Best neurons podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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High Proof Podcast
Monthly
 
Your place for conversations on science and spirits (we like high proof in both cases)!
 
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The MNI Podcasts
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Podcasts from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital
 
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Dicks N' Cider Show
Monthly
 
“Come Join Our Circle Jerk Of A Conversation!” The Dicks N’ Cider Show is a podcast where two brothers (Allen & Shawn), their nephew (Adam), get together once a week for a circle jerk of a conversation. The conversations vary from the week’s misadventures, movies, music, sex, drugs, work, politics, relationships, and the downfall of sinciety. During this conversation we bring a few periodicals, jokes, and weird news. Each individual has a part to bring to the show. Allen, aka “Ice”, is the o ...
 
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Whispers from the Unseen
Monthly
 
Whispers from the Unseen is dedicated to finding, sharing, exploring and expressing those aspects of the world that should not be found, shared, explored, or expressed in the first place. How do you see a whisper? How do you speak what cannot be seen? There is a world inside of a neuron that lives inside of a memory that imagines another world. Some of us would like to go there. Others go there every day. Ultimately, this site is dedicated to art: the spirit of responding to the unknown and ...
 
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Dicks N' Cider Show
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“Come Join Our Circle Jerk Of A Conversation!” The Dicks N’ Cider Show is a podcast where two brothers (Allen & Shawn), their nephew (Adam), get together once a week for a circle jerk of a conversation. The conversations vary from the week’s misadventures, movies, music, sex, drugs, work, politics, relationships, and the downfall of sinciety. During this conversation we bring a few periodicals, jokes, and weird news. Each individual has a part to bring to the show. Allen, aka “Ice”, is the o ...
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
Today Leo Browning, a PhD Candidate with the MacDiarmid Institute tells us about his thesis which involves manipulating nano-wires to make neural networks that behave like living neurons.
 
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Radio New Zealand - All Programmes
 
Today Leo Browning, a PhD Candidate with the MacDiarmid Institute tells us about his thesis which involves manipulating nano-wires to make neural networks that behave like living neurons.
 
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RNZ: Jesse Mulligan, 1–4pm
 
Today Leo Browning, a PhD Candidate with the MacDiarmid Institute tells us about his thesis which involves manipulating nano-wires to make neural networks that behave like living neurons.
 
I start this telephone interview mentioning Waihopai the Secret US controlled Five Eyes - Echelon spy station as it only a few kilometres from Blenheim where Steffan lives in the South Island. Steffan held the Security and Intelligence portfolio for the Green Party for many years. Thus we both concur that there is a very good chance that our te ...…
 
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The Model Health Show: Nutrition | Exercise | Fitness | Health | Lifestyle
 
The next Watergate… the next Covfefe… the next New World Order is… coconut oil? It’s remarkable how foods go in and out of fashion. A similar thing has happened with eggs. For centuries folks were eating whole eggs because, well, that’s how they come. Then saturated fat and cholesterol were villainized, and the egg yolks got the boot. Suddenly ...…
 
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RareGem Productions: Positive Media | Health | Business | Inspiration | Education | Community | Lifestyle
 
The next Watergate… the next Covfefe… the next New World Order is… coconut oil? It’s remarkable how foods go in and out of fashion. A similar thing has happened with eggs. For centuries folks were eating whole eggs because, well, that’s how they come. Then saturated fat and cholesterol were villainized, and the egg yolks got the boot. Suddenly ...…
 
A study has suggested it may be possible to delete memories that trigger anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), based on experiments in snails.The research was carried out by scientists at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) and McGill University. The findings were published in the journal Current Biology.Part of the way brain ...…
 
First hour: Ed welcomes Emmy Award winner George Schlatter, the creator and producer of Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In and Real People. Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In: The Complete Series is available exclusively through TimeLife and includes a slew of new bonus features, including the pilot episode of Laugh-In; cast interviews; a collectible memory book ...…
 
