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Best DNA podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best DNA podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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DNA science. Artificial intelligence. Smartphones and 3D printers. Science and technology have transformed the world we live in. But how did we get here? It wasn’t by accident. Well, sometimes it was. It was also the result of hard work, teamwork, and competition. And incredibly surprising moments. Hosted by bestselling author Steven Johnson (“How We Got To Now”), American Innovations uses immersive scenes to tell the stories of the scientists, engineers, and ordinary people behind the great ...
 
Technology startup Wade & Wendy is proud to present its weekly podcast: Recruitment DNA Chat. Every Thursday, join host Max Notis as he speaks with thought leaders to discuss all things HR Tech in fun and digestable segments. During the interviews, Max's guests offer insights on the future of artificial intelligence in human resources.
 
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"!
 
Our connection to the outdoors runs deep in our DNA, but our relationship to the natural world can be complicated. From the unintended human costs of clean energy, to the murky ethics of high-risk rescue missions, to our seemingly eternal conflict with invasive species, we dive head first into those complexities with stories, in-depth reporting, and a touch of nerdiness. You don’t have to be a conservation biologist, a whitewater kayaker, or an obsessive composter to love Outside/In. It’s a ...
 
Tommy Zeigler has been on death row for 42 years and for more than half that time, he’s been trying to convince the state of Florida to allow for DNA tests that might help exonerate him. But the state continually refuses. About 20 other men are in a similar situation, imprisoned in Florida since the 1970s or ’80s and arguing that it’s inherently unfair to deny them access to 21st century science. Leonora LaPeter Anton, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for the Tampa Bay Times, and photograph ...
 
Retired Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes and Investigative Journalist Billy Jensen dig deep into unsolved murders, unidentified remains and missing persons cases. Each week listeners ride shotgun as Holes and Jensen attempt to solve the crime using a variety of methods, from old-fashioned detective work to advanced technologies including familial DNA searches, social media geotargeting, and maybe most important—the skills of their listeners who send in tips and theories, becoming active mem ...
 
Crime Redefined drills deep into forensics and criminal investigation from the viewpoint of the defense and explores the intersection of the media and the justice system. Hosted by a DNA expert/criminal justice insider and an entertainment veteran/executive producer. A Zero Cliff Media production. Disclaimer-this podcast is for entertainment and educational purposes only.
 
Spit is an iHeartRadio podcast with 23andMe where host Baratunde Thurston sits down with the most interesting cultural influencers of our time to explore how DNA testing gives us a new perspective on who we are and how we are all connected. Join us for an intimate conversation and the unscripted thoughts and opinions of award-winning recording artists John Legend, Melissa Etheridge, Wyclef Jean and Pete Wentz as we talk science vs stories, nature vs nurture, family, race and a whole lot more ...
 
A dental podcast for the AVERAGE dentist. No question is too controversial for Joshua Austin DDS and Lance Timmerman DMD. Questions are NOT "best bonding agent" or "best impression material." You know, like "can I harm my assistant for being annoying?", or "how much oral sex is too much after gum grafts?" or even, "Will my DNA be altered by getting a bone graft from cadaver bone?" The information that ALL dentists need. Where we coined the term "Bukkake Honor Circle"
 
KCRW’s DnA: Design and Architecture explores who and what matters in our designed world – on air, online and at public events. Host Frances Anderton talks to designers, users and experts about products, fashion, buildings and more, in Los Angeles and beyond –revealing how we shape today’s world and how it shapes us.
 
The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
Point of Discovery takes you on a journey behind the front lines of science, where you'll meet the brilliant, quirky scientists who make the magic happen. Our stories are driven by curiosity. How much of our DNA do we share with yeast? How do our brains block out noise at a party so that we can focus on just one person speaking? How do you study a terrible disease-causing bacteria that turns mild-mannered in the lab? Come discover the answers with us. Music by: Poddington Bear. Learn more at ...
 
NeverTheLess is dedicated to Organic Leaders and Leaderprenuers. Every one of us is put on earth to for a Purpose and to have a powerful life, we all must take the time to discover our Purpose to be able to live Powerful lives. Bidemi Mark-Mordi uses this podcast to help others discover Purpose so they can live Powerful lives.
 
