Chemistry For Your Life

Melissa and Jam

Fall Mini 04 - Icebreakers

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

The Episodic Table of Elements

T. R. Appleton

89. Actinium: The Windup… And The Pitchblende

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

The Eco Well podcast


Interview with Dr Jen Gunter: Falsehoods of Feminine Hygiene

This week’s episode featured Canada’s favorite OBGYN and a scicomm idol for me, Dr Jen Gunter, helping us navigate the world of women’s intimate hygiene. Some quick take homes: purity culture dominates this space, your vagina does not have lungs and the colour of your underwear is irrelevant. ALSO - menopausal beauty is a scam. Enjoy the show! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at

Materialism: A Materials Science Podcast

Taylor Sparks and Andrew Falkowski

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. […]

Dose Makes The Poison: The Toxcast

Kevin G. Shanks

Quick Bites: The Age Old Question: Is It Venomous or Poisonous?

Welcome to episode 18 of The Toxcast. It's our second ever quick bites episode where I talk about the age old question - is it venomous or poisonous?
Intro music is Psychedelic Mushrooms by T Morri.
Run Away audio clip is from my personal copy of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I do not own the licenses or copyright for it.

Chemistry in its element

Chemistry World

Batteries: The bedrock of the sustainable future

In this special podcast produced in partnership with Waters Corporation, find out how understanding the chemistry and materials that go into batteries marks the first step towards making them safer and increasing energy density, and unlocks new opportunities for reuse and recycling

Bringing Chemistry to Life

Thermo Fisher Scientific

The chemical immunology revolution

Visit to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and to access our episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest.Dr. Lingyin Li is strong and determined and smart and brave. She knows that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger and that challenges are just steps towards success. While she survived her fight with cancer, many people don’t. Her biochemistry research, however, is as brave as she is and offers the promise to revolutionize cancer treatment. This new way of thinking overcomes the limitations of the two main therapeutic approaches: the general toxicity of chemotherapy and the drug resistance of targeted therapy.Lingying’s study of the cGAMP cascade is as new as it is disruptive, offering a completely new perspective on how we could use chemistry to activate our own

Clinical Chemistry Podcast

American Association for Clinical Chemistry

Audio Summary December 2021

Stereo Chemistry

Chemical & Engineering News

David Liu and Stuart Schreiber on the science that motivates, fascinates, and tells us who we are

What motivates a creative scientific mind? How does an accomplished scientist pinpoint new subjects to explore? How is the field of chemical biology evolving? In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, we probe those questions with scientists and serial entrepreneurs David Liu and Stuart Schreiber, both pioneers in developing tools that use chemistry to explore biology. A transcript of this episode and links to past C&EN coverage of David Liu and Stuart Schreiber are available at Read Stuart Schreiber’s Harvard Magazine article about discovering his family’s secrets at Sign up for C&EN’s weekly newsletter at Image credit: Will Ludwig/C&EN/Beam Therapeutics/Stuart Schreiber


Fuse FM Podcasts

S1E9 - Episode #9 - Mercury

Joe and Fergus chat about all things mercury and find that there's much more to it than just thermometers!

It's been used since ancient times - some thought it was the key to eternal life, despite its poisonous nature.

Find out more in this week's episode.

Pharm to Table

LC Campeau & Dani Schultz

Snack: #TLCchat with Cecilia Bottecchia, photoflow award winner

ChemTwitter told us it takes 3 minutes to run a TLC plate, so today we‘re brining you 3 good minutes with Cecilia Bottecchia, Senior Scientist in Flow Chemistry group. Cecilia joined #MerckChemistry a little >2 years ago bringing her flow experience to Merck and immediately having an impact  (Google Scholar). She was recently the co-recipient of the Peter Dunn Green Chemistry Award for the development of a greener manufacturing process featuring a photo-flow bromination. We discuss her experience as a new scientist at Merck, her award and answer the real important questions, like: Does pineapple belong on pizza?!
Register for C&EN's write-up of the Peter Dunn award see:
Follow Cecilia on Twitter - @cecibottecchia
Follow the Pharm to Table podcast on Twitter - @PharmToTablePod
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Chemistry Made Simple

Matthew Macariou

Helping you understand chemistry topics from A-Level and Advanced Higher. If you want to demystify chemistry, yearn for a simpler explanation and want to hear all the tips that will help you at exam time you're at the right place. I'm a chemistry tutor who is used to explaining chemistry in simpler terms, and I love to use an analogy to help with the understanding. Each episode tackles a topic, explaining it as simply as possible - well it is chemistry! The end of episode summary will make sure you have useful takeaways to help you on your way. There's a download available to accompany many of the episodes too.

