The Antarctic Sun Podcast
Hosted by Antarctic Sun editor, Michael Lucibella, this podcast provides perspectives on science and life in the United States Antarctic Program.
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Science360 Radio showcases shows from 100+ radio and podcast series. The stream also includes webcasts, events, in-depth interviews, and documentaries from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and other contributors. (Please note that we do not air every show of every series.)
Hosted by Antarctic Sun editor, Michael Lucibella, this podcast provides perspectives on science and life in the United States Antarctic Program.
This podcast features the latest findings from FEWSION, a collaboration among researchers and citizen scientists to create the first detailed map of the U.S. food, energy and water system.
An upbeat, entertaining look at the latest advances in NSF-funded science and engineering.
This radio series, from NSF and IEEE, tells stories from the frontiers of engineering about innovations that are helping us overcome challenges, launch industries and enjoy happier, healthier lives.
Taking you to the front lines of neuroscience, where researchers are discovering how and why the brain does what it does.
Five outstanding teachers and mentors share stories and ideas about inspiring the next generation
This podcast is the audio version of our weekly video briefing on the latest discoveries you might not hear about anywhere else, all with funding from the National Science Foundation.
From ancient empires to Jurassic jaws, Dig This! is an engaging look at early life on our planet.
This NSF-produced audio documentary transports you northward to follow researchers as they join forces to better understand the rapid changes in the Arctic and the impact those changes will have on the planet.
This NSF-produced audio documentary envisions a future in which scientists will be able to predict how cells, brains, bodies and biomes will react to changing environments.
This podcast is an audio version of the NSF Science Nation video series, which examines the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves.
Hosted by the NSF's Dena Headlee, NSF Science Now is a weekly newscast covering some of the latest in NSF-funded innovation and advances across all areas and disciplines, from astronomy to zoology. This fast paced, news round-up reports many of the week's top stories.
Co-editors of NSF's Science360 News Service, Charlie Heck and Jordan D'Eri, explore and ponder some of the coolest science stories in the news cycle.
A big helping of weather and climate research, with sides of other sciences and engineering research making news
Join us for a more in-depth look at the National Science Foundation and the research that is shaping our future. This exclusive programming includes news conferences, webcasts, and interviews.
This podcast series explores the horizons of work from the perspective of industry partners, two-year college educators, technicians and NSF ATE leaders who are working together to transform technician education.
What's it really like to be an engineer or a scientist? What do they really do all day? You're about to find out! Meet the next generation of engineers and scientists in these profiles of young professionals.
Welcome to Prototype, NSF's Science360 interview program that opens a window into the minds of successful innovators. Through interviews with leading NSF-supported entrepreneurs and researchers, Prototype guests share how they carried their breakthroughs from the laboratory to the marketplace and public sector. Hosted by NSF public affairs officer Josh Chamot, each episode highlights the work of researchers from across the agency's portfolio, with an introduction on the core technology from producer Laurie Howell.
Stories about sustainability, nanotechnology, and life in science brought to you by the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, a chemistry research center funded by the NSF.
Scientists explain NSF/XSEDE discoveries made with supercomputers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.
Launched in 2009 for the International Year of Astronomy, 365 Days of Astronomy expanded to include video and participation in the 2015 International Year of Light.
Tune in for quick reports and commentaries on the world of science. It'll just take a minute!
These are profiles of new and exciting scholarly work.
All in the Mind, presented by Natasha Mitchell, is Radio National's foray into all things mental - a program about the mind, brain, and behavior.
Join us for explorations of history, science, and technology!
This is a weekly off-the-cuff radio show about electronics for engineers, scientists and enthusiasts alike.
You've got questions, and astrophysicist Paul Sutter has the answers in this lighthearted, conversational show.
Science phone-in podcasts answering the science questions you've always wanted to ask...
This weekly podcast explores the mysteries of space and astronomy, making complex topics understandable.
