Best species podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Freedom of Species
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Animal advocacy on the airwaves, hosted by a team of local animal advocates.
 
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Species
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Learn all about animals, one species at a time. Every episode is loaded with fun facts, cool stories, and unbelievable science. Come discover some amazing creatures! New episodes come out every Sunday.
 
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Female of the Species
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A podcast about the sisterhood of science. A healthy mix of issues facing women in STEM, good solid chit chat, and belly laughs.
 
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Extinct Species
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Extinct Species
 
Considered to be one of the books that changed the world and how we view ourselves, On The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin was met with incredulous horror when it was first published in 1859. The revolutionary, almost blasphemous ideas it described were seen as antithetical to the existing ideas of Creation contained in the Bible and other religious texts. It was mocked, reviled and the author was personally subjected to vicious persecution by the establishment and theologians. In the ye ...
 
ALL SPECIES BOWHUNTING
 
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Invasive Species
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Invasive Species
 
AI is here. You use it every day. You know it as Amazon, Netflix, Facebook Chatbots, your Instagram Feed, your Roomba, etc. On this show we talk about WHY and HOW humanity SHOULD merge with Artificial Intelligence and begin to integrate more AI into their daily lives. We believe that AI will only "destroy the world" if we do not have the conversations on this very podcast. We will be bringing in experts in Machine Learning, Chatbots, Data Science, and the latest emerging technology in order ...
 
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All Species Media
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Podcast from Arcata CA, highlighting local and global environmental, social, and political issues that need a closer look.
 
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Species Elite
Monthly
 
Ethan Edenburg and Eric Jackowitz have been best friends for many years. This is their audio playground.
 
The latest news about invasive species from around the world, as reported at the Invasive Species Weblog.
 
Audiobook Podcast for the rationalist fan fiction Pokemon: The Origin of Species written by Daystar Eld.Original text:http://daystareld.com/pokemon/ptoospodcast@gmail.com
 
Why Species are Fuzzy - Audio
 
Why Species are Fuzzy - Video
 
This is the 6th and last edition of "On The Origin of Species" with all additions and corrections, often considered the Definitive Edition.
 
Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species (publ. 1859) is a pivotal work in scientific literature and arguably the pivotal work in evolutionary biology. The book’s full title is On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life. It introduced the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through a process of natural selection. It was controversial because it contradicted religious beliefs which underlay the ...
 
This podcast is about wheither we should or shouldnt bring back extinct animals. yes and no. Yes because the term "species does not just conclued animals, but plants! The reason why we should bring back extinct plants is becuase they can help with the biggest problem we are facing on earth right now, global warming. According to livescience.com In warmer temperatures, it was revealed, plants emit more of the gases that stick to aerosol particles. These can lead to cloud formation and, as a r ...
 
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Animal Instinct
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Do you love animals? Celia Kutcher does and she wants to spread that love around. Animal Instinct is all about animal welfare and education, brought to you in a fun and educational setting. Every Monday, Celia interviews a different animal expert from subjects ranging from cruelty-free fashion to helping endangered wildlife species. Her show covers it all. Animal Instinct is about helping animals through a better understanding of them and how they interact with us.
 
John Murray VII tells the fascinating story of how his ancestor, John Murray III, was offered the manuscript of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species. Drawing upon original letters, photographs, family stories and the help of a set of live pigeons, he gives a unique insight in to the early history of this epoch-making book, telling how early readers advised John Murray against publishing it and revealing the small but crucial revisions that Darwin made to subsequent editions of the book. Th ...
 
Publishing The Origin of Species - for iPod/iPhone
 
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Good Food
Weekly
 
Evan Kleiman's taste of life, culture and the human species.
 
Science, culture and everything in between. Feel the heat. All species welcome.
 
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm. Produced by Jennifer Howes.
 
Breaking news on the environment, climate change, pollution, and endangered species. Also featuring Climate Connections, a special series on climate change co-produced by NPR and National Geographic.
 
