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  • How Seafaring Scientists Are Mapping The Deep
    SciFri
    34:29
    Science
    2,318

    Scientists are discovering new species nearly everywhere they look in the deepest parts of the ocean. Two of them make a case for why this remote habitat is worth our close attention.

  • #ICYMI - Motorcycle Racing: Physics on 2-Wheels
    StarTalk Radio
    42:14
    Sports
    179,807

    In case you missed this episode on the Playing with Science channel… We kick it into top gear as hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice explore the physics of motorcycle racing, riding, and assembly alongside adventure journalist Jim Clash and physics professor and motorcycle aficionado Charles Falco. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/all-access/motorcycle-racing-physics-on-2-wheels/ Photo Credit: SCrider (Flickr) via Wikimedia Commons.

  • Parimal Kopardekar Talks About Managing Drones in our Skies
    NASA
    26:10
    Science
    1,064

    A rerun of a conversation with Parimal Kopardekar, NASA’s senior technologist for the Air Transportation System at NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley. Transcript: https://www.nasa.gov/ames/nisv-podcast-ep93-parimal-kopardekar

  • 342 Le conflit myrméco-chlorophyllien
    Podcast Science
    01:20:55
    Science
    4,870

    Eléa anime le compte “Le Plantoscope”. Taupo parle de bestioles assez régulièrement sur son blog SSAFT. Y’allait bien avoir un moment où ces deux là allaient se clasher pour déterminer qui, des plantes et des animaux, sont les plus badass. Ce soir, ils ont donc décidé de vous concocter un segment pré-enregistré où un champignon anime un débat tentant de résoudre le conflit myrméco-chlorophyllien : les relations compliquées entre plantes et fourmis. Nous sommes le mercredi 30 mai de l’an 2018, bienvenue dans Podcast Science émission 342

  • Fipronilneu
    SWR Umwelt und Ernährung
    00:46
    11

    Rund 73 000 mit Fipronil belastete Eier aus den Niederlanden sind in Niedersachsen, BaWü, Hessen, Bayern, Schleswig-Holstein und NRW in den Einzelhandel gelangt

  • Tumble Presents: Young Ben Franklin
    Tumble Podcast
    18:01
    343

    **Recommended for listeners age 8 and up** This week, we’re presenting a new show from our friends at Gen Z Media! It’s called Young Ben Franklin, and it’s a mystery-adventure series about the 14 year old kid who went on to become one of America’s most famous founding fathers.

    If you enjoy this show, you can find more like it at bestrobotever.com. Subscribe at Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts, so that you won’t miss an episode of Young Ben Franklin. The full series premiers on July 4. Independence Day!

    Younger listeners might want to skip this story, due to some dramatic situations and language. We’ll be back with more Tumble soon.

    Don’t forget, we’re in the middle of our Patreon pledge drive! Your support makes our show possible. Not kidding! If you value what we do, please consider making a donation at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. The first 10 fans to pledge will receive a Detective Dot megapack!

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  • Cosmic Queries – The Science Around Us
    StarTalk Radio
    55:17
    Science
    282,661

    Bill Nye the Science Guy and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries about The Planetary Society and space exploration, climate change, the competitive nature of scientists, the EPA, NASA, extra-terrestrials, dark matter, and much more. NOTE: StarTalk All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/all-access/cosmic-queries-the-science-around-us/ Photo Credit: Ben Ratner.

  • Recent Supreme Court Ruling A Blow To Labor..Janus May Be Next.
    Nurse Talk
    10:55
    100

    David Johnson, Director of Organizing for National Nurses United shares with Nurse Talk Radio about how the recent Supreme Court ruling to bar workers from acting collectively to resolve illegal workplace discrimination is a “disgraceful assault on the rights of all working people” and a “direct attack on the Constitutional rights of freedom of association.” This is one in a series of anti-labor Supreme Court rulings.

