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ResearchPod science podcasts connect the research community to a global audience of peers and the public, raising visibility and impact. www.researchpod.org. All content is shared under the Creative Commons CCBY-NC-ND 4.0 licence. For further information, email contact@researchpod.org
 
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Research Radio brings academic rigour to ask and address complex questions. Our show lets you learn directly from researchers who are at the forefront of their fields, investigating topics ranging from food security programmes to queer rights legislation.
 
From Plato to quantum physics, Walter Benjamin to experimental poetry, Frantz Fanon to the history of political radicalism, The Podcast for Social Research is a crucial part of our mission to forge new, organic paths for intellectual work in the twenty-first century: an ongoing, interdisciplinary series featuring members of the Institute, and occasional guests, conversing about a wide variety of intellectual issues, some perennial, some newly pressing. Each episode centers on a different top ...
 
Jen Lumanlan always thought infancy would be the hardest part of parenting. Now she has a toddler and finds a whole new set of tools are needed, there are hundreds of books to read, and academic research to uncover that would otherwise never see the light of day. Join her on her journey to get a Masters in Psychology focusing on Child Development, as she researches topics of interest to parents of toddlers and preschoolers from all angles, and suggests tools parents can use to help kids thri ...
 
Es el espacio para escuchar sobre la investigación en el Diseño, hablando con gente de la industria y conocer cómo aprendemos, qué consultamos, con quiénes nos juntamos para aprender más, a qué nos enfrentamos y cómo solucionamos nuestras trabas en esta profesión.
 
The Researchers’ Cardbox podcast is a free associational, transdisciplinary repository of seedling ideas. An attempt to partially catalog the missing pieces of scholarship, it includes annotations of other people’s published work, the unpublished underneath of our own, and other random stuff we like. Think Sunday brunch with friends, only on a Wednesday.
 
Moonshot Research is a multi strategy web3 investment and research firm. On our podcast, @USA_Pharoah @KidQuartz1, and @Papapelli discuss the latest headlines in crypto in an easily digestible format and interview web3 thought leaders. Typically, these conversations align with internal research initiatives and our pursuit to explore the forefront of web3. Disclaimer: This podcast is for informational purposes only. Nothing on this podcast should be construed as investment advice.
 
My podcast aims to bring awareness to the lived experiences of doing research. Collaboration between researchers in Africa and other continents, as well as Africans who currently undertake research in a setting outside of Africa. Come let's share our experiences, journey, success, ups and downs of our research. The main goal is to better the continent of Africa and beyond through our research knowledge.
 
Welcome to Do Better Research, a learning-focused podcast about research methods. My name is Dr Suzanne Albary, and I’ll be guiding you through research methods to become a better researcher, both for academic study and professional practice. Listen to four seasons of interviews with active researchers from all sorts of disciplines to hear how they use certain methods, what methodologies work for them, and their top tips for doing better research.
 
The Clinical Research Podcast discusses topics and ideas that we as clinical researchers want to know. This podcast is for anyone who is interested in getting into the clinical research field as well as people that are interested in being apart of a passionate research community. Subscribe to the youtube channel here -> https://www.youtube.com/eliteclinicalresearch
 
At Research in Practice, we bring together academic research, practice expertise and the experiences of people accessing services. We then apply this knowledge to develop a range of resources and learning opportunities, as well as delivering tailored services, expertise and training. We work closely with professionals across the children, families and adult sectors to ensure our work is truly sector-led and responds to the most pressing issues.
 
At the University of Leeds, we believe that all members of our research community play a crucial role in developing and promoting a positive and inclusive research culture. Across the globe, the urgent need for a better Research Culture in Higher Education is widely accepted – but how do you make it happen? This weekly podcast focuses on our ideas, approaches and learning as we contribute to the University's attempt to create a Research Culture in which everyone can thrive. Whether you under ...
 