Cowboy Chemistry

Dylan Gardner

Chemistry as a discipline has a reputation to the public of being boring, hard to understand, and dry. However, there are both people and experiments that changed history. We will cover laboratory and industrial accidents, cases of fraud like Jan Hendrik Schön, and the man that has caused more harm to earth’s atmosphere than any other single organism Thomas Midgley Jr. We will talk about the greatest chemists and their lives from Marie Curie to Rosalind Franklin to Neils Bohr to Glenn Seaborg. The Chemistry of everyday things like medications, tattoo ink, soaps and cleaners, cosmetics, sunscreen, and more! Join us for Cowboy Chemistry!

Science History Podcast

Frank A. von Hippel

Episode 50. Space & the Sixties: Neil Maher

The 60s hosted the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union, which occurred in the midst of the Vietnam War, the Cold War, and civil unrest. How did the culture wars of the 1960s relate to the space race, especially in the United States? How did the Civil Rights Movement, the New Left, environmentalism, the women’s movement, and the Hippie counterculture influence NASA, and vice versa? With us to answer these questions is Neil Maher. Neil received a B.A. in history from Dartmouth College in 1986, an MA in U.S. history from New York University in 1997, and a Ph.D. in history, also from New York University, in 2001. He is a professor of history in the Federated History Department at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University, Newark, where he teaches environmental history, political history, and the history of environmental justice. Neil has received numerous fellowships, awards, and grants fro

Rule Your Pool

Orenda Technologies

Water Chemistry Testing: 101

00:00 - Intro - Joe's back!01:44 - Water chemistry testing is important because without it, managing swimming pools well becomes impossible.05:55 - Water testing is not difficult, but it takes practice and some effort to get good at it. It helps to keep a log of your test results!06:31 - How often should you test? It depends on the factor(s), but some should be every week, other should be once a month. Free chlorine may be a few times a week in some cases.13:10 - If you track your results, managing your pool becomes easier because you will notice some trends and you can predict where your water will go.15:36 - There's one more factor that isn't measured with a test kit that is very important: water temperature.20:17 - There are many different ways to test the water. What type of kit is right for you?24:00 - Take care of your test kit! Store it right, clean it, follow instructions, calibrate electronics (if applicable), and don't let reagents expi

Natural Prodcast


Natural Prodcast is a podcast about natural products and the science and scientists of secondary metabolism. Natural products, secondary metabolites, specialized metabolites -- whatever you want to call them, they're the chemicals that make species unique and different from one another, and are incredibly important to medicine, the environment, and human health. Join hosts Dan Udwary and Alison Takemura as they introduce concepts in this exciting field, and talk to the fascinating and entertaining scientists who work in it. This series brought to you by the US Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute.


The American Chemical Society

Bacteria are cleaning up our toxic waste | Orbitals 410

Bacteria often get a bad rap, which is fair—they are responsible for diseases like strep throat, pneumonia, and tuberculosis, and antibiotic resistance is a legitimate threat to humanity's existence. But some bacteria might actually save lives by cleaning up things like massive oil spills and radioactive waste. Featuring Dr. Cara Santelli.

Activation Energy

Selma Duhovic

Discussions about climate change, energy, sustainability, innovation from a chemistry perspective

Chemistry in Everyday Life

Johannes Vogel

Chemistry in Everyday Life is a podcast that aims to explain the fascinating world of chemistry to lay people with the help of common examples encountered all around us.

The Modern Extractor

Jason Showard

Bonus E11 - More Interviews From The Extraction Expo 2021 Show Floor

More interviews from The Modern Extractor booth on the floor of The Extraction Expo 2021. In this episode we talk to Luke Costello of Mach Technologies, Celeste Miranda of Mace Media Group, Brandon Bahr of Simple Solvents, Stephanie Salas of High Precision Gas, Lexis Shontz of Solvent Direct, Chris Lively of KNF Neuberger, and Andrew Yoon of Extractor Depot.

Safer Chemicals Podcast

European Chemicals Agency

Making tattoos and permanent make-up safer

Tattoos are a popular form of body art – at least 12 % of Europeans have them. In the 18-35 age group, twice as many are likely to have a tattoo.The health risks of using dirty needles to inject the inks have been under scrutiny for a long time. Now, their chemical-related concerns have also been analysed and their risks have been regulated at the EU level.To protect European citizens, thousands of hazardous chemicals found in tattoo inks and permanent make-up are restricted in the EU under the REACH Regulation from January 2022.The restriction covers, for example, chemicals that cause cancer or genetic mutations and chemicals that are toxic to reproduction as well as skin sensitisers and irritants.In this episode, you will be hearing from a toxicologist, dermatologist, and tattoo artist who talk about the negative health effects of harmful chemicals used in inks and how restricting their use impacts the tattooing and permanent make

Amino acids

Allison Brenner

Amino acids

iBiology Videos


Decoding Brain Tumors with Extracellular Vesicles: Cumba García

Solid tumors, such as those in the brain, can be deadly when they expand or spread to other parts of the body. Before they spread, tumors send out molecular messages within small membranous structures known as extracellular vesicles (EVs). The proteins and small non-coding RNAs inside EVs can help tumors evade the immune system and seed new sites of growth. In this Share Your Research talk, Dr. Luz Cumba García describes her thesis research on extracellular vesicles released by aggressive brain cancers called glioblastoma. Dr. Cumba García’s work helps scientists understand the EV profiles of different glioma subtypes, as well as how the messages inside EVs help them shut off the immune system.  



