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Best Chromosomes podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Chromosomes podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Ever wondered what consumer DNA testing can do for you- beyond telling you your ethnicity? Are you an adoptee- or someone who has an unknown parent or relative? Do you love Genealogy? You're in the right place. Join Julie DIxon Jackson and Renee Colvert as they attempt to guide you through what it takes to use DNA to break down brick walls, solve mysteries- or find your "people"!
 
Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
This Cannabis Podcast is dedicated to bringing you news, info, and fiery opinions with a dab of funny. Enjoy medical marijuana updates. Hemp industry news. CBD oil company reviews and much much more. Stay Tuned, Stay High. HI-TV ___ Shows: *Cannabis News Now *HI-rant *HI-School *HI-Stories IG: @HempInternational Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hi_tv/support
 
A Podcast of trans and non-binary folks exploring media others have deemed Transphobic asking is it? Is it really? Our website https://tinyurl.com/IsItTransphobic Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/IsItTransphobic Support us on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/isittransphobic/support Want to help us with equipment? Go to our Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/QL51W0GYDJ6G?ref_=wl_share Logo design by Phoenix Sweeney tinylionroars.github.io Support this podcast: https ...
 
HDBuzzCast is the official podcast of HDBuzz. HDBuzzCast brings you the hottest news about Huntington's disease research from around the world. Presented by Dr Ed Wild in the UK and Dr Jeff Carroll in the USA, each episode focuses on a research paper, press release, interview or highlights from a scientific conference. No specialist knowledge is required - we explain everything from scratch, and then help you understand what the science really means for families impacted by Huntington's dise ...
 
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Weed side chat for ya head top....today is a sad day. I'll tell you why... Anchor.fm just updated their podcast analytics. THE NUMBERS DONT LOOK GOOD AT ALL. I'm in utter shock, taken a back, and upmostly flabbergasted. I DONT even like breakfast sausage with my eggs. Where are the egg makers? Listen to learn what the hell I'm taking about. Damn sh…
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Professor Bill Earnshaw, Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, to talk about his work on the role of non-histone proteins in chromosome structure and function during mitosis. In the beginning of Bill Earnshaw's research career little was known about the…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about news on Starlink internet, Model S+X getting V3 charging, and the scientific breakthrough in chromosome sequencing! Read more from the articles we referenced: Starlink Terminal Leaked - https://twitter.com/flcnhvy/status/1283140198621224975?s=21 S/X get 250kW charging - https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-model-s-x-250kw-v3…
 
Adam Rutherford celebrates the 20th anniversary of one of the most ambitious and revolutionary scientific endeavours of all time - the Human Genome Project.Its scope and scale was breath-taking, set up to read every one of the 3 billion nucleotides, or letters of genetic information, contained within the DNA in every cell of the human body. It took…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about the Mars mission Perseverance launch, Tesla's announced 20% energy density increase, and Virgin Galactic's interior reveal. Read more from the articles we referenced: 20% Increase in battery capacity - https://electrek.co/2020/07/30/tesla-batteries-energy-density-increase-panasonic/ Hummer details and photos - https://e…
 
Science Editor-in-Chief Holden Thorp joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss his editorial on preventing vaccine hesitancy during the coronavirus pandemic. Even before the current crisis, fear of vaccines had become a global problem, with the World Health Organization naming it as one of the top 10 worldwide health threats in 2019. Now, it seems increas…
 
Brian Greene studies the universe at the largest and smallest scales imaginable. When he was just twelve years old, Brian wandered round Columbia University in New York looking for someone to teach him mathematics, with a letter of recommendation from his school teacher. While his mother wanted him to make money, his father encouraged Brian to purs…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about Elons promises for Neuralink, Tesla's expansion to Texas and beyond, and a slew of recent Mars launches. Read more from the articles we referenced: Vulcan Heavy?!?! - https://twitter.com/Erdayastronaut/status/1286124364920950785?s=20 SpaceX Re-using Dragon Capsule - https://twitter.com/jeff_foust/status/1286312153193029…
 
Contributing Correspondent Dennis Normile talks about a long-term study involving the survivors of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. Seventy-five years after the United States dropped nuclear bombs on the two cities in Japan, survivors are still helping scientists learn about the effects of radiation exposure.Also this week, Sarah talks with Win…
 
