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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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Naked Genetics - Taking a look inside your genes
 
From plants to pathogens, fruit flies to fungi and hamsters to humans, Naked Genetics takes a look at the science of genes. With in-depth interviews, the latest news from the world of genetics, answers to your questions, and our gene of the month, tune in for a look inside your genes...
 
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theplantpathologypodcast
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Current research on plant disease
 
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Permaculture Podcast
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A weekly audio program related to the news, the actors, the technologies, theoretical development, soils, plants animals, bacteria, and fungi related to robust biological systems design for human landscapes known as permaculture.
 
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InfectionRejection
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Podcast of fun things microbiological/immunological - podcast blog: infectionrejection.wordpress.com
 
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Know The Cause Podcast
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Doug Kaufmann, the host of the popular TV show, Know The Cause, he became interested in the subject of fungus as it pertains to disease while working in the area of food allergy.Doug was a U.S. Navy Medical Corpsman attached to the 7th Marine Division in 1970. Upon coming home from Vietnam in 1971, he had strange symptoms that until the early 1980’s, he thought were related to food allergies. A research paper in 1980 entitled “Antigenically Intact Food Macromolecules Exiting The Gut Lumen” o ...
 
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CthulhuWho1's Blog
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A Lovecraftian Gateway to Images and Audio
 
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Naked Genetics - Taking a look inside your genes
 
From plants to pathogens, fruit flies to fungi and hamsters to humans, Naked Genetics takes a look at the science of genes. With in-depth interviews, the latest news from the world of genetics, answers to your questions, and our gene of the month, tune in for a look inside your genes...
 
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Listen to The Lancet Infectious Diseases
 
The Lancet Infectious Diseases is a monthly journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer-reviewed reviews and analysis from around the world. In the monthly podcasts, editors of the journal discuss highlights of the current issue.
 
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Naked Genetics - Taking a look inside your genes
 
From plants to pathogens, fruit flies to fungi and hamsters to humans, Naked Genetics takes a look at the science of genes. With in-depth interviews, the latest news from the world of genetics, answers to your questions, and our gene of the month, tune in for a look inside your genes...
 
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Mad Planet, The by LEINSTER, Murray
 
It is 30,000 years following dramatically changed climate conditions on earth which had let massive amounts of carbon dioxide belch from the interior of the planet into the atmosphere. Over the millenia this would have quite devastating effects on life as it had once been known. Much of the human and animal population would not survive the climate change, and indeed those few humans who did survive knew nothing of all which their predecessors had learned and built. Indeed, they knew not even ...
 
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Chatting with Dr Leonard Richardson
 
Dr. Richardson will take you down Memory Lane and challenge you to dates, places, and people past and present of the Virgin Islands.* Note: Quelbe ("kwell bay") music is the official music of the Virgin Islands and Stanley (on flute) and his band, The Ten Sleepless Knights (TSK), are the Kings of Quelbe. Also called "scratch" or "fungi", quelbe is a form of a folk story. * Stanley and TSK have become the band of choice for most quadrille dances, senior citizens social functions, educational, ...
 
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Renewable materials. Living production. Grown and further growing constructions. Living products. Algae, bacteria, fungi can be utilized in an industrial context. But how can we make use of their adaptability, resilience, their huge variety and fast reproduction? Which processes and products can be realized already? Manifold answers are being d ...…
 
Have you ever considered that you might be walking, sitting, and sleeping in ways that are harmful to your body? Did you know that it's possible to biohack your mind and it's relation to your body, to effectively cancel out poor habits of thought and movement? In this info-packed conversation, our guest Aaron Alexander teaches us all about atti ...…
 
AFFORDABLE KETONE TESTING AT LAST Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” hosts this podcast dedicated to featuring listener testimonials and stories about their journey using intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy, along with noted Toronto-bas ...…
 
Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” hosts this podcast dedicated to featuring listener testimonials and stories about their journey using intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy, along with noted Toronto-based nephrologist and fasting expert ...…
 
David in Bogota might have raised a few eyebrows in the CrowdScience office with his questions – can plants talk? And can they hear us talking to them? But actually scientists now know that plants do have the ability to communicate with the world around them to a much greater extent than previously thought. Some scientists even talk about plant ...…
 