First hour: Ed welcomes Emmy Award winner George Schlatter, the creator and producer of Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In and Real People. Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In: The Complete Series is available exclusively through TimeLife and includes a slew of new bonus features, including the pilot episode of Laugh-In; cast interviews; a collectible memory book ...…
 
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SCICureCast: The Movement to Cure Spinal Cord Injury
 
Marilyn, Kate and Matthew discuss the complicated research processes targeting the replacement and incorporation of neurons into the injured spinal cord. How do these replacement strategies fit into an already wired and connected system? And how can they be coaxed …
 
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Neural Implant podcast - the people behind Brain-Machine Interface revolutions
 
Dr. Andrew Jackson of Newcastle University talks about some of the advantages of using Local Field Potentials instead of measuring neuronal spikes. by using 100x less bandwidth you can reduce the energy required by an implant which would make wireless devices much more feasible.
 
Author Nature-Science @NatureScience(Photo: )http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contacthttp://JohnBatchelorShow.com/scheduleshttp://johnbatchelorshow.com/blogTwitter: @BatchelorShowWhat we hominini don't know about what we know about how our hominini brain works. @JamesGorman“…Scientists have puzzled out profoundly important insights about how the br ...…
 
Author Nature-Science @NatureScience(Photo: )http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contacthttp://JohnBatchelorShow.com/scheduleshttp://johnbatchelorshow.com/blogTwitter: @BatchelorShowWhat we hominini don't know about what we know about how our hominini brain works. @JamesGorman“…Scientists have puzzled out profoundly important insights about how the br ...…
 
A story from The Verge.Most of us think “perfect” memory means never forgetting, but maybe forgetting actually helps us navigate a world that is random and ever-changing.So say two neuroscientists in a review published today in the journal Neuron. The argument is that memory isn’t supposed to act like a video recorder, but instead like a list o ...…
 
Anchor lead: For people who have trouble speaking, an electrical current delivered through the skull may help, Elizabeth Tracey reportsPrimary progressive aphasia, or PPA, is medicalese for a condition where people have trouble speaking or naming things, but don’t have Alzheimer’s disease or another common cause. Kyrana Tsapkini, a PPA research ...…
 
Synopsis: This week we give you a detailed introduction into the human nervous system, neurons and glia. Learn all about how it works as well as how dendrites propagate the electrochemical stimulation received from other neural cells to the cell body, or soma, of the neuron from which the dendrites project. Duration: 47:10:00 Present: Aaron Ste ...…
 
Synopsis: This week we give you a detailed introduction into the human nervous system, neurons and glia. Learn all about how it works as well as how dendrites propagate the electrochemical stimulation received from other neural cells to the cell body, or soma, of the neuron from which the dendrites project. Duration: 47:10:00 Present: Aaron Ste ...…
 
An informal interview with Anthony Ptak spontaneously conducted by the multitalented writer actress activist advocate journalist Britt Sady in NYC Summer 2016. The background audio still needs a bit more cleanup but I feel it is a timely release in the current state of noise reduction. I talk with Britt about life humanity emotion music motor n ...…
 
What is Consciousness? Is it unique to human cognition or is it universal and permeating all things? Is it an epiphenomenon of brain activity or a universal constant? Do all things 'have' consciousness or are they 'of', 'in', or 'by' consciousness? Who and what are we, humankind, in the grander process of Consciousness itself? What is the natur ...…
 
Listen To The Audio Version Connect On Facebook Connect on Twitter Connect on Instagram Connect on Pinterest Connect on YouTube Powered by the Simple Live Press Cre8tivConnections LIVE! Episode 10 Mindfulness as Wellness, stress management adult coloring self-care time with Stacy & Lindsay Directions for our First ever CC CONTEST!!!!! Sign up f ...…
 
Dr. Justin Willer interviews Dr. Yuebing Li about optimizing muscle selection for electromyography in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. He was part of a group that compared the yield of limb and thoracic paraspinal muscle examination for revealing lower motor neuron (LMN) dysfunction on electromyography (EMG) in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) ...…
 
