Wetenschap – Nieuwe podcasts

  • In het Klimaatakkoord hebben we afgesproken dat de Veenweiden gaan zorgen voor het verminderen van een jaarlijkse emissie van 1 megaton in 2030.

    Hoe gaan we dat doen? Wat wéten we al en wat weten we nog níet? Het Nationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Broeikasgassen Veenweiden (NOBV) is opgericht om dat verder te onderzoeken. De podcast Studio Veenweide is een serie over meten, weten en voorspellen.

    Presentator Inge Diepman gaat vanuit de studio in Zegveld in gesprek met onderzoekers, bestuurders en beleidsmakers over het Nationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Broeikasgassen Veenweiden (NOBV). Verschillende aspecten van het onderzoeksprogramma komen aan bod aan de hand van de 6 M-cyclus: Meten, Mechanistisch begrip, Modelleren, Maatschappelijke kosten-batenanalyses (MKBA’s), Maatregelen en Monitoren. In zes afleveringen belichten we de problemen en mogelijke oplossingen in het veenweidegebied, gaan we in op de stand van zaken van huidig onderzoek en blikken we vooruit naar het veenweidegebied van de toekomst.

    Luister ook naar de podcastserie Studio Veenweide – De verdieping met daarin hoorcolleges van verschillende onderzoekers over de 6 M’s.

  • Studio Veenweide – De verdieping is een serie colleges over de reductie van broeikasgassen in het Veenweidegebied. In het Klimaatakkoord is afgesproken dat de veenweiden gaan zorgen voor het verminderen van een jaarlijkse emissie van 1 megaton in 2030. Hoe gaan we dat doen? Wat wéten we al en wat weten we nog níet?

    Het Nationaal Onderzoeksprogramma Broeikasgassen Veenweiden (NOBV) is opgericht om dit verder te onderzoeken. In deze podcastserie komen verschillende aspecten van het onderzoeksprogramma komen aan bod aan de hand van de 6 M-cyclus: Meten, Mechanistisch begrip, Modelleren, Maatschappelijk kosten-batenanalyses (MKBA’s), Maatregelen en Monitoren.

    In elke aflevering geeft één onderzoeker een hoorcollege over de betreffende M. Jan Peter Lesschen (WUR) geeft college over meten en rapporteren, Gilles Erkens (Deltares/UU) over mechanismen die leiden tot bodemdaling en veenafbraak, Jim Boonman (VU) over modelleren, Sien Kok (Deltares) over MKBA’s, Jan van den Akker (WENR) over maatregelen en Ronald Hutjes (WUR) over monitoren.

    Luister ook naar de podcastserie Studio Veenweide met daarin tafelgesprekken met diverse gasten en veldreportages.

  • A weekly exploration of all things birdwatching and bird ID for birding beginners and those simply interested in learning more about the wonderful world of birds.

  • We go over the tools you need to succeed in pharmacology class. Sponsored by the Memorizing Pharmacology book series available on Audible, Amazon, and Apple. Find the Memorizing Pharmacology book here: https://adbl.co/3wAZEmN or take a pharmacology class with me here at DMACC https://www.dmacc.edu/programs/pdp/pre-pharmacy/Pages/online-pharmacology-class.aspx

  • Stories of disasters and the issues that surround them.

  • Facts, descriptions, interesting features, etc..

  • Ever wondered how we can beat the climate crisis? 'Resilience' brings you inspiring stories from people all over the world who are adapting to climate change in practical, creative and innovative ways. Each episode explores a different theme in building climate resilience - from cities to coasts and small islands, nature-based solutions, recovering from the Covid pandemic, and the race for climate-proof food.

    The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the UN Environment Programme.

  • This is a podcast for raising awareness of marine biology and for all the people out there (regardless of their passion or occupation) who would like to know a few things more about our wet animals. No hardcore stuff, just a short dive into our ocean.
    /This is Gled, a Doctor candidate in Marine biology, specialized in environmental DNA and marine ecology.

  • The podcast bringing you the latest work and research within the conservation sector, making conservation accessible for all.

    Produced by the Bioscience MSc Students at the University of Exeter.

  • How can you unlock creativity and imagination to inspire, teach and lead? What mental models do some of the world’s brightest minds use to supercharge their creativity, and strengthen their most precious collaborations? Along the way you’ll discover that achieving greatness doesn’t require genius. Instead, dedication to a simple set of principles—habits and tools -- can boost your creativity, stoke your imagination, and unlock your full potential for out-of-this-universe success.

    On this podcast you’ll discover why Nobel Prize-winning scientists credit the often-overlooked “soft skills” such as communication, motivation, and introspection as keys to their success. You’ll see why they turn to curiosity, beauty, serendipity, and joy when they need to turn fresh eyes on some of the universe’s most vexing problems...and how you can too no matter what you do!
    Get the book here!

  • Whether we think about it or not, race is an ever present aspect of our lives. In our workplace, schools, in policing, as we simply walk down the street everyday, race is shaping our experience. But, sometimes it’s hard to see, and even harder to understand. Brian Lowery is a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and a social psychologist by training. Join Brian for “Know What You See,” where he talks to people from a wide range of backgrounds, from street artists to architects, activists to business leaders, about their own experiences with race and power.

  • Welcome to “Down to Earth”, a 30-minute podcast about innovative geoscience and the incredible people behind it. Each week, we host a different guest to talk about science, careers, and passions. From stories about meeting their idols, to investigating their science superpowers, and all the fascinating research and engineering projects in between, Down to Earth is sure to become your quick and compelling catch-up on the people and the work in geoscience. This podcast is presented by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society.

  • Unraveled is Dana-Farber’s science podcast that explores the mysteries of the science of cancer. Veteran broadcaster Ken Shulman digs into the cutting-edge science that is transforming cancer research, and providing hope for scientists, and for cancer patients.

  • The American Health Podcast is created by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, a project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Initiative works to tackle some of the most pressing challenges to public health in the United States: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. Visit http://americanhealth.jhu.edu to learn more.

  • Our new vascularPODCAST series is brought to you monthly in association with Medtronic. Each episode features an expert host that will bring you the most topical and relevant news items, conversations and commentaries on all things vascular, from across the globe to provide a truly international perspective.

  • Members of the Terror Management Lab, with esteemed guests, discuss existential topics and Terror Management Theory.

  • Chairside Live tackles the challenges that dentists face every day and discusses the latest advances in dentistry with top clinicians and industry leaders.

  • Elsevier's Surgical Oncology Clinics podcast is hosted by Consulting Editor Dr. Timothy M. Pawlik and features in-depth discussions and commentary on the articles in each issue by the Guest Editors themselves. Each issue of Surgical Oncology Clinics features clinical review articles focused on a central topic. Articles can be accessed within the following platforms: surgonc.theclinics.com, sciencedirect.com, and clinicalkey.com. For subscription info visit: theclinics.com. Twitter: @SurgicalClinics

  • The Aerospace Corporation’s Center for Space Policy and Strategy hosts this video series to bring our policy experts together with thought leaders, government, academia and professionals from throughout the space community to discuss current trends and views. The Space Policy Show airs every Thursday at 1:00 pm ET. Go to aerospace.org/policy to register for reminders.

  • Welcome to This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things! I’m Ren Shepard and I’m super excited to talk about bioethics and why we need bioethics. You can follow me on Twitter @tiwwchntpodcast and email me at tiwwchntpodcast@gmail.com