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A weekly podcast about the history, science, lore and surprises that make everyday things secretly incredibly fascinating. Hosted by comedy writer, emoji creator, and 'Jeopardy!' champion Alex Schmidt. Join Alex & his comedian guests for a joyful deep dive into seeing the world a whole new way! (For research sources, bonus episodes, and how you can support the podcast, visit sifpod.fun.)
 
The STEM Everyday podcast focuses on how teachers can infuse STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) into their everyday lessons. We explore and share great ideas that inspire students to take ownership in their learning. Each week I interview educators, innovators, & authors who are using creative ways to add STEM to their classrooms and communities everyday!
 
Interested in human behavior and how people think? The Measure of Everyday Life is a weekly interview program featuring innovations in social science and ideas from leading researchers and commentators. Independent Weekly has called the show "unexpected" and "diverse" and says the show "brings big questions to radio." Join host Dr. Brian Southwell (@BrianSouthwell) as he explores the human condition. Episodes air each Sunday night at 6:30 PM in the Raleigh-Durham broadcast market and a podca ...
 
The Science Revolution is about science that matters and brings revolutionary ways of thinking about science. We cover the science important to the world as well as to our everyday lives. You will learn how an entire spectrum of scientific disciplines meaningfully impacts your life and our world. From climate change to neuroscience to physics and medicine - and sometimes the politics & religion that tie them to us all - this podcast will entertain and deeply inform you. Science comes alive i ...
 
Welcome to the Everyday Wellness podcast with Cynthia Thurlow! Cynthia is a mom of 2 boys, wife, nurse practitioner, and intermittent fasting and nutrition expert. She has over 20 years experience in emergency medicine and cardiology, but pivoted to focus on food as medicine. She loves to share science-backed practical information to improve your overall well being and is grateful to be interviewing leaders in the health and wellness field. Her goal with Everyday Wellness is to help her list ...
 
Welcome to Innovation with Mark Peter Davis, a podcast dedicated to innovation, truth, and education. Through fireside chats with entrepreneurs, industry leading executives, and creative minded business folk, I'll highlight the society altering transformations that are happening all around us while providing crucial entrepreneurial advice. Pickup tips from founders who sold their company for hundreds of millions of dollars. Discover how everyday materials and goods are being reinvented by sc ...
 
Science Underground is a two-minute podcast hosted by TED speaker and scientist Ainissa Ramirez. By the time you sip your coffee or eat your cereal, Science Underground explains a science topic in a fun and understandable way. The show explores a range of topics—some that are pulled right from the headlines, others are topics you’ve been wanting to know. Ainissa interviews tops scientists and translates their work in everyday language--arming you with science nuggets for the next lunch table ...
 
Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay, Beth Johnson, & Annie Wilson.
 
In this podcast, we share insights about surface-related phenomena and how they affect the world we live in. We also cover topics related to the everyday life of the surface scientist, such as key concepts in surface characterization, tools that are used in the surface analysis as well as tips and tricks related to the performance and planning of the research work itself, to facilitate the everyday life of the surface scientist. We invite leading scientists and experts in different areas, to ...
 
Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule is a remarkable podcast on holistic healing brought to you by Myra Lewin, founder and director of Hale Pule Ayurveda & Yoga. Ayurveda and Yoga are designed to work together to create greater peace and well-being in our lives. Tune in each month as Myra shares her perspective on the timeless wisdom that defines these ancient sciences. A thoughtful, intuitive teacher and a true healer, Myra will guide you to connect to your spirit, to your heart, and to ...
 
How do astronomers photograph a black hole? How often do planes get hit by lightning? What does the EPA actually do? Science is all around us and transforming our world at a rapid pace. Extragalactic astrophysicist Sabrina Stierwalt is here to guide you through it. She'll help you make sense of the everyday and the once-in-a-lifetime. Rights of Albert Einstein are used with permission of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Represented exclusively by Greenlight.
 
🎆 Episode 1 - May to Everyday, Mental Health Awareness 🎆 Ep. 2 - Careers in 2 years: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants 🎆 Ep. 3 - "The Science of Exercise and Pain" Explained 🎆 Ep. 4 - New Initiatives, Education, and Research in Health 🎆 Ep. 5 - Health Disparities 🎆 Ep. 6 - Colorblindness and Equity 🎆 Ep. 7 - Holiday Heart and Blues 🎆 Ep. 8 - Pain Course 🎆 Ep. 9 - What Health and Academia can learn from Sports History 🎆 Ep. 10 When Leaders Lead by Leaving 🎆 Ep. 11 Social Distancing an ...
 