Podcasts featuring research and researchers from North Carolina State University
This show highlights the exciting news about bacteria, archaea, and sometimes even eukaryotic microbes.
This Webby Award-winning podcast tells stories that convey the power of genetic information--past and present.
Big Biology is about scientists around the world who are tackling some of the biggest unanswered questions in biology, from human consciousness and artificial intelligence to new directions in evolutionary theory, where diseases come from, and whether Godzilla could actually exist.
This one-hour radio magazine takes on big questions by interviewing leading researchers and weaving together their stories of discovery in a clever and off-kilter narrative style.
BioScience Talks features in-depth discussions with the authors of cutting-edge research published in the journal BioScience.
BirdNote is a radio series about the intriguing ways of birds.
Hear about the fascinating world of neuroscience directly from the researchers who have dedicated their lives to uncovering the mysteries of the brain.
Dr. Ginger Campbell shares her recent discoveries from the world of neuroscience in a way that people of all backgrounds can enjoy.
Welcome to Brainwaves, a podcast exploring big ideas.
This podcast features interviews with researchers and policy makers about their background and experiences in the computing community, as well as recaps of visioning workshops and other events hosted by the Computing Community Consortium.
Weekly stories about chemicals
Chemistry World's whirlwind tour of the periodic table: a leading scientist or author tells the story behind each element.
The CHI Podcasts are produced by the Cambridge Healthtech Institute and offer in-depth interviews with research and business leaders from many facets of biotechnology.
Research, theory and conversations about curiosity's role in work and life
Podcasting an in-depth look at the latest in science and technology through interviews with guest researchers and our Museum staff.
Join us for discussions about data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and more, but with an eye on the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
This show is about how engineers and scientists are working towards making society more resilient in face of everything nature has to throw at us!
If you like a good, broad mix of science - new science, hard science, pop science, historical science, and very silly science -- then listen to Diffusion.
Direct Current brings you fresh, insightful stories of how we generate and use electricity, what that means for the planet and the cutting-edge science that's driving a global energy revolution.
Researchers from the Wyss Institute at Harvard University discuss motivations and challenges in developing disruptive technologies that are moving from the lab to the marketplace
Distillations exists where science and the humanities overlap. Enjoy a strong narrative, exploring the past and present, and occasionally even speculating a little about the future.
Celebrating all sides of science, from sublime moments of deep thought to the most arcane and bizarre research imaginable.
Hear experts from around the world connecting the dots between the sciences, our everyday lives, and the sustainability of the planet.
Weird and wonderful science! Discussion and dissection of science ideas made digestible for public consumption.
The eLife Podcast: from eLife, the international journal for outstanding research in the life and biomedical sciences.
The podcast demonstrates how engineers are making an impact -- in energy, health, the environment, sports, and more!
This podcast tells the stories of how Oregon State University engineering research is helping to change the world.
Explore technology's spectacular failures and many magnificent success stories.
This podcast highlights how researchers work in partnership with community groups to understand and address environmental health issues."
The mission of EXPLORE Utah Science is to uncover science stories that matter to Utahns
Exploring new ideas, new approaches, new technologies--the edge of change.
Newstalk in Dublin, Ireland, brings you the latest developments from the world of science and technology.
Your source for this week's science news, brought to you by a group of Stanford scientists.
This podcast takes you on a journey through the solar system and beyond with many of the world's top scientists as your guides.
Neuroscientists share stories about their research, careers and lives with Georgia State University grad student Greg Suess
Each episode features an interview with a leading scientist, researcher, or industrialist discussing stimulating work in their field.
We want to change what you picture when you think about water by following water wherever it leads us and reporting on what we find. (Please note that we do not air every show of this series.)
From anthropology to art history, from physics to philosophy - Hold That Thought is your home for audio adventures in research. Join us to explore a world of ideas.
This is the official podcast of the NASA Johnson Space Center, the home of human spaceflight, stationed in Houston, Texas. We bring space right to you!
