Wetenschap – Luxemburg – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Du wohnst in der Stadt und verbringst deine Wochenenden in Parks und Wäldern? Du möchtest deinen Balkon bepflanzen, weißt aber nicht, wo du anfangen sollst? Du willst endlich das Vogelgezwitscher erkennen, das dich morgens weckt? Dann bist du bei "Wild!" genau richtig! Jeden Monat geht Lucile Gagnière mit Naturexpert:innen spazieren und nimmt dich mit. Sie sprechen über Pflanzen, Tiere und Pilze, die in deutschen Städten leben. Sie geben Tipps für Naturinteressierte. Und: am Ende jeder Folge gibt es ein saisonales Rezept mit Wildpflanzen, die vor der Haustür wachsen.

  • Es ist ein "Blick über den Tellerrand".

    In rund 25 Minuten möchte ich Perspektiven aufzeigen, sowie Impulse und Lösungen für eine nachhaltige Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft diskutieren.

    Freut Euch auf inspirierende und völlig unterschiedliche Gesprächspartner*innen aus Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft, Kultur und Politik.

  • Introduces the production of plastic and the problem with overproduction. The over production of plastic leads to unmanageable plastic waste which eventually leads into the ocean. In this podcast, the Indian Ocean and the countries surrounding it will be discussed as to why these countries contribute to polluting one of the most polluted oceans in the world.

  • "Renée fait causer", c'est le podcast des événements éco-friendly !
    On y parle environnement autant qu'on sirote un breuvage local, on y discute de la nature autant qu'on fait des rencontres, on y apprend des trucs autant qu'on s'amuse.
    C'est un concentré de tout ça !
    Pour ce podcast, les équipes de Renée Prod. posent leur studio mobile là où se déroulent des événements liés à la préservation de l'environnement, partout en France. Ensuite, les micros s'ouvrent et tout le monde peut venir raconter son histoire.
    Quand on écoute ce podcast on vit ou on revit ces événements.

  • Pas besoin d'avoir les pieds dans l'eau pour parler d'océan. La preuve avec l'Océan s'invite au Luxembourg (https://imslux.lu/fra/nos-activites/pole-de-specialites/37_l-ocean-s-invite-au-luxembourg) : un projet d’IMS Luxembourg et de la Fondation 1Ocean pour sensibiliser les pays enclavés aux enjeux océaniques. Ce podcast est réalisé par Renée Prod avec les élèves du Lycée français du Luxembourg et du Lycée international Anne Beffort dans le cadre du volet pédagogique du projet IMS.  
     
    Rencontrez des experts de renom, des chef·fes d'entreprise et d'ONG et notre invité d’honneur S.A.R. le Grand-Duc de Luxembourg et suivez les interviews passionnantes d’élèves curieux·ses et d'une journaliste expérimentée. 

    IMS Luxembourg et 1 Ocean, avec le support de la Banque Européenne d'Investissement. Luxembourg, Let’s make it happen.
    Hébergé par Ausha. Visitez ausha.co/fr/politique-de-confidentialite pour plus d'informations.

  • Welcome to "Weird Species," an original podcast by the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research. Join Prof. Dr. Julia Sigwart as she guides you through the fascinating world of the species on our planet. Whether you prefer them super cute or pretty icky, whether you can find them in your neighborhood or only on a remote island, we've got you covered. Each episode features conversations with scientists from various fields, where Julia quizzes them on their favorite species.

    Imprint: 

    Copyright: Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung
    Concept: Adrian Giacomelli, Julia Sigwart, Sabine Wilke
    Editor: Adrian Giacomelli
    Ed. assistant: Benjamin Wimmer
    Moderation: Julia Sigwart
    Production: Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung

  • Lab Out Loud is a show about science teaching in the classroom and beyond. Lab Out Loud seeks to explore science education through discussions with educators, researchers, leading scientists, science writers and other guests who are committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.

  • A podcast by Mind & Life Europe, emphasising the importance of exploratory dialogue, radical candour, intersubjectivity, and listening as an epistemology. Inspired by the groundbreaking work of our co-founder, the Chilean neurobiologist and philosopher Francisco Varela, these conversations are one more way of exploring what has been the lodestar for our work at Mind & Life Europe: the continuity between mind and life, or in Franciscoโ€™s own formulation, โ€œliving as sense-making.โ€


    Mind & Life Europe is a home for unconventional interdisciplinary encounters, where researchers and practitioners enrich one another in their understanding of mind and life, through the rigour of scientific inquiry, the openness of philosophical investigation, the edginess of artistic exploration, and the depth of contemplative wisdom traditions. We believe that holding an open-hearted and interdisciplinary space of dialogue is in itself a radical, ethical mode of being-in-the-world, which generates new pathways of research and collective sense-making with transformative potential.


    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • Kaum ein Lebensraum ist so bedroht von den Folgen des Klimawandels wie das Korallenriff. Der Meeresökologe Dr. Christian Wild vom GeoBio-Center der LMU untersucht, welchen Veränderungen das Ökosystem Korallenriff ausgesetzt ist.

  • What it takes to take down a dam is a podcast about the context, science, and engineering of the Klamath dam removals.

