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Art & Labor chronicles the stories of social justice organizing within the arts. We hope to center the human cost of the “art world” and advocate for fair labor practices for artists, assistants, fabricators, docents, interns, registrars, janitors, writers, editors, curators, guards, performers, and anyone doing work for art & cultural institutions.
 
We're Caitlin and Lucia, two gals who love music, feminism, and One Direction. Here on Talk Direction we discuss everything and anything 1D! This means that as Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, and Zayn Malik continue their paths as solo artists, we will be right there with them. We’ll be analyzing song lyrics for their deeper meanings, gushing about Harry's fashion evolution, and making predictions about future solo albums from the boys!
 
Lucia Gabriela invites you to breath, relax, tune in into your body, listen to your internal infinite wisdom and create the life you desire from a place of love, sovereignty and dignity. Every show is delivered with so much passion, bliss and wisdom to help you create the time for yourself and your self explorations to live an orgasmic life full of expansion, personal growth, abundance, health, wealth, happiness, joy , vitality and freedom. Lucia Gabriela is a life ,relationship, intimacy an ...
 
The Pop Culture Show with Barnes, Leslie and Cubby is a weekly deep dive into the world of popular culture. Join award winning hosts Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, and Paul Cubby Bryant to fly through the latest TV, music, movies, celebrity sleaze, food and general observations from the crazy world around us. Have something to add? Call and leave a message on the Pop Culture Show Hotline: 404-939-3733. Download every Monday at 10 am est. on Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio App, Pandora or wherever yo ...
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
In an ever changing world of music, Ryan Sayeed has done his best to keep up with the times. From playing music for small family get togethers, to being a resident dj at Big Phat Fish in Miami, FL in a matter of just a year. Although his heritage is from the caribbean (Trinidad & Tobago) and is known for playing at many caribbean events, Ryan Sayeed tries to stay versatile in every genre of music. For Bookings: E-mail - DjRyanSayeed@Gmail.com Phone - (954)-665-7863 Twitter: @RyanSayeed
 
Papertrail is a monthly interview series with writers and creatives about the books they love. Writers suggest three books which have made an impression on them and then discuss all three with the show's host, Alex. Perfect for avid readers looking for book recommendations and insights into their favourite authors.
 
Follow Mark and Ryan as they share their passion of Brazilian Jiujitsu with a twist. Listen to the father and son duo speak to some of the top jiujitsu practitioners, mixed martial artist, and grapplers. Also, being a parent isn't easy and most of us as parents can relate to the stresses of life but we can't ignore what the teens of today are dealing with as well. Follow Dad and the Jiujitsu Kid in their journey together for their love for a sport that binds their family together.
 
The Did you move today? podcast's mission is to bring movers, doctors, and artists together. Our goal is to promote love for movement, art, and science. When we think about movement we think about movement inside and outside the body. Why do we do this? Because no matter our race, language, country, and culture we live in a body and because Science and Art cannot be separated. Did you move today? (english) As-tu bougé aujourd’hui? (french) Já te mexeste hoje? (portuguese) ¿Y vos te moviste a ...
 
Join Belinda Doveston and her special guests in an engaging conversation about building purposeful people, agile teams and great organisations. Each episode features different practical approaches and powerful insights to support you to develop as a leader and to create meaningful change while inspiring your team and having fun! This podcast is published Apian Learning – an online learning platform dedicated to high-impact business and team building e-learning courses. At Apian, the focus is ...
 
Based on the highly successful personal development process called EP7 – Empowered for Purpose in 7 Steps founded by George Helou, the EP7 Podcast hosted by the founder and his co-host Rachel Donovan, was launched to share with you practical and timely advice to improve your confidence, clarity and resilience in all aspects of your life, particularly your relationship with yourself as well as a partnership, family, colleagues and beyond. You can engage the community conversation on the EP7 O ...
 
