Best algae podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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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.
 
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Aquarium Myths and Secrets Revealed
 
This show is about both fresh and salt water aquarium keeping. On this Podcast we will be busting some long held false and sometimes dangerous beliefs in the hobby as well as discussing hidden causes of common problems such as cloudy water, specific types of algae, and unexpected mass livestock deaths. We also will discuss advanced methods in simple language and in both technical as well as natural approaches. We will be sharing years of aquarium experiment findings, much of which includes h ...
 
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In the Service of Samurai
Daily
 
The choice: Serve the undead or become one of them.Toshi never expected the strange visitor who one evening stepped foot insidehis master's shop. A samurai smelling of the sea, dripping on the ground,algae strung from his armor. For the
 
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Engineering at Illinois
Monthly+
 
As one of the world’s top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, reimagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world.We solve the world’s greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. Leading the innovation of virtual reality. Designing electronic tattoos to treat seizures. Building safer global water systems. Converting algae to biofuel. Exploring fusio ...
 
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L'entrevista del Cabaret
Daily
 
La personalitat dels llocs l'acaben donant les persones. I s per aix que al "Cabaret elctric" ens preocupen els decorats, per sabem que el ms important sn els artistes i els convidats que ens visiten.Hi trobareu cares conegudes, o personatges entrevistats per primera vegada. Si hi ha alg a qui t'agradaria veure a l'escenari del "Cabaret elctric" no dubtis a escriure un correu a cabaretelectric@icatfm.cat.
 
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Jampacked
Weekly
 
A weekly podcast with guest interviews and topical discussions while playing drinking games with Host Jameela Hammond, plus their songs of the week! Guests that don't drink can partake in their beverage of choice between Apple Cider Vinegar and Blue Green Algae. The pulse check of what to look out for in music, business, organizations and the amazing people that walk this earth! A Jampacked show with laughs and knowledge. Get into it!
 
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GCB Bioenergy
Rare
 
Welcome to the GCB Bioenergy iTunes Channel. GCB Bioenergy exists to promote understanding of the interface between biological sciences and the production of fuels directly from plants, algae and waste. Papers published in the journal frequently look at the wider implications, such as on the economy, policy, ecosystem services, biodiversity and global change. This channel will feature podcasts related to some of the papers.
 
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Engineering at Illinois
Daily+
 
As one of the world’s top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, reimagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world.We solve the world’s greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. Leading the innovation of virtual reality. Designing electronic tattoos to treat seizures. Building safer global water systems. Converting algae to biofuel. Exploring fusio ...
 
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In the Service of Samurai
Weekly
 
The choice: Serve the undead or become one of them.Toshi never expected the strange visitor who one evening stepped foot insidehis master's shop. A samurai smelling of the sea, dripping on the ground,algae strung from his armor. For the first time in his life, he discoversthat monsters do roam the earth. And this one has been specifically lookingfor him.Dragged from his home and all he has ever known, Toshi must now use hisacquired skills in foreign maps to help the creatures who have taken ...
 
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Radio New Zealand - All Programmes
 
Lake snot, or lake snow as it's sometimes known, was first discovered at Lake Wanaka a decade ago. While it's not toxic, the brown snot-like slime it produces clings to swimmers, fishing equipment and water filters. Now the algae has spread to Lake Wakitipu and as far north as Lake Tekapo. Researchers are hoping to use lasers to crack the myste ...…
 
Good debate with a new voice, Heycitizen. Phil Blanks–Yesterday at 8:45 PM @HeyCitizen septemberclues.info… Fakeologist–Yesterday at 9:00 PM @Gaia @HeyCitizen @NotSoFreeMason move into the Livestream people will want to listen good job @NotSoFreeMason I verified @HeyCitizen welcome hopefully we can help you become a fakeologist NotSoFreeMason–Y ...…
 
Plant-Based Diet Myths Plant-Based Diet Myths Myth #1: Plant-based food is expensive! Not True! It is the same or even cheaper to eat plant-based than to eat meat! Dirty Dozen: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/dirty_dozen_list.php Clean 15: https://www.ewg.org/foodnews/clean_fifteen_list.php Myth #2: Plant-Based Diet Have a Protein Deficiency. Weig ...…
 
Marine snow is made up of particles of tiny algae, plants, feces, and pieces of dead animals. These particles get colonized by organisms and become the food web that is transported to the deep ocean. Biological oceanographer Uta Passow’s research focuses on how oil affects marine snow and how marine snow affects oil.…
 
Polar Bears! Take off to the Great White North where we prowl around with an animal expert to learn all we can about polar bears! But first, let’s introduce our guest for this episode! Adam Morris is a wildlife and environmental toxicologist, working as a “postdoctoral fellow” on campus at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. He works with E ...…
 
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Naked Scientists Special Editions Podcast
 
By 2050, it is estimated that we will need around a 50% increase in crop yield to feed our rapidly growing population. However, it turns out that algae - the slimy green layer often found on the surface of ponds in summer - may provide a solution to this problem. Stevie Bain chatted with Luke Mackinder from The University of York about how a be ...…
 
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Naked Scientists Special Editions Podcast
 