David in Bogota might have raised a few eyebrows in the CrowdScience office with his questions – can plants talk? And can they hear us talking to them? But actually scientists now know that plants do have the ability to communicate with the world around them to a much greater extent than previously thought. Some scientists even talk about plant ...…
 
We’re used to seeing famous works of art and historical artifacts marred by the elements. They can be eroded by wind and water, faded by sunlight, or nibbled by insects. But cultural relics can also be damaged by hordes of even tinier invaders: bacteria, fungi, and algae.“Microorganisms are a big problem for cultural heritage,” says Franco Pall ...…
 
Science The world's art is under attackby microbes Bacteria and fungi are a menace to paintings, sculptures, and ancient artifacts.
 
Have you ever considered that you might be walking, sitting, and sleeping in ways that are harmful to your body? Did you know that it's possible to biohack your mind and it's relation to your body, to effectively cancel out poor habits of thought and movement? In this info-packed conversation, our guest Aaron Alexander teaches us all about atti ...…
 
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), infectious disease are caused by pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi) that spread directly or indirectly from one person to another. The most common infectious diseases are the common cold, flu, strep throat, the stomach flu, and urinary tract infection (UTI). Depen ...…
 
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Podcast | Radio Free Deimos
 
Deimos! What happens on Deimos stays on Deimos. Unless it moves at over 4.7 kilometers/hour. Episode 18: On the Economy. The hosts discuss stocks, economic laws, Marsco, and being a part of a completely integrated consumer economy…and lose their last two listeners. ♃ 2.02 — a few page references. Most of what we know about HSD economy comes fro ...…
 
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Today Daily Devotional
 
Scripture Reading: 1 Kings 8:22-24, 37-40 Forgive and act . . . so that they will fear you all the time they live in the land you gave our ancestors. 1 Kings 8:39-40 Whenmildew makes its debut in my garden, my first response is anger. I amindignant when bugs or worms or fungi come to ruin my plants. I getexasperated when I see evidence of anima ...…
 
This programme looks at the issue of crop protection - a huge area of concern for many farmers. Charlotte Smith visits the agriculture department at the University of Reading, to find out about the latest trends in crop protection, and the research being carried out into possible new methods of keeping pests at bay. With neonicotinoids currentl ...…
 
This programme looks at the issue of crop protection - a huge area of concern for many farmers. Charlotte Smith visits the agriculture department at the University of Reading, to find out about the latest trends in crop protection, and the research being carried out into possible new methods of keeping pests at bay. With neonicotinoids currentl ...…
 
There is a wave of resistance to the further use of synthetic nutrients and chemical pesticides when growing cannabis. Cannabis producers are now building living microbe and fungal communities in their soil to produce thriving and healthy cannabis plants with large yields that can protect themselves from pests. On this week's episode of Shaping ...…
 
Veteran health podcaster, blogger, international speaker, and bestselling author Jimmy Moore from “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” hosts this podcast dedicated to featuring listener testimonials and stories about their journey using intermittent, alternate day, and extended fasting. Jimmy, along with noted Toronto-based nephrologist and fasting expert ...…
 
📌 28 июня — Питер | клуб BarbaraБилеты: http://bit.ly/2017_spbИнформация: http://bit.ly/spb_event📌30 июня — Москва | клуб Rock HouseБилеты: http://bit.ly/tickets_MOSCOWИнформация: http://bit.ly/msk_eventВыпуск №544.Поддержите проект Неновости на https://you.support/nenovosti (если хотите, конечно)! VK Неновости: http://vkontakte.ru/nenovostiATG ...…
 
Story 1 - What will 2050 be like in western Canada Recently the CBC website posted an article by Tara Carman about the potential changes that will take place in British Columbia in the next 30 years with just a 2.5C increase in temperature. The story paints a troubling picture for Canada's westernmost province. It's no secret that our weather h ...…
 
Terri-Ann Berry from Unitec spoke to Bryan Crump about her research into breaking down toxic asbestos with plants, bacteria and fungi.
 
https://earthwiseradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/EW-06-14-17-Making-Biofuel-Cost-Effective.mp3 Biofuels are considered to be a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. However, they are generally more expensive than competing fossil fuels. Government subsidies, such as we have for ethanol in this country, have been necessary to make biofue ...…
 