thyssenkrupp’s strides in the green H2 revolution

This episode of H2TechTalk features an engaging discussion with Dr. Christoph Noeres, Head of Green Hydrogen, thyssenkrupp, wherein we discuss the global focus on green H2 in deep decarbonization of our industries, the futuristic vision for hydrogen as fuel, and thyssenkrupp’s recent strides in green hydrogen projects. Dr. Noeres also talks about the key focus items for cost competitive green hydrogen, the company’s continued R&D interest in electrolyzer technology, and the accelerated scale up of green H2 projects from kW to near 100 MW projects in the past years.

100% Hydrogen


In this episode we are talking about the wonderful element Hydrogen. Did you know that Hydrogen had to be “created” by three scientists? Want to know how that’s possible? Listen here. ***sponsored podcast***

CMC Live - Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls

Meranda Parascandola, Ed Narke

025 - The Parenteral Drug Association & Evolution of Drug Development with Michael Carroll

What We Covered00:55 – Ed, Meranda and Brian welcome today’s guest, Mike Carroll, who speaks to his background in microbiology and product development  04:28 – Mike talks about his involvement in the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA)  07:51 – Lessons Mike has learned throughout his career and expounds on the relevance of PDA technical reports  15:03 – The evolution of regulatory approvals in the pharmaceutical industry  17:34 – Mike describes the influence of the PDA today, given the pandemic  20:18 – Mike explains a typical day working in microbiology and quality control and assurance23:11 – The pressure of working in pharmaceutical drug development and final comments from Mike  Tweetable Quotes“The PDA was kind of the bridge. It’s the Parenteral Drug Association – its focus is sterile injectable product. But it’s into all kinds of different things.” “The biggest things that are m

EYCN Podcast - Chemistry To Your Ears

European Young Chemists' Network

Learn more about interesting chemistry related topics from interviews with young professionals and professors. Also hear something about the latest news in science in general.

Escuta a Ciência!

Leticia Sarturi

Com áudios um pouco maiores dos que usamos no whatsapp e feito pela professora Dra. Leticia Sarturi, o "Escuta a Ciência!" é um podcast de ciência baseado em artigos científicos e memes, feito como vacina para o obscurantismo. 

It's a Material World | Materials Science Podcast

Punith Upadhya and David Yeh

"It's a Material World" is a podcast that uncovers why materials science will change the world. We explore how materials are engineered to make an impact all around you and how they will play an even bigger role in your future. We also invite experts onto the show to share high-level insights on how MSE can make a difference in nearly any industry. The field of materials science and engineering is new and exciting, so hop on board now and you won't get left behind. For additional updates, soundbites, and bloopers, follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @itsamaterialworldpodcast. Feel free to connect with Tom Miller and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn as well! We'd love to chat with you to discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, what you'd like to see from our podcast, and how to get more involved in the field of materials science and engineering.

Chemistry Of Your Life Podcast


A podcast helping you understand the chemistry of your everyday life. Support this podcast:

Voices In Validation

IVT Network

Ruggedness of Visible Residue Limits for Cleaning Validation

This week, Stacey chats with Rich Forsyth about understanding the results of testing, and reproducibility of test results under varying conditions allows for consistency across teams and lessens the risk of error in cleaning validation activities. Visual inspection of equipment has always been an important element of the cleaning validation program. Establishing visible residue limits is extremely valuable in setting a baseline for cleanliness, highlighting viewing conditions, and defining a methodology for performing routine checks on cleaning validation procedures.

Resources for this episode:

Richard J. Forsyth; Ruggedness of Visible Residue Limits for Cleaning Validation, April 2, 2016, Pharmaceutical Technology

FDA Cleaning Validation Guideline from CFR 211.67

Questions and Answers on Current Good Manufacturing Practices—Equipment

EMA Cleaning Validation Gu

The Coefficient Life


Welcome to the Coefficient Life. Former MIT Nuclear Engineer, Health Physics, Nuclear Energy and Nuclear Medicine expert Kenneth Brooks Ph.D, DABR and entrepreneur and scientific layman, Anthony Salamon, discuss todays biggest questions from the forefront of science, with the scientists trying to answer them.


研究者レン & OLエマ

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神田大介さん (Twitter:

サイバー攻撃の話→#461 サイバー事件簿④ 三菱を襲った中国系ハッカー集団、「マジメ勤務」のギャップ (ニュースの現場から) Apple Spotify
今年のまとめ的エピソード→あなたが選ぶ今年のベスト回は? 人気のエピソードをふり返ってみた #51-10 (MEDIA TALK) Apple Spotify




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作品名: SciEnTALK/サイエントーク
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20 Minutes A Day


Experiential Education with Dr. Bakarr Kanu

Colin speaks with Dr. Bakarr Kanu of Winston Salem State University. Dr. Kanu has developed a study abroad program for STEM majors built around undergraduate research and service-learning.

