研エンの仲

Ryohei & Ayaka

#74 Explore & Exploit

「リピートしている好きなもの」がテーマの雑談回です。最後に少しだけ科学の話題も…?

コップ - 東洋佐々木ガラス ゾンビーグラス 360ml
箸 - 大黒工業 SPS製 リユース箸
タオル - 無印良品 パイル織り厚手ハンドタオル
メモ - mac のメモ帳
キーボード - HHKB Professional Type-S
マウス - Logicool G502
ゼリー - 九州旬食館 甘夏ゼリー

芋 - インカのめざめ

草 - 菜花
霊長類におけるグルタミン酸の旨味の起源 ―体の大きな霊長類は旨味感覚で葉の苦さを克服





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「研エンの仲」は、神経科学の研究者AyakaとソフトウェアエンジニアRyoheiの2人によるPodcastです。科学やエンジニアリング、日常の話題についても話しています。
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SciEnMANIA/サイエンマニア

研究者レン

55. 写真の楽しさと「ギルティ―が寄ってくる」について【写真家 マニマニウムさん 後編】

研究者×写真家の謎の異種格闘技、後編。カメラの種類や面白さ、枯れていくもの、どんな写真を撮るかについて。

【ゲスト】
Manimaniumさん (Twitter: https://twitter.com/manimanium)
Photographer https://potofu.me/manimanium
紹介記事 → https://fempass.today/article/929

iPhoneすごい。
成長するものと枯れていくもの
ハトが死んでいる話
どんな写真を撮っている?
ギルティ―について。


次回配信からは毎週月曜日の定期配信になります。

Twitter #サイエンマニア
SciEnMANIA公式サイト(おたよりフォーム)
SciEnTALK/サイエントークはこちら
1シーズン1人のゲスト形式で、各エピソードは一区切りのチャプターとしてご利用いただけます。
流し聞きする場合は、エピソードを古い順に並べ替えていただくとシームレスに聞くことができます。
BGM
only a little


NeuroRadio

NeuroRadio

#32 Emotional intent of a PD soon-to-be a PI

CaltechのDavid Andersonラボのポスドクで、最近Johns Hopkinsの独立ポジションを確保された苅郷友美さん(@TomomiKarigo)にお越しいただき、これまでのキャリア、ビビッドなジョブハントの経験談、直近の論文の裏話などを伺いました(9/5収録)
Shote notes:

苅郷さん google scholarページ
岡良隆先生ラボHP
David AndersonラボHP
2014年のLee et al.
Dayu Lin 2011年の論文
苅郷さんのヒューマンフロンティア 
孤独になったら緑色に:Social Isolationでタキキニンが上がる、の論文 
苅郷さんのAndersonラボでの論文
Remedios et al.
アン・ケネディ
NeuroRumblrのサイト
ERC Starting Grant
Johns Hopkins のNeuroscience Department
Johns HopkinsのKennedy Krieger Institute
University of Southern California のBiology Department, Neuroscience
Pietro Perona ラボHP
DavidとのMachine Vison系論文
DavidとPietroコラボの新しいtracking & behavior classifier論文
Doris Tsao (CaltechのHP, 最近バークレーに移動)
井上さんの同期
Teaching Statement: 何を書くか、等はこちら(PDF)
Diversity Statement: 差別や不平等に対する考え方・これまでの貢献など。書き方
(その他就活関連


【イリョラジ】 医療で未来を想像するラジオ

タク&OZA

第38回:映画『ターミネーター: 新起動/ジェニシス』から考える、SF映画に入り込めないとき

以前、ターミネーターの中で気になるシーンがあって、ストーリーに入り込めないことがありました。MRIの仕組みを少しお話しています。そこから、話が派生して役者さんが見分けられない話や名前が覚えられない話をしました。
楽曲提供:DDJ


Short Wave

NPR

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

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


Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone

Ginger Campbell, MD

BS 192 Nina Kraus talks about Sound and the Brain

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


Speaking of Psychology

American Psychological Association

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

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


Stuff To Blow Your Mind

iHeartPodcasts

The Monstrefact: Donkeys of Dune

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

The Lancet Neurology

Giuseppe Citerio on frailty and TBI

Giuseppe Citerio (University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy) discusses the implications of a study from the CENTER-TBI project of the effect of frailty on 6-month outcome after traumatic brain injury, which is published in the February issue of The Lancet Neurology. 


All In The Mind

ABC Radio

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



How would you describe your parents?

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

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

This episode was first broadcast on 30 May 2021.


Blood Podcast

American Society of Hematology

Belumosudil for chronic GVHD, mechanistic insights into VITT, and factors driving molecular response in IFNα-treated MPNs

First on today’s podcast, we’ll review results of a randomized phase 2 study demonstrating that inhibition of ROCK2 with belumosudil is well tolerated and effective in patients with steroid-refractory graft-versus-host disease. Next, we’ll review the work of researchers who have uncovered new insights into the immunopathogenesis of vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia. And we’ll close with a report of a prospective longitudinal analysis that elucidates the dynamics of mutated hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells during therapy with interferon-alpha in patients with BCR-ABL1 negative myeloproliferative neoplasms.


生物駭客筆記|大腦升級、增肌減脂、對抗焦慮

Rich

EP29|萬惡的油脂?

低脂食物就是健康?油脂就是萬惡的食物?權威機構幾十年來不斷提倡低脂飲食,所有食品廠商也都推出低脂、脫脂、油切的產品,但是我們真的有因為這些健康飲食方式獲得健康嗎?油脂對人體的影響其實很複雜,也跟我們直覺的想法完全不同,不管是biohacking界或是很多營養界的科學家,都提出跟主流權威機構相反的觀點與證據。這集來聊一下「萬惡」的油脂!
感謝如雪片般飛來的贊助(我夢到的)…歡迎持續贊助
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The Brain Health Revolution Podcast

Team Sherzai M.D.

Thriving Plant-Based Athletes | Robert Cheeke

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


イノフェス・スペシャル「極限状態の生命科学」

SPINEAR

Vol.4 : 3 人が語る極限状態の生命科学とアフターコロナ

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

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

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

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


Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine

Pri-Med

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

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™   CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-252   Overview: For patients who would like to prevent pregnancy, many options—both hormonal and nonhormonal—exist. Despite the availability of multiple options, many patients do not use them because of either a lack of knowledge or a lack of access, the latter being especially true in uninsured and non−English-speaking communities. Research has shown over the years that while unintended pregnancies have decreased in the United States, more can be done, and primary care providers can play an important role in helping to further decrease and eliminate barriers to contraception.   Episode resource links: Lesnewski, R. (2021). Initiating Hormonal Contraception. American Family Physician, 103(5), 291-300. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC   Music Cred


Unexplainable

Vox

The building blocks of the universe

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

For more, go to http://vox.com/unexplainable
It’s a great place to view show transcripts and read more about the topics on our show.
Also, email us! unexplainable@vox.com
We read every email.
Support Unexplainable by making a financial contribution to Vox!
bit.ly/givepodcasts
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


Headlines of the Future

Bayer

Many great inventions of humankind are based on science and research – and had a tremendous impact on improving people’s lives. We are again looking at science and technology as we are confronted with pressing global challenges from climate change to environmental degradation to feeding and caring for a growing and aging population. Join our host, Kate Hayes, as she talks to visionary scientists, thought leaders and entrepreneurs, to explore how science and technology of today are paving the way for tomorrow’s innovations, ensuring a better future for all.


The Deep-Sea Podcast

deepseapod

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. […]


In conversation with...

The Lancet Infectious Diseases

Beate Kampmann, Karen Keddy, and Peter Ghazal on applying big data to childhood infectious diseases in LMICs

Prof Beate Kampmann, Dr Karen Keddy, and Prof Peter Ghazal discuss a new cross-journal Series in The Lancet Infectious Diseases and EBioMedicine addressing the potential for and challenge of applying big data to childhood infectious diseases in LMICs.Read the full Series:https://www.thelancet.com/series/big-data-childhood-infections-LMICs 


Circulation on the Run

Carolyn Lam, MBBS, PhD

Circulation January 25, 2022 Issue

Please join authors Christopher Granger and Anthony Carnicelli, as well as Associate Editor & Editorialist Shinya Goto as they discuss the article "Direct Oral Anticoagulants Versus Warfarin in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation: Patient-Level Network Meta-Analyses of Randomized Clinical Trials With Interaction Testing by Age and Sex" and accompanying Editorial "Patient Level Meta-Analysis: End of the Era for DOAC Developmental Trial in AF Patients?" Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Nam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, I'm so excited about our feature discussion today. It is a


No Time To Read

Arif Ashraf

Arif, plant biologist and host of the podcast, will talk to either first author or corresponding author of a recently published plant biology paper. The guest will simply explain the story of the publication, answer questions from the host, and share personal experience and details related to the article. As an audience, you will tune in to the episode with an expectation that you will know the story of the paper without reading it. Besides, you can keep listening the podcast during your experiment, walking outside, in your car and wherever possible.


The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Plastics: climate friend or foe?

