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Tiny Matters

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Tiny Matters

The American Chemical Society

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Tiny Matters is a science podcast about the little things that make the big things in our world—both good and bad—possible. Every other Wednesday, join hosts Sam Jones and Deboki Chakravarti as they answer questions like, 'what is a memory?', 'is sugar actually addictive?' and 'what happened to Zika virus?'
 
Stay up to date with some of the biggest regulatory and chemical management stories from the last 30 days. Every month Chemical Watch journalists will explain the background and significance of some of our key stories, giving you additional context and insight into the regulatory and chemical management developments affecting you, your team and your organisation.
 
Thank you for listening to the Chemical Sensitivity Podcast! You will hear inspiring conversations with people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) and researchers of all kinds. The podcast is accountable to the community, and there will be many opportunities for listener engagement. Brought to you by fellow canary, Aaron Goodman, Ph.D., longtime journalist and communication studies researcher with assistance from producer Kiana Holland. New episodes twice a month! Please subscribe on Ap ...
 
This podcast is an introspection of Christian A. Rivera, an INTP Enneagram 1 who started this podcast to catalog the detangling of mental health and personality to figure out how to live the life he wants. Other models such as the Enneagram and spiral Dynamics are also referenced to help triangulate solutions to more complex issues. Consider our courses at http://www.happychemicals.org and follow Christian at letsgocnote.substack.com
 
Tech Takes podcast knows what matters to you. Thought-provoking interviews with industry leaders, government officials, academia and influencers on hot topics relevant to the engineering and applied science profession and the technologies that shape the world around us.
 
The official podcast featuring legendary DJ Paul Oakenfold delivers a fresh mix in every weekly episode. The Grammy-nominated artist, DJ, producer, composer, and remixer tours the world constantly and acquires exclusive music from all corners of the globe – from trance, minimal, house to progressive. For news, tour schedule, and more info visit pauloakenfold.com.
 
Whether you work with chemicals, have an interest in how chemicals affect us and the environment or work as a journalist or decision-maker in the field of manufactured chemicals, the Safer Chemicals Podcast is for you. We give you the latest updates on how chemicals are being regulated in the EU and what harmful chemicals are being phased out. Listen to expert views on chemical safety in the EU and join the scientific discussion on key topics including microplastics, glyphosate, endocrine di ...
 
The podcast where we scale up on knowledge so we don't scale up our systems. Find out why working in Industrial Water Treatment is the best job in the world. Hear industry experts share their knowledge and stories. Learn about technologies, methods, and career journeys. Join podcast host Trace Blackmore, former AWT President, LEED, and CWT every Friday for a new episode.
 
The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The Audio Long Read podcast is a selection of the Guardian’s long reads, giving you the opportunity to get on with your day while listening to some of the finest journalism the Guardian has to offer, including in-depth writing from around the world on immigration, crime, business, the arts and much more
 
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Rule Your Pool

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Rule Your Pool

Orenda Technologies, Eric Knight

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Rule Your Pool is a podcast by Orenda Technologies. This show was created for pool owners, operators, and service pros who want the best water quality possible. If you want to know what's really going on with your swimming pool chemistry, this might be the podcast for you. Each week, we'll cover a new topic related to swimming pools, water chemistry, or indoor air quality. With our help, you'll be able to rule your pool without over-treating it with chemicals and wasting money.
 
Dan Neuffer author of CFS Unravelled and creator of the ANS REWIRE recovery program shares his knowledge on healing and recovery from ME, CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS & MCS. Episodes include discussions as well as interviews with recovered patients and expert practitioners.
 