Plastics Unwrapped


Reducing the Carbon Footprint for Plastics

This episode delves into the need to reduce CO2 emissions in the plastics industry and how Dow is working towards producing circular plastics with a lower CO2 footprint. Marco Ten Bruggencate is joined by Howard Chase and Erika Sánchez Garrido, from Dow, and Kaj Embren, a sustainable development expert. They discuss why the decade between 2020 to 2030 is crucial in terms climate protection and how ‘The Greta effect’ has caused public consciousness around CO2 levels to grow, sparking a rise in demand for industry action. Key discussion points include: Dow's partnership with Shell to transform furnaces and electrify energy (07:04-07:30)How The EU Green deal is encouraging and enabling innovation (10:36-11:02)The need for education to meet the low carbon economy goals (27:44 – 28:11)

Pharm to Table

LC Campeau & Dani Schultz

A podcast hosted by L.-C. Campeau and Dani Schultz that dives into the stories about the people behind the chemistry and science that happens at #MerckChemistry. Follow us on Twitter at @PharmToTablePod, @DrLCSquare, @danithechemist Email us comments and suggestions at

Modern Chemistry Podcast

Paul Orange Ph.D.

Monica Perez-Temprano – The building blocks of catalysis.

Monica Is a group leader at ICIQ (Institut Català d’Investigació Química / Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia), Tarragona, Spain. Her group focuses on the ‘Development of new chemical transformations: From organometallic mechanistic studies to catalysis’. Prior to her current position, Monica conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, which followed awarding of her Ph.D. from the University of Valladolid, Spain – where she also earnt her B.Sc. and M.Sc.In 2018, Monica was selected as one of the ‘Talented 12’ by Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), the weekly newsmagazine of the American Chemical Society (ACS). She is also involved in outreach activities to increase the visibility of women in Science. You will hear the following terms used during the interview. I've included some descriptions here. NMR – Nuclear Magnetic Resonance subjects samples to a strong magnetic fields

Exploring Analytical Science

Agilent Technologies LDA UK Limited

Episode 1: The Agilent Measurement Suite

Radio Kimiagar

انجمن علمی شیمی و نفت شهید بهشتی

رادیو کیمیاگر پادکستی از جذابیت های دنیای شیمی تحت نظر انجمن علمی دانشگاه شهید بهشتی

Chemistry World Podcast

Chemistry World

Join the Chemistry World team for interviews, news and in-depth discussions of issues facing the chemistry community. Get in touch with your thoughts by tweeting @ChemistryWorld

ELEMENTary – a BASF podcast

Mona Riemenschneider und Jan-Lukas Kleinschmidt

„Die revolutionierende Erfindung“: 70 Jahre Styropor®

Durch Zufall entdeckt, heute unabdingbar für Isolierungen: Vor 70 Jahren wurde das erste Patent für Styropor® angemeldet. Zum Geburtstags der Jahrhunderterfindung sprechen wir mit drei Gästen: Thomas Breda erzählt über die Anfänge und seine Zeit bei BASF im Team von Fritz Stastny, dem Erfinder von Styropor. Andreas Keller, Teamleiter Technical Business Development EPS und XPS bei BASF, spricht über die Weiterentwicklung Neopor®, die eine noch höhere Dämmleistung als das Original aufweist. Zuletzt reden wir mit Verena Reichenecker, Geschäftsführerin der Storopack GmbH, über die Zusammenarbeit mit BASF, u.a. zum Thema Recycling.

Chemistry World Book Club

Chemistry World

Book club – Murder isn’t Easy

In this episode, we’re delving deep into the science of one of the best-selling fiction writers of all times: Agatha Christie. We look for evidence of her pioneering forensic writing with Murder Isn’t Easy: The Forensics of Agatha Christie, the second book by pathology technician and medical historian Carla Valentine. At a time when there was no internet and the word ‘forensics’ didn’t even exist yet, Christie managed to stay up to date with the latest scientific advances as well as real-life cases — all of which inspired her clever plots and twisting tales. Together with special guests Raychelle Burks and Kathryn Harkup (both huge Christie fans) we consider Christie’s knack for science communication as well as her problematic selection of stereotyped characters.

