Best Equation podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Speak Now: Consequences Later, The Ignorance Equation seeks to educate, to inform, to enlighten.
 
Want to help young people to unleash their potential? Need advice on the best approaches and the latest science? The Talent Equation podcast seeks to answer the important questions facing parents, coaches and talent developers. Each episode will help to wade through the research, and offer independent guidance to anyone that wants to see young people flourish.
 
This podcast is for Chapter 1 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
This podcast is for Chapter 2 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
This podcast is for Chapter 3 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
Municipal Equation is a podcast about cities and towns in changing times. Created by the North Carolina League of Municipalities. Producer/host/music Ben Brown.
 
Differential Equations
 
This podcast is for Chapter 4 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
Will Self goes on a 600-mile road trip from Edinburgh to Cambridge on the trail of physicist James Clerk Maxwell, who pioneered the theory of electromagnetic waves
 
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Each episode is the sonification of a single mathematical equation.
 
Kinetic equations occur naturally in the modelling of the collective motion of large individual particle ensembles such as molecules in rarefied gases, beads in granular materials, charged particles in semiconductors and plasmas, dust in the atmosphere, cells in biology, or the behaviour of individuals in economical trading … Generally, huge interacting particle systems cannot efficiently be described by the individual dynamics of all particles due to overwhelming complexity but clearly some ...
 
This podcast is for Chapter 1 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
Partial Differential Equations
 
This podcast is for Chapter 3 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
A world weary space pilot on the lam from earth for crimes unspecified; the most beautiful (earthly) tri-D woman in the universe who is determined to be the most powerful too; a planet of crafty and unscrupulous giant frogs intent on kicking out all aliens; and finally beings who live outside of time. Mix them all together and some very interesting things happen. Very interesting. And disastrous. But there's more! Why did 3000 worlds across the galaxy suddenly blossom almost simultaneously w ...
 
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This podcast is for Chapter 1 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
Differential equations - for iBooks
 
Music + Human = Dance
 
This podcast is for Chapter 2 of the book "A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equations" by Dan Fleisch.
 
Modelling with differential equations: oscillations - for iBooks
 
First order differential equations - for iBooks
 
Modelling with systems of differential equations - for iBooks
 
Modelling with first order differential equations - for iBooks
 
Pharmacokinetic and Biopharmaceutics from the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy - PDF files of course material, Audio AND Video tutorialsPHAR 7633 - Description and quantitation of factors affecting the absorption, distribution, and metabolism, and excretion of drugs. Development of appropriate dosage regimens and graphical analysis of drug concentration data sets. Bioequivalence and drug product testing. Drug analysis in biological matrix.
 
The following video podcasts are based on the Chemistry units found within the Ontario Curriculum
 
On the Story of Money podcast, we are all about understanding money: from the early days of bartering, to today’s world of Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies, where we mine money out of math equations.
 
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The following podcasts look at linear systems and the equation of a line
 
How many times have you used mathematics today? Starting with Maths takes a detailed look into the history behind numbers and how mathematics has evolved into something we use in everyday life. We hear the experiences of people who rely heavily on accurate calculations for the success of their jobs. In addition to this we look into the lives of 12 OU students as they explain how studying makes them feel ‘on top of the world’. This material forms part of the course: Y162 Starting with maths.
 
How can mathematics help us to understand the world around us? The tracks on this album take us to Antarctica, Hong Kong and New Zealand to find out how mathematicians work with scientists and biologists to create mathematical models, and how collaborations like these can help decipher and predict a range of natural phenomena. We learn how the 17th Century saw the birth of one of the most important mathematical tools - calculus, and modern mathematicians examine the contribution of its three ...
 
A leadership series on topics that matter. At Pivot, we work with business leaders around the world because we passionately believe that developing better leaders means creating a better world. Through the the Pivotcast podcast series, we hope to bring concrete, usable tools to our executive clients in a new way.
 
Mathematics has been done in particular times and places for thousands of years. Behind the theorems, equations, techniques and applications taught in the lecture room is a history of false starts, astonishing breakthroughs, remarkable personalities, fruitful collaborations, misattribution of credit, and disputes over who discovered what first. A series of stories, in fact. The materials aim to give students some of the history which lies behind a selection of the famous names and equations ...
 
