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Best Computerscience podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
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Updated November 2019
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'Will my bacon sandwich kill me?', 'Is vaping better than smoking?', 'How do you become an astronaut?' - just some of the Big Questions we ask some of the brightest minds behind Oxford science. Join us in each podcast as we explore a different area of science.
 
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The mission of The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between ‘ed’ and ‘tech’ through storytelling, for better innovation and impact. Our audience consists of education leaders from around the world, plus start ups, learning and development specialists, bluechips, investors, Government and media. The Edtech Podcast is downloaded 2000+ each week from 145 countries in total, with UK, US & Australia the top 3 downloading countries. Podcast series have included Future Tech for Education, ...
 
The State of the Universe is an accessible science and social podcast hosted by Astrophysicist Brendan Drachler. Listen to Brendan and other renowned members of the scholarly community discuss and explain cutting edge research and profound ideas.
 
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What's in this episode? It's that time again! Welcome to the next episode of our #voctechpodcast series! This week we are looking at investment in lifelong learning and workforce development. We chat with Marissa Lowman about Village Capital’s Future of Work and Learning accelerator program and Marissa’s background in early edtech ecosystem bui ...…
 
What do you do when a city outgrows its 150 year old sewer system? Build a super sewer of course! Join University of Oxford engineer Dr Brian Sheil as we go underground, and learn how his innovative sensors are revolutionising the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project – and the construction industry.By Oxford Sparks
 
What do you do when a city outgrows its 150 year old sewer system? Build a super sewer of course! Join University of Oxford engineer Dr Brian Sheil as we go underground, and learn how his innovative sensors are revolutionising the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project – and the construction industry.By Oxford Sparks
 
What do you do when a city outgrows its 150 year old sewer system? Build a super sewer of course! Join University of Oxford engineer Dr Brian Sheil as we go underground, and learn how his innovative sensors are revolutionising the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project – and the construction industry.By Oxford Sparks
 
What's in this episode? Hello everyone and welcome to the second episode of our "The Edge" series, supported by Salesforce.Org. This series is all about new ways of doing things in Higher Education leadership in an era of dizzying advanced computing. This week, we look at Equity, Equality & Diversity in Higher Ed Leadership. We delve into inclu ...…
 
Welcome to this first episode of our newest series, What Matters in Edtech, supported by Bett. This series is all about the things that matter in education, and how and when tech might help. What's in this episode? In the first episode, we are looking at Inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We look at those working a ...…
 
Episode 66 features astrophysicist Dr. Dan Hooper. Dan is a Senior Scientist and the Head of the Theoretical Astrophysics Group at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. He is also an Associate Professor in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago. We discuss the biggest open questions in astrophysics today ...…
 
What's in this episode? Welcome to the next episode in our #voctechpodcast series! Beam is the world’s first crowdfunding platform that helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds train up and get into rewarding work. In this weeks episode, we talk to Beam's CEO, Alex Stephany, about crowdfunding for social good, and the importance of grit, alo ...…
 
What's in this episode? In this week's BONUS episode we throw back to Ian Hurd recording at the graduation of the first cohort of teachers to complete a nationally recognised qualification from the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE). Ian is first in conversation with Professor Simon Peyton Jones, the NCCE Chair, and Liza Belozerova, ...…
 
The Big Questions podcast is back with a new series, and we start with a special Halloween edition! Join University of Oxford evolutionary virologist Emilia Skirmuntt as we learn all about the weird and wonderful world of bats, and ask the question 'Are bats villains or superheroes?'By Oxford Sparks
 
The Big Questions podcast is back with a new series, and we start with a special Halloween edition! Join University of Oxford evolutionary virologist Emilia Skirmuntt as we learn all about the weird and wonderful world of bats, and ask the question 'Are bats villains or superheroes?'By Oxford Sparks
 
The Big Questions podcast is back with a new series, and we start with a special Halloween edition! Join University of Oxford evolutionary virologist Emilia Skirmuntt as we learn all about the weird and wonderful world of bats, and ask the question 'Are bats villains or superheroes?'By Oxford Sparks
 
What's in this episode? In this week's VocTech Series episode on Artificial Intelligence and Corporate Learning and Development, we are in conversation with Henrietta Palmer, Learning Solutions Manager at TUI Group, a leading and innovative travel brand in the UK. Henrietta talks about the use of Artificial Intelligence to curate learning acros ...…
 
Episode 65 features Dr. Josh Willis. Josh Willis is an oceanographer and climate scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the lead scientist for the NASA mission Oceans Melting Greenland (or OMG, for short), and the lead NASA scientist for the Jason missions, which measure sea level rise from space. More information about the OMG proje ...…
 
What's in this episode? Welcome to this first episode of The Edge: Innovation and Intelligence Imperative, a new series from the makers of The Edtech Podcast, supported by Salesforce.Org. This series is all about the leaders in higher education doing things a bit differently. There's more about what we've got coming up here. We talk about trust ...…
 
