Best developmental biology podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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biobytes
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biobytes is a series of life sciences news podcasts highlighting original scientific research published in The Journal of Cell Biology. Each show features interviews with leading scientists from across the globe.
 
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biosights
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biosights is a series of life science videos highlighting original scientific research published in The Journal of Cell Biology. The shows feature original video data and interviews with the scientists who performed the work.
 
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Frontmatter: The Leanpub Author Stories Podcast
 
In the Frontmatter podcast authors talk about their careers and their areas of expertise, making it a general interest podcast covering everything authors write books about, from startups to biology to software development and the future of labor.
 
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Research Podcast | Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
 
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's videos feature our leading scientists highlighting the latest advances in biomedical research. Our investigators explain how recent developments in genetics, biology, and other areas of science contribute to better treatments for cancer patients.
 
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Harvard College's Computer Science 50: Introduction to Computer Science I
 
Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. Topics include abstraction, encapsulation, data structures, databases, memory management, software development, virtualization, and websites. Languages include C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and XHTML. Problem sets inspired by real-world domains of biology, cryptography, finance, forensics, and gaming. De ...
 
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PLOScast
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PLOScast is a regular PLOS podcast dedicated to interviewing innovators and thought leaders on scholarly publishing developments, the future of academia and the changing experiences of scientists. Hosted by PLOS Staff Researcher Elizabeth Seiver, the show explores all things Open (science, access and peer review), including research tools, ideas for improving science communication and the realities of the academic job market. In short, this podcast is for scientists and those who love them.N ...
 
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This is CS50 2014.
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Introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. This course teaches students how to think algorithmically and solve problems efficiently. Topics include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, software engineering, and web development. Languages include C, PHP, and JavaScript plus SQL, CSS, and HTML. Problem sets inspired by real-world domains of biology, cryptography, finance, forensics, and gaming. ...
 
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Tech Tonics
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Tech Tonics, the Podcast, is a twice-monthly program focused on the people and passion at the intersection of technology and health. Hosted by Lisa Suennen and David Shaywitz (the co-authors of “Tech Tonics: Can Passionate Entrepreneurs Heal Healthcare With Technology?”) the show draws on their experience in business, medicine, and health-IT. The Tech Tonics podcast seeks to bring the people in the digital health field to life and, ideally, elevate humanism in a healthcare world captivated b ...
 
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Die Panda Die
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Follow two geeks with otherwise-worthless biology degrees as they use evolution, development, and animal behavior to explore the weirdest aspects of the natural world and our own
 
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Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century, The by HUXLEY, Thomas Henry
 
Thomas H. Huxley, an English biologist and essayist, was an advocate of the theory of evolution and a self-proclaimed agnostic. A talented writer, his essays helped to popularize science in the 19th century, and he is credited with the quote, "Try to learn something about everything and everything about something." In The Advance of Science in the Last Half Century, he presents a summary of the major developments in Physics, Chemistry and Biology during the period 1839-1889 and their impact ...
 
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Podcasts from the Press
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CSHL Press publishes monographs, technical manuals, handbooks, review volumes, conference proceedings, scholarly journals and videotapes. These examine important topics in molecular biology, genetics, development, virology, neurobiology, immunology and cancer biology. Manuscripts for books and for journal publication are invited from scientists world wide.
 
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Advance of Science in the Last Half-Century, The by HUXLEY, Thomas Henry
 
Thomas H. Huxley, an English biologist and essayist, was an advocate of the theory of evolution and a self-proclaimed agnostic. A talented writer, his essays helped to popularize science in the 19th century, and he is credited with the quote, "Try to learn something about everything and everything about something." In The Advance of Science in the Last Half Century, he presents a summary of the major developments in Physics, Chemistry and Biology during the period 1839-1889 and their impact ...
 
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Technological Innovation Liliane Bettencourt
 
José-Alain Sahel studied medicine at the Medical School of Paris University and ophthalmology at the University of Strasbourg and at Harvard University (Boston-Cambridge, USA). He was appointed Professor of Ophthalmology at the University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg. Currently, José-Alain Sahel is Professor of Ophthalmology at Pierre and Marie Curie University Medical School, Paris, France and Cumberlege Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the Institute of Ophthalmology-University College Lond ...
 