RTI International’s Center for Forensic Science presents Just Science, a podcast for forensic science professionals and anyone with an interest in learning more about how real crime laboratories are working to do their job better, produce more accurate results, become more efficient, and solve more crimes. This podcast deals with a range of issues, including leadership in the crime lab, new technologies, sexual assault response, and broader challenges for science and public security. We cove ...
 
Katie Couric has questions. And on her new show, Next Question with Katie Couric, she’s determined to find answers—with a little help from the most captivating personalities in news, politics, and pop culture. For example: How did watching people play video games become a billion-dollar industry? Could CBD possibly be the key to overcoming pain and addiction? Does social media spur online radicalization? And what happens when at-home DNA tests reveal devastating family secrets? Join the awar ...
 
How is genetic information stored in cells, and how is the information accessed and used? On this album, Dr Norman Cohen of The Open University uses models and graphics to provide easily understood explanations of how genetic information is stored in DNA, how DNA is replicated, and how genetic information from DNA is used to create new protein molecules. The album draws on material originally created to support The Open University course Exploring science.
 
This ES Monthly News Article reflects the Guardian Perspective of the Ascension Timeline (2012 Timeline) as support, both energetically and educationally, for the Galactic Families of Starseeds and the Indigo Races. This Spiritual Family has accepted the Guardianship role to support the foundation of Cosmic Citizenship as an evolutionary model for this planet and humanity, and this is a level of earth based advocacy designed for this specific group. There is absolutely no value difference gi ...
 
From prisons to protests, immigration to the environment, Peabody Award-winning Reveal goes deep into the pressing issues of our times. The Atlantic says “the experience of each episode is akin to a spoonful of sugar, even when it’s telling a story about Richard Spencer’s cotton farms or a man’s final days as a heroin addict.” Reveal is a project of The Center for Investigative Reporting and is co-produced with PRX. The show is hosted by Al Letson and partners with reporters and newsrooms ar ...
 
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This week, we talk about how the recruiting business is grappling with the fallout from the coronavirus: adjusting individual and team quotas to work with this turbulent market, dealing with massive layoffs, and a rapidly changing talent pool. Max speaks with top NYC recruiter Jessica Greenfeld from Connections of New York, to see how she’s been de…
 
The author of the best-selling Your Inner Fish gives us a lively and accessible account of the great transformations in the history of life on Earth — a new view of the evolution of human and animal life that explains how the incredible diversity of life on our planet came to be. Over billions of years, ancient fish evolved to walk on land, reptile…
 
Looking back at the past 10 years, Alex and Dustin talk about what movies made a splash. Some years were busier then other but it's been an amazing set of years.Introduction- Dustin: Got a job!- Alex: Social DistancingTL:DL- Everything is cancelled or postponedQuestions from Twitter- What to do while you are stuck at home?RnA- What to watch when so…
 
Zaki Sabet joins the show to discuss issues in the diagnostic process of hematologic cancers. Zaki has been with Precipio since co-founding the company in 2011 and currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer. He holds over 15 years of experience in laboratory management spanning all fields of reference laboratory operations primarily focusing o…
 
Learn about how certain fonts can send political messages; why the “first instinct fallacy” says you shouldn’t always go with your first instinct; and why DNA and RNA are just two of millions of possible genetic molecules. Fonts can send political messages by Kelsey Donk Fonts in campaign communications have liberal or conservative leanings. (2020)…
 
For women of colour, planting is becoming a popular way to establish ownership and celebrate cultural heritage. Aimée Grant Cumberbatch, founder of Grown, a gardening club for women of colour, and Flo Headlam, professional gardener and BBC Two’s Gardeners’ World’s first black presenter discuss.Ten organisations across the UK including Rape Crisis a…
 
Sleep paralysis... What is it? In this episode of The TruthSeekah Podcast TruthSeekah is joined by Sheila Pryce as they discuss Sleep Paralysis and the guardian spirits of the astral realm. I really enjoyed talking to Sheila Pryce, it seems that our studies have led us to similar conclusions on the subject on sleep paralysis and night terrors. Her …
 
Keeping up fitness when you're isolated at home. Jenni talks to fitness instructor Rosemary Mallace of Over Fifty Fitness and Professor Janet Lord, an expert in muscle health and immunity from the University of Birmingham, about why keeping moving is particularly important as you get older and what you can do to exercise at home.Earlier this week t…
 
