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Vjerojatno ste svi čuli, a mnogi i slušali, legendarnu radio emisiju Andromeda, koja više od dva desetljeća ide na Drugom programu Hrvatskoga radija, svakoga utorka od 20:00 - 22:00 sata uz stručne suradnike Antu Radonića i Korada Korlevića, a pod budnom paskom Dubravke Družinec Ricijaš.
 
Carry the One is a small team of young scientists at UCSF who are passionate about bringing science stories straight to the public's ear in an entertaining, digestible way. Tune in for stories ranging from current research to science history, from medical science to the natural and social sciences. -- Visit us at carrytheoneradio.com Twitter: @CTORadio Instagram: @carrytheoneradio To support the show: www.patreon.com/carrytheone
 
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension staff consists of five professional county extension agents and one program assistant trained in the agriculture/natural resources, horticulture, family and consumer sciences, and youth development, as well as support staff who are available to meet your educational needs and requests. Specific areas of program emphasis includes: Water Quality and Conservation, Quality of Life, Resource and Emergency Management, Urban Youth Development, Youth Education, and N ...
 
Join the crew of Extension302 as they dive into current topics affecting YOU — the people of Delaware! Brought to you the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, this podcast offers unbiased scientifically-based conversation featuring guest experts! Topics range from agricultural sciences to nutrition, mindfulness, financial literacy and more! -- This program is brought to you by the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension, a service of the UD College of Agriculture and Natural Re ...
 
Et fascinen les reaccions en cadena de la polimerasa quantitatives? No et deixa dormir la geometria fractal del conjunt de Mandelbrot? Segueixes diàriament l’evolució de la teoria de les supercordes? Doncs si ets així, aquest no és el teu programa. No, perquè el “Pa ciència, la nostra” va dirigit a aquells que no heu entès absolutament res d’això però que teniu curiositat per la ciència i la tecnologia, que us feu preguntes sobre les petites coses del dia a dia: com funciona el microones, pe ...
 
Podcasts from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Interviews on research and innovations from KTH, sometimes with KTH:s partners. Podcasts are produced by the Communications Department at KTH. KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. Education and research spans from natural ...
 
The Pre-Socratic Greek philosophers, that is, the philosopher-scientists who lived before or contemporaneously to Socrates, were the first men in the Western world to establish a line of inquiry regarding the natural phenomena that rejected the traditional religious explanations and searched for rational explanations. Even though they do not form a school of thought, they can be considered the fathers of philosophy and many other sciences as we have them now. None of their works is extant, s ...
 
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The earth can’t wait, and it’s imperative that we are climate aware and are moved to action to maintain it. In this episode covering sustainability and climate change, we talk to Dr. Sheri Weiser, a physician-scientist at UCSF with a long history of researching food insecurity and climate justice. Dr. Weiser has been a Principal Investigator on ove…
 
Feat. Lillie Binder (Ag Council President) and Christy Mannering (CANR Digital Communications Specialist) For many decades thousands of people headed to the University of Delaware's south campus on the last day of April to celebrate Ag Day. This year's theme is "One World, One Health" and will highlight college-wide research on this concept. Find o…
 
“Case Studies in Ethnic Backgrounds and Racism” Amy talks with Craig Rotter, Sonja Davis, and Mario Villarino of Extension’s Coming Together for Racial Understanding workgroup, discussing how previous conversations on “flip the script” and “dialogues and debates” relate to potential life scenarios. Sponsor this show! Contact dick@irlonestar.com —– …
 
Before this episode, if someone asked me what could be done to improve maternal and newborn health outcomes, one of the last things on my mind would have been “kindness” because that part should be obvious, right? Wrong. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Afulani and Dr.Walker, two faculty members in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and …
 
Contact tracing is a term that almost all of us are familiar with, but what exactly does it entail? As part of a collaboration with the Institute of Global Health Sciences (IGHS) at UCSF, we spoke to three contact tracing experts in San Francisco. From our conversations with librarian and manager at the Excelsior Branch Public Library Ramses Escoba…
 
