Best microbe podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Microbe Talk
Monthly
 
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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Microbe Magazine Podcast
Monthly
 
Microbe is a monthly science podcast hosted by Jeff Fox, features editor for Microbe Magazine, published by the American Society for Microbiology. Each episode is a conversation with a scientist whose work has been featured in the current issue of Microbe, which is available online at www.microbemagazine.org. Please contact Patrick Lacey, Managing Editor for Microbe, with any questions, feedback or show ideas at placey@asmusa.org.
 
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Microbes, the little guys.
Monthly+
 
This podcast explores the world of microbes. One microbe a week goes underneath our gaze as we cover topics such as morphology, physiology, biochemistry and why these little guys are so important!
 
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Micro Beer Podcast
Monthly+
 
In the world of beer there are good beers, bad beers, and most importantly GREAT Micro Brews. This podcast will greater explore the (sometimes unknown) universe of the micro brewery. Unlike other ‘beer shows’ that are currently available, this podcast will not be a drink beer and rant session. We will however bring you in-depth interviews with head brew-masters at as many unique micro breweries as we can physically make it to. We will feature facility tours, interviews, brewery history, futu ...
 
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DJ Microbe Podcast
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Dr. Z. Hall is an independent scholar, curator, a poet, and emerging visual artist who lives and works in Kansas City, MO. She conducts research on art and communication. Her published work explores the effects of art on society and society’s influence on art. Her interest in art and microbes collide at the intersection of organic growing and t ...…
 
The gut isn’t a disgusting topic and we should be talking more about it. 3 takeaways from this book include:  What lactose intolerance really is.  How depression can be healed in mice.  How microbes influence our consciousness In this book, we track a piece of cake and how it travels through your digestive system. Where does it start? Before ...…
 
This episode: Even organisms as simple as viruses can communicate with each other! Download Episode (12.7 MB, 13.9 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Sweet potato virus C Commentary (paywall) Great talk about bacterial communication by Dr. Bonnie Bassler Journal Paper: Erez Z, Steinberger-Levy I, Shamir M, Doron S, Stokar-Avihail A, P ...…
 
This episode: Even organisms as simple as viruses can communicate with each other! Download Episode (12.7 MB, 13.9 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Sweet potato virus C Commentary (paywall) Great talk about bacterial communication by Dr. Bonnie Bassler Journal Paper: Erez Z, Steinberger-Levy I, Shamir M, Doron S, Stokar-Avihail A, P ...…
 
Marvel throws a moon at Superhero Slate with huge Avengers D23 announcements, Disney shows us their movie plan for the next few years, San Diego Comic-Con is next week, and more! News New Warriors (4:20) Cast assembled Milana Vayntrub as Squirrel Girl Derek Theler as Mister Immortal, Jeremy Tardy as Night Thrasher, Calum Worthy as Speedball, Ma ...…
 
The ashes of China's Nobel laureate scattered at sea. Australian authorities want to bypass email encryption. Thailand deals with Uighur refugees. An Afghan robotics team competes in the United States. The microbes within us, and predicting climate from rocks.
 
This week, I am talking with Dr. Maya Shetreat-Klein on why dirt -- yup, that's right, I said DIRT -- is an integral part of good health. Maya Shetreat-Klein, MD is a pediatric neurologist, herbalist, urban farmer, naturalist and author of The Dirt Cure: Growing Healthy Kids with Food Straight from Soil, which has been translated into ten langu ...…
 
Laugh with Will Rogers; see Goliath's defeat; and discover a microbe in a mama tick. It's all in This Week's Story!
 
Sandor Katz has been enchanted by fermentation, the mysterious process by which microbes transform food and drink, for some two decades. Since making his first crock of sauerkraut, his fascination with fermentation has broadened, deepened, and he now travels the world giving workshops. Based in Tennessee, his books including 'Wild Fermentation' ...…
 
As a new parent, Jack Gilbert got a lot of different advice on how to properly look after his child: when to give him antibiotics or how often he should sterilize his pacifier, for example.After the birth of his second child, Gilbert, a scientist who studies microbial ecosystems at the University of Chicago, decided to find out what's actually ...…
 
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Branding Bacteria
 
Episode three is finally here and it's all about drunk fungus. In this exciting episode, Carla chats with Tom Baker, brewer and entrepreneur, about the different types of microbes involved in beer brewing. As Bar Hygge staff set up for the night ahead, Carla and Tom discuss microbial fermentation, the alcohol tolerance of yeast and the magical ...…
 
The TWiM team explains the use of microbial genome mining to identify new drugs, and how a bacterial symbiont protects flies against parasitoid wasps. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Michele Swanson and Elio Schaechter. Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iPhone, Android, RSS, or by email. You can also listen on your mobile device with the ...…
 
Could Donald Trump's plan to ban US funding for global organisations that offer abortion advice stop women from accessing contraception? President of Women Deliver, Katja Iversen, talks to Claudia about the likely consequences of the ban, often known as the ‘Global Gag Rule’. She says this controversial policy will actually increase numbers of ...…
 
The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a lot of it is good for you. Scientists have shown that the microbiome—a community of bacteria that live in the gut and on other places like skin—can protect people against other disease-carrying bugs. Now, a new study published by researchers at the National Eye Institute (NEI) suggests that the eye ...…
 
The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a lot of it is good for you. Scientists have shown that the microbiome—a community of bacteria that live in the gut and on other places like skin—can protect people against other disease-carrying bugs. Now, a new study published by researchers at the National Eye Institute (NEI) suggests that the eye ...…
 
The human body is teeming with bacteria, and a lot of it is good for you. Scientists have shown that the microbiome—a community of bacteria that live in the gut and on other places like skin—can protect people against other disease-carrying bugs. Now, a new study published by researchers at the National Eye Institute (NEI) suggests that the eye ...…
 
Environment Greenland's ice sheet is full of toxins waiting to break freeand microbes that eat them But they can't dine us away from disaster.
 
