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Best Language Transfer podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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Find me on Github/Twitter/Kaggle @SamDeepLearning.Find me on LinkedIn @SamPutnam. This Podcast is supported by Enterprise Deep Learning | Cambridge/Boston | New York City | Hanover, NH | http://www.EnterpriseDeepLearning.com. Contact: Sam@EDeepLearning.com, 802-299-1240, P.O. Box 863, Hanover, NH, USA, 03755. We move deep learning to production. I teach the worldwide Deploying Deep Learning Masterclass at http://www.DeepLearningConf.com in NYC regularly and am a Deep Learning Consultant serv ...
 
CNUSDEdChat is a podcast for educators and families covering all things k-12 education. Co Hosts, Ivy Ewell-Eldridge, Annemarie Cortez, Kim Kemmer, Jenny Cordura, and Kate Jackson, chat with experts and practitioners on topics including literacy instruction, cultural proficiency, Common Core Math, NGSS, Edtech, and more. With so many changes occurring in 21st century education and learning, what should teachers and families try tomorrow…try this week… and try this month? follow us on Faceboo ...
 
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Staff Writer Robert Service talks with host Sarah Crespi about a different approach to COVID-19 testing that might be useful in response to the high numbers of cases in the United States. To break chains of transmission and community spread, the new strategy would replace highly accurate but slow polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests with cheaper, …
 
Staff Writer Meredith Wadman joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the risk of the novel coronavirus infection to pregnant women. Early data suggest expectant women are more likely to get severe forms of the infection and require hospitalization. Meredith describes how the biology of pregnancy—such as changes to the maternal immune system and added st…
 
On Episode 32, host Danny Pinto is joined by Alex Gonçalves of TugaScout.com, as they review the 2019-20 LigaNOS season: * Porto's "dobradinha" 🏆🏆 * The resurrection of (Jorge) Jesus at Benfica * Braga's chances of challenging the "Big 3" * Sporting's youth & the club's direction * Plus the positives (Famalicão) & negatives (Aves) of the season www…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
In the context of the current pandemic, persistent inequities, and recent civil unrest, our CNUSDEdChat team invited long-serving advocates for equity and cultural proficiency, Dr. Delores Lindsey and Dr. Randall Lindsey, to help us process our own emotions, to examine our own values, assumptions, and beliefs, and to help us support our community o…
 
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…
 
On Episode 31, host Danny Pinto is joined by Alfredo Fumaças of The Benfica Podcast. They discuss the resignation of Benfica manager Bruno Lage, where they feel things began unraveling for Benfica this season, the manner is which Benfica president Luis Filipe Vieira is leading the club, and who may be the next Benfica manager.www.selecaopod.comFace…
 
On this special edition of the pod, host Danny Pinto is joined by Portuguese-American stand-up comedian and entrepreneur, Taylor Amarante. Taylor also serves as the in-game host for the San Jose Earthquakes. Taylor is on to promote his fundraiser to assist Portuguese senior citizens of San Jose/Santa Clara, as well as provide an update on his next …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Liga NOS is back and host Danny Pinto is joined by Aaron Barton of Proxima Jornada to discuss Portuguese soccer's first action in almost 3 months due to the pandemic and analyze Porto and Benfica's missed opportunities on the restart. www.selecaopod.comFacebook.com/SelecaoPod@SelecaoPod (Twitter/Instagram)selecaopod@gmail.comAaron's fundraising eff…
 
First up this week, Staff Writer Meredith Wadman talks with host Sarah Crespi about how male sex hormones may play a role in higher levels of severe coronavirus infections in men. New support for this idea comes from a study showing high levels of male pattern baldness in hospitalized COVID-19 patients.Read all our coronavirus coverage.Next, Jason …
 
First up this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel talks with host Sarah Crespi about a rare inflammatory response in children that has appeared in a number of COVID-19 hot spots.Next, Julian Dowdeswell, director of the Scott Polar Research Institute and professor of physical geography at the University of Cambridge, talks with producer Meaga…
 
