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Hosted by Dr. Thomas Slavin, Chief Medical Officer for Myriad Genetics, Inside the GENOME will be exploring the world of cutting-edge cancer genetics with 2-3 episodes per month. Dr. Slavin will interview those on the front lines of cancer, and those advancing the science of cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. Inside the GENOME - Genetics, Oncology and Me.
 
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Blue Genes and Boots

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Blue Genes and Boots

Texas A&M Genetics Graduate Program

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The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a new podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast
 
Tiny Expeditions is all about taking little journeys into the tiny science of genetics, DNA and inheritance. This podcast doesn't shy away from science, but it's produced with you in mind. Everyone should be able to listen and walk away feeling smarter about the genetic code that defines the world around us.
 
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Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of the Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and provide in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life's biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to.
 
What will the future look like? The Future of Everything offers a kaleidoscope view of the nascent trends that will shape our world. In every episode, join our award-winning team on a new journey of discovery. We’ll take you beyond what’s already out there, and make you smarter about the scientific and technological breakthroughs on the horizon that could transform our lives for the better. Hosted by Janet Babin.
 
Our podcast offers irreverent stories and introduces intriguing personalities from the world of science. For more content from the producers of NOVA scienceNOW -- and to watch our broadcast series online -- visit us at http://www.pbs.org/nova/sciencenow
 
Join DNA Dan as he dives deep into the world of genetics, genomics, DNA, and the future of precision genomic medicine. Dan discusses topics ranging from health and ancestry genetic testing, forensic genetics, genetics and mental health, common myths about genetics, and more. DNA Dan, SCU Professor of Genomics, Dan Handley, M.S., Ph.D., shares his knowledge from his over 30 years of experience in the world of advanced genomics research and biotechnology. For more information about Southern Ca ...
 
The BC Platforms podcast series, ‘From data to health’ brings together innovators representing the ecosystem of users, custodians, contributors of healthcare data. This series is hosted by Dr. Tonu Esko, head of the Estonian Biobank Innovation Center. Each guest sheds light on how they advance and envision the future of health through data.
 
Två skrattiga tjejer som driver en snackig podcast om truecrime. Varannan vecka kommer ni få följa med på en resa genom mord och brott, blandat med att vi pratar om annat. Ni kan vänta er ocensurerade tankar, både kring brotten samt vardagen. Följ med oss på våran nystartade resa! Cover art photo provided by Annie Spratt on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@anniespratt
 
Det här är en pod om medicin och vetenskap, och om hur du kan nå självkännedom och välmående genom yoga. Vi som gör Yogalärarna är Jakob Lidström – fysioterapeut och yogalärare, och Erik Myrberg – läkare och yogalärare.
 
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Under konst-ruktion

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Under konst-ruktion

Karin Annebäck och Sofia Landström

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Historielabbet - Gör om! Gör rätt! är ett fortbildningsprojekt för en mer inkluderande konsthistorieskrivning av Karin Annebäck och Sofia Landström. Vi erbjuder workshops och föreläsningar som synliggör den maktstruktur genom vilken västvärldens konsthistoria har skrivits och motverkar på ett konkret sätt en återupprepning av samma kanon. Kontakta oss via vår mail: nykonsthistoria@gmail.com
 
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The rapid growth of genetic databases worldwide, coupled with fast-decreasing costs and increased technological speed, has raised the possibility of every human genome on Earth being sequenced within this century. This brings to the forefront ethical and legal questions on data privacy and ownership. While a world genomic database would revolutioni…
 
Myriad Live episodes are recordings of an open-forum webinar hosted by Dr. Thomas Slavin. The opinions and views expressed in this recording do not necessarily represent those of Myriad Genetics or its affiliates. To participate in a future recording, visit https://myriad.com/live/ for a list of dates, times, and subjects. References for this episo…
 
I flew to the Bahamas to interview Sam Bankman-Fried, the CEO of FTX! He talks about FTX’s plan to infiltrate traditional finance, giving $100m this year to AI + pandemic risk, scaling slowly + hiring A-players, and much more. Watch on YouTube, or listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or any other podcast platform. Read the full transcript here. Follo…
 
In the latest episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO David Solomon joined Valentijn van Nieuwenhuijzen, CIO of NN Investment Partners, in The Hague to discuss Goldman Sachs’ recent acquisition of NN IP, the economic environment and the challenges facing companies and investors. This episode is repurposed from NN IP’s …
 