In 1859, Charles Darwin included a novel tree of life in his trailblazing book on the theory of evolution, On the Origin of Species. Now, scientists want to update the idea.“The goal is to transform a two-dimensional tree into one that is multi-dimensional…”A new era in science has emerged without a clear path to portraying the impacts of micro ...…
 
Does your back hurt? Has it ever? Have you considered taking drugs, or even being cut open in a somewhat experimental surgical procedure? Most of us have had some personal experience with back pain, and have sought out a temporary, if not a permanent solution to this sometimes debilitating condition. The trouble is that with drugs and surgery, ...…
 
This episode: Beneficial microbes defend roundworms against a pathogen and pressure it to evolve to cause less disease! Download Episode (7.7 MB, 8.4 minutes) Show notes: News item Journal Paper: Ford SA, Kao D, Williams D, King KC. 2016. Microbe-mediated host defence drives the evolution of reduced pathogen virulence. Nat Commun 7:13430. Other ...…
 
This episode: Beneficial microbes defend roundworms against a pathogen and pressure it to evolve to cause less disease! Download Episode (7.7 MB, 8.4 minutes) Show notes: News item Journal Paper: Ford SA, Kao D, Williams D, King KC. 2016. Microbe-mediated host defence drives the evolution of reduced pathogen virulence. Nat Commun 7:13430. Other ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
The world’s oldest fossil mushroom was preserved in limestone, an extraordinarily rare event. (Photo by Jared Thomas/Drawing by Danielle Ruffatto) BOB HIRSHON (host): Mushrooms of the dinosaurs. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. 115 million years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, a two-inch tall mushroom toppled over and fell into ...…
 
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Science Update Podcast – Daily Edition
 
The world’s oldest fossil mushroom was preserved in limestone, an extraordinarily rare event. (Photo by Jared Thomas/Drawing by Danielle Ruffatto) BOB HIRSHON (host): Mushrooms of the dinosaurs. I’m Bob Hirshon and this is Science Update. 115 million years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, a two-inch tall mushroom toppled over and fell into ...…
 
Hikurangi Enterprises recently harvested its first crop of industrial hemp and is carrying out R and D on a local fungi, kanuka and kina. Panapa Ehau is its managing director and he tells Wallace the charitable company is more about allowing locals to live off the whenua than maximising profits.
 
Hikurangi Enterprises recently harvested its first crop of industrial hemp and is carrying out R and D on a local fungi, kanuka and kina. Panapa Ehau is its managing director and he tells Wallace the charitable company is more about allowing locals to live off the whenua than maximising profits.
 
Hello cubicle coughers, open space sneezers, corner office blowers, home den fevers and coffee shop sore throats. My name is Brock Armstrong and I am… not the Workplace Hero. The goal of this podcast is to make you into a Workplace Hero. Plus I am currently not feeling all that heroic. If you have been listening to this podcast for a while, you ...…
 
We are designed to grow up, have babies, and then get out of the way. Our children are the rocket; we’re the solid fuel rocket boosters that are meant to be jettisoned. We’re dead weight after reproducing with no advantage to the species by living beyond reproductive years. There is no genetic impetus to have us live a long time and become a dr ...…
 
Microbes, such as the fungi-like kauri dieback disease, use chemicals to sense their world - and understanding this might help us to develop new treatments.
 
Scientists are paying increasing attention to the “indoor microbiome,” the billions of bacteria, viruses and fungi that we share our homes and offices with. But not all those micro-organisms are bad for us, experts note. And exposure to a rich array of indoor germs may actually be salutary, helping stave off a variety of illnesses.So there is g ...…
 
To many of us who live in California, oak woodlands may seem rather ordinary. In reality, that is not the case. Oak woodlands are home to more species of plants, fungi, birds, reptiles, amphibians,... Welcome to the 20th year of Radio Curious, half hour interviews on a curiously wide variety of topics about life and ideas. All of the almost 400 ...…
 
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The Life Stylist Podcast
 
Sex, love, and intimacy - The great mysteries of life. Our guest Neil Strauss is a seven-time New York Times best-selling author and has spent the better part of ten years devoting his life (and writing) to learning the ins and outs of romantic relationships, and how to make them work. From his days as a pickup artist in his book The Game to hi ...…
 