There's a lot of confusion in the world about religion, and what the right path is. Whether it's Judaism, Christianity, Islam, etc., there must be an absolute path to take since all religions are diametrically opposed to each other. Is it one God? Or many gods? Are all the names equating to the same spirit? Or is it all a mixed bag of confusion? Since God is not the author of confusion, this series will make it absolutely clear by unraveling the truth behind each and answering the hard quest ...
 
It has been said that leaders are readers. I whole-heartedly agree with that. I believe that the person you will be 5 years from now will be determined by the people you associate with and the books you read. Well your on you're own with the association part, but I can help with the book reading side of the equation. The Leaders Bookshelf is a weekly podcast featuring great books that will propel you forward in life... Tune in!
 
Twice-weekly business creation and growth show, hosted by Corbin Links. Featured interviews include business, marketing productivity, and growth-hacking experts. Main focus is how to build and grow a coaching business FAST. Corbin is an International Business Consultant, Nutritionist, Entrepreneur, and Productivity Hacker. Content is guided by the BizLife Equation: great health + supercharged business + powered-up productivity = AMAZING LIFE (and world!) The Corbin Links Show is founded on t ...
 
This is an introduction to Einstein’s space-bending, time-stretching theory of Relativity, written by the master himself. Special and General relativity explain the structure of space time and provide a theory of gravitation, respectively. Einstein’s theories shocked the world with their counterintuitive results, including the dissolution of absolute time. In this book he brings a simplified form of his profound understanding of the subject to the layperson. In the words of Einstein: “The pr ...
 
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Tinderella
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Can you find love using a mathematical formula? Using a not-so-romantic equation introduced to us by stand-up mathematician Matt Parker, our own Ivor Manley is on a mission to find the answer. But the course of true love never did run smooth …
 
Tune into The Work-Life Equation, a podcast series brought to you by Bright Horizons® Family Matters, for information on parenting, caregiving, and balancing work with everyday life.
 
There's a lot of confusion in the world about religion, and what the right path is. Whether it's Judaism, Christianity, Islam, etc., there must be an absolute path to take since all religions are diametrically opposed to each other. Is it one God? Or many gods? Are all the names equating to the same spirit? Or is it all a mixed bag of confusion? Since God is not the author of confusion, this series will make it absolutely clear by unraveling the truth behind each and answering the hard quest ...
 
Einstein wrote this book for people who are interested in understanding the Theory of Relativity but aren't experts in scientific and mathematical principles. I'm sure many people have heard about Einstein's Theory of Relativity, but most of them don't really know what it is all about. This book gives them a chance to know more about this very famous theory without the need to take a Physics course first. This book is divided into three parts. The first part explains what special relativity ...
 
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One million people were killed in a one hundred days by their neighbors, colleagues, and associates in Rwanda. In 1994 this misguided hate stripped an entire ethnic group, the Tutsi, of their humanity, equating them with cockroaches.The weapons of mass destruction used in this massacre against the Tutsi and the moderate Hutu who helped them, weren’t bombs or guns. One million people were beaten and slashed to death by clubs and machetes. The survivors of the genocide are reminded of the torm ...
 
Let’s talk about all the scary moments that add up to "success" - however you define that word. The successful entrepreneurs that you admire are just like you & I. If my guests can achieve success, so can you - even if it means breaking the so-called "business rules" & making your own. Running your own business is hard, but doable. Fear is a natural part of the equation. You've got to carve your own path. Do things your own way. And unapologetically share your work with the world. For more i ...
 
Do you want to read more? Neil Pasricha is the New York Times bestselling author of The Book of Awesome and The Happiness Equation and one of the most popular TED speakers in the world. He has designed the ultimate reading recommendation algorithm. On each chapter of 3 Books he uncovers and discusses the three most formative books of an inspiring individual such as Judy Blume, Mitch Albom, David Sedaris, or the world’s greatest Uber driver. Each of the 333 chapters is published on the exact ...
 