In episode two of the 2020 R&D Season, Just Science interviews Dr. Heather Garvin, Associate Professor of Anatomy at Des Moines University, about her work with OSTEOID, an online resource for species identification of skeletal remains. Approximately 30-40% of cases involving skeletal remains received by forensic anthropologists end up being animal …
 
Dr. Julia Schaletzky explains why the U.S. is having a hard time testing everyone for the coronavirus. Plus: learn about how ketamine can help with depression and anxiety; and how an anonymous Anime fan on 4chan helped solve a 25-year-old math puzzle. Additional resources from Dr. Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of the Henry Wheeler Center for…
 
Thank you so much to this week's sponsor, the Coronavirus Daily Briefing Podcast. They provide all the facts you need to know in one concise show. Thank you to Robin Warder of the Trail Went Cold Podcast for making time to join me this week. You can follow him on Twitter @robin_warder. We discuss the wild case of Tommy Ziegler. A man sitting on dea…
 
Time for something NEW! Those that have asked that we STOP answering stupid questions with stupid answers will FINALLY get your wish! By request, Lance has created a playlist of songs from his phone that relate to or make him think of the novel coronavirus, Covid-19. This is a messed up list. Seriously. So, tell us what you think!…
 
Daily life has changed for many of us due to the coronavirus pandemic. During this unusual time, when it’s harder to connect physically with important people in our lives, it can be helpful to step back and spend a little time thinking about the things that still bind us together, like the wonder of the natural world and the hope that scientists of…
 
Dr Jenny Harries, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England has become a familiar face and reassuring voice at the regular press conferences from Number 10 over the last couple of weeks. Today she joins Jenni to talk about the latest advice and information about the coronavirus pandemic and answers questions posed by our listeners. We've been he…
 
Saying no to dating is part of a growing ultraconservative social movement in Indonesia being spread through Instagram and WhatsApp. “When I look at couples, I see my old self, how I used to be affectionate in public, holding hands, hugging,” says 23-year-old Yati, “and now I think that’s disgusting.” When Yati broke up with her ex, she didn’t just…
 
On this episode of Next Question with Katie Couric, Katie continues her special coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. First, Katie looks to New York City — now the national epicenter of this crisis — where the rate of positive COVID-19 cases is doubling ever three days. Which means the peak of coronavirus infections will be much higher and hit New …
 
35 years ago this month, a small team of scientists at the University of Leicester published a paper that changed the world. We take a look at the story of genetic fingerprinting, and some of the very first ways that this game-changing technique was put to work. Full show notes, transcript, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.co…
 
As the first in a series on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, Steven Johnson speaks with Dr. Bruce Gellin, president of Global Immunization at the Sabin Vaccine Institute in Washington D.C.. Dr. Gellin is also a former director of the National Vaccine Program at the Department of Health and Human Services, and led the creation of HHS’s first pandemic…
 
Learn about how we make vaccines to fight viruses like the coronavirus, with help from Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases at UC Berkeley. You’ll also learn about the weird history behind why we call steak “beef” and not “cow.” Additional resources from Dr. Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director of t…
 
More money has been made available across the UK to help rough sleepers during the Covid-19 pandemic. But is enough being done to help the thousands of women and children who are in temporary accommodation? What’s being done to protect the thousands of “hidden homeless” who find themselves in B&B’s. Jenni speaks to Tina who is “sofa-surfing” with h…
 
Learn about new research into how social anxiety works in the brain; how scientists developed the first synthetic self-replicating genome; and the adorable sounds penguins make underwater. It's harder for people with social anxiety to remember encounters that ended positively by Kelsey Donk Dolan, E. W. (2020, February 13). Social anxiety is linked…
 
Margaret McCartney on COVID-19 and how the military has been deployed to get protective equipment supplies to critical care staff. Dean of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Dr Alison Pittard tells of the difficult ethical decisions staff are facing. And Professor Carl Heneghan - suffering from COVID-19 symptoms himself - explains the importan…
 
It’s the beginning of spring, and in more recent years, gardening is being seen as a therapeutic form of self-care. But for women of colour, planting is becoming a popular way to establish ownership and celebrate cultural heritage. Aimée Grant Cumberbatch is the founder of Grown, a gardening club for women of colour. Flo Headlam has been gardening …
 
