Best ribosome podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Ribosome Radio
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Ribosome Radio is a monthly podcast of experimental music, including sampling, sound manipulation, synthesizer and computer music, and invented or unusual instruments.
 
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Ribosome Radio
 
00:00) Opening Chimes00:20) Silent Land Time Machine "remembering names" from "I am no longer alone with myself and can only artificially recall the scary and beautiful feeling of solitude", Holodeck Records, 2017 (https://sltm.bandcamp.com)00:20) & hello05:38) Sarah Angliss "A Wren in the Cathedral" from "Ealing Feeder", (self-released), 2017 ...…
 
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Ribosome Radio
 
00:00) Opening Chimes00:36) Rafael Toral "Space III" (excerpt) from "Space", Staubgold, 2006 (https://rafaeltoral-r.bandcamp.com/album/space)00:36) hello09:42) Felicia Atkinson "CURIOUS IN EPIDAVROS" from "HAND IN HAND", Shelter Press, 2017 (https://feliciaatkinson.bandcamp.com/album/hand-in-hand)12:39) Apulati Bien "EPOC" from "OO:NÉ", Promess ...…
 
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Ribosome Radio
 
00:00) Opening Chimes00:14) Curtis Glatter & Nathan Hubbard "glass house vertigo" (excerpt) from "glass house vertigo", Castor and Pollux Music, 2017 (https://castorandpolluxmusic.bandcamp.com/album/glass-house-vertigo)04:52) Brainiac (with Jim O'Rourke) "Fashion 500" from "Electro-Shock for President", Touch and Go, 1997 (https://www.amazon.co ...…
 
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The Tim Ferriss Show – The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
 
“There is no such thing as successful aging because aging is damage.” – Art De Vany Dr. Arthur De Vany is nearly eighty years old and ripped. Better known as Art De Vany, he was signed as a professional baseball player in his youth and later earned his Ph.D. in Economics at UCLA. He is most famous for his “evolutionary fitness” approach to trai ...…
 
00:00) Opening Chimes00:27) Monte Isola (Myriam Provot) "Niebla_Transverse" from "N I E B L A", Wild Silence, 2013 (https://lamonteisola.bandcamp.com/album/n-i-e-b-l-a)06:36) Yves De May "Yearned" from "Drawn with Shadow Pens", Spectrum Spools, 2016 (https://spectrumspools.bandcamp.com/album/drawn-with-shadow-pens)06:36) & announcements12:30) G ...…
 
00:00) Hello03:04) Rhulinobo Elige, Munyeno Vesoo, Bolungwe Munyeno, Joker Shamavu "Uni Urami" from "Music of the Shi People", Alula Records , 1983 (https://www.amazon.com/Music-Shi-People-Elige/dp/B000BB191W/ref=sr_1_1/139-1428085-4402757)07:42) Horse Lords "Bending to the Lash" from "Interventions", Northern Spy, 2016 (https://horselords.band ...…
 
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Dr. Berkson's Best Health Radio Podcast
 
Dr. Lindsey Berkson discusses how the power of food is not just in our food choices, but in how much we eat. This podcast is on the power of "less food." Dr. Berkson shares how "caloric restriction" helps us live younger longer and may now be used to treat some illnesses, such as reverse some cases of type-2 diabetes. It's long been repeatedly ...…
 
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The Food Chain - What's Eating What Radio
 
Topics include a look into the mechanisms of living cells; how the ribosomes within those cells manufacture the essential proteins of life, and whether our knowledge of those ribosomes can help us find viable replacements for the antibiotics that are noBy michaelo@metrofarm.com.
 