Episode 64 of The State of The Universe features Bernie Taylor. Bernie Taylor is the author of Before Orion and an expert in prehistoric, indigenous and ancient peoples and cultures. Before Orion can be found at https://www.amazon.com/BEFORE-ORION-Finding-Face-Hero-ebook/dp/B075MQG794/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=before+orion&qid=1570592626&sr=8-1. The ...…
 
What's in this episode? In this weeks VocTech Series episode, on collaborative drug discovery through VR and AR, we speak to Becky Sage, CEO at Interactive Scientific. Becky is a woman of many talents and is also an actress & award-winning gymnast! We chat about the long-haul marathon race of being an entrepreneur, the role of upbringing in wor ...…
 
Hello listeners! What's in this episode? Welcome to this FINAL episode 😢 in our Education 4.0 series with our friends at Jisc, looking at the changing world of education in the fourth industrial era. A big shout out to Jisc for supporting the series, to all our amazing guests and to you for listening This week’s episode is all about town and go ...…
 
Episode 63 of The State of The Universe features Dr. Brian Keating. Brian Keating is a professor of physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences (CASS) in the Department of Physics at the University of California, San Diego and the Director of the Simons Observatory. He is also the author of an amazing book, Losing the Nobel Prize wh ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello dear listeners, welcome to this new episode of The Edtech Podcast, the show that aims to improve the dialogue between 'ed' and 'tech' for better innovation and impact. Hot on the heels of our launch of The Voctech Podcast: learning continued series a few nights ago, I’m super happy to share the second episode. This ...…
 
In this episode Brendan discusses the dueling ideologies regarding a solution for climate change, why neither side seems to be working, the problems with building larger solar and wind farms, how other countries are failing to "go green", and how political division will help us (not hurt us) when solving this problem. Join our mailing list at t ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello everyone! In this week’s episode, we travel nearly 5000 miles from the UK to China, to talk about increasing interest in competency based education. Plus, a listener news item on a new partnership on UK Maths Edtech. First up, you’ll hear Edtech Podcast listener Sonnie Tan interviewing the Founder of KitCat, Michae ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello dear listeners, welcome to this new episode of The Edtech Podcast, the show that aims to improve the dialogue between ed and tech for better innovation and impact. This week I’m super excited to share this first episode (yay!) of our new series The Voctech Podcast: learning continued, which seeks to explore the int ...…
 
In this week's episode, Brendan is joined by astronomer Dr. Sara Mazrouei. Sara is a planetary scientist with a focus on The Moon and how we can use it to learn about the history of the Solar System. She is also a science communicator and the Space Matters Lead at the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration at Western University. In this e ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello everyone! Thank you for being patient as we took a break over the Summer and prepared for our next season. This week we throwback to a second recording from this year’s WISE Summit in Paris. In this episode you’ll hear from two speakers on the topic of the future of learning; Heidi Harju-Luukkainen, Professor, Nord ...…
 
In this episode, Brendan and Dr. Chris Kulp discuss the tendency for machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence to be biased. How does this bias lead to a plethora of unintended and dangerous consequences? Dr. Chris Kulp is a Professor of Physics at Lycoming College and an expert in Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos. He also specializes ...…
 
In this episode, Brendan discusses the recent news that July 2019 was the warmest month on record. He answers a common misconception, how do even know the temperature of the Earth? Also, what can be done about the climate change problem? Furthermore, why are Andromeda and the Milky Way Galaxy on a collision course? Ask us questions in the comme ...…
 
In this week's episode, Brendan is joined by archeologist and anthropologist Dr. John Hoopes. Dr. John Hoopes is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Kansas and a Visiting Professor and Greenleaf Distinguished Chair of Latin American Studies at Tulane University. We discuss the prevalence of pseudoscience in archeology in such things ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello everyone! In this episode, we’re travelling back to (the) Future Edtech conference where a panel of Higher Education leaders discuss how to develop the team that delivers change in the context of institutional capability and leadership development for the "21st Century University". You will hear about how saying no ...…
 
Listen in and get a feel for The Voctech Podcast, a new show from the makers of The Edtech Podcast, supported by Ufi Charitable Trust & Ufi Ventures. This new series explores the intersection of adult learning and tech, including, careers and HR tech, the skills gap and training, diverse workforces and new modes of working, and the foundations ...…
 
In this week's episode, Brendan and Astrophysicist Dr. Nathalie Ouellette answer the very important question - what do we do if the James Webb Space Telescope fails? Nathalie is the Coordinator for the Institute for Research on Exoplanets at the Université de Montréal and the Canadian Outreach Scientist for the JWST working with the Canadian Sp ...…
 
Episode 56 of The State of The Universe features Dr. Chris Kulp. Dr. Chris Kulp is a Professor of Physics at Lycoming College and an expert in Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos. He also specializes in machine learning. In this episode, Brendan and Dr. Kulp discuss machine learning, how we can teach computers to think on their own, artificial intelli ...…
 
Hello listeners! What's in this episode? Welcome to this penultimate episode in our Education 4.0 series with friends at Jisc, looking at the changing world of education in the fourth industrial era. This week we ask “Who can help embed new technologies and working practices?” as we look at the pioneers and settlers needed to create change in e ...…
 
