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Best Arthropods podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Arthropods podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Arthropodcast is a weekly pest control podcast to promote professionalism and industry expertise to business owners, pest control operators, sales reps, and inspectors.
 
Spire is an improvised storytelling podcast about a mile tall city, buried in secrets. A world built one story at a time. Listen and subscribe to our show on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/spire/id1041123648 Follow us on twitter! https://twitter.com/spire_podcast Spire is performed by Aaron Goldbeck, Directed and Produced by Mark Hoelscher Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Artw ...
 
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Bryan opens the show talking about Beach party with the Pest Cemetery Crew. Scott talks about the impact COVID-19 has had over the last few weeks. They talk about how it is impacting our business. To wear a mask or not wear a mask that’s our question. Bryan turns the conversation to talking about counting the cost for being the best. The cost for b…
 
The gang discuss two papers that describe unique animal fossils which have been known but haven’t (until now) been formally described. The first is “Collins Monster”, a lobopod from the Cambrian, and the second is a fossil dolphin which is similar to an orca. Meanwhile, James rehabilitates some dolphins, Amanda saw a thing, and Curt witnesses true …
 
Bryan and Scott are back with another amazing episode of the Greatest Pest Podcast in all the Multiverse. Bryan talks about PCT and the Secret Life of Ants. Scott talks about flea issues and why it’s important to follow through and make sure you do everything right the first time. Bryan and Scott get into a “discussion” about techs having everythin…
 
The gang discusses two papers that look at important points in the evolutionary history of land plants. The first paper is a review of the available data for the first time plants moved onto land in the Ordovician, and the second paper looks at the impact that the evolution of herbivory had on plant diversity. Meanwhile, James invents a new insect,…
 
Scott talks about how frustrating it is to repeat himself to his tech. Bryan explains there is a right way to hold your guys accountable. Give them a time table to fix what you asked them to do. There must be follow through. Bryan talks about why he loves techs. Bryan talks about a post from Jerry Schappert on Pest Cemetery that over half of new st…
 
In this episode of AwardsCast, NSH Awards Chair, LaVinia Ray, talks with Freida Carson, author of Histotechnology: A Self Instructional Text. Carson talks about the new edition of her book, how she got started in histology, and what it was like to receive the Histotech of the Decade Award in 2000. NSH is accepting applications for the 2020 Histotec…
 
The gang discusses two papers about arthropod evolution and development. One paper focuses on the evolution of arthropod segmentation, and the other summarizes research on the development of the insect wing. Meanwhile, Amanda has a beer with no unintended consequences, Curt makes a shocking discovery about marketing, and James goes from 0 to profes…
 
(Editor’s Note: This episode was recorded a month ago. Everyone at Palaeo After Dark stands with the protesters fighting for justice. Black Lives Matter!) The gang discuss two papers about large mammal-like animals. The first is a Triassic synapsid the size of an elephant, and the second is a mammaliaform from the late Cretaceous of Madagascar. Mea…
 
The gang discusses two papers about archosaurs. The first paper looks at the trends in brain size relative to body size in birds over their entire evolutionary history. The second paper revisits the dinosaur Spinosaurus and adds more information to the debate over whether this animal had a semi-aquatic lifestyle. Meanwhile, James has some villagers…
 
Here is the audio version of the first ever Zoom Arthropodcast Show. Bryan and Scott honor Jerry Schappert and Pest Cemetery as they cross over the 10,000 member mark. Jerry is a favorite of the Arthropodcast Show and we think Bryan might have a crush on him. Enjoy and tell Jerry he is awesome!
 
