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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
Welcome to Eurekanerd, bringing you the finest and funniest in science news. We are Leah and Will, two nerds going through the press releases collected in Eurekalert mailing lists and sharing the gems we find. Find all this and more at eurekanerd.com Questions? Comments? Leave them below, or email us at eurekanerdcast@gmail.com, and find us on twitter, @eurekanerdcast
 
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World web ...
 
Curated conversations that dig deep into the ancient rituals and modern research we can all use to build lives we love living. Each week, Sakara Life founders, Whitney & Danielle, sit down with today's top physicists, mystics, chefs, healers, and CEOs, to explore the areas of life where science and spirituality coexist and thoughts turn into real, live things. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Would you trade the most painful experience of your life for easier days? What does it mean to be Beautifully Broken? For Freddie Kimmel, cancer, Lyme disease, and toxic mold were priceless experiences which formed the ultimate lens of gratitude to view the world. Life is pain, but putting the fractured pieces back together is a beautiful process. This podcast explores the common thread survivors share after walking through fire, the practitioners who brought better days, and the effective t ...
 
Hear the latest news about everything from quantum computers to astrophysics, all straight from scientists at the University of Maryland. Relatively Certain is produced by the Joint Quantum Institute and hosted by a rotating cast, featuring Chris Cesare, Emily Edwards and Sean Kelley. Episodes from Quantum Conversations, a prior series focused entirely on quantum physics, will remain available under the new name.
 
The #1 Evidence Based Growth Podcast on the Internet. The Science of Success is about the search for evidence based personal growth. It's about exploring ways to improve your decision-making, understand your mind and how psychology rules the world around you, and learn from experts and thought leaders about ways we can become better versions of ourselves.
 
Technoculture explores how digital technology influences our lives, our experiences, and ultimately what it means to be human today. The host, Federica Bressan, interviews world class experts in the fields of technology, art, and science. Topics range from cybersecurity to film restoration, from virtual reality to audiobooks.
 
To Infinity & Beyond bridges the fields of quantum physics, informational medicine, health, wellness, and manual bodywork into a fun playground where we expand our awareness into the filed of limitless possibilities. Patti & Carlos will be your captain & co-captain on this intellectual, spiritual, and metaphysical mind-blowing journey. Together we will bridge connections to The Field and watch the ripples unfold throughout the Holographic Universe.
 
I'm here to help you become FREE in your MIND and BANK account. What's your passion? As you continue listening to the "Peace, Passion, & Profit" podcast. Your beliefs will shift on the INSIDE and i'll help you not only find profound INNER PEACE in your life, but also learn ELITE level, cutting edge internet marketing tips & strategies... I'm here to help you build the business of your DREAMS. While maintaining the most amount of TIME freedom possible.
 
Original music and delightfully intriguing conversation with visiting guest cohosts engaging on fascinating topics - art, kung fu, social media, history, psychology, dogs, hiking, homelessness, entrepreneurship, skepticism, Daisy BB guns, and much more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/integrity/support
 
Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, ...
 
21st Century Freak is a podcast that seeks to challenge our basic assumptions and approach to life in the 21st Century. Host Edward Veem, Founder of Smile Room Records, brings his unique perspectives and ideas to the fore with a diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including community, culture, business and capitalism. The show demonstrates just how similar we all are. We are all 21st Century Freaks and together we can change the world.
 
The biggest ideas in physics, broken down. Join theoretical physicist Dan Hooper and soon-to-be physicist Shalma Wegsman as they answer your questions about dark matter, black holes, quantum mechanics, and more. Dan is a physicist at Fermilab and the University of Chicago, and Shalma is a PhD student at New York University.
 
Have you ever wondered about the mysterious "collapse of the wave function" or the "wave-particle duality"? Does Schrödinger´s cat make you uneasy? Do you have a feeling that there could be a deeper, more ´microscopic´ theory underlying Quantum Mechanics? Do you believe that trajectories are ruled out by Quantum Mechanics? Are you confused by the concept of spin or by fermions vs. bosons? Do you want to learn how the founding fathers´ "Gedankenexperiments" are now routinely realized in the l ...
 
The award winning Brain Candy Podcast is Candy for Your Left Brain and Your Right Brain. Hosts Sarah Rice and Susie Meister from MTV's The Challenge discuss what gets their wheels turning in the worlds of pop culture, literature, science, and psychology. They will share their favorite insights on everything from reality TV to quantum physics. So enjoy some candy for your noggin with the Brain Candy Podcast.
 
My guests are leaders from varied businesses and perspectives from around the world. They generously share their business, health and life expertise and stories to help my listeners grow their business, improve their health, and shift their perspectives. Did you get that means free coaching just by listening? Yes, this is a business podcast, but listeners say it is more like sitting in my living room listening to a chat with friends. Incredibly accomplished friends but friends! The show is n ...
 
