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BioTalk
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BioTalk is a pro-life video series about all things bioethics, especially those issues related to human biotechnology — cloning, embryonic stem cell research, genetic engineering, transhumanism, etc… Hosted by: Chelsea Zimmerman: Chelsea is the editor-in-chief for Catholic Lane and a managing editor at Ignitum Today. She often writes and speaks about life issues and Catholic spirituality. She has been featured on EWTN’s Life on the Rock. Her website is Reflections of a Paralytic. Rebecca Tay ...
 
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Brian Johnston and Ashley McPartlin discuss legislation introduced for the two-year session of the California legislature 2017 2018 Brian gives background on the nature of legislation; it is simply being ideas that are enforced. There is a critical need for pro-life individuals to be aware of, and comfortable in the realm of ideas. If you are n ...…
 
MP3 Do you find yourself or your children passing time with a fidget spinner at hand? Listen to Don and Timmerie this week as they talk about its fast growing trend. They also discuss embryonic stem cell research, the LGBT play for five year olds that was cancelled, and the marketing campaign for a male romper the “Romphim”.…
 
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Church Militant Headlines Feed
 
Deadly Terror Attack in Manchester ISIS claiming responsibility for suicide bombing at Ariana Grande concert. FULL STORY Philippines Law Banning Rosaries in Cars Formerly devout nation is becoming secularized. FULL STORY COMING SOON 40 Republicans Asking Trump to Oust NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins' support of embryonic stem cell research con ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent events feed
 
Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon were awarded the Nobel Prize in 2012 "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent". This enabled researchers and physicians to produce stem cells from patient tissues through an easy induction process. These induced pluripotent stem cells (iPCs) are the answer to many problems ...…
 
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Chaos Computer Club - recent audio-only feed
 
Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon were awarded the Nobel Prize in 2012 "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent". This enabled researchers and physicians to produce stem cells from patient tissues through an easy induction process. These induced pluripotent stem cells (iPCs) are the answer to many problems ...…
 
For over a decade Crop Circle Secrets has led the way in helping the public make an informed decision on the origin of crop circles. Its factual research has provided an antidote to deliberate falsification of the genuine phenomenon by skeptics, hoaxers and their allies in the media. Crop circles are scientifically proven to be manifestations o ...…
 
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The 'X' Zone Radio/TV Show
 
Crop Circles : Secrets In The Fields - For over a decade Crop Circle Secrets has led the way in helping the public make an informed decision on the origin of crop circles. Its factual research has provided an antidote to deliberate falsification of the genuine phenomenon by skeptics, hoaxers and their allies in the media. Crop circles are scien ...…
 
Tweet Liberals – Conservatives – What’s the Difference? The epithets conservatives or liberals are used to describe political and economic views and affiliations. The meaning of “conservative” or “liberal” could be different in different contexts – social, economic and political. They also differ in usage in different countries and over time. B ...…
 
Georgette Forney, speaker.The acceptance of legalized assisted suicide, combined with the erosion of conscientious rights in healthcare decisions, demands that we as Christians be better prepared to address aging and dying concerns for ourselves and loved one. In this workshop Georgette Forney will outline ways to equip and empower yourself so ...…
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 78 of The Stem Cell Podcast where we discuss the stem cell hamburger. Please visit stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: Time for an update to science ...…
 
The live recording of our Cafe Series (an adult faith event in which a topic is addressed and questions raised - Catholics asking for faith explanations) on November 3, 2016. Topic was "Of Religion and politics". What issues do we as Catholics need to be must concerned about as we vote? Can we vote for a pro-abortion candidate? Why is abortion, ...…
 
In this installment of the Blue Streak Science Podcast we have expanded the Science Roundup from three to six topics. It's so much fun talking about the latest science that even the expanded version seems to end way too soon. How can one not like it? We talked about newly discovered antibiotic properties of Tasmanian Devil milk, and wondered al ...…
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 77 of The Stem Cell Podcast. With the election right around the corner we wanted to take a departure from the “norm” and discuss how the election might impact science and science policy. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin […] Th ...…
 
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Thriving Launch Podcast
 
SUMMARY The power of belief determines the power of your personality. Today’s world is very stressful and filled with negativities created by most people because of having unattained goals or having unwanted things. It is very common to hear people blaming their genes for everything that are happening to them. In this interview with Dr. Bruce L ...…
 
During an average lifetime, a human heart beats two-and-a-half billion times. But how does it start, and what came first—the heart or the beating? Scientists think they put their finger on the first heartbeat, which occurs in the embryo long before there’s anything that even remotely resembles the heart, as reported in the journal eLIFE. The st ...…
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 75 of The Stem Cell Podcast, in today’s episode we discuss stem cells and culture conditions with Dr. Joshua Brickman. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up and discuss the latest science/stem ...…
 
A scientist in Sweden has started trying to edit the DNA in healthy human embryos, NPR has learned.The step by the developmental biologist Fredrik Lanner makes him the first researcher known to attempt to modify the genes of healthy human embryos. That has long been considered taboo because of safety and ethical concerns.Lanner is attempting to ...…
 
For 100 million years, all our ancestors reproduced basically the same way. A male reproductive organ deposited sperm into a female reproduction organ, where it could fertilize eggs — leading to baby ancestral tetrapods, mammals, primates, and eventually humans. The past 60 years have seen this begin to change, first with clinically available a ...…
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 74 of The Stem Cell Podcast. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up, sponsored by Biotechne and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: A ban on antibacterial soap. Zika virus spre ...…
 
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon review several new human "hacks" that will save and lengthen lives. Artificial Pancreas Is First To Raise $1 Million Under New Crowdfunding Rules A company creating an “artificial pancreas” for diabetics this week became the first startup to raise $1 million using new type of online stock sale open to t ...…
 
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University of Minnesota Health Talk Sound Clips
 
Oct. 17, 2005 - Stem cell researchers, led by Dan Kaufman, have coaxed human embryonic stem cells to create cancer-killing cells in the laboratory.
 
