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Learn about the fascinating life of marine animals, from coral reefs to the deep sea! Listen to increase your knowledge about fish, marine mammals, and marine invertebrates by exploring the biology and ecology of these animals. Videos at https://www.youtube.com/deepmarinescenes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the Seacreatures Podcast, a show all about the amazing animals that live beneath the waves. On each episode we chat about a specific seacreature with a guest who has spent time and interacted with this ocean animal. Our guests range from marine biologists to divers to underwater photographers, citizen scientists, and people that have an intense passion for marine life.
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ZSL Wild Science Podcast

Zoological Society of London

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Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted previously by Dr Monni Böhm and Ellie Darbey, and now by Harriet McAra.
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Marine Conservation Happy Hour

Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic

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The Marine Conservation Happy Hour is a podcast that looks at the many different sides of Marine Science and Conservation in an informal setting - a during a pub Happy Hour, chatting casually over a few (or more) drinks. The show is co-hosted by @DrScarlettSmash and @Craken_McCraic. Everyone is a marine scientist who is passionate about the Ocean, marine mammals (whales, seals, dolphins, porpoises, polar bears and more), sharks and other fish, invertebrates (especially squid & octopuses beca ...
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Zoo Logic

Dr. Grey Stafford

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Zoo Logic with animal trainer, zoo advocate, and ZOOmility author, Dr. Grey Stafford, is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, wildlife, pets, animal training with positive reinforcement, health and welfare, research, conservation, and education, sustainability, zoo politics, activism and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos ...
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News and inspiration from nature’s frontline, featuring inspiring guests from scientists to authors discussing global environmental issues like climate change, biodiversity, rainforests, wildlife conservation, animal behavior, marine biology and more.
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Dugongs And Seadragons

The cast of Dugongs & Seadragons

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The time of heroes was over. It was a time for … not-quite-so-heroes ! Join Dugongs and Seadragons, a live gaming podcast featuring an international collection of nerdy marine biologists playing Dungeons and Dragons.
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Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Naomi Frances Farabaugh of FIU. Previous co-host was Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.
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Welcome to Science News Daily, brought to you by Brief! Our AI selects the latest stories and top headlines and then delivers them to you each day in less than ten minutes (for more details, visit www.brief.news/how-it-works). Tune in to get your daily news on fascinating topics, including physics, biology, chemistry, astronomy, and more. Whether you're a science enthusiast, researcher, or simply curious about the wonders of the natural world, this podcast is your ultimate source for all thi ...
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So You Want to Be a Marine Biologist is your go-to resource if you've ever dreamed of exploring the ocean's depths, considered becoming a marine biologist, or want to learn more how to protect the world's oceans. This podcast dives into ocean science, conservation, sea stories, and explores ocean careers. Bring out your inner Jacques Cousteau, and discover the world beneath the waves.
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The Ecology Hour features in-depth interviews with experts on every facet of Mendocino County's diverse and spectacular natural world. Rotating hosts include Environmental Educators Hannah Bird and Sue Coulter, Scientists Bob Spies & Tim Bray, and Trail Steward Chad Swimmer.
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NOC Into the Blue Podcast

National Oceanography Centre

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Into the Blue, produced by the National Oceanography Centre in the UK, aims to dive deep into subjects relating to our ocean and it's seas by speaking to experts from the world of oceanography all with the goal of helping the ocean and life within it flourish.
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Do you desire to learn more about the fascinating world of Earth surrounding you but, simply don't know where to begin? Well, the crew at Clean, Green, And Marine brought to you by Seamotionals has got you barnacled! (Yes, that's a real word). Dive into the sea of knowledge together with Kira Rio an expert in holistic medicine, and Tony D with a background in Marine Biology. Every week, there will be a new episode on exotic animals, eco-friendly lifestyles, futuristic technologies, and surre ...
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Discover The Scuba GOAT Podcast, your ultimate resource for scuba diving, ocean conservation, and scientific exploration. Join dive professional, Matt Waters, as he explores a range of engaging topics and interviews global game-changers, leading advocates of conservation, service providers, and emerging stars. With a focus on delivering relevant scuba and oceanic news, highlighting operators and conservation efforts worldwide, and providing first-hand information from the source, the Scuba G ...
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Below The Tide