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Smash Everything
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Gender. Species. Identity. Compassion. Society. Power. Let's talk about what we're not talking about. Be nice and smash everything.
 
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The Human Zoo
Monthly
 
The Human Zoo explores the foibles, quirks and behaviour of that most fascinating of species - us
 
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RABBITS
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When Carly Parker’s friend Yumiko goes missing under very mysterious circumstances, Carly’s search for her friend leads her headfirst into a ancient mysterious game known only as Rabbits. Soon Carly begins to suspect that Rabbits is much more than just a game, and that the key to understanding Rabbits, might be the key to the survival of our species, and the Universe as we know it.
 
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Monsters' Advocate
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A podcast about the unsung heroes of myths and legends-the monsters! We'll take a look at some monster-centric myths and legends, some not so ancient cryptids, and everything in-between and try to sort out possible origin species, biological impetus for why they do what they do, and why we love to hear about them.
 
These pet podcasts are all about dogs! We’ll talk about dogs large, small and in between; purebred dogs, designer dogs and mixed breeds. When we discuss breeds and mixes, we’ll take a look at what constitutes a breed or a mix; and the traits of some specific breeds. We’ll also take a look at how you can choose the right breed and dog for your family. We will also talk about the joys (and hassles) of living with a dog because when we share our lives with dogs, we are bringing another species ...
 
Breaking news on the environment, climate change, pollution, and endangered species. Also featuring Climate Connections, a special series on climate change co-produced by NPR and National Geographic.
 
Advice of Love and Dating within Your Own SpeciesLooking for your perfect Geeky match?Having trouble with the dating process?Our mission: Helping geeks find love with other geeks.We will discuss the issues, answer your questions, and walk you through a step-by-step process to help you become better at dating.
 
What are ecosystems, and what do different ecosystems have in common? How are they affected by human activity? From the diverse rainforests of the tropics to the smallest microbial communities, ecosystems support life on Earth. This album reveals the ecological relationships that create these living systems of energy transfer and explores some of the key processes that occur. It goes on to show how these complex systems can be affected by external influences and harmed by the activities of h ...
 
What is photosynthesis, and why does Sir David Attenborough describe it as 'the very basis of life?'. This album explains how the balance of sunlight, water and nutrients are fundamental to the process and how this balance acts to regulate individual ecosystems. But photosynthesis is only part of the carbon cycle. How is carbon returned to the atmosphere, how do carbon containing gases influence the Earth's climate, and what role do peat bogs play in tackling global warming? This material fo ...
 
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FUTURE FOSSILS
Weekly
 
Provocative, profound discussions at the intersection of science, art, and philosophy with "paleontologist-futurist" Michael Garfield and a growing list of awesome guests. This is a podcast that does not forget our largest audience: the unborn future archeologists digging through our digital remains. What messages of value can we leave them? And what will they think about us living in this weird and wonderful transition age, poised on the cusp of planetary renaissance? Explore time, and our ...
 
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Outside/In
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Our connection to the outdoors runs deep in our DNA, but our relationship to the natural world can be complicated. From the unintended human costs of clean energy, to the murky ethics of high-risk rescue missions, to our seemingly eternal conflict with invasive species, we dive head first into those complexities with stories, in-depth reporting, and a touch of nerdiness. You don’t have to be a conservation biologist, a whitewater kayaker, or an obsessive composter to love Outside/In. It’s a ...
 
Welcome to Vajra Body Vajra Mind, a provocative podcast that explores the outer limits of spiritual practice and human development. On our show, we talk with leaders in the Buddhist, entheogenic and somatic fields and through these conversations we attempt to glean the most pragmatic and succinct bits of wisdom to connect us deeper into our heart and mind. Our show is dedicated to the evolution of the human species and the benefit of all beings.
 
HEALER.
 
