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Our guest today is Dr. Bruce Lipton. This is the 2nd part of our interview. Dr. Lipton is an internationally recognized leader in bridging the gap between science and spirituality. He is a stem cell biologist, a bestselling author and a pioneer in biology and epigenetics. He has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as ...…
 
Dr. Amanda Quist takes us through a typical warm-up for the Westminster Choir College freshman choir. You’ll learn how, in just 5-7 minutes, she addresses the building blocks of great sound. Plus, you’ll take some fun detours into topics like cell phone policy and how to classify voices. Listen: Highlight to Tweet: “You need to have 3 ways to s ...…
 
We somehow survived the time change in North America. Seriously, why won't everybody just get on the same page and change time in every country at the same time. Or, perhaps everybody not change the time at all. Either way, in the spirit of international cooperation I propose that we all do it at the same time. Okay? Okay! Science News Roundup ...…
 
ROB McCONNELL - Well, the young Rob McConnell, who was raised in the multicultural area of Montreal known as Park Extension accomplished all his life goals, including being a musician, a police officer, artist, broadcaster and now is taking on new and exciting adventures in life and learning each and every day. Music has always been a part of R ...…
 
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ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Podcast
 
In this episode of Antic the Atari 8-bit podcast: Bill Kendrick returns with a segment on the Lantronix and BBSing on your Atari, we cover lots of new hardware upgrades, Nir Dary talks about the RAM-Cart 1M, and we have our usual segments on what’s new at Archive.org and what’s happening in the Atari 8-bit world. READY! Recurring Links Floppy D ...…
 
In Part Two of this interview, award-winning screenwriter and author of the debut novel All Our Wrong Todays, Elan Mastai, returned to talk about his fiction debut, the science of time travel, and finding inspiration in dark places. The writer and producer has written movies for both indie and Hollywood studios, including scripts for Fox, Sony, ...…
 
A podcast about movie making and the scifi featurette, Daughter of God, with Director Shri Fugi Spilt, (Dan Kelly). A new why clarifies the podcast, why make movies? http://dog.movie/media/episode_014.mp4 This video link opens a new tab, might be better for browsers. Greetings wide world, we’re deep into the Daughter of Godcast, with me Dan Kel ...…
 
Creare un mondo di teatro in Ticino.Markus Zohner incontra Vania Luraschi, organizzatrice di teatro.Nella seconda puntata della serie “La Creazione del Mondo Arte | Scienza | Vita” si parla di teatro. Chi poteva intervistare Markus, se non Vania Luraschi che fa teatro da quando era alle scuole elementari? Vania ci racconta la storia del teatro ...…
 
Welcome to episode 25 of Virtual Pizza, I’m Phil Olson and we’ve got an extravaganza of pizza toppings this week! We have My Last 3 Slices, Loads of entertainment news and my recommendation of the week. My last 3 slices Continuing with Netflix exclusive Daredevil - nearly at the end of season 1, fantastic show, violent at times but the characte ...…
 
Einstein A Go Go – 7th August 2016 Dr Ray, Dr Euan, Dr Jen and Dr Shane News items: Staphylococcus Aureus in your nose and antibiotic resistance, waste control using seagulls, mapping brain development, vicroads public service announcements and measuring the limits of the optical system. First guest: Dr Tracy Heng Head of the Stem Cells and Tra ...…
 
Dr Shane, Dr Jenny, Dr Ray and Dr Euan bring you this week’s science news, including why certain bacteria favour particular host noses, using seagulls to spot illegal dumping of waste, analysing brain changes as teenagers mature, a new measurement of eye sensitivity, and the University of Melbourne’s upcoming Science Festival. The team talk to ...…
 
Dr Shane, Dr Jenny, Dr Ray and Dr Euan bring you this week’s science news, including why certain bacteria favour particular host noses, using seagulls to spot illegal dumping of waste, analysing brain changes as teenagers mature, a new measurement of eye sensitivity, and the University of Melbourne’s upcoming Science Festival. The team talk to ...…
 
Kevin Bailey, President of VF Action Sports and CEO of Vans (VF Corporation) spoke to a group of business students at the Irvine campus and it was recorded as a podcast for this episode of Brandman Speaks. Joining in the discussion is Joe Cockrell, vice chancellor of Communications for Brandman University. During the podcast, students asked que ...…
 
Dr. Angela Belcher is an MIT professor and a MacArthur genius. She teaches comedians Aparna Nancherla, Josh Sharp, and Bobby Smithney about how she uses viruses and bacteria to build next generation batteries, solar cells, and much more. She is literally a genius. Recorded at the 2016 Cambridge Science Festival with funding from MIT's de Florez ...…
 
[archive] This week’s Shakespeare news review includes put-downs, Africa, Seattle, and more Bard from around the world. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history. Story Links 16 Put-Downs From Shakespeare. Insults Don’t Get More Epic The continual riddle of Shakespeare’s Pericles Celebrating heroism, debauche ...…
 