Online News Editor David Grimm talks with producer Joel Goldberg about the unique challenges of reopening labs amid the coronavirus pandemic. Though the chance to resume research may instill a sense of hope, new policies around physical distancing and access to facilities threaten to derail studies—and even careers. Despite all the uncertainty, the…
 
Contributing Correspondent Lizzie Wade talks with host Sarah Crespi about the role of inequality in past pandemics. Evidence from medical records and cemeteries suggests diseases like the 1918 flu, smallpox, and even the Black Death weren’t indiscriminately killing people—instead these infections caused more deaths in those with less money or statu…
 
Staff Writer Jon Cohen joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about using monoclonal antibodies to treat or prevent infection by SARS-CoV-2. Many companies and researchers are rushing to design and test this type of treatment, which proved effective in combating Ebola last year. See all of our News coverage of the pandemic here, and all of our Research an…
 
Dr. Ivy Ewell Eldridge chats with Central Michigan University professor and author, Troy Hicks, a super advocate of ways to teach and enhance the process of writing through the use of digital tools. He encourages educators to nurture our students’ curiosity, openness, flexibility, persistence, engagement, and responsibility as they engage in the wr…
 
Staff Writer Jocelyn Kaiser joins Sarah to talk about a recent Science paper describing the results of a large study on a blood test for multiple types of cancer. The trial’s results suggest such a blood test combined with follow-up scans may help detect cancers early, but there is a danger of too many false positives.And postdoctoral researcher Ti…
 
Coronavirus affects far more than just the lungs, and doctors and researchers in the midst of the pandemic are trying to catalog—and understand—the virus’ impact on our bodies. Staff Writer Meredith Wadman joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss what we know about how COVID-19 kills. See all of our News coverage of the pandemic here, and all of our Rese…
 
On Episode 29, host Danny Pinto discusses the current soccer world and how it has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Guest Tom Kundert of PortuGOAL.net updates us on the latest news in Portugal, while Eric Krakauer of BeIN Sports shares his thoughts on the reaction to the pandemic from other soccer leagues from around the world.www.selecaopod.…
 
Contributing Correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about countries planning a comeback from a coronavirus crisis. What can they do once cases have slowed down to go back to some sort of normal without a second wave of infection? See all of our News coverage of the pandemic here. See all of our Research and Editorials here.As …
 
On this week’s show, Staff Writer Robert Service talks with host Sarah Crespi about a new National Academy of Sciences report that suggests the novel coronavirus can go airborne, the evidence for this idea, and what this means for the mask-wearing debate. See all of our News coverage of the pandemic here. See all of our Research and Editorials here…
 
Kate chats with colleagues Tiffany Vosberg, Patricia Krcmar, and Paaru Kwiatkowski who are Instructional Coaches for Elementary Math in the Corona-Norco Unified School District. They discuss a new model for mathematics instruction and fostering math mindsets. In our second ever lightning round, they provide useful activities and resources for both …
 
On this week’s show, Contributing Correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt talks with host Sarah Crespi about modeling coronavirus spread and the role of forecasts in national lockdowns and other pandemic policies. They also talk about the launch of a global trial of promising treatments. See all of our News coverage of the pandemic here. See all of our Res…
 
On this week’s show, host Joel Goldberg gets an update on the coronavirus pandemic from Senior Correspondent Jon Cohen. In addition, Cohen gives a rundown of his latest feature, which highlights the relationship between diseases and changing seasons—and how this relationship relates to a potential coronavirus vaccine.Also this week, from a recordin…
 
On this week’s show, host Joel Goldberg talks with science journalist Andrew Curry about archaeological finds from thousands of years ago along the shores of Northern Europe. Curry outlines the rich history of the region that scientists, citizen scientists, and energy companies have helped dredge up.Also this week, from a recording made at this yea…
 