Pan-Optic is a podcast featuring conversations between a critical theorist and a management consultant, cohosts (and longtime friends) Juan Pablo Melo and Jason Margaritis respectively. They met during a monotonous work assignment at a Washington-based government contractor in 2013. Jason and Juan Pablo sought refuge in daily extended work breaks musing about the limits of knowledge, the organizations of power, the regrets of Thrasymachus, and so on. Later, Jason received his MA in Governmen ...
 
Talk Alchemy is a podcast focusing on the viewing reality from unconventional viewpoints. Bringing together the world's of culture, science, art, technology, psychedelia and philosophy. It is my hope that a platform will be created from these conversations that will ignite a fire in your mind and connect us together as seekers of truth. Join me around the cyber-holographic campfire as we dive deep into places that your mind has never gone before. Exploring the higher dimensions of hyperspace ...
 
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We all have stories about living during the COVID-19 pandemic. Some people, though, also have stories to tell about doing research during this challenging time. On this episode, we talk with researchers Seronda Robinson and Brittany Baker about the Advanced Center for COVID-19 Related Disparities (ACCORD) at North Carolina Central University.…
 
Examples of imposters have been in the headlines recently but cultural references to the phenomenon might be more prevalent than you realize. On this episode, we talk with two editors of a new book entitled The Imposter as Social Theory: Thinking with Gatecrashers, Cheats and Charlatans. Steve Woolgar is professor emeritus at Linkoping University i…
 
These ancient practices can help you monitor blood sugar, develop mindful eating habits, regulate stress, and foster self-love. Learn more about self-care for diabetes in this podcast episode with John Douillard and yoga therapist Evan Soroka. The post Podcast Episode 111: Yoga and Ayurveda for Diabetes with Evan Soroka appeared first on John Douil…
 
Alex Schmidt is joined by comedy writer Lydia Bugg (1900HOTDOG, the ‘Trailer Park Boys’ comic anthology) and comedy writer/podcaster Katie Goldin (‘Creature Feature’ podcast, @ProBirdRights) for a look at why vanilla is secretly incredibly fascinating. Visit http://sifpod.fun/ for research sources, handy links, and this week's bonus episode.…
 
Today, I am delighted to have Maria Emmerich joining me. Maria is a nutritionist who specializes in the ketogenic diet and exercise physiology. She struggled with her health and weight throughout childhood. That led her to become such a passionate nutrition expert. “My goal is to help transform people’s lives and start living again!” Maria speciali…
 
David Cohen is the Founder and Chairman of Techstars, one of the largest venture capital operations in the world. Since 2006 they’ve been on a mission to help entrepreneurs succeed and have invested in over 2,400 companies. What began in Boulder, CO is now a global network of entrepreneurs, investors, corporations, and cities. You know innovation i…
 
Looking for a great virtual event to engage your students, especially older students, and especially girls, in the excitement of STEM Careers? STEMpede 2021 is a FREE virtual event (May 5-6, 2021) focused on young women in STEM. Attendees will learn about the careers of inspiring female speakers as well as the technical side of their work. After al…
 
Culinary Magic from Around the World Guest: Miyoko Schinner If you are not ready to go full-out vegan—but would love a healthier lifestyle—this is the perfect show to get you going green (and red, purple and blue). You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy the beautiful spices, tastes, and textures from foods worldwide. This hour will have your ta…
 
STEM Meets the Challenge of the Pandemic was created by STEM Leads The Way to help students learn about the ways STEM professionals are helping lead forward in the pandemic. Through virtual experiences, this effort brings forward ways that STEM professionals and the companies they work at—in Minnesota and throughout the world—are using science, eng…
 
Alex Schmidt is joined by comedian/podcaster Adam Tod Brown (‘Unpopular Opinion’ podcast network) and comedian/podcaster Jeff May (‘Jeff Has Cool Friends’ podcast) for a look at why the color beige is secretly incredibly fascinating. Visit http://sifpod.fun/ for research sources, handy links, and this week's bonus episode.…
 
How did we get a rocket to the moon in 1969? Why can't we get back to the moon in 2021? And whatever happened to space shuttles? This week, Nick and Ellie discuss the past, present and future of humans in space travel and the technological ebbs and flows of rocketry. An Everyday Dissection can be found on twitter @edissect, where you can learn more…
 
I am delighted and excited today to welcome Dr. David Jockers as my guest! Dr. Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine. He runs one of the most popular natural health websites, which has gotten over 1 million monthly visitors. His work has been seen on popular media such as the Dr. Oz show and Hallmark Home and Family. Dr. Jockers is the author of …
 