Elizabeth Rohlicek

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A podcast dedicated to everyone who grew up dreaming of being a marine biologist. Weekly episodes feature a marine scientist who shares their research, life stories, and fun anecdotes. Follow on instagram @Belowthetidepod for updates and resources! With every episode you can find an instagram post that goes along with it. That post will have some pictures, diagrams, maps, definitions, to help you follow along.Thanks for being here - Liz
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My AP Biology Thoughts

Hopewell Valley Student Publications Network

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The AP Biology Thoughts podcast is created by students for AP Biology students. At the end of each unit, students select topics to define, provide examples, and to make deeper connections to other units and the course.
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Dive into the Depths: Join Andrew Lewin on 'How to Protect the Ocean' – Your Gateway to Exclusive Ocean Insights! Explore the latest, uncharted realms of ocean science and conservation that you won't find anywhere else. Andrew takes you on an inspiring journey to uncover the hidden gems of oceanic discovery and initiatives. Tune in to discover how you can transform your life for a better ocean, one episode at a time. The How To Protect The Ocean is your resource to keep you informed on the l ...
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”de-CIPHERing Infectious Disease” explores the cutting-edge interdisciplinary research happening at UNC Charlotte’s CIPHER Research Center. Each episode features an in-depth interview with one of CIPHER’s researchers, allowing them to discuss their background, current projects, and the exciting team science approach they take to tackle complex issues at the intersection of health, environment, data science, genomics, infectious disease, and more. Host Ian Binns engages the researchers in acc ...
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A science pod-yssey brought to you by the School of Biodiversity, One Health and Veterinary Medicine at the University of Glasgow. Naturally Speaking is first and foremost a podcast covering cutting edge research and light hearted ecology banter. We have invited blog posts and podcasts from researchers across our School and also visiting speakers. We’ve got a little something for everyone.
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Life is a science, literally and figuratively. In this podcast, we explore the nuances of our lives, socially and scientifically, and even the ways that they intersect. Hosted by Dr. Raven Baxter, also known as Dr. Raven the Science Maven, The Science of Life podcast hosts biologists from the entire spectrum of science, from geneticists learning about what makes us who we are, to astrobiologists searching for extraterrestrial life, from understanding relationships through the lens of animal ...
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On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness, biological medicine, bioenergetics and more. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world in her practice. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about sharing cutting edge information and research from the experts in her community as she sits on the front line of the alternative me ...
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Barely a Podcast

The SoCal Ramble

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On this week’s installment of the “Barely a Podcast” podcast, Dr. Christopher Lowe, professor of Marine Biology at Long Beach State University, joins us and shares tips on how to survive a shark attack. Lowe is the head researcher at the LBSU Shark Lab.
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This horror-comedy features a chupacabra exterminator and a marine biology student who become unlikely allies while solving a monstrous murder. Ever since the Florida swamps went feral a few years back, Brad Marlin has been killing chupacabras. But on a standard house call for a student new to the area, things go horribly wrong. Brad’s coworker is murdered, and not, Brad suspects, by the standard sucker they’ve all gotten used to. A new monster is in their midst. But there’s more than one se ...
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Is your family thinking of adding a fish tank or pond to your home? Fish tanks and ponds are wonderful places to observe a habitat on a smaller scale. Its like having your very own window into a fresh water riverbed or saltwater ocean. Keeping aquarium fish is a pleasurable and educational hobby for families around the world. Keeping fish as pets has been a tradition going back to ancient Egypt and China. Today, many more different, beautiful and fascinating kinds of fish and other aquatic a ...
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The VistaMilk Podcast

VistaMilk SFI Research Centre

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VistaMilk SFI Research Centre is focused on innovative pasture-based dairying and is co-funded by Science Foundation Ireland and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine. During the course of this podcast series, we will introduce you to some of our fantastic researchers and the work they do here at the centre.
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Shark Stories

