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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Science Weekly podcast will now explore some of the crucial scientific questions about Covid-19. Led by its usual hosts Ian Sample, Hannah Devlin and Nicola Davis, as well as the Guardian's health editor Sarah Boseley, we’ll be taking questions – some sent by you – to experts on the frontline of the global outbreak. Send us your questions here: theguardian.com/covid19questions
 
Join host Chris Hill and a panel of Motley Fool investment analysts each week as they cover the week’s top business news and financial headlines, while breaking down the stock market implications for investors. Plus, interviews with best-selling authors, industry experts, and an inside look at stocks on our radar. New episodes available every Friday.
 
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The Tim Ferriss Show

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Tim Ferriss: Bestselling Author, Human Guinea Pig

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Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him "the world's best human guinea pig," and The New York Times calls him "a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk." In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use.
 
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Talk Python To Me

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Talk Python To Me

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
What will the future look like? The Future of Everything offers a kaleidoscope view of the nascent trends that will shape our world. In every episode, join our award-winning team on a new journey of discovery. We’ll take you beyond what’s already out there, and make you smarter about the scientific and technological breakthroughs on the horizon that could transform our lives for the better. Hosted by Janet Babin.
 
Keep up with the latest scientific developments and breakthroughs in this award winning weekly podcast from the team at New Scientist, the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Each discussion centers around three of the most fascinating stories to hit the headlines each week. From technology, to space, health and the environment, we share all the information you need to keep pace.
 
Gene editing technologies have the power to change life as we know it. So why aren’t more people involved in conversations about how we should use it? This was the central question of the Guardian's Gene Gap project. And the key motivation for this new podcast series, which features five different communities around the UK and the conversations they had about a technology that could, one day, allow us to rewrite our DNA
 
Singularity Group’s official collection of Singularity University podcasts dedicated to exploring the relationship and impact of humanity's relationship with technology. Become a part of the podcast by joining our global community at su.org/podcasts, where more than 30,000 innovators, entrepreneurs, experts, and leaders come together to learn, connect, and change the world for the better.
 
Welcome to 7investing.com. Our mission is to empower you to invest in your future. This podcast brings our market-based experts together to discuss our investing process and important news. Once a month, we will also feature interviews with some of the best minds in business and investing. Check out 7investing.com to find more of our free content and premium monthly stock recommendations. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/7investing/support
 
Dave Baggett and William Sofield have been having thoughtful, passionate, hospitable conversations for 20+ years. Each week we pull a topic out of the hopper to talk about it. Two friends, both pastors. Important and silly. Justice, politics, theology, and poop jokes. Write us at thehopperpodcast@gmail.com
 
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Neurology Minute

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Neurology Minute

American Academy of Neurology

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The Neurology Minute podcast delivers a brief daily summary of what you need to know in the field of neurology, the latest science focused on the brain, and timely topics explored by leading neurologists and neuroscientists. From the American Academy of Neurology and hosted by Stacey Clardy, MD, PhD, FAAN, with contributions by experts from the Neurology journals, Neurology Today, Continuum, and more.
 
How do we learn to negotiate a world of growing complexity and uncertainty? Perpetual Novelty is a six-episode set of conversations from Perry Chen, artist and the founder of Kickstarter. A long-time critic of the attention economy, Chen served on the Knight Commission on Trust, Media, and Democracy from 2017-18 to examine and make recommendations in response to the collapse in trust in U.S. democratic institutions, media, journalism, and the information ecosystem. In 2018, he was honored wi ...
 
Host Zach Grossfeld speaks with creatives, athletes, scientists, and others who work on cool things and want to talk about them. These conversations span science, love, technology, sports, consciousness, creativity, drugs, history, and philosophy. Past guests include FINNEAS (music artist, songwriter), Aubrey de Grey (longevity scientist), Eben Britton (NFL, psychonaut), Chloé Valdary (writer), Coleman Hughes (race issues, podcast host), Ryan Serhant (real estate mogul), and hundreds more. B ...
 
This podcast, starring host Dr Rob Doubleday, features weekly evidence-based discussions about the pressing challenges facing policymakers, brought to you by the Centre for Science and Policy at the University of Cambridge. Throughout 2020-2021, our podcast has featured series which have explored topics including science and policy for space, antarctica and deep ocean environments; the covid-19 pandemic; the science and policy questions involved in getting a green recovery; and the future of ...
 