In another first for NASA’s Perseverance rover, a cube-shaped instrument called MOXIE, or Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment, has successfully converted some of Mars’ atmospheric carbon dioxide into oxygen. Plus, a wild roundup of stories including exoplanets, sky maps, fast radio bursts, meteorites, the problem with symmetry, and …
 
Samer Hamadeh is the Founder and CEO of Zeel. Zeel started by providing in-home massage therapy, but looks a bit different these days. As you might suspect, the pandemic crushed their business and overnight their revenue went to zero. But in a time of crisis Zeel was able to leverage the logistics network they had built over the years to start offe…
 
A survey of the stellar nursery in the Orion Nebula Cluster provides evidence that stars compete for material and their size depends on what they gather rather than their initial core size. Plus, NASA mission updates, fast radio bursts, neutron stars, visible novae, and mountain building in the Andes.…
 
How Compassion is Transforming Our World Guest: Susan Skog Watch the news for just ten minutes and you’re bound to feel either angry, sad, frustrated, or even helpless. We are all experiencing profound changes in our lives, leading to a complete reconstruction of perspective and every aspect of daily life. So, what can we do? Heart activists are em…
 
Today’s news examines many of the ways in which scientists are trying to understand Earth’s atmosphere as well as the atmospheres of exoplanets, mostly in the hopes of figuring out the best way to tell if there is life on another world. Plus, sixty years of fusion power and this week’s What’s Up.
 
In this week’s Rocket Roundup, host Annie Wilson presents a suborbital Blue Origin launch, the return of Soyuz MS-17, a hovering Ingenuity drone, and an Earth Day special on Earth observatories. Plus, this week in rocket history, we look back at STS-31, which launched from the Kennedy Space Center on April 24th, 1990.…
 
Any student can invent. Any student can engineer. Any student can make a difference. Project Invent is a nonprofit organization that trains high school educators in design thinking, engineering, and entrepreneurship. After their training, educators use their knowledge to empower high school students to invent new technologies for social good. Proje…
 
Did you know that light can be manipulated at the nanoscale to control not only colors but also chemical reactions as well as what we see, or do not see? In this interesting and last episode of the season, we talk to Prof. Magnus Jonsson, Associate Professor and head of the Organic Photonics and Nano-Optics group at the Laboratory of Organic Electr…
 
Connecting stress and good health Guest: Richard Weinstein, D.C. Stress is part of life. But knowing how to balance and manage it is the best way to prevent long-term damage. From headaches to weight gain, hair loss, and inflammatory conditions, Dr. Weinstein says it starts with basic knowledge that everyone needs to know. From food to natural supp…
 
In this episode, Myra explores how the condition of our agni (the digestive fire) affects our mental health our total wellbeing. You'll learn: How digesting food is related to how you digest life Why trying to fix symptoms doesn't work Why tuning into cause and effect will set you free How to calibrate your system by increasing your vitality, immun…
 
Kids all around the world are in need of prosthetics. The kids in your classroom can help, thanks to the Limb Kind Foundation (limbkind.org) Robert Schulman, C.P. is a Certified Prosthetist who founded the Limb Kind Foundation in 2019 and serves as the organization’s Executive Director. Limb Kind was founded with the goal of improving the lives of …
 
Data analyzed from the NICER telescope aboard the ISS contains evidence of X-ray boosts accompanying radio burst detections, releasing more energy than expected as “giant radio pulses”. Plus, machine learning, yellowballs, intraterrestrial life, all the volcanoes, and updates on SN15 and Ingenuity.
 
Alex Schmidt is joined by podcaster/producer Jordan Kauwling (‘FANTI’, ’The Flop House’) and comedian/podcaster Teresa Lee (new album ‘We’re Still Doing This’) for a look at why playing cards are secretly incredibly fascinating. Visit http://sifpod.fun/ for research sources, handy links, and this week's bonus episode.…
 
I am delighted to have Siim Land joining me once again as my guest for the show. Siim lives in the countryside of Estonia. He is a bestselling author, public speaker, high-performance coach, and professional biohacker. He is the author of Metabolic Autophagy, Stronger By Stress, and he is the co-author of The Immunity Fix. There is so much value in…
 
In this week’s Rocket Roundup, host Annie Wilson presents [checks notes] yet another Starlink launch from SpaceX, a Chinese launch, a crewed Russian launch, and the resulting capsule shuffle at the ISS. Plus, this week in rocket history, we celebrate the launch of Vostok 1 and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first human to travel into outer space, on A…
 
As the Managing Partner of Upfront Ventures, Mark Suster has helped Los Angeles, where he and Upfront are based, reach the national stage when it comes to venture capital. The landscape was totally different 20 years ago and Mark/Upfront is a big reason why. After two successful exits as a founder, Mark joined Upfront in 2007. Since then Mark has b…
 
