Streamlining Construction with AI

What's it like to build an AI product in an industry that still uses outdated project management technology and has no clear conceptual model? After receiving his PhD at Stanford, René Morkos speaks to this very situation. He describes his journey building an AI product in the construction industry.

Me & Paranormal You with Ryan Singer

Ryan Singer

Are We Even Alive? - 3rd Ear Bonus 252

When you consider that many say there is no good without bad and then realize that you may believe that death isn't real, is it likely that you must then realize that life isn't real, either? I'm going down this rabbit hole a bit today as I consider my own beliefs regarding this apparent conundrum. We also get a bit into Greenfield's ideas that the Black Lodge and Great Whiter Brotherhood of Ufonauts may waging a battle and have been for years. But, why? That is the big question regarding all of this. 
Check out Greenfield's book The Secret Cipher of the Ufonauts available in many places like Thriftbooks, etc. 
Download CrystalEyes today! Available on android and iPhone. Enter the giveaways by writing a 5 star review and sending me a screenshot. 
Follow on the socials: @rysing - Twitter & Instagram
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Spooky Science Sisters

Evergreen Podcasts

We're two scientists and sisters (in-law) bringing you a podcast about the possible scientific explanations behind all things strange and unusual, from hauntings to extraterrestrials to demonic possession! So, put on your debunking caps and join us every other week for some creepy conversation and lots of laughter.

Weather Geeks

Weather Group Television

Surviving the Marshall Fire

Guest: Bob HensonIntroduction: On December 30, 2021, The Marshall Fire ripped through suburban neighborhoods in the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area - spread by high winds and fueled by months of drought. The wildfire left two people presumed dead, burned more than 6000 acres and destroyed more than 1000 homes.  Bob Henson is one of several atmospheric scientists who call that area near Boulder, Colorado home.  He joins us today to talk about the fire on this edition of Weather Geeks.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Strange Animals Podcast

Katherine Shaw

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. […]

Patient Zero

New Hampshire Public Radio

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

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

The Field Guides

The Field Guides

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. […]

Think Like A Nobel Prize Winner

Brian Keating

How can you unlock creativity and imagination to inspire, teach and lead? What mental models do some of the world’s brightest minds use to supercharge their creativity, and strengthen their most precious collaborations? Along the way you’ll discover that achieving greatness doesn’t require genius. Instead, dedication to a simple set of principles—habits and tools -- can boost your creativity, stoke your imagination, and unlock your full potential for out-of-this-universe success. On this podcast you’ll discover why Nobel Prize-winning scientists credit the often-overlooked “soft skills” such as communication, motivation, and introspection as keys to their success. You’ll see why they turn to curiosity, beauty, serendipity, and joy when they need to turn fresh eyes on some of the universe’s most vexing problems...and how you can too no matter what you do! Get the book here!

Climate Connections

Yale Center for Environmental Communication

Electric trucks could save lives

Pollution from diesel trucks is associated with health problems, and it disproportionately harms low-income people and communities of color. Learn more at

First Rounders

Nature Biotechnology

Lita Nelsen

Lita Nelsen is the former long-time director of the Technology Licensing Office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her talk with Nature Biotechnology covers her father’s life designing television antennas, what drove her to the chemical engineering program at MIT, and the ingredients required to create an entrepreneurial environment on campus (and beyond). See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Immunology Podcast

The Immunology Podcast

Ep. 18: “Immune Microscopy” Featuring Dr. Tri Phan

Dr. Tri Phan is a Senior Research Fellow at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and a Conjoint Professor at the University of New South Wales. He runs the Intravital Microscopy Lab, which aims to understand the checks and balances that control B cell responses. His team uses two-photon microscopy to image cells in live animals, including time-lapses of over 24 hours. He talks about the physics behind this type of microscopy and how it can image deep within tissues without destroying them. We also discuss his lab’s recent Cell paper on osteomorphs, a newly discovered cell type involved in osteoclast recycling in bone, and their work on memory B cells in lymph nodes.

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast

Dr. Kirsten Sanford Science Media

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

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

Zoo Logic

Dr. Grey Stafford

Remembering Betty White

As most fans know, the late Betty White loved animals and zoos. She routinely donated her time and support to zoos and aquariums and often shared the stage with her good friend, Jungle Jack Hanna. Conservation Ambassador's, David Jackson returns to describe what working with Betty was like on and off stage. Plus, the passing of another zoological icon. Animal Care Software KONG Zoo Zoo Logic ZOOmility

Paleo Nerds


Episode #48 The Ends of the World with Peter Brannen

Author Peter Brannen just happened to be driving through Kansas so Ray flagged him down to ask him about The Ends of the World, his recent book on mass extinctions, a fitting end to Season 3 of Paleo Nerds! 

Environmental Health Chat

NIEHS Partnerships for Environmental Public Health

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. […]

Brain Matters

Brain Matters Neuroscience

But Always See First with Dr. Roderick MacKinnon

On this episode, Anthony spoke to Dr. Roderick MacKinnon (Professor, Rockefeller University, HHMI) about ion channels, studying what fascinates you, and the importance of thinking childishly.   The music on today's episode was by The Caretaker:

The Orbital Mechanics Podcast

David Fourman, Ben Etherington, and Dennis Just

Episode 343: DOWNLINK--Alex Lao

Spaceflight News— Artemis rescheduling ( & Sweet— Gamma ray observatory suffers anomaly in LEO (— SpaceX wins a new contract (— Exomars to launch this year ( (, comments, corrections— From the intro: ABL second stage anomaly ( (— From Upcoming Spaceflight Events: JWST Virtual Town Hall ( Alex Lao, Kepler Communications———— CEO Mina Mitry wrote an article about the role of cubesats in space-based communication ( Week in Spaceflight History— 25 Jan, 1995. Launch of the SCIFER Sounding Rocket Experiment (PDF: (PDF: ( VIA— Next week (2/1 - 2/7) in 2008: Failing Wet

Best Horse Practices Podcast

Maddy Butcher

The podcast is an enlightened place for riders and horse owners of all disciplines to learn best practices and discover ways to connect better and make progress with their horses. We interview people who are actively engaged in improving the lives of horses and their owners through best practices, be it directly through riding or through products, research, education, policy, or facility management.



