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Best February Issue podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best February Issue podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Crooked Minis takes a step back from the chaotic breaking news to offer a new series every month that explores an issue or event that reflects cultural, political, or societal changes in America and need more than a 10-minute conversation and a split-second news cycle to unpack.
 
RESPIRATORY CARE is the official science journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care. The podcast summarizes the papers published in each month's issue. The Journal is indexed in PubMed and included in ISI's Web of Science. Our 2017 Impact Factor is 2.073 and our 5-year Impact Factor is 2.272. Editor in Chief Rich Branson MSc RRT FAARC.
 
Teen Wealth inspires teens through sharing of stories and ideas, while tackling the tough subjects that our teens are confronted with. Each week we focus on different themes such as Eating Disorders, Mental Health, Entrepreneurship, Physical Health, Bullying, Self Esteem, LGBT, Money, Sex and Parenting. Within each theme, our different hosts share stories, tips and advice from their own personal experiences and we also invite parents, teachers and teens to share their own stories. Each week ...
 
With every issue of the number-one medical journal in the field of plastic surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, the Editor-in-Chief and our annually-appointed Resident Ambassadors to the Editorial Board select three “Journal Club” articles. In the #PRSJournalClub podcast, the Resident Ambassadors and a special guest expert discuss the three Journal Club picks in the context of all relevant background material and with special emphasis on the new studies’ effects on current practice a ...
 
This is the second issue of the classic science fiction Astounding Magazine. It contains the finale of The Beetle Horde by Victor Rousseau, as well as stories by Harl Vincent, Charles Willard Diffin, Hugh B. Cave, Sophie Wenzel Ellis, Sterner St. Paul, Anthony Pelcher and Captain S. P. Meek. (Summary by Alan Winterrowd )
 
Crypto-Gram is a free monthly e-mail newsletter from security expert Bruce Schneier, with over 100,000 readers. Each issue is filled with interesting commentary, pointed critique, and serious debate about security. As head curmudgeon at the table, Schneier explains, debunks, and draws lessons from security stories that make the news. This is the audio version of the Crypto-Gram Newsletter, and is read by Dan Henage.
 
Arthur Chamberlain has problems. His one-man engineering firm is faltering and his pretty secretary Estelle barely notices him. But these problems are put aside when his Manhattan office building falls into the fourth dimension. Madison Square is filled with wigwams and it’s up to Arthur to engineer a way to make his building to fall back to the future. – The Runaway Skyscraper first appeared in the February 22, 1919 issue of Argosy magazine. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)
 
Hosts Rob Conlon and J. Dewey, two friends from New York's Hudson Valley, have a mutual love and appreciation for Better Homes & Gardens magazine. In this podcast, they pour drinks and spill the tea about what they really think about the latest issue. It's queer eye for the home decor magazine. If you’re a fan of witty banter about interior design magazines, LGBTQ issues, gardening, baking, parenting and home decor ...you may want to listen to something else. But if you’re the type who flips ...
 
A collection of ten short nonfiction works in the public domain. The essays, speeches, news items and reports included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, politics, philosophy, nature and religion. Included in this collection are “The Emanicpation Proclamation” and Second Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln, “Prinicpal Doctrines” by Epicurus, “Fox and Hound” and the preface to “The Breath of Life” both by John Burroughs, “The Went ...
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 7 recordings of New Year Greeting by Louise R. Waite . This was the Weekly Poetry project for March 21st, 2010.,The 21st of March is the ancient Persian festival of Naw-Rúz, also spelled "Noruz" (New Day) which is the Iranian and Zoroastrian New Year's Day. Naw-Rúz is also a Bahá'í holy day and the Baha'i New Year.Louise R. Waite (nee Spencer) was a Bahá'í poet and song writer. She wrote this poem, entitled “New Year Greeting”, for Naw-Rúz, which appeared in the ...
 
Stay current with the latest studies in radiation oncology with free podcasts from the official journals of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO). The International Journal of Radiation Oncology-Biology-Physics (the Red Journal) publishes the latest clinical research related to radiation oncology, radiation biology, medical physics, education, and health policy. The overarching mission of Practical Radiation Oncology is to improve the quality of radiation oncology practice thro ...
 