Surely a day doesn't go by without you using plastic. It's a marvel of material science. But hidden behind its convenience, plastic poses serious enviornmental challenges. Is this versatile and ubiquitous material contributing to the climate problem or helping us solve it? Plus, in the news this week: as Omicron spreads across the globe, we get the low-down on how the new variant differs from those we have already seen, one researcher thinks he might have fouind our solar system's missing 9th planet and printer-ink that 'lives'! Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


This Week in Virology

Vincent Racaniello

TWiV 841: Unmasking immunity

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


This Podcast Will Kill You

Exactly Right

COVID-19 Chapter 12: Control, Take 2

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


Naked Neuroscience, from the Naked Scientists

Katie Haylor

Inside the Mind

This month we're pondering the mysterious mind - what is it? Are us humans unique in having one? And where does the brain fit in? Plus we chat over some of the latest neuroscience news with local experts... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


A view on

Lonza

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. […]


Bio Eats World

Andreessen Horowitz

Discovery, Translation, and the State of Bio Today

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


The Taproot

Plantae / American Society of Plant Biologists

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. […]


ECRF Palliative Care Podcast

All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care / Early Career Researcher Forum

This podcast is designed to support our Early Career Researcher Forum members in their work as palliative care researchers. The Early Career Researcher Forum (ECRF) is part of the All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care (AIIHPC.org). The Forum, which is multidisciplinary in nature, has over 160 members and works to provide those members with opportunities to access peer and mentor support, develop links with senior researchers, participate in capacity building workshops and share knowledge across disciplines. The Institute supports the ECRF by facilitating national and international collaboration, resource sharing, capacity building, information sharing and knowledge transfer. There are no membership criteria to join the ECRF; members are researchers or clinicians from any discipline who consider themselves in the early to mid stages of their research career in palliative and end of life care. To join the forum please fill out our application form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGXBZXX


Medical Biochemistry

Ling Hwang

Citric Acid Cycle (2021)

In this episode, I discuss about the Citric Acid Cycle that is part of cellular respiration; and the synthesis of glucose in Gluconeogenesis when the body is in fasting state.


This Week in Neuroscience

Vincent Racaniello

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

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


DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast

Kira Dineen

#163 Rachel Pastiloff & Krystle Davis On Prader-Willi Syndrome

On this episode we are joined by 2 guests, Rachel Pastiloff and Krystle Davis, who share their insight on Prader-Willi Syndrome. On This Episode We Discuss:Genetic causes of Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS)Challenges faced by caregivers of patients with PWSPWS symptom management Harmony Bioscience’s phase 2 clinical study in PWSRequirements for study participationCheck out some commonly asked questions and additional caregiver perspectives on Prader-Willi, and follow Rachel on Instagram to stay up to date on her journey.Refer your patients to Knowrare to join the study here.  Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on December 3rd where we will be interviewing two experts from the Parkinson’s Foundation on diversity in Parkinson’s research! New episodes are released on the first and third Friday of the month (with some bonus episodes). In the meantime, you can binge over 160 other episodes


Illumina Genomics Podcast

Illumina, Inc.

Pharmacogenomics: Barriers and Opportunities to Implementation


COMPLEXITY

Santa Fe Institute, Michael Garfield

Multiscale Crisis Response: Melanie Moses & Kathy Powers, Part 2

COVID has exposed and possibly amplified the polarization of society. What can we learn from taking a multiscale approach to crisis response? There are latencies in economies of scale, inequality of access and supply chain problems. The virus evolves faster than peer review. Science is politicized. But thinking across scales offers answers, insights, better questions…Welcome to COMPLEXITY, the official podcast of the Santa Fe Institute. I’m your host, Michael Garfield, and every other week we’ll bring you with us for far-ranging conversations with our worldwide network of rigorous researchers developing new frameworks to explain the deepest mysteries of the universe.This week on Complexity, we conclude our conversation (recorded on December 9th last year) with SFI External Professors Kathy Powers, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico, and Melanie Moses, Director of the Mo


Wildlife Conservation Insights

Wildlife Conservation Insights

Episode 8: Human and orangutan coexistence?

 Welcome to Wildlife Conservation Insights, This is episode 8.   

Today my guest is also very special! He is a French wildlife veterinarian!: Dr. Marc Ancrenaz. 
Marc is the co-founder of the French NGO Hutan, and run the Kinabatangan Orang-Utan Conservation Programme (KOCP), a community-based initiative located in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. He is a co-founder of PONGO Alliance that aims to make coexistence between orangutans and people within agricultural landscapes a reality; the co-founder of the “Borneo Futures Initiative” that aims at providing cutting edge science to increase awareness, collaboration and understanding amongst decision makers, media, NGOs and the general public in Borneo; and a scientific adviser for the Sabah Wildlife Department. His expertise includes wildlife research, medicine, population management and policy formulation with 30 years of experience in wildlife range countries (Gabon, Congo,


The Molecular Cell Biology Podcast

Germán Rosas-Acosta, MSc, PhD.

In this show, we explore the inner functioning of our cells, the little structures that form every tissue, every organ, and every system in our bodies. In every episode we formulate a specific set of questions related to a set of molecular events that take place in the cell, and address them trying to provide relevant analogies that may make them fairly understandable by everyone.


Epigenetics Podcast

Active Motif

The Effect of Vitamin D on the Epigenome (Folami Ideraabdullah)

In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Folami Ideraabdullah from the University of Chapel Hill to talk about her work on the environmental modulation of the epigenome during development.

The lab of Folami Ideraabdullah focuses on studying how environmental factors modulate the epigenome. In particular the team investigates how Vitamin D levels influence epigenetic processes and, hence, the susceptibility for diseases like adipositas. Folami Ideraabdullah started with a genome-wide screen of DNA Methylation patterns that are observed after Vitamin D depletion. This work was then followed up by investigating the impact of Vitamin D depletion on mouse sperm DNA methylation.

 

References


Xue, J., Schoenrock, S. A., Valdar, W., Tarantino, L. M., & Ideraabdullah, F. Y. (2016). Maternal vitamin D depletion alters DNA methylation at imprinted loci


the bioinformatics chat

Roman Cheplyaka

#64 Enformer: predicting gene expression from sequence with Žiga Avsec



In this episode, Jacob Schreiber interviews Žiga Avsec about
a recently released model, Enformer. Their discussion begins with life
differences between academia and industry, specifically about how research
is conducted in the two settings. Then, they discuss the Enformer model,
how it builds on previous work, and the potential that models like it have
for genomics research in the future. Finally, they have a high-level discussion
on the state of modern deep learning libraries and which ones they use in their
day-to-day developing.





Links:


Effective gene expression prediction from sequence by integrating long-range interactions (Žiga Avsec, Vikram Agarwal, Daniel Visentin, Joseph R. Ledsam, Agnieszka Grabska-Barwinska, Kyle R. Taylor, Yannis Assael, John Jumper, Pushmeet Kohli


Ask the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

Can memories be artificially implanted?

What boils fastest, a glass or plastic kettle? Do animals adapt to their surroundings? Why do I feel sleepy when I take a trip to the coast? What's an itch? Why can I hear my husband snoring, but not me doing it myself? Can we artificially insert memories into the brain? Why do the colour of the sea vary in different locations? Why is entropy not a force? What is in it for a virus? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


The eLife Podcast

Dr Chris Smith

Can Corals Resist Bleaching?

This month, corals that can resist bleaching, signs that the human immune system went up a gear about 8000 years ago, documenting plant cells with an ambitious initiative to generate an atlas all the cell types in all types of plants, new insights into the science of the hug hormone oxytocin, and how deleterious genes hold up the evolution of healthy genes too... Get the references and the transcripts for this programme from the Naked Scientists website


MedConversations

Davor, Rahul, Bec and Scott

COVID-19 – Clinical Diagnosis and Management

This episode is for everyone who is sick of COVID-19 but needs to finally learn how to diagnosis and manage it, rather than how to out-argue your uncle about whether the plan-demic will end democracy. We go through diagnosis, testing, … Continue reading →


毒物教室

招名威

S2#4_招名威的毒物教室_措手不及!團隊出大事了!

本集由肽研生醫贊助撥出
https://www.redoxmedicare.cc/

毒物去除了,人就健康了
歡迎來到招名威的毒物教室!
每週三下午16:00準時上架
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簡介:
美國認證毒理學專家
台灣大學農化系學士
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招名威_FB粉絲專頁
https://reurl.cc/mLM3XV
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KK's Podcast

iBLab

名古屋大学大学院理学研究科生命理学専攻・異分野融合生物学研究室|interdisciplinary Biology Laboratory, Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya U|Since 2021


Lessons from Lab and Life

Lydia Morrison

Episode #37 - Interview with Karmella Haynes: Synthetic Biology and the future of epigenetic medicine

Hear from Professor Karmella Haynes, whose work focuses on using synthetic biology to fine tune approaches to epigenetic medicine. 


GI EndoCast

Boston Scientific Endoscopy

Management of Distal Biliary Obstruction | Dr. Rabindra Watson

Dr. Rabindra Watson, formerly of California Pacific Medical Center, now the Director for Center of Metabolic Health & Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, shares his insight regarding one of the most widely debated & published GI topics, managing distal biliary obstruction.


CRISPR Cuts

Synthego

Kiana Aran Chats About her Nature Award and New Non-Profit

In this episode, we chat with Dr. Kiana Aran, the CSO of Cardea Bio and associate professor at Keck Graduate Institute, who recently won the Nature Research Award for Inspiring Women in Science. Dr. Aran talks about her experience being a nominee and award winner, her early days and scientific journey, and the launch of her new non-profit, Aran Nebula.


kOuZi's Bar

Kou Oha

とある港町の路地裏にあるBar。カウンターからお客さんとマスターの会話が聞こえます。 そんな設定のぐだぐだトークをポッドキャストにしました。 アニメで言うところの日常系なのでオチはありません。


patentalk

bebe

弁理士を目指して、知財を学ぶポッドキャストです。


In conversation with...

The Lancet Psychiatry

Wellcome Global Monitor

We talk with Professor Miranda Wolpert, Director of Mental Health at Wellcome, about the Wellcome Global Monitor report and its implications for the future of mental health science.


Naked Scientists, In Short Special Editions Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Ichthyosaur found in Rutland

The astonishing discovery of this jurassic era creature has been covered on our show before, but this recording features special insight into the dig itself. Mark Evans from the British Antarctic Survey and Emily Swaby from The Open University describe the significance of finding the skeletal remains of this marine reptile to Harry Lewis... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


The Parexel Podcast

PAREXEL

Episode 16: COVID-19 Vaccines and Kids: The Research and Vaccine Explained

In the United States, the FDA and CDC recently granted emergency use authorization (EUA) for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for 5–11-year-olds, making it the first COVID-19 vaccine available for younger children and arriving nearly one year after Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine received EUA for adults. If the adult vaccine was authorized for this long, why did it take so long to make one available for younger children?