The audio magazine of WACKER shows the many exciting roles chemistry plays in everyday life. Each instalment will give you interesting insights into how chemistry ensures perfectly functioning products in all areas of life. Whether it is drugs, computers, cleaning agents, clothing or toys - WACKER products play a vital role almost everywhere. More: www.wacker.com/podcast
 
Every scandal begins with a lie. But the truth will come out. And then comes the fallout and the outrage. Scandals have shaped America since its founding. From business and politics to sports and society, we look on aghast as corruption, deceit and ambition bring down heroes and celebrities, politicians and moguls. And when the dust finally settles, we’re left to wonder: how did this happen? Where did they trip up, and who is to blame? From the creators of American History Tellers, Business ...
 
Chemical & Engineering News Webinars are thought provoking hour long presentations that support C&EN's mission to provide news and analysis of the chemistry enterprise in a timely, accurate, and balanced fashion. The webinars cover new developments in technology in the chemical, pharmaceutical, life science, and instrumentation industries.
 
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New research reveals the role everyday items such milk cartons and painkillers play in declining sperm health. Infertility is a global health problem. It's estimated one in six couples have difficulties conceiving, with male fertility problems accounting for almost half of all cases. Sperm counts are reported to be falling by around 1.1% per year, …
 
Earlier in the week we spoke to an expert about how the cost of uniforms can be a barrier to learning. Well among the feedback we recEived, there was a message from sOmeone working to address this very problem. They've created, Hand Me Round, which simplifies the selling of second hand uniforms. Robyn Dean who came up with the idea of Hand Me Round…
 
For the first time in three decades Whanganui is going to get its first frequent bus service. It's called Te Ngaru, or 'The Tide' and will run from Castlecliff through to Aramoho, with stops in the city centre and hospital. Running every 20 minutes from 7am and 7pm weekdays and between 9am to 3pm on Saturdays. Whanganui District Council representat…
 
Staff at the country's audiovisual archives Nga Taonga are going to make their 32.5 hour working week permanent. They've been trialling shorter, more flexible hours since the middle of last year, and staff surveys show health and wellbeing improvements. And the best part - their pay has stayed the same. Ngā Taonga's manager of people practice Nell …
 
Heavy rain, thunderstorms, and strong winds knocked out power to thousands of people in parts of the upper North Island this morning. Heavy rain warnings are still in place for Northland, Auckland, Coromandel Peninsula, the Bay of Plenty west of Whakatane, and Mount Taranaki. Metservice meteorologist Lewis Ferris spoke to Māni Dunlop.…
 
The Forestry Minister has confirmed he is open to an independent inquiry into land management in the Tairawhiti district, but the industry says a long term fix would be expensive. Wood debris has been washing up on the region's beaches after extreme weather events such as Cyclone Hale. On Wednesday a 12-year-old boy died at Waikanae Beach in Gisbor…
 
Power cuts, flash floods and intense downpours are currently hitting the upper North Island as Metservice extends its warnings for the Auckland Anniversary Day weekend. Northland and Auckland are under a heavy rain warning today and watches are now in place through to Saturday evening for the Bay of Plenty from Whakatane east, and the Gisborne area…
 
Sam looks into some unexpected comebacks, code-wide uprisings and turning points for pivotal figures in the sporting landscape this week. This includes the amazing story of rower, cyclist, Hamish Bond. Arguably he's one of the country's most competitive athletes and he's now turning out for Team NZ to defend the America's Cup in 2024.…
 
The philanthropic organisation, Woven Earth, offers practical support to families surviving domestic violence, including gifting furniture, household items and toys. Aucklander Kerryn Thrupp founded Woven Earth three years ago and since then 400 families have been helped to set up home and start again. She says the idea for the organisation came to…
 
An outbreak of pathogenic bird flu, H5N1, in a Spanish mink farm could be a cause for concern. Some experts fear the virus may now spill over to other mammals without strict surveillance. Marion Koopmans, professor of virology at Erasmus Medical Centre, talks Roland through the potential risks. India’s caste system affects all aspects of society, b…
 
New research conducted for the Ministry of Health estimates around 300 thousand New Zealanders may have Long Covid, and reccomends the establishment of dedicated long Covid clinics around the country. The survey of nearly 1000 people was conducted for the Ministry by Victoria University epidemologist Dr Mona Jeffreys and Senior Maori Researcher Dr …
 