Jane Goodall, aged 86, reflects on the years she spent living with the wild chimpanzees in Gombe in eastern Tanzania and tells Jim Al Khalili why she believes the best way to bring about change is to ‘creep into people’s hearts’. Jane shot to fame when she appeared on the cover of National Geographic magazine in 1963 and appeared in a documentary f…
 
Contributing Correspondent Gretchen Vogel talks about what can be learned from schools around the world that have reopened during the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, few systematic studies have been done, but observations of outbreaks in schools in places such as France or Israel do offer a few lessons for countries looking to send children ba…
 
After a long journey, there’s nothing nicer for Katy than climbing into her own bed. It’s often the first major purchase we make when we grow up and leave home.Its significance was not lost on our ancestors. The bed was often the place where societal attitudes to sleep, superstition, sex, and status were played out, sometimes in dramatic form.So wh…
 
Today Ashley is joined by her good friend Jonathan Alexandratos to talk about The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang! We highly reccommend you read this graphic novel ahead of time as we will be diving right into spoiler territory but both Ashley and Jonathan found the piece to be incredibly fun and affirming (While acknowledging that there is a…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about Rocket Lab's failed Electron Launch, The no-longer mysterious green Moon goo, and Lucid's plan to develop a sales and service network in the US. Read more from the articles we referenced: Elon Says FSD is close - https://electrek.co/2020/07/09/tesla-tsla-elon-musk-level-5-autonomy-complete/ Lucid Service Network - https…
 
Contributing correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about the success of a fast moving megatrial for coronavirus treatments. The United Kingdom’s Recovery (Randomized Evaluation of COVID-19 Therapy) trial has enrolled more than 12,000 hospitalized coronavirus patients since early March and has released important recommendation…
 
You may call it the toilet, the loo, the privy, the potty, the can or even the bathroom, but whatever you call it, this everyday object has its roots in Bronze Age Pakistan. It even had a seat!But how did the toilet come to be? Given one third of the world’s population still live without one, how much is our embarrassment around toilet habits to bl…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about Tesla's production numbers, SLS progress, and creepy quantum popcorn Read more from the articles we referenced: Nikola takes Pre-Orders for Electric Pickup- https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a33001530/nikola-badger-deposits-electric-pickup/ Tesla Q2 Deliveries Win - https://ir.tesla.com/news-releases/news-release-detail…
 
First up this week, News Intern Rodrigo Pérez-Ortega talks with host Meagan Cantwell about an oasis of biodiversity in the striking blue pools of Cuatro Ciénegas, a basin in northern Mexico. Researchers have published dozens of papers exploring the unique microorganisms that thrive in this area, while at the same time fighting large agricultural in…
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Dr. Dirk Schübeler, Director of the Friedrich Miescher Institute (FMI) in Basel, Switzerland, to talk about his work on the effects of DNA methylation on chromatin structure and transcription. Dirk Schübeler was born in Germany and started his scientific career in Braunschweig, Germany. …
 
Have you got one of those wine glasses that can hold an entire bottle of wine? Katy Brand does and she’s even used it for wine - albeit because of a sprained ankle, which would have stopped her from hobbling back and forth to the kitchen for refills.But if we skip back a few hundred years, the wine glass was tiny. Footmen brought their masters what…
 
Claudia Hammond and a panel of international experts look at the latest research into Covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus which is sweeping through the world. We look at vaccines to stop the spread of the coronavirus. And as travel opens up in many countries and visiting family and friends is allowed, how do we navigate this new wor…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about NASA's suborbital flights, black hole energy experiments, and Tesla Model S and X possibly getting V3 Charging capability Read more from the articles we referenced: Model S/X V3 Charging? - https://electrek.co/2019/03/18/tesla-model-s-x-charge-rate-reverting/ SN-5 Rolls out - https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/12760583…
 
Kimberly Prather, an atmospheric chemist at the University of California, San Diego, who studies how ocean waves disperse virus-laden aerosols, joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about how she became an outspoken advocate for using masks to prevent coronavirus transmission. A related insight she wrote for Science has been downloaded more than 1 millio…
 
Conventional vaccine testing is a slow, years-long process. As thousands of people continue to die each day from COVID-19, bioethicist Nir Eyal proposes a radical idea that could dramatically accelerate the vaccine development timeline: "human challenge trials," in which scientists would deliberately expose volunteers to the virus to more quickly d…
 
