Top Science Podcasts

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The Power Hungry Podcast

The Power Hungry podcast spotlights energy, power, innovation, and politics. Author and journalist Robert Bryce talks with top thinkers, writers, and influencers. Read More
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We All Live Downstream: A Clean Water Action Podcast

Welcome to We All Live Downstream: a Clean Water Action Podcast. In each episode, we will be interviewing leading environmental and clean water activists about their work in the field. We’ll dive deep into topics from drinking water and climate change to environmental justice, plastic pollution and toxic chemicals. Read More
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Deeply Human

Why you do what you do! Exploring our loves, our fears, our habits and hopes, Dessa takes a deeply personal look at what lies behind our thoughts and behavior. Can a better understanding of human nature help us be more generous with other people’s weird behavior and even our own?Deeply Human is a BBC World Service and American Public Media coproduction with iHeartMedia. Read More
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GetReal!

A podcast hosted by Dr. Cindy Buckmaster and the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) dedicated to open discussion about animal research: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Cindy explores the deep truths, so we can make compassionate choices for people and animals to shape our medical future together. Read More
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Human with Benjamin Love

Conversations on culture, science, religion, sexuality, mental health and the human experience. Hosted by Benjamin Love.
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The Nature Dilemma

Reporting from Earth's richest and wildest tropical landscapes, The Nature Dilemma takes you to the front line of conservation and the climate change crisis. We ask some of the most accomplished conservationists of our time and those working tirelessly to preserve and restore nature: how can we move forward? How can we rebuild our own connection to nature, ensure that the wild remains wild, and understand why doing so is in our best interest. Powered by Osa Conservation and hosted by Lucy Kleiner. Production by Dr. Andrew Whitworth and Lucy Kleiner. Artwork by Ysemay Dercon and Jack Yuen. Contact us: @osaconservation. Read More
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COVID Weekly: State of the Science

Welcome to COVID Weekly: State of the Science, your weekly dose of COVID-related news, clinical hot topics, and the pivotal science that undergirds - and seeks to overcome - a global pandemic. Read More
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Fire Triangle

In the past two years, about half a dozen chemical disasters have ripped apart Texas neighborhoods, sent dozens of people to the hospital and killed unsuspecting bystanders as well as workers. Texas Public Radio and Houston Public Media spent the better part of 2020 investigating these events. Our team has met with victims whose lives have been changed by chemical disasters. We’ve spoken with community advocates who are fighting back. We’ve examined the frayed patchwork of local, state and federal policies around chemical safety. And we’ve pulled back the curtains to reveal what’s going on behind the scenes with competing federal agencies in the aftermath of these disasters. We want to answer the question: why do so many chemical disasters keep happening in Texas, and what—if anything—is being done to prevent more?Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, NPR One, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Read More
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Inside the Breakthrough – How Science Comes to Life

In Season 2 of the series we will share a new collection of surprising and unusual stories from the history of science. In each episode we will feature two seemingly unrelated stories from the past. Then, Dan Riskin will connect the dots between those stories and offer insight into how that history impacts modern medical research. We are learning from the past so we can understand the present, and inform the future. Along the way we will learn how a professor at Stanford turned mild mannered young men into cruel vicious prison guards, and how the Irish Potato Famine really had nothing to do with potatoes. We will ask questions such as: “Did we learn the wrong lesson from the sinking of the Titanic?” “How many people did Orson Wells actually fool?” and “What exactly is Maple Syrup Urine Disease?” In these ten episodes we will also follow along with SciMar as they take their breakthrough science into the testing phase. Will the things they discovered in a row of test tubes in the lab be repeatable in real people? And will that prove to be the final cure for type 2 diabetes? So, if you are intrigued by science, get excited about the process of discovery, and want to have the best stories at your next dinner party, this is the show for you. We promise a season full of guinea pigs, Corona beer, shipwrecks, and cobras. -- The series is produced by SciMar, a medical research company developing a new way to detect, treat and cure type 2 diabetes. Rather than insulin from the pancreas, they are focused on hepatalin, a hormone that comes from the liver. We will use historical stories to shine a light on where this modern company is headed. Read More
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Bigfoot’s Wilderness Podcast

Let’s talk Bigfoot and listen to some interesting and at times ,downright scary encounter stories. We’ll also talk with researchers in the field a nd interview witnesses as well about this mysterious and legendary creature. Read More
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StocktonAfterClass

Ron Stockton was a professor of political science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn for 48 years. His specialty was non-western politics and political change. He taught classes on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Religion and Politics, the Politics of Revolution, Non-Western politics, and American politics. He also taught in the Honors Program, focusing upon foundational readings from the 18th and 19th centuries. He has an interest in religion and politics and in the role of religio-ethnic groups in the political system. The listener can anticipate talks on Arab-Americans, Jews, African-Americans, the Scots-Irish, and Evangelicals. He has lectured and written on American politics, public opinion, and voting behavior and on the role of religious organizations and ideologies in the political system. There will be occasional discussions of books and films that address serious issues. And he has lectured and published and even taught a class on gravestones, especially those of different ethnic and religious groups such as Muslims, African-Americans, Jews, and Native Americans. The goal of the podcast series is to provide analysis and commentary by a political scientist to explain and make accessible political, historical, and cultural developments in the United States and around the world, and to give the listener analytical tools to understand those developments. It is also to entertain the listener. Read More
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فلسفه علم