Experience the rush of excitement you would feel cracking open a new album with Lost Art Of Liner Notes. This series is filled with never before heard stories from the artists you love inviting you behind the making of the album – little nuggets of insider knowledge that you, the devoted fan, are now privy to. Each episode opens the floor for a different artist to discuss a wide array of topics ranging from songwriting to recording in an intimate setting over the course of a half hour. This ...
 
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With one of the most complex life cycles around, schistosomes are a fascinating subject for scientists. However, they also cause a tremendous amount of death and illness among the poor as a neglected tropical disease. Therefore, James Collins brings a full set of motivations to his research on the schistosome life cycle. Listen and learn Why schist…
 
Sarah-Elizabeth Byosiere brought her lifelong love of dogs to college and found her niche through decoding dog behavior and cognition. She continued these studies in graduate school and she shares her love and knowledge with lucky listeners in today's podcast. Listen and learn Why dog play is considered interesting from an evolutionary standpoint a…
 
While they are treasured companions, can dogs also teach us more about learning and adaptions? Graduate student Sophie Barton says yes. Listen in to learn how to understand your dog better but also to find out what they're brains might tell us about how our own learning develops. Listen and learn The history of how dog breeding developed in the fir…
 
Light is addictive, according to Dr. Kruse. And if one of the types of late we're getting all day is harmful, we have a problem. Listen to this podcast to find out more about blue light damage. Listen to hear How our screens don't include the full spectrum, which would normally balance out the blue light. How this constant blue light from our scree…
 
Win a free 4 night stay at Cap Maison in St. Lucia + We are live from Cap Maison + New Old MTV style Apple channel + Scam Likely + Mystery Trips + Coke slashing brands + Noah Cyrus + Gwen Stefani + Taylor Swift + Charlie Puth + Adele + Amy Winehouse + Demo Lovato + Carole Baskin + Elton John + Borat + Lily James + Quibi + Charlize Theron + Jamie Fo…
 
Do dogs really love us? Are they really feeling guilty when they give us that unmistakably guilty look? Can dogs outsmart children when put to the test? Tune in to explore these questions and more, including: How certain interactions with dogs trigger the release of hormones in our bodies, and theirs Why domestication may have cost dogs their capac…
 
Cancerous tumors have their own microbiome, a unique method of energy production, strategies for evading host immune systems, specialized extracellular vesicles, and one real goal: to expand and replicate at the expense of the environment. Press play to discover: What major transformation in tumor detection and diagnosis is on the horizon and holds…
 
Dr. Amanda K. Gibson an Assistant Professor of Biology at the University of Virginia. Dr. Gibson joins the show to dissect the relationship between parasitism and evolution. In this episode you’ll learn: About the complex multi-organism environments parasites live in About the Pros and Cons of asexual reproduction in parasites About the evolutionar…
 
As the cell employs its machinery to shut down the virus that’s inside it, the virus makes proteins to shut down the cell’s efforts. The scene is set, but how will this arms race end? The answer depends on many, many factors. Listeners can tune in to explore the following: How to study the way in which obesity, diabetes, and host immunosuppressive …
 
Our Halloween episode of 2020! Join as for some Halloween themed "would you rather's", a truly wild ride of a vintage y/n story, Caitlin's annual Halloween poem, and a surprise quiz! Take the quiz for yourself and let us know what you got! https://www.buzzfeed.com/talkdirection/talk-directions-one-direction-halloween-quiz-2mu0as0nui?utm_source=dyna…
 
That neck pain and foot twinge might be more connected than you realize. Doug Bertram takes time to carefully explain why as he describes his company's approach to common orthopedic conditions. This podcast provides a new appreciation for how important structural balance is to pain-free activity. Listen and learn How exactly "structural elements" a…
 
While Vinod Scaria specializes in computational biology regarding non-coding RNAs, he's lab has diverted their energies to focus most of their data analysis specifically on the genomics of COVID-19. He gives listeners a global picture of the data and also explains the significance of small non-coding RNAs, long non-coding RNAs as well as categorizi…
 