Jessie, Allie and Tyler join Nels and Vincent to describe their work on deep mutational scanning of the SARS-CoV-2 receptor binding domain. Hosts: Nels Elde and Vincent Racaniello Guests: Jesse Bloom, Allie Greaney, and Tyler Starr Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiEVO Links for this episode Bloom Laborator…
 
The fork is essential. Even camping without one is a false economy, in Katy’s experience. Even a spork - with a spoon at one end and a fork at the other, with a knife formed along one prong - just won’t do. You need both - a fork to steady the meat and a knife to cut it with.So how did the fork come to be so indispensable?We didn’t always love the …
 
This episode goes back to the bread and butter of HI-TV Cannabis news. Looks like Corona sped up what should have happened a long time ago goodbye duces & sayonara Beirman. Louisiana is this week's "Reggie of the Week" aka the shittiest seediest weed in an opaque dirty baggie. Question HI-TV do your corner your bowl everytime you light your bud? Or…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about 3 successful treatments by CRISPR, Tesla's Model S increased range and decreased pricing, and possible sea launches for Starship Read more from the articles we referenced: CRIPSR News - https://www.newscientist.com/article/2246020-three-people-with-inherited-diseases-successfully-treated-with-crispr/ Model S 400mi and P…
 
Senior Correspondent Jeffrey Mervis joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about how universities are dealing with the financial crunch brought on by the coronavirus. Jeff discusses how big research universities are balancing their budgets as federal grants continue to flow, but endowments are down and so is the promise of state funding.Read all our coron…
 
At the intersection of precision medicine and vaccinology lies a revolutionary scientific pursuit: personalized vaccines. Infectious disease specialist Ofer Levy introduces this promising medical approach, in which tailored inoculations will enable effective immunization of the most vulnerable among us, including the young and elderly, and shares h…
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Sir Adrian Bird, Buchanan Professor of Genetics at the University of Edinburgh to talk about his work on CpG islands, DNA methylation, and the role of DNA methylation in human diseases. Adrian Bird has been a pioneer in studying the CpG dinucleotide sequence. The CpG dinucleotide is dist…
 
Investigative journalist Katherine Eban set out to report on a seemingly straightforward question: Are generic drugs really identical to their brand-name counterparts? The answer sparked a decade of interviews, meetings with whistleblowers, on-the-ground reporting across four continents and digging into confidential FDA documents. In this alarming …
 
Why does violence break out in some crowds and not in others and what can the police do to reduce the risk of this happening? Professor Clifford Stott tells Jim Al-Khalili about his journey from trouble maker to police advisor and explains why some policing strategies are more successful than others. As a teenager Clifford was often in trouble with…
 
Katy Brand loves a high heel. Once known by friends and family for her ‘shoe fetish’, her dad even gave her a ceramic heel that could hold a wine bottle at a jaunty angle.These days, Katy’s cherished heels from her torture days live in her cupboard. She has traded the pain for the statement trainer. But their art, history and construction still fas…
 
Claudia Hammond and a panel of international experts look at the latest research into Covid-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus which is sweeping through the world. As the disease spreads how is South America handling the pandemic? How are the indigenous people of the Amazon protecting themselves? We also look at the aerodynamics of infec…
 
Joe, Tim, and Ben talk about the status of the Demo-2 mission astronauts, another electric pickup truck, and quantum matter on the ISS Read more from the articles we referenced: 5th State of Matter - https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24632862-300-exotic-fifth-state-of-matter-made-on-the-international-space-station/ Tesla Semi Coming Soon - htt…
 
Staff Writer Kelly Servick joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about the ins and outs of coronavirus contact tracing apps—what they do, how they work, and how to calculate whether they are crushing the curve.Read all our coronavirus coverage.Edward Gregr, a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Resources, Environment, and Sustainability at the Unive…
 
Emma Bunce, Professor of Planetary Plasma Physics at the University of Leicester, was inspired to study the solar system as a child by a TV programme that featured Voyager 2’s flyby of Neptune. She has spent the last 20 years focusing on the magnetic fields around the outer planets, in particular that of Jupiter. The Earth’s magnetic field interact…
 
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