Madison Stewart

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Welcome to Season 2 of Shark Stories! This season we dive into the deep end with a series of provocative interviews: the world's most famous shark hunter "Mark The Shark", a navy diver turned cyborg after a shark attack, Shark First Aid 101, and so much more. Shark Stories shares the reality of the ones who can’t speak for themselves. Join Madison Stewart, award-winning shark conservationist, and passionate filmmaker as she explores shark-related topics with world-renowned scientists, fellow ...
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Dive deep into the thrilling world of sharks with 'Fin-tastic Voyages,' a podcast where your host, Lexi, shares her lifelong passion for these magnificent predators. Since she was a little girl, Lexi has been captivated by the allure of sharks, and now she's bringing the most jaw-dropping shark facts, the latest research, and chilling tales of shark encounters straight to your ears. Each episode, we'll navigate the vast ocean of shark lore and science, from the mysterious depths where great ...
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A Talk on the Wild Side

Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute

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A Talk on the Wild Side explores all things wild in Texas in a fun and entertaining way. Each episode features an interview with a subject-matter expert on a conservation or natural resources topic. Terrestrial wildlife, marine life, hunting, and fishing are regularly featured topics.
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Data. Is it all about technology, engineering or coding? We often don't see the immediate impact on other fields. But life sciences require data to advance. Join pioneers, entrepreneurs, investors and academics to discover the power and influence of data in medicine, genomics, biodiversity, marine sciences... When data meets know-how in the life sciences, we immerse ourselves in a different world – bioinformatics. Supported by ELIXIR Europe
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Many medical devices and prescription drugs claim to be the resolution to all your problems, but while they may solve your current issue, it’s possible they may cause another. Medical products are often rushed to market before they’re adequately tested. Clay Hodges wants to educate you on these products and their side effects before they lead to litigation.
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What stories do the people who spend their lives on the water catching, researching and managing fish have to share about climate change? How is climate impacting the fish and places they care about? Join host Alliyah Lusuegro, RAY Fellow at Ocean Conservancy, as she sits down to learn more. This podcast is a production of Ocean Conservancy. Cover artwork designed by Nicole Dornsife of thornwolf.com with photograph by Rafeed Hussain. Audio editing by 4Site Interactive Studios.
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Exploring the coolest and most incredible stuff in science, from way back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to a future where humans live in space! The Fun Kids Science Weekly is hosted by Dan and is the perfect science podcast for kids and families everywhere. Each week, you'll find episodes from series like Deep Space High, Age of the Dinosaurs and Professor Hallux. There's also a special guest, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan - something scientific that’s ...
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*Update - Jan 2023 You may have noticed The Imposter has been on a bit of an unofficial hiatus. Some major life events have meant the podcast has had to take a back seat for a bit. Fortunately, there will be more free time coming up in the near future so get ready for some exciting new 'sodes. #GoodNewsEveryone Big Truss Internerds, 'Tis I, your graciously humble host, Amir. Proud graduate of Hampshire College and Plymouth University, lover of cheese, mayor of Dragon Town, slayer of grammar ...
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It's time for another trip around the solar system on the BIGGER and BETTER Science Weekly! This episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly we continue our bigger and better podcast where we put YOUR questions to our team of experts, have scientists battle it out for which science is the best & learn all about the world's smallest foxes which can now b…
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Episode 3 In this episode, host Dr. Ian Binns interviews Dr. Adam Reitzel, a marine biologist and co-director of CIPHER at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Reitzel discusses what sparked his early interest in science, his journey into becoming a marine biologist despite growing up far from the ocean, and the fascinating world of sea anemones that are the focus o…
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On this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin interviews Annabelle Chamar, a global communications manager for the European Marine Biological Resource Center. Annabelle shares her career journey from journalism and PR to becoming a marine science communicator, emphasizing the importance of effective communication in bio…
