Wetenschap – Hongkong SAR van China – Aanbevolen podcasts

  • Hver ONSDAG udkommer “Hva så?! forklarer alt”, hvor jeg, som titlen antyder har kastet mig ud i at forklare alt, i samarbejdet med forskere, astronomer, historiker, biologier og alle mulig andre kloge hoveder. Vi starter ved The Big Bang og så går rejsen ellers bare der udad.

  • Interviews and data sessions with Conversation Analysts - a Podcast from The International Society for Conversation Analysis (ISCA)

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    2022 燈登旗下podcaster,
    In x Jen B

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  • A podcast that delivers modern day methods of strength and mobility training.

  • Science, life, and girl power! Exploring the most important topics in STEM and girl empowerment. Making this world a more equal and opportune place one girl at a time.

  • The Reliants Project is a podcast about how networks shape your wellbeing, relationships and community. Through conversations with the leading thinkers in the field of network science the show will help you actively cultivate your network, whether your goal is to build your relationships more deliberately, make better introductions, or activate networks to make an impact in the world.

  • A weekly podcast dedicated to helping you unwind while you journey into jungles, swamps, and seas to learn all about your favorite animals from around the world. Sleep, relax, or be attentive; its all up to you. New episodes available every Friday.

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  • Want to know more about how to apply and administer natural medicine in your clinic? Or you simply interested in finding out more from the world's top practitioners about how to get better and feel better? Join Naturopath & Director of Education Philip Watkins and INL Founder & Naturopath Graeme Bradshaw as they discuss foundational and innovative approaches to treatment with the help from some of the leading Doctors and Healthcare Practitioners from around the world.

  • Each week, physician and economist Dr. Bapu Jena will dig into a fascinating study at the intersection of economics and healthcare. He takes on questions like: Why do kids with summer birthdays get the flu more often? Can surviving a hurricane help you live longer? What do heart surgery and grocery-store pricing have in common?

  • Beer testing, strategic analysis and methods of warfare. I currently make a new episode every week on the weekends.

  • Dr Austin Tay is an organizational psychologist. In each podcast episode, he will discuss work-related issues that matter in the workplace. Through the lens of a psychologist, Dr Austin will provide tips and advice to his listeners to help them navigate the complex world of work. Email to [email protected] or send via Twitter @psych_chat to send comments or suggestions.

    Dr Austin Tay is the founder of Omnipsi Consulting (www.omnipsi.com).
    OmniPsi Consulting specialises in executive coaching, leadership assessment and development, career transitioning, training and workplace intervention.

  • Tolu Faromika and Kristina Valkanas take students and the general public to the core of new Psychology and Neuroscience research in this educative podcast. Do you ever wonder if you can mix interests? Psychology and Video Games? Neuroscience and Technology? Psychology and Physics? Every month, we'll shine the light on a subfield/intersection involving both topics! Each episode introduces you to something you perhaps never thought was possible. Episodes are released every 12th and 22nd of each month, but make sure to look out for the exciting bonus episodes!

  • These are overwhelming, turbulent times, but that also means there is major potential to fill the cracks with new ideas and to transform these destructive systems.
    There are specific root causes for problems and holistic solutions everywhere. There is room for prosperity, there is room for regeneration and a shift in values.
    Another reality is possible and that is what we're exploring here today.

    Welcome to Sage Talking🌍🌊☀

  • The AsianSIL 101 is an audiovisual series that features conversations with leading scholars of international law, working in and on Asia.

  • What are waves and what happens to them when they pass through a gap? Do different sorts of waves behave in the same way? Dr Andrew Norton of The Open University uses a ripple tank to demonstrate some of the key features of wave motion, and show how waves spread out when they pass through an aperture. Using a laser and a diffraction grating, he shows that light waves spread out in the same way. The album draws on material originally created to support The Open University course Exploring Science.

  • Everyone has heard about Bigfoot. Not many know that there's a much more terrifying cryptid stalking the deepest, darkest woods of North America and beyond. Tune in every Friday night, at 9PM EST, as eyewitnesses share the terrifying details of their real-life Dogman encounters with you. These are real eyewitnesses, not actors.

    If you listen to this show, you'll never look at the woods the same way again!

  • Nature Biotechnology's Forum podcast explores biotech's latest scientific publications, found in Nature Biotechnology and elsewhere, through discussions with today's leading researchers.

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  • Whether it's relationship advice, politics, combating social injustice, spirituality or many other provocative topics... for over 15 years, "The Dedan Tolbert Show" has provided the realest form of talk radio while encouraging change and self reflection from a Christian perspective. Hosted by Life Coach, Author and Advice columnist, Dedan Tolbert, "The Dedan Tolbert Show" is one of the original urban podcasts, trailblazing the way for a new generation of self expression.
    Sponsorship opportunities are available via email at [email protected]

  • Making research data FAIR – findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable – is fundamentally changing the way research is conducted and shared. Through interviews with people involved with FAIR Data in various roles – thought leaders as well as less established but equally interesting innovators -- the FAIR Data Podcast provides a window into the latest trends and developments and what’s coming, and serves as a hopefully lively and entertaining resource for the growing FAIR Data Community of interest.

  • On Neuro Current, we delve into the stories and conversations surrounding research published in the journals of the Society for Neuroscience. Through its publications, JNeurosci, eNeuro, and the History of Neuroscience in Autobiography, SfN promotes discussion, debate, and reflection on the nature of scientific discovery, to advance the understanding of the brain and the nervous system.