Friction, forces, shears: the game changes when robots get tiny. Marc Miskin brings you to scale on these up-and-coming microrobots and nanorobots for biotechnology. Listen and learn How the rules of physics adjust when the application of robotics goes small, How these factors bring interesting challenges surrounding loss of inertia and other aspec…
 
Another in the Finding Genius Podcast series on viruses, this captivating conversation with Yale University's Dr. Takyar explores interesting avenues of the virus-host relationship, offering listeners a glimpse into a top researcher's understandings of viral characteristics and behavior. Listeners will hear How his answer to the inevitable question…
 
An exciting step closer to a cure for diabetes starts with a bit of gastric tissue. Joe Zhou's lab works on tissue regeneration and repair and organ regeneration. In this podcast, he discusses a life-changing possibility alongside Richard's thoughtful questions. They take listeners across a new frontier of research, covering How insulin-producing b…
 
Independent consultant and researcher Marciel Maffini has made it her mission to change woefully outdated laws and scientific processes for assessing food safety. This podcast is an essential listen before you take another product off the grocery shelf. She describes The many chemicals added to food, including food preservatives, or come from equip…
 
When we know our origin, we can realize our value and invest it in God’s kingdom here and now. Connect with us online: assumptionsyr.org Support Assumption by giving online: assumptionsyr.org/give Listen to Assumption Today, our daily podcast: anchor.fm/assumptiontoday or subscribe wherever you get podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anc…
 
Our guest is Josh Jackson - Editor in Chief - from Paste Magazine with all the latest picks in music, tv, film and more + We've got a free 4 night stay to giveaway at Cap Maison in St. Lucia + Cubby's tech problems + Sex with Carrot Top + Weird Al is back with a political hit + The Reese Witherspoon $1000 bet + Who's mailing underpants? + Color of …
 
Imagine scientists designing technology based on the double-helix DNA structure in our cells: well, it's happened and this podcast takes you on a futuristic journey into an exciting technology. Richard talks with a researcher working on this technology and the two speculate on exciting possibilities. So hold on tight, and learn about How antenna th…
 
We start with some clarity on the question of sex work under communism (well mostly this essay does), but eventually we enter the territory of “we don’t know” when it comes to the very differing left tendencies and strategies. Lucia has a beautiful show of paintings, the gallery is surrounded by beautiful upstate autumn, go see it! Maybe it will in…
 
This is a story about how studying a buried city in the jungle led to an urgent call to utilize a new technology to map our earth. Archaeologist Christopher Fisher was astounded by LiDAR technology when he used it to map an ancient city covered by sense forest canopy in Honduras. This podcast explores what happened next. Listen and learn How he was…
 
Ready to explore energy sources and supercapacitor applications you can build with? The time is now for energy storage advances and this podcast explores an exciting structural possibility. To learn more about this advancement in energy, listen and hear How Julio D'Arcy's lab was able to transform a brick ingredient, hematite, into an energy-storin…
 
Derek Abbott opens up a decades-long mystery for listeners in this exploration of biomedical engineering technology applied to an unidentified dead man found on a beach in 1948. Listen and learn How electrical engineering techniques can marry medicine and biology to tackle tricky problems, How he has used everything from the cut of the Somerton man…
 
Upgrading isn't just for phone systems. Quantum information science tackles the upgrade of old existing technologies, which run by classical physics laws, to those that function in the quantum realm. It's as easy as it sounds: Vlatko Vederal tells listeners what this entails and what possibilities researchers like him are working toward. Listen and…
 
Valkyrie has brought together some of the best minds to utilize artificial intelligence in operations management. This podcast presents a fascinating conversation on the latest ways artificial intelligence can impact decision making. Plug in, listen, and hear Ways this applied-sciences firm uses biologists, chemists, and physicists to deploy deep l…
 
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