Best jennifer ouellette podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Virtually Speaking Science
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Informal conversations hosted by science writers Alan Boyle, Jennifer Ouellette, Kelly Hills and Tom Levenson, who, with their guests, explore the often-volatile landscape of science, politics and policy, the history and economics of science, science deniers and its relationship to democracy, and the role of women in the sciences. Produced by Sherry Reson. Hosted in Second Life by the Exploratorium.
 
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The Limit Does Not Exist
 
In this very special episode, we bring you our KPCC live show from Los Angeles! We speak with the brilliant science writer Jennifer Ouellette about serendipity, cultivating openness and what makes us who we are. Plus jiu jitsu, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and so much more. Then we pass the mic to American Public Media's The Mash-Up Americans for a ...…
 
Jennifer Ouellette is a freelance science writer, editor and book author. Her work has appeared in Physics World, Discover, New Scientist, Physics Today, Salon and Nature. In 2010, she published the book “The Calculus Diaries: How Math Can Help You Lose Weight, Win in Vegas, and Survive a Zombie Apocalypse.” With a degree in English literature, ...…
 
Sean Carroll is a Research Professor of theoretical physicist at the California Institute of Technology. He received his Ph.D. in 1993 from Harvard University. His research focuses on fundamental physics and cosmology, especially issues of dark matter, dark energy, spacetime symmetries, and the origin of the universe. Recently, Carroll has work ...…
 
In 1919 a bizarre catastrophe struck Boston's North End: A giant storage tank failed, releasing 2 million gallons of molasses into a crowded business district at the height of a January workday. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Boston Molasses Disaster, which claimed 21 lives and inscribed a stic ...…
 
In 1919 a bizarre catastrophe struck Boston's North End: A giant storage tank failed, releasing 2 million gallons of molasses into a crowded business district at the height of a January workday. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of the Boston Molasses Disaster, which claimed 21 lives and inscribed a stic ...…
 
“God Himself … Shall Redeem His People” Abinadi is like a Spy-Prophet-Debater-Theologian as he sneaks back into the land of Shilom, speaks out against wickedness of king and people, and finally digs into some hard-hitting theology as he debates Noah and his priests. These chapters address themes such as submission, the nature of God, dealing wi ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“God Himself … Shall Redeem His People” Abinadi is like a Spy-Prophet-Debater-Theologian as he sneaks back into the land of Shilom, speaks out against wickedness of king and people, and finally digs into some hard-hitting theology as he debates Noah and his priests. These chapters address themes such as submission, the nature of God, dealing wi ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“God Himself … Shall Redeem His People” Abinadi is like a Spy-Prophet-Debater-Theologian as he sneaks back into the land of Shilom, speaks out against wickedness of king and people, and finally digs into some hard-hitting theology as he debates Noah and his priests. These chapters address themes such as submission, the nature of God, dealing wi ...…
 
Tensor networks, quantum information, emergent space-time, black hole firewalls, cyber security. Jennifer talks with Shaun Maguire, a mathematical physicist with expertise in control theory, statistics and quantum computing. PhD student working in quantum information at CalTech. Founding member of Escape Dynamics Follow @shaunmmaguire @jenlucpi ...…
 
The science of swaying popular opinion: think vaccines. Dartmouth political scientist/psychologist Brendan Nyhan specializes in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. Jennifer and Brendan talk about the psychology of changing minds, how our beliefs and opinions are tied to personal identity, and what does and does not work in te ...…
 
The science of swaying popular opinion: think vaccines. Dartmouth political scientist/psychologist Brendan Nyhan specializes in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. Jennifer and Brendan talk about the psychology of changing minds, how our beliefs and opinions are tied to personal identity, and what does and does not work in te ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“Woe unto You, … Hypocrites” Class Member Reading: Matthew 21-23; John 12:1-8 Additional Reading: Matthew 26:6–13; Mark 11–12;14:3–9; Luke 11:37–51; 19:29–48; 20; John 12:12–18;Bible Dictionary, “Pharisees,” 750; “Sadducees,” 767;“Spikenard,” 776. Other Reading: Luke 18:9-14 Scripture Chain: Matthew 22:37; Joshua 24:15; 1 Nephi 3:7; Omni 1:26; ...…
 