In today’s episode, Nathalie Sohier, Global Head of Infectious Disease and Vaccines, and Shipra Patel, Global Head of Pediatrics explain the clinical trial process for vaccines, the nuances in this process for children, and the facts parents should know now that the vaccine is available for younger children.


Pri-Med Podcasts

Pri-Med

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

Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™   CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-252   Overview: For patients who would like to prevent pregnancy, many options—both hormonal and nonhormonal—exist. Despite the availability of multiple options, many patients do not use them because of either a lack of knowledge or a lack of access, the latter being especially true in uninsured and non−English-speaking communities. Research has shown over the years that while unintended pregnancies have decreased in the United States, more can be done, and primary care providers can play an important role in helping to further decrease and eliminate barriers to contraception.   Episode resource links: Lesnewski, R. (2021). Initiating Hormonal Contraception. American Family Physician, 103(5), 291-300. Guest: Mariyan L. Montaque, DNP, FNP-BC   Music Cred


The Weekly Bioanalysis

KCAS

Sonia Hall, PhD (CEO of BioKansas) Joins as Our Guest for Episode 49!

Sonia Hall, PhD, the CEO of BioKansas, joins Dom and John as our guest for the 49th episode of "The Weekly Bioanalysis". Among a litany of topics, Sonia takes the time to tell the guys about all the amazing things BioKansas does and she gives a breakdown of the many upcoming events planned for the next few months. Both Dom and John are big fans of BioKansas and you can just tell in their voices that they're excited for all the things 2022 sounds like it will bring from Sonia and her team!"The Weekly Bioanalysis" is a podcast dedicated to discussing Bioanalytical news, tools and services related to the Pharmaceutical, Biopharmaceutical and Biomarker industries. Twice every month, KCAS will bring you another 60 minutes (or so) of friendly banter between our two finest Senior Scientific Advisors as they chat over coffee and discuss what they've learned about the Bioanalytical wor


Dr. GPCR Podcast

Dr. Yamina Berchiche

#57 with Dr. Peter Robert Banks

For more details, visit #DrGPCR​​​ Podcast Episode #57 page:
https://www.drgpcr.com/episode-57-with-dr-peter-robert-banks/
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About Dr. Peter Robert Banks
Peter Banks is currently the Scientific Director at BioTek Instruments, now a part of Agilent. His responsibilities include the management of the company’s applications team and providing scientific guidance to the senior management team on new technology and emerging trends impacting life sciences. Before joining BioTek in 2008, Banks was employed by PerkinElmer for a decade. These roles included management of PerkinElmer’s BioPharma R&D program and Chair of the company’s Scientific Advisory Board. Prior to experiences at PerkinElmer and BioTek, Banks was an Assistant Professor in Analytical Chemistry at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada from 1994 to 1998.
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Earth Friends

Earth Friends

Join Gabbi, Carrie, and Niki as they try to find answers to the difficult question, how can we turn this world around? Listen in on their chats with different industry professionals, social entrepreneurs, and activists to talk all things environmental sustainability and social impact. Embark on a non-fictional adventure with Earth Friends to save the planet!


This Week in Microbiology

Vincent Racaniello

255: Fleaing The Plague

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


Stroke Alert

Negar Asdaghi, MD, MSc, FRCPC, FAHA

Stroke Alert January 2022

On Episode 12 of the Stroke Alert Podcast, host Dr. Negar Asdaghi highlights two articles from the January 2022 issue of Stroke: “Efficacy of Intravenous Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Motor Recovery After Ischemic Stroke: A Neuroimaging Study” and “Cumulative Concussion and Odds of Stroke in Former National Football League Players.” She also interviews Dr. Mike Sharma about his article “Frequency and Patterns of Brain Infarction in Patients With Embolic Stroke of Undetermined Source: NAVIGATE ESUS Trial.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi: 1) Can repeated concussions increase the risk of stroke in professional athletes? 2) Does stem cell therapy enhance the recovery from ischemic stroke? 3) ESUS stands for “embolic stroke of unknown source.” Is ESUS just a fancy new term, or is there more to it than meets the eye? These are some of the topics that we will discuss in today's podcast. We're covering the best in Stroke. Stay with us. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Welcome t


Genetics Unzipped

The Genetics Society

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 Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

A Robotic Reality

2022 has been heralded as the golden era of robotics. In this episode of The Naked Scientists you'll see how futuristic machines are already employed throughout industry to make our lives better. This isn't a tech review of Alexa, but instead a glimpse at pinpoint-accurate surgical arms completing tricky operations on human patients and tiny robots that allow food to swallow itself into your stomach. Gulp. In the news this week, the worst case of Avian Flu recorded in Europe, a Sea Dragon unearthed in Rutland UK and fish that no longer need their L plates to get on the road... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


The Drug Discovery World Podcast

Drug Discovery World (DDW)

Building on current drug discovery methods

The articles are called “The new synthesis: How synthetic DNA technology is changing drug discovery” and “In vitro drug interaction data critical in drug repurposing”. The first was written by Dr Tim Brears, CEO of Evonetix and Dr Raquel Sanches-Kuiper, Director of Biology at Evonetix. The second was written by Madison Knapp, Marketing Communications Specialist, and Dr. Brian Ogilvie, Vice President of Scientific Consulting, at SEKISUI XenoTech. In “The new synthesis: How synthetic DNA technology is changing drug discovery”, Dr Tim Brears and Dr Raquel Sanches-Kuiper explore applications of synthetic DNA in drug discovery and development, the benefits and limitations of current methods, and the opportunities offered by emerging DNA synthesis technologies. In the wake of Covid-19 interest in repurposing a drug for a different indication to the one it was developed for has been high. In “In vitro drug interaction data critical in drug


KUMIメルボルン数秘アドバイザー

メルボルン数秘アドバイザーKUMI

【引き寄せの法則16日目】そもそも引き寄せの法則の基本は

宇宙の法則である『引き寄せの法則』。これを日々の日常で使うことで、どう私たちの生活・性格・人生は変わるのか?!オーストラリアのメルボルンに住む二児の子育てママ・メルボルン数秘アドバイザーKUMIが毎日お届けします。私とあなたで『引き寄せの法則』を実験!30日後、私とあなたの人生が理想のライフスタイルに変わっているか一緒にやってみましょう♡


晴耕雨讀話know情

doser

那些賣不掉的米的故事

因為炎上事件大家開始關心農產滯銷的問題了
今天先來聊一部分的東西


Psychedelics Today

Psychedelics Today

PT286 - Joe Tafur, MD - Vital Psychedelic Conversations

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


探索大腦的會談地圖

林煜軒醫師

大麻和K他命應該要如何分級?從台灣查緝資料庫量化成癮性與濫用性的客觀指標(J Psychiatr Res. 2020 Jan;120:131-136.)

大麻應該降為第三級毒品嗎? K他命是否需要考慮升級成為二級毒品?還有更多卡西酮類的新興毒品,因為沒有客觀、量化的指標,因此近年來都有許多毒品分級爭議的討論。   這篇研究介紹我們團隊用訊號分析技術,分析近15年的毒品查緝開放資料庫,建立一套客觀評估毒品「成癮性」與「濫用性」的指標,希望能做為《毒品危害防制條例》分級依據中「成癮性」、「濫用性」、「社會危害性」這些傳統上以專家主觀專業意見的標準,提出更客觀的輔助指標。 這項研究分別用「頻譜分析」和「經驗模態分解」的技術,將「成癮性」與「濫用性」定量成為客觀的量化指數。例如海洛因的「成癮性指數」為1.20顯著高於安非他命的0.83,此兩者也高於搖頭丸的0.48;這項指標的代表性與成癮科學界的共識一致。   本研究也證實「濫用性指數」可以做為追蹤毒品防制政策的指標,在過去15年海洛因的濫用性指數趨勢,即顯示美沙酮替代療法等毒品防治政策在減少海洛因濫用的成效。   綜合上述量化的「成癮性」與「濫用性」指數,可以為近年來毒品分級爭議的大麻、K他命及卡西酮類等新興毒品,做為客觀的參考指標;亦能提供專家學者未來在毒品分級討論時,做為成癮性與濫用性的客觀依據。   ? 論文原文:Lin C, Wong BY, Lo MT, Chiu YC, Lin YH*. Development of an addiction index and delineation 15-year trends of illicit drugs from the Taiwan national drug enforcement database. J Psychiatr Res. 2020 Jan;120:131-136.   本篇論文也有中文的圖文介紹: https://reurl.cc/738m7N Powered by Firstory Hosting


Collective Insights

Neurohacker Collective

HomeGrownHumans – Christopher Bache – Psychedelics - Hosted by Jamie Wheal

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


The Brain Architects

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

COVID-19 Special Edition: Mental Health Vital Signs

The devastating toll of the pandemic has underscored the critical importance of connecting what science is telling us to the lived experiences of people and communities. In March of 2020, we recorded episodes exploring the impact the coronavirus pandemic could have on child development. Now, a year later, we wanted to continue these conversations and discuss what we've learned, what needs to change, and where we go from here.


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In the final episode in this special series, host Sally Pfitzer speaks with Dr. Nancy Rotter, a pediatric psychologist and the Director of Psychology in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Ambulatory Care Division at Massachusetts General Hospital. They discuss how the pandemic changed conversations around mental health, why we need to integrate mental health into the context of overall health,


GetReal!

Cindy Buckmaster

RAW Truth 1: Stressed Animals - Shaky Science

About half of the studies published from research with animals are questionable because they can't be replicated. The research community has been trying to rein this unacceptable manifestation of sloppy science practices in for over a decade with limited success. A good deal of focus has been placed on strong, unbiased study design and complete, transparent reporting of findings. But no one is talking about the most central feature of all of these studies - the research animals themselves. How do their personal experiences and welfare impact research findings and contribute to this ongoing "reproducibility crisis"? And what factors should we be tracking to improve animal welfare, scientific integrity and hope for the sick and dying? Dr. Jeremy Turner, a researcher with decades of experience studying research animals,  joins us today to share his experiences and offer solutions.