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Take A Look

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Take A Look

Ryan Robinson, Katelyn Robinson

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An educator and a journalist team up to explore hard hitting topics and dig for truth and meaning among it all. Current events, global talking points, and modern Canadian perspectives by co-hosts Ryan Robinson - an independent journalist, and Katelyn, an educator.
 
In politics, you’re often told not to get lost in the weeds. But we love the weeds! That’s where politics becomes policy – the stuff that shapes our lives. Every Tuesday and Friday, Dylan Matthews, Jerusalem Demsas, German Lopez, Dara Lind, and other voices dig into the weeds on important national issues, including healthcare immigration, and housing. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
 
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Investors hear a lot about genomics these days, but what does it all mean, exactly? 7investing Lead Advisors Simon Erickson and Maxx Chatsko team up to discuss what investors should look for in pre-commercial drug developers. To provide practical examples, they discuss how continuous improvements in DNA sequencing have created various technological…
 
To claim credit for this episode, visit: Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast: Genes & Your Health Guests: Stephanie S. Faubion, M.D., M.B.A. (@StephFaubionMD); Kejal Kantarci, M.D. (@KejalKantarciMD); Juliana (Jewel) M. Kling, M.D., M.P.H. (@DrJewelKling)Host: Denise M. Dupras, M.D., Ph.D. Is hormone therapy good or bad for women? What are the myths surround…
 
The world’s harvests are coming under increasing pressure from extreme weather events, disease and deteriorating soil health – problems that are set to get worse in the next few decades. Could one solution be to genetically edit our food to make it more resilient? With the UK’s recent announcement that it will ease the rules for growing gene-edited…
 
Revelations in gene editing have made it possible to tinker in the vast human epigenome and to potentially alter the projection of diseases, including cancer. DNA methylation is an epigenetic mechanism that marks the regulation of gene expression. P53 is a highly-mutated gene in many patients with various cancerous tumors. The insulin-like growth f…
 
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com https://www.ft.com/content/fc9fe04c-96ad-4127-ac98-2fbf579c36b6 The International Monetary Fund’s board will meet this week to examine allegations that managing director Kristalina Georgieva manipulated data to favour China while she worked at the World Bank; Deutsche Bank severed relationships with “a ve…
 
The guys tackle various vaccine conspiracies without following the narratives of either the right or the left. Then they talk about CRISPR and gene editing. And finally a segment on Baptism. And plenty of jokes, too . . . Willy needs to shave his back; Dave needs to read a book. What did we get wrong? Write us at thehopperpodcast@gmail.com.…
 
Could Britain really face a shortage of turkeys this Christmas? We speak to a seasonal poultry producer who says the sector faces a huge challenge. Would you like a minister for the countryside in every government department? Pipe dream or farming future? We find out. On the markets, we have the latest prospects and prices for oilseed rape – and al…
 
CRISPR gene-edited food has gone on sale commercially for the first time. The team finds out about this ‘super tomato’ which has been created by a startup in Japan. Have you ever wondered why leaves change colour in the autumn? The team discusses an evolutionary explanation suggesting that leaf colour is a signal. Following Greta Thunberg’s latest …
 
This week our guest is Josiah Zayner, who just might be the most prominent and controversial biohacker out there right now. He’s done numerous experiments that have drawn both positive and negative attention, such as transplanting the microbiome of another person into his body, attempting to genetically alter the color of his skin, and injecting CR…
 
Gene therapy holds the promise to permanently cure diseases that have been considered life-long challenges. But the complexity of rewriting DNA is truly huge and lives in its own special kind of big-data world.On this episode, you'll meet David Born, a computational biologist who uses Python to help automate genetics research and helps move that wo…
 
Guest: Paola Sandroni, M.D., Ph.D. Host: Amit K. Ghosh, M.D. (@AmitGhosh006) Syncope is defined as the sudden and transient loss of consciousness and postural tone due to global reduction of blood flow to the reticular activating system. Syncopal episodes are followed by a rapid and spontaneous recovery. Joining us today is Paola Sandroni, M.D., Ph…
 