What is biodiversity and why does it matter? How can everyday observations and online databases help to increase our knowledge about the diversity of species? On this album, Jonathan Silvertown, Professor of Ecology at The Open University, presents a guided tour of iSpot, a nature website that gives anybody and everybody a chance to share their observations and learn more about wildlife. In the audio track, Professor Silvertown describes his work in South Africa, protecting the delicate ecos ...
 
How are genetic traits handed down through generations? How did you inherit your grandfather's red hair whilst your parents are both black-haired? Even Charles Darwin himself never really understood the causes behind this. This album traces the development of our understanding of the laws of inheritance. The tracks on this album, drawn from an Open University programme first broadcast in 1998, explore the discoveries of scientists such as the botanist Mendel, and the chemist Friedrich Miesch ...
 
Oak woodland is a characteristic feature of the English landscape and home to a huge variety of plants and animals. On this album, Professor David Streeter of the University of Sussex explores some characteristic features of an English oak wood, and reveals some of the processes that maintain the web of life within the wood. In three further tracks, Dr Sarah Watkinson and Dr George McGavin of the University of Oxford take a closer look at some of the fungi, mosses and galls that can be found ...
 
In the sub-arctic environment in northern Norway and the high arctic climate of Svalbard, reindeer have adapted to their environment in different ways. The five video tracks in this album explore the key concepts of evolutionary science and investigate how these account for the characteristics of arctic reindeer. How do natural selection and other evolutionary processes produce changes in genes? How do new species originate? And how are large-scale evolutionary patterns generated. The materi ...
 
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Agents of Change
Weekly
 
Interviews with Beaver experts around the globe.
 
2009 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin and the 150th anniversary of the publication of On The Origin Of Species. This album introduces Darwin's great revelation: that species change and adapt according to their environment. Apparently diverse specimens and fossils reveal surprising results, such as the common ancestry of the hippopotamus and the dolphin, whose evolutionary paths diverged when their habitats changed. Research on sparrows show how particular characteri ...
 
Sci Fi Space Anthropology Radio Drama. New episodes every Thursday night! Join the colonists of Port Wallace as they explore the sweeping landscapes of a far-away planet teeming with towering forests and sentient alien species!
 
For those who fish, this is the DrakeCast, a new flyfishing podcast. We're an audio supplement to the Drake Magazine and a voice for flyfishing around the world. Each Friday, we bring you a story - some funny, some serious. We'll be fishing for steelhead on the Pere Marquette, brook trout on small creeks, high mountain cutthroats, salmon galore, plus a tons of other species and places.Check us out at The Drake Magazine's website http://www.drakemag.com/drakecast.html
 
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Dubcast!
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The Official Podcast Of Inter Species Wrestling hosted by Ben Gordon & Matt Ryan joined by El Presidente of ISDUB Mike Rotch.
 
An exotic pet is a rare or unusual creature kept as a pet, or a creature kept as a pet which is not commonly thought of as a pet.The definition is an evolving one; some rodents, reptiles, and amphibians have become firmly enough established in the world of animal fancy to no longer be considered exotic. Sometimes any unique or wild-looking pet (including common domestic animals such as the ferret and the domestic rat) is called an exotic pet. "Exotic" may also be used for a species which is ...
 
A danish reptile radio show, with new guest that talks about their experiences and how they care for different species.
 
Veterinary Record has been published weekly since 1888. It contains news, comment, letters, clinical research and jobs on a wide range of veterinary topics.In Practice provides continuing educational material for veterinary practitioners. Peer-reviewed review articles by experts in their field cover all species, providing a regular update on clinical developments.
 
Cultures of Energy brings writers, artists and scholars together to talk, think and feel their way into the Anthropocene. We cover serious issues like climate change, species extinction and energy transition. But we also try to confront seemingly huge and insurmountable problems with insight, creativity and laughter. We believe in the possibility of personal and cultural change. And we believe that the arts and humanities can help guide us toward a more sustainable future. Cultures of Energy ...
 
