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Presentando los ultimos descubrimientos cientificos en un lenguaje simple, en "arroz y habichuelas" y con analogias de la vida cotidiana para el disfrute del publico general.Presenting the latest scientific discoveries in easy to understand language and with analogies to every day life, for the enjoyment of the general public.
 
Want to know what it's like to start out in a career in ecology, biology or science? In each episode of Science in Progress, I interview graduate students, research technicians, or undergrads at the early stages of careers in science. We have fun and honest conversations about what it’s like to learn how to be a scientist.
 
Un podcast racionalista, ilustrado, progresista y ateo.
 
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Decodificando
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O Podcast que fala de codigo genetico, codigo juridico e codigo fonte. Aplicacao das leis sobre as novas tecnologias
 
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On episode #18 I'm joined by Becca Clement (@beccasbugs) and Keylie Gibson (@gibsonkeylie) who are both PhD candidates at George Washington University's Computational Biology Institute. We begin by defining computational biology and then see how their research projects (related to Black Rhino conservation and the Australian termite diversity an ...…
 
In this episode, I chat with Meredith Zettlemoyer a PhD candidate at Michigan State University who works at the Kellogg Biological Station. Meredith studies responses of prarie communities to different aspects of global change like nitrogen addition, deer herbivory and climate change. In this episode we chat about what it's like to have many di ...…
 
In today's episode I talk with Gina Ramirez, a PhD candidate at Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste in La Paz, Mexico. Gina and I met just over a year ago when I was an instructor with the NGO Clubes de Ciencia. Gina is one of the amazingly dedicated staff members in La Paz and with the team there, she coordinates 1 week workshops ...…
 
[update] Dr. Chelsea Little defended her PhD recently!! Congrats Dr. Little!! If you want to stream her defense talk, check it out here In this conversation I chat with Chelsea about the differences between PhD programs in the US and Europe. Chelsea is a PhD candidate in the Altermatt lab at the University of Zurich. Also, Chelsea was kind enou ...…
 
In today’s episode I chat with Manuel Lequerica, a PhD candidate at the University of Sydney. We talk about the fascinating aspects of urban ecology including light pollution, human connection with nature and plant/insect interactions. We also have fun discussions about what it’s like to follow different passions for research and why it’s OK to ...…
 
On today's podcast I chat with Alejandra Echeverri who is a Phd candidate at the University of British Columbia and environmental consultant. Ale describes environmental consulting work and tells us about some of her past and current projects. She describes ways to get involved in consulting as a way to engage with ecological research and as a ...…
 
Anna's a PhD student at University of Connecticut. She studies bat viruses which is super fascinating! We talk a little about Anna's research, but in this discussion we focus on our strategies coping when things don't go as we envisioned in research or our overall grad school plans. Find Anna on social media here: Twitter: Anna_Rose_Sjodin Inst ...…
 
So excited to be joined by Laura Abondano on this episode. Laura and I started chatting about recording this show about a year ago. I found Laura's work on the website 500 women scientists. She studies woolly monkey reproductive behaviors and paternity patterns. We hear all about Laura's research and what it's like studying primates in the midd ...…
 
In this episode, I have a fun conversation with Dave Thomas from University of Oklahoma. We walk about Dave's research in plant biology and biofuels. We also hear about his strategies for using carnivorous plants to teach plant bio at his home institution!By Rob Crystal-Ornelas.
 
In this episode I chat with Abbie Kropf a 2nd year PhD student at Iowa State University. Abbie is in the department of entomology at Iowa State. In this episode, we talk about how Abbie started in her Masters research in Costa Rica. She spend multiple seasons in Costa Rica studying forest fragmentation with Dr. Mike Wasserman and Dr. Peter Beck ...…
 
Johnny joins me on the podcast to discuss his research on coastal resilience and climate change. Johnny's currently a PhD student at Rutgers University. He switched over to the PhD program after spending time in a masters program at Rutgers. We talk about some of his decision-making behind the switch. Johnny also won the ESA's graduate student ...…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Priya Shukla of UC Davis' Bodega Marine Lab. Over the past couple of years, Priya has worked as lab manager for the Ocean Acidification group at BML. Recently, she accepted a spot in UC Davis' Ecology PhD program! Priya discusses what it's like to work as a lab manager (for 3 different labs at once!) and what it ...…
 
I'm joined by Diego Balbuena who just finished up his undergrad degree at Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina in Lima, Peru! In this episode we talk about Diego's path to becoming an ecologist. Diego took a couple of years off to develop skills in studying the wildlife that live in rainforest canopies. He has fantastic tales from the field a ...…
 
In this episode I chat with Dan Clark, a PhD candidate in Ecology and Evolution at Rutgers University. During this podcast, Dan and I discuss some of the many decisions that prospective grad students have to make when applying to programs. We talk about things ranging from the differences between MS and PhD programs and living in places that ge ...…
 
This week, I'm joined by Jason Sadowski of the UC Davis Bodega Marine. We talk about Jason's path from undergraduate research at Rutgers University to his current work on marine invasions in northern California. Jason's website: https://jasonsadowski.wordpress.com/ twitter: Jason_Sadowski linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-sadowski-86 ...…
 