Untold Radio AM Tony Gerard – Naturalist and Biologist Who Is a Famed Crypto Creature Field Hunter

Tony Gerard was into cryptozoology before it was cool. He voraciously read everything he could about the Loch Ness Monster and Bigfoot as a kid. He listened attentively as local old-timers told of black panthers roaming the hills and swamps of western Kentucky and southern Illinois where he grew up.His interest in the natural world led him to pursue a degree in biology and later an advanced degree in zoology. For a number of years, he was an investigator with the Bigfoot Field Researcher's Organization (before being kicked out by Matt Moneymaker).In addition to natural history, Gerard has an avid interest in the North American frontier of the 18th and 19th centuries. He began 18th-century historical re-enactment as a hobby in the early 1980s, which led to his being selected as a core extra for the motion picture "Last of the Mohicans." This, in turn, led to working on

The Vet Tech Cafe's Podcast

Vet Tech Cafe

Thought provoking discussions about the issues facing veterinary technicians and nurses with the leaders in our field.

The Stem Cell Podcast

The Stem Cell Podcast

Ep. 209: “Cell Science at the Allen Institute” Featuring Drs. Ru Gunawardane & Kaytlyn Gerbin

Dr. Ru Gunawardane is the Executive Director at the Allen Institute for Cell Science. She leads a group of researchers creating a collection of high-quality gene edited stem cell lines to study cell organization and activities through live cell imaging. Dr. Katylyn Gerbin is a Scientist at the Allen Institute, whose work focuses on implementing cardiac differentiation methods and developing the cardiomyocyte pipeline using gene-edited hiPSCs. They discuss the Institute's mission to understand the fundamentals of how cells work, how they generate their gene-edited stem cell lines, and their recent work tracking cell states in hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes.

Mini Ice Age Conversations | ADAPT 2030

David DuByne | ADAPT 2030

ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age Conversations covers changes in our climate due to a new Grand Solar Minimum beginning and the media overlooking, downplaying or burying cold weather changes and crop losses occurring on our planet, to keep this Global Warming Agenda steaming ahead. I do this podcast because we need to begin conversations on how to adapt our food growing strategies long before 2030 as agricultural zones shift, affecting global crop output, but very few media outlets are talking about the most important issue of our time, Cold Weather Crop Losses.

Grazing Grass Podcast

Cal Hardage

Helping grass farmers learn from grass farmers. Topics include rotational grazing, multi-species grazing and discussion about grazing systems. Each episode features a different guest.

ژرفا - Zharfa

Alireza Payandeh

شماره بیست و یکم - مدفون در یخ

در این اپیزود ماجرای سفر اکتشافی دریانورد معروف بریتانیایی جان فرانکلین رو به گذرگاه شمال غربی در شمالگان تعریف می کنیم. جان فرانکلین معروف به مردی که کفشهایش را خورد... صفحه حامی باش ژرفالینک کمک مالی پی پَلاسپانسر این شماره ژرفا: ماجرا زی ماجرازی برگزارکننده سفرهای گروهی گردشگری با تمرکز بر ژانر گردشگری آبیه. نزدیکترین توری که در برنامه دارن سفر به سریلانکاست معروف به اقیانوس هند.پی دی اف حاوی اطلاعات سفر به سریلانکاصفحه اینستاگرام حامد ادونچررصفحه اینستاگرام ماجرازیآدرس اینستاگرام ژرفاآدرس وبسایت ژرفاکانال تلگرام ژرفاموسیقی زمینه: "بازسازی خاطرات" از سهیل پیغمبریموسیقی ابتدایی:The Rolling Wave/Chahar Mezrab Navaدستیار و طراح گرافیک: افسانه قضاویدستیار و طراح وب: میلاد پایندهگوینده: علیرضا پایندهSupport the show (

Bigfoot Crossroads

Matt Knapp

People from all walks of life share their amazing bigfoot stories that have impacted their lives forever.

Fertility Education

Manali | Fertility Advisor | Natural Fertility Expert

Low Oestrogen Level? | Natural Remedies To Boost It

Hypoestrogenism refers to lower than normal levels of estrogen in our body. This is a normal physiologic response in postmenopausal women but is a concerning find in women trying to conceive. Although less common than low progesterone, hypoestrogenism requires proper diagnosis and treatment to prevent long-term health consequences._______________In this difficult time of COVID-19, We understand how frustrating it gets while dealing with infertility. Please don't stress yourself, just take care, stay at home, stay active, stay healthy and stay fertile, surround yourself with some positive news or vibes than just listening to COVID-19 news.We also teach Fertility charting, the sessions are delivered online which help you to track ovulation and periods date. Ovulation tracking via fertility charting is about 98% effective than a usual ovulation calendar or normal period calendar app. Achieve faster results and healthy pre

Inside NATURE on PBS

PBS Nature

Talking Rhinos with Award-winning Journalist Rachel Nuwer

In February, we aired “The Last Rhino”, a film about the three remaining Northern White Rhinos; Sudan, an elderly male, his daughter Fatu, and his granddaughter Najin. Together, they are last living representatives of their kind.

However, this dire situation hasn’t deterred a group of scientists from trying to rescue the Northern White. Using tissue collected from Sudan and his family, as well as frozen tissue from deceased rhinos, they hope to rebuild the population from the ground up.

Award-winning journalist Rachel Nuwer wrote an in-depth article about Sudan and his family for NATURE in 2016. Her article lays out Sudan’s entire backstory, how he ended up in a Czech zoo and eventually at the Ol Pejeta reserve in Kenya.

We caught up with Rachel to ask if she had any updates on Sudan or the plan to save the Northern White Rhino. We also hoped to find out why this subspecies has far

WeMartians Podcast

Jake Robins

113 - What Makes a Planet (feat. Phil Metzger)

In 2006, the IAU voted to define "Planet" in a way that had a profound impact on planetary science, most notably with regards to Pluto. But what is the story behind this decision, and why is it important to the field of exploration? Dr Phil Metzger joins Jake to talk about his new paper covering the very subject, and explains the context behind culture and science's different views on the subject.We talk Pluto, Planets, and TaxonomyMoons are planets: Scientific usefulness versus cultural teleology in the taxonomy of planetary science (Phil's Paper)Follow PhilPhil's WebsitePhil's TwitterFollow Jake & WeMartiansWeMartians.comPatreon ( Shop ( List ( (@we_martians)Jake’s Twitter (@JakeOnOrbit)Off-Nominal PodcastMarsti.meMarsti.meLearn about time on Mars! See live mission clocks, learn about sols and Mars years and s



Episode 134: Mammal Locomotion and Ecology

In this episode we talk to Professor Christine Janis about mammal palaeontology, and her career. Christine is one of the world’s foremost experts in mammal palaeontology and mammalogy. She has authored dozens of scientific papers, and has been co-author of the major textbook Vertebrate Life for the last 20 years. Christine has had a long and distinguished career, and is currently a researcher at the University of Bristol in the UK. Her work is particularly focused on mammal locomotion and ecology. We’ll be talking about some of the research Christine has led, including on hoofed mammals, sabre-toothed South American ‘marsupials’, and Australia’s extinct giant kangaroos. We’ll talk about the use and limits of comparative anatomy, the importance of direct observation of specimens in the discipline of palaeontology, and how things have changed for researchers during her lifetime.