Andrea is an award winning master personal trainer from the Twin Cites, Minnesota and holds recognition as a top personal trainer, titles in the National Physique Committee Figure Competitions (NPC), and currently sits as a judge for the NPC Regional Bodybuilding, Fitness and Figure Competitions. Andrea has a deep passion for using her fitness and health expertise to help people make sense of their own fitness equation. She loves helping people realize what they can accomplish and beyond!
 
What if everything you thought you knew about weight loss was wrong? When it comes to most things in life, we welcome research and progress. From the convenience of our smartphones to the technology in our hospitals, scientific advancement allows us to live better. So why are we still following weight-loss advice from the 1950s? Why haven’t we ever questioned the “calories in/calories out” model at the foundation of every diet and fitness plan—a formula that, not coincidentally, has accompan ...
 
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Re:Public is a podcast about politics that brings political science back into the equation.
 
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Insight offers a look into the people behind our education, the stories that led to a lecturer writing physics equations on the whiteboard at the front of the your lecture theatre. Join us as we interview the academics making St Andrews. ——— "Furious Freak” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
 
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Dan Peterson and Len Zaichowsky PhD have written a great book called 'The Playmaker's Advantage' that is full of practical information backed up by scientific research to help coach to create environments that will foster the creative abilities of young athletes. Dan has a background in the technology industry but he is a passionate sports pare ...…
 
Here's an encore of a favorite: Games Over Gangs. Those dang video games. Can't pull the kids away from them. And there's one city using that to its advantage -- with an innovative partnership that's actually teaching video game development to local youths from a rough neighborhood (yes, they jumped at the offer to become game developers), affo ...…
 
Andrew Wilson is a researcher from Leeds Beckett University in the UK who co writes about his research in a fascinating blog 'Notes from two scientific psychologists' http://psychsciencenotes.blogspot.com In this fascinating and insightful conversation Andrew and I explore various aspects of Ecological Psychology and try to apply them to real w ...…
 
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Simon Robinson is a basketball coach working with athletes with intellectual disabilities. In this fascinating discussion he explains why a constraints led methodology is essential for him to effectively help these individuals learn and improve. In this podcast we discuss...- The challenges of working with athletes from different cultures and d ...…
 
It's summer, and beach towns all along the coast are each receiving thousands and thousands of visitors from across the U.S. Take Atlantic Beach, N.C., for example. It has a year-round population of about 1,500, but in the summer months that number surges to roughly 50,000. How in the world does such a small community -- with limited staffing a ...…
 
This is the last episode that will be apart of our AP Lit summer assignment and we will be gone for a while until August when we start to feature special guests on our podcast. We can't say this enough but we are extremely thankful for everyone that listens to the podcast and supports us, but most important, we'd like to thank our friend, Miche ...…
 
Phil Kearney is a researcher, lecturer and coach. He is based at the University of Limerick in Ireland and is one of the 'Great Triumvirate' of Irish skill acquisition leaders along with Ed Coughlan and Olly Logan. In this episode we really dig into some of the research behind skill acquisition and its application including...- Looking at Funda ...…
 
Our middle school experiences and stories, and we're now looking for people to feature in our podcast in future episodes so hit us up.
 
Randy tells his elementary school love stories, totally not clickbait. If anyone has questions, comments, or suggestions, please let us know, DM us @theasianequationpodcast on Instagram.
 
Audio issue is kind of fixed but still isn't consistent. Domino's pizza article: http://www.businessinsider.com/dominos-repairing-roads-revealing-troubling-trend-in-spending-2018-6Toy R Us article: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/29/toys-r-us-closing-sales-stores-retail-toys.html
 
Richard Cheetham MBE (aka @twowheelprof on Twitter) is Senior Fellow in Sports Coaching at the University of Winchester in the UK. His research focus centres on a more holistic approach to coaching with time spent since 2013 at Saracens RFC within the Academy programme and at Fulham Football Club. In this conversation we cover a LOT of ground i ...…
 
Muni Replay! Here's one of our most popular episodes. Meanwhile, we're headed to the coast to record a special live episode, which we'll bring you soon! When you think of downtown alleys, what comes to mind? Bad associations, maybe? The place to avoid at night? Ever since childhood, Americans have had the general impression that alleyways are d ...…
 
