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On each episode of Bugs Need Heroes, an ecologist and an illustrator work together to create a new insect-inspired hero. The finished characters are posted to our social media pages and at BugsNeedHeroes.com Email us questions about bugs at BugsNeedHeroes@gmail.com Created by Derek Conrad and Kelly Zimmerman. Hosted by Amanda Niday and Kelly Zimmerman. Edited by Derek Conrad. Artwork by Amanda Niday. Music by Rolemusic.
 
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Bat Conservation Trust

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Stories from the bat conservation movement. This podcast is for anyone who loves bats or has an interest in bat conservation and the wider bat conservation community. Trustee and ecologist Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the world of bat conservation. Series 3 is out now. Series 4 is coming later this year with episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2022 through to Spring 2023. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At t ...
 
Plus Three dives deep into the world of drugs, from local decriminalization and emerging psychedelic corporations to leftist politics and mass incarceration. Each week the team and guests attempt to make sense of the complex connections between drugs, science, capitalism, policy, and culture. The podcast is co-hosted by Psymposia co-founder Brian Normand, psychedelics research and bio-ethicist Nese Devenot, evolutionary ecologist Brian Pace, and underground researcher David Nickles.
 
Join celebrity farmer, ecologist and conservationist, Jimmy Doherty, on his farm as he talks to eco-experts and well-known faces about trying to live a greener life. From bug burgers and sustainable football clubs, to viagra honey and foraging fungi, Jimmy’s new weekly podcast will cover all things ecology. A new episode will drop every Thursday. Guests include Jamie Oliver, Eshita Kabra-Davies, Jake Humphrey, Sir Tim Smit, BOSH!, Dale Vince, & Bez from the Happy Mondays - so join Jimmy on h ...
 
A series of podcasts hosted by Dr Will Liddell, family doctor and ecologist, comprising conversations about biodiversity, health and the environment. Contributors include healthcare professionals, farmers, scientists and conservationists and the content explores their work, their careers and their thoughts about environmental issues. Sound enginering is by Rob Wynne-Griffiths.
 
Are you fascinated by the natural world and the people who study it? Feel like you're going bananas sometimes? Then a podcast about primates and primatology and may be for you! The PrimateCast is an interview-format podcast host by behavioral ecologist, conservation biologist and animal health and welfare researcher and educator Dr. Andrew MacIntosh of Kyoto University's Wildlife Research Center. In it, you will find conversations with renowned primatologists, wildlife scientists, conservati ...
 
Science Voyage dives into the surprising ways that science shapes our lives and gives them meaning - a meaning that is often hidden, just beneath the surface. This is a weekly podcast created by ecologist Jai Ranganathan and is brought to you by SciFund Challenge.
 
Over a quarter of people who call New Zealand home were born overseas. So how do culture, identity and equity shape the New Zealand experience beyond confines of the 'diversity' checkbox? Produced and host by Kadambari Raghukumar.
 
Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
A Series of Dialogues with John P Milton, founder of Way of Nature, and a pioneering ecologist, spiritual teacher, meditation master, vision quest leader and shaman. John began exploring deep stillness via Solo time in Nature, & has synthesised the essence of multiple wisdom traditions to create a common ground approach that help us connect to source awareness, & reveal an authentic way of being that aligns with our purpose, & cultivates harmony with Source (true nature), Self (inner nature) ...
 
How do we enter the strange and fascinating world of small organisms? How do scientists explore their habits, growth, and rather intriguing behaviours? In this album, scientists from Italy, the US and the UK reveal some of the technologies and techniques they use to investigate the behaviour of small aquatic organisms such as flagellates, plankton and filter feeders. In the audio track, Dr David Robinson of The Open University talks about some of the problems and rewards of investigating ver ...
 
"THE WILD with Chris Morgan" explores how nature survives and thrives alongside (and often despite) humans. Taking listeners across the Pacific Northwest and around the world, host Chris Morgan explores wildlife and the complex web of ecosystems they inhabit. He also tells the stories of people working in and protecting the wild around us.
 
The Arizona Wildlife Federation Podcast, with its host Michael Cravens, brings you the stories of wildlife, wild places, and those people who value them the most. From hunting and angling to birding and gardening, we‘ll keep you informed of issues, events, and activities from around the beautiful and diverse state of Arizona. Since 1923, Arizona Wildlife Federation has united Arizonans and decision makers around science-based solutions to conserve our state’s wildlife, wildlife habitat, and ...
 
The Science Pawdcast breaks down the latest science happening in the human world AND the pet world. Each episode will also bring you a guest to enthral you with their area of knowledge. You'll also catch up on the latest antics of Bunsen and Beaker, the Science Dogs! You'll learn, be captivated, and laugh along with host Jason Zackowski. Pets and Science, it's the pawfect mix. You'll also get episodes of SciChat and PetChat which are the live shows from social audio. SciChat has an interview ...
 