By 2050, it is estimated that we will need around a 50% increase in crop yield to feed our rapidly growing population. However, it turns out that algae - the slimy green layer often found on the surface of ponds in summer - may provide a solution to this problem. Stevie Bain chatted with Luke Mackinder from The University of York about how a be ...…
 
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Naked Scientists Special Editions Podcast
 
By 2050, it is estimated that we will need around a 50% increase in crop yield to feed our rapidly growing population. However, it turns out that algae - the slimy green layer often found on the surface of ponds in summer - may provide a solution to this problem. Stevie Bain chatted with Luke Mackinder from The University of York about how a be ...…
 
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Naked Scientists Special Editions Podcast
 
By 2050, it is estimated that we will need around a 50% increase in crop yield to feed our rapidly growing population. However, it turns out that algae - the slimy green layer often found on the surface of ponds in summer - may provide a solution to this problem. Stevie Bain chatted with Luke Mackinder from The University of York about how a be ...…
 
Episode 10 is here! We thank our first Patreon supporter (Tony Troxell), follow up on the end of the Cassini-Huygens mission and the total solar eclipse of this year and 2024. We talk about research to use algae to turn fatty acids into hydrocarbons and a US appellate court's ruling that distributing altered versions of Star Wars is still copyr ...…
 
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Two Sea Fans: Mote Marine Laboratory Podcast
 
Phytoplankton - sometimes called microscopic algae - can seem a bit like Jekyll and Hyde. Some produce much of the air we breathe and nourish the ocean's food chain, while others form harmful algal blooms that range from annoying to hazardous for people and animals. The fact is, phytoplankton are really diverse, with lots of scientific grouping ...…
 
Cambridge University’s Professor Hugh Hunt joins Heydon Prowse to discuss how scientists and engineers can save the planet from global warming. From spraying aerosols into the stratosphere, to growing algae in the sea, Hunt explains the sometimes extreme technologies being developed to help counteract climate change.…
 
On today's programme: How a small Spanish town became the centre of a terror cell - A dramatic drop in migrant arrivals in Italy - Two hunger strikers become a focal point for protestors in Turkey - The People’s Princess is still stealing hearts, 20 years after her death - Russian arrest shocks arts world - The Dutchman who decided not to leave ...…
 
Original Transcript: Dear H, I sat at the window seat staring at the dark, gloomy skies above and the expansive wing in front of me waiting for the lull of the turbines to start. The rain was light, but the flight would be home bound toward blue skies. I was flying back from a scholarship conference in Wisconsin where I stayed indoors for the 3 ...…
 
While single-celled organisms typically only make it into political discussion during insults, it turns out that modeling their behavior may give researchers a better handle on how political movements survive and spread.By englishprogramme@hotmail.co.uk (English Programme).
 
By englishprogramme@hotmail.co.uk (English Programme).
 
From Lake Champlain to the Connecticut River, overtaxed sewage systems are being pushed to filter out more pollutants. This week, we look into what it takes to clean up our water systems. Following the announcement that Los Angeles will host the 2028 Summer Olympics, we revisit Boston’s aborted Olympic bid in search of lessons about urban plann ...…
 
Podcast Transcript How do you know your pool is leaking? This podcast will tell you how. Welcome to the Pool Doctor of the Palm Beaches online podcast, with your hosts Holly Colasurdo and Elizabeth Varian. Elizabeth Varian : Hey, everybody. It’s Elizabeth Varian here, Pool Doctor of the Palm Beaches podcast. I have Holly on the other line. How ...…
 
Weird Rodents! Varmints! podcast definitely has our fair share of rodent shows and many more scheduled in the future. But, we can hardly help it, as rodents comprise roughly 40% of mammalian species on this big blue blob we call the Earth. Today we’re going to talk about a few of the odder ones, come along with us on a rodent extravaganza! But ...…
 
U.S. Rep. Brian Mast joins us to talk about an algae bloom on Lake Okeechobee, healthcare and tax reform.
 
7.17.2017 Love our community ~all of us working as a team to restore the Indian River Lagoon health~ Robust conversation about protecting our real estate,seafood,river banks, plants,animals,and get rid of bad algae blooms etc ~Today’s show sponsored by Dixie Crossroads Seafood Restaurant~and proud to have Brevard Zoo~represented..watch what you ...…
 
Are algae-based Omega 3s superior to fish oil? Building muscle after an injury; If you have trouble sleeping, congratulations, you’re an evolutionary marvel! Persistent mental stress linked to heart disease (DUH!); Is a genetic test to predict addiction a bridge too far? Why are two black pastors suing Coca-Cola?…
 
Are algae-based Omega 3s superior to fish oil? Building muscle after an injury; If you have trouble sleeping, congratulations, you’re an evolutionary marvel! Persistent mental stress linked to heart disease (DUH!); Is a genetic test to predict addiction a bridge too far? Why are two black pastors suing Coca-Cola?…
 
https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/algae2 My guest on today's podcast is Catharine Arnston, and she puts my own algae consumption to shame, eating 75 pieces of chlorella and 75 pieces of spirulina every day. She holds an MBA from Western’s Ivey School of Business, and a BA in geography and economic development from Queen’s University. She is a Bo ...…
 
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