Check your beer

Amy and Julie

A podcast about quality control in the brewery

iBiology Videos (Audio Only)


iBiology Videos features iBioSeminars, Famous Discovery Talks, Conversations in Science, Background to Breakthrough, and plenty of other great science videos. iBiology is a non-profit organization that provides free video content by the world's leading scientists that show the process of science and the wonders of discovery. Learn more about us at

My Fave Queer Chemist

Bec Roldan & Geraldo Duran

Chemistry! Queerness! The Trials and Tribulations of Graduate School! MFQC spills the tea on it all. Join Bec and Geraldo each week as they interview LGBTQ+ chemists on their research interests and experiences with identity, challenges, and achievements in the chemistry field. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll learn all the ins and outs of queer culture. Follow us on twitter at @MFQCPod or send us an email at

The Ask Joe Powder Powdcast

The Ask Joe Powder Powdcast

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. […]

Geladen - der Batteriepodcast

Daniel Messling, Patrick Rosen

Patrick Rosen und Daniel Messling sprechen mit Forscher*innen über Batteriethemen, Elektromobilität und Energiewende. Der Podcast wird produziert vom Helmholtz-Institut Ulm (HIU), dem Exzellenzcluster POLiS, CELEST und dem Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT).

Radium Information

Vanessa Diaz-Peña

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. […]

Disrupting PFAS

Woodard & Curran

The Disrupting PFAS Podcast highlights cutting-edge PFAS innovations and innovators in a compact, digestible, and entertaining format for Environmental Managers and Technologists responsible for confronting the intractable problem of PFAS.

The Toxpod

Tim Scott & Peter Stockham

Coming to Africa

We tell the story of the TIAFT2020 conference in Capetown, South Africa - a conference that never actually happened. Thanks to Alicia Evans, Bronwen Davies, Lorna Martin, Marc LeBeau, Simon Elliott, Dimitri Gerostamoulos and Michaela Kenneally for taking part in this episode. Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.orgFind out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.

Plastic. Climate. Future.

Mat Wielopolski & John Sewell

Plastic. Climate. Future. enables engagement among industry members, climate activists, innovators, and the rest of world (the general public) to ultimately achieve positive changes related to plastic and the climate. In their podcast, Mat & John host guests from these groups of stakeholders and talk about their views, activities and opinions to foster trustful communication and learn from each other. Check out more at

In the Active Site

Christoph Winkler and Mathias Pickl

This podcast by Mathias Pickl and Christoph Winkler officially accompanies the Biotrans 2021 conference in Graz. Meet here the scientists who were invited to give a lecture at the meeting and are among the brightest minds in the field. Talking science without graphical aids gives a unique opportunity to address a broader perspective and to get to know the researchers in a new way. (The Podcast "In the Active Site" is released under a CC-BY license)

Formula Girls

Formula Girls

88: #1061 Smooth & Shine Conditioner (Palm-Free)

Molly and Christine discuss this two-phase conditioner that's loaded up with nourishing oils, a palm-free conditioning aid and Quaternium-80 for silky locks and enhanced shine. Doesn't weigh down hair or make it greasy and features an all-new nature-scented fragrance!  Also great for coarser or curly hair.


Henry Powell-Davies and Medina Afandiyeva

13. The Wikipedia Queen with Dr. Jess Wade

In this episode, we're chatting with Dr. Jess Wade (BEM, @jesswade on Twitter), an Imperial College Research Fellow at Imperial College London investigating spin selective charge transport through chiral systems in the Department of Materials. 
We hear all about her journey to creating Wikipedia articles for improving visibility of women in STEM and how become increasingly interested in Raman spectroscopy as part of her research (and enjoying Ramen too!). Beyond her research, we discuss the importance of a supportive lab culture and what it takes to be a great colleague or lab-mate. We also hear about how much she enjoys art and the importance it can play in fostering critical thinking and scientific creativity from a young age.
If you have ideas for new podcast topics or would like to be a guest on a future episode, then please reach out to us!
On Twitter: @ChemConvosPod
Or email us:

The Analytical Wavelength


A podcast about chemical knowledge and data in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and related industries brought to you by ACD/Labs. Hosts Charis Lam and Jesse Harris will introduce you to a wide range of experts who are shaping the future of the chemical industry.

The Dog House Unchained

Pup Washington

This is a podcast for those of us who struggle. The Dog House Unchained is for those who just want someone who cares. This isn't a political debate though there may be times when those take place, but rather a space where the mind is encouraged to wander and elevate. This is about life, sports, and whatever else my audience may want it to be about. Support this podcast:

No Filter with Kobo

Kobo Products, Inc.

Unfiltered information on all topics related to the cosmetic and personal care industries such as the latest trends, innovative ingredients, formulation tips, regulations, expert interviews and much, much more.

The Periodic Fable

Cameron & Hallam

Welcome to The Periodic Fable, the podcast where we take a dive into the world of chemistry with Cameron & Hallam. In The Periodic Fable, we want to take complex chemistry related topics in society and the media today, humanize them and make them easy to understand. We want to have discussions about all things chemistry, whether that's the world of sustainability and cleaner living, to careers in the chemical industry.Joining us on the podcast are champions of industry who may be very junior in their careers and wanting to create change from within, to senior careerists who've got a wealth of experience. We want our guests to come on and give their side of the chemical story. We want to use this space to inform and inspire. Whether you're considering a chemical career, or whether you just want to learn more about the world of science & chemistry, The Periodic Fable will be a space for you.