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City officials call for calm after protests turn destructive; City official: Racism is a "disease" that's "infected America": Floyd's brother tears up, says officers must be charged; Mayor requests National Guard over violent protests; Looting, fires, protests in Minneapolis after Floyd's death; Minneapolis Police policy allows "neck restraints" bu…
 
Any minute: final weather call for NASA/SpaceX launch; U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths; Fauci: a second wave is not inevitable; Dr. Fauci: wearing a mask shows "respect for another person"; Washington D.C. to start reopening on Friday with restrictions; CA Gov. Newsom: we're still not through the "first wave"; Trump in Florida as historic Spa…
 
Dr. Robert Kadlec is the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, managing the national response to public health emergencies - a position that deals with everything from hurricane disasters to anthrax attacks. Now Dr. Kadlec is writing the playbook of countermeasures in America’s war agai…
 
This week, perfecting catalysts that split water using light, and the mystery of missing matter in the Universe. In this episode: 00:44 Water splitting After decades of research scientists have managed to achieve near perfect efficiency using a light-activated catalyst to separate hydrogen from water for fuel. Research Article: Takata et al.; News …
 
In this episode of the Award-winning PRS Journal Club Podcast, 2020 Resident Ambassadors to the PRS Editorial Board – Min-Jeong Cho, Casey Kraft, and Ara Salibian- and special guest Bernard T. Lee, MD, discuss the following articles from the June 2020 issue: “Contemporary Analysis of Rhytidectomy Using the Tracking Operations and Outcomes for Plast…
 
U.S. nears 100,000 coronavirus deaths, a tragic milestone experts say could have been avoided; CDC data shows 65+ are 80% of deaths but only 22% of cases; New York Stock Exchange partially reopens; Merck announces it is working on two potential vaccines; CDC: Antibody tests might be wrong half the time; 17 states trending up in cases; 13 are flat; …
 
In this special episode, Dan joined comedian Adam Carolla for a live recording at Houston Improv to raise funds for the Houston Food Bank’s COVID-19 relief efforts. Support Houston Food Bank at www.houstonfoodbank.org. Shout out to Adam Carolla for allowing us to re-broadcast this recording! Check out his own podcast The Adam Carolla Show at www.ad…
 
WH advisor: double digit unemployment could last to November; W.H.O. we could have a second peak, not just a second wave; Officials in D.C., Alabama & Arkansas warn about surge in cases; Arkansas governor: high school pool party sparked cluster of new cases; Dr. Birx: research shows masks help stop the spread; Dr. Birx: vaccine is possible by the e…
 
Topics covered: Status of COVID-19 presumptive causation laws (00:01:39) Hazardous duty pay (00:30:28) The impact on the collective bargaining process (00:34:13) Enforcement of governors’ emergency orders (00:38:27) Presumptive Causation Status Jacobson v. Massachusetts, 197 U.S. 11 (1905) The post Labor And Employment Implications In The Public Sa…
 
Robert Kaplan is the President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. We’ve heard a lot about the Federal Reserve in the news lately, but what exactly is the purpose of America’s central bank? How has their mission changed since COVID-19 and the shutdown wrecked havoc on the economy? Robert joined Dan to give listeners a practical understan…
 
CDC recommends places of faith provide soap & hand sanitizer, intensify cleaning, limit use of shared items; New study: Drug touted & taken by Trump is linked to increased risk of death in coronavirus patients; COVID-19 vaccine study finds early success, neutralizing antibodies in first published human trial results; Data shows coronavirus cases ri…
 
01:38 Trump vs the WHO President Trump has given the WHO an ultimatum in a tweet, threatening to pull out of the organisation within 30 days unless unclear demands are met. We discuss what this means for the pandemic, the USA and the future of international health cooperation. 12:06 Where are we with vaccines? The first results from vaccine trials …
 
In the first of a series of episodes, Eric explores JD Salinger's history in the magazine as he recounts his own experiences reading Salinger and tries to figure out the impact that New Yorker editors Gus Lobrano and William Maxwell had on the writer. Eric speaks with Ben Yagoda, author of ABOUT TOWN: THE NEW YORKER AND THE WORLD IT MADE about Sali…
 
Trump tours Michigan plant after threatening to withhold funding from stave over mail-in-voting; Trump tours MI Ford plant as state's AG warns him to wear mask; Trump speaks after touring Ford plant producing PPE; Trump claims he wore mask during tour of MI Ford plant, but not wearing one on camera; Study: Kids have fewer coronavirus receptors in t…
 
Monocle’s June issue is a landmark instalment that breaks with the magazine’s usual format for the first time. Instead, as the world reels from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve enlisted 50 politicians, philosophers, architects, designers, journalists and more to ask one question: what’s next? Their answer? We will come back stronger. …
 
Pence doesn't wear mask or social distance in crowded restaurant; HHS Secy Azar: Navarro blaming the CDC is "inappropriate"; WH awards contract to produce COVID-19 drugs & ingedients in U.S.; Trump attacks China on handling of coronavirus but is reluctant to criticize China's President Xi; Vaccine study in monkeys showed promising results; Union: a…
 
This week, crafting an artificial eye with the benefits of a human's, and understanding how disk-galaxies formed by peering back in time. In this episode: 00:45 Biomimetic eye Researchers fabricate an artificial eye complete with a human-like retina. Research Article: Gu et al.; News and Views: Artificial eye boosted by hemispherical retina 09:27 R…
 
