Best schekman podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Guy Scheiman's Podcast
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Guy Scheiman is one of the most successful DJs and producers on the international club scene, with club bookings that span the globe and official remixes for some of the world’s biggest stars, including JLo, Kylie Minogue, Rihanna and Lady Gaga. Based in Tel Aviv, Scheiman is known for his high-energy sound that combines house, progressive, tribal and tech house with strong melodies and memorable vocals. His live sets feature strong grooves and powerful bass-lines that ignite his dance floor ...
 
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DJ Tristan Jaxx | JAXX TRAXX
 
DJ Tristan Jaxx’s hard-hitting signature brand of visceral house music commands an enthralling blend of deep, pounding sound, larger-than-life vocals and vast & voluminous instrumentals. These elements combine to form an aural orgasm of consistently elevated energy that is truly unique. With an obvious finger on the pulse of what is fresh, energetic and exciting, his hunger for compositions and sets that one can completely get lost inside is sweeping the world. His chart-topping podcast seri ...
 
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Randy Schekman, 2013 Nobel laurate in Physiology or Medicine, discusses the effects of journals, like Nature, Science, and Cell, on the way science is conducted and disseminated. ​
 
Meet Dr. Judy Mikovits, a passionate research molecular biologist and biochemist; wrongfully jailed with her career destroyed forever because she dared to publish findings unacceptable to vested interests. Back story: On July 22, 2009, a special meeting was held with twenty-four leading scientists at the National Institutes of Health to discuss ...…
 
Meet Dr. Judy Mikovits, a passionate research molecular biologist and biochemist; wrongfully jailed with her career destroyed forever because she dared to publish findings unacceptable to vested interests. Back story: On July 22, 2009, a special meeting was held with twenty-four leading scientists at the National Institutes of Health to discuss ...…
 
Meet Dr. Judy Mikovits, a passionate research molecular biologist and biochemist; wrongfully jailed with her career destroyed forever because she dared to publish findings unacceptable to vested interests. Back story: On July 22, 2009, a special meeting was held with twenty-four leading scientists at the National Institutes of Health to discuss ...…
 
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Lena Live with Elyena Miremonde
 
Lena Live with Lena Miremonde and Julian Lampert and special guests, Prof. Dr. Thomas Südhof, Dr. James E. Rothman and Dr. Randy W. SchekmanBy miremonde@gmail.com (Elyena Miremonde).
 
In this episode of the eLife podcast, the neuroscience of chewing, African sleeping sickness, skin cancer, and an ancient protein complex called TSET. eLife editor-in-chief Randy Schekman also shares his thoughts on scientific publishing...
 
In this episode of the eLife podcast, the neuroscience of chewing, African sleeping sickness, skin cancer, and an ancient protein complex called TSET. eLife editor-in-chief Randy Schekman also shares his thoughts on scientific publishing...
 
In this episode of the eLife podcast, the neuroscience of chewing, African sleeping sickness, skin cancer, and an ancient protein complex called TSET. eLife editor-in-chief Randy Schekman also shares his thoughts on scientific publishing...
 
Vetenskapsradions medicinreporter Annika Östman träffar cellbiologen James Rothman som är en av förra årets tre medicinpristagare.By Sveriges Radio.
 
Passion is essential to Randy Schekman, 2013 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine. Here he lays out his thoughts on why scientific publications should be available to everyone for free, an open access view that has recently caused quite a stir. He also explains why he always tries to avoid competition!…
 
Den amerikanske biologen Randy Schekman får pris för upptäckten av vad som styr logistiken i cellen. Men vem är han egentligen, denne älskare av klarinettmusik, som en gång polisanmälde sina egna föräldrar för stöld. Vetenskapsradions Johan Bergendorff har träffat Randy Schekman.By Sveriges Radio.
 
Vetenskapsradions medicinreporter Annika Östman träffar cellbiologen James Rothman som är en av årets tre medicinpristagare.By Sveriges Radio.
 
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Big Picture Science
 
Your brain is made up of cells. Each one does its own, cell thing. But remarkable behavior emerges when lots of them join up in the grey matter club. You are a conscious being – a single neuron isn’t. Find out about the counter-intuitive process known as emergence – when simple stuff develops complex forms and complex behavior – and all without ...…
 
This week we talk to Randy Schekman, the University of California-Berkeley cell biologist who was just awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in medicine for his work on how cells regulate the protein “traffic” that is at the core of their communication with other cells.In the interview with co-host Indre Viskontas, Schekman not only explains his scienti ...…
 
The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine goes to James E. Rothman, Randy W. Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof for their discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells
 
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Big Picture Science
 
ENCORE Live forever? Both cancer cells and stem cells can make a claim to immortality. Left unchecked, tumors will grow indefinitely. And stem cells offer the promise of non-stop rejuvenation. We’ll find out whether the surprising discovery of stem cells in the brain really can keep our thinking organ young. And we’ll hear the remarkable story ...…
 
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PNAS Science Sessions
 
PNAS Editor-in-Chief Randy Schekman discusses the journal's new option to publish online-only research articles.By The National Academies.
 
PNAS Editor-in-Chief Randy Schekman discusses the journal's new option to publish online-only research articles.
 
Randy Schekman, the PNAS Editor-in-Chief, discusses the selection process and history of the Cozzarelli Prize. The Cozzarelli Prize is given annually to six outstanding PNAS articles, each representing one of the major disciplines of the National Academy of Sciences.
 
Randy Schekman, the PNAS Editor-in-Chief, discusses the selection process and history of the Cozzarelli Prize. The Cozzarelli Prize is given annually to six outstanding PNAS articles, each representing one of the major disciplines of the National Academy of Sciences.
 
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