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New episodes come out every Thursday for free, with 1-week early access for Wondery+ subscribers. DNA science. Artificial intelligence. Smartphones and 3D printers. Science and technology have transformed the world we live in. But how did we get here? It wasn’t by accident. Well, sometimes it was. It was also the result of hard work, teamwork, and competition. And incredibly surprising moments. Hosted by bestselling author Steven Johnson (“How We Got To Now”), American Innovations uses immer ...
 
ASPN is the platform for top minds in coastal and ocean business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to adapt and thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. Hear the complete coastal conversation with ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum of coastal issues and interests is the key to truly thriving on the Ame ...
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Oncology. JAMA Oncology is the definitive journal for scientists, clinicians, and trainees in the field of oncology worldwide. Our original, innovative, and timely scientific and educational content provides a deeper understanding of cancer pathogenesis and recent treatment advances for our readers. JAMA Oncology aims to effectively convey the findings of important clinical research, major scientific breakthroughs, actionable discoveries, and sta ...
 
If it is possible to conquer space, then perhaps it is also possible to conquer time. At least that was the theory American scientists were exploring in an effort to explain the new sources of knowledge the Russians possessed. Perhaps Russian scientists had discovered how to transport themselves back in time in order to learn long-forgotten secrets of the past. That was why young Ross Murdock, above average in intelligence but a belligerently independent nonconformist, found himself on a “hu ...
 
There is something in the jungle of Irma Flores that has terrorized Sarah for years. As a scientist she needs to know what it is and by confronting this evil she is about to be awakened from her nightmare. She doesn’t know it but she will also begin her first faltering steps toward enlightenment. Along the way, she will have to contend with a strange dwarf people, pirates, corporate raiders and an obstinate lover. Her road to nirvana will be a raw and bruising journey that is certain to be b ...
 
Your resource for personal development advice that does not suck. I offer advice on achieving happiness, wealth, performance, and success with data, real stories, history, and science. The info comes from the best in the field, from athletes to billionaires to businessmen to artists to historians to scientists. The knowledge is sourced from the vast amount of books, interviews, videos, documentaries, and other research I’ve consumed.
 
Weekly science radio program hosted by Dr. Charles Lee and Dr. Frank Ling. Each show features interviews with scientists and technical innovators, humorous commentary on recent discoveries, plus the Grokotron 5000 and the World Famous Question of the Week! Tune in every week and rediscover the world as you think you know it.
 
As the tone of public discourse becomes increasingly angry and divisive, Common Ground Committee offers a healing path to reaching agreement and moving forward. We talk with top leaders in public policy, finance, academe and more to encourage the seeking and finding of points of agreement, and to demonstrate how combating incivility can lead us forward.
 
It’s 1945. Hitler is defeated. America is looking to outsmart a new enemy, the Soviet Union. To advance in rocketry, aviation, and chemical weapons, America recruits scientists and engineers who fueled the war machine of another nation...Nazi Germany. Inspired by the true story behind the Emmy-eligible drama series "Hunters" from Amazon Studios, starring Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, PAPERCLIP explores how Operation Paperclip – the recruitment of Nazi Germany’s most brilliant and, in many case ...
 
The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can tak ...
 
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Scientist Molly Keogh, who received her PhD at Tulane University and is now a Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Oregon, Department of Earth Sciences, joins the podcast to discuss her latest paper, “Organic matter accretion, shallow subsidence, and river delta sustainability”, and its relation to Louisiana’s coast. Molly, who was featured for her …
 
In losing his ability to form memories, Henry Molaison also lost the ability to learn new skills, retain information and form relationships. He became a kind of time traveler, living forever in the present moment. In this episode, Steven talks with John Gabrieli, a cognitive neuroscientist who worked directly with Molaison aka “Patient H.M.” in the…
 
Last Friday, November 26, oil prices dropped $US 10/B after a new COVID variant named Omicron was discovered. The same day, the Canada Energy Regulator (CER) made a historic decision to deny Enbridge’s application to enter into long-term contracts for 90% of the Mainline oil pipeline. Jackie and Peter discuss the volatile oil markets, the […] The p…
 
On this special rebroadcast, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Frederick Steiner, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. Dr. Steiner is at the vanguard of resiliency thinking and is also the author of Design with Nature Now, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Ian McHarg’s seminal book, Design wit…
 
Join the 6th episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes. This month, we venture into "The Silent Watchkeepers - Lighthouses of the Great Lakes" with Mr. Wayne Sapulski, resident historian with the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association and author of "Lighthouses of Lake Michigan" and "Great Lakes Lighthouses/American and Cana…
 
Henry Molaison has now lived over half his life unable to form new memories. And with the passing of his parents -- the one constant in his life -- he descends into despair. With no one else to turn to, he forms a close emotional bond with the lead neuroscientist on his case, Suzanne Corkin, who blurs the lines between professional and personal as …
 