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In this episode of Research Radio, we have with us Dr. Radhika Kumar, who will be discussing the changing political landscape in the ‘Jatland’ of Haryana. This discussion is based on her papers titled ‘Saffronising 'Jatland': Mapping Shifts in the Electoral Landscape in Haryana’, ‘Stooping to Conquer: Jats and Reservations in Haryana’, ‘Why a Natio…
 
Fermentation. It makes my beer buzzy, and creates bubbles. But what is it really? What else can it be used for? My 20 minutes of research is up. Now I'm sharing with you what I found out. Yes, you are allowed to subscribe. Please feel free to share this on Social media and let me know if there is a subject you would like covered. Thumbs up and a po…
 
In conversation with Dr Cecile Menard (University of Edinburgh). In our weekly Research Culture Uncovered conversations we are asking what is Research Culture and why does it matter? In Season 2, we are in conversation with a number of presenters from the Researcher Education and Development Scholarship International Conference of 2022. In this epi…
 
Additional background material on this episode is available for Patrons. Jeb and Blake wade into the first episode of season 4 of In Search Of... to learn a thing or two about tsunamis. (Yes, the producers actually said that they called it "tidal waves" because if they'd used "tsunami" Americans wouldn't have bothered to find out what it was about.…
 
Major R&D requirements mean obesity market likely to be dominated by large biopharmas The CDC estimates the US obesity prevalence is nearly 42%, making it a common and costly disease for Americans, especially as it is associated with other health afflictions. However, a new generation of obesity therapeutics is set to enter the market over the next…
 
Our guest today is Jessica Nordell, Author and Speaker. In 2021 she published The End of Bias: A Beginning: The Science and Practice of Overcoming Unconscious Bias. Jessica has served as a teacher and journalist. She studied Physics at MIT, and holds a degree in physics from Harvard and an MFA in Poetry from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fin…
 
With a focus on exploring how power can be effectively shared between researchers and members of the community, host Saumu Lwembe (Assistant Director of PPI and engagement at the NIHR co-ordinating centre, CCF) speaks to Professor Richard Lilford of the University of Birmingham and research groups members, Jayashree Parasheril Kunju and Amar Bahadu…
 
This is the final of three episodes where I speak Dr Kaja Franck (https://twitter.com/kajafranck), Visiting Lecturer in English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Hertfordshire. Throughout the three episodes, we cover a wide range of topics, including the research process, the importance of space, and the supervisory relationship …
 
This week we are reviewing the CBP crew's recent RCT on forward head posture changes in a chiropractic care group vs a standard exercise group. Important to note is not only significantly greater change at 6 week mark, but the 3 month follow-up will astound you. Please subscribe/rate/review - and share this with a friend!…
 
Hello everybody In today's episode, I talk about the approach by Kahneman, Tversky and their followers. They approach System 1 thinking (i.e. heuristics) as biases. In all their research, they focus on how System 1 thinking does not allow System 2 thinking (i.e. analytic approach) to work properly. It is a prevalent approach and is dominating in th…
 
Der Cloud-Monitor 2022 von Bitkom und KPMG nennt für Multi-Cloud einen wichtigen Grund: 97 Prozent der Unternehmen betrachten Leistungsfähigkeit und Stabilität der Cloud als Must-have. Cloud-Lösungen sollen ihre Funktionalität für die Anwendenden bei Teilausfällen größtmöglich erhalten. Doch Multi-Cloud bietet mehr als das. Aber wie wird Multi-Clou…
 
Do you ever feel ashamed? Many people find it among their most physical emotions, resulting in a big knot of tension or a hot flush that washes over their whole body. But what is shame, and where does it come from? I recently read a LOT of academic papers and books, and also popular books about shame, and the most helpful resource I found among all…
 
Roya Gordon from Nozomi Networks sits down with Dave to discuss their research on "Vulnerabilities in BMC Firmware Affect OT/IoT Device Security." Researchers at Nozomi Networks has revealed that there are thirteen vulnerabilities that affect BMCs of Lanner devices based on the American Megatrends (AMI) MegaRAC SP-X. The research states "By abusing…
 
Coffee is a drink that is enjoyed by many people, but there is concern over for the safety of coffee, especially when talking about the amount of caffeine it contains. Is this something we should seriously be concerned about or just something we can push to the side? Blog Post: https://travisresearch.blogspot.com/2023/01/the-worrying-truth-about-co…
 