Thank you for listening to our podcast, and we would like to apologize for the lack of quality audio and we're working on getting some proper recording equipment.The links below are to the articles written about our beloved band directors that are leaving this school year. ABC 7: http://abc7.com/education/city-of-industry-community-fights-to-ke ...…
 
Happy 4th of July to all of my American listeners!! It seems only fitting that we have one of America's favourite sports featured on the show this week so I invited someone from the NBA to come on and have a chat.Alex Sarama is the Head of Basketball Operations for the NBA across Europe, Middle East and Africa. He is responsible for making sure ...…
 
Paul Bell is the national coach for Scottish Squash. He is an extremely thoughtful and engaging individual that reached out to me while I was at the UK Coaching Conference to see if we could have a chat over a coffee. 90 minutes later we had covered a lot of ground. Paul's story is fascinating...he has become a national coach at a relatively yo ...…
 
Let's catch up on driverless cars, shall we? Last year, we did a primer on autonomous vehicles and policy implications, but it seems like a lot can change in short time with this technology. What's the latest? How does the public feel about it? What are some example scenarios of how we as people might interact with autonomous vehicles in our da ...…
 
Juan Gonzalez-Mendia from www.sudamericacoaching.com is a coach and coach developer that is working to bring non linear approaches to South America. He works with schools, clubs, provincial associations and national governing bodies to help them to embrace player centred development philosophies and approaches. In this episode we explore...- Th ...…
 
At the Talent Equation we like to innovate and try new things. In keeping with this spirit of innovation this week's episode is a bit of an experiment. Rob Gray from www.perceptionaction.com and The Perception Action Podcast stopped by for a chat and was game enough to allow me to include a live (virtual) studio audience in the shape of members ...…
 
The local media landscape is pretty fluid right now: extinct or shrunken newspapers, online-only outlets, freshly grown media entities that may or may not be objective. What's all this mean for local government? Is a reliable, objective media purely about watchdog dynamics? What about when local government needs to get its messages out? What ha ...…
 
Brett Holland is a self confessed coaching geek!! He is a full time coach at one of the most prestigious sporting universities in the UK and he has one of the best jobs in the world!In this conversation we explore his methods, philosophy and approaches and get under the hood of his experiences as a coach both positive and negative.Our discussio ...…
 
Mark Upton is a professional people developer. I say that he is a 'people developer' because even though the bulk of his work is with coaches. He also works with a range a people across the sporting landscape and is now supporting sports bodies with their organisational development. Mark's extensive experience and wealth of knowledge really com ...…
 
Jason deVos likes a challenge! He also doesn't give up until he achieves his goals!! He is an object lesson in GRIT, Growth Mindset, Resilience...and all that stuff!! Not only does he come back from being dropped by his provincial football team at age 12 to captain his country. He gives up a lucrative job as a TV pundit to become the Head of Fo ...…
 
James Vaughan is a coach at the AIK Academy in Sweden. He is a colleague of Mark O'Sullivan and Dennis Hortin (both previous podcast guests) and is a regular contributor to the fantastic website 'Player Development Project'. James has a rich background as a coach and as a researcher and has been fortunate to study under the guidance of some of ...…
 
For our 50th episode, we're taking a break from the frequent talk of policy, economics and technology to tour the local dialects of the United States, the spoken identifiers of a city or region. Why do people in Chicago, or St. Louis, or the Outer Banks of North Carolina sound the way they do? What's in a voice? And what's happening that's chan ...…
 
Mark Bennett is back! He's been off travelling the world working with professional sports teams and community clubs. PDS is taking off in a big way!! In this podcast we cover a LOT of ground reflecting on the challenges of adopting a truly athlete centred approach to coaching. Topics of discussion include: - Why most coaches look at the wrong t ...…
 
Mark O'Sullivan is back fresh from his global travels and work to write a PhD!! As always, Mark isn't short of a few thoughts on the state of play in coaching and sport for children. In this conversation we delve into...- How 'culturally resilient beliefs effect us all and can limit our effectiveness if we aren't aware of them- How 1 v 2 can br ...…
 