A joint investigation by The College of Policing and Fire & Rescue Service and the Independent Office for Police Conduct has found that there are ‘systemic deficiencies’ in the way some police forces deal with allegations of domestic abuse against their own officers. We discuss with Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blythe, National Police Lead for Vio…
 
Australia has many stories from people who say they have long COVID but who are unable to access help | Updated versions of coronavirus vaccines targeting the Omicron variant have been announced, yet the virus still mutates | People with Type 1 diabetes need to monitor their blood glucose but automatic systems are being trialled to assist them | A …
 
The overturning by the US Supreme Court of the landmark Roe v Wade ruling has prompted many of you to get in touch to share your reactions and experiences. But what does the law in the UK say about a woman’s right to an abortion? We hear from Professor Fiona De Londras, the Chair of Global Legal Studies at Birmingham Law School.Aparna Sen is one of…
 
How Will Doctors Train For A Post-Roe World? It’s been one week since Roe v Wade was overturned by the Supreme Court. Many people are still wrapping their heads around what this overturn means for their states— and for their lives. For physicians and medical professionals, there’s another level of fear and concern about what practicing in a world w…
 
Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Regulating Ability This week, in its final round of opinions for the term, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Congress had not explicitly given the Environmental Protection Agency the power to regulate carbon dioxide emissions from power plants under the terms of the Clean Air Act. “Capping carbon dioxide em…
 
In the first episode of our new series Nature hits the books, science journalist Ed Yong joins us to talk about his new book An Immense World, which takes a journey though the weird and wonderful realm of animal senses. In the show, we chat about how our human-centric view of the world has restricted researchers' understanding of animal senses, how…
 
Aparna Sen joins us in the studio. She's one of India's best loved and most successful film directors. Her career has spanned 40 years and she's explored issues around mental health, sexual abuse and infidelity. Aparna is in England for the London Indian Film Festival.The number of NHS midwives in England has fallen by over 600 in a year, according…
 
How is the leader of the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund navigating slowing economic growth, rising inflation and geopolitical conflicts? In Exchanges at Goldman Sachs: Great Investors, we speak with the world’s most respected investors about their investing strategies, career trajectories and their outlook on markets and the economy. In the …
 
How do you stop a Covid surge? Why are clinical trials so white? And what are the limits of HIPAA? Our colleague Eric Boodman joins us to discuss whether an oft-cited federal law can shield reproductive health data from state law enforcement in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned. Then, STAT's Angus Chen calls in to relate the story of an ambi…
 
"Mutations are the price that all animals must pay, starting with jellyfish all the way up to us humans" Today on The G Word, Parker Moss, our Chief Commercial Officer is joined by Professor Robert (Bob) Weinberg. Professor Weinberg is a founding member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and is a well-respected Professor in the MIT …
 
In the Research Round Up series, members of the Cancer.Net Editorial Board discuss the most exciting and practice-changing research in their field and explain what it means for people with cancer. In today’s episode, 4 Cancer.Net Specialty Editors discuss new research in prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicular cancers presented at the 2022 Genito…
 
How do you heal and get through a break up? Annie Lord is Vogue’s dating columnist. She joins Emma Barnett to talk about her debut book, Notes on Heartbreak. A candid exploration of the best and worst of love, she talks about nursing a broken heart and her own attempts to move on in the current dating climate; from disastrous rebound sex to sending…
 
On this episode of Unsupervised Learning Razib talks to his friend Claire Lehmann, founder and editor-in-chief of Quillette magazine, and columnist for The Australian. Though Lehmann’s initial public prominence involved her key role in the “intellectual dark web,” publishing thinkers critical of identity politics like Coleman Hughes, John Wood Jr. …
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with John Rinn from the University of Colorado in Boulder to talk about his work on the role of lncRNAs in gene expression and nuclear organization. The Rinn Lab pioneered the approach of screening the human genome for long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs). More recently, the lab has shifted focus fr…
 
Welcome to Blue Genes and Boots everyone! In this episode, Khushboo and Sarah host Dr. David Stelly, who works primarily on cotton and cytogenetics here at Texas A&M. However, his career didn’t always focus on cotton. Dr. Stelly has experience working with a plethora of crops and has trained countless scientists who have gone on to careers in both …
 
00:47 Enteric viruses may spread through saliva Enteric viruses, such as norovirus, cause a significant health burden around the world and are generally considered to only spread via the faecal-oral route. However, new research in mice suggests that saliva may also be a route of transmission for these viruses, which the authors say could have impor…
 
Ghislaine Maxwell has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping former financier Jeffrey Epstein abuse young girls. We speak to Equality Lawyer Georgina Calvert Lee about her statement in court where she said she empathised with the victims, and hoped her prison sentence would allow them "peace and finality". The killing of Ashling Murphy in…
 
