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Best Chemical podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Chemical podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The official podcast featuring legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold delivers a fresh mix in every weekly episode. The Grammy-nominated artist, DJ, producer, composer, and remixer tours the world constantly and acquires exclusive music from all corners of the globe – from trance, minimal, house to progressive. For news, tour schedule, and more info visit pauloakenfold.com.
 
Hi there. Do you like My Chemical Romance? Do you like to laugh at the funny things they do? Are you tired of hearing people gush about how hot [insert member] is? Well then, you've come to the right place. :)**Note: This is a comedy podcast, all jokes are to be humorous & not taken seriously. Have a sense of humor, like the band does.**
 
The audio magazine of WACKER shows the many exciting roles chemistry plays in everyday life. Each instalment will give you interesting insights into how chemistry ensures perfectly functioning products in all areas of life. Whether it is drugs, computers, cleaning agents, clothing or toys - WACKER products play a vital role almost everywhere.More: www.wacker.com/podcast
 
The World's first podcast for the global chemicals industry brought to you by ICIS. That's some of the most seasoned of 100 professional journalists and reporters who cover the industry for ICIS Chemical Business magazine (incorporating European Chemical News and Asian Chemical News) and ICISnews. For more information on these subscription products check out http://www.icis.com
 
Congressional Dish is a twice-monthly podcast that aims to draw attention to where the American people truly have power: Congress. From the perspective of a fed up taxpayer with no allegiance to any political party, Jennifer Briney will fill you in on the must-know information about what our representatives do AFTER the elections and how their actions can and will affect our day to day lives. Hosted by @JenBriney. Links to information sources available at www.congressionaldish.com
 
Published in 1911 as part of the "Harper's Library of Living Thought," this volume presents an introduction to the chemistry of cells in the context of plant physiology and gives an interesting overview of the field of biochemistry and related sciences at the time. The author, Frederick Czapek, was a Czech botanist and professor of Plant Physiology at the University of Prague. He is perhaps best known for his two-volume work on Plant Physiology, "Biochemie der Pflanzen" and for Czapek soluti ...
 
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Senior Editor Melissa Hurley discusses global market dynamics in the Butadiene and downstream SBR markets with Senior Editor Nel Weddle (Europe), Amanda Hay (US), and Helen Yan and Ann Sun (Asia markets). We take a closer look at the wider impact on logistics and production amid the coronavirus or covid-19 outbreak in Asia, along with the impact fr…
 
Hello, hello, and welcome to another patron episode. Our patron, Caitlyn, requested an episode on merch and we are here to deliver. We also go into real nitty-gritty detail about the video that rocked our lives: "A summoning." Join us as we discuss hourglasses, the perils of eBay, and what the hell those numbers on the heart monitor meant. It's all…
 
Author and activist Seth Siegel discusses his latest book, "Troubled Water: What's Wrong with What We Drink," and how utility consolidation may solve the drinking water crisis. Eric Balchunas, Senior ETF Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence, on Vanguard's new private equity fund. Lanhee Chen, Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and former advi…
 
Tareq Haddad was a (recently hired) reporter for Newsweek who was repeatedly rebuffed when trying to cover the emerging story of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) report on Syria. He eventually resigned. Tareq discusses how the US authorities pressured the OPCW to change the report to fit their desired narrative, and h…
 
As part of a special issue on chemicals for tomorrow’s Earth, we’ve got two green chemistry stories. First, host Sarah Crespi talks with contributing correspondent Warren Cornwell about how a company came up with a replacement for the popular can lining material bisphenol A and then recruited knowledgeable critics to test its safety.Sarah is also j…
 
On the day Susan Gordon learned Venetucci Farm, in Colorado, was contaminated by toxins, the vegetables looked just as good as ever, the grass as green, and the cattle, hogs, chickens, and goats as healthy. The beauty of the community farm she and her husband managed made the revelation all the more tragic. Chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalk…
 