Cannabis Science Podcast

Dr. Ricardo Rivera

This is the Cannabis Science Podcast, a show dedicated entirely to answering your most salient questions about cannabis, it’s uses, preparations, products, and constituents using the most recent and proven scientific data from both industry and academic sources. Join Dr. Ricardo Rivera, a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Macarena Cataldo, a chemical engineer and activist based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Together they will be the nexus between science and the curious cannabis enthusiast. Taking listeners through a lighthearted, yet in-depth look into cannabis from an industry insiders’ perspective. Hear for yourself, join us at Cannabis Science Podcast. The science of cannabis made simple!

Big Sky Country

Bush Heritage Australia

Big Sky Country takes you deep into the bush to hear the sounds of hope. Join conservation organisation Bush Heritage Australia to travel this vast country: from the eucalypt woodlands of Dja Dja Wurrung country in central Victoria, to the grassy plains and rock country of central Arnhem Land. Meet the people on ground who are experts in ecology, culture, conservation and country. Learn about seasons and ceremony, teeny tiny fish and phascogale sex, and the sounds a tree makes when it dies. Hear the untold wonders of this precious and sometimes precarious land. And take the time to listen to the people who are protecting it against a barrage of ever-growing threats. Theme music by The Orbweavers. Sign up to our newsletter at or follow us on socials @bushheritageaus

The Wallowa Resources Podcast

Wallowa Resources

From Wallowa County, Oregon, we bring you stories of the land and the people who care for it.

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

Doug Parsons

Federal Climate Adaptation Plans: Part 1 – with Dr. Jesse Keenan

In the latest episode of America Adapts, Doug Parsons and Tulane Professor,  Dr. Jesse Keenan assess the newly released federal climate adaptation plans.  Jesse does a deep dive and discusses the strengths and weaknesses of 10 of the adaptation plans. This is the first part of a two part series, with the rest of the departments and agencies covered in the second episode. We also discuss maladaptation and what role the National Climate Assessment plays in adaptation planning across the nation. If you wanted to learn what the federal government is up to on climate adaptation, this episode is your go to resource. Have a listen!  Topics and Adaptation Plans covered: Department of Agriculture Department of Commerce Department of Defense U.S. Army Corps Department of Education Department of Energy Dept. of Health and Human Services U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Dept. of Homeland Security Dept. of Housing and


Steve Hsu

In mathematics, a manifold is a topological space that locally resembles Euclidean space near each point. Steve Hsu is a Professor of Theoretical Physics and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Join him for wide-ranging conversations with leading writers, scientists, technologists, academics, entrepreneurs, investors, and more.

The Geology Flannelcast

Chris Seminack, Jesse Thornburg, and Steve Peterson

#125 - Human Induced River Path Changes

This week's episode is about how humans have permanently altered the course of two rivers.


Jonathan Larson

Arthro-Pod is a podcast dedicated to examining insects through both a scientific and cultural lense

Paws & Reward Podcast

Marissa Martino, CDBC, CTC

Ep 37: Training Your Deaf Dog with Terrie Hayward

On today’s episode, Marissa and Terrie Hayward talk about the training process for deaf dogs and dogs with hearing loss. Since Marissa is less experienced in this area, she thought Terrie would be the perfect person to speak to on this subject. Her book "A Deaf Dog Joins the Family" is an invauable resource and Marissa urges anyone with a deaf or hard of hearing dog to check it out!

In Research Of

William Blake Smith

S03E13 - Lost Vikings (Explicit)

EXPLICIT TAG - this episode contains a lot of swearing and complaining. Blake and Jeb go in search of a lost Norse settlement in Canada, but discover that the real treasure isn't Vikings, and it definitely isn't the racist bullshit you meet along the way.     Links: Thomas E. Lee - professor whose weird (racist) theories are at the heart of this episode   "Hammer of Thor" - monument/dry-stack/possible Inuksuk at end of episode   Sveinbjörn Beinteinsson - Icelandic Heathenry Revitalist   The statue supposed to be of Erik the Red was actually of Thorfinn Karlsefni Mjolner (aka Thor's Hammer) Greenland (as a Norse Settlement)The GyrfalconThule (aka Ultima Thule) The Norse sorcerer KolgrimJournal article about “Viking” presence in Nunavik Nimoy Fashion Alert:   Not in the episode - but stuff we talked about: L'Anse aux Meadows - real Norse archeological site in Canada The Mismeasure of Man (by Gould) 2021 Calls to boycott Canada Da

6 Ranch Podcast

James Nash

Stories from folks with calloused hands. Natural resources and their science, agriculture, blue collar, hunting, fishing, shooting and adventure.

FOCUS on Agriculture

Preston & Jason

Join Preston Schrader and Jason Carr, field technology reps in the ag industry, as they talk all things row crop agriculture. From digital ag, pests, and sustainability to increasing yield, they cover a variety of topics to help growers succeed and open a dialogue with consumers.

과학하고 앉아있네

과학과 사람들

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 Revolution with Thom Hartmann

Thom Hartmann

The Science Revolution is about science that matters and brings revolutionary ways of thinking about science. We cover the science important to the world as well as to our everyday lives. You will learn how an entire spectrum of scientific disciplines meaningfully impacts your life and our world. From climate change to neuroscience to physics and medicine - and sometimes the politics & religion that tie them to us all - this podcast will entertain and deeply inform you. Science comes alive in The Science Revolution with Thom Hartmann.

Project Botany

David Brooksby

The Project Botany podcast is a weekly audio tour of the fictional Project Botany facilities. Each of these tours will explore aspects of botany and help demystify the fascinating and mysterious field of botany. Check out our website and keep an eye for Project Botany on Facebook and Twitter.

Laura Erickson's For the Birds

Laura Erickson

"For the Birds" began airing on KUMD in Duluth, MN, in May, 1986, and is the longest continually-running radio program about birds in the U.S. Hundreds more episodes are available for free at


Steve Hsu & Corey Washington

Warren Hatch on Seeing the Future in the Era of COVID-19 – #50

Steve and Corey talk to Warren Hatch, President and CEO of Good Judgment Inc. Warren explains what makes someone a good forecaster and how the ability to integrate and assess information allows cognitively diverse teams to outperform prediction markets. The hosts express skepticism about whether the incentives at work in large organizations would encourage the adoption of approaches that might lead to better forecasts. Warren describes the increasing depth of human-computer collaboration in forecasting. Steve poses the long-standing problem of assessing alpha in finance and Warren suggests that the emerging alpha-brier metric, linking process and outcome, might shed light on the issue. The episode ends with Warren describing Good Judgment’s open invitation to self-identified experts to join a new COVID forecasting platform.