The Genomics Lab

Olivia Grant

Spatial transcriptomics with Dr Patrick CN Martin

In today's episode I spoke again to Dr Patrick CN Martin from the Biotech research and innovation centre at the University of Copenhagen, about spatial transcriptomics. Patrick is a post doctoral researcher who has been working on ST and more specifically, this pre print which we also took a deep dive into, on todays episode! Patricks new tool, named Vesalius (stay tuned to find out why) is able to decipher tissue anatomy from ST data by converting transcriptomic information into a color code for image segmentation. 
The tool is able to successfully detect tissue architecture in mouse embryo and brain from high resolution ST data by incorporating image processing algorithms. Vesalius is a tool to perform high-resolution in silico anatomization and molecular characterization from ST data. 
If like me, you feel unclear on what exactly is ST and how it works, stay tuned to learn lots! Even if you do know what


The Upper Hand: Chuck & Chris Talk Hand Surgery

Chuck and Chris

Deep Dives on Surgical Technique: TFCC Repair

Season 2 Episode 46.  Chuck and Chris discuss TFCC injuries and repair.  We briefly review examination diagnosis but the deep dive focuses on repair technique.  The importance of foveal TFCC injury and repair is highlighted.Sign up for The Upper Hand Podcast Newsletter: http://eepurl.com/hH5qfTAs always, thanks to @iampetermartin for the amazing introduction and conclusion music.theupperhandpodcast.wustl.edu.  And thanks to Eric Zhu, aspiring physician and podcast intern.


Science in 5

WHO - World Health Organization

COVID-19: Why are experts concerned about Omicron?

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


In conversation with...

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

Wisia Wedzicha on a vaccine for COPD

Wisia Wedzicha discusses findings of a trial of a vaccine for the prevention of COPD exacerbations and provides her insights for future research.Read the full article:Non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae–Moraxella catarrhalis vaccine for the prevention of exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease


I AM BIO

Biotechnology Innovation Organization

Antimicrobial Resistance: The Silent Pandemic

We are on the precipice of a looming crisis. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is the evolution of deadly pathogens like bacteria and fungi to resist all current antimicrobial medicines. In this episode, we talk about how the dwindling supply of new antibiotics is fueling this silent pandemic, and why we need a continued pipeline of new antibiotics to avoid this crisis.Guests:Ankit Mahadevia, Spero TherapeuticsHenry  Skinner, AMR Action FundMary Dwight, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 


hoopoecast

شهریار شهیر برزگر

اپيزود40 هوپوکست- و خدايي که در این نزدیکیست- قسمت پانزدهم

ابعاد دیگر خود را پیدا کن.تو فقط آن چیزی که فکر می کنی نیستی.در پادکست چهلم هوپوکست وجه دیگری از جنسیت می پردازیم.نویسنده: شهریارشهیربرزگر/گوینده:حسین رنجبر توکلی.


龍天晏的異想世界

龍天晏

EP02:亞斯伯格讀書會:《看我的眼睛》

第二集來囉!讓我們更深入了解亞斯伯格的世界。本集介紹亞斯伯格的經典書籍:約翰羅比森所著的《看我的眼睛》。想知道為什麼亞斯伯格說話不看著你的眼睛嗎?想了解聰明的亞斯在交友的路上為什麼屢戰屢敗嗎?什麼樣的人才適合當亞斯伯格人的朋友跟伴侶呢?本集通通都會聊到唷! 有任何意見跟回饋都歡迎您寄信到: ella0908m@hotmail.com Powered by Firstory Hosting


This Week in Parasitism

Vincent Racaniello

TWiP 201: Tiny and hairy

The TWiP team solves the case of the Man with a Cat and Ring Enhancing Lesions, and discuss domestic mammals as reservoirs for Leishmania donovani on the Indian subcontinent. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Daniel Griffin, and Christina Naula Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Links for this episode Reservoirs for Leishmania (Transboundary Emerg Dis) Support MicrobeTV at Parasites Without Borders Letters read on TWiP 201 Become a patron of TWiP Case Study for TWiP 201 Older male, >65, abdominal pain over last several months, getting worse, otherwise feels well. No change in weight. Past medical, surgical unremarkable. Social: grew up in rural inland China. As adult lived in large city. Always active and healthy, eating fish and leafy vegetables. Move to US 10 years before illness. No pets. No toxic habits. HIV negative. Unremarkable exam. Labs: elevated white count, platelets low, not anemic. Differential on wh


Science Will Win

Pfizer

BONUS – Into the Pfizer Lab: Making a Gene Therapy

In this special bonus episode, Adam Rutherford explores a different aspect of gene therapy - how do you actually make one? Expert guests discuss the highly complex task of scaling-up manufacturing from the small amounts needed for research, to creating batches big enough for clinical and commercial scale. And once that hurdle has been cleared, how do they address the additional challenge of storing and transporting the medicine at ultra-low temperatures?Featuring guests:Bert Bruce, Regional President, North America, Rare Disease, PfizerBob Smith, Senior Vice President, Global Gene Therapy Business, Rare Disease, Pfizer Sonal Bhatia, Chief Medical Officer, Rare Disease, Pfizer


The Science Behind the Art

NYSCC

Getting behind the scenes of the cosmetic industry one interview at a time. Listen to all levels of expertise and learn more about what cosmetic science is, how to make a career out of it, and tips and tricks from the best in the field. This is a space where all career types come together and show you their passion for all things beauty!


Big Biology

Art Woods and Marty Martin

Stability and change: Lessons from the Serengeti (Ep 72)

Why is the Serengeti such a special ecosystem? Why does it support so many different species, and what ecological processes regulate the enormous population sizes of its dominant large-bodied herbivores?
On this episode, we talk with Tony Sinclair, professor emeritus of zoology at the University of British Columbia, about his new book “A Place Like No Other: Discovering the Secrets of Serengeti”. Since the 1960s, Tony has studied the bottom-up and top-down processes that regulate wildlife populations in the Serengeti. We talk about how he discovered the major rules of regulation, the unique geography and climate of the Serengeti, the major forces driving wildebeests on epic annual migrations, and the roles that elephants play in stabilizing ecosystems into alternative stable states. We also talk with Tony about the controversial topic of rewilding degraded ecosystems. Tony argues that effective strategies for rewi


Science unscripted

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

Did you really 'choose' your romantic partner?

Your sexuality may be connected to your birth order, and staying with a partner has surprisingly little to do with love.


Lady Scientist Podcast

Jocelynn Pearl

Lady Scientist Podcast brings you into conversations with scientists. Academic research is frequently siloed in tough-to-read academic journals. This podcast strives to introduce you to new voices and to break down barriers, along with striking a note of positivity in an often-negative world. Support the podcast through patreon.com/ladyscientistpodcast All links are available through our website, ladyscientistpodcast.com


The EMBO podcast

EMBO

The right place at the right time

3 January 2021 - “Mucosal immunity is likely the best strategy to go forward fighting this pandemic. It’s like placing the guard outside the door instead of inside the door,” immunologist Akiko Iwasaki told the EMBO podcast. Iwasaki has been studying how the immune system fights infections at the interfaces between the host and the environment ever since graduate school when she challenged the prevailing dogma about how DNA vaccines work. Her lab has made fundamental contributions to our understanding of the pathophysiology of COVID-19, using patient samples and data, as well as developing new model systems. We discussed her research, some of the challenges of science communication during the pandemic, and her approach to teaching.



Akiko Iwasaki was elected an EMBO Associate Member in 2021.


Tiny Matters

The American Chemical Society

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


The Biome Podcast

Biome Media

Join us on this journey of discovery, where we learn about the natural world around us with a focus on zoology and ecology. We explore through the lens of functional anatomy to find out how animals move, survive, and reproduce. New episodes are posted on the 7th and 21st of every month. Follow our blog at www.biome.media as well and learn about other great species!


Intelligent Design the Future

Discovery Institute

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

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

BioWorld

Reality check: How did industry develop COVID-19 vaccines and drugs so fast?

The COVID-19 pandemic is so all encompassing and complex, with dramatic details shifting almost hourly, that it can be easy to lose track of the big picture. And there are so many questions. Has industry pushed out vaccines too fast? Was there adequate testing? Did they take shortcuts? Why were governments pushing for boosters before the scientific data was available? We asked BioWorld’s regulatory editor Mari Serebrov, who has covered the pandemic since the beginning, to help put it all into perspective. She has strong insights into vaccine development, including the handful of winners and quite a few failures in the more than 1,000 vaccines and therapeutics in the pipeline. Listen to the discussion on how industry has pushed out vaccines and drugs in this turbo-charged timeline.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and


Question of the Week, from the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

How do we prevent space collisions?

This week, Matt contacted us asking "With three space missions currently converging on Mars how do the nations avoid orbital collisions? Do they share data, do they have transponders or space traffic control etc?". Katie King spoke with Chris Bridges, academic at Surrey Space Centre in the University of Surrey to find out how we keep our spacecraft from colliding.... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


StopCodon.fm

stopcodon

"StopCodon.fm" は生物系の大学院生2人によるポッドキャスト番組です。 専門分野にとらわれず面白いと思ったことをゆるく話します。 *


聽胖胖樹說植物

胖胖樹王瑞閔

EP017.從越南料理認識越南文化與料理中的植物

越南料理有哪些好吃的?他的特色是什麼?南北越有什麼差異?哪些料理受中國文化影響?哪些受法國文化影響?料理中又有那些植物呢?歡迎大家來聽胖胖樹為大家說明。


In conversation with...