Fox Kitten appears to combine three APTs linked to Iran. LokiBot is masquerading as an installer for Epic Games. Unsigned firmware found in multiple devices. Extortionists threaten to flood AdSense banners with bot traffic. China says the Empire of Hackers is in Washington, not Beijing. Iowa Democratic caucus IT post-mortems continue. Japan connect…
 
Phil Orlando, Chief Equity Market Strategist and Head of Client Portfolio Management at Federated Investors, on why markets seem so complacent about the coronavirus. Burt Flickinger, Managing Director at Strategic Resource Group, discusses Walmart stumbling on softer than expected holiday sales and lowered forecast. Annie Massa, Bloomberg investing…
 
The growth of renewables and the fracking revolution has made for a lot of cheap energy in the U.S. and an energy landscape nearly unrecognizable from what it was a decade ago. This week, Switched On speaks with BloombergNEF's head of Americas, Ethan Zindler, about the changes we've seen in U.S. energy over the past decade, who is best positioned i…
 
What if I told you that in Australia, a mouse-like marsupial called antechinus breeds so manically during its three-week mating season that the males bleed internally and go blind, until every male lies dead? And what if I told you that this isn’t the reason the species is facing an existential threat? Reporting today in the journal Frontiers in Ph…
 
Professor Myles Allen has spent thirty years studying global climate change, trying to working out what we can and can't predict. He was one of the first scientists to quantify the extent to which human actions are responsible for global warming. As a lead author on the 3rd Assessment by the International Panel on Climate Change in 2001, he conclud…
 
Nearly 10 months after Vice President Mike Pence directed NASA to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024, the space agency has estimated how much its Artemis Program will cost. NASA says it will need an additional $35 billion over the next four years—on top of its existing budget—to develop a Human Landing System to get down to the Moon's surface fr…
 
Official Weekly Podcast from Paul Oakenfold Playlist: Episode 485 Hour 1: Paul Oakenfold 01 Richard Harrington & Beaton - Elysian (Extended Mix) [Perfecto Black] 02 Danny O - Hard Lines And First Times (Original Mix) [Perfecto] 03 Askani - 1982 (Extended Mix) [Perfecto Black] 04 Galestian - Another Chapter (Extended Mix) [Perfecto Black] 05 Paul Oa…
 
Economist Tim Terrell explains why the common rankings of "health outcomes" are so often biased against the United States, and why big businesses often support certain environmental regulations. Hint: it's not for reasons progressives will like. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: The YouTube video of this interview. Links to the …
 
BGN Technologies, the technology transfer company of Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of the Negev, Israel, is introducing the first all-optical “stealth” encryption technology that will be significantly more secure and private for highly-sensitive cloud computing and data center network transmission. Joining us in this special Research Saturday is BGN'…
 
News of a new riverfront apartment building planned for A St. in South Wilmington has sparked discussion among nearby Southbridge residents about what’s coming to the area— and what it means for them. Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt explores how anticipated development of Wilmington’s “second riverfront” could impact residents of this histor…
 
A seal pup was found stranded on the beach at the Delaware Seashore State Park on the Indian River Inlet last week. In this week's, Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino speaks with Executive Director at the Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute Suzanne Thurman about the seal and how to ensure these protected ocean mamm…
 
The US indicts Huawei for racketeering. The FBI and CISA release details on malware used by North Korea’s Hidden Cobra. Iran attributes last week’s DDoS attack to the US. Google takes down a big malvertising and click-fraud network that exploited Chrome extensions. Reports surface of DNC involvement in IowaReporterApp. Not all official advice is ne…
 
Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments, on whether markets are underestimating risks in the market. Tara Lachapelle, Entertainment, Telecom & Deals Columnist for Bloomberg Opinion, discusses how U.S. states will try to kill harmful mergers if regulators don't. Anurag Rana, Senior Software & IT Analyst for Bloomberg In…
 
We answer a few selected mailbag questions that we got: What do you do when you come across a chemical suicide? Ops level Tech level If I arrive at an MCI with multiple victims down, can I go and get with Bunker and SCBA Ops Tech Thank you to our sponsor: KNR Plaques and Awards Our hazardous materials training manual is finally available on Amazon!…
 