An American pregnant woman who was on holiday in Malta this month couldn't get an induced medical miscarriage when she needed it because of the country's strict abortion laws. Andrea Prudente ended up going to Mallorca to get treatment, where she’s recovering in a hotel. She joined Emma. Zara Aleena, 35, was assaulted as she walked home in East Lon…
 
The scale and sophistication of cyberattacks are rising exponentially. But so are the levels of investment, innovation and corporate activity in the space. In the latest episode of Exchanges at Goldman Sachs, David Campbell, managing director in growth equity in Goldman Sachs Asset Management, and Marco Poletti, Goldman Sachs’ head of Cybersecurity…
 
In the next year, no fewer than seven missions are heading to the Moon. While NASA's Artemis programme might be stealing most of the limelight, the United States is just one of many nations and private companies that soon plan to launch lunar missions. Although some of the agencies running these expeditions are providing scant details about the mis…
 
Dame Kelly Holmes came out as a lesbian last week. The Olympic champion served in the army in the late 1980’s, when you could face prison for being gay as a member of the military. Dame Kelly spoke of her worry that she would still face consequences if she were to let her sexuality be known. It wasn’t until 2000 that a ban on being gay and serving …
 
What an Australian Centre for Disease Control might aim to be; An Indigenous perspective and research to engage culture for protection against cardiovascular disease and stroke; Research on links between mental health and mortality concludes that both mental and physical health can be adversely impacted.…
 
Carrie tells Ross what she learned from watching and studying Buddha Maitreya, a peculiar fellow in Northern California who uses his small online platform to share his divine views on sacred geometry, the problem of evil, the unexpected structure of human personality, and the greatest of all sins: sex. And why should you listen to him? Because he i…
 
In a world exclusive, Kate Bush speaks to Emma Barnett about being discovered by a new generation and making it to number 1 in the UK singles charts 44 years after her first chart-topper Wuthering Heights. Running Up That Hill was first released in 1985 and its use in the Netflix hit series Stranger Things has made Kate Bush a social media and stre…
 
After a long wait, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have finally approved two COVID vaccines for use in children between the ages of six months and five years old. But despite a unanimous decision amongst regulators, parents still have questions about whether to vaccinate their young chi…
 
What Does HIPAA Actually Do? HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is name dropped a lot, but frequently misunderstood. Many are surprised to find that the “P” stands for portability, not privacy. Misunderstandings about what’s protected under the law go way deeper than its name. The law outlines protections only for healt…
 
U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday to overturn Roe v Wade. While there have been rumblings that this decision was going to happen, it’s still a shock to many people in the U.S. In early May, a draft opinion was leaked that had circulated among the court justices, showing a majority of them were in support…
 
For decades, a virtual reality version of the internet has been a staple of science fiction. The metaverse is the latest iteration and it has the potential to become something more than a new gaming platform. But years before Facebook changed its name to Meta and launched huge investments into the space, Philip Rosedale was experiment ing with many…
 
On Wednesday the government announced plans to create a new ‘Bill of Rights’ to Parliament, that will replace the current Human Rights Act. It argues that these reforms will ‘reinforce freedom of speech, enable us to deport more foreign offenders and better protect the public from dangerous criminals’. But organisations that work with female victim…
 
We end our season with our ever-popular, always fascinating listener question show. In this show we'll answer listener questions like: Why humans don't have a tail - even though we have a tailbone?What would happen to your body if you were to die in space?Why the immune system doesn't permanently get rid of herpes viruses?Why the Earth hasn't coole…
 
Investors are facing one of the most challenging backdrops in recent years amid slowing economic growth, rising inflation and geopolitical conflicts. In this special series, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs: Great Investors, we speak with the world’s most respected investors about their investing strategies, career trajectories, and their outlook on mark…
 
A bit over one percent of Americans are of Filipino ancestry, making them one of the largest Asian American subgroups. Unlike Chinese, Mexicans or Europeans, Filipino immigrants are unique in that their homeland, the Philippines, was actually an American colony for five decades, between 1898 and 1946. This is one reason that the level of English fl…
 
Just how powerful is the FDA? Is Merck about to spend $40 billion? And what's a "Puff Bar"? STAT Washington correspondent Nicholas Florko joins us to discuss the FDA's decision to ban the sale of Juul Labs vaping products and a proposal to reduce the amount of nicotine in cigarettes. We’ll also explain the latest news in the life sciences, includin…
 
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