It was recently disclosed that the Namibian Government auctioned off 57 elephants caught from the wild, with the intention to export 42 of them to foreign zoos. With the widespread awareness about the cruelty of keeping wild elephants in captivity, this news is both shocking and tragic. Elephant expert and President of Humane Society International,…
 
Mental illnesses contribute significantly to the health burden in the country, but finding good treatments is often more difficult than necessary. On this episode, Dr. Margaret Chisolm discussed her book, From Survive to Thrive.science@groks.net (Groks Science) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
What happens when people of opposing viewpoints and diverse backgrounds work in teams, have conversations, or even sit across the table from each other at family gatherings? How do they come together and listen to others who see the world very differently? In this special episode, we compile a series of inspiring stories from past shows. Mother and…
 
Join Rising Sea Voices’ host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Dr. Tiara Moore, environmental ecologist and postdoctoral researcher at The Nature Conservancy, to learn more about environmental DNA (eDNA) and the struggles of being a young black woman in marine science. In this episode, the upbeat Tiara explains falling in love with the ocean and its inhabi…
 
This week our guest is Andrew Weaver. He is a climate scientist, professor at the University of Victoria, and former leader of the British Columbia Green Party. Here are some of the questions we asked Andrew: Why did you decide to become a politician? Is climate change contributing to BC’s extreme weather this year? How […] The post An Interview wi…
 
In this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, be on the lookout for the beautiful “Celebration Gator” float! We were inspired by this reptilian replica to record a riveting episode celebrating Louisiana’s most iconic animal. We’re joined by Dr. Andy Nyman, Professor, Wetland Wildlife Ecology at LSU and talk about the alligators, coastal restoratio…
 
Introducing Flip & Mozi’s Guide to How to be an Earthling, the intergalactic musical podcast that brings conservation into the conversation for kids and their grown-ups. From the creators of the #1 Kids and Family podcast, Wow in the World, in collaboration with Grammy-nominated,The Pop Ups, each audio animated, humor-filled episode inspires a sens…
 
On this week's episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham reflect on the coverage of COP26 with Nadiah Rosli, a freelance journalist and conservation communicator based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Nadiah was part of the coordinating team under this year's Climate Change Media Partnership Program which brought 22 journalists from developing co…
 
Jeff Daniels discusses how he defied his agents by starring in Dumb & Dumber opposite Jim Carrey. Jeff credits his tendency to risk failure as the driving force in his career. Jeff is now back on Broadway as Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird and starring in the Showtime series, American Rust.NBC News tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Fareed sits down with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the man who originally opened relations with China 50 years ago, to discuss the dangers of a new cold war between Beijing and Washington and how Biden can avoid that outcome. Then, Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, and David Miliband, the former British Foreign S…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Shannon Cunniff, past Director of Coastal Resilience with Environmental Defense Fund, geographer and director of ASPBA, as she discusses her experience with and hopes for “getting people to partner with plants”. The discussion ranges from options for living shorelines and s…
 
Interview with Emmanouil Fokas, MD, DPhil, author of Chemoradiotherapy Plus Induction or Consolidation Chemotherapy as Total Neoadjuvant Therapy for Patients With Locally Advanced Rectal Cancer: Long-term Results of the CAO/ARO/AIO-12 Randomized Clinical Trial. Hosted by Jack West, MD.
 
Without a functioning memory, Henry Molaison struggles to cope with everyday life. He loses his job, and becomes totally dependent on his overwhelmed parents. Meanwhile, neuroscientist Brenda Milner realizes that Henry’s tragic case can solve some profound mysteries about how memory works in our brains—and might even reveal whole new aspects of mem…
 
Eva sits down with two guests this week to discuss ocean plastic, its impacts, and how to tackle this environmental hurdle. Adam Frederick is the Assistant Director for Education at Maryland Sea Grant; he discusses his work in hands-on science curricula that raises awareness of microplastic pollution in classrooms from Baltimore County to European …
 
The development of the next generation of medicines will likely benefit from the vast number of compounds produced by plants around the world. On this episode, Dr. Cassandra Leah Quave discussed her new book, The Plant Hunter.science@groks.net (Groks Science) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Admiral Tim Gallaudet guides us on the topic of coastal resilience We look at ways to achieve coastal resilience and how that contributes to the American Blue Economy by protecting communities and businesses. Our coasts are subject to a range of challenges, including those assoc…
 
This week Larry Burns joins our podcast. Larry is a Business Advisor on Mobility, Logistics, Manufacturing, Energy and Innovation—in short, he is a guru in the area of self-driving vehicles and mobility. Here are some of the questions we asked Larry: What level of autonomous driving has been achieved? Do people want fully autonomous vehicles? […] T…
 
