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Get inspired by amazing leaders and naturalists on the forefront of nature conservation! Each episode I interview ecologists, naturalists, educators, authors, researchers, and others in order to help you learn more about nature and become a better naturalist. I promise to cover the nuance of each topic, and show you the unique and inspiring ways people are making a difference. Please join me in this journey!
 
Welcome to Everything STEAM; A Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics education podcast hosted by Sam Stanford. Every 2 weeks, Sam talks to bright individuals who are either working, studying, or self taught and passionate about the particular STEAM topic of discussion. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everythingsteam/support
 
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What the Forensics

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What the Forensics

Rebecca, Journey, and Nicole

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Two forensic psychology graduates and one forensic anthropology graduate talking to you about all things fun, interesting, and odd about the world of forensics! Each episode we spend 1/2 the time talking about a case and then the other 1/2 exploring a forensic science that was influential in that case. Join us in learning more about forensics and true crime!
 
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Cassia Jones

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404 is a low-fantasy fictional podcast mini-series about an IT tech, her house, and the inhuman things that lurk inside it. NOTE: You can find the rest of this series on YouTube at whoscassia. Happy listening! :]
 
Welcome to The Pilon Bros. Podcast, where amazing things happen. The Pilon brothers share their life story, one podcast at a time. Being twins is not always a walk in the park, but Nick and Chris have a unique life long partnership that holds true today. From hilarious adventures to life struggles, these two have been through a lot together. Enjoy the wholesome, uplifting and inspirational content these two have in store for you in this weekly podcast. Episodes will be available every Friday!
 
Hosts Anthony Hanson, Dave Nicholai, and Bill Hutchison at the University of Minnesota alert growers, ag professionals and educators about emerging pest concerns with Minnesota Field Crops, including corn, soybean, small grains and alfalfa. They offer useful, research-based pest management solutions. Dr. Anthony Hanson, IPM Educator - Field Crops Dr. Bill Hutchison, Coordinator of the MN IPM Program Dave Nicolai, Crops Extension Educator & Coordinator of the Extension Institute for Ag Profes ...
 
Capilano Radio Club formed in attempt to connect voices and people together, to bring awareness of the incredible initiatives and projects students create at Cap. Through the form of new media and internet radio, the club aspires to create a platform for new voices to be heard, and to bridge a community of students on and off campus. We aim to give students a voice through the platform of new media, to showcase their opinions, talent and work. Capilano Radio is currently in development to ru ...
 
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This episode is buzzing with bee information! PhD student Abby Lehner joins the podcast to talk about bees! We provide a bees 101 introduction, global trends within native and domesticated bee populations and proper actions of involvement for people like you and I. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https:…
 
The Minnesota Honey Producers Association has a whole bunch of good things going for them and in this episode we learn about their new Honey Ambassador Program (notice we didn’t say Honey Queen Program), plus the state wide habitat program. First off, we talk with Becky Masterson, who’ve we had as a guest on the podcast in the past. Rebecca is with…
 
This is a special episode where in honour of the National day of Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, we have decided to focus on some cases of wrongful death and murder of Indigenous men, women, and children in Canada. We felt that since we are fortunate enough to have this platform we need to bring awareness to the atrocities that Indigenous c…
 
Howdy bug lovers! Today the Arthro-Pod gang is going back in history to discuss the spongy moth after its introduction by Trouvelot. We will start our journey at the nascent site of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1891 when specimens of the spongy moth were delivered to some entomologists working there. After that, it is off to the ra…
 
Brennan Martens from the University of Alberta, and amateur paleontologist & medical student Trevor Rempert join the podcast to discuss the Cambrian Explosion. This is an event that is so complex and significant, yet it only represents a blip on the Geologic Time Scale. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. h…
 
In this week’s episode, we visit with Cliff Struhl about his thoughts on better ways to keep bees than is generally done today (and the past 170 years). Cliff is owner of Bee Smart Designs and has produced several products that aim to reduce some of the stresses we apply when keeping bees in a standard wooden box. He starts with the boxes we use an…
 
My guest today is Denise Lewis, Director of Programs and resident raptor expert at Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue, Nebraska. Today Denise gives me a tour of the Raptor Woodland Refuge, which is an incredible public facility at the forest. Just envision this - a densely wooded hillside with an elevated boardwalk. But every 10 or 20 meters, there is a…
 