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“Woe unto You, … Hypocrites” Class Member Reading: Matthew 21-23; John 12:1-8 Additional Reading: Matthew 26:6–13; Mark 11–12;14:3–9; Luke 11:37–51; 19:29–48; 20; John 12:12–18;Bible Dictionary, “Pharisees,” 750; “Sadducees,” 767;“Spikenard,” 776. Other Reading: Luke 18:9-14 Scripture Chain: Matthew 22:37; Joshua 24:15; 1 Nephi 3:7; Omni 1:26; ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“Woe unto You, … Hypocrites” Class Member Reading: Matthew 21-23; John 12:1-8 Additional Reading: Matthew 26:6–13; Mark 11–12;14:3–9; Luke 11:37–51; 19:29–48; 20; John 12:12–18;Bible Dictionary, “Pharisees,” 750; “Sadducees,” 767;“Spikenard,” 776. Other Reading: Luke 18:9-14 Scripture Chain: Matthew 22:37; Joshua 24:15; 1 Nephi 3:7; Omni 1:26; ...…
 
“Woe unto You, … Hypocrites” Class Member Reading: Matthew 21-23; John 12:1-8 Additional Reading: Matthew 26:6–13; Mark 11–12;14:3–9; Luke 11:37–51; 19:29–48; 20; John 12:12–18;Bible Dictionary, “Pharisees,” 750; “Sadducees,” 767;“Spikenard,” 776. Other Reading: Luke 18:9-14 Scripture Chain: Matthew 22:37; Joshua 24:15; 1 Nephi 3:7; Omni 1:26; ...…
 
Tensor networks, quantum information, emergent space-time, black hole firewalls, cyber security. J ennifer talks with Shaun Maguire, a mathematical physicist with expertise in control theory, statistics and quantum computing. PhD student working in quantum information at Caltech. Founding member of Escape Dynamics Follow @shaunmmaguire @jenlucp ...…
 
Laurie Paul, philosophy professor at UC-North Carollina, Chapel Hill; 2014 Guggenheim fellow talks with Jennifer Ouellette about empathy, identity and whether having a child can be considered a rational decision (she’s pro-childless despite having two kids of her own). Per her website: "My main research interests are in metaphysics and the phil ...…
 
Laurie Paul, philosophy professor at UC-North Carollina, Chapel Hill; 2014 Guggenheim fellow talks with Jennifer Ouellette about empathy, identity and whether having a child can be considered a rational decision (she’s pro-childless despite having two kids of her own). Per her website: "My main research interests are in metaphysics and the phil ...…
 
Physicist Ainissa Ramirez, co-author of Newton’s Football: The Science Behind America's Game talks wih host Jennifer Ouellette about Newton's Football, life as a science evangelist and Science Underground, her new micro-podcast with journalist partner, Bill Retherford. Follow @AinissaRamirez @JenLucPiquant…
 
Physicist Ainissa Ramirez, co-author of Newton’s Football: The Science Behind America's Game talks wih host Jennifer Ouellette about Newton's Football, life as a science evangelist and Science Underground, her new micro-podcast with journalist partner, Bill Retherford. Follow @AinissaRamirez @JenLucPiquant…
 
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Virtually Speaking
 
Cognitive neuroscientist and author of FLICKER, Your Brain on Movies Jeff Zacks talks with Jennifer Ouellette about the history of cinema and the latest research to explain what happens between your ears when you sit down in the theatre and the lights go out. Zacks is the Director of The Dynamic Cognition Laboratory in the Psychology Department ...…
 
Cognitive neuroscientist and author of FLICKER, Your Brain on Movies Jeff Zacks talks with Jennifer Ouellette about the history of cinema and the latest research to explain what happens between your ears when you sit down in the theatre and the lights go out. Zacks is the Director of The Dynamic Cognition Laboratory in the Psychology Department ...…
 
Undead characters have terrified popular audiences for centuries, but when analyzed closely, their behaviors and stories—however farfetched—mirror our own in surprising ways. Jennifer talks with Glen Whitman & James Dow about Economics of the Undead: Zombies, Vampires, and the Dismal Science. Economic recovery after the zombie apocalypse, analy ...…
 
Conquering the Electron: The Geniuses, Visionaries, Egomaniacs and Scoundrels Who Built Our Electronic Age (Rowman and Littlefield) Conquering the Electron offers readers a true and engaging history of the world of electronics. Beginning with the discoveries of static electricity and magnetism and ending with the creation of the smartphone and ...…
 
Jennifer Ouellette talks with Caltech physicist Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis about quantum computing and quantum information. Read quantumfrontiers.com Follow @quantum_spiros @JenLucPiquantBy Jay Ackroyd.
 