On this episode of Delta Dispatches, Jacques Hebert and Simone Maloz talk to Elizabeth Chamberlain, Assistant Professor, Wageningen University, about her career as a coastal geologist. Liz got her start at LSU and Tulane researching the Mississippi River Delta and has gone on to study deltas around the world. She joins Jacques and Simone to discuss…
 
One of the first experiences I had with negotiation tips came from tips I got from people I follow on buying a car at a good price. Here’s a bit of what I learned… The best time to buy a car is at the end of a month based on car salesman sales cycles. They’re... The post Lessons Learned from the Master FBI Negotiator – Never Split the Difference by…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk about the volcanoes of Hawaii with Dr. Matthew Patrick, a research geologist at the USGS operated Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), which monitors the active volcanoes in Hawaii, assesses their hazards, issues warnings, and advances scientific understanding to reduce impacts of volcanic eru…
 
As U.S. inflation rises at the fastest pace in over 30 years, Fareed asks former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers why it is happening and how it can be stopped. Then, as supply chain problems persist, Fareed asks New York Times correspondent Ana Swanson about America's puzzling shortage of truckers. And earlier this week the U.S. warned Russia…
 
Join host, Jenna Valente, and her guest, Whit Jones, for a special Veteran’s Day episode of the Sea Change Podcast. Whit is the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans, an organization founded by veterans and provides veterans, boaters, and community volunteers, the opportunity to make a real environmental difference …
 
Sometimes the future can seem dark. The pandemic drags on. Climate change is upon us. Political polarization remains toxic. When stories of division fill the headlines it’s easy to feel like the only way is down. But what if that’s not true? What if we gave less airtime to voices of doom and more to voices of hope? Our guests on this episode are Za…
 
Even as recently as the early 1950s, we didn’t understand that there were different types of memory, or how the brain processed and stored memories. Then, in 1953, a radical surgery by a reckless doctor gave us tremendous insights into how human memory works. Those scientific gains came at a terrible cost, however. The surgery left the patient, Hen…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, Amanda Tritinger, PhD and Laura Verderame, PhD join co-hosts Jon and Heather to discuss transitioning from the comforts of grad school life to the relative unknown of the real world. Amanda, is a Research Hydraulic Engineer at US Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Center and Laura is a Cat…
 
We start this week’s podcast sharing thoughts on the first week of the COP26 climate conference currently underway in Glasgow, Scotland. Highlights include the major goals of the conference and the announcement of a major initiative to mobilize private finance led by Mark Carney. We also cover the recent price inflation for oil and gas, […] The pos…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Tamara Kahn to the show to announce ASPN's newest addition, Wave Makers, a show about the blue tech frontier. Before diving into promoting the incredible innovations of the ocean and water industry, Tamara spent a decade ocean bound for weeks at a time, working with state-of-the-art geophy…
 
Fareed talks with the President's national security adviser Jake Sullivan about the pace of progress on climate change, concerns over China's military build-up, and the tragic end of America’s longest war. French right-wing TV star Eric Zemmour has been called France's Donald Trump, and there's growing excitement for him to run for President. Berna…
 
This month, the "acronym-of-the-month" is back, and Taylor questions her hip-ness during this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show. Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA)'s CEO and founder Daniela Fernandez and Taylor cover the role of entrepreneurs in the ocean space, the importance of youth voices and innovation in ocean policy conversations, how S…
 
Interview with Abdul Rafeh Naqash, MD, and Caroline A. Nebhan, MD, PhD, authors of Clinical Outcomes and Toxic Effects of Single-Agent Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors Among Patients Aged 80 Years or Older With Cancer: A Multicenter International Cohort Study. Hosted by Jack West, MD.
 
The Predator drone made a dramatic transformation from unarmed reconnaissance vehicle to lethal weapon in 2001, just after 9/11. On this episode, Steven talks to retired Air Force officer and pilot Scott Swanson, who was part of the team tasked with using the Predator to hunt down Osama Bin Laden and other terrorist leaders in Afghanistan. Listen t…
 
On this months episode, Howard and Dan will share the insider scoop on the Coastal Barrier Resources Act, and the reauthorization of expiring beach projects. In addition, they’ll break down what’s in store for the coast in Biden's latest Build Back Better proposal and talk Public Private Partnerships with the Corps now that a final agreement for th…
 
This week, Dr. Arthur Turrell, author of the recently published book “The Star Builders – Nuclear Fusion and the Race to Power the Planet” joins the podcast. Arthur has a PhD in plasma physics and writes about fusion energy in a way that makes sense for the average person. Here are some of the questions […] The post Fusion Energy: When Could Mini S…
 
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