How do people grow into the best version of themselves, and how do they make sure it reflects in their businesses? Ultimately, how do we scale the most important areas of our life? We will deep dive into this topic each week, hearing stories and strategies from inspiring leaders who are conquering both professional and personal mastery. Does that fire you up? If so, you’re in the right place! Welcome to The GROWTH Podcast, with Aaron Civitarese.
 
My podcast is first and foremost a way to document my own path to freedom. I have been on a road of freeing myself from feelings of living a prosaic life that lacks meaning and purpose. I questioned whether it was my location, my job, my health or my relationships that were leaving me feeling unimaginative and uninspired. The freedom project is my way of freeing myself from these feelings by pursuing things that reignite the passion and purpose in my life. I am documenting my journey of what ...
 
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Join Aaron Civitarese and Darren Little as they talk about quantum physics and leadership. Darren is the founder and CEO of Bingo.com and co-founder of Blackjack.com. He's a contributing author of “The Abundance Factor” and “Chicken Soup for the Network Marketer’s Soul.” Darren believes in order to attract the one, you need to be the one, and he’s …
 
This week the LIGO-Virgo collaboration announced the detection of gravitational waves from the most massive black-hole merger ever seen. This podcast features an interview with LIGO–Virgo member and University of Portsmouth astrophysicist Laura Nuttall, who explains why scientists are puzzling over the origin of one of the black holes involved in t…
 
On the launch day for his new book, Interference, Brad Parks shares his love of physics and writing and how he weaves facts so his fiction reads more like reality. We had a laugh filled conversation filled with non-spoiler moments if you have not read his book yet. I don't often interview fiction writers but I always say yes when Brad is launching …
 
How would you like to experience your life? It’s an intriguing question, and yet we’ve been conditioned to believe our life visions and goals are often unattainable—until now. With The Possibility Principle: How Quantum Physics Can Improve the Way You Think, Live, and Love (Sounds True, 2017), psychotherapist Mel Schwartz offers a revolutionary app…
 
This week’s podcast focuses on Peer Review Week, an annual event honouring the vital role that peer review plays in maintaining the quality of published scientific papers. But while peer review is important, it’s certainly not perfect. The quality of reviews is not always up to scratch – as the darkly comic website Shit My Reviewers Say demonstrate…
 
Today we hear why Sarah's recent pie baking somehow made her feet hurt. We discuss the documentary My Octopus Teacher, & why Sarah was both moved & upset by the filmmaker. Sarah reveals a shocking fact about lobsters, & Susie is not ok with it. We debate the virtues of The Home Edit & organizational porn, & Susie's opinion is surprising given her p…
 
Coaxing tiny colloid particles into a diamond structure, and manipulating cell death and homeostasis in neurodegenerative disease. In this episode: 00:45 Creating colloidal crystals For decades, researchers have attempted to create crystals with a diamond-like structure using tiny colloid particles. Now, a team thinks they’ve cracked it, which coul…
 
Addiction occurs among physicians at the same rate as in the general population, about 10%. Unlike the general population, however, an intensive rehabilitation program, geared specifically for their profession, vastly improves their chances of finding long-term sobriety. Over 70% of these physicians will be clean and sober-and practicing medicine-f…
 
Edward sits down with Rasmus Anton and speaks about how we can heal trauma, but more specifically, how we identify the types of people that cause trauma. Rasmus is an unorthodox psychologist dedicated to educating and helping people detect narcissists and other personality disorders that may invite ruin into our lives if left unchecked.…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Terry Wahls to discuss the power of food as medicine and her personal journey of healing from multiple sclerosis through diet and lifestyle changes. Her own dramatic transformation from being wheelchair-bound to thriving inspired her to dedicate her life to helping people understand the role food plays in chron…
 
Stephen Hawking made a number of memorable contributions to physics, but perhaps his greatest was a puzzle: what happens to information that falls into a black hole? The question sits squarely at the overlap of quantum mechanics and gravitation, an area in which direct experimental input is hard to come by, so a great number of leading theoretical …
 
Robert Margouleff doesn't like to live in history, but "he knows he's made some." After a lifetime of achievements, he still looks ahead and experiments with audio spacialization, new artists, new sounds. An incredible privilege to hear Robert's opinion on technology, pop music, his collaborations, the industry, in his cozy studio on Hollywood. Mor…
 
In this episode, Freddie invites Scott Vermont of LightpathLED to talk about red light therapy (also known as photobiomodulation) and how this impacts the cells in our body. Scott shares his ventures on creating his own wellness center, researching red light, and discovering how this type of therapy changes the way we the body preforms on a cellula…
 
