research podcasts

Exploring the worlds of TRAPPIST-1

In Physics World's latest podcast we investigate what we know so far about the recently discovered Earth-like planets...

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Episode 4 - Follow the Lead Practitioner with Charlotte Harvey

After a longer than expected break brought about by a loss of voice issue and then Christmas (Happy New Year!), this...

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Episode 3 - Action (Research) speaks louder than words with Sarah Donarski

This week sees me talking to Sarah Donarski, teacher of English and in charge of ITT training at Wellington College....

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054 - Reversing Complex Problems for Global Security

Why are all of our biggest global problems caused by reductionist thinking habits? How does the environment and...

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Episode 89 - Live from Psychedelic Science '17

Recorded live from Psychedelic Science '17! This is a dual podcast swap with The MAPS Podcast and features Shane...

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Bees and their magnetic superpower

In Physics World's latest podcast we find out how bees use internal compasses to find their way.

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055 - Episode Preview with Yaneer Bar-Yam

In this episode preview, we share a clip from our interview with founder of the New England Complex Systems...

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055 - Unintended Consequences with Complexity Scientist Yaneer Bar-Yam

Haley interviews professor, Complexity Scientist, and founding president of the New England Complex Systems Institute...

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056 - The Science of How Nature Affects Our Brain

Does living in cities rather than rural settings differentially activate our amygdala? In this episode, Haley...

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Conker's Corner speaking with Darren Hazelwood

Welcome to the 47th SHARE TALK’s CONKERS’ CORNER recorded on 23rd May 2017. In this interview, I have the pleasure of...

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Conker's Corner speaking with Steve Tunstall

Welcome to the 48th SHARE TALK’s CONKERS’ CORNER recorded on 11th June 2017. In this interview, I have the pleasure...

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Science Writer Mary Roach on the Curious Science of Humans at War

Science writer Mary Roach talks about her new book GRUNT: THE CURIOUS SCIENCE OF HUMANS AT WAR which explores the...

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Snopes Founder David Mikkelson on Fighting Fake News

Snopes founder and CEO David Mikkelson talks about combatting fake news and why he's asking fans of the popular fact...

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'Light' Part 3 - How does sunlight damage DNA?

Once we've received our genetic make-up from our parents our genomes are stable, right? What causes mutations in our...

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Exploring Sicilian Epigraphy

Sicilian schools study and research epigraphy in their museums.

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Splashing, sloshing and stealth – offshore hydrodynamics writ large

Professor Paul Taylor, University of Oxford gives a short talk as part of the 41st Maurice Lubbock lecture series in...

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Episode 103 - Dr. Neal Goldsmith

Dr. Neal Goldsmith beams into the kitchen table via the wonders of cyberspace to discuss his exhaustively evolved...

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Episode #29 - Set Your Business' Position to Avoid Being a Generalist with Sean Campbell

In this episode, I talk to Sean Campbell; the co-founder of Cascade Insights in the B2B market that specialises in...

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Episode 12 - Lift Bridge

Come have a beer with us as we sample the fine beers of Lift Bridge out of Stillwater, MN.  Found out our favorite of...

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067 - The Path to Economic Growth According to Complexity Science

In this episode, Angie interview's complexity scientist, professor, and founding president of the New England Complex...

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