Best Microbiology podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth.
 
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Grow Microbiology
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An audio podcast series dedicated to the sharing of ideas, best practices, teaching tips, educational solutions, and other exciting topics in Microbiology.
 
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Microbe Talk
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Microbe Talk is a podcast from the Microbiology Society, interviewing researchers about bacteria, viruses and parasites. We are the largest microbiology society in Europe, covering all aspects of microbial science.
 
A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science, and related topics. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide.
 
Meet the Microbiologist is a podcast that showcases the people behind the scientific discoveries. Each guest introduces their research in one of the cutting-edge areas of the microbial sciences: genomics, antibiotic resistance, synthetic biology, emerging infectious diseases, microbial ecology, public health, probiotics, and more! You no longer have to suffer in silence: learn about epidemiology as you run errands, explore drug discovery as you drive home, delve into microbial genomics at th ...
 
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Oncotarget
Monthly
 
Traditional scholarly journal with open free-access. Topics on Oncology, Aging, Pathology, Immunology, Microbiology, Autophagy, Cell Death, and Chromosome
 
I am a Professor at Barnard College. My expertise is groundwater microbiology with a focus on linking Arsenic and carbon sources. My podcasts enable me to talk to scientists from around the world about their work.
 
This free monthly podcast is offered by Clinical Chemistry. Clinical Chemistry is the leading forum for peer-reviewed, original research on innovative practices in today's clinical laboratory. In addition to being the most cited journal in the field, Clinical Chemistry has the highest Impact Factor (8.6 in 2017) among journals of clinical chemistry, clinical (or anatomic) pathology, analytical chemistry, and the subspecialties, such as transfusion medicine and clinical microbiology.
 
This Week in Evolution is a podcast on the biology behind what makes us tick.
 
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Ologies
Weekly
 
Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
This Week in Virology is a netcast about viruses - the kind that make you sick. Three virology professors and a science writer explain how viruses work and how they cause disease.
 
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BacterioFiles
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The podcast for microbe lovers: reporting on exciting news about bacteria, archaea, and sometimes even eukaryotic microbes and viruses.
 
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Immune
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A podcast about the body's defenders against disease.
 
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microTalk
Monthly
 
The talks from the researchers in the field of infectious diseases. The podcast is hosted by South Texas Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases (STCEID).
 
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Coffea
Monthly
 
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The InsideTheBoards Study Smarter Podcast a free, high-yield, on-the-go resource for medical students preparing for their board exams. With support from the likes of Osmosis, Lecturio, MedSchoolCoach, Kaplan Medical, OnlineMedEd and more, we covering all the high-yield topics you're likely to see on the USMLE, COMLEX, and NBME shelf exams.
 
Welcome to my podcast where I remind you of all the information you need to pass the Dental Hygiene Board Exam. Relax, Listen, and Learn on your commute to work or school. You've got this!
 
In this podcast series, editors-in-chief from the JACC family of specialty journals provide highlights and summarize key findings for select issues. Published by the American College of Cardiology, the JACC Journals publish peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original clinical studies, translational investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the art papers, and review articles. They are top ranked for impact factor and their manuscripts are ...
 
Milk the Funk “The Podcast” talks about mixed and alternative fermentation for beer, wine, mead, and cider. “The Podcast” is an extension of the Milk the Funk Facebook group and wiki, where you will find the most up to date discussion on the science and techniques of mixed fermentation. The goal of Milk the Funk “The Podcast” is to cover the science we talk about in Milk the Funk, and to give some airtime to members who are involved in our group, including scientists, professional brewers, h ...
 
Future Technologies Poised to Transform Our Lives For The Better are the focus of this podcast. Almost here means these technologies are Now Here, or Just Around The Corner. Listen to the latest future tech news & interviews, featuring Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, stem cells, regenerative medicine, Bitcoin, Blockchain & other cutting-edge stuff.
 
Connecting kids and families with current scientific research.
 