The story of our environment may well be the most important story this century. We focus on issues facing people and the planet. Leading environmentalists, organizations, activists, and conservationists discuss meaningful ways to create a better and more sustainable future. Participants include EARTHDAY.ORG, Greenpeace, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, PETA, European Environment Agency, Peter Singer, 350.org, UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development, Ci ...
 
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The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society

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The Creative Process in 10 minutes or less · Arts, Culture & Society

The Creative Process · Books, Film, Music, TV, Art, Writing, Education, Environment, Theatre, Dance, LGBTQ, Social Justice, Spirituality, Feminism, Technology...

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Ten minute highlights of the popular The Creative Process & One Planet podcasts. Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winners of Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Pulitzer, leaders & public figures share real experiences & offer valuable insights. Notable guests and participating museums and organizations include: Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Neil Pat ...
 
I help people with things, problems, and difficult situations - weather they want it or not! It has been suggested that I am the one needing help for producing this podcast but, as Shakespeare should have said but didn't, so I shall say it instead- one creator is worth ten critics. If you have got young kids why not join the 900,000 listeners to my kids story podcast https://www.buzzsprout.com/1412476 or for more adult giggles, my website, bernardking.co.uk?
 
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Books & Writers · The Creative Process

Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Poets, Non-fiction Writers & Journalists Talk Writing · Creative Process Original Series

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Books & Writing episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winne ...
 
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Philosophy, Ideas, Critical Thinking, Ethics & Morality · The Creative Process

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Philosophers, Writers, Educators, Creative Thinkers, Spiritual Leaders, Environmentalists & Bioethicists · Creative Process Original Series

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Philosophy episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to philosophers, writers, educators, spiritual leaders, environmentalists, bioethicists, artists & creative thinkers in other. disciplines To listen to ALL arts & education episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative ...
 
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Spiritual Leaders, Mindfulness Experts, Great Thinkers, Authors, Elders, Artists Talk Faith & Religion · Creative Process Original Series

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Spirituality & Mindfulness episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. We speak to spiritual leaders, mindfulness experts, great thinkers and authors, elders, artists, musicians and others discuss paths to faith, connection, and creativity. To listen to ALL arts, education & spirituality episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your po ...
 
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Weaving Voices

Whetstone Radio Collective

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Weaving Voices is a Whetstone Radio Collective podcast that stitches textile systems and traditions, economic philosophy, and climate science into a quilt of understanding. Designed to transform our thinking and actions both as citizens and material culture makers and users.
 
Sciographies introduces listeners to scientists at Dalhousie University. Each episode explores events in our guest’s life that left an impression powerful enough to lead them to their career in science. Guests will also talk about their research and provide thought-provoking commentary on topics like climate change, cannabis research, endangered species and more.
 
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Welcome to the first episode in a brand new season of the Ecology Academy podcast! In this month's episode we focus on delivering everything you need to know about the UK Habitat Classification System (UKHab) and why, as a digital ecologist, it matters. Our Guest Our guest on this episode is Paul Losse of Salix Ecology. Paul worked as a Conservatio…
 
This week on the podcast we have a very cool study that looked at how AI is reading the brainwaves of humans and determining what the humans JUST head. It's wild! In Pet Science, fans asked us to do a story about the domestic foxes of Siberia! Our guest in Ask an Expert is the hilarious Lauren Pharr, who had us on the edge of our seat with her know…
 
"So we tend to take living for granted. I think that might be the biggest limitation of human intelligence is to not understand with awe and reverence and love that we live in a miracle that we are part of and that we have the ability to either nurture or destroy. The living world is enormously enriching to human life. I just loved animals. They're…
 
In this episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series, we continue to celebrate the National Marine Sanctuaries' 50th year of ocean conservation and stewardship. Our guest today is Dr. Leila Hatch. Leila Hatch is a Research Ecologist at the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries' Science and Heritage Division. She coordinates NOAA’s efforts to monito…
 
"Now, William of Occam was a theologian, really, but he was closer to being a logician. He worked with logic, and he went to study theology at the University of Oxford. He had an uncertain history. We don't really know anything about his childhood other than he was given to the Franciscans, which gives you a clue he might have been an abandoned chi…
 
Johnjoe McFadden is the author of Life is Simple, How Occam’s Razor Set Science Free and Shapes the Universe. He obtained his PhD at Imperial College London and went on to work on human genetic diseases and then infectious diseases, at the University of Surrey. Professor McFadden has specialised in examining the genetics of microbes such as the age…
 