Cooper Evans

Addiction. And all that comes with that aside from getting sober....

Chemistry is everywhere

ton van oeffel

A podcast about chemistry in our daily lives and in the world around us

A Material Point of View

Vinícius Aranda

In this podcast, Vinnie will talk about Materials Science, Materials Engeering focused on Metallurgy, Materials micro/nano properties and features which lead to the macro-ones. He is a Materials Engineer Graduated from the Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) - Brazil. He is currently a master's student at UFScar. Don't forget to follow the Podcast on Instagram: E-mail:

Stuff Matters


Tune in to hear the rising Chemist Mark talk science! Hear some news, a fun fact, and the topic of every episode! Keeping it close to Chem, Mark will talk about the history, books, or questions related to his favorite field of study. Follow @_stuffmatters on twitter for updates, and @andmoremark2 on instagram for photos! Got a critique, question, or topic idea? Feel free to email


The ChemTalk Team

ChemTalk ( is a brand-new non-profit, whose mission is to make chemistry more fun, easier to learn, and more accessible to people around the world - in the safest manner possible and also to be perceived in a more positive way. On our podcast, we interview chemists, scientists, and educators from across the globe who show the many career paths that involve chemistry, and how a love for chemistry can manifest itself in many unique ways.

Spectral Stories From The North | Les histoires spectrales nordiques

Agilent Canadian Spectroscopy Team

A spectral conversation, from Canadian to Canadians and open to the world | Une conversation spectrale, de canadiens à canadiens et ouverte au monde entier


Jack 傑克

EP67. 傑克確診?斷食增加免疫力?運動可以防止神經退化?

先來跟大家分享我確診的故事~在分享兩則新聞!!! *第一則新聞:餓肚子增加免疫力? ( *第二則新聞: 運動可以防止神經退化? ( 在節目的最後我有想到一個新的跟聽眾互動的方式,那就是在每集節目的結尾丟出一個問題給觀眾,讓你們腦力激盪一下,可以到IG科學十分鐘跟我說你們的想法或是自己記得,我們在下一集的開頭跟大家討論!!!  這集的問題是,你覺得基因突變是隨機的嗎? 還是有計畫的基因突變造成我們的進化呢?  #podcast #science #科普 #科學 #播客 #病毒 #omicron #變種病毒 #covid #delta #疫苗 #確診 #神經 #大腦 #臨床研究 #斷食 #168 #癌症 #秘密 #被討厭的勇氣 #推薦 #病毒免疫 #科學 #科學十分鐘 文案:Jack Music Provided by:, chill hop music, BGMstation Graph Designed by: Jack Ho by Canvas Background Music Remix Edited by Jack Ho Support this show: Leave a comment and share your thoughts: Powered by Firstory Hosting


Lucy Yang

Some of the best scientific collaborations and ideas were born over a cup of tea or coffee. Join us for a virtual teatime as we discuss the ups and downs of one's journey to a scientific career, the "tea" of overcoming inevitable failure, with a splash exciting research endeavors.

From Lab to Leader

Matthew Kersey

Interview Hatthaya Arunothayanan with Matt Kersey From Lab To Leader

Interview Hatthaya Arunothayanan with Matt Kersey From Lab To Leader

Careers in Analytical Chemistry (CHY213)

Darius Rackus

Informational interviews with people working with or in the field of analytical chemistry. This podcast supplements CHY 213 at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.

in-cosmetics Connect


Entenda como a indústria 4.0 mudará o setor de beleza e cuidados pessoais

Vamos desmistificar o conceito e entender como os processos de automação industrial, potencializados pelas tecnologias digitais, tem influenciado a indústria da beleza e cuidados pessoais. 

Chemocast | کموکست

Chemocast Team

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. […]


Sociedade Brasileira de Química

A Sociedade Brasileira de Química é uma das principais sociedades científicas da América Latina, e representa os pesquisadores, professores e estudantes de química e áreas correlatas no Brasil. A SBQ mantém periódicos científicos, eventos científicos, 13 divisões científicas e 22 secretarias regionais no País. Conheça: Coordenação geral: Rossimiriam P. Freitas; Produção e Apresentação: Mario Henrique Viana; Edição de Áudio: Bruno Mello e Souza; Finalização: Rosangela Fernandes. #quimica #pesquisa #educação #inovação #tecnologia #saúde #qualidadedevida

The Goeppert Mayer Gauge

Jay Foley and Dugan Hayes

Episode 14: The Stern-Gerlach Experiment

This month is more Back 2 Basics as we discuss the famous Stern-Gerlach experiment. In addition to the classic version, we contemplate thought experiments, photonic analogs, spin pedagogy, cigar smoke, Nobel Prizes, interpretations of quantum mechanics, God, and approximately infinite universes. Did I miss anything?