The official start the the political year was a big week in politics, with New Zealand welcoming new Prime Minister in Chris Hipkins, and celebrations at Ratana kicking off the political year. To go through the developments, political editor Jane Patterson, and deputy political editor Craig McCulloch spoke to Corin Dann and Guyon Espiner.…
 
Around 50 brewers from across the country will descend on Christchurch's Hagley Park this weekend, for the annual Great Kiwi Beer Festival. Up to 12,000 people are expected through the gates to sample around 300 beers. But amid a carbon dioxide shortage, needed to push liquid through pipes and give a brew fizz, some stall-holders have had to call o…
 
There are still concerns about the planned public media shake-up - even among supporters - despite a Select Committee process to strengthen the bill. MPs have made several recommendations in a report on the bill, which if passed, would merge RNZ and TVNZ into one entity. It states the bill in its current form doesn't do enough to protect the entity…
 
The future of the Grand Chateau Tongariro is in limbo with the hotel not taking any new bookings for 2023 and 2024. The hotel itself remains open, but virtually empty, as mystery surrounds next week's release of 'site assessment' reports, some of which RNZ understands relate to to earthquake strengthening and the building's land lease. So what's go…
 
A tragedy on a slash-covered beach in Tairāwhiti has reignited calls for more action on dealing with forestry slash. A 12-year-old boy died on Gisborne's Waikanae Beach on Wednesday evening, with witnesses telling local media the incident involved a floating log. Forestry debris, known as slash, have been washing up on the region's beaches followin…
 
Those looking to get out-and-about for Auckland Anniversary weekend may want to rethink their plans. Heavy rain and strong wind warnings are in place for Auckland, Northland and Coromandel. The forecasted nasty storm has already seen some organisers of large events - like the Mahurangi East Regatta - pull the pin. NIWA meteorologist Ben Noll spoke …
 
The National Party says the merger of TVNZ and RNZ would be dangerous for democracy, and is a costly waste of money. Parliament's Economic Development Select Committee has released its report on a bill, which if passed, would merge the public broadcasters into one entity. National's broadcasting spokesperson Melissa Lee says it opposes the huge cos…
 
A nation-wide egg shortage has left some supermarket shelves stripped bare, and rations on cartons from major retailers remain. Meanwhile, the poultry industry wants a meeting with the major supermarkets to discuss the proposed phase out of colony cage eggs, and warns an end to the shortage is still months away. Countdown spokesperson Nikhil Sawant…
 
Figures show the number of people overdue for elective surgery has grown by thousands. A Planned Care Taskforce was formed in May to cut huge national surgical waiting lists but the situation is now worse than when they started. Those in the field say there is no easy fix. Health Correspondent Rowan Quinn reports.…
 
The Poultry Industry Association says the egg shortage is still months away from improving. He says even though some farmers are buying more chicks to boost their flocks that won't deliver immediate results. Michael Brooks says the shortage in New Zealand has attracted international attention and he's been receiving interview requests from outlets …
 
Free range egg farmers are fielding hundreds of calls and managing a flood of customers at farmers' markets as New Zealanders struggle to get their hands on eggs. The poultry industry warns an end to the shortage is still months away and wants to meet with the major supermarkets. Here's rural reporter Maja Burry.…
 
Tairāwhiti residents say a tragedy at a local beach strewn with woody debris could've been prevented. A 12-year-old boy died on Gisborne's Waikanae Beach on Wednesday evening, with witnesses telling local media the incident involved a floating log. Extreme weather events like Cyclone Hale have sent forestry slash barrelling through the region's wat…
 
NASA has announced it will partner with the US military research agency to develop a nuclear engine for future missions to Mars. Engineers say this technology could reduce a trip to Mars from nine months to four, and the engine could be ready in as soon as four years. NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate lead for space nuclear technologies A…
 
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