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In this episode, I have a great pleasure of being joined by Calum Chace. Calum studied Philosophy at Oxford, where he initially developed his interest in AI. After a 30 year career in business, he started sharing his thoughts on AI with the world. Now, he is a distinguished author and sought-after speaker about artificial intelligence, and its ...…
 
Hey, folks, this is the last segment of the "Whitetail Rendezvous" spring series on land management and food plots. And I crisscrossed the world, I've got some friends down in the south, Atlanta at Legacy. I've got friends out in Nebraska at Reck Agri. And I've got friends in Madison, Wisconsin with Grandpa Ray Outdoors and John O'Brion. And Jo ...…
 
Milkweed This is Passport to Texas More than seventy species of milkweed have been recorded nationwide; over half of those are native to Texas. Including two that are endemic. These are species that are found nowhere else but within the Texas border. One of them is called Texas Milkweed, which is found in canyons in Central Texas. And then we h ...…
 
In this on the road episode of the Dudes n Beer podcast host Christopher Jordan is joined by friend and fellow tech Kevin Rosa to discuss the recent announcement by IBM that they have created an A.I. supercomputer capable of debating humans. What does this mean for the future of not only robotics, but mankind? Will this be the first steps to co ...…
 
There's good and bad news for stay-at-home bird spotters across the country. The latest State of New Zealand Garden Birds report has been released - and shows that while the number of some native species spotted in gardens is on the rise, there has been a dramatic drop in others. And researchers say the numbers show birds could be a sign of maj ...…
 
After a brief return to town, the adventurers descend back into the dungeon, hungry for treasure. Unexpectedly, they find themselves revisiting the large chamber nicknamed, "The War Room," where multiple factions vie for supremacy. Will they find the treasure they seek? Will they survive the mass melee of goblins, troglodytes, and some other as ...…
 
Be honest, how talented are you at establishing a genuine connection with others? Could your game use some improvement? Imagine how it would impact your personal and professional life if you could network and connect with others in an effective way. On this episode of BeFufilled, you’ll hear from expert networker and podcast host, Jordan Harbin ...…
 
Joya and Jeff watched the 1986 movie "Howard the Duck"! Topics include: Possible Types of Alien Life, Growing Organs Within Animals, Laser Spectroscopy, and Anthropomorphism! Links: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/what-will-extraterrestrial-life-look-180950029/ https://io9.gizmodo.com/5784971/how-to-create-a-scientifically-plausib ...…
 
This episode: Very radiation-resistant bacteria can protect other, less-resistant microbes from some of the effects of chronic radiation! Download Episode (9.7 MB, 10.6 minutes) Show notes: Microbe of the episode: Paramecium bursaria Chlorella virus CA4A News item Journal Paper: Shuryak I, Matrosova VY, Gaidamakova EK, Tkavc R, Grichenko O, Kli ...…
 
Gerard L. Jackson (Taren Pfitzer) joins Mari on the podcast this week and explains his life’s work as a kraken historian (and no, he’s not the son of Gerard Butler and Samuel L. Jackson). His infinite knowledge and intrigue into the kraken species stemmed from his desire to avenge his father’s murder, until he realized the cartel had framed the ...…
 
In this episode volunteer Mo talks about what it means to be a volunteer at the Hilliardton Marsh. Also Murph discusses bobolink; an Ontario species at risk, and the upcoming Hummingbird Garden Party event on August 18th.
 
Bookin' Around Town chats with Sci-Fi Author Ellie Maloney about her debut book 329 Years Awake. Her love of this genre shines through as she shares theories and tidbits about consciousness, reality and Humans as the other species.
 