The Lancet Global Health

Leo Martinez and Heather Zar on cytomegalovirus acquisition

Iman Wright talks to Leo Martinez and Heather Zar about their new research on cytomegalovirus acquisition and the risk of TB disease in childhood in South Africa.


Immune

Vincent Racaniello

Immune 50: Red blood cells are immune sentinels

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


In conversation with...

The Lancet Public Health

Our Editors and and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.


勝手にMITラジオ(仮)

結城と菊地

このラジオはこの日はじめましてのMIT大学生の2人がお酒の勢いとノリで始めたラジオ番組です。全くタイプの異なる男2人の化学反応をお楽しみください。(MIT非公式の番組です。)


The OTA Podcast

OTA Podcast Committee

OTA 2021 Annual Meeting Notable Paper P107 - Outcomes of Intramedullary Nailing Versus External Fixation in the Treatment of Open Tibial Fractures: Three to Five Year Follow-up Study of a Randomized Clinical Trial

Join host Dr. Paul Whiting as he chats with paper author Dr. Abigail Cortez about the results of a randomized clinical trial comparing IM Nailing to External Fixation in management of open tibial fractures. This paper was presented at the OTA 2021 Annual Meeting. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/ Looking for CME?  OTA Podcast CME only on the ConveyMD app: Apple Store click here  Google Play click here


Hello PhD

Joshua Hall and Daniel Arneman, PhDz

075. When Research Sucks (R)

It’s inevitable.  At some point in your research career, you’re going to get that sinking feeling. Your experiments will all fail, your PI will get on your case about finishing that paper, and your graduation date will drift maddeningly out of reach. So what can you do when your research starts to drag you down? […]
The post 075. When Research Sucks (R) appeared first on Hello PhD.


The Molecular Ecologist Podcast

The Molecular Ecologist

A podcast about ecology, evolution, and everything in between. Contributors to the Molecular Ecologist blog discuss the science they've been reading and writing about.


In conversation with...

The Lancet

Jie Qiao (in Chinese) on reproductive health in China

《柳叶刀》亚洲执行主编王辉对话《柳叶刀中国女性生殖、孕产妇、新生儿、儿童和青少年健康重大报告》共同主席乔杰院士。


In conversation with...

The Lancet Digital Health

Caroline Figueroa on the need for feminist intersectionality in digital health

Dr Caroline Figueroa and Dr Rupa Sarkar talk about the social and economic fallout from COVID-19 which has further exacerbated gender inequities and the need for a feminist outlook in digital health. Read the full article:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/landig/article/PIIS2589-7500(21)00118-7/fulltext


In conversation with...

The Lancet Global Health

Leo Martinez and Heather Zar on cytomegalovirus acquisition

Iman Wright talks to Leo Martinez and Heather Zar about their new research on cytomegalovirus acquisition and the risk of TB disease in childhood in South Africa.


DIA: Driving Insights to Action

Unknown

Three Good Reasons to Use Artificial Intelligence in Pharmacovigilance

“There are good reasons to explore the use of artificial intelligence in pharmacovigilance. There are an increasing number of sources of drug safety information, and efficient screening, processing, or evaluation of them would benefit from accurate automated methods,” explains Gerald Dal Pan, Director, Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology (OSE), CDER. “First, there’s the potential application of AI to the processing of case reports. Second, there’s the potential application of AI for assessing causality in a case report. Third, we’re exploring the use of AI in real-world data as part of the Sentinel Initiative.”


Pathways to Enhance Rigor: A Collection of Conversations

Society for Neuroscience

“Pathways to Enhance Rigor: A Collection of Conversations” is a limited-series podcast featuring neuroscientists discussing ways to better embed rigor into every part of the scientific process, from experimental design to sharing with the public. These conversations highlight the past, present, and future of rigor in neuroscience and emphasize how individuals can contribute to creating a culture of rigor in their lab and beyond. This podcast is a part of the Society for Neuroscience’s Foundations of Rigorous Neuroscience Research (FRN) program. Supported by the National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), FRN is designed to inform and empower neuroscientists at all career levels to enhance the rigor in their research and the scientific culture at large.


Clinical Minds

Medidata

How drugs go from a lab, to testing in humans, to your local pharmacy. Here's what’s happening in the world of clinical research today, the technology and ideas that are transforming it, and why this matters for patients—which is all of us. Presented by Medidata.


SAGE Veterinary Science

SAGE Publications Ltd.

The Society of Toxicologic Pathology: Advances and Adventures in the First 50 Years

Podcast Editor, Liz McInnes, interviews authors Mark Hoenerhoff to discuss the article, "The Society of Toxicologic Pathology: Advances and Adventures in the First 50 Years" which can currently be found in Vol 49, Issue 8, 2021 of Toxicologic Pathology. Click here to read the article


52大ニュース LITE

ヒロ時任

国家認定一級うんちく博士くろしゃちと 脳味噌右脳のラジオディレクターヒロ・トキトーが 社会や科学、ニュースについて語り合うプログラムです。 youtube チャンネル TOKI-D Channelにて 毎週金曜日22:00-生配信中! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJARJZeGin8cYU7_R5DzRw?view_as=subscriber


心地よさの模索

kazuki

藤井風 - 青春病【後編】

藤井風さんの青春病という曲を聴いて、MVを見ての考察と感想。


YANA - You are not alone.

Yana Van Nguyen

[Audio] Chúng ta đang nuôi một con quái vật trong tâm trí thông qua Internet

Theo Triethocduongpho.net


Naked Scientists, In Short Special Editions Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Omicron update: what's in store for Australia

Dr Chris Smith joins Indira Naidoo on the ABC's Nightlife programme to discuss the latest developments in science and answer questions from listeners. This time they look at the difficult decisions confronting politicians and policymakers internationally and how they should react to the omicron new variant, which appears super transmissible but potentially a lot less lethal than other existing forms of SARS-CoV-2... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


The PathPod Podcast

PathPod

Beyond the Scope: Former New York City Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Barbara Sampson

In this segment, Beyond the Scope, we speak to pathologists about their pursuits and interests in and outside of pathology. On this episode, our host Dr. Nicole Jackson (@NicoleJacksonMD), an Associate Medical Examiner at the King County Medical Examiner's Office, speaks with Dr. Barbara Sampson, the first woman to lead the New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. We'll hear their conversation about mentorship and leadership, as well as cutting edge techniques being used to identify decedents, find undiagnosed genetic diseases, track the opioid crisis, and manage the COVID-19 pandemic. What was it like to be in a New York City Medical Examiner on 9/11? How is the COVID-19 pandemic similar and different? What surprising public health discovery did Dr. Sampson play a role in as a Medical Examiner?
 
Featured public domain music: US Army Blues, BugaBlue


ラジオ築土構木ノート

築土構木ノート

# 110 松山で暮らす - 愛光高校・東大社会基盤(後編)

ゲスト:愛光高等学校 オカダさん ハヤシさん ハシダさん フルカワさん・東京大学工学部社会基盤学科 4年 イマイさん
大学のスタジオ講義を通して愛媛県松山市のまちづくりプランを作成したイマイさんと、地元・愛光学園の高校生のみなさんをゲストにお招きしてお送りします。イマイさんが語る松山像と、地元のプロとしての高校生の率直なコメントで溢れた楽しい回になりました。
(前後編)


Newочём

Newочём

Наука чтения мыслей

История об эксперименте двух ученых: они искали способ разговаривать с человеком, который находился в вегетативном состоянии на протяжении пяти лет.

Текстовая версия: https://newochem.io/chtenii-myslei/
По материалам The New Yorker
Автор: Джеймс Сомерс

Озвучил: Глеб Рандалайен (TED на русском)
Переводила: Эмма Ягмурова
Редактировала: Юлия Рудакова

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The BioProcess Insider Expression Platform

Dan Stanton

Journalist Dan Stanton speaks with the biomanufacturing industry about issues that go beyond the simple news story


The Language Neuroscience Podcast

Stephen M. Wilson

Language development and perinatal stroke, with Elissa Newport

In this episode, I talk with Elissa Newport, Professor of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine at Georgetown University Medical Center, about her work on the neural and cognitive underpinnings of language development, including statistical learning, language after perinatal stroke, lateralization, plasticity, the critical period, and more.Saffran JR, Aslin RN, Newport EL. Statistical learning by 8-month-old infants. Science 1996; 274: 1926-8. [doi]Newport EL, Landau B, Seydell-Greenwald A, Turkeltaub PE, Chambers CE, Dromerick AW, Carpenter J, Berl MM, Gaillard WD. Revisiting Lenneberg’s hypotheses about early developmental plasticity: Language organization after left-hemisphere perinatal stroke. Biolinguistics 2017; 11: 407-22. [doi]Olulade OA, Seydell-Greenwald A, Chambers CE, Turkeltaub PE, Dromerick AW, Berl MM, Gaillard WD, Newport EL. The neural basis of language development: Changes in lateralization over


The Naked Scientists Podcast

The Naked Scientists

Q&A: Reefs, Robots & Rubies 'Rap'-Up

It is time for a festive Q&A! In this episode, we are going to be answering your questions such as, does another planet Earth exist? Can robots be as creative as humans? And why do deep sea creatures glow? Our panel of scientific superstars taking on your queries this month are science song-writer Raven Baxter, deep-ocean diver Diva Amon, exoplanet explorer Hannah Wakeford and intelligence investigator Beth Singler. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Cannabis Science Today

Emily Fata

Your discovery point for scientific and medical research on cannabis.


Aimar sanaa

Aimarsanaa

Миллениал залуус нэгдэж, тулгарч буй асуудлуудыг хэрхэн давах талаар өөр өөрсдийн үзэл бодлоо хуваалцана.