  • Dive into the world of deep learning for satellite images with your host, Robin Cole. Robin meets with experts in the field to discuss their research, products, and careers in the space of satellite image deep learning. Stay up to date on the latest trends and advancements in the industry - whether youโ€™re an expert in the field or just starting to learn about satellite image deep learning, this a podcast for you. Head to https://www.satellite-image-deep-learning.com/ to learn more about this fascinating domain

    www.satellite-image-deep-learning.com

  • The DéPOT partnership examines the historical roots of deindustrialization and the contemporary responses to it. The goal is to understand deindustrialization in transnational or comparative perspective, its causes, the responses to it, its effects, and its legacies. The partnership joins 25 leading specialists in the study of deindustrialization as well as 18 research centres and 16 industrial museums, heritage groups, trade unions, labour archives, Indigenous organizations, and publishers. The focus is on the transnational connections between and comparisons among the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom – the heart of the old “industrial world.”

    The DéPOT podcast serves as a place for deindustrialization-related conversations about research, methodology, and publications, primarily with graduate student and post doctoral affiliates and co-investigators.

    Please visit https://deindustrialization.org to learn more about the project.

  • Dairy Farmers of Canada | Les Producteurs Laitiers du Canada

  • Indian Genes is committed to bringing in ideas and thoughts from Global leaders in their field to every listener and home, with the intention of providing free and easy access to this information to all that would want to continue their quest for continuous learning.

    We also are very focused on our young talent that would benefit from this exposure as they plan and move ahead in the careers and life path, hopefully inspiring them to greater heights and clarity in thought that builds both character and career.

    We look to achieve this by maintaining premium production values that places this platform in line with international standards and credibility that is based on strong values that support sharing of knowledge with everyone that continues to seek personal and professional excellence.

  • Tech Advantage is a podcast from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST). LIST is a mission-driven Research and Technology Organisation (RTO) active in the fields of materials, environment and IT. In this podcast, weโ€™ll delve every other Tuesday into some of the latest innovations in materials technology, sustainability and IT. The podcast will feature conversations with experts but also short quick-bite episodes on technology topics that are shaping the world today.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

  • This is Perform with Dr. Andy Galpin. 
    I'm Dr. Andy Galpin, a professor of kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton.
    With this podcast, my goal is to help you better understand and maximize your own physical performance, leveraging my two decades of experience with top-tier performers, including Olympians and world champions across numerous sports. We'll discuss a range of advanced tools, technologies, and strategies, striking a balance between the forefront of scientific research and simple solutions.
    The way we'll do that is by covering what I call the "3 I's". For every topic, we'll explore how to 1) Investigate (i.e., measure), 2) Interpret (i.e., what's good, bad), and 3) Intervene (i.e., change). We'll do this from the lens of high performance, letting you enhance your abilities from good to great.                                  
    In the upcoming episodes of Season 1, we'll explore topics like the science of muscle development, how to build endurance, the role of sleep and recovery in high performance, and how to create training programs for strength, improving VO2 Max and cardiovascular health, growing muscle and much more.  
    I'll share actionable insights ("do's and don'ts") and I'll discuss the effectiveness of various supplements, training equipment, and technology in elevating mental and physical performance.
    While not all of us are elite athletes, myself included, there are many lessons and tools that we can glean from those performing at the highest levels. And remember, as legendary coach Bill Bowerman stated, "If you have a body, you are an athlete." If you're not already, I hope you'll consider starting to train and recover like an athlete. 

  • Der Besuch eines neuen Ortes ist eine Erfahrung, die auf viele verschiedene Arten gemacht werden kann. Man kann es als Tourist tun, oder man kann sich von denen begleiten lassen, die diesen Ort gut kennen. Dolomiti Sound Stories ist ein Podcast, der Ihnen die wahre Seele der Dolomiten durch die Stimmen ihrer Bewohner erzählt.
    Wir reisen durch die Dolomitenlandschaft, um über Traditionen, Geschichte, Umwelt, sprachliche Minderheiten und Sport zu sprechen, begleitet von denjenigen, die diese Erfahrungen Tag für Tag erleben.
    Margherita Menardi, die ladinische Musikerin und Radiomoderatorin, und Ulrike "Ulli" Innerkofler, die Wanderführerin und Skilehrerin aus Südtirol, haben in diesem Podcast viele Stimmen der Dolomiten vereint, die alle auf ihre Weise mit diesen Bergen verbunden sind.

    Dolomiti Sound Stories ist eine Vois-Produktion für Dolomiti Super Ski
    Stimmen Margherita Menardi und Ulrike Innerkofler
    Regie Gianluca Stazi und Paolo Barberi
    Musik Gianluigi Gallo
    Ton und Postproduktion Gianluca Stazi
    Schnitt Mix & Master Alessio Abeli
    Redaktionelle Unterstützung Elisa Cozzolino
    Deutsche Synchronisation Carlo Emanuele Esposito
    Deutsche Übersetzung Reinhard Uhlmann
    Produzenten Andrea Maltagliati und Giovanna Surace

  • The Ocean Explained Podcast offers an immersive way to explore the ocean's wonders.
    Each episode dives deeply into a unique topic related to marine life, conservation, and oceanography. Featuring a panel of marine biologists, divers, explorers, paleobiologists, and conservation experts, the podcast shares extensive knowledge, captivating stories, and valuable insights. From the secrets of the deep sea to the vital importance of coral reefs, every aspect of the ocean is covered.
    With one high-quality episode released monthly, this podcast is the go-to source for an enjoyable dose of H20.

  • A podcast discussing Tribology and related subjects with the best people in the business.