Sarah has a dilemma involving a tree, & Susie wants her to steal it. Hear about a documentary that gave Susie hope, & another one that made her miss Pennsylvania Polka. We debate whether a professor should be punished for accidentally using a slur. Find out why Betty Boop is the most famous example of cultural appropriation. We learn the origins of…
 
The Ig Nobel Prizes return! This years celebration of radical research includes an alligator on helium, the science of sounds driving you wild, and what not to do with frozen poo. All in a days work for Improbable Research.Donate to the Ig Nobel Prizes at https://www.improbable.com/donate/Find more from the Stimulus Podcast Network at http://stimul…
 
Launch the Photon Torpedoes! In this episode we’re drafting mostly obscure characters from all of Star Trek lore, and creating our own TV series pitches with the results. If you think our drafts have gone off the rails before, you haven’t seen anything yet! Star Trek character draft Jason Snell with Jim Metzendorf, David J. Loehr, Moisés Chiullan, …
 
I recently had a client say he wasn't sure what happiness is for him and that it was something that could never be achieved. That it was a moving target. That got me thinking since I've felt happy most of my life with bouts of sadness woven in when loved ones passed or something else happened. But even then, I had a core of happiness. So what is ha…
 
Sue Stuart-Smith, who is a distinguished psychiatrist and avid gardener, offers an inspiring and consoling work about the healing effects of gardening and its ability to decrease stress and foster mental well-being in our everyday lives. The garden is often seen as a refuge, a place to forget worldly cares, removed from the “real” life that lies ou…
 
In this episode the astronomy writer Keith Cooper is on hand to chat about the surprising discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus. He explains that here on Earth, microbial life is the only natural source of phosphine – which could mean that life exists in the clouds of Venus. Cooper also speculates about how future missions to the “habit…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Irshad Manji and discuss her latest book Don’t Label Me. We dive into how we can avoid making snap judgments about not only people we disagree with but also those we agree with. We use real-world examples to show how you can prevent small cues from making massively problematic assumptions about the world and those …
 
Today we hear about muscle mass in space and an experiment being done with mice that we imagine makes them float around the space station (but it probably doesn't). Sarah comes up with a movie idea with Air Bud. We learn whether male and female mice parent differently. Sarah explains why ketchup isn't really a liquid or a solid, & you're probably u…
 
Mapping the migration of the Vikings, and the world’s smallest ultrasound device. In this episode: 00:45 Following the Viking footprint across Europe To better understand who the Vikings were, and where they went, researchers have mapped genomes from hundreds of archaeological artifacts. Research Article: Margaryan et al. 08:00 Coronapod Phase III …
 
There is a lot of stress in the world today. Some we interpret as good stress and others bad stress. Either way it is stress and it impacts the body and our relationships. What if you could learn how to change your response to stress? Learn how to have stress not sideline you or your family and business? Colonel Deb Lewis, (Ret.) has lived a life f…
 
Sexuality is, and always has been, a topic that is endlessly fascinating but also contentious. You might think that asexuality would be more straightforward, but you’d be wrong. Asexual people, or “aces,” haven’t been front and center in the public discussion of gender and sexuality, and as a result there is confusion about such basic issues as wha…
 
Holly Ahern is an award-winning professor of microbiology at the State University of New York (SUNY) Adirondack, where she teaches and mentors undergraduate students in research on small lake ecosystems in the Adirondack region of New York. As a result of her family's personal experience with Lyme disease, Ahern co-founded and is currently vice-pre…
 
Today we find out why some birds were high on opioids & how it affected their singing. We hear about a new documentary about an amusement park that Susie cannot quit talking about. We learn the science behind duck's feathers being water-resistant. We debate Bella Thorne's Only Fans scandal. Susie talks about a librarian who stole $8M worth of books…
 
Grab a shotgun, climb on a stolen motorcycle, and get out your 90s slang phrasebook, because it’s time to watch one of the definitive summer blockbusters, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.” We marvel at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s perfectly robotic demeanor, Robert Patrick’s steely stare and creepy walk, and Linda Hamilton’s—well, pretty much everything. Ha…
 
Shayne McCatty is a multifaceted content creator who has done everything from photography to video to directing to now music. He's currently finishing up his first single and getting ready to release it on Friday! He's a host for We're All in the Same Boat podcast, and has been with me in it since episode one.…
 
For almost 75 years, the Doomsday Clock has monitored how close humankind is to global catastrophe. With the clock now closer to midnight than ever before, the science writer Rachel Brazil talks to Physics World’s Matin Durrani about how the clock is set by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and how physicists can engage in public debates about …
 
Here is the 26th installment of #audiomo 2020 where I try my best to explain the incredible scientific initiative that is The James Webb Space Telescope. It was rather challenging to record a discussion of the JWST and do it justice it is such a huge endeavour. I will be re-exploring this telescope as it continues to undergo testing and preparation…
 
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