"Now, William of Occam was a theologian, really, but he was closer to being a logician. He worked with logic, and he went to study theology at the University of Oxford. He had an uncertain history. We don't really know anything about his childhood other than he was given to the Franciscans, which gives you a clue he might have been an abandoned chi…
 
Johnjoe McFadden is the author of Life is Simple, How Occam’s Razor Set Science Free and Shapes the Universe. He obtained his PhD at Imperial College London and went on to work on human genetic diseases and then infectious diseases, at the University of Surrey. Professor McFadden has specialised in examining the genetics of microbes such as the age…
 
"Essentially, what the thesis of the book is that science is really about finding simple solutions. And I guess one of the other themes of the book is that life appears like a scientist. It finds the simplest solutions to problems, and that's because there's a mechanism in natural selection, whereby stuff that is unnecessary gets removed by mutatio…
 
"Essentially, what the thesis of the book is that science is really about finding simple solutions. And I guess one of the other themes of the book is that life appears like a scientist. It finds the simplest solutions to problems, and that's because there's a mechanism in natural selection, whereby stuff that is unnecessary gets removed by mutatio…
 
Johnjoe McFadden is the author of Life is Simple, How Occam’s Razor Set Science Free and Shapes the Universe. He obtained his PhD at Imperial College London and went on to work on human genetic diseases and then infectious diseases, at the University of Surrey. Professor McFadden has specialised in examining the genetics of microbes such as the age…
 
Most books on puppies are dog-improvement manuals, guiding readers ‘How to Raise the Perfect Dog’ or how to achieve ‘Perfect Puppy in 7 Days.’ Alexandra Horowitz’s profound and totally delightful new book is not that type of book. It’s an unprecedented look at the complex, chaotic, fascinating, and often hilarious journeys of puppies becoming thems…
 
"Scott [Kid Cudi] is the most beautiful, kind, goodhearted man, but also he's brilliant. He's a generator of ideas. I feel like by being next to him, your role is to take all of these concepts that he's crafting and ideating and bring them to fruition, so it's a really beautiful gift where you feel like you're paired with an artist who is the sourc…
 
We were so lucky that Dr. Amritha Mallikarjun took time time to come back and talk with us about how dogs deal with language but most importantly her work on a project that trained dogs to sniff COVID in sweat! The chat was so very interesting!!! Dr. Amritha Mallikarjun on twitter! Bunsen and Beaker Links: The Bunsen and Beaker Website has adorable…
 
The amazing and inspirational Dr. Jen Golbeck was our guest tonight. Dr. G is part of the husband/wife team that takes in Golden Retrievers and through rescue and gives them nothing but love for the time they have left. They run the huge Golden Ratio account is a bright light on social media, and our chat covers everything and anything about the ac…
 
Content Warning for this episode: There is a story about the loss of a pet and brief mention of suicide from minutes 9-14. In this episode, Amanda flexes her art history degree and Kelly adds another item to her shopping list. An example of remarkable behavioral convergence and sexual dimorphism gives us a double episode of big boy beetles with feu…
 
Italy held snap general elections on 25th September which saw a victory for its 'centre-right' coalition of parties. Chief among these was the radical right Brothers of Italy party led by presumptive PM Giorgia Meloni, who managed to triumph over a divided centre-left. We discuss what the origins and ideology of the new rightist government and the …
 
This week on the show in science news we have a very cool look at a A.I. piece of software that may have cracked the code on how proteins twist and fold together...though some scientists aren't convinced. In Pet Science we take a light hearted, but amazing look at how dogs drink water! It's so cool! Our expert guest is DevOps Specialist Deanna Stan…
 
"Jean-Michel Basquiat's combination of words and images, this visual poetry, just from a cultural standpoint has been so important. When I met him in 1983, black people were not allowed in the art market, pretty much. And you see that he broke down this barrier, which opened the door for all this multiculturalism within the art market. And you can'…
 
"Jean-Michel Basquiat's combination of words and images, this visual poetry, just from a cultural standpoint has been so important. When I met him in 1983, black people were not allowed in the art market, pretty much. And you see that he broke down this barrier, which opened the door for all this multiculturalism within the art market. And you can'…
 
Lee Jaffe, a cross-disciplinary visual artist, musician, and poet, took photos of his friend, Jean-Michel Basquiat, when they traveled abroad in 1983. As a photographer, Jaffe had a connection to Basquiat, and their time spent together resulted in an archive of imagery that captured one of the art world’s true legends through an unfiltered and auth…
 
Our guest today on the Outdoor Adventure Series is Bernie Verwiel Bernie is the Senior Manager, Partner Relations at Covac Global. His responsibilities include creating partnerships with travel agencies, tour operators, and companies to add Covac Global’s services to their travel assistance portfolios. Aha Moment When I learn about a successful eva…
 