Today the Arthro-Pod gang are teaming up to do their part to dissect the 1997 film, Starship Troopers. Directed by Paul Verhoeven and starring a motley mix of 1990's handsome people, the sci-fi film fared poorly in its original theatrical run. After re-evaluation current critical consensus is that the film is a great parody of fascism and the arc o…
 
On today’s episode we are joined by professor, author and noted speaker Dr. Dewey Caron. Dewey is an active member of the Honey Bee Health Coalition where he helps with the creation and maintenance of the Coalition’s Hive Management program. Today he joins us to talk about the just updated, Varroa Management Guide. Varroa management is a very serio…
 
Mayday, mayday! I repeat, mayday, we're going down .... a rabbit hole of information as Journey tells us all about three different plane crashes, SwissAir Flight 111, Flight TWA-800, and MH370. After fueling Journey's own flight anxiety, Rebecca follows up by teaching us about forensic engineering and its importance in solving the questions around …
 
Mark Winston joins us on today’s episode. Mark just retired from Simon Frazer University in British Columbia. For many years his research focused on honey bees, beekeeping and agriculture. For about a decade he was a regular contributor to Bee Culture magazine, where he explored the biology of honey bees, and the sociality of beekeepers. His writin…
 
I love getting feedback about the podcast, and within days of each other, I received some interesting and overlapping suggestions. One said "I enjoy the deep dives into different taxa or environments, but I also really enjoyed some of your earlier episodes where you had people with different ways of engaging with nature, such as the standup paddleb…
 
Dr. Tracy Farone, joins us in this episode. Tracy is a veterinarian, a professor of biology at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania, a board member of the Honey Bee Veterinary Consortium, a beekeeper and a regular contributor to Bee Culture magazine. Veterinarians, you will hear her say, were brought into the beekeeping world because of t…
 
Hello bug lovers and welcome back to Arthro-Pod! In today's episode Jody and Jonathan sit down and talk ticks! Specifically they cover the Asian longhorned tick, an invasive species that has been spreading in the United States for the last few years. This astonishing tick has been found on numerous animals and is well known for their asexual reprod…
 
When we started this podcast back in 2018, not only did we want to bring you the known and established voices in beekeeping and honey bee research, we also set out to highlight the new voices. Today’s episode we introduce two new researchers. Project Apis m and CostCo established the PAm-Costco Scholarship Awards, in 2013. The students who receive …
 
Today's episode is really exciting and was a new experience for me - a field interview! And I couldn't have asked for a better guest than Michelle Foss, Director of Resource Stewardship at Fontenelle Forest in Bellevue, Nebraska. Fontenelle Forest is not what most people would typically think of if they envisioned Nebraska. It is 2100 acres, with a…
 
Have you ever wondered how much radiation the human body can withstand? In this episode of What The Forensics we discuss the controversial case of Alexander Litvinenko, an ex-Russian KGB agent who gets exposed to Polonium-210 while seeking asylum in the UK. Rebecca tells us all about who Alexander Litvinenko was and what led him to the seek out saf…
 
In this archive special episode from November, 2020, Master Beekeeper, Katharina Davitt reveals the nutritional benefits honey bees derive from bananas. Yes, you read that correctly, bananas! We all know that bananas are good for people. They are full of carbs, minerals, vitamins, are good for digestion and just taste good. But the one thing all be…
 
Astrophysicist & Content Creator Skylar Grayson joins the podcast to discuss the evolution of Galaxies, and the latest news about Dark Matter. A substance that makes up 26% of all matter in the universe. Skylar’s YouTube Skylar’s TikTok Skylar’s Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/…
 
LINKS: Hives For Heroes- To learn more and to sign up to be a Newbee or Mentor: https://www.hivesforheroes.com NEW VIDEO "BUGS IN A BOX" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiwymB450z4&t=522s Greg Burns- Natures Image Farm Interested in Nucs, Packages Queens or Supplies visit us on the web: http://www.naturesimagefarm.com/ Check out Dan & Christie's Ho…
 
