Best molecular biology podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Molecular and Cell Biology 130, 001|Spring 2009|UC Berkeley
 
Molecular and Cell Biology 130, 001|Spring 2009|UC Berkeley
 
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Discussions and Interviews - American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology
 
These discussions and debates are prepared by the ATS regarding important articles and other topics relevant to the Red Journal (American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology).
 
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biobytes
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biobytes is a series of life sciences news podcasts highlighting original scientific research published in The Journal of Cell Biology. Each show features interviews with leading scientists from across the globe.
 
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Cell Podcast
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Cell (www.cell.com) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing the most interesting discoveries in biology.
 
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Beta Sandwich Science Podcast
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Welcome to the Beta Sandwich Podcast, your source for news and trends in the Molecular Biosciences. Join us as we wax poetic about all things sciencey (yes, that's a word). We go in depth about diseases, viruses, medicine, pharmacology, biochemistry and pretty much anything else that moves, crawls, flies or has otherwise transformed this giant rock into a living ecosystem. If you are a crazy scientist, or you just like crazy science, you've come to the right place :)
 
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biosights
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biosights is a series of life science videos highlighting original scientific research published in The Journal of Cell Biology. The shows feature original video data and interviews with the scientists who performed the work.
 
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Mohammed Almahrous' Podcast
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يعنى "بودكاست" الدكتور/ محمد آل محروس بمتابعة الشؤون الإكلينيكية والطبية التثقيفية والعلمية العملية على المستوى المحلي والدولي من خلال دراسة المُعطَيَات المُوَثَّقَة المَبْنِيَّة على نتائج البحوث المركزية المُحْكَمة ذوات التصنيف العالي والدراسات المُعْتَمِدة على البراهين المُسَجَّلة في دُور الصحة التابعة لمدارس الطب الحديث؛ ويسعى دائمًا للتركيز على القضايا المُرتَبِطة بهموم المجتمعات التي تحتاج لتكاتف الكفاءات المحلية والدولية (بما هو متوفر من إمكانات) من أجل بناء مستقبل مشرق في فهم زوايا ال ...
 
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Scientific Theory
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A podcast about science, looking at life, the universe, and everything else along the way.
 
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Foodist with Darya Rose, Ph.D
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In the Foodist podcast Darya Rose, Ph.D. introduces you to real people on the journey of becoming foodists, learning how to get healthy and lose weight without dieting. A foodist is someone who uses Real Food to optimize their life for health and happiness. There is no right or wrong way to become a foodist, and everyone must find their own path or “healthstyle” that works for them. This means finding foods, habits and activities you love and that work for you. On the show you’ll meet people ...
 
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USGEB Union of the Swiss Societies for Experimental Biology
 
The mission of the Union is the dissemination of ideas and experimental know-how between the young research groups and fostering the communication among the leaders of the field at the different academic institutions all over the country.
 
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Cell PaperClips
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Cell (www.cell.com) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing the most interesting discoveries in biology.
 
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You Won Science: An Orphan Black Podcast
 
A podcast about Orphan Black, molecular biology, the history of science and some of the social and political underpinnings of the show from BBC America. Liz Tracey is your host, and a real live scientist type.
 
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IBMG Lectures Podcast
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A podcast for those interested in biomedical science
 
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BioTalk
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BioTalk is a pro-life video series about all things bioethics, especially those issues related to human biotechnology — cloning, embryonic stem cell research, genetic engineering, transhumanism, etc… Hosted by: Chelsea Zimmerman: Chelsea is the editor-in-chief for Catholic Lane and a managing editor at Ignitum Today. She often writes and speaks about life issues and Catholic spirituality. She has been featured on EWTN’s Life on the Rock. Her website is Reflections of a Paralytic. Rebecca Tay ...
 