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There are very few voices out there who would question the nearly panacea-like effects of adding more community greenspace. In popular media and academia, new research seems to be emerging daily documenting the significant health, developmental, biological and economic boon that investing in high-quality open space affords cities, and marquee p ...…
 
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Circulation on the Run
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Youth National University of Singapore. Coming right up, we will be discussing fascinating new data on the prevalence of subclinical coronary ...…
 
A team of University of Washington synthetic biology researchers have demonstrated a new method for digital information processing in living cells, analogous to the logic gates used in electric circuits. Using this method, cells could potentially be reprogrammed to undergo new developmental pathways to regrow organs or to develop entirely new ones.…
 
This episode of the podcast was taped LIVE in Los Angeles on June 28th in partnership with the Aware Project. Zach Leary led an hour long engaging, funny and insightful panel discussion with the great wisdom of Dr. Cole Marta and Ashley Booth. The conversation ranged from a look at the current state of psychedelic research, how culture and comm ...…
 
Author Nature-Science(Photo:The extinct trilobite Paradoxides subgenus Eccaparadoxides sp., Order Redlichiida, Family Paradoxididae, 163mm, from Morocco, Middle CambrianTrilobites ( /ˈtraɪləˌbaɪt, ˈtrɪ-, -loʊ-/;[2][3] meaning "three lobes") are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites fo ...…
 
Author Nature-Science(Photo:The extinct trilobite Paradoxides subgenus Eccaparadoxides sp., Order Redlichiida, Family Paradoxididae, 163mm, from Morocco, Middle CambrianTrilobites ( /ˈtraɪləˌbaɪt, ˈtrɪ-, -loʊ-/;[2][3] meaning "three lobes") are a fossil group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites fo ...…
 
Known for putting a smile on everyone’s face in the office, Dr. Joe is an EPIC husband, father and chiropractor. His passion shines through in everything he does but especially when working with children with neuro-developmental challenges. Dr. Joe grew up in Minnesota, which you will quickly tell from his non-southern accent! He graduated from ...…
 
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Brilliant Misfits with Aesha Kennedy
 
Interview with Nathalie Chitananda Martinek Surrender’s Potency Dr. Nats as she is affectionately known. Nathalie brings her sense of brilliance and humour into every conversation, and this is no exception. She’s a woman on a mission to re-humanise medicine and other professions and restore the healing arts in the practice of these professions. ...…
 
www.3030health.com Today's podcast features two close friends of mine, Allyson Chrystal and Dr. Aaron Blaisdell. We recorded this podcast a couple of months ago, since then, we have learned that the Ancestral Health Symposium will be hosted in Seattle Washington. I will be presenting alongside both Dr. Blaisdell and Allyson Chrystal. For more i ...…
 
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Redesigning Society w Powerhouse Guests
 
The 'Redesigning Society Podcast' includes guests such as Gregg Braden, Geoff Lawton, Rupert Sheldrake, Michael Tellinger, Fred Alan Wolf, Ellen Brown, Greg Carlwood and Max Igan. It captures expert perspectives on the current state of societal affairs, as well as the collective change we desperately need both philosophically and practically. I ...…
 
We couldn’t have chosen a better scientist to wrap up this month’s theme of “Foundational Science” than Dr. Derek van der Kooy, Head of the Neurobiology Research Group at the Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research. His team conducts basic science research in developmental and stem cell biology, as well as in understanding the ne ...…
 
Scientists from Upstate Medical University and Syracuse University have teamed up to build replacement bones, essentially from scratch. SU’s Pranav Soman, PhD (at left in photo), an assistant professor of biomedical and chemical engineering, uses a 3-D printer to develop polymer-based “scaffolding.” Upstate’s Jason Horton, PhD (at right), an as ...…
 
Show Notes / Continuing Medical Education Information DESCRIPTION This week we shed light on toxic stress and resiliency. Discover how adverse events of childhood impact development, learning and adult health. We explore causes and effects of toxic stress and consider best practices for identification, treatment and prevention. We also discuss ...…
 
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GARNet UK Plant Science Roundup
 
This weeks Arabidopsis Research Roundup is lead by two papers that characterise the relationship between cell size and growth in different Arabidopsis tissues. Firstly the lab of GARNet PI Jim Murray look at how the cell cycle influences cell size progression in the SAM whilst George Bassel’s group from Birmingham investigate cell growth within ...…
 
Starting off, we are apologizing for Lea & Kat sounding very congested, as tree sex attempts to kill them by hindering their breathing. Kat gets to gush about her new computer and software she is using to record and edit with (thanks Shannon.) Because new tech is always fun to talk about, and gush about, and get and play with. Why are people so ...…
 
