Best scientific podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The Life Scientific
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Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to leading scientists about their life and work, finding out what inspires and motivates them and asking what their discoveries might do for mankind
 
An examination of scientific inquiry through a discussion of the history and philosophy of the scientific endeavor and the people who have participated in it.
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Tune in every weekday for quick reports and commentaries on the world of science—it'll just take a minute
 
Scientific Strength is an innovative podcast that de-constucts the science of strength training, as well as health and fitness research. Learn how to improve training and performance with cutting edge research in the area of strength, health, fitness, and peak performance for today's coach, athlete, and serious fitness enthusiast. Brought to you by Scott Iardella, MPT, CSCS, CISSN, strength coach, performance specialist, and former physical therapist. Each episode is dedicated to one study - ...
 
Join host Steve Mirsky each week as he explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists
 
The main idea of "Socialism: Utopian and Scientific" (1880) was distinguishing scientific socialism and utopian socialism. Engels begins by chronicaling the thought of utopian socialists, starting with Saint-Simon. He then proceeds to Fourier and Robert Owen. In chapter two, he summarizes dialectics, and then chronicles the thought from the ancient Greeks to Hegel. Chapter three summarizes dialectics in relation to economic and social struggles, essentially echoing the words of Marx. (Introd ...
 
In recent years scientists have discovered over 430 exoplanets, or planets that revolve around sun-like stars. While no Earth-like planet has been found, recent discoveries confirm an early SETI hypothesis that a significant percentage of stars in our galaxy should have orbiting planets around them. But discovering a planet that has the potential to support life or receiving an extraterrestrial signal raises another important question: Is it possible to quickly travel across the universe? Th ...
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
In the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) scientific podcasts, we provide interviews with cancer researchers about their latest work as well as recordings of AACR teleconferences.
 
An examination of scientific inquiry through a discussion of the history and philosophy of the scientific endeavor and the people who have participated in it.
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Join host Steve Mirsky each week as he explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists
 
I am the founder of Scientific Nutrition and the author of The Optimized Guide to Intermittent Fasting and I want you to live a healthy life. In this workday show you will get a 5-10 minute update on something new or interesting in the world of health, fitness, or nutrition.
 
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Scientific Theory
Monthly
 
A podcast about science, looking at life, the universe, and everything else along the way.
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Autism Explained, Inc is an organization dedicated to connecting families and loved ones of children with autism spectrum disorders to the scientific research community studying autism. Through out weekly podcast series featuring interviews with the world's leading autism researchers and novel community-funding mechanism, Autism Explained is helping to bring the research into autism spectrum disorders to the non-scientific autism community.
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
A collection of videos from the LSE Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method.
 
Are you doing all the right things and success still eludes you? Are your relationships or health a struggle? Are you building a coaching or healing business and don’t understand why your conversations with people are not as productive as they should be? Transitioning from research physicist to healer was prompted by dysfunctional relationships and failing health. On the Scientific Healing Healing, you will hear about people just like you that struggled with their health and relationships th ...
 
A weekly snippet of science to expand your brain, brought to you by Chris Stewart and Tilly Boleyn, from Tilly's Thursday Overdrive show on radio 2SER 107.7FM in Sydney, Australia.
 
These episodes come from annual meetings of the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA). It also includes talks given by members at other venues. For more information about specific annual meetings of the ASA go to http://www.asa3.org/ASA/meetings/Many DVDs of plenary lectures and CDs of sessions from recent ASA Annual Meetings are available for sale from Florian AudioVisual ( http://www.florianaudiovisual.com/ )
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
Science news and technology updates from Scientific American
 
A guide through the adventures of science
 
Podcast by Rad Robot
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Elizabeth Holliday
 
Barrett's Project Discovery & Project Interaction teachers, & ELL, Reading, & Classroom Teachers were awarded a $10,000 Toyota TAPESTRY Science grant. The 2006-07 grant supported student participation in lessons that incorporate the Jason Project, NASA Explorer School experiences, Virginia Science and culminated with the creation of video podcasts by fourth graders. Recently science podcasts created by 2nd grade students have been added to this blog.
 
Official podcast of dutch DJ and producer Mav (Utrecht, The Netherlands), his record label Scientific Records and Mav's monthly drum and bass radio show Scientific Radio on Bassdrive.com
 
Hey! We are a group of gamers and amateur scientists. Our passion is not debunking gaming science; but rather trying to make it work on paper in the real world. Give us a follow and visit the website for written articles and updates!
 
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Vaguely Scientific
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Our panelists answer questions that range from the serious to the ridiculous using as much science as they can muster! Hosts Jim, Derek, and a rotating panel use their expertise (or lack thereof) to answer your questions in a manner that can only be described as "vaguely scientific."
 