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Podcasts from the Press
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CSHL Press publishes monographs, technical manuals, handbooks, review volumes, conference proceedings, scholarly journals and videotapes. These examine important topics in molecular biology, genetics, development, virology, neurobiology, immunology and cancer biology. Manuscripts for books and for journal publication are invited from scientists world wide.
 
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Episode 324 with Elise Burton hosted by Shireen Hamza, Chris Gratien, and Maryam Patton Download the podcastFeed | iTunes | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Genetics have emerged as a new scientific tool for studying human ancestry and historical migration. And as research into the history of genetics demonstrates, genetics and other bioscientific appro ...…
 
Episode 324 with Elise Burton hosted by Shireen Hamza, Chris Gratien, and Maryam Patton Download the podcastFeed | iTunes | GooglePlay | SoundCloud Genetics have emerged as a new scientific tool for studying human ancestry and historical migration. And as research into the history of genetics demonstrates, genetics and other bioscientific appro ...…
 
Today’s genomics explosion has foundations in seminal discoveries in molecular biology almost 50 years ago. Today’s guest, Sir Richard Roberts, was a pivotal figure in a number of these areas. He was awarded the Nobel [...]
 
Today’s genomics explosion has foundations in seminal discoveries in molecular biology almost 50 years ago. Today’s guest, Sir Richard Roberts, was a pivotal figure in a number of these areas. He was awarded the Nobel [...]
 
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing" talks, listen to an interview with Ananta Ripa Ajmera. She is an Ayurvedic practitioner and yoga instructor. She'll discuss about Ayurveda, the science of healthy living that originated in India over 5,000 years ago and played a formative role in developing Chinese medicine. The concepts are based on Nyaya, an ...…
 
Our sense of smell is key to the enjoyment of food, so it may be no surprise that obese mice in a recent study who lost their sense of smell also lost weight.What’s surprising, however, is that these slimmed-down but smell-deficient mice ate the same amount of fatty food as mice that retained their sense of smell and ballooned to twice their no ...…
 
Every human being has an endocannabinoid system that regulates the health and function of the entire body. Cannabis works with this system like a key in a lock. We all have imbalances, according to Dr. Bob Melamede, who has a PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. In this episode he talks about our cannabinoid deficiency and what we can do ...…
 
Lars Furenlid, Co-Director of the Center for Gamma-ray Imaging and Professor in Optical Sciences, works with a team of colleagues and graduate students to develop technologies for molecular imaging, the mapping of biological function using tiny amounts of radioisotope-labeled tracer molecules. By combining the very latest advances in light sens ...…
 
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Mindfulness Mode | Interviews & Mindful Tips with Bruce Langford
 
Dr. Russell Jaffe is scientist who is certified in Clinical and Chemical Pathology. He has more than 40 years of experience contributing to molecular biology and clinical diagnostics. He has spent his career searching for deeper wisdom and insight into how humans can enjoy better health. Being incredibly curious and yet skepical, he set out to ...…
 
This episode of the podcast was taped LIVE in Los Angeles on June 28th in partnership with the Aware Project. Zach Leary led an hour long engaging, funny and insightful panel discussion with the great wisdom of Dr. Cole Marta and Ashley Booth. The conversation ranged from a look at the current state of psychedelic research, how culture and comm ...…
 
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GARNet UK Plant Science Roundup
 
The Arabidopsis Research Roundup returns this week with selection of publications from institutions across the UK. Firstly George Bassel (Birmingham) leads a study that investigates the integration of inductive signals in the embryonic root. Secondly a group from the Oxford Brookes plant science group look into the literal linkages between the ...…
 
Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. Since 2015, the Think Again podcast has been taking us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives. Jennifer Doudna is a Professor of Chemistry and of Molecular ...…
 
