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  • How Native American Communities Are Addressing Climate Change
    SciFri
    34:24
    Science
    929

    Indigenous tribes are centering climate change management strategies around traditional practices.

  • WSS S4E10: Will you be my Valentine?
    Science at Western
    37:38
    Science
    247

    Just in time for Valentine's Day, Amanda Moehring and Geoff Wild join Western Science Speaks to discuss mating, courtship, and everything you need to know about love.

  • 550 - Translating Science, Part 1
    Science For The People
    46:13
    Science
    0

    This week, we're discussing the opportunities and challenges of using Zulu, a language that has traditionally been excluded from science journalism, to share discoveries with a new audience. Host Marion Kilgour speaks with Sibusiso Biyela, science communicator at ScienceLink and a contributor at South African science news website SciBraai.

  • 398 - Le mystère Ettore Majorana
    Podcast Science
    01:24:09
    Science
    7,758

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    Ce soir nous ne resterons pas neutres bien longtemps..., nous risquons même de finir très positifs !car même si le sujet du jour n’est pas du tout élémentaire, notre invité Nils Barrellon va nous parler de petits neutrons et surtout du physicien Ettore Majorana, qui contribua à la découverte de cette particule, avant de disparaître hélas mystérieusement.

  • PIPE REZ Preview 1 - Industrial Pipes
    timprebble
    02:16
    0

    New 24bit 192kHz HISSandaROAR sound library: SD042 PIPE REZ https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd042-pipe-rez

  • Cpt Jol Woodard Re Britannia RN College
    Hospital Radio Plymouth
    16:47
    Audio interview
    3

    Kevin Wadland chats with Cpt Jol Woodard of the Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth.

  • Quirky Cosmic Queries
    StarTalk Radio
    52:01
    Science
    0

    Aliens, the multiverse, immortality, ʻOumuamua, and more – Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Paul Mecurio answer the quirkiest fan-submitted Cosmic Queries on topics from all across the universe. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/quirky-cosmic-queries/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Daniel Kulikowski, Natalia Lalicata, Scott Eisen, Jeffrey David Marraccini, Sunil Ingle. Photo Credit: StarTalk.

  • Multiple perspectives: an interview with Dr Marc Stift
    Nature Research
    18:11
    Science
    469

    In episode two of our editorial series, we meet Dr Marc Stift (University of Konstanz). A plant evolutionary geneticist with three years under his belt at Heredity, Marc has also authored five papers in the journal (so far). This gives him valuable perspectives from both sides of the process. What has he learnt? What tips can he give for writing a successful manuscript? And what makes him scientifically tick? Tune in to find out. Associated articles: Sibling competition does not magnify inbreeding depression in North American Arabidopsis lyrata https://www.nature.com/articles/s41437-019-0268-1 STRUCTURE is more robust than other clustering methods in simulated mixed-ploidy populations https://www.nature.com/articles/s41437-019-0247-6

  • HeredityPod 2020: Tristyly - A most complex marriage arrangement
    Nature Research
    18:41
    Science
    398

    Charles Darwin described it as the most complex mating system in the natural world. Famed statistician Ronald Fisher was fascinated by it. And this episode’s interviewees braved 40 °C heat and caimans to unravel some of its mysteries. What is it? Tristyly — a rare and mysterious plant mating system. Tune in to hear what Dr Nicolay Cunha and Prof. Spencer Barrett learnt about this system from the pickerel weeds of Brazil’s Pantanal. Associated article: Architectural constraints, male fertility variation and biased floral morph ratios in tristylous populations https://www.nature.com/articles/s41437-019-0237-8

  • The crop specialist: an interview with Dr Alison Bently
    Nature Research
    18:34
    Science
    387

    Behind the pages of Heredity there lies a group of incredibly dedicated, brilliant scientists—our editors! Who are they? What do they actually do? What kinds of research are they passionate about? What are they looking for in a good manuscript? These are the kinds of questions we are going to explore in a new series of episodes dedicated to these unsung heroes of scientific publishing. First up, we have Dr Alison Bentley, a crop specialist who leads a +40 group of researchers as Head of Genetics and Breeding at NIAB (National Institute of Agricultural Botany).

  • Katie Robinson Talks About Her Independent Sitting Service
    Hospital Radio Plymouth
    13:10
    Audio Interview
    2

    Hospital Radio's Charlotte Willis talks to Katie Robinson about her independent sitting service

  • PIPE REZ Preview 2 - Orchestral Tubular Bells
    timprebble
    01:50
    0

    New 24bit 192kHz HISSandaROAR sound library: SD042 PIPE REZ https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd042-pipe-rez

  • PIPE REZ Preview 3 - Tuned Aluminium Pipes
    timprebble
    01:22
    0

    New 24bit 192kHz HISSandaROAR sound library: SD042 PIPE REZ https://hissandaroar.com/v3/soundlibrary/sd042-pipe-rez

  • Art and Spaceflight
    NASA
    55:02
    1,273

    On Episode 129 retired astronaut Nicole Stott, an artist who uses painting to express the feelings and emotions she experienced on station, talks about her spaceflight experience and the importance of art as a form of expression and inspiration.

  • When A Correction May Not Be Helpful
    SciFri
    04:50
    Science
    1,248

    Messages meant to counter misconceptions about the Zika virus may have decreased trust in correct information as well.

  • Conquering the Game, with Tony Gonzalez
    StarTalk Radio
    50:59
    Science
    0

    As we gear up for Super Bowl LIV, Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with NFL legend Tony Gonzalez to explore his football career, quantum mechanics, veganism, success, and much more. Featuring co-hosts Gary O’Reilly and Chuck Nice. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/conquering-the-game-with-tony-gonzalez/ Photo Credit: Vayner Talent.

  • With Butterfly Wings, There’s More Than Meets The Eye
    SciFri
    16:51
    Science
    943

    New research suggests living cells on the butterfly wing help it regulate temperature.

  • Putting Invasive Species On Trial
    SciFri
    17:06
    Science
    1,193

    How can ecologists predict invasions in advance—and make the most of things when they do happen?

  • A Close Call Collision In Near-Earth Orbit
    SciFri
    07:15
    Science
    990

    Plus news about crab heath, graphene, and more in this week’s News Roundup.

  • How To Track And Stop The Spread Of The Coronavirus Outbreak
    SciFri
    17:17
    Science
    1,242

    Nearly 10,000 cases have been confirmed worldwide, as of January 31. Experts consider measures that could be put in place to halt the spread of the pathogen.