The official podcast of Freedom Scientific, leaders in assistive technology for blind people and those with low vision. Hosted by Jonathan Mosen, FSCast features news, interviews, and product demonstrations relating to Freedom Scientific products such as JAWS and ZoomText. FSCast is a great way to make the most of the products you have as well as learning about what's new and what's around the corner.
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Argye Hillis
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Jocelyn Bowden
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Karlea Kremer
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Michele McDonnell
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Susan Hillier
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 - Timothy Kleinig
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2011 Keynote Speaker Exclusive - Werner Hacke
 
SSA Annual Scientific Meeting 2010 - Louise Weir
 
One-hour online seminars on a range of topics related to education and learning.
 
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Patterning a surface with tiny stripes of ice prevents frost formation on the rest of the surface—a technique that could keep planes or roads frost-free. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Patterning a surface with tiny stripes of ice prevents frost formation on the rest of the surface—a technique that could keep planes or roads frost-free. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Patterning a surface with tiny stripes of ice prevents frost formation on the rest of the surface—a technique that could keep planes or roads frost-free. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann talks about the just-issued Goalkeepers Report, tracking progress against poverty and disease even as the population keeps rising. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Researchers have designed a musical instrument that can detect counterfeit drugs by the pitch of its notes. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
On June 8, 1967, the USS Liberty, a US Navy research ship was attacked by the Israeli Air Force. The crew is entitled to know the details concerning the attack by the Government of Israel and the role of the US Government in the entire affair. The USS Liberty is the only US Navy ship attacked by a foreign nation, involving a large loss of life ...…
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Forests with numerous tree species, and therefore a mix of water-management strategies, appear more tolerant of drought. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
On International Talk Like a Pirate Day, here's an eye-patch-witness account of how science helps in all peg-leg walks of life, even piracy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
On International Talk Like a Pirate Day, here's an eye-patch-witness account of how science helps in all peg-leg walks of life, even piracy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
On International Talk Like a Pirate Day, here's an eye-patch-witness account of how science helps in all peg-leg walks of life, even piracy -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Steve Mirsky.
 
In our pilot episode, we discuss whether or not anyone would have bothered to invent guns in a world of magic. Then, we weigh the merits and demerits of launching a horse into space. Panelists: Jim and Derek
 
The marine mammals have extraordinarily sensitive touch—which helps them nab prey in the absence of other sensory cues. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
The marine mammals have extraordinarily sensitive touch—which helps them nab prey in the absence of other sensory cues. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
The marine mammals have extraordinarily sensitive touch—which helps them nab prey in the absence of other sensory cues. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
The marine mammals have extraordinarily sensitive touch—which helps them nab prey in the absence of other sensory cues. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
A few very brief reports about science and technology from around the globe. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Maya Miller.
 
A few very brief reports about science and technology from around the globe. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Maya Miller.
 
A few very brief reports about science and technology from around the globe. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Maya Miller.
 
A few very brief reports about science and technology from around the globe. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Maya Miller.
 
The next major release of our screen reading software, JAWS 2019, is about to enter public beta as this podcast is published. Eric Damery takes us through some of the new features available immediately, and those planned for the JAWS 2019 cycle. Jonathan Mosen speaks with Stuart Lawler, who has a new role with Sight and Sound as it expands to I ...…
 
A mutation in a key gene may have endowed humans with superior endurance—allowing them to compete better with other animals on the savanna. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
A mutation in a key gene may have endowed humans with superior endurance—allowing them to compete better with other animals on the savanna. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
A mutation in a key gene may have endowed humans with superior endurance—allowing them to compete better with other animals on the savanna. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Springtime's arriving earlier across North America. But the degree of change isn't the same everywhere, which could spell trouble for migratory birds. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Springtime's arriving earlier across North America. But the degree of change isn't the same everywhere, which could spell trouble for migratory birds. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Kundalini — a state of heightened awareness Kundalini is a state of heightened awareness of that allows oneself to make meaningful and lasting changes in their life. But how can we recognize this in our own lives? Life coach Lindy Baker discusses kundalini with the Unnormal Paranormal Podcast If you wish to learn more about Lindy Baker and her ...…
 
Biologists are enlisting citizen scientists to poke around under the sink and behind the curtains, for wildlife living in the "great indoors." Karen Hopkin reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Karen Hopkin.
 
Biologists are enlisting citizen scientists to poke around under the sink and behind the curtains, for wildlife living in the "great indoors." Karen Hopkin reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Karen Hopkin.
 
Astrophysicists have gotten a better glimpse at what happens to crashing neutron stars by listening in on the electromagnetic echoes of the collision. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
Astrophysicists have gotten a better glimpse at what happens to crashing neutron stars by listening in on the electromagnetic echoes of the collision. Christopher Intagliata reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Christopher Intagliata.
 
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