"We present ourselves and our bodies every day in public, and the way we do that is profoundly important. It's the way we establish a sense of self in a social domain. And clothing is the most direct way that's accomplished, and so of course it has political significance, and that's why it's always been regulated. Something that's trivial and super…
 
"One of the things that I've tried to do in my work is demonstrate the way that laws that don't seem to be directly related to social equality, to equality of opportunity, to racial justice in fact are and that it's only through also reforming these kind of systemic and institutionalized forms of discrimination that we could truly achieve an egalit…
 
Richard Thompson Ford is the George E. Osborne Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. His scholarship combines social criticism and legal analysis, and he writes for both popular readers and for academic and legal specialists. He's written for the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. He’s a …
 
Richard Thompson Ford is the George E. Osborne Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. His scholarship combines social criticism and legal analysis, and he writes for both popular readers and for academic and legal specialists. He's written for the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Christian Science Monitor, and other publications. He’s a …
 
"We present ourselves and our bodies every day in public, and the way we do that is profoundly important. It's the way we establish a sense of self in a social domain. And clothing is the most direct way that's accomplished, and so of course it has political significance, and that's why it's always been regulated. Something that's trivial and super…
 
Hello everyone. Welcome back for another episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series Podcast. Our guest today is Heather Physioc. Heather is an Outdoor Enthusiast, Photographer & Writer. She is passionate about traveling, exploring, photographing, and writing about the natural world. She hopes her images and writing can inspire a closer connection to n…
 
Squirrel hunting, overlooked by some and dearly loved by others. Whether you're new to squirrel hunting or you're a seasoned pro, you're bound to walk away with some new tips and insight after listening to this discussion with Johnathan O'Dell. https://www.azwildlife.org/ Fly Fishers Arizona Contact: John Doss - 623-229-8335 http://www.saquailforev…
 
This episode of SciChat has three nuclear science experts! It was a fun and lively discussion about the safety, future, and misconceptions about nuclear energy! Mairead Montague @MaireadMontague Amanda Bachmann @amanda_bachmann Jeremy Mettler @tokamak990 Science Chat runs every Tuesday Evening at 9PM Eastern or 7PM Mountain Sam on Twitter: https://…
 
This is bonus content from our live Twitter show on Saturday at 6PM Mountain/8PM Eastern where we meet to play games, break down stories about Bunsen and Beaker and share stories about our pets! We included the game this week in our recording - normally I edit it out! Bunsen and Beaker Links: Find the Texts From Bunsen ebook here! www.bunsenbernerb…
 
Fishing is more than taking fish out of the ocean. Depending on the fishing method, there are issues with bycatch, waste, and plain inefficiency to deal with. And one fishing method releases more CO2 than the entire airline industry. Yes, really. Let's dive in. 👀 Read the article (+ references): https://katehildenbrand.com/review-of-fishing-methods…
 
This week on The Science Pawdcast we look at a very interesting study that tries to explain where Saturn's majestic rings came from. In Pet Science we delve into a study that happened by accident! A pet cat was chewing catnip and that chewed catnip did better at repelling mosquitoes! Our guest in ask an expert is Dr. Konstantinos Konstantinou - a b…
 
Sweden’s general election on 11th September produced a knife edge result which saw the right-wing bloc of the centre-right parties and the radical right Sweden Democrats win a small majority. The election marks the final incorporation of the Swedish Democrats into the party system and the breakdown of the cordon sanitaire around them. Follow us on …
 
"I think the environment is such a challenging problem. Two of the major reasons for that are that it's a commons problem. Basically, there's a greater good, and we all have to sacrifice a little bit individually to achieve that greater good. People tend to be self interested, so those kinds of problems are really challenging because, I'm sitting h…
 
"Human beings are not built for individual cognition. We're not built to master every detail about the world. Our minds are not made for storing a lot of details about the way that the world works because the world is just too complex for any one individual to master too much about it. Instead, what human beings are really designed for is collabora…
 
"The human mind is both genius and pathetic, brilliant and idiotic. People are capable of the most remarkable feats, achievements that defy the gods. We went from discovering the atomic nucleus in 1911 to mega- ton nuclear weapons in just over forty years. We have mastered fire, created democratic institutions, stood on the moon, and developed gene…
 
Philip Fernbach is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Leeds School of Business. He’s published widely in the top journals in cognitive science, consumer research and marketing, and received the ACR Early Career Award for Contrib…
 
Philip Fernbach is an Associate Professor of Marketing and Co-Director of the Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Leeds School of Business. He’s published widely in the top journals in cognitive science, consumer research and marketing, and received the ACR Early Career Award for Contrib…
 
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