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Editors in Conversation is the official podcast of the American Society for Microbiology Journals. Editors in Conversation features discussions between ASM Journals Editors, researchers and clinicians working on the most cutting edge issues in the microbial sciences. Topics include laboratory diagnosis and clinical treatment of infectious diseases, antimicrobial resistance, epidemiology of infections, multidrug-resistant organisms, pharmacology of antimicrobial agents, susceptibility testing ...
 
Are you a podcast editor? The Podcast Editors Mastermind is for professional podcast editors who want to grow their business and get more clients. We’re creating a community of like-minded professionals that are passionate about the art and science of editing podcasts. Our goal is to help you build your business by providing tools, resources, and support so you can focus on what matters most—your craft. This isn’t just another group where everyone talks about how great they are at podcast ed ...
 
Our in-house editorial and events team and industry folk, experts and whoever else interesting we can bring you will discuss clean energy and renewables technologies and their place on the decarbonised planet. Phew. Solar Media's publishing channels include Photovoltaics International, PV Tech, Current±, Energy-Storage.news and Solar Power Portal. With roots in the semi-conductor industry, PV Tech has covered solar technology and business for over a decade as the leading online source of new ...
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
What Editors Want is a new podcast in which I interview a different editor each week from the world of publishing. It’s aimed at readers who want to hear the behind the scenes story of how their favourite books get made, and aspiring authors who want to know how to get published. I’ve spoken to everyone from the biggest names in the industry to independent publishers taking a dynamic and innovative approach to making books. Along the way I’ve met the editors behind Nobel and Booker Prize win ...
 
Media rarely stands still and with the increasing adoption of technology, regulation changes, and a news cycle that is unrelenting, editors must be on top of their game more than ever. To reflect that, this series of discussions with editors, led by Stephen Lepitak, focuses on the various ways in which editors of today have learned to do the job and how it is evolving.
 
Following the compilation and publication of Letters to the Editors bi-weekly journal, LTTE Podcast presents new readings from artwriters and beyond. Each issue also includes conversations with writers, artists, and publishers. Hosted and produced by Anna M. Szaflarski. Bonus tracks include readings of original writing by Szaflarski. Supported by AKV Berlin Publishing
 
The J.W. Pepper podcast is your source for full-length recordings of the best new titles hand-selected by our editors. We review over 21,000 new titles every year, checking ranges, difficulty, playability and more. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode! Need to see the score? Log in to Editors’ Choice to see the entire score while you listen: https://www.jwpepper.com/ec
 
Summary:This is Mint's weekly news podcast, updated every Friday where Mint's editors pick their top stories of the week. The stories they choose are diverse, ranging from politics, economics, news and current affairs and includes everything from the state of the government and economy, to the drought situation in the country, how start ups are faring, the best of sporting action and movies that are hitting the headlines. Crisp and clear, analytical and lively, this podcast is a must for new ...
 
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Tests for antibodies, or serological testing, for SARS-CoV-2 have come a long way since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are now several commercial tests available and some laboratories have developed tests for specific purposes. Tests can determine whether a person has had COVID-19 in the past, or whether someone has had an antibody …
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Alexandra, and Michael discuss the battle over the January 6th committee appointees, pessimism over the impending infrastructure bill, and Mississippi’s powerful brief on Roe. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Kyle’s piece “The Olympics Are Stupid” • Charlie: MBD’s piece “How to Reach the Vaccine Skeptics: A Booster Shot …
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: Biden’s new China doctrine, a jailed ex-president won't go quietly in South Africa (8:44), and carbon border taxes (14:32). Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podcastoffer See a…
 
The July 2021 episode of the Solar Media Podcast, sponsored by Honeywell, includes discussion around the US government's efforts to tackle alleged forced labour practices within the solar supply chain, detailing everything you need to know about the US withhold and release order, recent moves in the Senate and the most likely impacts on solar manuf…
 