How can agricultural pastures be managed to support a community pollinators? Nicholas Lyon joins me on Science in Progress to chat about his research on this subject and much more. Nick is the first guest in a series of research talks we'll record focused on the awesome research that student ecologists are conducting. Nick is a masters student ...…
 
In this episode, I chat with Katrina Catalano a PhD candidate at Rutgers University. Katrina discusses backyard ecology projects such as bee keeping, composting and brewing kombucha! These are fun ways for us to harness the power of ecology right at home. Katrina's blog (http://fishtailsforkids.com/) has fun and engaging stories meant for kids ...…
 
In this episode we chat with Katie Thompson of Iowa State University. Katie talks about her experiences balancing being a Teaching Assistant and graduate student. Katie also shares some suggestions that you can incorporate into your classroom instruction.By Rob Crystal-Ornelas.
 
Que dura más: ¿guineos fuera, o dentro de la nevera?¿Correré más rápido por la mañana, o por la noche?¿Cuántas horas de sueño son óptimas para mí?
 
Propiedades catalíticas del oroCiencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre el oro.
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre la aféresis terapéutica.
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre la mangosta.
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre la climatología boricua.
 
Científicos de la Universidad de Puerto Rico estudian cómo la genética de diferentes individuos afecta la eficacia y seguridad de los medicamentos recetados.
 
Aunque se habla mucho del uso de drogas en nuestra sociedad moderna, a veces nos olvidamos que ésta no es una práctica nueva y que su uso, en el pasado, tenía connotaciones muy distintas a las actu
 
A pesar de que los avances en la ciencia y la tecnología han sido inmensos en el últimos siglo, todavía hay gente que no entiende la diferencia entre la ciencia de verdad y la pseudociencia, la “ci
 
Según la Sociedad Ornitológica Puertorriqueña, en la Isla viven siete tipos diferentes de palomas. La que más conocemos, y algunos detestan, es la paloma doméstica (Columba livia).
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre el genoma boricua.
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre el longán y el rambután.
 
Ciencia Puerto Rico y esta radioemisora te informan sobre la relacion entre la comedia y la comunicacion cientifica.
 
Decodificando - Episodio 33 - Carolina Dieckmann, Efeito Estufa e noticias do mêsBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
Creer en las teorías de la conspiración te facilita simplificar la forma en la que ves el mundo. Es normal entonces que para quien sufre ansiedad por el hecho de tener que morir sea más fácil abandonarse a ellas. En el tercer podcast Scientia Futura damos un vistazo a esa forma moderna y popular de creencia. Creer en el Código Da Vinci alivia t ...…
 
Decodificando - Episodio 32 - Anencefalos, Ecad, orcamento na ciencia, etcBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
La comunicación entre tu cerebro y tus miembros es en doble sentido, es ese cerebro el que les ordena moverse, pero la cosa sólo funciona a pleno rendimiento si a cambio se reciben las sensaciones que genera la manipulación del entorno. Hasta ahora, una prótesis sólo servía para sustituir el viaje de ida. En el sexto podcast Scientia Futura nos ...…
 
Decodificando - Episodio 31 - Bebida, direcao e capitalismoBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
Es fácil pensar que inteligencia y memoria, incluso consciencia, son el resultado de nuestra capacidad para el lenguaje. Los últimos estudios, en cambio, muestran que antes de desarrollarse esa capacidad, ya estamos capacitados para la empatía. En el quinto podcast Scientia Futura insistimos en nuestra admiración por la maquinaria más sofistica ...…
 
Steve Jobs, Antonio Chenel, Marco Simoncelli, Muamar el Gadafi, distintas muertes para distintas formas de emocionarse con ellas. Para el amante de la naturaleza, en cambio, ninguna emoción como la de ver a un ser vivo volver a la tierra para servir de carne para un nuevo animal joven. En el cuarto podcast Scientia Futura homenajeamos a Ginger, ...…
 
¿Qué pensarías si recibes a altas horas de la madrugada la llamada telefónica de una mujer con un pesado acento sueco? Probablemente, que se trata de una broma. Aunque si has hecho méritos suficientes en la vida, igual es que te ha tocado un Premio Nobel. En el segundo podcast Scientia Futura presentamos al Nobel de Física Brian Schmidt, humild ...…
 
La concesión del último Premio Nobel de Medicina queda envuelta en dudas porque uno de los premiados resulta haber muerto hace tres días, y los Nobel no se conceden póstumamente. En el primer podcast Scientia Futura homenajeamos a Ralph M. Steinman, descubridor del funcionamiento de la inmunidad adaptativa. Morir cuando te van a dar el Nobel La ...…
 
Decodificando - Episodio 30 - Tweets sobre blitz e penas em crimes ambientaisBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
Decodificando - Episodio 29 - Jalecos, Casa Ronald Mc Donald, etcBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
Decodificando - Episodio 28 - Tablets e super bacteriasBy decodificando@decodificando.com.br (Amanda Wanderley, Danielle Toste e Jonny Ken Itaya).
 
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