How On Earth, the KGNU science show, is a half-hour radio magazine featuring short stories about the recent news in science, plus live interviews and special features.
The big dinosaur podcast with news, interviews, and discussions.
Produced by NIA in collaboration with NASA, Innovation Now brings you compelling stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that are shaping the future.
Hosted by Ayanna Howard, chair of Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing, this podcast investigates the impacts of computation on life's big issues, from health care and national security to ethics, education, and more.
The Jodcast is a volunteer podcast about astronomy set up by astronomers based at the University of Manchester's Jodrell Bank and aims to cover astronomy carried out all over the Earth and beyond.
KQED Science brings you award-winning science and environment coverage from the Bay Area and beyond, by the flagship Northern California PBS and NPR affiliate.
Lab Out Loud is a podcast, hosted by two science teachers, that discusses science news and science education by interviewing leading scientists, researchers, science writers, and other important figures in the field.
CU Boulder Lab R.A.T.S. is a three minute podcast brought to you by the office of Strategic Relations and Communications at CU Boulder, featuring short and sweet stories about the high-impact research and science carried out at CU Boulder, from the effects of light at night on children's sleep to the impacts of climate change.
This is a forum for the stories behind science headlines -- the people who do the research, the unexpected ways that science gets done, and how the results make their way into our everyday lives
Welcome cosmic travelers of multiple chromosomal combinations. In our world, science and humor seem to reside in the same part of the cerebral cortex.
Main Street, hosted by Doug Hamilton and with contributor Ashley Thornberg, keeps its finger on the pulse of Prairie Public's broadcast region.
These podcasts from the American Mathematical Society explore the role mathematics plays in modern life.
This podcast engages all audiences with storytelling to communicate the science of our planet's saltwater ecosystems, exploring topics and creatures from the polar regions and other far-off destinations.
Sean Carroll hosts conversations with the world's most interesting thinkers about science, society, philosophy, culture, arts, and ideas.
If you are even a little bit interested in the world around you, these two-minute radio programs are just for you -- and you don't need to know anything about science!
My Ocean takes listeners on an adventure into the minds of some of the world's true ocean champions and dives in to the remarkable ways they are protecting our blue planet.
We look at the latest news from the stars, planets and other heavenly bodies, plus interviews with professional astronomers and the answers to your space science questions.
The latest genetics news and breakthroughs from the DNA world. Join us to take a look inside your genes.
The Naked Scientists are a media-savvy group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge University who use radio, live lectures, and the Internet to strip science down to its bare essentials, and promote it to the general public.
This is a forum to address the big questions, big challenges, and big opportunities of nanotechnology.
This is the latest news from NASA each Friday.
Each show features highlighted content from Nature, including interviews with the people behind the science, and in-depth commentary and analysis from journalists covering science around the world.
Connect with ocean experts and explore topics from corals to coastal science with our audio podcast.
The New York Academy of Sciences is the world's nexus of scientific innovation in the service of humanity. For nearly 200 years the Academy has brought together extraordinary people working at the frontiers of discovery and promoted vital links between science and society.
Marine Biologist turned Ocean Communicator Allison Randolph Albritton brings you the best in ocean science, conservation, education and more through conversations with people creating positive change for the ocean.
Produced by the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary and aired on KWMR community radio, we focus on the latest ocean research, management issues, natural history and stewardship associated with the marine environment, especially in our National Marine Sanctuaries.
This program allows thoughtful people to have their say without pesky interviewers interrupting, or someone of opposite views turning the exercise into a joust.
From the European Transonic Wind Tunnel to the imagination of NASA test pilots, this podcast from Stuttgart, Germany will take you places!
On Point is a live, call-in news and culture show produced out of WBUR in Boston and syndicated to 260+ stations across the nation. The host is Tom Ashbrook. (Please note that we do not air most shows in this series.)
