The Science Museums resident comedy team sit down and chat with some interesting folk to discuss the Science Museum and the wondrous objects it houses. Fun facts and enlightening tales from behind the scenes are promised.
The official podcast of the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, featuring interviews with the people in and behind exhibits at the Western Hemisphere's largest science museum. Visit the Museum's website at www.msichicago.org.
A history musuem, a clock and watchmaking museum, a science museum, the Time Museum is above all a place of dialogue between world time, city time and human time.Located since 2002 in the Granvelle Palace, itself a historical monument, the Time Museum pays hommage to the history and tradition of clockmaking in Besançon.
From the Museum of Science in Boston. Podcasting an in-depth look at the latest in science and technology through weekly interviews with guest researchers and our Museum staff.
Science, culture and everything in between. Feel the heat. All species welcome.
The Sauropodcast is where you can find provocative, engaging, enlightening conversations about science. Produced by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and hosted by award-winning science journalist John Mangels, this half-hour interview show features scientists and science newsmakers discussing cutting-edge topics from the frontiers of research and the intersection of science, policy, popular culture and everyday life. It’s science out loud.
Video from Science in the City, at the first annual Cambridge Science Festival, presented by the MIT Museum.
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Control Structure is a podcast about computer science, IT news, stories, opinions, tips, and tricks for programmers, testers, administrators of all types and more, for fun or for profit hosted by Andrew Bailey and guests. And also some other things, just because they are cool
Science is way personal.
Is the key to a battery-powered future lying 4000 metres below the sea surface?
12 rabbits that turned a nation crazy. Cue: a plague, the founder of immunology, a famous actress, and ten million dollars.
A life and death mission. An extraordinary relationship.
They were pursuing their dreams, now they're running for their lives. Afghan scholars speak. Will the world listen?
This deadly pair of scientists are smashing ... barriers.
One, two, three ... and then ... more. When humans learnt how to count to more, then came mayhem and marvels. Bestselling science writer Dr Michael Brooks on The Art of More.
Raymond Schinazi has been fighting viruses his whole career, with some mighty wins against these molecular mischief makers. Can we learn from the past to treat this coronavirus?
Two artists making the invisible visible. What does making nanoart reveal about us — gargantuans in a world of atoms? (REPEAT)
Who will win? Spin and hope or raw, sobering reality?
Two baby teeth and a whole world of secrets. Meet the DNA detectives hunting for the ghosts of pandemics past.
In the windy, wet, wild world of the subarctic, science is done differently.
Don't mess with this virus. Extraordinary stories from the 3 UK doctors we first met a year ago, all living with 'long COVID'
Three UK doctors share their moving, eviscerating personal experiences of 'long COVID' [REPEAT]. And next episode, how are they nearly a year on as England opens up? [NEW]
Deep in the dirt are stories that need to be told ... by artists, scientists... and those damn (wonderful) ants.
Ouch, that hurts. But who will listen? Down on the farm, understanding the biology of pain could make a real difference.
Yolgnu women want to make the the land shake again. Why?
Lace up your boots. Get down and dirty. We're hunting the impossible.
Nature's rules are made to be broken. Paul Steinhardt just had to find a way.
Research on human embryos has been very constrained. Will that change?
Flower power, and the mighty battle that divided nations.
A skeleton with a back story that's almost too bizarre to believe. What would Suzy think? [REPEAT]
Psychotherapist Maurice Temerlin called Lucy his "daughter"...but then things got weird. [REPEAT]
Death threats. Cyber harassment. Meet three dogged scientists on a mission ...
Few scientists can say they saved the planet. Paul Crutzen did. Legit.
Dark Matter sleuth. #BlackinSTEM pioneer. Particles for Justice co-founder. This incredible physicist will change your sense of the universe and your role in it.
This scientist's childhood in a cult was ... let's say ... wild. The light and dark of the path to enlightenment.
Pass the scalpel - taxidermy is on the menu.
88 metres underground, in the labyrinth of chambers and corridors of the world’s large particle accelerator, art and science collide in wild and wonderful ways.
An athlete plays detective to clear her name from scandal. Is anti-doping science to blame?
Don't forget this. You're an animal. And it just might be lovely.
There is nothing this physicist with radical roots won't think about!
The pandemic is personal and political for data scientist Inioluwa Deb Raji and historian of medicine Evelynn Hammonds.
A sliding door moment. A test of character. A career on the line. What would you do?
When Jimena Canales went looking, she found them everywhere. But Science's demons are not the supernatural souls of religion.
No-one thought they would work. This dogged scientist persisted with a difficult idea. Now it's driving the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
You're a top cancer scientist. And then you get cancer. Suddenly you become "A Cancer Patient", and one of your colleagues is wielding the (robotic) scalpel. A story about science, knowledge, and vulnerability. (Summer Season highlight)
Why do deadly viruses love bats so much, why don’t bats get crook, and what’s with China’s wild wet markets? The curious making of a pandemic. (Summer Season highlight)
Three generations with powerful, personal stories of family lost and found, racism, and the right to education reclaimed. This is not your average Science Summer School. (Summer Season highlight)
Pack your pyjamas, we’re heading to camp! From Arnhem Land to Adelaide, Caboolture to Coffs – let's gather from far and wide to meet on Kaurna country. A scientific and cultural odyssey in two parts. (Summer Season highlight)
A flesh-eating botanical saga. Outside the hallowed halls of science, revolutions are made. (Summer Season highlight)
From Day of the Triffids to Little Shop of Horrors, meet a most sagacious animal. What the hell is a plant doing eating flesh? (Summer Season highlight)
Imagine holding in the palm of your hand an object that holds a big secret - one that could unlock the history of the Australian continent.
A million migratory birds, a 26 year civil war...what's an Australian mining company got its eye on?
Decorated, detachable, curly, spiked, thorny, hooks, claspers, valves, flaps, spirals...is it time to reconsider what makes a penis...a penis?
Two teams...science journalists...scientists...and twenty big years of big science to bone up on. Let the hilarity begin. Ready, set, go!
It's the cosmic glue that tethers us together in the universe, ever-present but invisible. Poet Alicia Sometimes meets Australia's dark matter detectives.
If we made machines our kin, our siblings, our children...would we think differently about their design? Why Indigenous thinking can change A.I...
Two seasoned journalists pick up stethoscopes to become doctors...in the middle of a global pandemic. And a punk band in the making.
How do you climb inside the mind of someone who commits an evil act?