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The Naked Scientists flagship science show brings you a lighthearted look at the latest scientific breakthroughs, interviews with the world's top scientists, answers to your science questions and science experiments to try at home.
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Welcome everyone to the Struggling Scientists Podcast. This is a podcast by Scientists, for Scientists. But also for aspiring Scientists, anyone science adjacent, and perhaps even hobbyists. Together we will be trying to bring back the fun in science. We all know the scientific field can be difficult and hard at times and it is easy to lose sight of our passion and enthusiasm. In this podcast, we will talk about Science and the people behind Science. Website: www.thestrugglingscientists.com
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Scientists talk about what they do and why they do what they do. Their motivations, their trajectory, their setbacks, their achievements. They offer their personal take on science, mentoring and the many aspects that have shaped their work and their lives. Hosted by journalist Vivien Marx. Her work has appeared in Nature journals, Science, The Economist, The NY Times, The Wall Street Journal Europe and New Scientist among others. (Art: Justin Jackson)
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From research on cancer vaccines to why we feel pain, scientists are tackling some of the biggest challenges in human biology. Want to find out what they’re working on? Pull up a stool for "Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar." Subscribe below to catch each episode as it goes live.
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The Lonely Pipette is a podcast where scientists share tips to help you do better science. The episodes include conversations with researchers around the world. Renaud Pourpre and Jonathan Weitzman will talk to inspiring people to learn about their habits and recommendations for all scientists. Don’t stay alone, come join The Lonely Pipette community!
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The official Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) podcast explores advances in automation, cellular imaging, big data and what's coming in the spaces between traditional scientific disciplines. Guests often include members of SLAS along with innovators, leading experts and other members of the global scientific community to highlight technology and even career stories. Episodes are released every week and subscribe to New Matter - available on all podcast players.
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The Beauty Scientists

Dr. Kristy Hamilton and Dr. Roy KIm

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Dr. Kristy Hamilton and Dr. Roy Kim share their love of aesthetics, beauty, and plastic surgery through conversation and in depth analysis. Listen to them talk about the latest skin care, beauty trends, non invasive and surgical procedures, and more! Both Dr. Kristy Hamilton and Dr. Roy Kim are board certified plastic surgeons, and want to share their hints and tweaks to stay beautiful!
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This podcast interviews successful entrepreneurs and scientists about newest climate solutions in all sectors (food, agriculture, raw materials, fashion, etc.) to increase awareness to business owners, investors, and private persons. Also to stay positive, engaged and hopeful that this man made problem can be solved by us. Through SUSTAINNOW, listeners learn, get inspired, and get connected with the wider community, and together help build a better future. The podcast was founded in 2021 by ...
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Are you searching for great stories to ignite your curiosity, teach you to perform better in life and career, inspire your mind, and make you laugh along the way? In this science podcast, Dr. Marie McNeely introduces you to the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries. Join us as they share their greatest failures, most staggering successes, candid career advice, and what drives them forward in life and science. Our website with show notes]] Greetings science fans! We’r ...
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Hosted by Zoe Ford, "Scientist are People Too" centres around scientists presenting their work with a focus on their personal human story. Giving insight into the people, processes and realities of scientific research.
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Smart Biotech Scientist | Master Bioprocess CMC Development, Biologics Manufacturing & Scale-up for Busy Scientists

David Brühlmann: Biotech Entrepreneur & Cell Culture Technology Innovation Aficionado

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The Go-to Podcast for Biotech Scientists Who Want to Master Bioprocess CMC Development and Manufacturing of Biologics. Do you want to simplify bioprocessing so that you can scale with confidence and reduce time to market? Are you sick of feeling overwhelmed by the complexity and guesswork of biologics drug development? Do you wish you had more time to enjoy the beauty of science, without worrying about failing your cell culture process development and commercialization? There’s a way to simp ...
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Minorities Who Are Astonishingly Driven Scientists is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving underrepresented minorities in STEM. We aim for them to believe that they are graced to dominate STEM fields. We offer insight about being successful, obtaining a successful career, and overcoming obstacles that come with pursuing a career in STEM.
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Food Scientists Podcast