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The Strong Women’s Club: Jewish women's stories, Jewish women entrepreneurs, Jewish women leaders, Jewish women in business, sports, and science
 
Today I’ll tell you about a Jewish woman who did NOT get the Nobel prize. But first, I’ll tell you who the Jewish women are that DID get the Nobel prize. There are eight amazing women on this list: 1947 Gerty Cori - Physiology or Medicine-USA-: For their discovery of the source of the catalytic conversion of glycogen 1966 Nelly Sachs - Literatu ...…
 
This week David has the pleasure of being joined by Dr. Vandre Casagrande Figuieredo, a post - doctoral researcher at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. Dr. Figuieredo's main interests is in the role of ribosome biogenesis in muscle hypertrophy regulation. Vandre previously studied at the prestigious Karolinska institute, Sweden. In this ep ...…
 
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Dr. Ada Yonath has spent her career pioneering the use of the field of crystallography to map the structures of ribosomes.
 
The Body’s Builder: Protein It’s been touted the most important macronutrient in bodybuilding magazines since the 1950s. Is it all it’s cracked up to be? You’ll discover the history of protein, along with its building blocks, amino acids as well as its functions. The World of Muscle Link: www.theworldofmuscle.com Hosts: Tamas Acs and Randy Roac ...…
 
The Body’s Builder: Protein It’s been touted the most important macronutrient in bodybuilding magazines since the 1950s. Is it all it’s cracked up to be? You’ll discover the history of protein, along with its building blocks, amino acids as well as its functions. The World of Muscle Link: www.theworldofmuscle.com Hosts: Tamas Acs and Randy Roac ...…
 
Magnesium plays many important roles in the structure and the function of the human body. The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. Over 60% of all the magnesium in the body is found in the skeleton, about 27% is found in muscle, 6% to 7% is found in other cells, and less than 1% is found outside of cells.WOW – you might wonder ...…
 
Magnesium plays many important roles in the structure and the function of the human body. The adult human body contains about 25 grams of magnesium. Over 60% of all the magnesium in the body is found in the skeleton, about 27% is found in muscle, 6% to 7% is found in other cells, and less than 1% is found outside of cells.WOW – you might wonder ...…
 
All life on Earth exists thanks to a universal genetic code. This biological rulebook tells our cells how DNA should be translated into life-supporting proteins, without which we couldn’t survive.Even though the genetic code commands a seemingly immeasurable number of organisms, it also binds us all together as descendents of a shared ancestor— ...…
 
All the information that's needed for life is written in our DNA. But how do we get from DNA code to biological reality? That's the job of the ribosomes - those clever molecular machines that are found in every living cell. And in 2008 Venki Ramakrishnan was awarded the Nobel Prize for determining their structure. Jim talks to Venki about the f ...…
 
All the information that's needed for life is written in our DNA. But how do we get from DNA code to biological reality? That's the job of the ribosomes - those clever molecular machines that are found in every living cell. And in 2008 Venki Ramakrishnan was awarded the Nobel Prize for determining their structure. Jim talks to Venki about the f ...…
 
All the information that's needed for life is written in our DNA. But how do we get from DNA code to biological reality? That's the job of the ribosomes - those clever molecular machines that are found in every living cell. And in 2008 Venki Ramakrishnan was awarded the Nobel Prize for determining their structure. Jim talks to Venki about the f ...…
 
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Against the Grain Podcast
 
Transcription Chad: This is Dr. Chad Edwards and you’re listening to Podcast 14 of Against The Grain Podcast. Are you tired and fatigued? Are you frustrated with doctors because the just don’t listen? Do you want to fix your pain without surgery? If you answered yes to any of these questions then we are the clinic for you. We offer TulsaProloth ...…
 
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GED Test Audio Lessons, Audio GED Prep Project
 
http://www.audiogedprep.com Full Course is available at: https://gumroad.com/l/wHvQ For $59.99 Lesson Summary: Audio GED Prep Science Lesson 2 Life Science: Biochemistry There are two main ways in which organisms obtain the energy that they need in order to exist from day to day. There are some organisms like humans who eat other plants and ani ...…
 
Alexander Mankin –called Shura --of the University of Illinois, Chicago, and Michael Jewett at Northwestern University talk with Jeff Fox about their recent success in joining the 30S and 50S bacterial ribosomal subunits into a single, functioning entity and the implications of that work in terms of making specialized proteins and for studying ...…
 
Laureate Ada Yonath was dismissed as a dreamer, until she did pioneering work on the structure of the ribosome. We ask why there are so few women Nobel laureates. Although there is a better gender balance in science today, the battle is not yet won.
 