MY OT Journey

Jtribe Radio

OT's role in Geriatrics, Home modification and Aging in Place

Monique Chabot, OTD, MS, OTR/L specializes in geriatrics, Living in Place and design. She has worked in a variety of settings over the course of her career. Monique received her Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Studies from University of North Texas, Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and her Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from Boston University. Monique is currently pursuing a PhD at Jefferson East Falls. 
When she is not working as a clinician or completing school work, Monqiue enjoys gardening and growing vegetables. She spends a great deal of time completing knitting, sewing and embroidery. Monique also plays the violin and accordion with a string band for the Mummers in Philadelphia. 
Monique can be reached via email at mocchabot@yahoo.com.
All the best,
The CHRG Therapy Team


Lab Notes

Allen Institute

Fire Inside: The quest to understand & prevent rheumatoid arthritis

In the early '80s, Linda Sloate was a 30-year old mom raising three little kids when she became one of an estimated 20 million people worldwide living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). It has been a 40-year struggle filled with dozens of treatments and surgeries. Today there is new hope for patients as researchers have come together for a collaborative project to uncover how RA begins – and how to stop it in its tracks.


Project Medtech Podcast

Project Medtech

Medtech Money --- Episode 43: Juan Cueva, Investor at Action Potential Venture Capital --- Big Pharma Creates an Early Stage Corporate Venture Medtech Fund: The Mission of Bioelectronics


In this episode, Giovanni and Juan discuss how the name of Action Potential Venture Capital came about, what kind of technology they focus in and how they choose their investments, what round they prefer to invest, how does being a corporate venture capital firm acting as traditional venture capital group affect their investment, and more.
Juan Cueva LinkedIn
Action Potential Venture Capital Website
Giovanni Lauricella LinkedIn
Project Medtech LinkedIn
Project Medtech Website


Propósito de Alma

Diário da lua- Lahaina

Você sabe qual o propósito da sua alma?


What are YOU going to do with THAT?

Danni Reches

So you have a PhD or trying to get one. But what are YOU going to do with THAT? Danni Reches, a PhD candidate at the University of Haifa interviews young researchers and scholars to learn about their process, their success stories, obstacles and the way they overcame them. And everything is over a glass of Amaretto. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Multimodal LLC

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. […]


Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Hopkins Biotech Podcast

Beyond the Horizons: Leaving my PhD

Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Ken Igarza (MS Neuroscience), to learn more about his career journey as a NSF-GRFP Graduate Researcher. Hosted by Ona Ambrozaite, Chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Johns Hopkins University, Co-Chair for the Graduate Representative Organization (GRO) and Senior PHutures Fellow. Brought to you by PHutures, an innovative and empathy-driven career hub focused on creating equitable and accessible opportunities for doctoral students and postdoctoral fellows at Johns Hopkins University and beyond. 


PaperPlayer biorxiv cancer biology

Multimodal LLC

Audio versions of bioRxiv paper abstracts


PaperPlayer biorxiv genetics

Multimodal LLC

Audio versions of bioRxiv paper abstracts


PaperPlayer biorxiv immunology

Multimodal LLC

Audio versions of bioRxiv paper abstracts


Translation

Fifty Years, Michael Chavez, Seth Bannon

Screening for Enhanced RNA Vaccines with Kathrin Leppek, Gun Woo Byeon, and Hannah Wayment-Steele

Episode Summary: When COVID-19 hit and society decided to use mRNA vaccines for the first time, many questions remained about whether RNA itself was ready for the challenge. But three scientists at Stanford University who had barely worked with each other before the pandemic realized that RNA’s limitations were merely a design challenge and not an issue with the substrate itself. Through emails and zooms, Kathrin, Gun, and Hannah built a tool to massively test RNA designs. With it, they screened for RNA with better functionality, increasing the stability and expression of the protein they encode and ultimately creating a platform to improve these life-saving vaccines. Episode Notes:About the AuthorsHannah, Gun, and Kathrin had all been separately researching various aspects of genetics and RNA before the pandemic.When COVID hit and RNA vaccines were being built, the three realiz


In conversation with...

The Lancet Haematology

Lan-Lan Smith, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Haematology, and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.


EBRC In Translation

EBRC SPA

9. Building Cells and SynBio in Space w/ Kate Adamala

In this episode, we interview Dr. Kate Adamala, an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota and a leader in Build-a-Cell, an international community of scientists and policymakers working on building synthetic cells. We talk to Dr. Adamala about building cells from the ground up, life beyond planet Earth, and the definition of life.


In conversation with...

The Lancet Planetary Health

Our Editors and and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.


In conversation with...

The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Wendy Spearman on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in sub-Saharan Africa

Wendy Spearman (University of Cape Town) discusses a Series on the emergence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in Sub-Saharan Africa and the challenges it presents.Read the full article:https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langas/article/PIIS2468-1253(21)00296-X/fulltext


A Walk on the Wild Side: A Veterinary Podcast

Kyle Kansman

Ep. 5- Avian Orthopedics

On this episode of A Walk on the Wild Side, join host Kyle Kansman (Michigan State 2022 DVM candidate) and wildlife veterinarian Dr. Nicki Rosenhagen (DVM at PAWS Wildlife Center) as they make their way through the avian skeleton & talk all things avian orthopedics! Listen in and learn about common causes of orthopedic injuries (such as trauma, anthropogenic effects, and metabolic bone disease), initial stabilization and diagnostics for fractures, and how to manage fractures and joint luxations based on anatomic location.  Thanks for listening in and hope you enjoy the episode!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/walkonthewildside_vetpodcast/?hl=enWebsite: https://a-walk-on-the-wild-side-a-veterinary-podcast.podsite.io/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/awalkonthewildsidepodcast/Email: walkonthewildsidepodcast@gmail.comMusic by MBBhttps://www.youtube.com/c/mbbmusichttps://soundcloud.com/mbbofficialhttps://www.instagram.com/mbb_music


Safe Food Good Health

MSc Program in Toxicology and Nutrition for Food Safety

ในโอกาสฉลองวันความปลอดภัยอาหารโลก 7 มิถุนายน 2564 ซึ่งองค์การสหประชาชาติ (United Nations; UN) ได้กำหนดธีมประจำปี 2021 “Safe food today for a healthier tomorrow” หรือ กินอาหารปลอดภัยวันนี้เพื่อสุขภาพที่ดีในวันข้างหน้า ทางหลักสูตรวิทยาศาสตรมหาบัณฑิต สาขาพิษวิทยาและโภชนาการเพื่ออาหารปลอดภัย สถาบันโภชนาการ มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล จึงได้จัดทำพอดแคสต์รายการ "Safe Food Good Health" ซึ่งจะเป็นรายการเผยแพร่ความรู้เกี่ยวกับพิษวิทยาทางอาหาร โภชนาการ และความปลอดภัยอาหาร แก่ประชาชนทั่วไป ในรูปแบบฟังง่ายๆ สบายๆ โดยเนื้อหา สาระความรู้ มาจากอาจารย์และนักศึกษาในหลักสูตร ฝากกดแชร์ กดไลค์ กดติดตามด้วยนะคะ ขอบคุณค่ะ


American Journal of Infection Control: Science Into Practice

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)

#5 Working Together for Healthcare Worker Safety: The Gown-Glove Connection

Listen as our hosts talk with Dr. Selcen Kilinc-Balci, an author of a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) study that illustrates the importance of looking closely at how gowns and gloves work together to protect healthcare workers. The discussion provides insight into what can be done now to help protect healthcare personnel, and what may be considered as part of future standards development.


The G Word

Genomics England

Join Chris Wigley, CEO of Genomics England, for discussions about all things genomics.


識食物者為俊傑

食力foodNEXT

【食·新聞】春節禮盒該送什麼?「餅乾」類型最夯、「蘇格登」奪下品牌聲量冠軍

食塔奇主講|農曆新年到,台灣人總少不了在春節間走春送禮!各廠商推出的春節禮盒成為注重禮俗的台灣人送禮首選。對於「春節禮盒」的討論聲量,發現「餅乾」類型討論度最夯,而「蘇格登」則奪下品牌聲量冠軍,大家都在討論些什麼呢?【飲酒過量,有礙健康】
【贊助】支持優質飲食知識頻道,一起成為餐桌上最懂吃的人!
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▶春節送禮該送什麼?「餅乾」類型討論度最夯、「蘇格登」奪下品牌聲量冠軍
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▶圍爐年菜你訂好了嗎?網路熱議Top3出爐,王品奪下討論聲量冠軍!
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Talking Biotech Podcast

Kevin M. Folta

328 – The Importance of Telling Ag’s Story

  One of the criticisms of farmers is that they fail to engage the public to show what they do. It is understandable, their days are busy, competition is stiff, and farming selects for folks [...]
The post 328 – The Importance of Telling Ag’s Story first appeared on Talking Biotech Podcast.


BioTech IQ

Ammon Rivera

Increase your IQ and understanding of the Biotech industry by listening to interviews with key business leaders who have built successful companies and departments. We discuss everything from the science, clinical operations, clinical development, safety/PV and more! We address how each function plays an important role in the drug approval process. We also discuss the people that make up these departments. Get ready to hear about cutting edge development and the people who make it happen!


JHLT: The Podcast

ISHLT

JHLT: The Podcast Episode 12: December 2021

It’s time for the final episode of JHLT: The Podcast for 2021! Join Daniel R. Goldstein, MD, Editor-in-Chief of JHLT, and the JHLT Digital Media Editors for two interviews with authors from the December issue of The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. Both studies focus on protein biomarkers in thoracic transplantation. First, the editors speak with Tereza Martinu, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor and Clinician at Toronto General Hospital. Dr. Martinu is the lead author on a paper entitled “Bronchoalveolar lavage cytokine-based risk stratification of minimal acute rejection in clinically stable lung transplant recipients.” Beginning at 1:45, Erika Lease, MD, and David Schibilsky, MD, interview Dr. Martinu about the findings of the study and potential future application in clinical settings. Starting at 13:35, Van-Khue Ton, MD, PhD, and Marty Tam, MD, are in conversation with Lauren Truby, MD, Cardiology Fellow at Duke University


The Chain: Protein Engineering Podcast

Cambridge Healthtech Institute

Episode 40: Exploring Developability Concepts with Bispecific Antibodies

Dr. Nimish Gera, Head of Biologics at Mythic Therapeutics, sits down with Christina Lingham, Executive Director of Conferences and Fellow at Cambridge Healthtech Institute, in this Episode of the Chain to talk about how the developability of bispecific antibodies topic came about, how the field is changing, new bispecific molecules coming through the pipeline, and his expectations for the future.