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Counselor Toolbox - Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health Continuing Education | Recovery | Relationships | Clinical | Psychology | Family | Social Work | Mindfulness | CEUs | AllCEUs | By Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
 
Group Therapy (TIP 41) Chapter 1 Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUsTraining Objectives ~ Goal: ◦ Provide an overview of group therapy used in substance abuse treatment. ~ Objectives: ◦ Discuss the use of group therapy in substance abuse treatment. ◦ Define five group therapy models used in substance abuse trea ...…
 
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Digital Health Today | Featuring the leading innovators and innovations reshaping healthcare
 
My guest today is Dr Daisy Robinton. I met Daisy at Wired Health in London earlier this year where she delivered a tremendous talk about CRISPR-Cas9 and once I heard it, I knew I had to ask her to come here on the program to share her insights and inspiration into the field of bioengineering. Daisy is a scientist in gene editing at Harvard Univ ...…
 
On this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio we will learn how amputation impacts dogs and cats' bodies. Our guide is Dr. Denis J. Marcellin-Little, DVM, Diplomate ACVS, VSMR and Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at North Carolina State University. Chances are you're already familiar with Dr. Marcellin-Little's work. Over the last few years he's become ...…
 
Listen to all past episodes of the ERRR podcast here. In this episode of the Education Research Reading Room we were lucky enough to have as our guest Professor Pamela Snow. Pamela is a registered psychologist, having qualified originally in speech pathology. Her research has been funded by nationally competitive schemes such as the ARC Discove ...…
 
ALURA STARTAcesse: https://www.alurastart.com.br/promocao/techNo Nerdologia de hoje vamos ver o que é a febre amarela e porque matar macacos não nos ajuda em nada.Apresentação e Roteiro:Átila Iamarino - http://www.twitter.com/oatilaEdição e Arte:Estúdio 42 - http://www.estudio42.com.brApoio:Paloma Mieko - http://instagram.com/atilaepalomaFONTES ...…
 
Dr. Bruce Lipton is an American developmental biologist best known for promoting the idea that genes and DNA can be manipulated by a person's beliefs. He is the author of the bestselling book, The Biology of Belief, and is a former researcher at Stanford University’s School of Medicine. In 1966, Lipton received a B.A. in biology from C.W. Post ...…
 
On March 30, 2017, Ratio Christi was privileged to host Dr. Paul A Nelson of the Discovery Institute. Why don’t dead cells come back to life? “Because they’re dead!” is the obvious answer, sometimes followed by “what a stupid question” – but the obvious answer conceals a remarkable fact. The material or physical components of a cell, even when ...…
 
Last week we talked about how the smallest creatures behave in space, but now we move up in size a little to small animals, like mice. What missions have they flown on, and how does microgravity affect their biology? We usually record Astronomy Cast every Friday at 1:30 pm PDT / 4:30 pm EDT/ 20:30 PM UTC (8:30 GMT). You can watch us live on Ast ...…
 
Last week we talked about how the smallest creatures behave in space, but now we move up in size a little to small animals, like mice. What missions have they flown on, and how does microgravity affect their biology? We usually record Astronomy Cast every Friday at 1:30 pm PDT / 4:30 pm EDT/ 20:30 PM UTC (8:30 GMT). You can watch us live on Ast ...…
 
Last week we talked about how the smallest creatures behave in space, but now we move up in size a little to small animals, like mice. What missions have they flown on, and how does microgravity affect their biology? We usually record Astronomy Cast every Friday at 1:30 pm PDT / 4:30 pm EDT/ 20:30 PM UTC (8:30 GMT). You can watch us live on Ast ...…
 
Last week we talked about how the smallest creatures behave in space, but now we move up in size a little to small animals, like mice. What missions have they flown on, and how does microgravity affect their biology? We usually record Astronomy Cast every Friday at 1:30 pm PDT / 4:30 pm EDT/ 20:30 PM UTC (8:30 GMT). You can watch us live on Ast ...…
 
Studies shows that teens of today have the same stress and anxiety level of a 1950’s psychiatric patient. Things that make you feel stressed are called "stressors." Stressors can be minor hassles, major lifestyle changes, or a combination of both. What are the major issues that’s causing stress on our teens? School, Family, Physical & Emotional ...…
 
This is the partial transcript. Some components and some updated terms may be missing, but most of what is contained in this transcript is the updated episode 59 (original version) I mentioned I would release. So before I discuss some of the issues and provide some updated and corrected information, as I said in the original episode I’m not pro ...…
 