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Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic talk about the latest news from the International Whaling Commission (IWC). Dr Craken is just back from the IWC scientific Committee meetng in Slovenia - what were the hot topics in whale and dolphin conservation that were discussed? Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring …
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The biotic pump theory has been controversial in the climate science community ever since Anastassia Makarieva and Victor Gorshkov published their paper about it to the journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics in 2010. If true, the theory sheds light on how the interior forests of vast continents influence wind and the water cycles that supply who…
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Quick facts about the largest freshwater fish in North America! The white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus, Pacific sturgeon, Oregon sturgeon, Columbia sturgeon). White sturgeon facts! #ocean #sturgeon #fishing #anadromous #river #fish #marinelife #marineanimals #amazing #weird #science #learn #educational #caviar #california #oceanfloor #food #pa…
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(0:10): Stanford Study Unveils Six Depression Biotypes, Revolutionizing Personalized Psychiatric Treatment (1:44): 18th-Century Fruit Bottles Unearthed at Mount Vernon Highlight Enslaved Workers' Culinary Skills (3:25): Urgent Quest to Rediscover 126 'Lost' Bird Species: Citizen Scientists Called to Action (5:08): Oxford AI Doubles Time to Cancer R…
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If you’ve ever worked with dementia patients before, you know how unique and bizarre the experience can be, and how little the stereotypes actually hold up to the experience. Even knowing about the diagnosis often does little to help us in caring for people, and many caregivers find themselves getting sucked into behavioral loops of their own. This…
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Episode 5In this episode, we interview Dr. Denis Jacob Machado, a trailblazing phylogeneticist and bioinformaticist at UNC Charlotte. Denis shares his incredible journey from selling onions as a 12-year-old to studying poison dart frogs, sharks, and viruses. He reveals how he harnesses artificial intelligence and big data to predict pandemics and r…
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(0:10): New Marine Compounds Show Promise for Cancer, Pest Control, and Drug-Resistant Infections (2:17): Groundbreaking CERN Discovery: Top Quark Entanglement Redefines Quantum Physics and Future Technology (4:14): Antarctica Shivers in Record Cold as South America Swelters: Sea Ice Hits 2,000-Year Low (6:01): Breakthrough in Brain Injury Care: AQ…
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Andrew Lewin pays tribute to the late Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, a legendary figure in marine conservation who dedicated his life to the ocean. Reflecting on Dr. Nichols' inspiring legacy and the impact he had on countless individuals, Andrew celebrates his contributions to marine conservation and the inspiration he provided to so many. Join us in hon…
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Pufferfish in Japan are known for one thing. They’re a delicacy that can be deadly. Their organs contain a highly toxic compound that can kill in minutes. But one species of pufferfish has a different distinction: Its males might be the most creative artists in the oceans. In 1995, divers off the coast of Japan saw an unusual pattern in the sand on…
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It's time for another trip around the solar system on the BIGGER and BETTER Science Weekly! This episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly we continue our bigger and better podcast where we put YOUR questions to our team of experts, have scientists battle it out for which science is the best & learn all about a UK zoo trying to save 97 species from ex…
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Quick facts about this unique, deep ocean sea cucumber that is threatened by deep sea mining of manganese nodules! The gummy squirrel (Gummy squirrel, Psychropotes longicauda, long-tailed sea cucumber). Gummy squirrel facts! #ocean #seacucumber #deepsea #mining #abyss #fish #marinelife #marineanimals #amazing #weird #science #learn #educational #jo…
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At Every Depth: Our Growing Knowledge of the Changing Oceans (Columbia UP, 2024) takes readers on a journey from California tidepools to Antarctic poles, showcasing myriad efforts to research and protect marine environments. Through insightful interviews, oceanographer Tessa Hill and science journalist Eric Simons offer a compelling exploration of …