Tune in bug lovers to learn about monarch butterflies and why they have recently been added to the IUCN Red List for endangered animals. It's sad to see such a beloved insect be added to a list that sparks concerns. There have been many problems confronting monarchs for years and now we must worry about the future for these migratory wonders. Tune …
 
Bee Culture’s Annual October Event is back. After two years of dealing with Covid delays, Editor Jerry Hayes has put together a two day event in Medina, Ohio that you will not want to miss. On today’s episode, we talk with Jerry about the thirteen fantastic and inspiring leaders scheduled to talk of their journeys to get to where they are today, an…
 
Today's episode is a bit unique. As I mentioned in my monthly newsletter a couple months ago, I've been very impressed with a new podcast called Golden State Naturalist. I've had the pleasure of speaking with its creator, Michelle Fullner, a couple of times, and thought it would be fun to discuss her rapid success, and expose more people to her wor…
 
We’re baaaaaack! Finally! With a tale about a man's severed arm that was vomited by a huge shark at a Sydney aquarium in 1935. How did investigators discover the identity of the victim? Was it a shark attack? Medical waste? Or MURDER??? And do we really know what happened to the poor man who was supposed to be attached to it? Instagram and Twitter:…
 
On this week’s episode, we are joined by Sarah Red-Laird, the Bee Girl and she is on a mission this summer. Sarah is visiting all sorts of people in the Midwest who are trying to do the same thing she is doing from her home in Oregon. All are trying to regenerate bee pasture in one way or another. Her trip is supported by Browning’s Honey and a hos…
 
Join us as we delve into another wrongful conviction case, one that baffles us all (especially Nicole), that covers Ray Krone who was sentenced to death based on circumstantial evidence and exonerated 10 years later. Forensic podiatric evidence was used in support of DNA samples that proved Ray Krone's innocence once and for all. ** Just an apology…
 
The Deputy Director of Biosphere 2.0 joined the podcast to discuss the history of Biosphere 2.0 and highlight the achievements not widely seen by the public. Tune in to learn what’s to come at Biosphere 2.0 and how it is helping us better understand Biosphere 1.0 (Earth)! Biosphere 2.0 Website --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest …
 
This week, Kim and Jeff talk with Jay Feldman, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Beyond Pesticides. Beyond Pesticides is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., which works with allies in protecting public health and the environment to lead the transition to a world free of toxic pesticides. Beyond Pesticides provides…
 
My guest today is Dr. Karlisa Callwood. Dr. Callwood is the director of the community conservation education and action program for the Perry Institute for Marine Science, and an expert on the coral reef fisheries of the Bahamas, and has a PhD in Ecosystem Science and Policy from the University of Miami in Florida. Today we talk about about the cor…
 
Today we conclude our deep dive into the world of carnivorous plants. Mike has been reigniting his passion for these bug eating botanical wonders. Join us as we finish the tour of families of carnivorous plants and the different types of traps they have. Roridula dentata in the wild. Photograph by Nick Helme via iNaturalist, used under a CC BY-NC 4…
 
Are we really doing whats best? Sometimes BEST practice feels like a moving target that gets further and further away. Join us for a conversation about taking responsibility for what we actual see in the beeyard, taking action and being mindful that with all the ups, there's down...there will be Hell to Pay... or have we already? Oh yeah and Lizard…
 
This week we talk with EAS Master Beekeeper, Deborah Klughers. Deb lives out on the eastern end of Long Island where she keeps her own bees and manages colonies for other people in the area. Deb is leading the EAS Conference track on Apitherapy, August first through the fifth. Apitherapy is the use of hive products to improve a one’s health. Everyt…
 
PhD Student and singer-songwriter Michelle Wang joins the podcast to discuss Soft Matter Physics, PhD programs and her music career. Soft Matter Physics is an emerging subcategory of Condensed Matter that in essence focuses on squishy material (non-rigid). We discuss what Soft Matter is, the science behind it and applications that can be pursued in…
 
WE'RE BACK!!! Lets get caught up!! Mentoring with Hives For Heroes, Building the Beekeeping Community with The Learning Yard at Nature's Image Farm and Dans special childhood nickname!! LINKS: Hives For Heroes- To learn more and to sign up to be a Newbee or Mentor: https://www.hivesforheroes.com The Learning Yard Video on Castle Hives YouTube: http…
 
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