Orbital Path with Michelle Thaller takes a look at the big questions of the cosmos and what the answers can reveal about life here on Earth.
Oxford Sparks is a portal for engaging with a wealth of exciting science taking place across Oxford University.
Whether you are just starting to learn about the amazing animals that have called this planet home, or you have been fascinated by fossils for a long time, we hope you will join us as we dig into past times.
The Peggy Smedley Show is the most influential IoT (Internet of Things) podcast engaging, educating, and entertaining listeners about creative disruption within emerging technology every Tuesday at 12 p.m. CT.
Ignite your curiosity, inspire your mind, and laugh a little along the way - meet the brilliant researchers behind the latest scientific discoveries.
In this podcast, soundscapes combine interviews, narration, sound effects, and music to make emerging science accessible for lay listeners.
This podcast provides a unique perspective on the quest for knowledge about our solar system and beyond. It also showcases regular features that raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face.
Listen to brief conversations with cutting-edge researchers, Academy members, and policy makers as they discuss topics relevant to today's scientific community.
Hear from scientists and others making bold strides to improve the health of pollinators
The Pulse of the Planet radio series provides its listeners with two-minute sound portraits of Planet Earth, tracking the rhythms of nature, culture, and science worldwide and blending interviews with extraordinary natural sound.
We solve the weirdest, wackiest, funniest and funkiest scientific questions, queries and puzzles.
UC Merced biology graduate students talk with scientists about biological systems, from molecules to ecosystems
Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Bring your curiosity, and we'll feed it with possibility.
This is a behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the world's premiere spaceport.
This podcast is a production by the Science and Technology Policy Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to create a public dialogue about science and science policy.
This podcast conveys understanding of the sea and its myriad life forms to everyone, so that they, too, can fully appreciate this amazing resource.
We dive deep into the human side of research, exploring what it takes to develop cutting edge research, the ups and downs of the research process, and the broader impact of scientific work.
Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology, and other cool stuff.
The AAAS Science Podcast takes you on a tour of some interesting stories in the journal and online.
One of the longest running programs on Australian radio, The Science Show offers discoveries, issues, debates, events, personalities, and more.
Join host Steve Mirsky as he explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists.
Quirky, entertaining, and informative, this Science Update podcast is a 60-second feature covering the latest discoveries in science, technology, and medicine.
Compelling stories behind the award-winning faculty and enterprising undergraduate and graduate students who are advancing what we know of our world and beyond
Enjoy some science sprinkled with life in this podcast series, hosted and produced by Rockefeller University Postdoc Toshiki Nakashige
These are laid-back conversations with scientists about their research and academic path. Join us!
This is a podcast only the Smithsonian can bring you - science, art, history, humanity and where they unexpectedly overlap.
Space Radio is your weekly guide to the universe, featuring the latest news in astronomy, physics, space travel, and discussions on the nature of science and the relationship between science and society.
StarDate explains the science, history, and skylore behind objects in the night sky, and also offers tidbits on astronomy in the arts and popular culture.
Devoted to all things space, this radio show bridges the intersection between pop culture and science with clarity, humor, and passion.
Join Dr. Moira Gunn who interviews space pioneers and cyber-novelists, venture capitalists and genetics researchers, teachers and technophobes.
Third Pod from the Sun is the American Geophysical Union's podcast about the scientists and methods behind the science. These are stories that you won't read in a manuscript or hear in a lecture.
The podcast that explores unseen life on Earth
A podcast about the tiny creatures that live on and in us
A podcast about viruses - the kind that make you sick
This podcast explores the wide variety of research projects at the University of California, Davis and is produced by Andy Fell in UC Davis Strategic Communications.
Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate.
The Uncommon Engineer podcast, hosted by Dean Steve McLaughlin, explores how Georgia Tech engineering makes a difference in our world and in our daily lives.
Professors, students and organizations at Viterbi talk about hot topics in engineering
WKAR is a mid-Michigan news destination and features research news from Michigan State University