Since 2008, Big Think has been sharing big ideas from creative and curious minds. Since 2015, the Think Again podcast has been taking us out of our comfort zone, surprising our guests and Jason Gots, your host, with unexpected conversation starters from Big Think’s interview archives. Jennifer Doudna is a Professor of Chemistry and of Molecular ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about young scientists setting off on their own.Part 1: As an undergrad, Frank Stabile lands an exciting summer research position in D.C., but soon he starts to notice something’s not right.Part 2: As a teenager, Deena Walker dreams of being a scientist, but her controlling boyfriend, and her own attitude towar ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about young scientists setting off on their own.Part 1: As an undergrad, Frank Stabile lands an exciting summer research position in D.C., but soon he starts to notice something’s not right.Part 2: As a teenager, Deena Walker dreams of being a scientist, but her controlling boyfriend, and her own attitude towar ...…
 
This week, we present two stories about young scientists setting off on their own.Part 1: As an undergrad, Frank Stabile lands an exciting summer research position in D.C., but soon he starts to notice something’s not right.Part 2: As a teenager, Deena Walker dreams of being a scientist, but her controlling boyfriend, and her own attitude towar ...…
 
How many different races are there? Pick a number, any number, says philosophy professor Philip Kitcher. Wherever there is an agenda there is a division to be made; race is a social construct with scientific levers. "If there’s one thing that we’ve learned from biological science and psychological science over the last century, it’s that there’ ...…
 
Sara Borniquel started her career as a scientist in Spain, before moving to Sweden in 2008. At Karolinska Institute she combined a postdoc position -leading a pre-clinical study about immune-inflammatory diseases- with two internships at KI Innovations AB and Stockholm-Uppsala Life Science. Since 2014, Sara has held several positions in industr ...…
 
Life began for Christopher Hoffpauir in Lafayette, Louisiana. Poor experiences at the dentist led him to a path of dental phobia. In 2002, a severe dental infection changed his life. Seeing first hand what a difference proper dental care can make in someone’s life, Chris decided to go back to school in pursuit of a degree in dentistry. Returnin ...…
 
Fine Music Radio — Skin: it's the largest organ of our bodies; it protects us, gives us valuable sensory input, and helps to control our temperature. It also defines us as members of a species and a culture. Our obsession with skin can be seen in the numbers: an estimated 80 million people worldwide have some kind of tattoo, and hundreds of tho ...…
 
Sandra Goodman PhD, Co-founder and Editor of Positive Health PH Online, trained as a Molecular Biology scientist in Agricultural Biotechnology in Canada and the USA. Sandra was born and grew up in Montreal, Canada, a highly cosmopolitan city in Quebec, subject to the political tensions of the Canadian French and English divide. In addition to [ ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Herpetological Highlights
 
This fortnight’s episode is dedicated to boas. The first portion looks into how boas hunt; their ability to subdue prey and potentially hunt in a “coordinated” fashion. After, we dig into some landscape genetics and see how the success of cave dwelling boas could boost their conservation chances. Staying on message, our Species of the Bi-week i ...…
 
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Active Motif's Podcast
 
AMP001 - ShownotesMonday, April 3, 201714:37 Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) was first developed in Drosophila, where interactions of RNA Pol II with genes were investigated (Mol. Cell. Biol. August 1985 vol. 5 no. 8 2009-2018). Then, in a 1993 publication, (Genes & Dev. 1993 7:592-604), the group of James Broach described the association ...…
 
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American Conservative University Podcast
 
Show 1828 Unlocking the Mystery of Life Full Documentary From Illustra Media To watch the full Documentary on YouTube visit- https://youtu.be/VWvS1UfXl8k?list=PL9F238BF1EB056938 UNLOCKING THE MYSTERY OF LIFE is based upon the scholarly work of Stephen C. Meyer, Michael Behe, William Dembski and others. This documentary film presents a powerful ...…
 
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5 Minute Biographies
 
“We’ve discovered the secret of life!” – Francis Crick Francis Crick Biography Francis Harry Campton Crick is one of the most influential and brilliant scientific minds of the 20th century. Dabbling in various fields but specifically in physics and microbiology, Francis Crick was a specialist in a highly specialised field. Born 8 June 1916 Fran ...…
 