Just before midnight on Sunday, a spacecraft will depart from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a mission to the sun. Known as Solar Orbiter, this spacecraft will spend the next seven years dipping in and out of the extremely inhospitable environment around the sun. In the process, it will provide us with our first glimpse of the sun’s poles, which will …
 
With more than 27,000 students, UWM has grown into a top tier research university. While there are many points of pride within the institution, one area stands apart from the other programs: the Honors College. It’s a community of students and teachers devoted to excellence in learning. Just under 700 students are in the Honors College where the fo…
 
Researchers report phishing campaigns underway in the Palestinian Territories. They appear to be a Hamas-linked effort targeting the rival Fatah organization. FireEye offers a summary of current Iranian cyber capabilities. The GAO warns that the Census Bureau still has some cyber security work to do before this year’s count. Researchers call mobile…
 
On this week’s show, senior correspondent Jeffrey Mervis joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant program that aims to encourage diversity at the level of university faculty with the long-range goal of increasing the diversity of NIH grant recipients.Sarah also talks with Pierre Gagnepain, a cognitive neuro…
 
Harley Finkelstein, Chief Operating Officer at Shopify, on earnings and outlook. Tuna Amobi, Industry Analyst at CFRA Research, discusses downgrading the view on several major casino and cruise line names due to coronavirus exposure. Steve Wagner, global managing director of Decision Analytics for Experian, discusses how businesses are impacted by …
 
Tearing across East Africa right now is a plague of biblical proportions: Hundreds of billions of locusts in swarms the size of major cities are laying waste to the crops in their path. It’s the worst outbreak in 25 years in Ethiopia. In Kenya, make that the worst in seven decades. Fueling the locusts’ destruction is a bounty of vegetation followin…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in for another amazing episode of Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli. This episode we welcome back paradigm mind shifters Matt LaCroix of the Mastermind Discussions Podcast and the Conspiracy Farm's Jeffery Wilson to discuss purposeful diabolical destruction of the knowledge of mankind's true originswww.tinfoilhatpodcast.com…
 
Facebook takes down coordinated inauthenticity from Myanmar, Vietnam, Iran, and Russia. The US says it’s got the goods on Huawei’s backdoors. Notes on Patch Tuesday. The EU backs away from a five-year moratorium on facial recognition software. Switzerland takes a look at Crypto AG. And the Nevada Democratic caucus a week from Saturday will use iPad…
 
Nir Kaissar, Founder of Unison Advisors and Bloomberg Opinion columnist, on why Bernie Sanders would be the best candidate for the U.S. stock market. Paul Brain, Head of Fixed Income for Newton Investment Management Ltd., discusses all things fixed income: global bonds, monetary policy, central banks, and green bonds. Noah Feldman, Harvard Law Prof…
 
Summarizing insights from Mises, Hume, and La Boetie, Bob argues that even the worst tyrants ultimately stay in power because other people obey them. If the people withdraw their support from a regime, it will fall. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Gene Sharp's book, From Dictatorship to Democracy. #CommissionsEarned (As an Ama…
 
Everybody loves bubbles, regardless of age—the bigger the better. But to blow really big, world-record-scale bubbles requires a very precise bubble mixture. Physicists have determined that a key ingredient is mixing in polymers of varying strand lengths, according to a new paper in Physical Review Fluids. That produces a soap film able to stretch s…
 
By all accounts, electric vehicles are the future. Right now, EV’s comprise a small percentage of the automotive marketplace. A new study from the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor shows the electric vehicles owners are paying far more in taxes and fees and that can serve as a disincentive to purchase. The center’s Charles Griffith joined WEMU’s David Fa…
 
Pyongyang establishes a template for pariah states trying to profit in cyberspace. The FBI warns that there’s a RAT in the ICS software supply chain. The US has a new counterintelligence strategy, and cyber figures in it prominently. Likud’s exposure of Israeli voter data may benefit opposition intelligence services. Notes on the Equifax breach ind…
 
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