***REBROADCAST with UPDATES*** We've all heard about the hard times that honeybees are going through and the huge implications for us all. But how do cities fit into all this? There's a surprising compatibility between cities and bees, and a role local governments can play. This episode comes just ahead of National Pollinator Week (June 19-25, ...…
 
David Hinchliffe likes a challenge. He is a full time cricket coach in Glasgow, Scotland. One of the rainiest cities in the UK. He is also an example of adaptability and resilience, often coaching in sub zero temperatures with groups of youngsters in his unheated indoor centre. In this conversation we discuss:- Why you never say to David "I jus ...…
 
I got together with friends of the show Ed Coughlan and Shawn Myszka to reflect on the recent movement and skill acquisition conferences that they ran on either side of the Atlantic. As you would expect, it was a great conversation that meandered all over the place as they guys tried to make sense of the various things that they took away from ...…
 
Of all the political, economic and cultural concerns of today, the “urban-rural divide” is no slouch. But sometimes it’s oversimplified, devoid of nuance, or turned into an adversarial narrative (i.e. “urban vs. rural”), instead of carefully analyzed for greater-good fixes. On this episode, we delve into a recent report that pulls apart that na ...…
 
Ken Martel is the Technical Director at USA Hockey (ice not field!!) and has been leading change in the development of the sport of Ice Hockey across the USA for over a decade. His passion and commitment to make the experience for young people as good as it can be shines through in the conversation. Areas we discuss include: - How Ice hockey we ...…
 
Amy Price is a football coach that is fascinated by games. She lectures on coaching at St Mary's University and is studying for a PhD on the topic of the application of the learning principles associated with video games as applied to sport. This conversation really got me thinking...we discovered that we were both using games in our coaching b ...…
 
The people say it's time to close the broadband gap, and really find a way to make internet speeds adequate for the modern age, for everyone, from areas in cities where the service isn't enough, to rural areas that lack access altogether. A new report shows us how to get there. On this episode, we hear from the report's authors along with state ...…
 
Steve Hooper is the owner and head coach at 'Inclusion Coaching', A football coaching organisation that is committed to enabling children to learn through a games based approach. It is fair to say that Steve's education as a coach has been a trial. At many stages he has had setbacks but each of those setbacks have served to define him as a coac ...…
 
A preview of Episode 47. Look for it April 3.
 
Paul Eales is a professional golfer, coach and broadcaster. He has spent his life in the pursuit of excellence in his chosen field. His journey as a play shaped him as a coach as his experiences as a performer challenged him to look for answers to help him find a way to improve. In so doing he found an approach to learning that took him on a jo ...…
 
How do dogs figure into economic development? It's no joke. Ask the analysts who take economic vitals from man's best friend. Ask the industries that profit majorly from pet ownership. Or ask the Town of Benson, which em-barked on a dog-focused project to fetch economic bone-efits. Quartz piece connecting dogs and economic development - https:/ ...…
 
Daniel Coyle is one of my favourite writers. Not only is he an amazing story teller but he has a knack of zooming in on the things that aren't obvious and bringing it to life. He studies human nature and then delves into the science in order to work out what is going on. He shot to prominence with 'The Talent Code' which was a complete game cha ...…
 
We'll be back with a new episode next week, but I'm also working on a a lot of other episodes and new ideas. I want to hear from you on what should be different about this podcast, as we've been doing it for a couple years now and it's time to solicit comment. Feel free to keep sharing ideas for episodes while you're at it. bbrown@nclm.org Than ...…
 
Ben Galloway runs 'Opposite Direction, a YouTube channel that has taken the world of constraints led coaching by storm. His short videos have helped to demystify the concepts within ecological dynamics and make them accessible to coaches that are exploring working using 'non-traditional methods'. In this conversation we explore some of the ways ...…
 
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) looks into the ailments of a particular community, it’s safe to assume the concern is infection or some similar local threat to human bodily health. So when the CDC started investigating the youth violence plaguing Wilmington, Del. -- a first-of-its-kind study -- it was different. But not ...…
 
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) looks into the ailments of a particular community, it’s safe to assume the concern is infection or some similar local threat to human bodily health. So when the CDC started investigating the youth violence plaguing Wilmington, Del. -- a first-of-its-kind study -- it was different. But no ...…
 
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