Best microbeer podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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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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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.
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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
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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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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 ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
We’ve spent a few articles on Universe Today talking about just how difficult it’s going to be to travel to other stars. Sending tiny unmanned probes across the vast gulfs between stars is still mostly science fiction. But to send humans on that journey? That’s just a level of technology beyond comprehension. For example, the nearest star is Pr ...…
 
From ASM Microbe 2017 at New Orleans, Vincent and Rich meet up with Kate Rubins to talk about becoming an astronaut, space travel, and doing science in space. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello and Rich Condit Guest: Kate Rubins Thumbnail Photo by Chris Condayan Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv…
 
Science The world's art is under attackby microbes Bacteria and fungi are a menace to paintings, sculptures, and ancient artifacts.
 
At Microbe 2017 in New Orleans, the TWiM team speaks with Arturo Casadevall about his thoughts on the pathogenic potential of a microbe, rigorous science, funding by lottery, and moonshot science. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Elio Schaechter and Michele Swanson. Guest: Arturo Casadevall Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iPhone, Android ...…
 
At Microbe 2017 in New Orleans, the TWiM team speaks with Arturo Casadevall about his thoughts on the pathogenic potential of a microbe, rigorous science, funding by lottery, and moonshot science. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Elio Schaechter and Michele Swanson. Guest: Arturo Casadevall Subscribe to TWiM (free) on iPhone, Android ...…
 
Most of the worms in Meng Wang’s lab die on schedule. They live their brief lives on Petri dishes, and after two to three weeks, they die of old age. But some individuals beat the odds, surviving for several days longer than usual.These wormy Methuselahs were all genetically identical, so it wasn’t their genes that explained their decelerated a ...…
 
Hosts: Ed Brown, Dr. Shayne Joseph, Penny Dumsday 00:00:40 There's a lot of talk about the supposed health benefits of sourdough bread. But a new study seems to suggest that some people may be better off eating white bread, and others may have more to gain from sourdough bread. 00:10:34 A group of about 1200 giant bumphead parrotfish have been ...…
 
In 1984, Dr. Barry Marshall had a theory about ulcers that he couldn't convince the science community of. So, he took matters into his own hands... or stomach, and infected himself with a potentially deadly bacterium. Hosted by: Michael Aranda----------Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow----------Doo ...…
 
This episode: Gut microbes can even affect formation/remodeling of bones! Download Episode (8.5 MB, 9.3 minutes) Show notes: Journal Paper: Yan J, Herzog JW, Tsang K, Brennan CA, Bower MA, Garrett WS, Sartor BR, Aliprantis AO, Charles JF. 2016. Gut microbiota induce IGF-1 and promote bone formation and growth. Proc Natl Acad Sci 113:E7554–E7563 ...…
 
This episode: Gut microbes can even affect formation/remodeling of bones! Download Episode (8.5 MB, 9.3 minutes) Show notes: Journal Paper: Yan J, Herzog JW, Tsang K, Brennan CA, Bower MA, Garrett WS, Sartor BR, Aliprantis AO, Charles JF. 2016. Gut microbiota induce IGF-1 and promote bone formation and growth. Proc Natl Acad Sci 113:E7554–E7563 ...…
 
Richard Lin, CEO of Thryve that provides a monthly subscription plan for gut bacteria testing kits and probiotics joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel. Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Richard Lin discuss the following: What is Thryve? What is the micro biome? What is the importance of gut health? How does gut mi ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
 
Experts believe that millions of undiscovered species exist in the modern day -- but most are tiny microbes and insects. What if there are much larger undiscovered creatures out there?By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
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Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
 
Experts believe that millions of undiscovered species exist in the modern day -- but most are tiny microbes and insects. What if there are much larger undiscovered creatures out there?By applepodcast@howstuffworks.com (HowStuffWorks).
 
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PALEOJAY's Smoothie Cafe
 
Yes, that’s right- “weed’ your gut, trimming back those bad microbes that swarm about your intestines, converting the food you eat into either energy, or FAT. Do the microbes within our micro biome really have this much power over our bodies? You bet they do! The bugs break down complex carbohydrates in our food. They manufacture crucial vitami ...…
 
Nectar attracts bees and other pollinators, but it isn't always sweet. A UC Davis scientist is looking at how microbes that live in nectar alter it, and what role these microorganisms play in the dance between flowers and pollinators.
 
A super important topic and it was a joy to hear Joann’a passion for her work adn also her drive in what got her started on her journey to the work that she is doing now. A wealth of knowledge and it was an honour to have her on the show this week Please share far and wide! Enjoy! x Kaz Joanna’s Bio: Dr. Joanna Krzeslak-Hoogland is a certified ...…
 
One-third of the population is avoiding wheat nutrition and choosing to be gluten-free. It’s because we’ve heard or read that we should avoid gluten because it’s composed of sugar, which can cause diseases. The reality is that science doesn’t support this at all. On this episode with Dr. John Douillard, a naturopathic doctor and a best-selling ...…
 
https://earthwiseradio.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/EW-06-15-17-Carbon-from-the-Alaskan-Tundra.mp3 The soils that encircle the northern reaches of the Arctic are a vast repository for carbon in the form of undecayed organic matter from dead vegetation. The enormous amount of material trapped in the permafrost contains enough carbon to double ...…
 