In this episode Brendan discusses the next generation of cellular networks - 5G! Are they safe? What is so good about them? When will they be available? Brendan also discusses recent news that June 2019 was the hottest June ever recorded! Ask us questions in the comments below and we will answer them! If you enjoyed this episode, leave a rating ...…
 
In this episode Brendan discusses his hatred for Apple, the Area 51 Raid, the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, the newest accomplishment of artificial intelligence, and more news of Fast Radio Bursts! Ask us questions in the comments below and we will answer them! If you enjoyed this episode, leave a rating and a review on Apple Podcasts or whate ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello listeners and welcome back to The Edtech Podcast, the show about improving the dialogue between “ed” and “tech” for better innovation and impact. This week we share recordings made live at the launch of the European Edtech Network during London Edtech Week. For those who have been following the news, the ambitions ...…
 
This week's episode features Astrophysicist Dr. Nathalie Ouellette. Nathalie is the Coordinator for the Institute for Research on Exoplanets at the Université de Montréal and the Canadian Outreach Scientist for the JWST working with the Canadian Space Agency! Throughout this episode, Nathalie and Brendan discuss exoplanets, how we detect them, ...…
 
I do many interviews but I only upload a few to my own channel. I thought this appearance of mine on the Kev Baker Show was particularly informational. Kev asks me questions from every corner of the astrophysics gamut! We discuss fast radio bursts (FRBs), aliens, going back to Mars, why we are developing a helicopter for Mars, sending a quadcop ...…
 
What's in this episode? Welcome to episode five of the Education 4.0 series co-curated with our friends at Jisc, looking at the changing world of education in the fourth industrial era. This week’s episode is all about the personal curriculum. We explore what the personal curriculum might mean in reality, a reality where we can both forge our o ...…
 
Hello everyone. As we speak, it’s London Edtech Week in the UK so to celebrate we are putting out an episode of The Edtech Podcast every day! PHEW! You’ll be hearing from a mixture of amazing teachers, Ministries of Education, edtech companies, Sleep specialists and much more recorded all over the world. If you enjoy listening, give us a shout ...…
 
Hello everyone. As we speak, it’s London Edtech Week in the UK so to celebrate we are putting out an episode of The Edtech Podcast every day! PHEW! You’ll be hearing from a mixture of amazing teachers, Ministries of Education, edtech companies, Sleep specialists and much more recorded all over the world. If you enjoy listening, give us a shout ...…
 
In this episode, Brendan and Dr. David Fisher detail why we haven't been backed to the Moon in 47 years! Dr. David Fisher is a Professor of Physics at Lycoming College and a spaceflight historian. He has authored over 75 articles that have appeared in peer-reviewed research articles, technical journals, popular media, reference works; and has e ...…
 
It’s considered one of the hardest athletic challenges. 21 day-long stages covering around 3,500 kilometres (2,200 miles) - it’s the Tour De France. A Tour de France rider will burn enough calories during a six-hour mountain stage to fuel an average person's activity for two to four days. So how do these athletes compete day in, day out? On thi ...…
 
It’s considered one of the hardest athletic challenges. 21 day-long stages covering around 3,500 kilometres (2,200 miles) - it’s the Tour De France. A Tour de France rider will burn enough calories during a six-hour mountain stage to fuel an average person's activity for two to four days. So how do these athletes compete day in, day out? On thi ...…
 
It’s considered one of the hardest athletic challenges. 21 day-long stages covering around 3,500 kilometres (2,200 miles) - it’s the Tour De France. A Tour de France rider will burn enough calories during a six-hour mountain stage to fuel an average person's activity for two to four days. So how do these athletes compete day in, day out? On thi ...…
 
Hello everyone. As we speak, it’s London Edtech Week in the UK so to celebrate we are putting out an episode of The Edtech Podcast every day! PHEW! You’ll be hearing from a mixture of amazing teachers, Ministries of Education, edtech companies, Sleep specialists and much more recorded all over the world. If you enjoy listening, give us a shout ...…
 
Hello everyone. As we speak, it’s London Edtech Week in the UK so to celebrate we are putting out an episode of The Edtech Podcast every day! PHEW! You’ll be hearing from a mixture of amazing teachers, Ministries of Education, edtech companies, Sleep specialists and much more recorded all over the world. If you enjoy listening, give us a shout ...…
 
Hello everyone. As we speak, it’s London Edtech Week in the UK so to celebrate we are putting out an episode of The Edtech Podcast every day! PHEW! You’ll be hearing from a mixture of amazing teachers, Ministries of Education, edtech companies, Sleep specialists and much more recorded all over the world. If you enjoy listening, give us a shout ...…
 
Duncan Lorimer is a Professor of Physics and serves as Associate Dean for External Research Development in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University (WVU) In 2007, his research group discovered a new type of object that had never been observed before - fast radio bursts (FRBs). These objects are still a mystery. Lorime ...…
 
What's in this episode? Hello everyone! This week’s episode is a LIVE recording at WISE Paris earlier this year, where we cover T-shaped learners (broad and deep), what Greek mythology can tell us about the modern day role of the mentor, and how formative culture and parents are in the learning journey. Naturally, we throw in a bit of machine l ...…
 
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