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HealthCast Now - The Intersection of Health, Wellness & Circadian Optimization
 
Head Strong Book & Optimizing Mitochondrial Health and Wellness with Dave Asprey Dave Asprey is the founder of Bulletproof Exec, a company geared towards biohacking to make sure the human body not only functions optimally, but ages slowly too. Before the invention of the now famous Bulletproof coffee, Dave was just another man walking the halls ...…
 
Cognition - or thoughts - are what determine how persons understand the world around them and act (or react) within it. At their root, cognition is based on one's belief system. What you believe about yourself and the world determines your thoughts about it, which in turn determine your actions. With a few exceptions, every human action is part ...…
 
Having run the 14 Kms City to Surf marathon three times, a selfless active volunteer at community and charity events, Sanjay Vaidya is now adjusting to a life of limited movements since he was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease. On 21st June , th... (દર વર્ષે ૨૧મી જૂને એક એવા રોગ વિષે લોકોને જાગરૂક કરવાના વૈશ્વિક પ્રયાસો થાય છે , જે રોગ થવાનુઁ ...…
 
Professor of Paediatrics Dr John Whitehall explains the three-stage medical response to gender dysphoria and the problems associated with this. In this talk, Dr Whitehall describes puberty blocking, cross-sex hormones and sex-change surgery. He also provides a more compassionate solution to children experiencing gender dysphoria. Download this ...…
 
Increase Everyday Movement, Part 3: Practical Tips On the heels of two shows detailing the problems associated with insufficient movement and the importance of finding ways to move more each day, host Brad Kearns offers up some practical suggestions to increase general everyday movement. Topics include: walk everywhere you can!; take frequent c ...…
 
Former Lions centre Tom Shanklin and BBC 5 live rugby union reporter Chris Jones join Caroline Barker to review the Lions' convincing win over the Chiefs on Tuesday and discuss who head coach Warren Gatland will select for the first Test against New Zealand on Saturday. The panel are also joined by ex-Lions winger John Bentley, who reacts to th ...…
 
Former Lions centre Tom Shanklin and BBC 5 live rugby union reporter Chris Jones join Caroline Barker to review the Lions' convincing win over the Chiefs on Tuesday and discuss who head coach Warren Gatland will select for the first Test against New Zealand on Saturday. The panel are also joined by ex-Lions winger John Bentley, who reacts to th ...…
 
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Leadership Development News
 
This show is focused on the dance that goes on between our brains when we are in relationship with others. This invisible dynamic is now known with the help of functional MRI’s. We will look at Leadership Empathy, one of the EI competencies, why it is important for leaders, how do you develop it for yourself and in your team, PLUS the lack impu ...…
 
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Art + Music + Technology
 
NOTE: This podcast is presented as a collaboration with Synthtopia.com for the presentation of people designing synthesizers. You can listen to the podcast here, on the synthtopia website (in an embedded player) or on iTunes. But you can also read the article as well as search for information by viewing the transcription available here: http:// ...…
 
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Art + Music + Technology
 
NOTE: This podcast is presented as a collaboration with Synthtopia.com for the presentation of people designing synthesizers. You can listen to the podcast here, on the synthtopia website (in an embedded player) or on iTunes. But you can also read the article as well as search for information by viewing the transcription available here: http:// ...…
 
In a neural network, the output value of a neuron is almost always transformed in some way using a function. A trivial choice would be a linear transformation which can only scale the data. However, other transformations, like a step function allow for non-linear properties to be introduced. Activation functions can also help to standardize you ...…
 
In a neural network, the output value of a neuron is almost always transformed in some way using a function. A trivial choice would be a linear transformation which can only scale the data. However, other transformations, like a step function allow for non-linear properties to be introduced. Activation functions can also help to standardize you ...…
 
After being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease last year, Michael Clancy from Kilrush spoke to Morning Focus about living with the terminal disease and promote their fundraiser 'Drink Tea for MND', with proceeds going to the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.
 