What The Duck?!

ABC Radio

The show with a mission to explore the mysteries of nature - especially the ones that make you go What the Duck?!

K9 Conservationists

Kayla Fratt

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

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

This Week in Evolution

Vincent Racaniello

TWiEVO 72: Echoes of evolution both shallow and deep

Nels and Vincent discuss evolutionary evidence for an epidemic of coronavirus infection over 20,000 years ago in East Asia, and reconstruction of the membrane differences between bacteria and Archaea reveals unexpected differences in permeability. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Ancient coronavirus epidemic in East Asia (Curr Biol) Gene-culture coevolution and human evolutionary transition (Proc Roy Soc B) Membrane permeability at the lipid divide (bioRxiv) Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Science Picks Nels – Slowed canonical progress in large fields of science Vincent – Virology Live Music on TWiEVO is performed by Trampled by Turtles Send your evolution questions and comments to

The Plant Report- Every Plant Has A Story

Jill Cloutier

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. […]

Quantum Field Theory with Dr. Rodeny A. Brooks

Dr. Rodney A. Brooks

Rodney A. Brooks was born in Syracuse, NY, in 1932. He attended the University of Florida and Harvard University, where he received his Ph.D. in physics with Nobel laureate Norman Ramsey in 1963. At that time he was fortunate to learn Quantum Field Theory from its perfector, Nobel laureate Julian Schwinger, who had just published his five-paper series "The theory of quantized fields", in which matter fields are treated for the first time on an equal basis with force fields. After several years as a post-doc at Harvard, Brooks spent five years working on aerospace projects. Then in 1970 he changed to the field of medical research. This led to a 25-year career at the National Institutes of Health, where he published 124 refereed articles. Among his accomplishments was construction of the highest resolution PET scanner of its time, the "Neuro-PET". He also invented dual-energy computed tomography (US patent 4247774), a method which has now been incorporated into commercial scanners. As an amateur clarinetist he founded and led a klezmer band called Shir Delite. After moving to New Zealand when he retired, he became aware that the wonderful QFT that he had learned from Schwinger is largely forgotten or misunderstood, leaving the lay public to founder in the weirdness and paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics and Relativity. He then made it his retirement mission to tell the people about QFT - the only theory that makes sense.

Branch Out

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Discover the surprising world of plants with science and stories from Australia's oldest scientific institution. Branch Out is your backstage pass into labs, Botanic Gardens, the Australian bush and the minds of experts who are protecting the future of plants.

Mirada Científica

Enrique Vargas

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. […]

Viced Rhino: The Podcast

Viced Rhino

Do young earth creationist arguments hold up to scrutiny? Join me to examine their claims!

Sow Edible Podcast

Stacy and Amy; Permaculture Farmers and Homesteaders

Welcome to the Sow Edible Farm Podcast. Join our family as we build our permaculture sustainable farm and off grid homestead. With nature as our example, we are shaping the farm with edible food forests, perennials, hugelkulture beds, swales, and keyline water systems. We share our experience in beekeeping and animal husbandry where we pasture raise ducks, chickens, and pigs through the use of rotational grazing and all natural care. As first time farmers, we are learning how to work the land without pesticides, using heirloom plants, and beyond organic gardening techniques. We hope that you will join our family as we embark on this adventure together.

Wild Animals

Roland Kays

Crazy stories about animals, told by the people who study them.

Brad Field Weather

Dan Lovallo

Award-winning meteorologist Brad Field and broadcast veteran Dan Lovallo discuss the immediate weather and the why of weather for Connecticut, New England and the nation.

Field, Lab, Earth


Halloween Special: Boll Weevils with Paul Csomo

Boll weevils are an agricultural pest that feeds primarily on cotton. After their arrival in the 1890s, they caused devastation across the South-Eastern United States, starting a battle that’s raged for more than 130 years. This episode, Paul Csomo of the award-winning Varmints! podcast joins us to discuss these creatures, their adaptions, and their agricultural history. Tune in to learn: How many types of weevils are in the world How boll weevils shaped agriculture in the South-Eastern United States How scientists, farmers, and government agencies united to eradicate the boll weevil threat How boll weevils have slipped into pop culture today If you would like to find transcripts for this episode or sign up for our newsletter, please visit our website: Contact us at or on Twitter @FieldLabEarth if you have comments, questions, or suggestions for show topics, and if

MOOC Podcast: Intro to Anatomy and Physiology with Doc C

Dr. Gerald Cizadlo

Lecture audio from this course in Anatomy and Physiology is presented to you by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo of the College of St. Scholastica. These lectures will be of interest to students,those planning careers in science and medicine,and current practitioners in the field. Enrollment in the next free and open online course associated with this podcast is open now with the next offering of the course slated to begin on May 20, 2013. For more information or to enroll, go to Please note: The content and opinions expressed here belong to the author and are not necessarily endorsed by The College of St. Scholastica.

New Books in Environmental Studies

Marshall Poe

Colin Jerolmack, "Up to Heaven and Down to Hell: Fracking, Freedom, and Community in an American Town" (Princeton UP, 2021)

Up to Heaven and Down to Hell (Princeton UP, 2021) is a vivid and sometimes heartbreaking account of what happens when one of the most momentous decisions about the well-being of our communities and our planet--whether or not to extract shale gas and oil from the very land beneath our feet--is largely a private choice that millions of ordinary people make without the public's consent.
The United States is the only country in the world where property rights commonly extend up to heaven and down to hell, which means that landowners have the exclusive right to lease their subsurface mineral estates to petroleum companies. Colin Jerolmack spent eight months living with rural communities outside of Williamsport as they confronted the tension between property rights and the commonwealth. In this deeply intimate book, he reveals how the decision

Brain Inspired

Paul Middlebrooks

BI 125 Doris Tsao, Tony Zador, Blake Richards: NAISys

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Doris, Tony, and Blake are the organizers for this year's NAISys conference, From Neuroscience to Artificially Intelligent Systems (NAISys), at Cold Spring Harbor. We discuss the conference itself, some history of the neuroscience and AI interface, their current research interests, and a handful of topics around evolution, innateness, development, learning, and the current and future prospects for using neuroscience to inspire new ideas in artificial intelligence.