Many people spent the pandemic binge-watching TV shows and movies. And if the streaming wars were heating up before, now they are white hot. Netflix got a head start and pretty much owned the streaming space for almost a decade. Now it’s fighting to hold on to that position. And the competition is real: Disney+, HBO, Apple TV. Will “Squid Game,” th…
 
Last week, testing at a private Covid lab in Wolverhampton was halted, after the UK Health Security Agency found tens of thousands of people may have been falsely given a negative PCR result. But since the start of September, scientists had been alerted to strange patterns in the testing data which suggested something was out of the ordinary. Anand…
 
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com https://www.ft.com/content/ad0b0068-1100-49b9-bc88-2055e1936efc A bitcoin-linked ETF is on track to debut on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday, marking the first time regular investors will be able to gain exposure to cryptocurrencies through a big Wall Street bourse; China’s hypersonic missile test …
 
This week our guest is social psychologist, Katy Cook, who authored the 2019 book: The Psychology of Silicon Valley : Ethical Threats and Emotional Unintelligence in the Tech Industry. And so as you might expect, that’s exactly what we talk about. That takes us on a tour exploring ideas like empathy, capitalism, and the concept of progress. In a lo…
 
We talk a lot on this show about the unintended consequences of using technology, and who is harmed by that technology. Marketplace’s Marielle Segarra speaks with a scholar who thinks about this a lot: Safiya Noble. She’s an associate professor of gender studies and African American studies at UCLA. Noble is also the author of the book “Algorithms …
 
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com https://www.ft.com/content/2d52df0d-ba41-45e3-9a0f-bb72a22f7d7c The rising cost of fuel is threatening airlines’ recovery from the pandemic. Plus, a listener asked us if economic growth is tied to population growth. The FT’s statistical journalist, Federica Cocco, has been exploring this very question and…
 
The NFL is (by far) the most profitable sports league in the world, but what is the moral cost of all the violence? It's not easy to understand such a complex issue, but let's try. Then, Dave and Willy talk about their worst jobs. Tell us why we're wrong at thehopperpodcast@gmail.com, and we'll probably read your opinion on a future episode!…
 
Larry weighs in on Kyrie Irving refusing to get vaccinated (1:00) before he is joined by ‘Insecure’ star Jay Ellis and New York Times writer Walter Thompson-Hernández to talk about their new podcast with Lemonada Media, ‘Written Off,’ which features work from young writers who developed their voice while incarcerated (18:29). Plus, Ellis gives some…
 
How do you build and maintain a complex suite of Python packages? Of course, you want to put them on PyPI. The best format there is as a wheel. This means that when developers use your code, it comes straight down and requires no local tooling to install and use.But if you have compiled dependencies, such as C or FORTRAN, then you have a big challe…
 
How do you build and maintain a complex suite of Python packages? Of course, you want to put them on PyPI. The best format there is as a wheel. This means that when developers use your code, it comes straight down and requires no local tooling to install and use. But if you have compiled dependencies, such as C or FORTRAN, then you have a big chall…
 
Humans are unusual in that we depend on shared foods, especially among families and friends and between potential mates. Food sharing occurs between healthy individuals and those that are infirm or elderly. We also differ from other great apes in our early ages at weaning, late ages at maturity, short birth intervals and survivorship decades past m…
 
Humans are unusual in that we depend on shared foods, especially among families and friends and between potential mates. Food sharing occurs between healthy individuals and those that are infirm or elderly. We also differ from other great apes in our early ages at weaning, late ages at maturity, short birth intervals and survivorship decades past m…
 
What do surprisingly good retail sales in September indicate for holiday shopping? Will Google’s new Pixel phone be a hit? Which major retailer could be the next to drop tobacco products? Are we in for a record-setting Halloween? Maria Gallagher and Jason Moser answer those questions, analyze the latest from Domino’s Pizza, Virgin Galactic, Shopify…
 
Casting one’s mind back to the start of the COVID 19 pandemic can feel like a surreal exercise in time travel. At the time, New York’s healthcare system was on the brink of collapse, a national shutdown was imminent, and the prospect of a vaccine against the virus was far from certain. Back in the present, 18 months on, we have an opportunity to re…
 