Food Scientists Podcast

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Lively, often ridiculous, conversation about food. If you want passionate opinions and analysis of Oreos, Blizzards, Buffets and the like you will love us. If you want to hear conversation about salad… we have discussed “sugar salad.”
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Hosts & seasoned Star Trek fans Rachel & Jordan have watched every Star Trek television series and film except for, ironically, the original 1966 Star Trek TV series, Animated Series & films. Listen along as they provide their unique perspectives as both Trek fans and film & television industry insiders as they watch and discuss the legendary science fiction program that started it all! Rachel is a lifelong visual artist and author - a painter and scenic artist in the Vancouver film & TV ind ...
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Dive into the fascinating world of cultivated meat with our guest, Petra Hanga, Lecturer in Biochemical Engineering – Cellular Agriculture at University College London and the Chief Scientific Officer of Quest Meat Ltd. In this episode, Petra sheds light on the intricacies of developing cultivated meat and reveals the key hurdles biotech scientists…
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This week, a special tribute to the revered British scientist, Peter Higgs, who died on the 8th of April, aged 94. His friend, Lyn Evans, tells us about the 40-year search for the eponymous Higgs boson: the God particle that provides some of the answers to life, the Universe and everything... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Nake…
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Dr. Maureen Murphy is a Professor and Program Leader in the Molecular and Cellular Oncogenesis Program of the Wistar Institute Cancer Center in Philadelphia. She is also the Associate Vice president for Faculty Affairs and Associate Director For Education and Career Development there. Maureen’s research is aimed at understanding and developing cure…
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Why did the eclipse move west to east across the Earth? Why are we so interested in nuclear fusion? Could we ever breathe underwater? What is the opposite force to gravity? Would alcohol sterilise a drowning fly? What the difference between cancer and cancerous growths? Are lactose introlerant mothers allergic to their own milk? Like this podcast? …
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Welcome to the latest episode of the Beauty Scientists Podcast with Dr. Kristy Hamilton and Dr. Roy Kim! In this insightful discussion, we delve into the world of breast implant exchanges and removals, offering valuable insights and expert guidance. From the evolution of breast implants to the reasons women choose augmentation, we cover it all. Dis…
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Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner play retro games, and new games inspired by the classics. Today it's Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, Princess Peach: Showtime!, and the new version of Alone In The Dark. Plus Alex Rhodes goes back to play Yakuza: Like A Dragon. Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists…
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Can you be a scientist and parent? Of course. But it's not always easy. Dr. Ying Diao is at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign in the chemical and biomolecular engineering department. She has a stack of awards, a lab and two children. She talks about her research, for instance a project focused on wearable electronics for plants with which…
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This episode of Naked Genetics: has the evolutionary advantage to ADHD been uncovered? Also, We look at the microbiome of mining. And, the only vertebrate in the world that would thank you for saying that it looked like crap... Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientistsעל ידי Will Tingle
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A problem that's been puzzling scientists for decades is the way our bodies recognise cold stimuli, and researchers at the University of Michigan have finally got to the bottom of it. They've identified the protein GluK2 acts as a sensor in our bodies for cold temperatures, and Sannia Farrukh has been finding out more... Like this podcast? Please h…
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In this episode, we delve into AI adoption in early drug discovery with Raminderpal Singh, Ph.D., founder of HitchhikersAI. Raminderpal shares insights into HitchhikersAI's mission, which focuses on providing a collaborative platform for leveraging AI in drug discovery, emphasizing simple and effective solutions over complexity. They discuss the di…
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🔬✨ Dive into the vibrant world of vlogging a PhD journey with Nathalie Reilly (@Life_and_Sunshine), an inspiration for aspiring scientists and PhD students everywhere! In this episode of "The Struggling Scientists," Nathalie shares the highs and lows of her unique PhD experience, offering a rare glimpse behind the lab coat. 🎓📸 Episode Highlights: 🎥…
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Chief Scientist for Intuitive Machines, Ben Bussey, joins Sue Nelson and Richard Hollingham to talk through IM-1, the first US soft landing on the Moon since 1972. They discuss the landing, the broken legs, experiments and whether the IM control room is really based on Star Trek. Sue also travels to Farnborough to meet the chief engineer for novel …
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This episode was funded by listeners like you. For more details on how to help support our podcast and gain access to exclusive content, please see our Patreon page. Show Notes: In Episode 81, Megan, Cindy, Carolina, and Althea walk through their Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP) Annual Conference on Teaching (ACT) talk! The episode was …
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This episode is an extended interview with Dr Charan Ranganath, director of the Memory and Plasticity Program and a Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of California at Davis. He's also the author of the book, 'Why we remember.' James Tytko started by asking him about his love of popular music...Charan - Yes, music is a very …
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In this episode Renaud and Jonathan share their excitement about the launch of Season 3 of The Lonely Pipette podcast. BUT this time, they are not the ones asking the questions. 💌 Subscribe and receive the next season in you mailbox To find out more about Renaud and Jonathan : Twitter : https://twitter.com/LePourpre LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.…
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In today's episode we will explore the world of scaling bioeconomy to replace 50% of petrochemical products in the future. That is the bold vision of Synonym, a company dedicated to accelerating the transition to better, more sustainable materials through bioproducts. Joining us today is Joshua Lachter, Co-founder and Chief Business Officer of Syno…
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Computational approaches have revolutionized how we interpret data. With the advent of genomic sequencing, scientists can derive significant conclusions from sequence data. For example, through transcriptomics – the study of genes and their expression in different cells – researchers have made groundbreaking discoveries in fields like developmental…
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