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This Week in Microbiology
 
At Microbe 2017 in New Orleans, the TWiM team speaks with Arturo Casadevall about his thoughts on the pathogenic potential of a microbe, rigorous science, funding by lottery, and moonshot science. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Michael Schmidt, Michele Swanson and Elio Schaechter. Watch the video version recorded live at ASM Microbe 2017! Subscribe ...…
 
We've talked about the trillions of microbes inside you before, but we're learning that these little creatures may have more influence than you thought!Meet your Microbiome: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ybk7E7SLbWwHosted by: Olivia Gordon----------Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow----------Doobl ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Doctor George Tetz, of the Human Microbiology Institute, shares data from his presentation at the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017, that demonstrates how bacteriophages play a role in the development of mammalian diseases.
 
Doctor George Tetz, of the Human Microbiology Institute, shares data from his presentation at the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Microbe 2017, about Sporobiota, spore-forming bacteria that pose significant challenges to human health.
 
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 ...…
 
Episode one of 'Branding Bacteria' explores the world of microbes through the eyes of Professor Mark Martin. Recorded live at the American Society for Microbiology Microbe conference, Carla and Mark discuss microbial advocacy, the infamous 'g word' and techniques for communicating microbiology to the public.…
 
Joe flies solo for the first hour, covering some of the current events of the day, including the Paris Climate Agreement, Net Neutrality, and how Microbes may be deciding what you eat! Intro/Net Neutrality (0:00 – 15:12) Do Gut Microbes Drive What We Eat? (15:13 – 28:06) Has the US Passed the Torch Climate Change? (28:06 – 41:14) Germany Announ ...…
 
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Science for the People
 
This week, we're looking at some of the ways bacteria cooperate with other organisms to break down plants. First we speak with Dr. Lisa Karr, Associate Professor of Animal Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and get into the details of how rabbits and cows ferment their food. And Mark Stumpf-Allen, Compost Programs Coordinator for th ...…
 
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The World in Time / Lapham’s Quarterly
 
Every man is an ecosystem, ejecting some of the 39 trillion microbes each person on earth contains. While microbes are among the oldest living organisms on earth, it wasn’t until 1675 that scientists began to understand their existence—or their scope. Lewis Lapham talks with Ed Yong, author of I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Think about the taste of sourdough. That distinctive tang is the work of microbes used in baking the bread—a “starter culture” of wild yeast strains and bacteria that fill the loafs with sour acids. Unlike industrially-made white loaves, which are baked using yeasts that date back just 150 years, the microbes in sourdough cultures have been use ...…
 
Joe flies solo for the first hour, covering some of the current events of the day, including the Paris Climate Agreement, Net Neutrality, and how Microbes may be deciding what you eat!Intro/Net Neutrality(0:00 - 15:12)Do Gut Microbes Drive What We Eat?(15:13 - 28:06)Has the US Passed the Torch Climate Change?(28:06 - 41:14)Germany Announces The ...…
 
-We need the mystical to understand the scientific.-Dark field microscopy takes the mystery of knowing if your diet is good for you. It will show if it isn’t.-Maureen uses D’Adamo’s Blood Type Diet as a foundation, as a place to start. Then tweaks.-Don’t want indigestible exhaust in your blood stream. Want the cleanest burning fuel in order to ...…
 
Today we're talking about evolution–basically the history of all life on Earth. The thing is, why are we talking about this. Well, the story of life, all the way back to single celled microbes billions of years ago, is all part of our human story. An important facet of the story of life is the story of death. This episode will look at the vario ...…
 
Today I sat down with Joy McCarthy. Joy is a bestselling author, holistic nutritionist, and the chief blogger at Joyous Health. We got into so many topics that will give you ideas to implement into your life, starting today. We discussed the microbiome, detox, eczema, and the must-have habits that Joy will absolutely not negotiate on. This show ...…
 
Photo courtesy Sterling Brinkerhoff Download this week’s drivetime programming at our Network Page at http://www.backcountrynetwork.com/Download/Download.htm . Check out the schedule below or find a station near you that airs Western Life Radio. KCYN 97.1 FM in Moab 7:40 a.m. and 4:50 p.m. KYAH 540 AM in Delta 2:15 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. KOAL 750 A ...…
 
This episode: Tiny crustaceans eat paramecia, allowing viruses to infect algae inside them! Download Episode (9.1 MB, 9.9 minutes) Show notes: Follow-up to episode 259: mass-producing worm spit healing protein News item Journal Paper: DeLong JP, Al-Ameeli Z, Duncan G, Etten JLV, Dunigan DD. 2016. Predators catalyze an increase in chloroviruses ...…
 
This episode: Tiny crustaceans eat paramecia, allowing viruses to infect algae inside them! Download Episode (9.1 MB, 9.9 minutes) Show notes: Follow-up to episode 259: mass-producing worm spit healing protein News item Journal Paper: DeLong JP, Al-Ameeli Z, Duncan G, Etten JLV, Dunigan DD. 2016. Predators catalyze an increase in chloroviruses ...…
 
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