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  • New Virus Paralyzes Chinese Cities
    SciFri
    17:07
    Science
    853

    Officials in China have quarantined two large cities, where some 20 million people live, over fears of a novel virus outbreak.

  • Drug Researchers Refuse To Follow The Law. The Government Is Not Stopping Them.
    SciFri
    17:20
    Science
    854

    Almost a third of registered drug studies are not reporting data to the government.

  • Space Radiation
    NASA
    46:38
    Science
    934

    On Episode 128 Jason Weeks and Steve Platts discuss the ways NASA is collecting radiation data to better understand the risks and possible mitigation strategies for humans traveling through deep space. This is the last in a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program.

  • A Drop To Drink
    SciFri
    16:45
    Science
    763

    Millions of people rely on the Great Lakes for clean drinking water. What happens when water access is threatened?

  • Coaxing Nerves To Repair Breaks
    SciFri
    07:17
    Science
    729

    Plus the evolution of culture, the mental effects of smartphones, and the sound of an ancient vocal tract.

  • 3D-printed vocal tract reproduces sound of ancient mummy
    Nature Research
    00:00
    Science
    823

    The sound produced by the vocal tract of a 3,000 year-old Egyptian mummy has been synthesized using CT scans, 3D printing and an electronic larynx. The findings are presented in a study published in Scientific Reports. Read the paper here: https://go.nature.com/2TUueZ4

  • Cosmic Queries – Navigating the Cosmos
    StarTalk Radio
    55:16
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Harrison Greenbaum answer fan-submitted Cosmic Queries that explore the techniques, inventions, and ideas for navigating the cosmos including celestial maps, GPS, the North Star, 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-navigating-the-cosmos/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Stella Burkey, Derek Pavan, Travis Dunn, Michael Jonsson, Chad Hunt.

  • Cannot See The River For The Trees
    SciFri
    04:34
    Science
    719

    Increased forestation can lead to dramatic declines in river water flow.

  • Meet A Fierce Winged Dinosaur
    SciFri
    12:03
    Science
    1,042

    The house cat-sized dino had well-developed wings, but not necessarily for flying.

  • SciFri Extra: Revisiting Unique Science Stories of 2019
    SciFri
    33:20
    Science
    744

    2020 has just begun, but we’re still celebrating all the amazing work done by science journalists in 2019. Thanks to them, we’ve been informed on stories like the new illnesses linked to vaping, the first image of a black hole, and the increase in youth-led climate change protests. At our year in review event at Caveat in NYC on December 18, 2019, three science storytellers—Arielle Duhaime-Ross, Sarah Zhang, and Ariel Zych—took the stage with a notable story they reported in 2019, including the untold and surprising facts that may not have made it to their final draft.

  • Better Coffee Through Chemistry
    SciFri
    16:33
    Science
    924

    How understanding water flow, particle size distribution, and water chemistry can help you brew the perfect cup of coffee.

  • Eye-tracking during simulation-based neonatal airway management
    Nature Research
    11:11
    Science
    400

    Medical Simulation is a powerful model for pediatric education. This type of experiential training is used to teach various skills including stressful medical tasks like resuscitation, without putting patients at risk. In order to better understand the behaviour of healthcare providers during these situations, researchers have started to use eye-tracking technology. In this episode, we meet Early Career Investigator, Michael Wagner from the Medical University of Vienna, who during a fellowship at the Yale University, carried out a simulation-based study using eye-tracking glasses to explore the gaze behaviour and subjective experience of care-givers during a neonatal resuscitation to assess the usability of this technology for training. Related article: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41390-019-0571-9

  • Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Megatrends for Engineering Systems
    NASA
    35:19
    Science
    598

    Anna McGowan, NASA’s Senior Engineer for Complex Systems Design, discusses engineering trends and the impact of rapid technology changes.​

  • Cosmic Queries – The Deep Part II
    StarTalk Radio
    41:35
    Science
    0

    Time to get even deeper! Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice answer fan-submitted questions on the multiverse, the Big Bang, time travel, dark matter, sunlight, and more in Part II of Cosmic Queries – The Deep. 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-the-deep-part-ii/ Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Ryan MacNeil, Mark Medina, Dan Wuduku Mayn Kennedy, Keelia Silvis, Shane A McDaniel. Image Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/Caltech/P.Ogle et al; Optical: NASA/STScI; IR: NASA/JPL-Caltech; Radio: NSF/NRAO/VLA.

  • 397 - 1001 Pattes
    Podcast Science
    01:02:11
    Science
    6,106

    Soutenez nous sur https://Patreon.com/PodcastScience //
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    Les épisodes de PS peuvent être envoûtants comme les 1001 nuits. Surtout lorsque c’est Taupo qui vient nous conter des histoires qui ne sont absolument pas des fables mais bien des histoires captivantes d’animaux fascinants. Ainsi nous écoutons avec délectation le récit des mille et une petites pattes chez nos amis les insectes.

  • Making It Work in Space
    NASA
    53:30
    Science
    1,223

    On Episode 127 Dr. Brandon Vessey and Cherie Oubre discuss how they integrate and manage all the human research work in areas such as human performance, health, and radiation for research on the International Space Station, on Earth, and for future space exploration. This is part five of a six part series on NASA’s Human Research Program. This episode was recorded on November 18, 2019.

  • Cosmic Queries – ALIENS! with Jake Roper
    StarTalk Radio
    50:07
    Science
    0

    Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Chuck Nice explore aliens in film with YouTuber Jake Roper including E.T., Men in Black, The Blob, The Thing, War of the Worlds, WALL-E, Contact, Arrival, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and more. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free. Thanks to this week’s Patrons for supporting us: Matthew Iskander, Cody Stanley, David Adair Wolford Jr, Kim Shoemaker, Dawn Jordan. Photo Credit: 20th Century Fox.

  • Cheating in Sports
    StarTalk Radio
    58:31
    Sports
    0

    Lance Armstrong, the New England Patriots, steroids in baseball – Neil deGrasse Tyson investigates cheating in sports alongside co-hosts Chuck Nice and Gary O’Reilly, Dr. Lee Igel from the Tisch Institute of Global Sport, and behavioral scientist Lisa Shu. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons and All-Access subscribers can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://www.startalkradio.net/show/cheating-in-sports/ Photo Credit: StarTal

  • Bird Love Letters, Planetary Potatoes, And The Science Comics Of Rosemary Mosco
    SciFri
    10:35
    Science
    1,169

    Nature cartoonist Rosemary Mosco dreams up scenes from the funny side of science.

  • Why Native Fish Matter
    SciFri
    14:08
    Science
    955

    How restoring native fish species can help Great Lakes ecosystems weather the next invasion.

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