How to Purposely Enter Abundant Living Guest: Pastor Kevin Boyd It’s hard to describe what it’s like to be in the room when Pastor Boyd delivers his message of how “divine” principles can dynamically impact your life. If you have found yourself praying for insight, inspiration, or perhaps transformation, his words of wisdom can one the door to new …
 
A new study examined the effects of recent increases in the number of space objects orbiting Earth and found that the proliferation of satellites contributes to a nearly ten percent increase over natural lighting of the night sky. Plus, Mars, Uranus, Neptune, ancient Earth, volcanoes, and our weekly What’s Up segment.…
 
Alex Schmidt is joined by comedians/podcasters Amir Blumenfeld (‘If I Were You’ podcast, ‘Buckets’ podcast) and Negin Farsad (‘Fake The Nation’ podcast, ‘Birdgirl’ on Adult Swim) for a look at why triangles are secretly incredibly fascinating. Visit http://sifpod.fun/ for research sources, handy links, and this week's bonus episode.…
 
Nick and Ellie discuss potential breakthroughs in anti-aging technologies from the biology of giant clams, opossums, and lobsters. We discuss the work and life of former lion tamer and current professor Dr. Steven Austad and whether living as a lobster would be a worthy price of immortality. An Everyday Dissection can be found on twitter @edissect,…
 
For April, we are doing a biohacking month on the Everyday Wellness Podcast, and today, I am delighted to have Daniel Tal Mor joining me as my guest. Daniel is a seasoned entrepreneur, co-founder, and CEO of Lumen, a company developing consumer nutrition management platforms based on a small device that measures metabolism in a single breath and pr…
 
What if kids, especially girls, really believed they could grow up and be anything? Laurie Wallmark was one of those kids, and so are the women she’s written about. Laurie is a full-time, award winning children’s book author, and she “loves it.” Some previous jobs she’s held are software engineer, owner of a mail order company (she had a bookstore …
 
In this week’s Rocket Roundup, host Annie Wilson presents another Starlink launch from SpaceX, another OneWeb launch from Arianespace, the very foggy SN11 test flight, and a Chinese launch. Plus, this week in rocket history, we look back at STS-1, which launched from the Kennedy Space Center on April 12th, 1981.…
 
VCs invest in startups and founders, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they always provide the support and patience that the founders need. On this week’s episode I chat with Josh Stein - Managing Partner of Threshold Ventures - about Threshold’s emphasis on how they champion their founders by supplying them with that support and giving them time t…
 
Lessons of Life and Wealth Guest: Richard Paul Evans How many of you have prayed for happiness and wealth while hoping to regain your lost time? Do you find yourself squeezing in vacations and feeling overloaded when you return? If you are still pounding it out, looking for the break, buying lottery tickets, or wishing on a star, the timing for thi…
 
Rita Astuti looks at different cultures and how death is imbued with complex meaning and transformed from an ending to a beginning, and from a cause for despair, to a celebration. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Science] [Show ID: 32055]저자 UCTV: UC San Diego
 
Rita Astuti looks at different cultures and how death is imbued with complex meaning and transformed from an ending to a beginning, and from a cause for despair, to a celebration. Series: "CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny" [Science] [Show ID: 32055]저자 UCTV: UC San Diego
 
Using substantial ground arrays and underground muon detectors, the Tibet ASγ Collaboration has captured evidence of ultrahigh-energy gamma rays that are thought to be the result of nuclear interactions between cosmic rays and interstellar gas. Plus, OSIRIS-REx, Ingenuity, InSight, comet 2I/Borisov, and things getting hit (or not) by other things.…
 
In many U.S. families, chores tend to fall on the shoulders of parents – and sometimes one parent – while children don’t contribute as much as a parent might like. Family life is not exactly the same around the world, however. In this episode, we talk with Lucia Alcala, a faculty member at California State University, Fullerton, who has studied cul…
 
John Douillard interviews author Scott Carney on how to tolerate a little more discomfort (which can be a good thing). Also, read more on the role mindfulness plays in controlling knee-jerk responses and building strength. The post Podcast Episode 110: The Key to Human Resilience with Scott Carney appeared first on John Douillard's LifeSpa | Ayurve…
 
Will America hold Trump & his enablers accountable for 400,000 unnecessary deaths? Is this manslaughter, now that Trump brags that he actively ignored the scientific advice? Prof. Richard Wolff is here on rising food prices and the impact on global unrest. If prices continue to rise — on top of the pain of the pandemic — the world could be in for a…
 
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