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  • Earth’s magnetic 'song' during a solar storm
    European Space Agency
    00:13
    Science
    15,264

    ESA’s Cluster mission has recorded the magnetic waves generated in the magnetic foreshock above Earth – the first region of our planet’s magnetic environment that solar wind particles encounter – during a solar storm. This audio file contains a 'sonification' of the data, where sounds were obtained by transforming the frequencies of these magnetic waves into audible signals. The sounds are higher in pitch and more complicated than during calm conditions. Read the full story on ESA's website: http://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Space_Science/Earth_s_magnetic_song_recorded_for_the_first_time_during_a_solar_storm Credit: ESA/Cluster; M. Archer, Queen Mary University of London – CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

  • Earth’s magnetic 'song' during calm space weather conditions
    European Space Agency
    00:13
    Science
    12,367

    ESA’s Cluster mission has recorded the magnetic waves generated in the magnetic foreshock above Earth – the first region of our planet’s magnetic environment that solar wind particles encounter – during calm space weather conditions. This audio file contains a 'sonification' of the data, where sounds were obtained by transforming the frequencies of these magnetic waves into audible signals. Read the full story on ESA's website: http://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Space_Science/Earth_s_magnetic_song_recorded_for_the_first_time_during_a_solar_storm Credit: ESA/Cluster; M. Archer, Queen Mary University of London – CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO

  • Season 2, Episode 7 - Planet Asteroid
    NASA
    34:12
    Science
    336

    What’s in a name? Whether you call it a planet or an asteroid, missions that explore small worlds are always exciting.

  • To Milk A Tick
    SciFri
    17:28
    Science
    849

    Compounds in tick saliva can reveal to how these parasites can create anaesthetics and anticoagulants to breakdown human and animal defenses.

  • An Undersea Forest In Decline
    SciFri
    12:00
    Science
    803

    Off the coast of California, forests of kelp are being decimated by warming temperatures and hungry sea urchins.

  • Cosmic Queries – Planets and Stuff
    StarTalk Radio
    51:42
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Paul Mecurio are back together again to answer your fan-submitted questions on Saturn, Jupiter, neuroscience, tidal forces, lunar exploration, and the science behind your hat size, and more. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/cosmic-queries-planets-and-stuff/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Kay Gilbert, Brendan Brown, Akasha Yi, Tom Hernke, Jonathan Gaffers Photo Credit: NASA, ESA, and A. Simon (NASA Goddard) [Public domain]

  • Critics Say the EPA Transparency Proposal Will Squash Science
    SciFri
    17:25
    Science
    782

    The proposal would require researchers to disclose underlying data—which could include private medical and health information.

  • Finally, An Ebola Vaccine
    SciFri
    12:02
    Science
    767

    European regulators have approved a Merck vaccine to fight the Ebola virus.

  • 391 - Les dents de la mort, avec Perrine Munaro
    Podcast Science
    02:06:34
    Science
    4,335

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    Ici à Podcast Science, on vous parle de tout. D’astrophysique, de mathématiques, de biologie, de chimie… et parfois on fait des petits détours sur les sentiers merveilleux des sciences humaines… l’histoire, l’archéologie, la sociologie. Et il est des détours plus dépaysants que d’autres ! Après vous avoir emmené au fond de nos bouches avec Christian Boehler dans l’épisode 385 pour découvrir ce que sont les dents, ce soir on vous emmène dans le passé… pour découvrir ce que les dents peuvent nous dire sur celles et ceux qui nous ont précédé ! Bien plus que de simples outils pour mastiquer, les dents sont des mines d’information sur les humains qui les ont eu en bouche, et c’est Perrine Munaro qui sera avec nous ce soir pour nous le démontrer ! Nous sommes le 13 novembre 2019, vous êtes dans l’épisode trois-cent-nonante-et-un, bienvenue sur Podcast Science !

  • Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer: The Spacewalks
    NASA
    58:34
    Science
    728

    For Episode 118, Tara Jochim and Brian Mader talk about a unique and difficult set of spacewalks to repair an experiment called the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer. The two discuss the work that has been done so far to prepare for these spacewalks and what the teams will be doing to execute these complicated maneuvers. This episode was recorded on October 9th, 2019.

  • The Doctor Treating Skin Of Color
    SciFri
    16:12
    Science
    975

    Dermatologists look for problems that are literally skin deep. That can be complicated when your skin is darker.

  • Not Your Grandparents Hearing Aid
    SciFri
    17:07
    Science
    879

    A new generation of tech is helping millions of Americans cope with hearing loss.

  • 390 Nature secrète
    Podcast Science
    01:55:32
    Science
    6,186

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    Ce soir place au merveilleux, car notre invité est Patrick Baud le créateur du blog Axolot dédié aux curiosités et merveilles qui nous étonnent. Il vient ce soir nous parler de Nature secrète, un livre qu’il a écrit en collaboration avec Pierre Kerner. Un livre superbement illustré, sur la nature et les merveilleuses et insolites espèces qui nous entourent. Nous sommes très heureux de les accueillir ce soir, pour nous parler de cet ouvrage qui nous démontre encore une fois, s’il y en avait besoin, que la science et le beau savent coexister. Nous sommes le mercredi 6 novembre de l’an 2019, vous êtes sur Podcast Science, bienvenue dans l’émission 390.

  • Intra-individual changes in methylome profiles: an epigenetic ‘scar’ of early-life adversity?
    Nature Research
    09:34
    Science
    379

    It’s widely understood that early life adversity has an impact on mental illness and cognitive problems later in life. There are theories as to the mechanisms of how this works, but it’s difficult to test in humans. Tallie Baram is a professor of neurophysiology and biophysics at the UC Irvine department of pediatrics. And she co-authored a recent study in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology with Ali Mortazavi, professor of developmental and cell biology at UC Irvine. Dr. Baram says that imaging studies show changes in brain structure and circuits, and cognitive and emotional tests also demonstrate a change in function. But it’s difficult to study the mechanism, to try to understand how this is happening, because scientists can’t take samples of brain tissue to determine how and when genes are expressed. Related Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41386-019-0496-3

  • TORTURED STRINGS Preview - ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR
    timprebble
    01:21
    0

    Preview of new HISSandaROAR sound design library: TORTURED STRINGS https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd041-tortured-strings

  • TORTURED STRINGS Preview - GUZHENG
    timprebble
    02:09
    0

    Preview of new HISSandaROAR sound design library: TORTURED STRINGS https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd041-tortured-strings

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Swamp Works
    NASA
    26:44
    Science
    313

    NASA Swamp Works Senior Technologist Rob Mueller discusses technologies being developed for missions to the Moon and Mars.​

  • Season 2, Episode 6 - The Prospects of Heavy Metal
    NASA
    32:48
    Science
    935

    Asteroids, ho! Pioneering space miners dream of Psyche, the largest metal asteroid in the solar system.

  • TORTURED STRINGS Preview - ELECTRIC GUITAR
    timprebble
    01:46
    0

    Preview of new HISSandaROAR sound design library: TORTURED STRINGS https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd041-tortured-strings

  • A Conversation with Edward Norton
    StarTalk Radio
    56:10
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with actor Edward Norton to explore his fascination with the universe, his new film “Motherless Brooklyn,” his work with the UN promoting biodiversity, his data company, his cosmic curiosities, and more. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/a-conversation-with-edward-norton/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Ray Sousa, Kiki Stirling, Paul Schroeder, John Gallagher, Ástþór Sigurvinsson Photo Credit: StarTalk.