It's all happening in town at the moment - the 2016 Perth Writers Festival! It's a yearly celebration of writing, literature, non-fiction and the authors and ideas behind the covers of a massive range of genres. Here's a round-up of some of the interviews that I've conducted; they've been aired on local community radio station RTRFM as a part o ...…
 
This week, Chan, Ola and Mikey have a call to talk about Chan's new Apple Watch, some follow up about the House Fly Disease, turning into somebody else and how to interact with aliens coming to Earth. Couple words of warning: I tried to bleep out what I could and I may have missed a couple words here are there... My bad. We always advise to wea ...…
 
[archive] This week’s Shakespeare news review includes Kentucky Shakespeare’s Shakespeare in the Parks Tour, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, Ghostface Killah, Psychological Science, and “10 ways Shakespeare changed everything”. PLUS our usual recap of this week’s daily highlights in Shakespearean history. Story Links Kentucky Shakespeare: Secon ...…
 
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Looking for the Perfect Beat Radio Show
 
FEEL FREE TO FEATURE THE SHOW!!!Irvin Cee started as from January 3, 2014 with his radio show “Looking for the Perfect Beat”.“Looking for the Perfect Beat” is the same name as his radio show back in the eighties.Just like in those days, the show is “Dance” music only. A variety of the best and newest Deep House, House, Tech House and Techno wil ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell attended the University of Glasgow, where she received a bachelor’s degree (1965) in physics. She proceeded to the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a doctorate (1969) in radio-astronomy. As a research assistant at Cambridge, she aided in constructing a large radio telescope and in 1967, discover ...…
 
Thao P. Nguyen is a Artist, Activist, and Academic. She just finished up a solo performance run of her show Fortunate Daughter at Berkeley’s Impact Theatre. Erik Core talks to Thao about her training in performance art and comedy, studying under comedy legend W. Kamau Bell, and winning his “W. Kamau Bell Solo Performance Black Belt,” a distinct ...…
 
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, Alan Dove, and Kathy Spindler Vincent, Rich, Alan and Kathy review H7N9 infections in China, the debate over patenting genes, and receptor-binding by ferret-transmissible avian H5 influenza virus. Links for this episode: Francois Jacob dies (The Loom) WHO updates on H7N9 H7N9 is unusually dangerous (Scien ...…
 
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This Week in Virology
 
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, Dickson Despommier, Alan Dove, and Kathy Spindler The complete TWiV team reviews the controversial publication of the HeLa cell genome, a missing vial of Guanarito virus in a BSL-4 facility, and human infections with avian influenza H7N9 virus. Links for this episode: Containment plan for poliovirus (pdf, ...…
 
Belinda, Rachael, Tom and Jack talk 3D printers and handguns, reframing science, skepticism and critical thinking, and harvesting stem cells from dead bodies. Plus, time travel logic in blockbuster films, supplement marketing and Tom's Melbourne Fringe Festival show.
 
Jane Espenson, writer producer. Her early work was primarily in comedy and included stints at Dinosaurs and Ellen. She later moved to the hour-long format where she wrote episodes for shows including Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, The O.C., Gilmore Girls, The Inside, Dollhouse, Battlestar Galactica, Capric ...…
 
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Talking Anthropology
 
In this episode you hear the keynote speech of Gustavo Lins Ribeiro – a famous Brasilian Anthropologist – with the title “What’s in a copy“. He gave this speech at the biannual conference of the german society of ethnology in the austrian academy of science . The introduction to the speaker is held by Prof. Andre Gingrich and after the talk we ...…
 
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The Naked Scientists Podcast
 
This week we find out about bionic bodies. We discover whether it's possible to mend a broken heart with stem cells as well as investigate if soft nanobots could soon be delivering drugs around our bodies. We also bring you the highlights from this years British Science Festival. Plus, in Kitchen Science, we hit the kitchen to investigate one o ...…
 
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The Naked Scientists Podcast
 
This week we find out about bionic bodies. We discover whether it's possible to mend a broken heart with stem cells as well as investigate if soft nanobots could soon be delivering drugs around our bodies. We also bring you the highlights from this years British Science Festival. Plus, in Kitchen Science, we hit the kitchen to investigate one o ...…
 
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The Naked Scientists Podcast
 
This week on the Award Winning Naked Scientists we find out about stem cells and cloning. We discuss the elusive 'stemness' that allows cells to specialise, and learn about cloning in the post-Dolly the sheep era. We also find out how genetics has revealed that Neanderthals were redheads, how soap affects shoals of fish and some turtles come eq ...…
 
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The Naked Scientists Podcast
 
This week on the Award Winning Naked Scientists we find out about stem cells and cloning. We discuss the elusive 'stemness' that allows cells to specialise, and learn about cloning in the post-Dolly the sheep era. We also find out how genetics has revealed that Neanderthals were redheads, how soap affects shoals of fish and some turtles come eq ...…
 
The movie-makers in the Best Cinematography category did an excellent job with the overall visual impact of their film: lighting, composition and camera angles, photography, and framing. They did an exceptional job of making sure that the visual information in their movie told their story well. The nominees are: Drugs, Are You Addicted? Dude, W ...…
 
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