From Neuroscience to Artificially Intelligent Systems (NAISys).Doris:@doristsao.Tsao Lab.Unsupervised deep learning identifies semantic disentanglement in single inferotemporal face patch neurons.Tony:@TonyZador.Zador Lab.A Critique of Pure Learning: What Artificial Neural Networks can Learn from Animal Brains.Bl

Seeker Plus


Supersonic Flights: Soviet Spies, Sonic Booms, and Aerodynamics

Since the first supersonic flights in the 1940's, we’ve made advances in engines and materials and computers, even having a paying public going supersonic for a few decades too. However, today commercial airplanes are no faster than they were in the 1960s. So when will the public go supersonic again?
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Apes Among Us


Musings: Technology, Science, and the Pursuit

Hosts Daryl Colyer and Matt Pruitt have a one-on-one conversation that covers a range of topics related to the NAWAC and its efforts, including: the conclusion of the 2021 summer operation in Area X; applying conventional wildlife photography practices to the pursuit of the wood ape; the value of images; visual acuity in apes; testing the hominoid hypothesis; type I and type II errors; and why the pursuit matters. 

Eye On The Sky

Vermont Public Radio

Eye On The Night Sky For Thursday, December 30, 2021

Eye On The Night Sky For Thursday, December 30, 2021 by VPR

Cincinnati Zoo Tales


Get a glimpse of life behind the scenes at the Cincinnati Zoo. Hosts Jenna Wingate and Sam Kornau will interview Zoo staff and other animal and wildlife professionals about how they’re making a difference in this world. We’ll chat about Fiona and friends and offer “What can I do?” action items to help listeners make a world of difference too.





The Science Show - Full Program Podcast

ABC Radio

Stunning capability, variety and beauty in the natural world

Sharon Carleton is our guide as we marvel at species all around us and see the efforts of scientists to understand the natural world.

The Good, the Bad, and the Science


THE LAUNDRY GUY w/Lucy Cotton + RB Butcher

Hey yucky accident prone listeners! Get your stains out properly by listening to this episode about THE LAUNDRY GUY w/ RB Butcher and Lucy Cotton.

Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.
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Fottuti geni

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. […]

Whale Tales Podcast

Whale Tales

Bringing you stories, news, fun facts, and more about whales, dolphins and porpoises.

Terrible Lizards

Iszi Lawrence and David Hone

TLS04 Bonus Histology

We talk to Yara Haridy who has just completed her PhD on the histology of dinosaurs and other reptiles. On the podcast we normally just talk about whole bones and skeletons (or at least the bits of them that are preserved) but there is an enormous amount of information that is preserved in the fossilised cellular structures of these. Fossil bones are those that have turned to rock but that means that the original cellular structures are in there and these can reveal and whole host of information about the growth and physiology of ancient animals. Yara takes us through these and how we actually extract this information from bones that are hundreds of millions of years old. Links: Yara's websites with links to all her projects: and 

Sweet Talk: All Things Maple

Maple Program

The Cornell Maple Program presents Sweet Talk, with hosts, co-directors of CMP, Aaron Wightman and Adam Wild. Your hosts will present the latest research, news, and trends in the maple industry, with various guests including other maple researchers, industry experts, and local sugarmakers.

Bigfoot Society

Jeremiah Byron

Join Jeremiah Byron every Saturday as he uncovers the stories behind the people who make the wonderfully weird and unexplained their life's work. We love chatting about cryptids and creatures that defy logic but that won't stop us from having people show up in the interview hot seat that might not be who you would normally expect. Subscribe today to not miss out on any of the fun!

Outdoor Radio

Vermont Public Radio

Outdoor Radio: Invasive Zebra Mussels

Zebra Mussels are an invasive species in Lake Champlain. Not only do they consume a great deal of the food supply in the lake, but they also attack native mussel species by sticking to them and robbing them of fresh water and food. The Zebra Mussel can reach a density of 100,000 per square meter, covering exhaust and intake pipes for water treatment and power plants.



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Cryptid Clues

Urban Myth, Monsters, True Crime, Found Footage, Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Skunk Ape, Cryptids, Ufos, Ghosts,Demons, Dogman, Skin Walker, Dover Demon, Yeti, Mothman, Pukeudgie, Jersey Devil, Chupacabra, Lake monster, Posession, Gnomes, The Orbs, Ogopogo

Welcome to the Cryptid Clues Podcast. Join your hosts Taylor and Reuben as they explore the mystery and history of cryptids from across the planet, and beyond.

Food Safety Matters

Food Safety Magazine

Ep. 111. Jennifer McEntire: IFPA—The New Voice of Produce

Jennifer McEntire is Chief Food Safety and Regulatory Officer at the International Fresh Produce Association. Prior to the merger of United Fresh and Produce Marketing Association, Jennifer was Vice President of Food Safety and Technology at United Fresh Produce Association. A food microbiologist by background, she has always worked in the Washington, D.C., area, bringing a scientific perspective to food safety regulatory issues. She was previously vice president of science operations at the Grocery Manufacturers Association. She has served as Vice President and Chief Science Officer at The Acheson Group and as the Senior Staff Scientist and Director of Science and Technology Projects at the Institute of Food Technologists. Jennifer earned a Ph.D. from Rutgers University as a USDA National Needs Fellow in food safety. She serves as an advisory board member of the Global Food Traceability Center, the technical commit

Solar Disruption Theory

Freedom Forever

Powering the Future with Aurora Solar

In this episode, we sat down with Aurora Solar’s co-founder and COO, Sam Adeyemo, to talk about their disruptive platform, Sales Mode AI. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Gestalt Gardener

MPB Think Radio

Each week, horticulturalist Felder Rushing shares stories, answers questions and just talks gardening. Of course, you’ll hear a bit of “cheesy music” in every program and you might hear a bad joke or two as well. The Gestalt Gardener is a long-time favorite on MPB Think Radio, due in no small part to Felder’s laid-back, your-neighbors-might-talk-but-so-what approach to gardening. Email Felder anytime at and listen Friday mornings at 9 and Saturday mornings at 10 to The Gestalt Gardener on MPB Think Radio. And in the meantime, as Felder says, get out and get dirty. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Stories of WiN

Nancy Padilla

A collection of profiles highlighting the stories of Women in Neuroscience.

People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers

Dr. Marie McNeely, featuring top scientists speaking about their life and c

640: A Pathway to Success: Studying Signal Transduction in Cancer and Other Diseases - Dr. Lewis Cantley

Dr. Lewis Cantley is the Director of the Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medical College as well as the Stanton Clinical Cancer Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In addition, he is Co-Founder of Petra Pharma and Agios Pharmaceuticals. His research investigates signal transduction. He has spent most of his career trying to improve our understanding of cell signaling pathways at a molecular level since many diseases, such as cancer, involve defects in signaling. Outside science, he is an avid reader of science fiction, mystery, and history books. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from West Virginia Wesleyan College and his Ph.D. in Biophysical Chemistry from Cornell University. Lewis conducted postdoctoral research at Harvard University, and served on the faculty at Harvard University, as well as Tufts University before joining the faculty at Cornell. Lewis ha

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

Garret and Sabrina

The big dinosaur podcast. News, interviews, and discussions about dinosaurs.

