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  • A Possible Dark Side To Gene-Editing Technique CRISPR
    SciFri
    11:41
    Science
    1,137

    New research indicates that for some cell types, CRISPR could lead to cancer.

  • How Abstract Math Can Analyze Social Injustice
    SciFri
    24:55
    Science
    550

    Abstract math can be a tool to better understand power structures in society, says mathematician Eugenia Cheng, and to examine the injustice between groups.

  • Soundscape ecology with Bernie Krause – Science Weekly podcast
    Guardian Science Weekly
    27:02
    Science
    1,577

    Do you know what noise a hungry sea anemone makes? Soundscape ecologist Bernie Krause does. Armed with over 5,000 hours of recordings, he takes Ian Sample on a journey through the natural world and demonstrates why sound is such a powerful tool for conservation

  • SciFri's Tentacled Spectacle Cephalopod Week Returns
    SciFri
    16:34
    Science
    1,058

    Like a kraken rising from the depths, Cephalopod Week is back!

  • Remembering Anthony: “A Seat at the Table with Anthony Bourdain Parts 1 & 2”
    StarTalk Radio
    01:19:06
    Science
    236,179

    To celebrate the life of Anthony Bourdain, Neil deGrasse Tyson is revisiting his two-part interview with him from 2013, as a single, commercial-free episode with new thoughts and recollections by Neil. Featuring comic co-host Eugene Mirman and NYU Professor of Nutrition Marion Nestle. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/all-access/remembering-anthony-a-seat-at-the-table-with-anthony-bourdain-parts-1-2/ Photo Credit: Brandon Royal.

  • A Daily Audio Diary Of The Narwhal
    SciFri
    09:30
    Science
    960

    Researchers have collected the sounds of a group of narwhals in order to monitor how the animals are affected by manmade sounds.

  • 479 - Garden of Marvels (Rebroadcast)
    Science For The People
    01:00:00
    Science
    0

    This week we're learning about botany and the colorful science of gardening. Author Ruth Kassinger joins us to discuss her book "A Garden of Marvels: How We Discovered that Flowers Have Sex, Leaves Eat Air, and Other Secrets of the Way Plants Work." And we'll speak to NASA researcher Gioia Massa about her work to solve the technical challenges of gardening in space.

  • 344 Le soleil, avec Miho Janvier
    Podcast Science
    01:28:33
    Science
    5,194

    Ce soir, nous allons parler d’une étoile un peu spéciale. La plus proche, la plus étudiée et la seule étoile connue avec un système planétaire abritant la vie ! Je veux bien évidemment parler du Soleil. Son étude approfondie a permis et permet toujours de comprendre, par comparaison, toutes les autres étoiles de l’univers. D’autre part, le moindre pet de travers de notre étoile peut avoir des conséquences énormes et souvent encore mal comprises sur notre planète et nos modes de vies. Pour répondre à nos questions sur cette étoile si familière et pourtant encore si mal connue, nous recevons Miho Janvier, astronome-adjointe à l’Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale d’Orsay. Nous sommes le 13 juin 2018, bienvenue dans Podcast Science émission 344. Tour de table Notre invité Miho depuis Paris Eléa, depuis Strasbourg Pascal depuis presque Mulhouse. Irène, depuis Bastia Claire, depuis Paris Tupe, depuis chez Claire à Paris Et moi meme depuis Baltimore Au sommaire de cette émission - L’interview de Miho Janvier - quelques plugs - La citation

  • StarTalk SoundBite: Anthony Bourdain's Least Favorite Food
    StarTalk Radio
    01:29
    StarTalk Radio
    84

    In this StarTalk SoundBite, the late Anthony Bourdain tells Neil deGrasse Tyson about the worst food he has eaten in his travels. If you like this, be sure to listen to the full StarTalk Radio episode "Remembering Anthony: “A Seat at the Table with Anthony Bourdain Parts 1 & 2”" at https://soundcloud.com/startalk/remembering-anthony-a-seat-at-the-table-with-anthony-bourdain-parts-1-2

  • The Coyotes Of Chicago
    SciFri
    12:29
    Science
    497

    WBEZs Curious City and wildlife biologist Chris Anchor explore how coyotes living in Chicago make a home in an urban environment.

  • The Economics Of Crossing Borders
    SciFri
    07:42
    Science
    460

    New research finds migrants and refugees boost the economies of countries they come to within just two years.

  • 478 - She Has Her Mother's Laugh
    Science For The People
    01:00:00
    Science
    0

    What does heredity really mean? Carl Zimmer would argue it's more than your genes along. In "She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Power, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity", Zimmer covers the history of genetics and what kinship and heredity really mean when we're discovering how to alter our own DNA, and, potentially, the DNA of our children.

  • Virtual Reality Is Changing Human Connection
    Inquiring Minds
    55:34
    Science
    0

    We talk to Peter Rubin, editor at Wired and author of Future Presence: How Virtual Reality Is Changing Human Connection, Intimacy, and the Limits of Ordinary Life.

  • A Possible Oasis In A Sea Of Dying Coral
    SciFri
    04:24
    Science
    435

    Pockets of coral in the Pacific and western Atlantic escape, resist, or rebound bleaching events while their neighbors die off.

  • Science Friday Presents: Two Wrongs Don't Make A Meteorite
    SciFri
    17:39
    Science
    437

    A scientist goes toe-to-toe with capitalism for a meteorite prize, performed live in the Harris Theater in Chicago.

  • Pensionssystemets demografiska utmaningar
    SNSkunskap
    01:18:46
    News & Politics
    82

    Det nuvarande sättet att beräkna vår livslängd i det allmänna pensionssystemet underskattar systematiskt hur länge vi lever. Det gör att underskott uppstår och ackumuleras, som yngre generationer kommer att få betala. Är tiden mogen för en ny prognosmodell? Medverkande Edward Palmer, professor emeritus, Nationalekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet Yuwei Zhao de Gosson de Varennes, fil.dr vid Nationalekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet. Numera verksam som analytiker vid Skatteverket Ole Settergren, Chef för Analysavdelningen, Pensionsmyndigheten Maria Liljedahl, Chef för aktuariefunktionen, Folksam Liv Samtalet leds av Annika Creutzer, ekonomijournalist och privatekonomisk expert.

  • The Evolution of Journalism, with Katie Couric
    StarTalk Radio
    51:49
    Science
    198,236

    Neil deGrasse Tyson investigates the search for the truth, the devaluation of facts, staying fair and balanced, debunking “fake news”, and the evolution of modern journalism with Katie Couric, co-host Eugene Mirman, Buzz Machine’s Jeff Jarvis, and data journalist Mona Chalabi. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Photo Credit: Brandon Royal.

  • Alan Rhodes and Harvey Moseley Talk About Creating SOFIA’s Instruments
    NASA
    33:07
    Science
    1,104

    A conversation with Alan Rhodes, instrument development manager for the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, and Harvey Moseley a senior astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Transcript: https://www.nasa.gov/ames/nisv-podcast-ep94-alan-rhodes-harvey-moseley

  • The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity
    Inquiring Minds
    41:01
    Science
    0

    We talk to Carl Zimmer, New York Times columnist and author of 13 books about science about his latest book She Has Her Mother's Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.

  • After 8 Undersea Days, Cephalopod Week 2018 Draws To A Close
    SciFri
    15:49
    Science
    461

    We wrap our arms around our cephalo-bration of octopus, squid, cuttlefish, nautilus, and other undersea friends.

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