Many psychiatric disorders arise from the interactions of infectious diseases and immune system vulnerabilities. Robert Petkoff’s intelligent delivery enhances this astute, fast-moving exposition on how microbes figure in mental disorders as diverse as anorexia, schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Read the full audiofile review at ...…
 
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Open Sky Fitness : Workout Program | Fitness Tips | Weight Loss Tips | Healthy Lifestyle | Lean Muscle | Personal Trainer
 
Click here for the show notes! Please leave us a review at http://openskyfitness.com How Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar Can Negatively Affect the Brain On this week's episode of the Open Sky Fitness Podcast, we're very excited to have Dr. David Perlmutter on the show! Dr. Perlmutter is a Board-Certified Neurologist and four-time New York Times bestsel ...…
 
This episode: Ancient microbes built underwater structures that look like sunken, ancient cities! Download Episode (10.6 MB, 11.7 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Actinomadura luteofluorescens News item 1/News item 2 Journal Paper: Andrews JE, Stamatakis MG, Marca-Bell A, Stewart C, Millar IL. 2016. Exhumed hydrocarbon-seep authigen ...…
 
This episode: Ancient microbes built underwater structures that look like sunken, ancient cities! Download Episode (10.6 MB, 11.7 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Actinomadura luteofluorescens News item 1/News item 2 Journal Paper: Andrews JE, Stamatakis MG, Marca-Bell A, Stewart C, Millar IL. 2016. Exhumed hydrocarbon-seep authigen ...…
 
If it is not properly maintained, the water in your domestic swimming pool may contain a range of germs, including bacteria and viruses. Some germs can cause health problems, such as ear, nose and throat infections. You should check your swimming pool regularly to make sure that the water is safe for swimming. A simple way to do this is to look ...…
 
Pet poo problems, Selfie Nation, are microbes making rain? Also controlling cells using 'biopaints'.
 
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Scientific American Podcast: 60-Second Science
 
In patients with severe eczema, Staphylococcus aureus strains dominated the skin microbe population—suggesting that certain types of bacteria could worsen eczema flares. Christopher Intagliata... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
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Scientific American Podcast: 60-Second Science
 
In patients with severe eczema, Staphylococcus aureus strains dominated the skin microbe population—suggesting that certain types of bacteria could worsen eczema flares. Christopher Intagliata... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
You may be aware that millions of organisms, microbes, bacteria, and parasites are living on you and inside of you. But do you know how many of the choices you make in life are actually directed and dictated by these tiny hitch-hikers? We can change the landscape of our life by actively modifying our "BioTerrian" and making our bodies an unfit ...…
 
Don and Ben are in IAFP preparation mode but take time to talk about the efficiencies of university settings; donairs, gyros, kebabs and other meat-on-a-cone offerings (and risks associated with the products); mice and norovirus; food safety is definitely competitive and iced coffee/fecal matter and the perils of using the fecal coliform assay. ...…
 
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Recipe for the day
 
An easy country style chicken liver pate using:100 g breadcrumbs400 g chicken livers150 g butter1 large chopped onion2 – 3 chopped garlic cloves100 ml doube cream75 ml brandySalt and pepperFat preserves because it is difficult for spoiling microbes to grow in it, so the large amount of fat is a way of preserving the offal. This pate doesn’t par ...…
 
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New Frontiers in Functional Medicine
 
Small Intestinal Microbial Overgrowth: A Conversation with Dr. Vincent Pedre, MD IFMCPAll microbes, not just bacteria, can contribute to problems in the small intestines. Today more than ever, we see patients with hard-to- treat gut problems. Dr. Pedre brings his own gut healing journey and Functional Medicine background to the table to talk to ...…
 
In 2008, researchers from Google announced that they could predict outbreaks of the flu up to two weeks before the US authorities, by monitoring people's Google search behaviour.The algorithm tracked searches for flu symptoms and remedies, which would increase in the build-up to an outbreak. Flu is a serious disease that can cause up to half a ...…
 
Today I have a good news story for you – which considering we’re in to episode 20, a ratio of 1 to 19 isn’t bad. Firstly I’m going to start off with a piece which you can find at nature.com, that recent research suggests Huge ocean-floor craters were literally caused by the exploding methane bursting out the ground thousands of years ago, unfor ...…
 
Today on Cannabis Industy Voice a very special guest, Colin Bell, Joins Bethany. Colin Bell from NCIA member company Growcentia, which was founded by a group of soil microbiologists from Colorado State University. Bethany and Colin talk about bridging the gap between academia and the marketplace and bringing a new product to market out of the u ...…
 
SHR # 2047 :: SFH: Digestive Track Destruction + How They Do It In Scandinavia :: :: Dr. Jeff Golini, PhD - Egil Berli-Johnsen :: Your digestive system does much more than its name implies. It's also where approximately 5 pounds of microbes live. Learn to be good to them or they will be bad for you. PLUS I love getting perspectives from people ...…
 
SHR # 2047 :: SFH: Digestive Track Destruction + How They Do It In Scandinavia :: :: Dr. Jeff Golini, PhD - Egil Berli-Johnsen :: Your digestive system does much more than its name implies. It's also where approximately 5 pounds of microbes live. Learn to be good to them or they will be bad for you. PLUS I love getting perspectives from people ...…
 
Here we talk to Richard Gallo, MD, PhD, a dermatologist and researcher whose team recently tested a “microbiome transplant” cream on a small group of eczema patients. People with eczema tend to have... A podcast about science and discovery at UC San Diego Health. In each episode, we bring you the story of one project, one discovery or one scien ...…
 
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