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Best Biophysics podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Biophysics podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Quantum Yoga Podcast explores the Human Photonic and Electromagnetic Body. On the podcast, Jonathan Rickert interviews experts in the Human Biofield, Biophysics, Functional Medicine, Movement, Food, Water, Lifestyle & Behavior to give you the cutting edge tools you need to thrive! Jonathan is the founder of the Quantum Yoga Health System, an online & physical clinic using advanced human energy field testing to optimize health and performance.
 
Welcome to Best of the WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology), where we believe providing role models for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can change the world. Come along with us as we talk to incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between.
 
Step aside mom bloggers, there is a new Super Dads blog in town. James is a National Government researcher involved in cutting-edge work in medicine, law and longevity. Recipient of numerous national awards he firmly demonstrates how academics must have practical application.A father of 3 children he hosts the show SuperDads, dedicated to empowering Men, and encouraging “boys” to learn how to become Men. The outcome, to reintegrate fathers as protectors and participants in the beginning and ...
 
Whether you find spiders fearful or fascinating, they are to be admired for their web-spinning and prey-catching techniques, and the remarkable methods they use to move from one place to another. In this album, researchers in Denmark and the United States use an 8-legged robot and a virtual spider, high-speed photography, a hot air balloon and a rowing boat to explore the biophysics of spiders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University explains how advances in technology a ...
 
MRC talks is a podcast from the Medical Research Council, bringing you stories from inspiring scientists working to improve lives through medical research. Tune in to our seven-part 2019 career inspirations series to find out how our scientists got to where they are and what makes them tick. Part of UK Research and Innovation, we've been funding research dedicated to improving human health since 1913. More at https://mrc.ukri.org.
 
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Leila Abutaleb joins WWEST manager and podcast host Danniele to get nerdy about digital communication. She shares her journey starting as a contractor to a full time employee managing a communications team and how technology has always been the underpinning in her career. You'll also hear her very relatable of how stress forced her to refocus and r…
 
Girls to the Power of Math is a girl-to-girl math mentorship program, and it was all born out of research into whether gender influences confidence in math for elementary students. This program was started by Alexa Bailey, and she's our guest for this episode. She tells host Danniele about what it's like to be a girl with an interest in STEM in hig…
 
WWEST manager and Best of the WWEST host Danniele talks to Mary-Jane Piggott, Senior Water Resources Engineer, about why she came to Canada from Australia, how the arts can intersect with STEM, and how her job lets her travel to really cool places. Plus, you’ll find out where you can see the evidence of a water resources engineer’s work in everyday…
 
Paul Mills PhD, is a Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health, Director of the Center of Excellence for Research and Training in Integrative Health at the University of California, San Diego, and Director of Research for the Chopra Foundation. He has expertise in psychoneuroimmune processes in wellness and disease, publishing over 325 manuscr…
 
This time, WWEST manager and podcast host Danniele speaks with Dr. Sharona Gordon, a professor at the University of Washington’s School of Medicine who is making waves with her various projects, including Below the Water Line, whose mission is to combat sexual harassment in academia. Dr. Gordon also explains her fascinating research into chronic pa…
 
We've heard it time and time again: Don't read the comments. Except today, WWEST manager Danniele speaks with Dr. Maite Taboada, a professor in linguistics at Simon Fraser University, who actually takes time out of her day to read and study those very comments online. In this episode you'll hear all about her work with Informed Opinions on the Gend…
 
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in bridging science and spirit. Stem cell biologist, bestselling author of The Biology of Belief and recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, he has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences. Dr. Lipton be…
 
Life sciences is not a widely understood area of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), but Wendy Hurlburt is here to set the record straight. She tells host Danniele about her hopes to establish life sciences as a vital part of the economy and talks all about how LifeSciences BC is a networking hub that advocates for many stakeholders.…
 
In this episode, we hear from Vienna Lam, a graduate researcher and the Lab Manager at the SFU Centre for Forensic Research and School of Criminology. She tells host Danniele about her love for learning, which took her from a bachelor degree to a second bachelor degree to a master's degree. You'll hear about her passion for the whole research cycle…
 
Elyssa Manis has built her company NavaWeb from the ground up, and tells WWEST manager Danniele all about it in this episode. She gives advice for those who are interested in being their own bosses, talks about the positive impact she hopes her work has on the world, and gets nerdy about why she loves web design. Plus, you'll find out about all the…
 
William F. Bengston is a professor of statistics and research methods at St. Joseph’s College in New York, and the President of the Society for Scientific Exploration, an international group of scientists who study anomalies. Dr. Bengston has been doing research into anomalous healing for over thirty five years, and has numerous academic publicatio…
 
Niche Radio — In this episode, I discuss how smoking weed as a primary treatment to any circadian disease is dumb. Why? It is not the pot that is essentially unhealthy its the lack of oxygen that matters delivered to mitochondria. Anytime you smoke anything NAD+ drops and pseudohypoxia is the result and your wellness is under assault. Smoking anyth…
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I talk about my experiences with the ultra-light and durable Samsonite luggage [ FB ] in my travels for the Pharma Dynamics [ FB ] symposiums, to the High Seasons Farm [ FB ], Irene Dairy Farm [ FB ] and travelling through our South African Airports [ FB ].By now you have seen my use with the luggage with my Servic…
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I am at Allan Gray [ FB ] sitting down Allan Gray discussing some important items to consider when putting together your investment portfolio. On the flip side, I explain how the non-linear effect of artificial light and nnEMF is causing the population to become less interested and motivated toward the responsibili…
 