Let’s be real -- life can be stressful. For those facing early life stress, the consequences can even affect their very biology. Fortunately, Rebekah Rashford is a young Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University who is uncovering just how these stressors affect people. In this Young Scientist Spotlight (our 16th!), Rebekah Rashford shares how she beg…
 
“Dialogue or Debate? Tips for productive conversations about race” Amy is joined by Dawn Burton, Sonja Davis, and Craig Rotter, members of Extension’s Coming Together for Racial Understanding work group, to discuss ways to navigate through difficult conversations about race and race relations. https://www.pvamu.edu/cahs/cep/ deburton@pvamu.edu http…
 
Roughly 4% of the world’s population is affected by a rare disease, and while we are learning every day how to better diagnose and treat these conditions, there is still much to uncover. Rare Disease Day, which lands on the last day of February every year, seeks to raise awareness and improve access to care for patients and families living with rar…
 
2.19.21 – “So, you want an Ag Exemption for your land…” – The Extension Hour Amy and Brandon are joined by Jake Martinez and Misty Gipson from the Montgomery County Appraisal District discussing the ins and outs of agriculture exemptions and tax valuations for land owners. Montgomery County Appraisal District mcad-tx.org Misty Gipson, RPA, RTA Ag a…
 
We don’t usually hear the words science and art together, but we’ve been misled -- science and art exist together on multiple planes, constantly informing each other in beautiful and unexpected ways. This is the second episode in our two-part mini-series on science and art. Here, we’re joined by visual artists and science communicators Kelly Montgo…
 
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Agricultural Law Specialist, Tiffany Dowell Lashmet will be on the show to discuss important topics for landowners, such as: “How do I protect myself if someone gets hurt on my land?,” Texas fence law, and agricultural lease agreements. Live online – http://irlonestar.com Live on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.…
 
Did you know you could scuba dive for science? Well, that’s exactly what Gaby Keeler-May does in the waters of New Zealand! In our latest Young Scientist Spotlight episode (#15!), learn about how Gaby’s scuba diving class in Santa Cruz, California, led her to investigating invasive seaweeds in New Zealand!We discuss how she conducts each dive (safe…
 
You feeling stressed? Well, take a break from work and listen to our latest Young Scientist Spotlight with Sero Parel. Sero is a Neuroscience graduate student at Princeton University, who is interested in studying stress and how stressful moments can change the course of our developing brain. For Sero, their research goes way beyond any old science…
 
We don’t usually hear the words science and art together, but we’ve been misled -- science and art exist together on multiple planes, constantly informing each other in beautiful and unexpected ways.This is the first episode in our two-part mini-series on science and art. Here, we’re joined by choreographer-slash-educator Suba Subramaniam and compu…
 
12.11.20 -“Volunteers are the Heart of Extension” with Montgomery County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, LIVE on Lone Star Community Radio “Volunteers are the Heart of Extension” State volunteer specialist Laura Huebinger joins the Montgomery County Extension faculty to highlight the volunteers and partners that help make the Extension program succes…
 
New Year, new you, new …. ant? Dr. Balint Kacsoh, a postdoc at the University of Pennsylvania, discusses his work on the genetics of social interactions in ants in our latest Young Scientist Spotlight. Listening to this conversation, you’ll learn a ton of interesting ant facts, like how ants bites are used to staple together wounds in the jungle. Y…
 
Stephanie Renee is a non-traditional undergraduate student. After working in non-scientific fields, she decided to go back to school a few years ago to pursue a bachelor's in neuroscience with the goal of becoming a clinical neuropsychologist. In this spotlight interview, she shares her experiences working in a metastatic breast cancer lab, her tho…
 
12.18.20 – 12.18.20 – “Flip the Script on race and ethnicity” – The Extension Hour “Flip the Script on race and ethnicity” Amy is joined by Dawn Burton, Sonja Davis, and Craig Rotter, members of Extension’s Coming Together for Racial Understanding work group, sharing strategies to turn uncomfortable conversations into inclusive environments Sponsor…
 
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