This is the partial transcript. Some components and some updated terms may be missing, but most of what is contained in this transcript is the updated episode 59 (original version) I mentioned I would release. So before I discuss some of the issues and provide some updated and corrected information, as I said in the original episode I’m not pro ...…
 
Gunes Ozhan earned her Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics at Middle East Technical University in 2003. Shortly after, she was admitted to the Molecular Biology Program of International Max Planck Research School in Göttingen, Germany. She received her PhD in 2009, with her thesis on the molecular evolution o ...…
 
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Counselor Toolbox - Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health Continuing Education | Recovery | Relationships | Clinical | Psychology | Family | Social Work | Mindfulness | CEUs | AllCEUs | By Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
 
Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents CEUs can be earned for this presentation at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/158/c/ Resources ~ This presentation is based, in part, upon ~ a white paper from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network: “Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents” 2003 ~ Child-Witnessed Domestic Vi ...…
 
Dr. Carlise Bethel is the first African-American to graduate from University of Maryland Baltimore County with a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cell Biology. She has worked and received many accolades in the field of cancer research. After taking a non-conventional path after her Ph. D., she is five years into her career in teaching biology and health ...…
 
If the Dalai Lama didn't become a monk, he would have been an engineer. Even today, science and mathematics fascinate him. But in spite of this, many Tibetan monks are unfamiliar with modern science, some not even knowing that the Earth revolves around the sun. In an attempt to remedy this, the Dalai Lama helped to create a program to connect w ...…
 
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Healthy Mind Fit Body
 
(duration 23:43) The seventh and last inner critic we discuss is the inner controller, which tries to control various impulses and choices that might lead to ill effects, although it lacks trust in one’s biological drives and desires. The inner controller tends to use harsh strictures and even shaming tactics, which are indicative of developmen ...…
 
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GARNet UK Plant Science Roundup
 
This weeks UK Arabidopsis Research Roundup includes three papers featuring researchers from the University of Nottingham as well as manuscripts from Leeds, Lancaster, QMUL and The Sainsburys Lab in Norwich Firstly Stefan Kepinski (Leeds) leads a study that investigates how Gravitropic Set Point Angle (GSA) is controlled in response to different ...…
 
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Therapy Chat | Psychotherapy | Mindfulness | Trauma | Attachment | Worthiness | Self Care | Parenting
 
Welcome to episode 76 of the Therapy Chat Podcast with host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C. This week's episode features David Shannahoff-Khalsa. David Shannahoff-Khalsa is the Director of The Research Group for Mind-Body Dynamics at UCSD’s BioCircuits Institute, and a member of the UCSD Center for Integrative Medicine. Prior to coming to UCSD in 1994 he ...…
 
Today on "All of Us" host Greg Grinberg speaks with Valerie Horsley, associate professor in Molelecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at Yale, and founder of ActionTogether New Haven about organizing in New Haven with ActionTogether and their goals for the next few months.
 
Pioneering stem cell research is giving hope to patients with incurable conditions from multiple sclerosis to Alzheimer’s that treatment might one day be possible. It is early days but already some clinics are charging sick patients to take part in experimental therapies, including in the United States. Phil Kemp investigates one Florida-based ...…
 
Pioneering stem cell research is giving hope to patients with incurable conditions from multiple sclerosis to Alzheimer’s that treatment might one day be possible. It is early days but already some clinics are charging sick patients to take part in experimental therapies, including in the United States. Phil Kemp investigates one Florida-based ...…
 
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn some of the latest from Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD on the topics of Lyme disease, detoxification, diet, and much more. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD. Dr. Klinghardt studied medicine & psychology in Freiburg, Germany, completing his PhD o ...…
 
Taste is the oldest of our five senses, and yet perhaps the least understood. It’s far more complicated than salty versus sweet: new research is dramatically expanding our knowledge of taste, showing that it’s intimately connected to obesity, mood, immunity, and more. In this episode, we get into the science of how taste works, why we taste wha ...…
 
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Coleyology Podcast with Coley (Nicole Lemaster)
 
“Your evolutionary past did not design you to know how or have the physical capability of settling you, when you are an infant, your designed NOT to be able to settle by yourself. Somebody is helping you to settle and that is training your system to settle” - Twig talking about the continuum of our developmental organism and deactivation. Antho ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Today on "All of Us" host Greg Grinberg speaks with Valerie Horsley, associate professor in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at Yale, and founder of ActionTogether New Haven about organizing in New Haven with ActionTogether and their goals for the next few months.
 
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