Many species in the animal kingdom have encoded in their DNA, by Our Creator, Christ Jesus, the desire to insure future generations to the point of sacrificing themselves for the sake of their off spring. How does this example relate to the Christian life? Pastor Otuno expounds on this and much more on the exciting journey of Fresh Encounter Ra ...…
 
The Supercast crew is very pro-Murderbot as long as they’re just interrupting potential love triangles. Our panel is also quite underwhelmed by yet another CW show attempting to solve gun violence in one episode, especially given that the DEO moving to non-lethal weapons very much depends on the definition of non-lethal for different alien spec ...…
 
Elizabeth Bevan never lost her fascination with the sea. She earned a degree in marine biology at Florida International University. Then the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill brought her to Alabama — and the doctoral program in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology, where she studies sea turtles with her mentor, professor Th ...…
 
Last month, we reported on the Edinburgh Shoreline Project and how, over the coming year, scientists and conservationists will work with local people to search for little-known species, explore rock pools and mudflats and undertake practical conservation work. One part of this will be an exhibition by the award-winning sculptor Julia Barton. Al ...…
 
It’s that time of year again: when cicada songs flood our warm summer nights, announcing their presence as they attract mates. As a kid I was told they only came out every 7 years. I was confused because I heard them every year. It turns out whomever told me they emerge every 7 years was wrong on two counts: some species of cicadas emerge every ...…
 
In this episode we get to interview the 2017 Shasta Kayak Bass Classic Hobie Worlds qualifier Justin Martin Del Camp JR on his trip to Sweden for Hobie Worlds and his experience fishing for some new species.
 
Peter Moyle is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology and associate director of the Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. He talks about the Striper being and indicator species not a villain. The rest of the CA coast opens for Salmon this weekend. John McManus, President of the Golden Ga ...…
 
On this episode of Big Blend Radio, Reghan Cloudman, US Forest Service Public Affairs, gives and overview of Pawnee National Grassland, a popular bird watching and recreational destination located 35 miles east of Fort Collins and 25 miles northeast of Greeley in Weld County, Colorado. Covering 193,060 acres of short grass plains, the Grassland ...…
 
One of the most widely recognized prairie wildflowers is the prairie coneflower ( Ratibida columnifera ). Also known as long-headed coneflower and upright prairie coneflower, the species ranges over prairies from Canada to Mexico, particularly on well drained soils. If it is not in flower in your area now, it will be soon. The flowering period ...…
 
The madtom catfish is a lesser known fish of Mississippi. So today our guest Matt Roberts from the MS Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks is here to tell us how it compares to the 16 other species of catfish in the state. Also, Dr. Majure takes your pet questions.By jason.klein@mpbonline.org (MPB Think Radio).
 
The latest Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report brought to you in 20 minutes or less whether it's good, bad, or ugly. This weeks pier and shore report are brought to us by the Bama Beach Bum, Matthew Isbell. Matthew has been on a solid red drum bite in the surf zone. Hint: They aren't where you think they are. Stay Safe this week and check out Matt ...…
 
Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar are live at Menards in North KCMO as Charlie Karlen keeps the show on air back at the station. In the first hour of the show, Josh and Rudy are unfathomably distracted by Menards and discuss the World Cup coming to the United States and maybe Kansas City.
 
Wednesday’s show, with host Shaun Haney — highlights: Top ag news with Kelvin Heppner, including CPTPP ratification bill possibly going to be introduced tomorrow, Canadian government taking “keep calm and carry on” approach to U.S. trade relations, ranchers working Parks Canada to save at-risk bird species, and Andrew Scheer kicks Maxime Bernie ...…
 
Ransom makes it to Malacandra and promptly flees. After wandering through the Malacandran landscape and fighting off fits of madness, he has his first real encounter with one of the native, sentient species, a Hross. https://d.pr/a/KSJRZl.mp3 Subscribe to Culturezoo on Apple or Sticher
 
This week on Discover Nature, watch for water snakes basking near water… Missouri’s semi-aquatic snakes include the most prolific, Northern water snake, the diamond-backed water snake, yellow-bellied water snake, broad-banded water snake, and graham’s crayfish snake. Western mud snakes and Mississippi green water snakes are found only in the So ...…
 
This week on Discover Nature, watch for water snakes basking near water… Missouri’s semi-aquatic snakes include the most prolific, Northern water snake, the diamond-backed water snake, yellow-bellied water snake, broad-banded water snake, and graham’s crayfish snake. Western mud snakes and Mississippi green water snakes are found only in the So ...…
 