  • National Dietetics Week 2018
    Hospital Radio Plymouth
    09:23
    Interview
    10

    During National Dietetics Week a special stand was put on in the foyer of Derriford Hospital focusing on illness prevention through good diet. Andrew Hill went along and found out more from dietitian Sandra Wood.

  • Why We're Addicted to Screens
    Inquiring Minds
    37:01
    Science
    0

    We talk to Adam Alter, author and marketing and psychology professor at NYU's Stern School of Business about his book Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked.

  • Western Science Speaks E4: Explore the Revival of Atlantic Salmon in the Great Lakes
    Science at Western
    16:17
    Science
    11

    When you live in a fish-eat-fish world, the complexity of your environment and how you use it to survive and thrive is of critical importance. Neff Lab researcher, Chris Therrien joins us for part two in a series about the revival of Atlantic Salmon in The Great Lakes.

  • How Is The Microbiome Keeping Peace? Ask The Immune System
    SciFri
    17:16
    Science
    1,390

    Researchers are learning how immunoglobulin A is responsible for much more than fighting infection in the gut.

  • Nurse Talk Mini Cast During The Thom Hartmann Program
    Nurse Talk
    03:00
    165

    Here are highlights of National Nurses United Director of Organizing David Johnson talking about a recent Supreme Court ruling, the Federal Arbitration Act. Bad for labor...good for corporations! All part of a strategic assault on Labor in the U.S.

  • What Can Scientists Bring To Congress?
    SciFri
    16:18
    Science
    1,285

    Two scientist candidates running for office talk about what unique perspectives scientists can bring to the political process.

  • In Wyoming, A Solution To Wildlife Traffic Accidents May Be In The Bag
    SciFri
    04:10
    Science
    1,194

    Out with the reflectors, in with the canvas totes.

  • Looking Ahead To Hurricane Season
    SciFri
    12:01
    Science
    1,275

    Forecasters use statistics and modelling to estimate the number of major tropical storms and hurricanes in the months ahead.

  • Lika Guhathakurta and Ryan McGranaghan Talk About Space Weather
    NASA
    39:51
    Science
    2,184

    A conversation with Lika Guhathakurta, lead program scientist for new initiatives in the Exploration Technology Directorate at NASA's Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, and Ryan McGranaghan, postdoctoral researcher from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Transcript: https://www.nasa.gov/ames/nisv-podcast-ep92-lika-guhathakurta-and-ryan-mcgranaghan

  • SciFri Archive: Marking 40 Years Since Apollo 11
    SciFri
    48:07
    Science
    1,310

    Alan Bean passed away on May 26, 2018. He appeared on Science Friday on July 17, 2009, to mark the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon. We've pulled this interview from the SciFri Archive in his memory.

  • Hur påverkar globaliseringen den svenska arbetsmarknaden?
    SNSkunskap
    01:45:37
    News & Politics
    95

    Sverige har globaliserats snabbt under de senaste årtiondena. Hur påverkar det företagens efterfrågan på olika typ av arbetskraft? Vilka arbetstagare gynnas mest av globaliseringen? Och hur påverkas matchningen mellan företag och arbetstagare? De är frågor som två nationalekonomer undersöker i en ny SNS-rapport. Medverkande Samuel Engblom, samhällspolitisk chef, TCO Fredrik Heyman, docent i nationalekonomi, Institutet för Näringslivsforskning (IFN) och Lunds universitet Ylva Johansson, arbetsmarknads- och etableringsminister Carola Lemne, vd, Svenskt Näringsliv Mats Persson, Liberalernas ekonomisk-politiska talesperson Fredrik Sjöholm, professor i nationalekonomi, Lunds universitet och Institutet för Näringslivsforskning Hans Stråberg, styrelseordförande, Atlas Copco och SKF Samtalet leds av Mikael Witterblad, chef SNS forskningsprogram.

  • The Best Studied Volcano On The Planet
    SciFri
    07:43
    Science
    1,242

    Plus, researchers uncover the reproductive trickery of stick bugs and a high stakes game of Pandemic gets real.

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