For Joe Exotic, life was a zoo. On sixteen acres of dry Oklahoma prairie, Joe, whose last name is clearly not exotic, but that is what he calls himself, scratched out a living as a roadside wildlife attraction. Housing baboons, gators, and big cats. But he liked sideshow theatre in his personal life too. He was a gun toting, spurs wearing, tiger br…
 
Joe Exotic devoted his life to raising and breeding lions, tigers, and other exotic animals at his Oklahoma zoo. He croons ballads, shoots guns, and puts it all on YouTube. But he’s also made a lot of enemies. And the biggest of all is the owner of a big cat sanctuary in Florida named Carole Baskin. The feud between Joe Exotic and Carole gets messy…
 
Learn about a medical mystery involving blindness and schizophrenia; a new bacteria scientists developed to help protect honeybees; and the surprising strength of helmets used in World War I. No person who was born blind has ever been diagnosed with schizophrenia by Andrea Michelson Love, S. (2020, February 11). People Born Blind Are Mysteriously P…
 
After school closures across the UK many parents will be at home trying to support their children do some school work whilst also working from home and 'social distancing' themselves. Are there lessons to be learned from those who already home educate?Ten organisations across the UK including Rape Crisis and Ending Violence Against Women have issue…
 
What happens if someone is murdered during the quarantine? How will the detectives proceed? How will first responders respond to a call where someone is in imminent danger? In this special episode of the Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad, Paul and Billy attempt to answer these questions, and offer resources for domestic violence survivors who migh…
 
Learn about the first animal scientists have ever discovered that doesn’t breathe oxygen; how we might be able to hijack the brain’s immune system to improve memory; and the biggest explosion in the history of the universe. Scientists discover first animal that doesn't breathe oxygen by Cameron Duke Specktor, B. (2020, February 24). Scientists disc…
 
In this episode of The TruthSeekah Podcast TruthSeekah is joined by D.W. Prudence as they discuss Biblical Divination: Casting Lots, Urim and Thummim and Intuition. Many Christians are now starting to look into the kabbalah, tarot and many other divination arts. Are these practices forbidden in the Bible or do some of these ancient spiritual techno…
 
Glenda Jackson tells us about her latest work playing the poet, writer and critic Edith Sitwell and what books she would recommend during a period of isolation.The Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd discusses why women need to be more involved in Covid 19 decision making with Caroline Criado Perez author of Invisible Women and Simone Schnall from Jes…
 
As the new coronavirus spreads, an ER doctor in Seattle explains how he and other front-line physicians are learning to treat patients and keep themselves safe. Plus, more than eight years after the end of the Iraq War, an Iraqi man is suing a U.S. company that ran interrogations at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison. Don’t miss out on the next big st…
 
In this episode of The TruthSeekah Podcast TruthSeekah talks to Drew “Blue Thunder Man” Bankey about his sacred journeys within, plant medicine and ceremonies. During the discussion we also talked about interactions with extraterrestrial and interdimensional beings with experiences with the CE5 Initiative. Drew Bankey is not only an Iraqi Freedom W…
 
Tantrums are an inevitable part of living with a toddler. But with the prospect of weeks or even months of families cooped up together ahead of us, how can parents keep meltdowns (by toddlers and themselves!) to a minimum? Emily Jones is a professor of infant neurodevelopment and autism at the Birkbeck Babylab and she tells Jane what’s happening wh…
 
Learn about how to choose the best music for your workout playlist; why learning more about a new disease like coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) won’t comfort you; and how to clean your phone. For the best workout playlist, go for deep bass and fast tempos by Mae Rice Tunes for training: High-tempo music may make exercise easier and more benefici…
 
Thank you again to this week’s very timely sponsor of Who Killed…?, the CoronaVirus Daily Briefing Podcast from Ride Home Media. Subscribe HERE or wherever you get your favorite podcasts. And as always, thank you the listener, for tuning in to this week's episode. You make this show possible. If you want to help support Who Killed..? you can suppor…
 
In episode one of the 2020 R&D Season, Just Science interviews Dr. Ling Wang, post-doctoral associate at Florida International University, about the detection and quantitation of fentanyl mixtures by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy and Chemometrics. Opioid abuse has grown considerably in the last few years. New fentanyl analogs appear in street…
 
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