This week on Discover Nature, watch for water snakes basking near water… Missouri’s semi-aquatic snakes include the most prolific, Northern water snake, the diamond-backed water snake, yellow-bellied water snake, broad-banded water snake, and graham’s crayfish snake. Western mud snakes and Mississippi green water snakes are found only in the So ...…
 
This week on Discover Nature, watch for water snakes basking near water… Missouri’s semi-aquatic snakes include the most prolific, Northern water snake, the diamond-backed water snake, yellow-bellied water snake, broad-banded water snake, and graham’s crayfish snake. Western mud snakes and Mississippi green water snakes are found only in the So ...…
 
We’ve talked about this topic before, but the importance of what it holds never gets old. In this day and age, we have to make sure that our mental health and our relationships are affecting our lives in a positive way. And, when things seem like they’re on the decline, having a place to go that’s free of judgment and free of criticism to talk ...…
 
Welcome back to Worldwide Wednesdays. We’re heading from 19thCentury Estonia to 21stCentury Australia, featuring a film about one Muslim family and an arranged marriage. Interested in more films from Australia? Check out Episode #139 (“Cargo”). Or another film involving arranged marriage? Check out Episode #052 (“Love per Square Foot”). And if ...…
 
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Lincoln University Associate Professor Mick Abbott is organising the PA2050 conference - about the management of New Zealand's conservation land. Mick suggests that we put too much focus on individual species at the expense of the ecosystem as a whole.
 
In the final podcast in our short series on malarial parasites, we’re look at the two less common species–P. malariae and P. ovale. In addition, we will spend some time talking about the so called “monkey malaria”or the more common than we thought, Plasmodium knowlesi. Joining me is out go-to parasitology expert, author, Rosemary Drisdelle. […] ...…
 
Introduction 0:00:00 0:00:32What we've been doing 0:00:32 0:03:19LQ: Toxic Players 0:03:19 0:06:33LQ: Experience Point Bonuses 0:06:33 0:11:10Pages of the DM: Ranger Class kits: Forest Runner 0:11:10 0:16:47Pages of the DM: Ranger Class kit: Seeker 0:16:47 0:22:42Pages of the DM: Surprise Topic: Greenwood Ranger Kit 0:22:42 0:26:34Pages of the ...…
 
Rich Walker believes in tackling real world problems in open innovation partnerships, building dextrous robot hands with Shadow Robot Company. Robotics + AI + Society + Ethics + Technology + Open Innovation TRANSIT LOUNGE RADIO @ LOGIN 2018 ----more---- Managing Director at Shadow Robot Company RICH WALKER has worked in robotics for over 20 yea ...…
 
Almost every product in the grocery store contains some palm oil. It can be found in bread, instant noodles, shampoo, chocolate and many others. It is omnipresent in processed foods, but has also been reviled as an agent of global warming and ecological damage. Every year, Singapore and other cities throughout South East Asia are blanketed with ...…
 
SPECIAL GUEST: Deborah Bower (UNE) Amphibian populations across the globe have been declining rapidly, and the most dangerous contributor to this is the chytrid fungus; a skin disease that affects frogs and salamanders. Dr Deborah Bower from the University of New England says that if we want to have any chance of saving these species then we ne ...…
 
Seperate crashes kill two in Oneida County over the weekend DNR urges review of boating safety rules as lakes become more crowded Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest reveals latests maps of invasive species Northwoods Pride Fest to be held June 23rdBy ken@wxpr.org (ken.krall).
 
A look at what's growing in Baltimore: A spring survey of the city's biodiversity leads to the discovery of a rare wild plant in the Jones Falls Valley while, elsewhere, workers tend to more than 1,000 fruit and nut trees in 100 orchards across the city. Who knew the city had orchards?Book recommendation: Our critic, Paula Gallagher, likes a ne ...…
 
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