紫微吉吉店

ziwei math

從福德宮的主星,了解你的衣食品味習慣(四)武曲、天同、廉貞双星組合系列

這是一個以紫微斗數來看生活大小事的頻道,讓大家能在茶餘飯後,上班緊繃需要放鬆的時候,用輕鬆收聽的方式來了解紫微命理,知命安命,避凶趨吉,大吉大利,吉吉如意!
歡迎上播客app聽我們的節目 https://anchor.fm/ziweimath
也歡迎到facebook關注我們,ZWM 現代紫微斗數命理學會 https://www.facebook.com/ziweimath


Cell & Gene: The Podcast

Erin Harris

Cellevolve Bio's Dr. Derrell Porter on the Need for Diversity and Inclusion in Biotech

Cellevolve Bio's founder and CEO. Dr. Derrell Porter shares his experience with starting up a cell therapy company and why we, as an industry, need to advocate for more Black leaders and leaders of color in the biotech industry.


Discover CircRes

Cynthia St. Hilaire, PhD & Milka Koupenova, PhD

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 Microscopists

BiteSize Bio

Holly L. Aaron (UC Berkeley)




Real Science Exchange

Balchem Animal Nutrition & Health

Balchem Real Science Exchange isn’t just any old boring podcast. You’ll get to know top researchers like you’ve never known them before. Go behind the scenes and hear the conversations that take place over a few drinks with friends. Join us as we discuss the hot topics in animal science and share a range of new ideas.


Ask the Naked Scientists

Dr Chris Smith

What's the best shaped ice cube?

What's the best shaped ice cube, the study suggesting a pan-coronavirus vaccine might be on the cards, why a temperature of 30 degrees C feels hot despite being below human body temperature, what effect have wars had on human population, where has the flu gone to in recent wnters? Join Dr Chris to find out! Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


CABTalks by Synthace

Fane Mensah & David Kirk

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. […]


Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Razib Khan

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畜事待發

KeKeFarm radio

EP24:開動嘍~寵物不含貓狗篇

養寵物有難不難呀?放生真的對寵物好嗎?在養寵物要注意的問題有那些呢? 這集讓我們來談談養鳥、兔子、倉鼠、爬蟲類、魚等等寵物的動物福利吧~ 想聽貓狗的嗎?敬請期待下星期的podcast喔~! - ?連結集散地 https://linktr.ee/kekefarm ?Apple Podcast https://apple.co/3hIYd1u ?Spotify https://spoti.fi/2ThyHH7 ?KKBOX https://bit.ly/3ipe18R ?Google Podcast https://bit.ly/2Tgih1F ?Firstory https://bit.ly/3rf5bhV ?YouTube https://bit.ly/3ktrCOX ?Instagram https://bit.ly/3rfDO7j Powered by Firstory Hosting


Darwin, te necesito

EL PAÍS

Los mitos de la comida eco

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Discovery Matters

Discovery Matters

A collection of stories and insights on matters of discovery that advance life sciences. Brought to you by the curious people at Cytiva.


Pager

George Milner, Stan Dale

Skeletal Muscle and Robotics with Ritu Raman

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家族ではじめるエシカルな暮らし

ethical_kazoku

今居る場所を 住みたい街にする

妻の実家の近くに中古マンションを購入しました。(現在リノベーション中) 地方移住を検討していた我々がベッドタウンのマンションを買ったワケと決意について。


The MARTINZ Critical Review

The MARTINZ Critical Review

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Outside Box

Atsushi & Tatsuya

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Un nom une montagne

Radio Mont Blanc

" Un nom Une Montagne ", tous les vendredis matin, découvrez les petites et Grandes histoires des sommets de Savoie et Haute Savoie sur Radio Mont Blanc.


Technologie 4.0 | Czwórka

Polskie Radio S.A.

Czipy płatnicze - czy poprawią nasze zdolności?

Technologia systematycznie nakreśla nowe scenariusze dalszej ewolucji człowieka, dostarczając mu narzędzi pozwalających poszerzać jego inteligencję i stopniowo wzbogacać jego zdolności. Czy takim rozwiązaniem okażą się chipy płatnicze? O tym z dr Dominiką Kaczorowską-Spychalską z Centrum Mikser Inteligentnych Technologii przy Wydziale Zarządzania Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego rozmawia Mateusz Kulik


Genome Insider

JGI

Stories where genes and genomes are key to solving energy and environment challenges. Hear diverse voices in science talk about their groundbreaking research to better understand — and harness — the superpowers encoded in plants, fungi, microalgae, environmental viruses, and bacteria to contribute to a more sustainable world. Join host Alison F. Takemura, PhD, for regular episodes to get an intimate look at the life around us.


StaTalk(L)™

T. L. Hiroe

StaTalk #19 [10/Oct/2021] 脱線と脱輪の違い / 目盛りを粗くすること

地震で書類が散乱しました。まだ片付けが終わっておりません。
前半は脱線と脱輪の話。かつて開業時から使っていた電車が脱線だか脱輪だかしたというニュースを見て,脱輪と脱線の違いについて気になって調べてみる。といっても,すぐにわかる情報源がなかったので,運輸安全委員会の事故報告書からその違いを探る。
どういう情報に当たってどう考えたのか,それをお楽しみいただければと思っております。
後半はモノサシの目盛りを意図的に粗くする話。せっかくなのでこちらも地震ネタから。
気象庁震度階級の話題です。観測した数字をそのまま出すと分かりにくい。だから粗くしたけれど,途中から弱とか強とか区分が増えなかった?なんてところまで。どうしてそうなったのか探ってみるのも面白いものです。
発信した情報はどんな形であれ活用されなければ意味がありません。このPodcastは別として。

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What Could Possibly Go Right?

Vicki Robin

In this interview series sponsored by Post Carbon Institute, Vicki Robin, activist and best-selling author on sustainable living, talks with provocative thought leaders about emerging possibilities and ways humanity might step onto a better, post-pandemic path.


Ladiitalk

ladi kian

من کتابهایی که برای خودم کاربردی بودن رو میخونم و امیدوارم برای شما هم مفید باشه.تمرکزم روی فنگ شویی و استفاده از این هنر-دانش در زندگی روزانه هست تا باعث آرامش هرچه بیشترما بشه .


The Stem Cell Report with Martin Pera

ISSCR

Linking Genetic Variants to Cell Phenotypes in Human iPSCs

In this episode, Drs. Fiona Watt and Alice Vickers join the podcast to talk about uncovering the relationship between genetic variants and cellular behavior. They recently developed a platform to quantify iPSC differentiation propensity to investigate the genetic contribution to phenotypic variability. Drs. Vickers and Watt are authors of the recent paper,  "Plating human iPSC lines on micropatterned substrates relevels role for ITGBI nsSNV in endoderm formation” in Stem Cell Reports.  GuestsFiona Watt, DPhil, Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, King’s College London Website: http://www.wattlab.org/ Alice Vickers, PhD, INKEF Capital, Amsterdam (current affiliation). Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, King’s College London (previous affiliation). Website: https://www.inkefcapital.com Supporting Document ”Plating human iPSC lines on micropatterned substrates relevels role for ITGBI nsSNV


Naked Archaeology, from the Naked Scientists

Diana O'Carroll

Where did the Nazca Lines come from? Who built Stonehenge, and what secrets lie concealed within Egypt's pyramids? To find out, join the Naked Archaeologists as they undress the past...


Naked Genetics, from the Naked Scientists

Phil Sansom

COVID In Your Genes: The Risk Factors

Do our genes control how we respond to COVID? The question has been nagging at the world since the pandemic began. Now we have the answer - and it's yes. In this programme, geneticist Nathan Pearson uncovers the specific bits of DNA that make you more likely to catch coronavirus, as well as the bits that might make you sicker.... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Cell Culture Dish Podcast

Brandy Sargent

Increasing speed and efficiency of biotherapeutic drug development with stable pools

In this podcast, we talked with Dr. Alison Porter, Head of Expression System Sciences, Lonza, about the use of stable pool expression to reduce drug development timelines. Highlights included the implementation of stable pools in current workflows, expected titers, and cutting-edge applications of the technology.


Tales of Transformation

Deloitte US

Behavioral Health

This episode of Tales of Transformation explores the renewed focus on the global behavioral health crisis in response to the pandemic and how digital engagement and partnerships can improve outcomes.


Journal of Special Operations Medicine

Journal of Special Operations Medicine

The podcasts in this feed will review select articles from our academic, peer-reviewed journal. We also offer monthly interviews with leaders in the TEMS and TCCC communities, providing valuable insight into the latest and greatest information in the world of tactical medicine.


Meet the Expert

Boehringer Ingelheim

ASF: Essential steps to beat the persistent threat

“During winter time, the African swine fever virus may persist up to five months in the bone marrow of a wild boar's carcass”
A significant reduction in Europe’s wild boar populations and good biosecurity on all swine farms are necessary steps to combat African swine fever, Professor Zygmunt Pejsak emphasises in this Meet The Expert podcast. Professor Pejsak was head of the swine diseases department at the National Veterinary Institute in Poland when ASF first entered the country across its Eastern border. He discusses strategic options against the disease and makes the case for having effective surveillance in any affected or potentially affected country to control the possible introduction of a novel virus genotype.


Plantopia

The American Phytopathological Society (APS)

Robotics Revolution: Part 2

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Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke

Dr. James Cooke

Unaccountability and the Collective Shadow | Living Mirrors #78

On today's episode I share some thoughts on unaccountability and the collective shadow.  