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2020 RESP II
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Adrian Bejan, J.A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Duke University, delivers a thought-provoking analysis of the mechanics of life, energy, and the science of our natural world. Bejan is world renowned for his pioneering work in engineering and applied science. Specifically, his extensive research has delved deep into multiple area ...…
 
As an interested scientific mind, Kenneth Weiss has been fascinated by biology and genetic research through his long career in science. In this podcast, the Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Penn State’s biology department discusses genetics and variations. Dr. Weiss has spent years studying the effects of genetic variations and how they impact d ...…
 
There are approximately 10,000 known diseases affecting modern humans—about 7,000 of which are rare, and about 3,000 more which are common. Each and every one of us is susceptible to developing or contracting a disease at any point in our lives, and most of us will. And once we do, then what? Where will the resources be? The team at Genetic All ...…
 
Abacus Next is the only fully-integrated technology as a service solution provider on the market, and their cloud-based solution is helping a wide range of professionals manage and automate the complexities specific to their business in a compliant and secure way. They specialize in helping companies that work in highly regulated industries tha ...…
 
Gunther Witzany’s original area of expertise was the philosophy of language, which brought him into the world where philosophy and the sciences meet. After reading many biological papers and noticing that they used many of the same terms to describe the behavior of organisms, such as cell-cell communication, genetic code, translation, and encry ...…
 
With a family history of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and a variety of other metabolic syndrome problems, Dr. Adam Nally tried to keep his calorie count low and exercise five to six days a week, but it wasn’t working: he was still 65 lbs overweight, his triglyceride levels were almost four times what they should be, he was prediabetic ...…
 
Why have scientists struggled to generate a protective HIV vaccine? Dan Barouch lays out the unique challenges and discusses the ongoing clinical trial with an adenovirus-based vaccine developed in his lab. Julie’s Biggest Takeaways HIV poses unique and unprecedented challenges for vaccine development including: Viral diversity: extremely wide ...…
 
Proteus mirabilis is a common cause of Urinary Tract Infections. These bacteria are found within the gastrointestinal tract, but they are sometimes able to ascend the urinary tract and cause bladder infections. One of the amazing attributes of Proteus is its ability to crawl across Petri dishes, referred to as swarming. Dr. Karine Gibbs is an a ...…
 
Nathan Wilmot, associate R&D director, and Keith Wilson, strategic marketing manager, of Dow Industrial Solutions, discuss the launch of their new 3D printing product. They provide a wealth of information on the many ways 3D printing is revolutionizing product manufacturing, and they discuss in detail—additive manufacturing. Additive manufactur ...…
 
WHO ARE WE? Personality researcher & psychology professor Dr. Simine Vazire dishes about introverts, extroverts, self-esteem, sociopaths, neuroticism, conscientiousness, Buzzfeed quizzes, yearbook inscriptions, trusting people, screwing up your kids, acting like your parents, changing personality traits through therapy or medication and astrolo ...…
 
Christopher Barrett, PhD, is a distinguished professor and the executive director of the newly established Biocomplexity Institute & Initiative at the University of Virginia. Dr. Barrett talks about biocomplexity and the premise of his work. Dr. Barrett is an established interdisciplinary computational scientist. Over his illustrious 35-year ca ...…
 
James A. Shapiro, professor of microbiology with the department of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Chicago, provides an overview of how organisms adapt to change. Since 1973, Shapiro has been helping to shape the field of microbiology. In fact, he was a member of the initial team to successfully isolate a single gene fro ...…
 
In comparison to most plants, cyanobacteria are simple and easy to work with—after all, they can be grown in glass tubes. However, there is a lot that is still unknown about them, and as such, they’re the focus of a great deal of research. Dr. Ben Long received his PhD in plant biology from La Trobe University in Australia where he spent time a ...…
 
“Sleep affects everybody; we sleep for one third of our lives, it’s the one activity we do the most of, and it’s the one thing that if we don’t do well or long enough, will have significant repercussions on our health, on our quality of life, and on others,” says Dr. Quan, Clinical Chief and Medical Director of the Division of Sleep and Circadi ...…
 