UFOlogists Sam Rose and Brian Bahe talk with comedian Joseph Tolpi (@JosephTolpi, With a Little Feeling Comedy Show) about a yellow oval shaped UFO over Seminary, Louisiana; multiple UFOs seen by a cigarette smoker at Slidell, Louisiana; and a fleet of UFOs videotaped floating over New Orleans, Louisiana. Twitter and Instagram: @UFOlogyPodcast ...…
 
This week, we hear a few updates on stories from our archives. The Boston Globe Spotlight team shines light on sexual abuse at elite New England boarding schools, and it prompts more investigations and more allegations. Plus, we follow scientists who are recreating ancient forests, and tracking the effects of climate change on moose. And we hea ...…
 
Another Epic episode with Martin. We talk about the art world, hustling, recognition, frustration, and self-fulfilment. How art and music is a bridge to the place that connects society together. How life is a chess game and how the free will of ants is hijacked by fungi. We discuss the intelligence of nature and evolution. How Einstein was snog ...…
 
https://earthwiseradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/EW-06-01-17-Increasing-Biological-Invasions.mp3 Invasive species have been a problem for quite some time. Over the years, we have grappled with – among other things – invasive plants from Japan, zebra mussels from eastern Europe, and Asian fungus that kills off ash trees in our forests. Rece ...…
 
By Virginia MorellPUBLISHED MAY 30, 2017A new species of flying squirrel has been found in the Pacific Northwest. It’s been dubbed Humboldt’s flying squirrel, in honor of the great naturalist Alexander von Humboldt.The discovery means that three—not two—species of the furred gliders live in North America, and it changes our understanding of how ...…
 
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DUBLAND The Podcast
 
This week BIG NEWS - PJ is moving to the South-side, Suzanne has literally groomed him into a south sider! PJ is on one about the banks and Suzanne wants to start a campaign to free the Dingle one, Fungi!#InUrEars with your money!
 
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The Life Stylist Podcast
 
Are you ready for the reefer revolution? Well, regardless of whether you are or not, weed is here, and it's not going away anytime soon. Its use is quickly becoming legalized all over the country, and its acceptance as a legitimate medicine shows no signs of slowing down. Humans have been using marijuana for as far back as history takes us in c ...…
 
This week on Terra Informa, we discuss the orchid collection at Edmonton’s own Muttart Conservatory and learn how fungi can be used as more than just “fun guys” in your garden or farm. Download episode now. Orchids in Edmonton Most citizens of Edmonton are aware of the Muttart Conservatory, but not a lot of them know […]…
 
This episode: Fungus-eating flies transfer viruses that help make fungi less harmful to plants! Download Episode (7.8 MB, 8.5 minutes) Show notes: Another example of viruses doing weird things in this fungus Journal Paper: Liu S, Xie J, Cheng J, Li B, Chen T, Fu Y, Li G, Wang M, Jin H, Wan H, Jiang D. 2016. Fungal DNA virus infects a mycophagou ...…
 
This episode: Fungus-eating flies transfer viruses that help make fungi less harmful to plants! Download Episode (7.8 MB, 8.5 minutes) Show notes: Another example of viruses doing weird things in this fungus Journal Paper: Liu S, Xie J, Cheng J, Li B, Chen T, Fu Y, Li G, Wang M, Jin H, Wan H, Jiang D. 2016. Fungal DNA virus infects a mycophagou ...…
 
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Les Adams Dancefloor Classics
 
Playlist For 26th May 2017 Ride The Groove – The Players Association Keep On – D Train Burnin’ Hot – Jermaine Jackson Give It To Me Baby – Rick James Whatever It Takes – Olympic Runners The Groove Machine – Hamilton Bohannon You Gave Me Love – Crown Heights Affair Fungi Mama (Bebopafunkadiscolypso) – Tom Browne Boogie Joe (The Grinder) – Quincy ...…
 
We are joined by nephrologist and obesity researcher Dr Jason Fung. Dr Fung is a researcher and clinician who is achieving superb results using fasting in the treatment of both obesity and diabetes. Dr Fung’s work brings together critical insights on insulin resistance, the nature of long term obesity, the weight set-point and how to alter it, ...…
 
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