Ortho Science BYTES Podcast

Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

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Aquadocs

Michelle Greenfield

48. A Tribute to Winter the Dolphin

On this final Aquadocs episode of 2021, Michelle interviews Dr. Shelly Marquardt, veterinarian at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, as a special tribute to Winter the Dolphin. Winter, one of the bottlenose dolphins at Clearwater was found in the coastal waters of Florida in 2005. She was caught in a crab trap that resulted in the loss of her tail. Over the years, her team has worked tirelessly to provide unique enrichment for her unique  morphology, including a silicone tail to help with her unnatural swimming patterns (tail moving side to side instead of up and down). Sadly, Winter recently passed away on November 11, 2021. Despite incredible life-saving efforts by Dr. Marquardt and experts from around the country who flew in to help her, Winter passed away from intestinal torsion. This episode was recorded a few weeks prior to her passing and tells her incredible rescue story from a veterinary perspective. We are releasing this episode as


Public Health Out Loud

Dr. Jim McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan

Public Health Out Loud is a podcast that delves into the broader public health concerns and issues facing everyday Rhode Islanders. From discussions about safeguarding against future pandemics to actionable plans for families to help keep their loved ones safe from preventable diseases, Public Health Out Loud is a no nonsense resource for listeners who want to stick to the facts. With all that’s going on in the world at every hour of the day, podcast hosts Dr. James McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan promise to deliver accurate, light-hearted, and informative public health updates that matter to you. This podcast is brought to you by the Rhode Island Department of Health.


living healthy longer

Colorado State University's Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging

We’re decoding the science of healthy aging, bringing it out of the lab and into the homes of a broader public. living healthy longer covers the latest in the biological, cognitive, psychological, social, and behavioral aspects of getting older—from research happening at Colorado State University, to interventions and community programs supporting our ever-growing, aging population, to news headlines that challenge what we thought we knew about aging. Join hosts from the Columbine Health Systems Center for Healthy Aging at Colorado State University as we break down what science says about living a longer, healthier life.


OHBM Neurosalience

OHBM

S2 EP12: Maurizio Corbetta. Attention, Clinical Use of Neuroimaging, and a provocative theory for what Resting State fMRI actually is

Maurizio Corbetta is Full Professor and Chair of Neurology in the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Padua, Italy. He is also the founding director of the new Padua Neuroscience Center, a highly interdisciplinary research programme centered on the idea of brain networks in health and society.
After receiving is M.D. from the University of Pavia in Italy, he carried out a residency in Neurology at the University of Verona. In 1990 he moved to US, carting out a fellowship in NeuroImaging at Barnes Hospital at Wash U in St. Louis. While in St. Louis, he worked his way up to being the Norman J. Strupp Professor of Neurology, and Professor of Radiology, Anatomy, Neurobiology Bioengineering and Neuroscience at Wash University, as well as Director of Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis


People, Parasites and Plagues

David Peterson and Liliana Salvador

People, Parasites and Plagues is a podcast aimed at delivering information about the fascinating pathogens among us from the impressive professionals who study them.Join our hosts Dr. David Peterson and Dr. Liliana Salvador, two infectious disease researchers from the University of Georgia, as we explore the past, present, and future of science.Tune in every other week for a new and enlightening episode as we unpack the details surrounding some of Earth’s most perplexing diseases.


Meet the Microbiologist

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Neglected Tropical Diseases and Pandemic Prevention With Peter Hotez

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Naked Neuroscience, from the Naked Scientists

Katie Haylor

Inside the Mind

This month we're pondering the mysterious mind - what is it? Are us humans unique in having one? And where does the brain fit in? Plus we chat over some of the latest neuroscience news with local experts... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists


Beat Your Genes Podcast

BeatYourGenes

273: Guys & promiscuous women, Does my BF treat me bad or he just high T?

In today's episode, Dr. Lisle discusses:

1. Why do men sometimes pair-bond/fall in love with obviously promiscuous women(promiscuous reputation, clubbing/partying often, always scantily clad)? Maybe I'm having a hard time understanding because I'm a young woman. I would love to hear your thoughts!

2. What pair-bond behavior do highly testeronized men show? My boyfriend of 1 year remembers minute details about me, pays for all our dates, sends me food when he's not with me, and has bought me a new MacBook Pro, iPhone, Tiffany's jewelry, flowers every month, and teddy bears but he is not very verbally or physically affectionate. He has never initiated sexual activities with me either, although I can tell he enjoys when we do them. He's very jealous and possessive, insulting other men's abilities and intentions with me and always telling me to dress more modestly. In addition to


Future Cities

Future Cities

Climate Gentrification in Coastal Cities

In this episode, a diverse team of graduate students discuss their research on climate gentrification in the Eastern coast of the United States and their personal stories about why they are inspired to study this topic. They share perspectives on the importance of interdisciplinary science in their own professional development and the value of an interdisciplinary approach to tackling wicked problems like climate change gentrification. The team also reflects on the importance of team science with peers in building confidence and establishing an essential network of support as early career researchers.Learn more about the the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center at sesync.org.Follow and connect with this month's guests:Kelsea Best: Twitter, LinkedInAzmal Hossan: Twitter, LinkedInSharif Islam: Twitter, LinkedInZeynab Jouzi: Twitter, LinkedInTimothy Kirby: Twitter, LinkedInBecca Nixon: TwitterRichard A. Nyiawung: Twitter, L


The Bio Busters

thebiobusters

The Bio Busters: a podcast about all things science.


Everyday Neuro: Psychology and Neuroscience Podcast Series

Dr Janine Cooper: Cognitive Psychologist, Neuroscientist, Neuropsychology,

Everyday Neuro 017: The Art of Relaxation - Learn Effective Ways to Reduce Tension and Anxiety

In Episode 17, I discuss the topic of relaxation and how we can engage in breath work to help reduce tension and anxiety. I talk with Tessa Hughes, an experienced mindfulness practitioner about the benefits that mindfulness and meditation can bring to our thinking and wellbeing.


BioRad.io

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.

Episode 11: The Synthetic Biology Revolution

Synthetic biology is the design, testing, and construction of new, standardized biological parts and devices, and programming them to do something productive. Significant medical breakthroughs are already happening as a result of advances in synthetic biology. From antiviral treatment and immune cell engineering to biomonitoring, the applications of synthetic biology are endless, creating new opportunities for innovative informatics. In this episode, we discuss revolutionary applications of synthetic biology in biopharma.
Guest: Mark Charbonneau, PhD, Director and Head of Quantitative Biology, Synlogic


Mentes brilhantes - por Flavio e Leonardo Siqueira

Mentes Brilhantes

A filosofia e as inquietudes dos irmãos Flavio e Leonardo Siqueira em permanentes questionamentos, até de suas próprias questões.


Pri-Med News & Industry Features

Pri-Med

Learn about pertinent news stories—in the format of short podcast episodes—that get to the heart of today’s most important issues in primary care with the Pri-Med News & Industry Features channel. Each news episode includes three distinct topics – jump to a topic of interest using helpful timestamps in each episode description. This channel also features podcasts covering practice management tips and key insights for treatments in various therapeutic areas.


The Antigen

Pfizer

Science Will Win: a crash course in gene therapy

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National Cancer Institute

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PV Roundup - Medical News Podcast

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Don Schaffner and Ben Chapman

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Forum

Nature Biotechnology

Drug Delivery Roundtable: Langer and Whitehead

Robert Langer and Kathryn Whitehead talk with Senior Editor Markus Elsner about drug delivery methods and their applications within a wide range of therapeutic modalities.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


Veterinary Surgery Podcast

Jolle Kirpensteijn

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LSHTM Viral

LSHTM

S3E10: Season 3 reflections and goodbye for now!

Join Amy and Karl as they reflect on the LSHTM Viral season 3. They discuss how far have we come with vaccinations worldwide and key takeaways from the expert discussions throughout the season. Thank you to all the experts who appeared on the podcast and the dedicated LSHTM Viral listeners that helped LSHTM Viral win a Gold CASE Award for Digital Communications (Frequent Podcast Category). Goodbye for now!


The Simple BioTech Podcast

James Ruhle

#14 - Tyler Golato - Decentralizing Drug Development For The Greater Public Good

Today is a very special episode where I will be discussing Biotech and Blockchain. Now you might be asking yourself - how do blockchain and biotech have anything to do with each other? That's exactly what i thought as well when I first heard of VitaDao. But after my conversation today I'm convinced that this is a collision of industries that was absolutely necessary. Vitadao is taking the world of crypto, and the world of BioTech and smashing them together in an explosion of innovation. VitaDao is a completely decentralized autonomous organization... also know as a DAO... now there's a high likelihood that that sounds like a foreign language, and that a lot of you have never heard of a decentralized autonomous organization.. fear not, we go deep into exactly what that means in this episode.VitaDao is allowing any investor to invest in the absolute cutting edge BioTech technologies


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In conversation with...

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The Pain Beat

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PaperPlayer biorxiv bioinformatics

Multimodal LLC

Integrating multimeric threading with high-throughput experiments for structural interactome of Escherichia coli

Link to bioRxiv paper:
http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2020.10.17.343962v1?rss=1

Authors: Gong, W., Guerler, A., Zhang, C., Warner, E., Li, C., Zhang, Y.

Abstract:
Genome-wide protein-protein interaction determination (or interactome) remains a significantly unsolved problem in structural biology. The difficulty is twofold since high-throughput experiments (THEs) have often high false-positive rate in assigning PPIs and PPI quaternary structure is much more difficult to solve than tertiary structure using traditional structural biology techniques. We proposed a uniform pipeline to address both difficulties which recognizes PPIs by combining multi-chain threading with high-throughput experimental (HTE) data through naive Bayesian classifiers, where quaternary structures are then constructed by mapping monomer models with the d


PaperPlayer biorxiv molecular biology

Multimodal LLC

Audio versions of bioRxiv paper abstracts


HappysoulHappylife M.Rivera

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