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Best Mathematics podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Mathematics podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Interviews with Mathematicians about their New Books
Science Talk is a weekly science audio show covering the latest in the world of science and technology. Join Steve Mirsky each week as he explores cutting-edge breakthroughs and controversial issues with leading scientists and journalists. He is also an articles editor and columnist at Scientific American magazine. His column, "Antigravity," is one of science writing's great humor venues. Also check our daily podcast from Scientific American : "60-Second Science." To view all of our archived ...
This Transum podcast features a puzzle of the month as well as information about everything new on Transum Mathematics. Look for the latest episode of the podcast in the iTunes Store
Periodic audiocasts from American Scientist, a publication of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Honor Society.
The story of technological progress is one of drama and intrigue, sudden insight and plain hard work. Let’s explore technology’s spectacular failures and many magnificent success stories.
Welcome to Science Sessions, the PNAS podcast program. Listen to brief conversations with cutting-edge researchers, Academy members, and policymakers as they discuss topics relevant to today's scientific community. Learn the behind-the-scenes story of work published in PNAS, plus a broad range of scientific news about discoveries that affect the world around us.
A weekly podcast about Extraordinary stories of real women in the STEM fields. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Listen to know more about the amazing work women across the globe have been doing in the different STEM and STEM-related fields. Learn about what motivates them, what struggles they overcame, and how we can close the gender gap in male-dominated fields.
Wondering how to create a classroom culture where students don't want to stop exploring mathematics when the bell rings? Kyle Pearce from TapIntoTeenMinds.com and Jon Orr from MrOrr-IsAGeek.com team up to uncover how we can Make Math Moments That Matter for every student in the math classroom from Kindergarten through Grade 12. Discover how you can build easy to plan and fun to deliver math lessons that kids will not only love, but also learn from using the Making Math Moments That Matter 3- ...
A mathematics podcast from ACMEScience featuring the best math stories from the world of maths
Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.www.mathedpodcast.comProduced by Fibre Studios
This podcast explores mathematics, mathematical philosophy and how that relates to the real world and our lives through the history of math. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematically-speaking/support
Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett chat about some aspect of mathematics using a mathematical object as inspiration.
The Data Skeptic Podcast features interviews and discussion of topics related to data science, statistics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and the like, all from the perspective of applying critical thinking and the scientific method to evaluate the veracity of claims and efficacy of approaches.
Real Advice. Real Women. Real Life. The divine feminine is often the force of life itself. It is that from which we all rise. Working with it is the best way to acknowledge the creator in each of us, the divine within, and the spirit of protection, courage and love. Many modern goddesses have tales of overcoming, of manifesting – creating things from the power of thought alone – and of undeniable strength. Join us in this journey as we bring you the fascinating stories of these Modern Goddes ...
Designed to create STEM connections, cohesion, and elevation within the Southwest region of the United States. You have discovered a place where STEM enthusiasts gather to learn about the amazing STEM rockstars of the region as well as STEM activities that are impacting the world! Whether you are looking to learn more about STEM innovations in New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and California you are in the right place! If you have longed to be united with other STEM nerds, ...
'Will my bacon sandwich kill me?', 'Is vaping better than smoking?', 'How do you become an astronaut?' - just some of the Big Questions we ask some of the brightest minds behind Oxford science. Join us in each podcast as we explore a different area of science.
A series of talks and lectures from Oxford Mathematicians exploring the power and beauty of their subject. These talks would appeal to anyone interested in mathematics and its ever-growing range of applications from medicine to economics and beyond.
Lecture Videos for the iPod
This podcast features interviews with educators, leaders and even students in relation to maths education.
A podcast from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA). Episodes include mathematicians talking about their work, maths history and maths news. For more info and show notes visit www.travelsinamathematicalworld.co.uk
Mathematics - in a great school close to home!
A show about numbers and us. Documentary stories about ourselves, our world, our universe--guided by a curiosity for math and numbers.