The gang discusses two papers about unique taphonomic conditions. One paper describes how these strange “train wrecks” of crinoid columnals might have formed, and the other paper models how bone jams in Dinosaur National Park could have formed. Meanwhile, James’s computer has a flux capacitor, Amanda mishears the best new BBC crime drama, and Curt …
 
In this episode, Dr. Richard Cartun, the sponsor of the Jules Elias Excellence in IHC Award, and last year’s recipient of this award, Damien Laudier discuss why Dr. Cartun decided to start this award back in 2009, the work Damien is doing with arthropod immunohistochemistry, and the emergence of a new type of killer hornet! Click here to nominate a…
 
In this episode, Jerry Santiago and Janet Tunnicliffe, recipients of last year's Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholarship, sponsored by Sakura Finetek, share their previous experiences teaching histology abroad and discuss how COVID-19 has put a pause on their 2020 travel plans. Despite COVID-19, NSH is still offering the Lee Luna Foreign Travel Scholar…
 
In this episode, Maureen Doran, 2019 recipient of the Histotech of the Year Award shares career advice with recent graduate and recipient of NSH’s 2019 student scholarship, Megan Hellie. Maureen discusses her love of safety in the lab, the growth of automation, and the importance of networking with fellow histologists. Nominate a fellow member to b…
 
Scott was solo this time and interviewed Dr. John Paige PhD from Bayer. He has been with Bayer for 22 years. MS Dr. John Paige gives Scott some incite on Mosquito control with Suspend Polyzone. Dr. Paige talks what Bayer is doing to help with COVID-19. Dr. Paige and Scott talk about some things that PMP’s are doing to help customers during this tim…
 
In this episode, Emily Foster, last year’s Symposium/Convention Student Scholarship recipient and Guy Orchard, last year’s Leica Leadership in Management Scholarship recipient, discuss Guy’s progression through the ranks of UK biomedical science over the course of his 30-year career. Guy shares how he started out, a fresh- faced teen with very litt…
 
Bryan and Scott are back to talk about Covid-19 and how it’s continually impacting the pest industry. Bryan and Scott discuss what is going to be the new normal once the States open back up. Scott asked Bryan a question about being late to appointments and not calling. The guys talk about what’s coming up in the next few shows.…
 
The gang discusses two papers that look at modifications of the vertebrate hand. The first looks at how the lobe fin evolved into the vertebrate hand, and the second paper looks at the early limb transformations of early whales as hands became fins. Meanwhile, James’s computer is a time traveler, Amanda is upset that everyone is upset about Bunny D…
 
That gang discusses two papers about fossil soft-bodied Cambrian organisms; one of which is a unique lobopod and the other is a fossil worm. Meanwhile, Amanda could go for some fish, Curt can’t stop the puns, James is going to be a cowboy. Up-Goer Five (James Edition): This week the group looks at two papers that are looking at two very old animals…
 
Bryan and Scott check in on each other during COVID-19. The guys discuss the shutting down of States and what that means for the Pest Industry. Bryan brings up who is responsible for making sure the techs keep clean and professional trucks. After the guys discuss Scott admits he could do better.
 
The gang talks about two papers which look at the ecology of the Ediacaran. One paper uses trace fossils to infer how ecological systems change as we move from the Ediacaran to the Cambrian, and the second paper identifies some interesting features previously undocumented in Ediacaran fossils. Meanwhile, Curt has ideas about sponges, the internet d…
 
The gang discusses two papers that look at the human impact on the fossil record. The first paper runs multiple model studies to try and determine when hominines (the group that includes all of our ancestors) first began significantly impacting the biosphere. The second paper estimates what our future fossil record may look like by using the state …
 
Bryan and Scott interview The Great Daniel Dye. After Scott was revived they talked about what Daniel has been up to after retiring. Daniel has been helping with continuing education for surrounding states. Bryan ask Daniel about a bed bug question about recliner chairs. Daniel talks about the video he did on his Facebook page about the do’s and do…
 
Bryan talks about a new mindset to IPM observe,orient,decision and action. The Arthropodcast O.O.D.A approach. The guys talk about a new segment that is coming up on the show. The guys are talking to a new business owner and follow the step. Scott sends us down a weird path about one of his techs fasting for 40 days. Bryan found about Chaffles than…
 
The gang celebrates their 7th anniversary by inflicting pain on themselves for your amusement by discussing a classic paper, Gould's "Paradox of the First Tier". They discuss the paper in its historical context, and also how our knowledge of mass extinctions has changed and evolved from this paper. Meanwhile, James comes up with unconventional ways…
 
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