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(0:10): NASA Livestream Panic: Simulated Emergency Drill Mistakenly Broadcast, Sparks Online Frenzy (2:04): Shocking Maya Discovery: Over 100 Boys and Twins Found in Chichén Itzá Sacrificial Chamber (3:46): Study Reveals Men Eat More Meat Globally, Especially in Developed Nations with Gender Equality (5:41): Revolutionary Gene Editing Breakthroughs…
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Out of sight…but not out of mind? Coral reefs exist largely out of sight for the majority of the world’s population, so the vast array of ecosystem services they provide for local communities are often forgotten, leading conservation efforts to feel like an uphill battle. In this episode, we talk to the people trying to tackle this problem; from us…
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Andrew Lewin interviews Chris Nelson and Lewis, two surfers and filmmakers, about the impact of the surfing industry on the environment. They discuss the evolution of the surfing industry, the challenges it faces in aligning with environmental values, and the need for more sustainable practices. They also highlight the role of smaller, more environ…
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Long time zoological statistician and animal manager, Kevin Willis, returns to discuss dolphin demographics and other mathematical insights into current species populations in human care. The overall population of dolphins in facilities looks promising, but Kevin warns this view is not reality since the animals are not actually maintained as one bu…
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In this fascinating episode, I sit with Spencer Feldman to dive deep into cutting-edge detoxification solutions. Spencer shares his own health journey that led him to become a medical detective of sorts, uncovering the root causes behind many chronic conditions like brain fog and chronic fatigue. We discuss the vital importance of proper detoxifica…
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Andrew Lewin discusses the concerning news of fin whales being hunted in Iceland. Despite a reduced quota, up to 128 whales could be killed by the only company conducting whaling in Iceland. The episode delves into the implications of this practice and encourages listeners to take action to protect the ocean. Tune in to learn more about this pressi…
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(0:10): Breakthrough in Alzheimer's: Lifestyle Changes and Exercise Show Promise in Slowing Cognitive Decline (2:10): Space Tourists Experience Astronaut-Like Physiological Changes, Study Reveals (4:20): Study Shows Early Success in Reducing Ozone-Depleting HCFCs, Boosting Climate Efforts (6:08): Johns Hopkins Study Reveals Toxic Ethylene Oxide Lev…
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Andrew Lewinn discusses recent shark bite incidents and the media's portrayal of sharks. He dives into advice from experts and boat captains on shark safety and offers insights on decreasing the risk of shark encounters. Tune in to learn more about shark myths, social media reactions, and ways to protect our oceans. Link to article: https://www.the…
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Dr Scarlett Smash & Dr Craken MacCraic talk about recent studies on whale communication - do they really have a "language"? Or is it all media hype? Find out in this episode. Contact info@absolutelysmashingllc.com for more information about sponsoring MCHH episodes or having advertisments on the show www.patreon.com/marineconservation Music credits…
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Over the past few years there have been many reports of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) collapsing completely within the next few years... but could it actually happen? University of Liverpool's Dr Hemant Khatri and NOC's Dr Zoe Jacobs examine whether the scenes depicted in the movie 'The Day After Tomorrow' could actually be…
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In Tabula Raza: Mapping Race and Human Diversity in American Genome Science (University of California Press, 2024), Duana Fullwiley has penned an intimate chronicle of laboratory life in the genomic age. She presents many of the influential scientists at the forefront of genetics who have redefined how we practice medicine and law and understand an…
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Burning wood to generate electricity – ‘biomass energy’ – is increasingly used as a renewable replacement for burning coal in nations like the UK, Japan, and South Korea, even though its emissions are not carbon neutral. On this episode of the Mongabay Newscast, reporter Justin Catanoso details how years of investigation helped him uncover a compli…
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Quick facts about this critically endangered houndshark that is still fished for its meat and fins! The tope shark (school shark, Galeorhinus galeus, soupfin shark, snapper shark). Tope shark facts! #ocean #sharks #australia #california #amazing #fish #marinelife #marineanimals #amazing #weird #science #learn #educational #elasmobranch #fishing Hos…