NOVA brings you short audio stories from the world of science -- anything from hurricanes to mummies to neutrinos. For more science programming online and on air, visit NOVA's Web site at pbs.org/nova, or watch NOVA broadcasts Wednesday nights on PBS.
This is Mathematical basis for reality; a podcast to fill the void. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematical-basis-for-re/support
A podcast for the curious DIYer. From OSHW, FOSS, and ethical hacking to the Maker Movement, STEAM, Citizen Science, and Digital Citizenship. GoR: Make. Better. Perpetually.
Mother and daughter educators discuss topics relevant to the education of young children.
Structural engineering podcast by Max and Zach. Join in weekly as we discuss structural engineering topics and experiences for new engineers. TheEngineeringPodcast.com
Join host Steve Mirsky each week as he explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists
The following lessons are on Geometry and Trigonometry Units
Math should not be hard. Math should not be shrouded in confusion and misinformation. It is my goal to help clear it all up, with the aid of my monkeys, Juan, Tootie, Trixie, Fourtnoy and Quincy! It is just that simple!
The Future of Coding podcast features interviews with toolmakers, researchers, computational artists, educators, and engineers, all with compelling viewpoints on what the future of computing could be.
This is a history of mathematics from antiquity to the turn of the 20th century. (Summary by Paul King)
Chapter 2: Numeration Systems and Sets (Billstein/Libeskind/Lott's A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Eleventh Edition)
Section Lecture Videos for the iPod
Infinite Tangents is about teacher stories and the intellectual work educators go through daily. If you are interested in hearing the voices of mathematics teachers from around the US as they process their practice, this is the podcast for you.
For more than two decades the Hoover Institution has been producing Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson, a series hosted by Hoover fellow Peter Robinson as an outlet for political leaders, scholars, journalists, and today’s big thinkers to share their views with the world.
No specific background required. I'll be your guide on a journey of the mind, a journey in which we take a hard, unflinching look at the nature of the human condition through the eyes of some of history's greatest philosophers.
The following lessons look at Powers and the various Exponent Rules for Math classes
This blog and podcast is meant to give students an additional opportunity to use their mathematical knowledge by teaching. Also, the blog is meant to assist future algebra students.
Professor of Mathematics Marcus du Sautoy reveals the personalities behind the calculations and argues that mathematics is the driving force behind modern science.
Since the dawn of civilisation, humans have used everyday materials to create mathematical models of the world around them. This album explores the ancient Greeks' astrolabe as a model of the skies; the sundial, to tell the time; Babylonian clay tablets to record wages and trading of sheep; wooden tallies for bulk-buying beer, the Incas' use of knots and string, and the sophisticated number-engine invented by Charles Babbage. This material forms part of The Open University course MST121 Usin ...
Bertrand Russell wrote 'Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy' while imprisoned for protesting Britain's involvement in World War I. Russell summarizes the significance of the momentous work of mathematicians in the late nineteenth-century. He further describes his own philosophy of mathematics, Logicism (the view that all mathematical truths are logical truths), and his earlier, influential work solving the paradoxes that plagued mathematical foundations, which crystallized after ten year ...