ChemArt: Exploring the Art & Science of the Chemical Industry


EP4: Partnering with Higher Education

The conversation includes:2:18: A brief history of Dalton State College and their new facilities4:37: New opportunities and technologies for the 2021-22 school year8:04: The different curriculum at Dalton State College12:25: How SCT and Dalton State College are preparing the next generation of chemists18:14: How Dalton State College is addressing the needs of the chemical industry20:10: How to come into the chemical workforce prepared for a careerThank you to Kaley and Randall for joining us! For information regarding potential internships or partnering with Dalton State College, reach out to Dr. Griffus at

Mentes Covalentes

Clara García y Hugo Quintela

Mentes Covalentes es un podcast de divulgación de Química y Neurociencia dirigido y presentado por Hugo Quintela y Clara García. Cada 15 días, Hugo y Clara juntarán sus mentes para charlar sobre temas diversos desde dos perspectivas diferentes pero complementarias, la de un químico y una neurocientífica.


Johannes Vogel

Ein Wissenschaftspodcast, der Laien die faszinierende Welt der Chemie an Alltagsbeispielen erklärt.

Brightlands Materials Center

Brightlands Materials Center

The world is changing rapidly. Major challenges in the fields of energy, mobility, health and living are ahead of us. Brightlands Materials Center offers its scientific excellence and its innovation power to meet these global challenges. Especially sustainable and circular materials can tackle global energy needs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase recycling of materials. In this podcast series we will share some of our research and development highlights with you. We will tell you more about our innovative technologies and their impact on society.Brightlands Materials Center is a joint initiative of TNO and the Province of Limburg.


Loriene Mandu Lopes


پادکست های آکادمی درخشش شیمی

Mohadese Mkp

? پنجمین پادکست آکادمی درخشش شیمی ?

پنجمین پادکست کانال آکادمی درخشش شیمی منتشر شد?
مبحث شیمی آلی پایه شیمی کنکورتونه و یکی از تست خیز ترین و چالشی ترین مباحث کنکوریه که توانایی تست ترکیبی با هر موضوع دیگه ای از شیمی‌ رو داره?
چی بهتر از یه پادکست خفنننننن ک همه نکات مهم تست های کنکور اولین گروه هیدروکربن ها یعنی آلکان هارو بهتون یاد بده و براتون جمع بندی کنه?
این قسمت دوم دسته بندی هیدروکربناست و ادامه پادکست قبلیه ?
منتظر قسمت آخرش باشین ?

Les Dessous de la Cosmétique

Julie Magand Castel

Les Dessous de la Cosmétique c'est votre podcast qui vous dévoile et vous explique le monde de la cosmétique. Julie Magand Castel, chimiste, biologiste et cosmétologue spécialisée en cosmétique naturelle vous donne rendez vous tous les samedis pour que vous en sachiez plus sur les ingrédients que composent vos cosmétiques, sur les différents acteurs de l'industrie, sur la réglementation cosmétique et sur les différents tests faits sur les cosmétiques. Site de Mastel :

Let's Hear It From Vitamin C

huda fathima

Vitamin c

Meet Minerva, The Microbiologist

Meet Minerva, The Microbiologist

RSV Abstract & Eve Quinn interviews Minerva A. Garcia

Welcome all to my show, Meet Minerva the Microbiologist. My name is Minerva A. Garcia. I am currently the Associate Director of Microbiology at Jacobi Medical Center New York City health and hospitals corporation. I am your microbiologist.  Now again microbiology with the microbes welcomes you in and so does poetry, with creative lines In […]
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Faith's Checkbook by C. H. Spurgeon

96.2 Follow Jesus Radio

Selections from Faith's Checkbook by C. H. Spurgeon.

Ley de gay lussac

Emiliano Jiménez Mtz

Ley de gay lussac

Immersive Chemistry Podcast

Tim Gallagher

The Immersive Chemistry Podcast examines the intersection of chemistry, chemical engineering, game design, educational sciences and technology. In each episode we explore the impact of immersive learning research on these fields through interviews and discussion.

Ve Mahi Song Female Version Cover By Harshita Tripathi


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✨The song brings peace to the heart, it is a very good song,. I loved it so. I have tried to sing, I hope you all like the song. ??. ?ਹਰਸ਼ਿਤਾ ਤ੍ਰਿਪਾਠੀ ?



Ask Ozone : Why does ice float on water?

We all know the Titanic, the ship that sank because of the floating ice.
Imagine if water was like other substances and that its solid form doesn’t float on its liquid form. Such accidents wouldn’t have happened in history. But also, the floating ice was a blessing to marine animals and people living in the freezing places.
This takes us to the famous question: Why does ice float on water and not the opposite?
With ASK OZONE we will answer this chemistry-related question and understand the special thing about water molecules.
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Acids Bases And Salts Episode 1 By Anshu Kaushik

anshu kaushik

Introduction to acids and bases, their physical properties and acid-base indicators

Dr.Meera A.P

Dr. Meera A.P

Voice clips of lecture


Homa Amini

درباره پیدایش شیمی و جدول تناوبی وکنکور ارشد و تست

Advanced Materials Solutions

DSM Subject Matter Experts, Michael Kriek, Candace Roulo

How does a fishing net end up in your smart device?