Double Loop Podcast

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray discuss latent prints, the latest latent print research, forensic science in general, and regular interviews with people in the latent print field.

FAZ Wissen

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ

Was kann die vierte Welle stoppen?

Was wissen wir heute über die Effektivität der Maßnahmen zur Eindämmung des Infektionsgeschehens? Und welchen Anteil haben Ungeimpfte überhaupt noch am Infektionsgeschehen. Wir suchen Antworten in aktuellen Studien.

Ghosts of Northern Michigan's Past

MacDonald Garber Broadcasting

Northern Michigan holds a lot of history from Traverse City all the way up into the UP. That history gives way to things paranormal. Join Christopher Struble, along with special guests, as he tells stories of some of the places around Northern Michigan that have been known to have visitors from the past. Episodes are released bi-weekly on Thursdays. Intro Music: They Come At Night by Shane Ivers – Outro Music: Dank Halloween by Shane Ivers –   Follow on Facebook for updates!

The Biotech Podcast

Harry B Houston

Welcome to the biotech podcast where we talk to the leading scientists in the world about their work, their lives and fundamental questions concerning their field.

Fresh Growth

Western SARE

Fresh Growth: Approaches to a More Sustainable Future from Western Ag Practitioners introduces you to farmers and ranchers from around the western United States who are finding innovative sustainable practices that enrich the natural resources we all care about. These successful multi-generational operations experiment with new ideas and are making it pay. Listen in as they tell their story and provide advice for young or beginning farmers.Western SARE, funded by USDA NIFA, provides grants and education to advance innovations in sustainable agriculture. Intro music credit: Organic Energy by Kensington Studios used under license from Shutterstock.

The Urban Chicken Podcast - The Urbanite's Podcast Resource for Keeping Backyard Chickens

Jen Pitino: Urban Chicken-keeper & Backyard Chicken Enthusiast

The Urban Chicken Podcast is a weekly resource for the suburban/urban dweller who wants to enjoy all of the benefits of living in the city while carving out a small slice of bucolic bliss in their own backyards with a small flock of hens. Jen Pitino, the host, will discuss topics pertinent to the backyard chicken-keeper and also feature regular guests on the show who are experts in various areas of raising chickens. The show is a balance of practical information for the hobbyist dealing with the day-to-day issues of owning chickens (e.g. coop building, brooding chicks, predators, illnesses/injuries, feed, eggs, etc.) and fun and interesting poultry facts providing plenty of intrigue to entertain all chicken enthusiasts. If you love owning chickens (or at least love the idea of someday owning some backyard hens) then listen to The Urban Chicken Podcast every Wednesday to revel in your interest as a chicken fancier!

Permaculture Realized Podcast

Levi Meeuwenberg of Realeyes Homestead

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 Guide Post

American Saltwater Guides Association

A community hub where anglers, fishing guides, scientists, and policymakers connect to discuss fisheries, their history, their futures, and the importance of effective management. Produced by the American Saltwater Guides Association. Presented by Costa Sunglasses.

AnthroBiology Podcast

Gaby Lapera

The AnthroBiology Podcast sits down with biological anthropologists every other week to learn about what they do and why it's rad. Want to know more about our evolutionary past? Or what your bones say about you? Maybe chimps are more your speed? If it's anthropology and it's about humans, we'll cover it. Learn more at

Just A Thought

Cory Tinkham

Just A Thought is a podcast discussing our mysterious, fascinating and sometimes bizarre world. Here we tackle everything from ancient mysteries to fringe science and everything in between. Each episode topic is different, except there's always a bit of a mystery involved. Sit back, grab that favorite drink and enjoy!

Plymouth Beneath the Surface

Louise Delion

Take a deep breath and dive into Plymouth waters🌊In each episode, meet people from Plymouth that have orientated their lives around the ocean: scientists, divers, photographers, students, NGO members, artists etc. and learn more about the ocean, local conservation initiatives, explore career options and understand marine research ... I am Louise-Océane, a recent marine biology graduate from the University of Plymouth. Come on board with me whilst I introduce you to passionate and inspiring people from Britain's Ocean City.

Night Science

Itai Yanai & Martin Lercher

Samantha Morris on building your own creative lineage

Professor Sam Morris from Washington University in St. Louis is elucidating how cells make developmental decisions as they navigate the space of cell identity. She had a rocky start in science, but falling in love with her projects led her to stick it out. Luckily so: she now runs a highly successful and highly creative lab. Sam thoughtfully discusses  how terminology - such as ‘dead end states’ versus ‘partially reprogrammed states’ - can influence the interpretation of results in a project. She also allowed us to peek into her lab meetings: every time, in addition to the progress reports on ongoing projects, one person presents a bold, new idea on any topic.For more information on Night Science, visit .

Pulse of the Planet Podcast with Jim Metzner | Science | Nature | Environment | Technology

Jim Metzner

Removing Nanoparticles

A new water-purifying technology may provide a way to remove nanoparticles from our waterways. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Urban Agriculture

Vincent Racaniello

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 Utility Vegetation Management Podcast

Steve Cieslewicz and Nick Ferguson

Utility Vegetation Management (UVM) is a rapidly growing multi-billion dollar a year industry employing tens of thousands of people. UVM is the largest operational expense in most electric utilities and frequently the largest driver of system reliability and outage management. In recent years, climate change, wildfires, storms and Public Safety Power Shutoffs have brought the industry into mainstream news. Several groups including government, regulators, utilities, contractors, industry and the public are now active stakeholders and contribute to the public debate. Despite high levels of concern and interest in the subject matter, communications on the topic have been restricted to traditional media outlets. The UVM Podcast is the first of its kind. It aims to directly insert itself in the public conversation as a 21st Century medium to discuss and address the challenges that face us all. The podcast is hosted by Stephen Cieslewicz, an internationally recognized expert in UVM, and Nick Ferguson, a Tech Sector leader specializing in Utility Vegetation Management.

Earth + Humans


Where we talk about solutions to problems that come from the interaction between humans and our planet.

PODCAST-19: FiveThirtyEight on the Novel Coronavirus

FiveThirtyEight, Anna Rothschild

Pandemics Don't Really End

But podcasts about them do. We're sad to report this is the final episode of PODCAST-19! It's been so rewarding making a show for you over the past year. In this episode, we discuss why we're closing up shop and why pandemics are so hard to beat.