This episode: Mouse gut microbes, from mice or from human donors, can protect mice against arsenic toxicity! Download Episode (6.3 MB, 6.9 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Streptomyces griseus News item Takeaways Our gut microbes benefit us in many ways, including nutritionally—by producing vitamins and helping to digest food—and by ...…
 
Join Jim Connely (Go Hawkeyes) as he welcomes passionate instructor Michael Troyan from Pennsylvania State University (Go Nittany Lions). Michael shares his experience on flipping the classroom. Jim and Michael talk about how teaching is an art form. They talk about useful tips to tackle difficult concepts for students. Also, Michael talks abou ...…
 
Kamal Obbad, CEO and cofounder of Nebula Genomics (nebula.org), delivers a thorough overview of the current state of genomic data, research, and what the future holds for the study of the genome. As a self-described Harvard graduate and Cambridge University computer science dropout, Kamal Obbad has definitely tak ...…
 
The TWiV team discuss the use of quantum dots to study uncoating of influenza virus in real time, and induction of endothelial dysfunction by flavivirus NS1 proteins in a tissue-specific manner. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of ...…
 
Rolls-Royce is an engineering company that makes jet engines which get distributed all over the world for use in land, air, and sea. Some engines made in the 1960s are still in use, and they aren’t actually that different from the engines being made today—that is, with one main (and important) exception: they weren’t designed with service or re ...…
 
Nels and Vincent move back to reproductive isolation - this time, pre-zygotic, in the charismatic orchid bee where the males make chemically distinct perfumes to attract mates of the same species. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Olfactory receptor gene under ...…
 
Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Michele Swanson and Elio Schaechter How a bacterium helps dengue virus replicate in the mosquito gut, and minicells as a damage disposal mechanism in E. coli. Become a patron of TWiM. Links: Please take the TWiM listener survey Bacteria help dengue virus in mosquito gut (Cell Host Micr) Fungus helps dengue v ...…
 
In 2018, influenza made headlines, with the 2017/18 flu season heralded on of the 'worst ever' for the National Health Service with the highest number of influenza-related hospital admissions since 2010. This flu season has been markedly different. But why is there so much variation? This month, we spoke with Dr John McCauley, Director of the W ...…
 
Sandeep Jain, MD, FCCP, pulmonary and sleep medicine specialist, as well as the founder of ListenMD, discusses sleep issues and disorders, and the technology that is helping patients who suffer to get the care they need. ListenMD is an intelligent, innovative universal health care communication platform centered on patients that have been speci ...…
 
Gabriel Rene, an architect of the spatial web, director of VERSES Foundation (verses.io), delivers an overview of the current state of technology, including AI and product interfaces as we move to a Web 3.0 world. Gabriel Rene is excited about technology. As an experienced deep technology entrepreneur and researcher, he has been a leader in the ...…
 
Trevor Morin, PhD, CSO biochemistry, and William Dunbar, PhD, cofounder and acting CEO, of Two Pore Guys, Inc., provide an interesting overview of nanotechnology as it applies to scientific advances. Morin and Dunbar’s company, Two Pore Guys, Inc., is literally transforming human and environmental health by bringing nanotechnology and precision ...…
 
The immunophiles explain how metabolic rewiring of macrophages by CpG promotes clearance of cancer cells. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Stephanie Langel, and Cynthia Leifer Become a patron of Immune! Links for this episode Darwin Day Metabolic rewiring of macrophages by CpG (Nat Immunol) Letters read on Immune 17 Time stamps by Jolene. Thanks! Wee ...…
 
Quite a bit is known about bone-building cells (osteoblasts) and bone-resorbing cells (osteoclasts), but not much is known about bone marrow fat cells—aside from the fact that bone marrow becomes packed with them as we age or become obese. We also know that there is a correlation between the incidence of multiple myeloma (a type of blood cancer ...…
 
Turn on the TV or flip through the latest celebrity magazine and you’re almost guaranteed to find a blurb or picture of the latest botched plastic surgery or rumors about a celebrity’s suddenly changed look. Why are these stories so commonplace—particularly the plastic-surgery-gone-wrong stories? Wouldn’t these millionaire celebrities be able t ...…
 