Tune in to Episode 4 of the ‘Climate Change with Net Zero Homes’ podcast with host YiFu Qi, executive vice president of the Global Home & Distribution division at Schneider Electric, as he sits down with Helen Mets, executive vice president of Engineering Materials at DSM, to find out how recycled fishing nets end up in our smart devices at home. Learn how Schneider and DSM Engineering Materials have revolutionized using recycled plastic in smart technology.

Stoichiometry and mole concept


It entails more on stoichiometry and mole concept

English Practice

Melany Nur intan


Aprendiendo Con Virobio

Pablo Fregoso Jiménez

Aprenderemos de salud a mano de la Bioquímica

Taiwan ChemBro-台灣化工超男子偶像團體 聊化工化學兼著聊音樂

Taiwan ChemBro-台灣化工超男子偶像團體 aka 台化超偶

EP24-被M脫殼專訪 feat. 羅仙 (下)

現場演出、演奏質與量、爵士檢察官、JAM和OPEN JAM之無所不聊



Vše o alchymii a chemii - lidech, místech a historii All about alchemy and chemistry - people, places and history

ماري كوري (دانشمند)

Sana Motamednia

بخش اول زندگينامه جذاب نلسون ماندالا را بتونن همراه باشيد نظراتهن خيلي برام مهمه

اگر ميخواهد با دشمنتان صلح كنيد بايد با او همكاري كنيد به اين ترتيب او ميشود همكارتان نلسون ماندلا ??

Bombillas fluorescentes


Podcast de la materia de química.

Element Podcast

Jaidah Daniels


Iiooookkuu my jbujnnkk



Nuclear chemistry

La Tabla Periodica A Través De La Argentina

Ignacio Lemir

Un recorrido por nuestro país y este icono de la ciencia.

Chemical Duo

Naobys Barreto

We talk all we can about chemistry

Chemistry 101 with Miss Shorter

Allaysia Shorter

Chemistry with Miss Shorter Ep02

This episode is about element symbols!!

Ciencia para escuchar


Ciencia en general

Behind the science


Ich rede hier über chemische Themen, viel Spaß

Mitos Y Realidades De La Energía Nuclear

Daniel Sampedro

Se habla sobre la energía nuclear, sus distintos métodos y lo bueno y lo malo de ella.

Can I check you for ticks?

Myranda Jean

Welcome to the wonderful world of ticks

Science With Amar K Roy

Amar k roy

Classification of solution With example.

Measured Science

LECO Corporation

A LECO Podcast


Marco Antonio Medina Rivera

Episodios actualizados de Bioquímica

Energía Nuclear

Maximiliano Ventura Boyzo Guerrero

Hablare de las desventajas y las ventajas de la energía nuclear

Interferon Beta

Amina Brown

Interferon beta is the last of the WHO's Covid-19 Solidarity trial candidates to get the Chemistry in its element treatment.

Spilling the ChemisTea

Rachael Hall

Be true to yourself with Christine Luscombe

This time I talk with Dr. Christine Luscombe the University of Washington, where she is the Campbell Career Development Endowed Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, now the interim chair of the department and also Professor of Chemistry. She will be leaving the US this fall to join the faculty of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. I enjoyed talking with her and I hope you enjoy hearing it!

What Is an Atom and How Do We Know?


What Is an Atom and How Do We Know? Are discussed with clear details

فصل اول شیمی دهم - عناصر رادیو اکتیو

لیلا صمدزاد

فصل اول شیمی دهم - عناصر رادیو اکتیو

کاربرد عناصر رادیو اکتیو


Ted Baker

The truth about science

Periodic Table of People

Niamh O'Mahoney

A podcast for young chemistry students of all ages and levels to explore the careers chemistry offers! Trick, tips and general advice for everyone with an interest in pursuing chemistry.

Molly Smith

Sarah smith

Chemistry and Covid-19

Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning

ProfitMax Chemical

The Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Podcast from ProfitMax Chemical. This podcast shares an array of concepts ranging from stewarding to training as well as defining and explaining the options and opportunities surrounding environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions. ProfitMax Chemical is a training and sales company distributing environmentally sensitive cleaning products and the education on how to use them. Our stewarding process offers cleaning and sanitizing solutions individualized for each business. ProfitMax Chemical aims to serve as an endurance resource providing inviting and clean locations for all their customers. *** © 2022 ProfitMax Chemical. All Rights Reserved ® ℗ *** ProfitMax Chemical *** Environmentally Sensitive Cleaning Solutions *** Abilene, Texas *** United States of America. *** *** Facebook: *** Twitter: *** Instagram: *** YouTube: ***