In episode three of Faculty Spotlight, Lauren K. Wolfe and Mark DeLucas interview BISR classicist Bruce King. The three discuss: what brought Bruce to the classics; the charisma of his teachers (and the poverty of their ideas); queering the canon; the trouble with the Odyssey; coming to love Latin (and why he's keeping Horace to himself); learning …
 
As a member of the Boards of Directors of several companies, I regularly attend board meetings to help oversee and guide businesses. One company in our portfolio is run by some very sharp and talented young guys who have created one of first metaverse advertising companies. It’s growing rapidly, and they’re even expanding into video games now. In a…
 
This week, on the GlobalResearch News Hour, we are exploring the prospect that NATO may today actually be a malevolent force on the global stage and that Canada and the world should consider abandoning it. In our first half hour, Rick Rozoff, a long time geopolitical analyst and critic of NATO offers his perspectives on the nature of the trans-nati…
 
Part 1: Dr Mrs Owoola Ambali obtained her PhD in Pharmacognosy from the prestigious University of Ibadan, Nigeria. In this log she shares the impact of inadequate infrastructure while doing research in Africa. Systemic barriers and disadvantages as well as being a woman, a wife, and a mum navigating the landscapes of doing academic research in Nige…
 
Much of the research on our genome focuses on the genes that make proteins, but those only constitute about one percent of our DNA. What about the other 99% that is considered noncoding — which was once called junk DNA? It might not be junk. As much as 80% of the genome has some biochemical function, but we remain puzzled by its role. In this episo…
 
Today we are joined by Jason Badeaux, co-founder of React Networks, to learn how React aims to move electrons across time. React is building the digital infrastructure layer necessary to turn the grid edge into a resource for the energy system. React aims to support the fight against climate change and unstable energy grids by creating economic inc…
 
A new autoantibody to valyl transfer RNA synthetase associated with anti-synthetase syndrome Dr Tsuneo Sasai and Dr Ran Nakashima (both Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan) join Dr Latika Gupta to discuss a 43-year-old male patient clinically diagnosed with anti-synthetase syndrome but lacking any known disease-specific autoantibodi…
 
Have you ever wondered why you feel strong emotions when listening to that breakup song? Why music can trigger distant childhood memories, and why someone just likes music more than others? In this episode, we invited two neuroscientists in music cognition and had a truly fascinating conversation on music, neuroscience, and goosebumps. Our student …
 
En esta temporada regresó Bibiana Nunes, quien nos comparte sobre la evolución del Research; del 2020 para acá, todo lo que ha cambiado, tanto a nivel estratégico como profesional. Hablamos sobre la madurez de las organizaciones para ejecutar la Investigación, el como comunicar resultados, y sobre todo ser flexibles al momento de ejecutar e impleme…
 
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of counseling designed to change unhelpful patterns of thinking. A strong, evidence-based track record has led to its widespread use in high-income countries. But it may also be an important tool for helping people in some of the poorest countries in the world. In a paper in the American Economic Review:…
 
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I first met Bohb Blair at an epic Motörhead show in Chicago in 2009. Fast forward and today Bohb is the CMO of the iconic Jones Soda and the Chief Brand Officer of its cannabis expansion, Mary Jones Cannabis. Bohb’s first career was in music. After quitting his job as tour manager for Urge Overkill’s Nash Kato, he landed an ad agency gig supporting…
 
Occupational Epidemiology is one of the oldest and most salient areas in Epidemiology. People need to work, so understanding the aspects of the work environment that contribute to health is vital to public health. Exposures are often not confined to the workplace, meaning knowledge generated has wider importance. For example, occupational cohort st…
 
In this podcast, Research and Development Officers Claire Williams and Luciann Blake talk to Laura Pritchard-Jones and Tony Anyaegbu about interpreting and applying case law in practice.The podcast explores how effective practice should be underpinned by good and up-to-date knowledge of relevant case law. The conversation contains messages relevant…
 
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