Lost River Legends

Lost River Legends

Lost River Legends is a podcast exploring strange sightings, unexplained phenomena, unnatural events, and hidden histories. We love to bring topics out from the shadows and discuss with world-renowned guests the many possibilities that exist in our complex world.

Hematopoiesis: An ASH Trainee Council Production

American Society of Hematology

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. […]

Brady Heywood Podcast

Sean Brady

Miami Bridge Failure - Part 3

In today's episode, we bring to a close our three-part series on the collapse of a pedestrian bridge in Miami, Florida, in 2018.

In part one, you heard about the cracks in the bridge and how nothing was done about them. And in part two, you heard about the serious errors that were made in the bridge's design.

In this episode, we take a deep dive into two unanswered questions from this failure: just why did everyone ignore the cracks in the bridge; and why did a rigorous checking process not identify the errors in the bridge's design?

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Science... sort of

Ryan Haupt

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. […]

Evolution Talk

Rick Coste

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. […]

Clinical Liver Disease


18-2: Introduction: Genetic Hepatobiliary Disease

Audible Article by Alanna Strong

The Cannabis Professor Podcast

Scott Goddard

S2 E60: They SAID Smoking WEED Makes you BAD, but What Does it Really Take to be considered a BAD PERSON?

When I was young, they said that using marijuana makes you a bad person.  They said life would be a waste.  Reflecting on the year, does that seem accurate?  Is weed enough to make someone turn against society and ruin lives?With all the recent court verdicts, shady political deals, and constant stories of weird  behavior with sexual, financial, and COVID themes...What does it really take to be considered a bad person?   Join The Cannabis Professor and Joe Looch, Mental health Advocate and Cannabis Professional, as we explore and discuss the factors of this modern question in the Coming Year.  @thecannabis.professor  

Podcasts – Weird Things

Andrew Mayne

How would you fight a Yeti in hand to hand combat? Would you attempt to sell your soul to the devil in the interest of science? How can you prepare for a zombie apocalypse? Find out all of this and more every week on the Weird Things podcast, where your hosts, Andrew Mayne, Justin Robert Young and Brian Brushwood probe the most challenging questions about the paranormal, supernatural and fringe.

Students of Surgery

Martin Brand

An overview of surgical topics aimed at medical students coming to their clinical surgery rotations, as well as refreshers for early career medical doctors working in surgical departments. These podcasts provide core knowledge of topics, providing a platform to commence deeper learning.

NASA ScienceCasts

NASA Science

NASA ScienceCast 313: The Power of the Station's New Solar Arrays

Love Nature

NC Museum of Natural Sciences

The “Love Nature” podcast explores humans’ inherent fascination with the natural world by connecting listeners with experts from across fields of science, research, art and more. Listen for lively, passionate discussions as guests share their affinity for nature and their hopes for its preservation. Listeners will find our guests’ inspiration infectious, walking away with a deeper understanding of how to better navigate our ever-evolving environment and live more responsibly in it. For more information or to listen, visit or

Soil, Stones, & Rocks

National Park Service

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. […]

Ecology Everywhere

Ecology Everywhere

Samantha Renshaw - Master's student at Dalhousie University

Samantha Renshaw's research looks at determining the effectiveness of marine protected areas for elasmobranch species like sharks, skates and rays. These areas typically exclude fishing and boat travel, but we do not necessarily know how efficient these are at conserving the species within them. Did you know we had shark species off the east coast of Canada? Well Samy will tell you a whole lot about it.
Growing up, Samy was a huge fan of shark week, but did not really see many female representation in shark science. Being a former basketball player, she did not shy away from the potential challenge it could be to pave her way in the field. But it would not take long for Samy to realize that she was not alone. During an undergraduate internship in South Africa, she met with a female Canadian scientist who was running the project and whose team was mainly composed of women. A similar situation also arose during a

Natural Connections

Emily Stone

Natural Connections is a weekly newspaper column created by Emily Stone, the Naturalist/Education Director at the Cable Natural History Museum in Cable, Wisconsin. In each episode, Emily reads her fun and informative weekly column about Northwoods Nature.

The Reality Check

The Reality Check

TRC #642: Annual Prediction Show: 2022 Edition

In what has become a yearly ritual to highlight the futility of ‘predictions’, Adam, Producer Pat, and Cristina guess at what might happen in the new year and look back on our guesses from last year.

The Biologic Podcast

Welcome to the Biologic Podcast, an audio exploration of the incredible world of living things. The journey begins at the dawn of life, almost 4 billion years ago. In this ancient eon, biochemical reactions gave rise to ordered systems (the cell) capable of replication. The key to this replication is the genome, and the DNA itself. At this point, the journey expands in scope; we will explore the process of evolution, then move through hundreds of millions of years of evolutionary history until we come to the modern day, to survey the modern world's biodiversity. Then we'll take a step back to look at the ecological interactions of all this life, and the resulting biomes that define the surface of our planet Earth. Our journey through the biological realm takes a sudden turn; having learned about life at the grandest scale, we now return to the ground, to look in greater detail at the various organisms that share this world with us. We first explore the physiology & diversity of plants, and then same for the fungi. Moving from flora to fauna, we explore the physiology & diversity of animals, up to and including the human being. The path is long and the lessons hard, but for the ever-curious listener, there are many great discoveries and insights to be had in the world of the biological.

Кто сказал: «Поехали»?

National Geographic Россия

Подкаст Кто сказал: «Поехали»? – разговор обо всем самом важном – простым языком. Журнал «National Geographic Россия» – это самые последние исследования, открытия и изобретения, а еще места, истории и люди. Послушайте наши разговоры с гостями, среди них – биологи, спасающие редкие виды животных, ученые, разбирающиеся в тайнах ДНК, и альпинисты, совершающие восхождения на самые опасные вершины. Ведущие подкаста: главный редактор журнала «National Geographic Россия» Андрей Паламарчук, редактор журнала, блогер Антон Зоркин и журналистка Вероника Нейфах.

BirdNote Presents


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. […]


Andony Melathopoulos

PolliNation is a podcast from Oregon State University Extension Service that tells the stories of researchers, land managers and concerned citizens who are making bold strides to improve the health of pollinators.


Jamie Jackson

Join your host Jamie Jackson for weekly creepy, strange and bone chilling stories about topics like ghosts, cryptids, aliens, UFO's and some True Crime. Jamie has been investigating the paranormal for 30 years and has traveled to many haunted locations.