When Imposter Syndrome cripples your productivity how do you overcome it? You can’t hide your way out of it. Sharing our current and personal stories of insecurity around growth, skills and work makes this an important mastermind session for every podcast editor. It’s a raw, uncomfortable and honest conversation demonstrating how trusted advisors a…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching effects on the use of health care services. Dr Nora Becker of the University of Michigan talks about her research on reductions in the use of women’s preventive health services, and JAMA Health Forum Editors Dr John Ayanian and Dr Melinda Buntin discuss other JAMA Health Forum pieces on the effects of stat…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Alexandra, Jim, and Michael discuss the protests in Cuba, the Democrat drama in Texas, Eric Adams’s NYC mayoral win, and much more. Editors’ picks: • Rich: The upcoming magazine issue • Alexandra: Sarah Weaver’s post “A Homeschool Perspective on Critical Race Theory” • MBD: Cameron Hilditch’s pieces, “How Critical Race T…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the new fault lines in the world economy, the catastrophic consequences of America abandoning Afghanistan (10:28) and how Mills & Boon, a famed publisher of romantic novels, wants to diversify its hero base (17:30) Subscribe to The Economist for fu…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Alexandra, Michael, and Phil discuss J. D. Vance’s run for Ohio senate, Biden pulling U.S. troops out of Afghanistan, and whether or not the government going door to door asking about vaccine status is a bad idea. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Dan McLaughlin’s piece “Important Reading on the Critical Race Theory in Schools Deb…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Jim, and MBD discuss the ongoing fight over critical race theory in schools, what’s going on with the Delta variant, and Joe Biden’s boring presidency. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Stanley Kurtz’s piece “Stopping K–12 Indoctrination Is Right” • Jim: KDW’s “The Magic President” • MBD: Eric Kaufmann’s magazine piece “Political …
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: the long goodbye to covid-19, a battle to defend American democracy (10:25) and how big emerging markets are using retro tools to entice foreign capital (17:46) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:…
 
During the pandemic, the need to develop therapeutic approaches became critical and so the need to study them in a structured way to critically evaluate their effectiveness. Innovative strategies to conduct clinical trials under difficult circumstances were required. We will discuss these strategies with some people who created them! Objectives: • …
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, and Michael discuss Tucker’s accusations against the NSA, today’s Supreme Court decisions, New York’s disastrous mayoral election mess-up, and much more. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Dan McLaughlin’s piece “Is Ranked-Choice Voting a Voting Rights Act Violation?” • Charlie: Dan McLaughlin’s pieces on all the recent SC…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Alexandra, and Jim discuss the bipartisan infrastructure bill, the horrific Surfside building collapse, and Garry Wills’s sophomoric NYT op-ed. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Isaac Schorr “Who Wants to Defund the Police?” • Charlie: KDW’s newsletter from today “The Devil and Garry Wills” • Alexandra: MBD ‘s post “Finge…
 
Running a podcast production business can be hard. We know it can be hard to balance all the things that need to get done in order for your podcast production business to grow and thrive. But we also know how important it is not let those things take over your life, so you don't end up looking back years later and realizing everything was out of ba…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: China’s communist party at 100: the secret of its longevity, post-pandemic education (9:50) and Belgitude: the art of Belgian zen (31:43) Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions: www.economist.com/podc…
 
Accurate antibiotic susceptibility testing, or AST, is a key tool in addressing the rise in antibiotic-resistant bacteria. But AST is one of the most complicated and rapidly changing areas in the clinical microbiology, and the resulting confusion can make it difficult for clinical laboratories to keep up with best practices. Dr. Romney Humphries jo…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, Alexandra, and Michael discuss the dying infrastructure bill, Biden’s shifting crime stance, and Pence’s recent comments about the 2020 election. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Michael’s magazine piece • Charlie: Michael’s piece “What Joe Doesn’t Know” • Alexandra: Luther Abel’s Piece “The Pride Flag’s Growing Absurdit…
 
Today on The Editors, Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss Kyrsten Sinema’s op-ed, the ridiculous infrastructure talks, and the Sheldon Whitehouse beach club scandal. Editors’ picks: • Rich: Sarah Schutte’s upcoming print piece “For the Birds” • Charlie: Dominic Pino’s post “How Many Political Scientists Does It Take?” • Jim: Kyle Smith’s post “Bill de B…
 
A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week: how to stop the ransomware pandemic, America and Russia return to traditional great-power diplomacy (10:15) and picking the best days to work from home (19:20). Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio editions:…
 
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