In this episode we learn of intrigue and espionage from Russia, through to America. Washington is a hotbed in more ways than one. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematical-basis-for-re/support
The Greek islands were geographically predisposed to democracy. The ritualised, antagonistic debates of parliaments and law courts were then generalised to all philosophical domains, creating a unique intellectual climate that put a premium on adversarialism and pure reason. This style of thought proved ideal for mathematics. Transcript Why the Gre…
In this live episode recorded at the 2020 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Denver Samuel Hansen talks about the truth behind the stories we all tell in mathematics. In order to do this they will investigate the actual facts of the Galois narrative, have a conversation about where and when the decimal point appeared with Glen Van Brummelen of Quest Uni…
On this episode, we talk about the man who made everyone hate high school geometry- Thales. He is why we have the concept of proof. We will go over what he did and what proof means. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mathematically-speakin…
A conversation about the mathematics of chemistry inspired by a pencil, plus a chat about approximation. Presented by Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett.By Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett
Carl's puzzle is about the result of dividing the product of his parents' ages by double his own age.By John Tranter
If you’re a grad student facing the ugly reality of finding a tenure-track job, you could easily be forgiven for thinking about a career change. However, if you’ve spent the last several years working on a PhD, or if you’re a faculty member whose career has basically consisted of higher ed, switching isn’t so easy. PhD holders are mostly trained to…
Episode: 1825 In which Grandpa learns not to play chicken with his Model T. Today, grandpa's first automobile.By Dr. John Lienhard
This week we got the opportunity to sit down with John Roach of Cannon Design. We discuss the Lancaster General Hospital expansion project, existing structures, and vertical additions, but also some of the qualities that makes Cannon Design so special. Learn about the training opportunities that cannon has in place for its employees as well as some…
Episode: 3025 Thoreau's Walden. Today, a book report.By Dr. Andy Boyd
Science is often seen as a pure, objective discipline — as if it all rests neatly on cause and effect. As if the universe acknowledges a difference between ideal categories like “biology” and “physics.” But lately, the authority of science has had to reckon with critiques that it is practiced by flawed human actors inside social institutions. How m…
Our guest today is, Anastasia Kraft, CEO and co-founder of Xena Workwear. When Ana moved to the US from Germany, she worked as a project management consultant in construction, manufacturing and event planning projects. While she LOVED working in the manufacturing environment, there was one aspect Ana truly hated: her bulky and manly steel toe boots…
Episode: 2985 Relative Accuracy. Today, we’ll question the virtue of accuracy.By Peter Turchi
Episode: 3225 Abraham Lincoln invents a boat which can free itself from sandbars. Today, Abe Lincoln, inventor.By Roger Kaza
On today’s episode, we talk about Love and Purpose. It is the season of love afterall, falling just days after St. Valentines Day. I reflect on what love means to me now and what we can make of St. Valentines Day to bring more love into our lives and the world. And somehow this all timely came together with our episode on the power of purpose. Ther…
In this episode, Prasha will share how you to build your very own LOVE YOURSELF FEARLESSLY & how it can help you in your career. Listen now to learn how to nurture your most important relationship. To work with Prasha and Conquer Your Career in STEM, sign up for her upcoming 1:1 Coaching Program. Email Prasha at email@example.com with any ques…
Today we have GFletchy himself! Yes, today on the podcast we have 3-Act Math Task Builder, National Speaker, and Math Specialist Graham Fletcher. Stick around while we chat with our good ol Canadian friend who’s transplanted in America on what it really means to assess, how to leverage engagement in your math class, where some teachers miss the mar…
Episode: 1823 Inventing zero. Today, we seek nothing.By Dr. John Lienhard
Episode: 1824 Cognac grapes growing from Texas rootstocks. Today, we grow grapes.By Dr. John Lienhard
Walt Woods joins us to discuss his paper Adversarial Explanations for Understanding Image Classification Decisions and Improved Neural Network Robustness with co-authors Jack Chen and Christof Teuscher.