Welcome to Episode 71 where we will discuss stem cells and breast cancer. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up, sponsored by Biotechne and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: Antibiotics may help fight ...…
 
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Innovations Medical Podcast with Dr. Bill Johnson
 
Carrie McClure: New advances in medicine are improving our lives almost every day and one of the most exciting developments is the use of stem cells. Dr. Bill Johnson of Innovations Medical cell center is here to talk about the stem cell work done right here in north Texas. It’s very exciting and it’s good to see you. Dr. Bill Johnson: Good mor ...…
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 70 on new MS therapies. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up, sponsored by Biotechne and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: Greasy heads help swordfish swim. Big hole in ozo ...…
 
Welcome everyone to Episode 68. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up, sponsored by Biotechne and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: Imodium AD overdoses? Sense of touch and Autism. New names for elemen ...…
 
Welcome aboard everyone to Episode 66, we are back with another informative episode. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. The Science Round Up We begin with the world famous Science Round Up, sponsored by Biotechne and discuss the latest science/stem cell news including: scientists talk ...…
 
This is Special English. I am Sam Duckett in Beijing. Here is the news. China is open to space cooperation with all nations including the United States. The heavyweight of China's space program, China's first astronaut Yang Liwei, made the remark recently on the occasion of the anniversary of China's first satellite launch 46 years ago. Yang sa ...…
 
This is Special English. I am Sam Duckett in Beijing. Here is the news. China is open to space cooperation with all nations including the United States. The heavyweight of China's space program, China's first astronaut Yang Liwei, made the remark recently on the occasion of the anniversary of China's first satellite launch 46 years ago. Yang sa ...…
 
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Science Hour
 
In a major advance in the field of embryology, scientists this week have kept human embryos alive in petri dishes for record amounts of time. The legal limit for keeping fertilised human embryos in the lab is 14 days, a cut-off point set in 1979. Back then, scientists were able to keep embryos alive for only a few days, meaning the limit was on ...…
 
Researchers have broken the record for growing human embryos in the lab, keeping them alive and active beyond the stage when they would naturally implant in a mother’s womb.The feat has been hailed as a milestone in the field, but the work by two teams of researchers in the US and the UK puts scientists into direct conflict with a decades-old l ...…
 
In a major advance in the field of embryology, scientists this week have kept human embryos alive in petri dishes for record amounts of time. The legal limit for keeping fertilised human embryos in the lab is 14 days, a cut-off point set in 1979. Back then, scientists were able to keep embryos alive for only a few days, meaning the limit was on ...…
 
In a major advance in the field of embryology, scientists this week have kept human embryos alive in petri dishes for record amounts of time. The legal limit for keeping fertilised human embryos in the lab is 14 days, a cut-off point set in 1979. Back then, scientists were able to keep embryos alive for only a few days, meaning the limit was on ...…
 
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Forbidden Doctor: Revealing Forbidden Health Secrets!
 
As the prevailing theory of cancer continues to be discardedmore and more by researchers, Dr. Jack and Mary discuss thehistorical turning points that put us on this path, and where wemight have gotten things wrong. The "mature cell failing to die theory" (apoptosis) of cancerhas been with us for several decades now, and may be having it'slast m ...…
 
Alright everyone, we are so happy to be back after our short podcast break, and we are excited to kick things off with a fantastic guest. As always go to stemcellpodcast.com for all of our episodes and to sign up for the newsletter. In this episode, our new hosts Dr.Kiki and Dr. Daylon James, […] The post Ep. 63: “Reprogrammed Stomach” Featurin ...…
 
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Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms | Type 1 Diabetes |
 
"The Human Trial" is a documentary in process about a potential new treatment for type 1 diabetes. Stacey talks to director Lisa Hepner about her life with type 1 and why she wanted to share this story. The movie features ViaCyte, a California biotech firm testing a stem cell treatment for T1D. They have FDA approval to test only the fourth emb ...…
 
Transcription Chad: Are you tired and fatigued? Are you frustrated with doctors because they don’t seem to listen? Do you want to fix your pain without surgery? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we are the clinic for you. We offer Tulsa Prolotherapy, platelet-rich plasma therapy and stem cell injections, IV nutritional therapi ...…
 
When we hear the term “Stem Cell Research”, we automatically think of controversy, and the conflict between religious groups and medical researchers that stole headlines in the lead up to the 2000 election. Today, stem cell research has progressed beyond using cells from embryos and is now an essential part of medical research – and potentially ...…
 
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