در هر اپیزود از این پادکست درباره یکی از مفاهیم "فلسفه علم صحبت میشود و تلاش شده تا با بیان و زبانی ساده لایه های معنایی فلسفه علم بازنمایی شود.در این مسیر امیر حسن موسوی دانش آموخته فلسفه علم با پژمان نوروزی همکلام شده و با کارگردانی سیاوش صفاریان‌پور به بیان سرفصلهایی مهم از فلسفه علم می‌پردازند. این پادکست کاری است از بنیاد جایزه چراغ Read More
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The Divorce Doctor

Divorce can be so isolating. Your friends and family might not understand what you are going through. But, you are not alone and divorce is NOT a failure. On this podcast I speak to real people who have gone through divorce and thrived through it. We talk about the struggles and the successes. We explore how the pain of divorce brought my guests realizations about themselves and their situation they never would have had without this experience. I can’t tell you how many clients have shared that being reminded they are not alone allowed them to get up in the morning and keep on keeping on. With my 15 years of experience as a clinical psychologist working with people going through divorce I know the ins and outs of divorce. I am thrilled you are here and are ready to get the support you so deeply deserve. Read More
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جنائيات

جنائيات برنامج علمي من انتاج المجموعة العلمية لعلوم الأدلة الجناية نقدم فيه قضايا جنائية ممزوجة بالعلوم الجنائية وكيف تسهم العلوم في الكشف عن الجاني. Read More
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Decolonizing Science

Decolonizing Science is a grassroots organization and podcast run entirely by a black scientist currently obtaining their PhD in the field of biological sciences. The goal is to bridge the gap between activism and science by educating underprivileged communities and everyday people. The topics Decolonizing Science seeks to shed light on are environmental racism, health disparities and discrimination in the medical and research fields. We need to deconstruct colonial ideologies that have dictated and defined our understanding of science and medicine. Read More
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That UFO Podcast

Bringing you up to date news, interviews and guests from around the world of UFOs, UAP & connected phenomena
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Flora Funga Podcast

Spreading knowledge by bridging the gap between humans, flora, and funga. Come listen to fun facts about plants and fungi and why so many of them are underrated. Everything is connected above and below ground. I want to share my knowledge, questions and grow together as we go. For more information please feel free to contact me at www.florafungapodcast.com OR email me at floraandfungapodcast@gmail.com Read More
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The Next American Built Environment

The NABE is a show about architecture, urban planning and transportation. thenabe@protonmail.com
The NABE is a show about architecture, urban planning and transportation. thenab Read More
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Faunacation

Welcome to Faunacation! The podcast dedicated to airing out Mother Nature’s dirty laundry! Hosted by Jack Glennon. New episodes every hump day! Read More
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63 Degrees North

We bring you surprising stories of science, history and innovation from 63 Degrees North, the home of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Listen as we explore the mysteries of the polar night, the history of Viking raiders, and how geologists and engineers are working to save the planet, one carbon dioxide molecule at a time — and more. Take a journey to Europe's outer edge for fascinating tales and remarkable discoveries.

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Out of the Voicebox

Out of the Voicebox, hosted by Sara Charney and Nathaniel Sundholm, is a podcast dedicated to highlighting experts in fields related to laryngeal function. While otolaryngologists and speech-language pathologists (SLPs) will be frequent guests, we will also be featuring allied professions like professional singers, respiratory therapy, interventional pulmonology, exercise physiology, vocal coaches - the sky is the limit! These light-hearted, fast-paced, information-heavy conversations promise to be interesting, educational, and never boring. Read More
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The Language Neuroscience Podcast

A podcast about the scientific study of language and the brain. Neuroscientist Stephen Wilson talks with leading and up-and-coming researchers about their work and ideas. This podcast is geared to an audience of scientists who are working in the field of language neuroscience, from students to postdocs to faculty. Read More
A podcast about the scientific study of language and the brain. Neuroscientist S Read More
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Channel Your Enthusiasm

A chapter by chapter recap of Burton Rose’s classic, The Clinical Physiology of Acid Base and Electrolyte Disorders

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Heterodox Out Loud

Heterodox Out Loud is an ongoing series of the best of Heterodox Academy's blog in audio format. Listen to insightful, thought-provoking pieces authored by the HxA community by adding the Heterodox Out Loud podcast to your lineup. Read More
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Rewildology

Conservation, sustainability, wild travel stories. Host Brooke Mitchell-Norman, conservation biologist and adventure traveler, chats with friends and experts to discuss nature’s biggest questions: How do we save the planet? How can we protect endangered wildlife? Where are the best places to experience nature? What country has the best coffee? Pour yourself a glass of something tasty (coffee, tea, wine, whiskey?) and join the conversation. Together, we'll rewild the planet. Read More
Conservation, sustainability, wild travel stories. Host Brooke Mitchell-Norman, Read More