Sal, Adam & Justin interview Dr. Nicole Avena about the affect of sugar and sugar substitutes in the diet and how they affect the brain. This is a must listen if you have a sweet tooth.You can also catch Dr. Avena's TED presentation here: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-sugar-affects-the-brain-nicole-avenaYou can find Dr. Avena at www.drnicoleave ...…
 
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TRULife Radio
 
Join us today as we will be joined by apologist, Jonathan McLatchie, from the UK, as we discuss the topic of Islam. Who was Muhummad? What does Islam teach regarding the nature of God? Where does Jesus fit into the Muslim religion? What is the view of salvation and the afterlife? Jonathan will answer these and other related questions. Jonathan ...…
 
In this episode we bring you a special feature about the godfather of molecular biology, Max Perutz, and why we named a science writing competition in his honour.To celebrate Max’s passion and skill at making science understandable, in 1998 the MRC launched a science writing competition in his honour. Since then, thousands of early career resea ...…
 
Recent research on probiotics shows even the most popular probiotics don’t survive our stomach acids and never make it into the intestines alive. The currently-exploding probiotic market is largely misunderstood and based on old information.According to microbiologist Kiran Krishnan, spore-forming bacillus strains have been prescribed medically ...…
 
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Break It Down Show
 
Today we feature PhD Dexter Holland. Dexter fronts the punk rock band The Offspring, who as a band have sold 40 million albums world-wide. Apart from building a world wide audience, Dexter has also earned a PhD in molecular biology, he's a jet pilot and a purveyor of hot sauce. Sure, Eminem, rapped about his salsa...but Dexter has actually made ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Joshua Z. Rappoport is Director of the Center for Advanced Microscopy and Nikon Imaging Center as well as Research Associate Professor of Cell and Molecular Biology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. In addition, he is the author of the recently published book The Cell: Discovering the microscopic world that determi ...…
 
Find out about both synthetic and molecular biology approaches to produce small nano-machines (nano-bots). The main building blocks for these nano-bots are based on nano-lipo-protein particles (NLPs). Nano-bots represent a unique solution for new approaches to vaccines, drug delivery and energy needs. Series: "Field Trip at the Lab: Science on ...…
 
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Quest Monthly Magazine
 
It seems to me we speak all the time and all at once of two kinds of spiritual integrity, two ways of being deeply, liberally, religious—one looking inward, one looking outward. And that presents a kind of paradox. Our work as 21st century Unitarian Universalists is to attend to both at once, never one without the other, because in fact they ar ...…
 
People live longer, some forms of childhood leukemia have been cured and smallpox has been wiped out — all thanks to biomedical research, says Steve Hanes, PhD, a professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at Upstate. He talks about how scientific research has contributed to America’s role in the world and the challenge of seeking scientif ...…
 
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People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers
 
Dr. Dominic D’Agostino is an Associate Professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida. He is also a Research Scientist Institute for Human and Machine Cognition. Dominic received his B.S. in Nutritional Sciences and Biological Sciences as well as his Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Physiology a ...…
 
First, scientific discoveries about x and y chromosomes are challenging what we know about what makes us male or female. [ dur: 16 mins. ] Jeremy Nathans is Professor of molecular biology and genetics, neuroscience and ophthalmology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His discoveries have changed our understanding of how humans ...…
 
Judy A. Mikovits earned BA in Chemistry from the University of Virginia in 1980 and a Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology from George Washington University in 1992. In her thirty-five-year career, she has done pioneering work in immunology, epigenetics, virology, and natural products drug development including the discovery of the modul ...…
 
Real Science Radio co-host Bob Enyart interviews the fourth man to walk on the moon, astronaut Alan Bean. After a great discussion, Captain Bean suddenly had to leave, and then Bob then took time to discuss the one topic that they disagreed about during the interview. * No UFOs, No Aliens: Because Astronaut Bean told us on today's interview (as ...…
 
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