One of the challenges of clean energy like wind or solar is that they fluctuate. And they're unreliable. So finding a better way to store this energy for dark seasons and doldrum days is the next hurdle to reaching goals for decarbonization. In this episode, we explore options that are already being used, and some new methods still in beta. WSJ Sen…
 
In this episode - as the supply chain crisis depends, we examine the prospects for food inflation and ask: how high will it go? The government finally acts to ease pressure on the pig sector – by letting more meat processors into the UK – but is it too little too late? We meet the man who wants to revolutionise the AHDB – the Agriculture and Hortic…
 
Joe Biden has proposed a landmark $400 billion expansion of funding for home and community-based services (HCBS), the part of Medicaid that funds support services for older adults and people with disabilities living at home rather than in institutions. But with Congress fighting over which of Biden's priorities to cut to appease moderate Democrats,…
 
As you have probably heard, or maybe experienced, there is a global shortage of computer chips. And carmakers, in particular, have been feeling the pinch. Without chips, they can’t make cars, which means there have been fewer cars available on the lot, and the ones that are there may not be what people want. This week, the chief operating officer o…
 
Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com https://www.ft.com/content/50168b7b-c72d-4443-965f-4a26d79f6a40 Fumio Kishida talks to the FT in his first interview as Japan’s new prime minister, an academic paper suggests that entry into the S&P 500 could be influenced by whether companies buy other services from the index’s parent company S&P Global.…
 
Will Syrian criminals be allowed home? How did an American prison fall into the hands of inmates? And why are sports stars struggling with their mental health? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With Abdulwahab Tahhan, Sorcha Bradley and Arion McNicoll…
 
Breadfruit could help us weather the storm of climate change. The team hears how the tropical fruit is tough enough to survive Earth’s warming temperatures and could even replace staple crops like wheat in the future. The team finds out why children living below the poverty line experience a raft of health issues, as new research examines the mecha…
 
Skye Edwards grew up in California's central valley, spending summers working on her family's ranch. When it came time for college, it was a hard decision to leave her tight knit community but her passion for learning took her to UC San Diego, The recent grad looks back on her time in college, how joining the Society of Hispanic Professional Engine…
 
Skye Edwards grew up in California's central valley, spending summers working on her family's ranch. When it came time for college, it was a hard decision to leave her tight knit community but her passion for learning took her to UC San Diego, The recent grad looks back on her time in college, how joining the Society of Hispanic Professional Engine…
 
In this conversation, we discuss the development of the European Pharma Eco-System, different business models generally accepted in the industry, and what it takes to lead a company to success. Today’s speaker is Dimitrios Tzalis. In the 90s, he received a Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego, a Master of Science in Chemistry from the…
 
Given the rise of exciting new therapeutic modalities ranging from mRNA to gene editing, investors would be forgiven for overlooking opportunities in medical devices. They might be worth a closer look though. In this episode of the 7investing podcast, the team's health-care trio provide a high-level overview of the regulatory environment for medica…
 
Temozolomide (TMZ) is a powerful chemotherapeutic drug that is currently approved to treat brain cancer (glioblastoma, GBM) and advanced melanoma. TMZ has a remarkably precise molecular target—the O-6 position of guanine—and is capable of inducing DNA damage. This prodrug can elicit many responses in a variety of cancer cells, including cell death,…
 
Marnie Chesterton hears of a simple test for the earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease. She finds out about UK scientists using robots to map radiation at Chernobyl, and talks to Merlin Sheldrake about fungi.Roland Pease travels to Bath University to meet scientists who may have developed a way to diagnose Alzheimer's in the earliest stages of the …
 
How I Built The Tim Ferriss Show to 700+ Million Downloads — An Immersive Explanation of All Aspects and Key Decisions (Featuring Chris Hutchins) | Brought to you by LinkedIn Jobs recruitment platform with 770M+ users, Athletic Greens all-in-one nutritional supplement, and Helix Sleep premium mattresses. More on all three below. Chris Hutchins (@hu…
 
Last week the World Health Organization approved the world’s first malaria vaccine. It’s been hailed as a historic breakthrough that could save tens of thousands of lives each year. But researchers have been trying to create one for more than a century – so why has it taken so long? Anand Jagatia speaks to Dr Latif Ndeketa and Prof Chris Drakeley a…
 
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