Before we finish Season Two of the Product Science Podcast, we wanted to take a moment to reflect back on all of the great tidbits we’ve heard and pull out some key takeaways. At H2R Product Science, we use the Product Science Method to help you turn user research into an actionable plan to guide long term growth. In this episode, we look at the th…
 
On this week’s show, freelance writer Christa Lesté-Lasserre talks with host Sarah Crespi about the scientists working on the restoration of Notre Dame, from testing the changing weight of wet limestone, to how to remove lead contamination from four-story stained glass windows. As the emergency phase of work winds down, scientists are also starting…
 
On this week’s show, Online News Editor David Grimm joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how dogs’ cold noses may be able to sense warm bodies. Read the research.International News Editor Martin Enserink shares the latest from our reporters covering coronavirus.And finally, from a recording made at this year’s AAAS annual meeting, host Meagan Cantwel…
 
This week on the podcast, Contributing Correspondent Lizzie Wade joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss a turning point for one ancient Mesoamerican city: Tikal. On 16 January 378 C.E., the Maya city lost its leader and the replacement may have been a stranger. We know from writings that the new leader wore the garb of another culture—the Teotihuacan—w…
 
On this week’s show, Staff Writer Robert F. Service talks with host Sarah Crespi about manipulating microbes to make them produce building materials like bricks—and walls that can take toxins out of the air.Sarah also talks with Paul Davids, principal member of the technical staff in applied photonics & microsystems at Sandia National Laboratories,…
 
Jim Morris coaches product teams and leaders at startups and corporate clients. Previously, he co-founded PowerReviews (sold for $168 million) and was an early employee at Fogdog.com ($66 million IPO). Since graduating in Computer Science from Stanford University, he’s held a variety of roles in tech startups, most recently CTO. In this episode of …
 
On this week’s show, senior correspondent Jeffrey Mervis joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant program that aims to encourage diversity at the level of university faculty with the long-range goal of increasing the diversity of NIH grant recipients.Sarah also talks with Pierre Gagnepain, a cognitive neuro…
 
On this week’s show, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about a Science paper that combines two hot areas of research—CRISPR gene editing and immunotherapy for cancer—and tests it in patients.Sarah also talks with Damien Finch, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, about …
 
Allison Cassing is the User Researcher for the H2R Product Science Team. She brings with her years of product management experience focused on data and insights. She has a deep interest in user experience and motivation. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we talk about what Allison’s learned over the course of her career in product man…
 
Structural biologists rejoiced when cryo–electron microscopy, a technique to generate highly detailed models of biomolecules, emerged. But years after its release, researchers still face long queues to access these machines. Science’s European News Editor Eric Hand walks host Meagan Cantwell through the journey of a group of researchers to create a…
 
Since 2010, Audrey Crane has been a Partner at DesignMap, a strategic product design agency that helps ambitious enterprise software companies. She loves figuring out how to make helping people good business at places like Docker, Salesforce, and eBay. In this episode of the Product Science Podcast, we talk about Audrey's new book, What CEOs Need t…
 
As part of a special issue on chemicals for tomorrow’s Earth, we’ve got two green chemistry stories. First, host Sarah Crespi talks with contributing correspondent Warren Cornwell about how a company came up with a replacement for the popular can lining material bisphenol A and then recruited knowledgeable critics to test its safety.Sarah is also j…
 
Mary Wharmby is a designer and educator with 20 years of experience guiding teams in the creation of both customer-facing products and services and employee-facing tools and systems. She is the former Head of Design Transformation at the global bank, BBVA, where she architected and led a team dedicated to driving innovation by strategically infusin…
 
Though a law requiring clinical trial results reporting has been on the books for decades, many researchers have been slow to comply. Now, 2 years after the law was sharpened with higher penalties for noncompliance, investigative correspondent Charles Piller took a look at the results. He talks with host Sarah Crespi about the investigation and a s…
 
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