A strange trio is formed, we think, and then disappears into oblivion. Bill, Bert and Blinky. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematical-basis-for-re/support
Episode: 1822 Michael W. O'Neill, and the world below the surface. Today, we go below the surface.By Dr. John Lienhard
Episode: 3024 Thomas Young, Polymath. Today, a most interesting man.By Dr. Andy Boyd
Science has always been about improving human understanding of our universe…but scientists have not always prioritized accessibility of their hard-won results. The deeper research digs into specialized sub-fields and daunting data sets, the greater the divide a team must cross to help communicate their findings not just to the public, but to other …
Duke University evolutionary biologist Mohamed A. F. Noor talks about his book Live Long and Evolve: What Star Trek Can Teach Us about Evolution, Genetics, and Life on Other Worlds. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comBy Scientific American
Duke University evolutionary biologist Mohamed A. F. Noor talks about his book Live Long and Evolve: What Star Trek Can Teach Us about Evolution, Genetics, and Life on Other Worlds .By Steve Mirsky
Looking for ‘The One’, or maybe just a date for Valentine’s Day? The dating scene has changed significantly over the past ten years, not least because of the increasing popularity of online dating websites and dating apps. In this special ‘Valentine’s’ edition of the Big Questions podcast, we’re asking Patrick Gildersleve from the Oxford Internet I…
Our guests today is a couple that found love in STEM. Brianne Martin & Fernando A Ceballos P.E are 2 engineers who met while serving the STEM community. Brianne has a BS Mechanical Engineer from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (after transferring from Marquette University 1000 miles away from home) & is on the leadership team of a community non…
Episode: 2002 The almost-first patent: from stained glass to genetically modified mice. Today, guest historian Cathy Patterson with a story about patents.By Catherine Patterson
Recorded on January 17, 2020 Peter Thiel, the cofounder of PayPal and Palantir; early investor in Facebook, LinkedIn, and SpaceX; and the founder of the Thiel Fellowship, which encourages young people to drop out of college to start their own businesses, is interviewed live on stage in front of the members of the Mont Pelerin Society. This wide-ran…
Episode: 3021 Einstein's Authenticity. Today, was Einstein’s work his own?By Dr. Andy Boyd
Baruch Fischhoff, a decision scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, explains the ingredients necessary for effective science communication.
Christina Marin a dedicated and reflective middle school teacher from the Bay Area in California. We talk with christina today about struggles around how students are resistant to learning through productive struggle. Especially students who have been successful in traditional math classes. In our conversation we talk about how using purposeful que…
Celebrating a milestone episode by sharing what does it mean to be successful in STEM and where some of our guests are now since we last chatted with them. Listen now and get a quick recap on how awesome our guests are and what are they up to and how to define success in STEM. For future episode ideas write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.…
Episode: 1821 Trying to see 1892, or ancient Rome, in our mind's eye. Today, we visit 1892.By Dr. John Lienhard
In this week’s episode, Bob and Shelly travel to another dimension where STEM is STEAM and listeners receive a behind the scenes tour of Meow Wolf. Part art exhibit, part interactive museum, Meow Wolf has taken hold and is launching into the stratosphere, started by a group of 10 artists and the generous support of George R.R. Martin whose series o…
Episode: 1819 In which four women gravitate skyward on Hempstead Plains, L.I. Today, four women gravitate skyward.By Dr. John Lienhard
We introduce two brothers who are completely opposite to each other and their experience in the First World War. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mathematical-basis-for-re/support
Andrei Barbu joins us to discuss ObjectNet - a new kind of vision dataset. In contrast to ImageNet, ObjectNet seeks to provide images that are more representative of the types of images an autonomous machine is likely to encounter in the real world. Collecting a dataset in this way required careful use of Mechanical Turk to get Turkers to provide a…
Episode: 1815 Super Guppy: A most implausible and useful airplane. Today, an implausible airplane.By Dr. John Lienhard
This week we discuss high seismic design questions asked by you. From design codes to working with architects in high seismic, we answer all your questions. If you work in a non- seismic region and/or studying for the Structural Engineering (SE) exam, you’ll want to listen.We're trying something new this year to help keep the podcast up and running…
Episode: 3020 Credit Card Error Detection. Today, the math behind credit cards.By Dr. Andy Boyd
Why is the internal structure of Bacteria so different from the architecture of a nucleated cell? Why do some kinds of organisms stay small, whereas others grow to enormous size? What evolutionary challenges drove life’s major transitions into more and more complex varieties…and what does studying these areas reveal about the changing landscape of …
In this episode, Kathy talks about the month of February and some planning ideas that will keep your class fun and engaging all month long! You will want to check out our February planning ideas here: Here are some companion links that will bring engagement into your February curriculum.By Kindergarten Kiosk