A very deep, hard to access, cave in the Rising Star cave system in South Africa has yielded a massive and important haul of fossilised early human bones. The bones have been assembled into 15 partial skeletons, of what have been called Homo Naledi – a new hominin species, which could either be one of the earliest Homo species and a precursor t ...…
 
Kevin Fong talks to Venki Ramakrishnan, Professor of structural biology in Cambridge and joint-winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009. Celebrated for his work on the ribosome, the remarkable molecular machine at the heart of all cell biology, Ramakrishnan was knighted for services to Science in 2012 and later this year, will become the ...…
 
Kevin Fong talks to Venki Ramakrishnan, Professor of structural biology in Cambridge and joint-winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009. Celebrated for his work on the ribosome, the remarkable molecular machine at the heart of all cell biology, Ramakrishnan was knighted for services to Science in 2012 and later this year, will become the ...…
 
Kevin Fong talks to Venki Ramakrishnan, Professor of structural biology in Cambridge and joint-winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2009. Celebrated for his work on the ribosome, the remarkable molecular machine at the heart of all cell biology, Ramakrishnan was knighted for services to Science in 2012 and later this year, will become the ...…
 
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This Week in Virology - MP3 Edition
 
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Alan Dove, and Rich Condit Vincent, Alan and Rich explain how to make a functional ribosome with tethered subunits, and review the results of a phase III VSV-vectored Ebolavirus vaccine trial in Guinea. Links for this episode Social media specialist position at ASM WHO dismisses Catholic church on vaccine safety U of ...…
 
Professor Lynne Regan from Yale’s Department of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry believes in the power of active learning. In this episode she shares what she’s learned incorporating active learning exercises into her classes. You can subscribe to the Teach Better Podcast through your favorite podcast app or simply subscribe through iTunes ...…
 
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This Week in Virology - MP3 Edition
 
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Rich Condit, and Kathy Spindler Guest: Joan Steitz This episode was recorded at the 34th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Virology, where Vincent, Rich, and Kathy spoke with Joan Steitz, a tireless promoter of women in science and one of the greatest scientists of our generation. Links for this episode ASV a ...…
 
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This Week in Microbiology
 
The TWiM team reviews the microbiological safety of herbs in the United Kingdom, and how a peptide from the milkweek bug binds the ribosome and inhibits bacterial protein synthesis. Links for this episode: Microbes in whole-leaf herbs (J Appl Micro) Antimicrobial peptide blocks ribosome (Nat Struct Mol Biol) Bacterial protein synthesis (Micro M ...…
 
Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Dr. Sasha Lessin inteview Kevin Loftis on Friday, April 17, 2015, 2 PM HST, 8 PM Eastern on www.blogtalkradio.com/aquarianradio. Kevin is the author of "The Synopsis of Life: A Fractal Existence" which describes the interworkings of our living solar system. He is currently writing a second book to continue his work. He ...…
 
On this week's episode of the Beta Sandwich Science Podcast we discuss (1) If you should be concerned about arsenic levels in rice, (2) New research shows that proteins can be elongated in the ribosome without an mRNA template, and (3) The Metabolism Quiz. Christian tests your knowledge of the conversion of food to energy…
 
2014 är det internationella kristallografiåret och i Vetandets värld möter vi två forskare som gjort vad som sett ut som omöjliga framsteg på kristallografins område. Både Ada Yonath och Dan Schechtman arbetade i motvind – men kom till slut att bli Nobelpristagare.By Sveriges Radio.
 
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