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(0:10): Elephants Use 'Names' to Communicate: Study Reveals Advanced Social Bonds and Cognitive Skills (2:03): FDA Committee Recommends Approval for Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's Drug Donanemab Despite Side Effect Concerns (3:50): Groundbreaking Discovery of Frost on Mars' Tharsis Volcanoes Redefines Climate and Water Cycle Insights (5:45): New Theory Li…
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Andrew Lewin looks into the future predictions of the sea level rise over the next century and discovers the prediction that the Hamptons may not be where everyone wants to be in the summer. Some richer folks may be able to move away or build floating homes, but those who cannot afford to move could be stuck without a home. Tune in for more details…
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(0:10): Exercise Key to Battling Depression: Dr. James Burger Highlights Mental Health Benefits of Physical Activity (2:11): Long-Term ADHD Medications Boost Cognitive Functions, King's College Study Finds (3:43): Australian Courts in Crisis: Fears of Wrongful Convictions Due to Unreliable Forensic Science (5:49): Revolutionary AI Tool AttnKare-D U…
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In this episode we speak with Dr. John W. Cave, a scientist and thought leader who has been in the research world for over 20 years. Dr. Cave has worked at a variety of elite research institutions at the intersection of biochemistry, neurology, and brain injury and has long history of mentoring younger scientists. Listen to our conversation for his…
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Andrew Lewin discusses the aftermath of Ocean's Week and Oceans Day. He emphasizes that fighting to protect the ocean is ongoing and calls for continued action and involvement. Andrew reflects on the significance of events like Upwell and CHOW, highlighting the importance of ocean justice, representation, and government initiatives in conservation …
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As Earth gets warmer, scientists expect to see some changes in hurricanes. There might not be more of them, but the strongest ones might be much more intense. To better understand what might happen, scientists are digging deep into the past. They’re looking at how often especially powerful hurricanes made landfall when climate conditions were simil…
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In Do I Know You? From Faceblindness to Super Recognition (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023), Dr. Sharrona Pearl explores the fascinating category of face recognition and the "the face recognition spectrum," which ranges from face blindness at one end to super recognition at the other. Super recognizers can recall faces from only the briefest e…
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Quick facts about this beautiful wrasse that inhabits coral reefs! The yellowtail coris (Coris gaimard, African coris, clown coris). Yellowtail coris facts! #ocean #reefs #australia #hawaii #amazing #wrasse #marinelife #marineanimals #amazing #weird #science #learn #educational #japan #fish #kids Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more info…
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On this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Loon interviews Craig Perlmutter from Toronto, the founder of Arcadia Earth. Arcadia Earth is a unique art-meets-environmental protection space that aims to inspire and educate visitors about ocean conservation. Perlmutter shares his journey of being inspired by a similar initiati…
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(0:10): Webb Telescope Uncovers Record Carbon Levels in Star Disk, Advancing Planet Formation Research (1:45): Tiger Shark's Bizarre Diet: Researchers Witness Shark Regurgitate Echidna and Dugong (3:15): Ancient Genetic Mutation in Horses 4,200 Years Ago Revolutionized Riding and Spread Domestication Globally (4:59): Revolutionary 10-Minute Brain S…
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I dive into my personal reflection on Oceans Week leading up to Oceans Day. I shares my favorite part of the ocean - the calmness and tranquility it brings. I also encourage you to think about your own favorite aspects of the ocean. Tune in for a unique episode filled with introspection and a call to connect with the ocean on a deeper level. Follow…
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(0:10): Moderna's Personalized Skin Cancer Vaccine Shows 96% Survival Rate in Groundbreaking Trial (1:44): Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko Sets Record with 1,000 Days in Space (3:30): Breakthrough Gene Therapy Restores Hearing in Deaf Children, Offers Hope for Millions Worldwide (5:20): Study Reveals Women Excel in Cognitive Tests During Menstruat…
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The team from GRAZE (Growing Resiliency for Aquarium and Zoo Employees) Erin McNally and Hannah Fullmer return to discuss a widespread problem in most fields, including the zoological profession. While not unique to animal facilities, bullying takes a tremendous toll on an already beleaguered workforce. If social media content is to be believed, yo…
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