Jennifer Ouellette talks with Caltech physicist Spyridon (Spiros) Michalakis about quantum computing and quantum information. Read quantumfrontiers.com Follow @quantum_spiros @JenLucPiquant
 
Known for her work in theoretical cosmology at the interface of particle physics and astrophysics, author and theoretical astrophysicist, Katherine Freese is the George Eugene Uhlenbeck Collegiate Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan and Director of Nordita, the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Stockholm. In The Cosmic ...…
 
Known for her work in theoretical cosmology at the interface of particle physics and astrophysics, author and theoretical astrophysicist, Katherine Freese is the George Eugene Uhlenbeck Collegiate Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan and Director of Nordita, the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Stockholm. In The Cosmic ...…
 
Jacquelyn Morie – All These Worlds, LLC – on identity and virtual worlds. A conversation with science writer Jennifer Ouellette. Virtually Speaking Science episodes are hosted by Alan Boyle, Kelly Hills, Tom Levenson & Jennifer OuelletteBy Jay Ackroyd.
 
Jacquelyn Morie – All These Worlds, LLC – on identity and virtual worlds. A conversation with science writer Jennifer Ouellette. Virtually Speaking Science episodes are hosted by Alan Boyle, Kelly Hills, Tom Levenson & Jennifer Ouellette
 
Meet ethicist Kelly Hills the newest Virtually Speaking Science host. She and Jennifer Ouellette talk about nontraditional academic paths, the importance of pop culture to bioethics, why we watch reality TV. Virtually Speaking Science episodes are hosted by Alan Boyle, Kelly Hills, Tom Levenson & Jennifer Ouellette.…
 
Meet ethicist Kelly Hills the newest Virtually Speaking Science host. She and Jennifer Ouellette talk about nontraditional academic paths, the importance of pop culture to bioethics, why we watch reality TV. Virtually Speaking Science episodes are hosted by Alan Boyle, Kelly Hills, Tom Levenson & Jennifer Ouellette.…
 
Jennifer Ouellette talks with astronomer Ray Jayawardhana, author of “The Neutrino Hunters” about why these ghost particles are so endlessly fascinating to physicists, and why the Higgs boson is soooo 2012. Tweet questions to @JenLucPiquant @DrRayJay Sherry Reson, Producer
 
Science writer Jennifer Ouellette ("Me, Myself, and Why") sits down with Cara to talk about her search for the science of self, including taking LSD for the very first time. Follow Jennifer: @JenLucPiquant.
 
Jennifer Ouellette, author of the new book "Me, Myself, and Why: Searching for the Science of Self," shares how physics and neurobiology intersect over the idea of emergence.
 
Jennifer Ouellette, author of the new book "Me, Myself, and Why: Searching for the Science of Self," shares how physics and neurobiology intersect over the idea of emergence.
 
Jennifer Ouellette, author of the new book "Me, Myself, and Why: Searching for the Science of Self," shares how physics and neurobiology intersect over the idea of emergence.
 
Jennifer Ouellette hosts physics science writer Amanda Gefter. They compare notes on writing about physics as non-specialists ; then talk about Amanda's new book “Trespassing on Einstein’s Lawn.” Follow @AmandaGefter @JenLucPiquant Produced by Sherry Reson. Hosted in Second Life by the Exploratorium.…
 
Interview with Jennifer Ouellette; This Day in Skepticism: Ides of March; News Items: Flight 370 Mystery, Earth's Shields, Meat Study; Who's That Noisy; Science or Fiction
 
Who are you?The question may seem effortless to answer: You are the citizen of a country, the resident of a city, the child of particular parents, the sibling (or not) of brothers and sisters, the parent (or not) of children, and so on. And you might further answer the question by invoking a personality, an identity: You're outgoing. You're pol ...…
 
Alan Boyle talks with Jennifer Ouellette about Me, Myself and Why: Searching for the Science of Self in which she turns her attention to the mysteries of human identity and behavior. She draws on genetics, neuroscience, and psychology—enlivened as always with her signature sense of humor and pop-culture references—to explore how we become who w ...…
 
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