Listen Now to Future News 06-13-2017 In these days where drones are getting a bad rap for being instruments of death, we must remember that the technology has many useful and even life-saving roles to play. The latest positive use, from Sweden, has drones delivering AEDs, Automated External Defibrillators, quickly to people who have suffered a ...…
 
Chris speaks of old men looking for planets that don’t exist (like the planet, Vulcan). Then, we talk about neurodiversity potentially having an unexpected genetic basis. Maybe your neuronal mutations will decide for you that you want to listen to this week’s podcast! Join us and pick up a few cool metal bands to listen to along the way. The hu ...…
 
Chris speaks of old men looking for planets that don’t exist (like the planet, Vulcan). Then, we talk about neurodiversity potentially having an unexpected genetic basis. Maybe your neuronal mutations will decide for you that you want to listen to this week’s podcast! Join us and pick up a few cool metal bands to listen to along the way. The hu ...…
 
A story from Statnews.He knows he sounds like a snake-oil salesman.It’s not every day, after all, that a tenured professor at a prestigious university starts peddling a mail-order diet to melt away belly fat, rejuvenate worn-out cells, prevent diseases ranging from diabetes to cancer — and, for good measure, turn back the clock on aging.But bio ...…
 
Moon Tripper & BMSS Records joined forces to present the monthly radio show "Cosmic Hour" on the Digitally Imported Goa-Psy Channel.Cosmic Hour showcases top notch Psy-Trance, with Moon Tripper's twist of dark and mysterious atmospheres blended and driven into ethnic vibes, serious, and energetic sounds.The host Moon Tripper brings a special gu ...…
 
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New South Wales Country Hour
 
Citrus boom only a few years after the industry went through a bust, Wild dog control under the spotlight and going into a milk freeze to raise money for motor neurone disease research
 
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New South Wales Country Hour
 
Citrus boom only a few years after the industry went through a bust, Wild dog control under the spotlight and going into a milk freeze to raise money for motor neurone disease research
 
For decades, the study of the brain focused on neurons, the electrically excitable cells that transmit information. But the work of one scientist shifted focus to the cells that make up half of our brain: glia or brain glue. What do glia cells do? Are they important?
 
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Breaking Math Podcast
 
In a universe where everything is representable by information, what does it mean to interact with that world? When you follow a series of steps to accomplish a goal, what you're doing is taking part in a mathematical tradition as old as math itself: algorithms. From time immemorial, we've accelerated the growth of this means of transformation, ...…
 
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Everyday Einstein's Quick and Dirty Tips for Making Sense of Science
 
For decades, the study of the brain focused on neurons, the electrically excitable cells that transmit information. But the work of one scientist shifted focus to the cells that make up half of our brain: glia or brain glue. What do glia cells do? Are they important?
 
Here, we discuss Neuralink, Elon Musk's new company, a bit more deeply. We focus more on what it would be like if a whole brain computer interface were realized, and how likely it might be. References: 1. 2017 Urban, Tim. Neuralink and the Brain's Magical Future. Wait but Why. April, 2017. Web. Accessed April 2017. http://waitbutwhy.com/2017/04 ...…
 
Betty Machete & the Angry Cougars – Whiskey DreamsThe You Suck Flying Circus – Get in LineKrustal - NeuronsHello Emerson – StrawGhost Wine – Text ArmCicii Clark – Trying! The Redbuds – Willow GardenMala Gotti – Losers Freestyle
 
The May 2017 book for the Ascending Apes book club was “Waking Up,” by Sam Harris. In this episode of the Bookcast, Jason Abbott and Doug Noble are joined by Pastor Nar to discus the book. Waking Up by Sam Harris The book for June 2017 is “Tribe” by Sebastian Junger Join the discussion on our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/asce ...…
 
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