Finding Failures, Saving Lives

Take an inside look at Zipline, an ambitious drone delivery company, from the perspective of the person whose job is to find the company’s technological flaws — and fix them before lives are on the line.Modulus McManus Sammann Corder Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

History of the Earth

Richard I. Gibson

366 snapshots of earth history in the form of a perpetual calendar, with daily episodes for 2014 and weekly thereafter. Find all the posts at



第447回 節分と2月の天文現象 byそんない理科の時間 @sonnaip

■オープニング・気候変動対応の枠組み・南極の皆既日食・立春と節分 ■2月の天文現象・2/1新月 2/17満月・2/4立春・水星:明け方に見え2/17に西方最大離角・金星:明けの明星 2/9に最大光度 -4.6等・土星:見...

GeneCast | ژن کست

Sevda Basiri

زندگی با عینک ژنتیک

Digital Pathology Podcast

Aleksandra Zuraw, DVM, PhD

DICOM standard for pathology annotations. Why do we need it? w/ David Clunie, PixelMed Publishing

The Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) standard for digital medical imaging has been around since the 1980s. First adopted in radiology it is slowly spreading in pathology as well. Now with image analysis being an integral part of medical imaging workflows, the question arose if the annotations made on the images should have a standard format as well? And can the same DICOM format be used?With deep learning taking over the medical image analysis field, the answer is a definitive yes! Deep learning requires a large number of annotations to train robust image analysis models. Making them requires a lot of time and work and having them in a format that can grant interoperability between different digital pathology and image analysis systems is becoming a requirement. In this episode my guest Dr. David Clunie, the DICOM standard author is explaining what annotati

Southern Appalachian Creature Feature

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

The Southern Appalachian Creature Feature provides a glimpse into the fascinating world of plants and animals in the Southern Appalachians, one of the most biologically diverse temperate regions in the world. Beyond that it also examines the pressing conservation issues of the region that affect those plants and animals - from invasive species, to growth management, to engaging people in the ourdooors. The program is presented through a partnership between the Asheville Field Office of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and WNCW, 88.7, at Isothermal Community College in Spindale, North Carolina.


UC Davis

Unfold a podcast that breaks down complicated problems and unfolds curiosity-driven research. Each season, the podcast takes a deep dive into a different topic, including food, climate change, health and curiosity-driven innovation and discovery at UC Davis. Hosted by Amy Quinton and Kat Kerlin.

Shark Tales

NBC10 Boston

NBC10 Boston has teamed up with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy to bring you a series that explores the world of sharks in New England.

The Atomic Show

Rod Adams - Atomic Insights

Atomic Show #295 – Liz Muller, Co-founder and CEO of Deep Isolation

Liz Muller, CEO Deep Isolation

Deep Isolation is a young company developing solutions for "the nuclear waste issue." They have built their solution option based on highly developed technologies used in the oil and gas drilling sector.

Several decades ago, after discussing and evaluating several options, the world's scientific and political communities came to a general consensus around the notion that certain categories of byproducts from nuclear technologies in power, industry, medicine and defense should be permanently isolated from the human environment in deep geological formations.

Nearly all of the specific solution concepts evolving from that consensus involved large mined repositories. As envisioned in most countries, deep geologic repositories would be large enough to store a large portion of their waste. They planned to


Radio Wolfgang

8: Episode 100: The Invisible Man

Will we ever be able to turn invisible? The idea of magically disappearing has fascinated humanity for centuries. Once dismissed as impossible, a promising new wave of technologies could bring this dream one step closer to reality. Rick and Michael wrap up in bandages and plunge into HG Wells’ seminal work: The Invisible Man. Featuring Professor Sir John PendryProduced by Eli BlockSources: See for privacy and opt-out information.

BioTA Podcast

J. Phil Gibson

The name of this podcast comes from the Greek word meaning life. It’s also an acronym for the full name of the podcast, Biology Through Audio. My goal is to introduce listeners to biology in a way that helps them understand, explain, compare, and evaluate different biological phenomena that we encounter every day. To do this, I’ll draw from current events, past events, and what I think are some really interesting biological examples. At the end of each episode, you’ll find supporting references and additional resources in case you want to explore further.

Real Science Radio

Bob Enyart

Welcome to Real Science Radio with co-hosts Bob Enyart and Fred Williams who talk about science to debunk evolution and to show the evidence for the creator God including from biology, geology, astronomy, and physics. (For example, mutations will give you bad legs long before you'd get good wings.) Not only do we get to debate Darwinists and atheists like Lawrence Krauss, AronRa, and Eugenie Scott, and easily take potshots from popular evolutionists like PZ Myers, Phil Plait, and Jerry Coyne, but we also occasionally interview the outstanding scientists who dare to challenge today's accepted creed that nothing created everything.

Walkabout the Galaxy

Joshua Colwell, Adrienne Dove, and James Cooney

An irreverent and informative tour of the latest, greatest, and most interesting discoveries in astronomy.





The Mike Nowak Show

Mike Nowak

Mike and Peggy cover ever a little bit of everything green under the sun—the environment, gardening, local food, sustainable living and more—in a style that is casual, accessible, entertaining, informative and fun.

Synapsen. Ein Wissenschaftspodcast von NDR Info

NDR Info

#1#4 SCIENCE SLAM Samir Salameh: Faszination für Zigarettenrauch

Was haben Schokolade und Rauch gemeinsam? Der Nanotechnologe Samir Salameh erklärt die Sache mit den Aerosolen.


鈴木 紀之(昆虫生態学者)



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鈴木 紀之(高知大学・農林海洋科学部・准教授)
いずみ じゅんき(高知大学・農林海洋科学部・学生)
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The Funeral Science Podcast

Ben Schmidt

The Funeral Science Podcast is a podcast about funeral science.

The Regenerative Agroforestry Podcast

Dimitri Tsitos & Etienne Compagnon

#33 Perennial polycultures and a 500 acre landlord driven agroforestry conversion with Scott and Sandy Williams

Scott and Sandy Williams got involved in farming after acquiring 500 acres of productive land in Illinois, USA. After meeting the Savannah Institute, they were inspired to transition their land towards conservation agriculture, with a keen interest in agroforestry systems. This interviews delves into the 17 acre perennial polyculture project they planted 5 years ago, and explores how they collaborate with their farmer tenant to implement extensive silvopasture, windbreaks and riparian buffers. Whilst we often see the perspective of the farm manager, it is fascinating to understand how dedicated landlords work to implement agroforestry practices. TABLE OF CONTENTS02:10 Story of the Williams siblings and the farm 07:05 The perennial polyculture project 18:45 Objectives and economic strategy of the project 33:05 Learning how to farm 37:05 Mechanisa