What is it like to release a mobile game from start to finish? How does game design foster collaboration? Is there space for the silly and strange in the video game sphere? This week's guest, Leanne Roed, answers all of these questions with WWEST manager and podcast host Danniele, and also tells us about the windy road that led her to where she is …
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I am at the Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate [ FB ] sitting down with their general manager discussing the uniqueness of how microclimates on wine production and biophysics. Why this area at face value would appear impossible to produce wine but because of some unique attributes of the microclimate some award-winni…
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I am at THE BREWERY-Hemel en Aarde sitting down with one of their managers discussing what to consider before falling pregnant and what to do if you are experiencing some fertility issues. This episode was brought to you by Samsonite luggage, High Seasons Farm, and the South African Wine Village. hermanus.beer · ww…
 
Lianna Mah has seen big change at Associated Engineering in her 29 years of being part of the organization. She tells us about the changes she has seen around diversity and inclusion not only at Associated, but in engineering in general. You'll learn about how mentors are an extremely important part of increasing diversity in an organization, along…
 
Stephen Harrod Buhner is the author of Herbal Antivirals, Herbal Antibiotics (now in its second edition), and 20 other works including Herbs for Hepatitis C and the Liver, Sacred Plant Medicine, The Lost Language of Plants, The Secret Teachings of Plants, and Ensouling Language. He speaks internationally on herbal medicine, emerging diseases, compl…
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I discuss how no grounding tooth brushing protocol can be complete without Olgani. This episode is super cool how I go into some interesting biophysics on the toothbrushing protocol and why the Olagani is unique to it compared to other products out there. I also chat about why Olgani’s experiments are different for…
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I sit down Tobie & Co [ FB ]. I chat and share my little SuperDads SA secret to managing 3 little one’s, especially our newborn Winter. Tobie & Co Has some super cool pacifiers that make the dropping on the floor solution a thing of the past. Their suction stick bamboo bowls are the best. Easy to clean and perfect …
 
Niche Radio — In today’s episode, I sit down with Jenny Spiro and the Nurture One [ FB ]. I chat and share my little SuperDads SA secret to managing 3 little one’s, especially our newborn Winter. The nurtureOne™ nesting cushion is an ideal sensory environment for your newborn, allowing for a smooth transition from feeding to crib. It is advertised …
 
Niche Radio — It has become increasingly difficult to find a hospital that use bath therapy to alleviate pain. Hypnotherapy no longer is feasible due to the blue-light bi-directional microwave environments many are bathed in today. Why, because of the AMPk stimulation resulting in the alteration of the neurochemistry inhibiting the original designs…
 
Niche Radio — My most EPIC interview to date is brought to you by Samsonite luggage, High Seasons Farm, and Eurolux.In today’s episode, I sit down with the curator of one of South Africa’s best wine libraries, the South African Wine Village in Hermanus. I have been waiting for this type of interview for many months, and believe me when I tell you, …
 
Deborah Harford calls herself a "science translator," and tells us all about what that means in this episode. She gives background on the organization she co-founded, the Climate Change Adaptation Team (ACT), explains how studying how animals and humans will have to adapt to climate change is extremely important, and also how her communication and …
 
Niche Radio — n a previous article “Is it worth getting a diabetic alert dog in South Africa”, DiabetesSA asked if I could do a follow-up interview discussion with Lucy from Honey’s Garden for Medical Alert Dogs South Africa [ FB ].In this sit-down interview with Lucy, we discuss the background of the organisation and the pros and cons of having a …
 
DAVID LESONDAK, BCSI, ATSI, FFT, FST, VMT is a member of the Allied Health Professional Staff in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He is a Structural Integrator and Fascia Specialist at UPMC’s Center for Integrative Medicine; and specializes in chronic pain, pre and post-surgical issues, phy…
 
Tara Robertson, Diversity & Inclusion Lead for Mozilla, is a diversity champion. In this episode, you'll learn about her passion for an open internet, and why jobs in tech are "awesome." Tara candidly admits she still has a lot to learn, but also talks about her proudest moments and accomplishments. You're going to hear about a lot of things an org…
 
Professor Chris Ponting, computational biologist, is interviewed by Isabel Harding.Chris gave up biology at the age of 16 to focus on physics. But after finishing his Masters, he changed his mind and decided to follow his gut instinct – going back into biology via a degree in biophysics. He then specialised in bioinformatics and genomics.Chris and …
 
This time, we look at the trades again and speak with Nemaiah Shaw, who tells us why she loves being an apprentice aircraft maintenance engineer, what it takes to become one, and her excitement for her eventual licensing. She also tells us what it's like navigating a career with low participation of women, her love for learning, and her hopes for t…
 
Niche Radio — Irene Dairy Farm, why their milk process is useful for attending to dairy-related allergies and helping young children with their growth spurts Since you have been following my SuperDads adventures on FB and Instagram, I finally had a chance to sit down and discuss some of those interesting posts. To catch you up, Pharma Dynamics [ FB…
 
LARRY DOSSEY, MD www.larrydosseymd.com Dr. Larry Dossey is a physician of internal medicine. He is currently the executive editor of the peer-reviewed journal Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing. He was a co-founder of the Dallas Diagnostic Association and is former Chief of Staff of Medical City Dallas Hospital. After graduating with high …
 
Caroline Relton, population health scientist, is interviewed by Debs Barber.Today she’s a highly-respected scientist and research group leader, but Caroline first set off down another career path. Caroline’s love of science led her to study for a degree in applied biology and nutritional science, followed by the pursuit of a different passion – tea…
 
In this special episode, podcast producer Vanessa will walk you through the Creating Connections 6.0 conference which took place on May 3-4, 2019 in Vancouver, BC. Creating Connections is a diversity conference focused on attracting, engaging, and retaining women and underrepresented groups in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). You'…
 
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