Trump won't commit to wearing mask during visit to Ford plant; Dem Senator to Mnuchin: How many workers should die to help the economy?; Coronavirus survivor details grueling recovery process; Young & healthy COVID-19 patients struggle to make full recovery; 25% of Nebraska's COVID-19 cases are meat processing workers; Arkansas venue hosts concert …
 
On this solo episode, Dan expands on his recently published oped for The Wall Street Journal to ponder the question, “Why do Democrats want to keep us shutdown and Republicans want us free to reopen?” The answer is part politics, part psychology. Read the oped here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/why-does-reopening-polarize-us-11589842995…
 
All 50 states to be partially reopened by Sunday; Texas opening up gyms at 25% capacity as cases spike; Residents hit beaches in California, Virginia over the weekend; CA Gov: professional sports may begin in June without fans; Promising early results coming from one vaccine trial; Moderna: early vaccine data shows some patients developed neutraliz…
 
Jon Huntsman returns to the podcast to talk China and what he learned as Ambassador to America’s greatest trading partner and emerging rival. For the first time in centuries, China is a leader on the world stage. So how do Xi Jinping and the Chinese Communist Party view their role as a global player? What moves are they making to change the geopoli…
 
Defense Secy: We'll deliver a vaccine by end of year; Trump: I gave staffers choice to wear masks in Rose Garden; VP Pence again skips Trump's events today to be cautious; Trump: Hope to have vaccine for entire public by January; Trump: Ramping up production of vials, needles, syringes in anticipation of mass vaccine distribution; Trump admin racin…
 
With questionable coronavirus content flooding airwaves and online channels, what’s being done to limit its impact? In this episode: 00:57 The epidemiology of misinformation As the pandemic spreads, so does a tidal wave of misinformation and conspiracy theories. We discuss how researchers' are tracking the spread of questionable content, and ways t…
 
Jon Huntsman, Jr. served as U.S. Ambassador to Russia from 2017 – 2019, during one of the most difficult periods in bilateral relationships since deep in the Cold War. He joined Dan to break down the complex foreign policy issues involving the two countries. What’s the truth behind the Michael Flynn investigation and what would an actual Russian in…
 
We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that included May 1-13, 2020 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine. There are four trends we observed: teaching online, remote learning, hardware and software, and university issues. Teaching online focused on personal reflections from first-time online teachers, maintainin…
 
Bright: "Window of opportunity is closing" to address pandemic; Bright: My warnings caused commotion in the Trump admin; Pres Trump calls ousted vaccine chief disgruntled employee; Georgia, Colorado cases decline even after business openings; Some L.A. beaches reopen this week, NJ beaches open by Memorial Day, Grand Canyon allows some access Friday…
 
This week's episode covers EEO-1, nondisplacement of qualified workers, and Section 3610 news and is hosted by partners David Robbins and Peter Eyre. Crowell & Moring's "Fastest 5 Minutes" is a biweekly podcast that provides a brief summary of significant government contracts legal and regulatory developments that no government contracts lawyer or …
 
CDC to warn about condition in children associated with virus; DC extends stay-at-home order until June 8th; NYU study: Abbott rapid test use by W.H. often misses positive cases; Cases rising in 9 states, holding steady in 19 & falling in 22; Key model raises death projection in U.S. to 147,000 by August; Trump names former drug executive to lead "…
 
This week, Elisabeth Bik tells us about her work uncovering potential image manipulation, and a new route for particulate pollution formation. In this episode: 00:45 Seeing double Elisabeth Bik spends her days identifying duplicated images in science papers. She tells us about her efforts, and why they’re important. Feature: Meet this super-spotter…
 
Fauci: Reopening too soon may lead to "suffering and death" that could have been avoided; Dr. Fauci says it's "more likely than not" there is a coronavirus vaccine in 1-2 years; Fauci: Shouldn't be "cavalier" thinking kids are immune to virus; Fauci: "Bridge too far" to think treatment or vaccine could be ready in time for colleges to reopen in fal…
 
Fauci, heads of CDC & FDA quarantining after virus exposure; Iowa governor in modified quarantine after possible exposure during White House visit; Pence, other officials refuse to quarantine after White House staffers test positive for virus; Source: Trump worried cases inside White House undercut his claims the virus is fading and it's safe to re…
 
Jade has a ton of ambition and is sharing her life with us as a trans woman while talking about some of her passions: 1) Support The Scene and its new website/blog. As well as it's podcast and Youtube Channel. 2) Being a trans woman and representing the LGBTQ community in the Music Scene in Vancouver. 3) Indie Films VS Bigger Budget films. Having w…
 
Why are so many young people motivated to join the far left? Charlie Kirk talks with Dan about the shallow yet persuasive arguments used by leaders like AOC and Bernie to win over the millennial/z generations, and the best ways to counter them. What's the one issue young people disregard which matters most to their futures? How is the progressive m…
 
Even as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan begin easing restrictions put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus, questions are emerging about just how effective the three countries have been in limiting the spread and what will happen as people start to leave their homes more often and businesses resume operations.…
 
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