The Stoppel Lab at the University of Florida opened its doors and accepted its first Ph.D. student just a few months ago, but they’re already knee-deep in an exciting endeavor which could aid in the repair of injured or diseased tissues in patients: designing natural material that has the same characteristics and structure of natural tissue and ...…
 
“Poor sleep is pervasive in our culture and is thought of as being…dispensable, and this has consequences that range from motor vehicle accidents to cancer,” says Michael Howell, MD, and co-founder of Sleep Performance Institute. He’s been practicing sleep medicine for years now and realizes all too well how many people don’t consider their sle ...…
 
Love! Romance! Intimate relationships! Marriage! Divorce! Remarriage! Clowns! This episode has it all. The wonderfully warm Dr. Benjamin Karney of the UCLA Marriage lab has been studying romance and intimate relationships for 20 years and sits down to chat about being single and the mechanisms behind finding a partner, what behaviors foster int ...…
 
Dr. Charles Samuels, M.D., CCFP, DABSM, is devoted to a good night’s sleep—for everyone. He has committed many years to the study of sleep and recovery and in this podcast, he outlines the importance of sleep and what to do when our sleep is suffering. Dr. Samuels is a board certified sleep medicine expert, certified with the American Board of ...…
 
Just like human activity has resulted in pollution on Earth, it’s resulted in the pollution of the space around Earth, leaving large volumes of space debris in orbit—debris ranging in size from a few millimeters to dead satellites weighing thousands of pounds. While even the smallest sizes of debris pose the threat of colliding with active sate ...…
 
Join Jim Connely in this solo show discussing the NCLEX exam and exam style questions in McGraw-Hill Education’s Connect Microbiology! NCLEX questions are key in Microbiology to prepare students for a career in nursing. Practicing for the NCLEX exam not only prepares students with the knowledge, but also the confidence for success on the exam. ...…
 
Author of Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design, creator of the Evolution 2.0 podcast, and electrical engineer Perry Marshall joins the podcast today for a compelling and exciting conversation about everything life and evolution, offering his opinion on questions concerning the origin of new species and the origin of li ...…
 
This episode: Beneficial fungi found inside wild grain plants help wheat plants grow better with less water! Download Episode (7.1 MB, 7.75 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Beijerinckia indica Takeaways As we have microbial communities in our guts, on our skin, and in various other places in and on our bodies, plants also have benef ...…
 
The TWiV crew reveal a unique portal on the calcivirus capsid formed upon receptor engagement, and the regulation of interferon responses in virus-infected cells by methylation of mRNA. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Kathy Spindler, and Brianne Barker Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! ...…
 
Dr. Jeff Miller has been studying Bordetella pertussis, the bacterium that causes whooping cough in humans, for over three decades, and he keeps uncovering novel aspects of the pathogenesis of this organism. B. pertussis still causes outbreaks of human disease, and Dr. Miller has unraveled in amazing detail the signal transduction system that l ...…
 
Zach Supalla, founder and CEO of Particle (particle.io), provides a detailed overview of how technology is improving the ways we can interact with and control our devices and products. Supalla’s company, Particle, is the dominant IoT platform on the market that simplifies building, connecting and managing intern ...…
 
Dr. Martin Scharf, Ph.D., FABSM, sub-investigator, research, and development consultant at Cleveland Sleep Research Center, delivers an overview of sleep research, and drugs for treatment of various illnesses including fibromyalgia. Dr. Scharf has a passion for sleep, and don’t we all! A good night’s sleep is one of the best experiences you cou ...…
 
Erica Ollmann Saphire discusses her research on Ebola virus glycoprotein and the changing nature of structural biology. The Ebola virus glycoprotein sequence can vary up to 50% between Ebola virus species, presenting a challenge to develop pan-Ebola therapeutics or vaccines. Erica Ollmann Saphire discusses her work on antibodies that neutralize ...…
 
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