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An official journal of the Genetics Society, Heredity publishes high-quality articles describing original research and theoretical insights in all areas of genetics. Research papers are complimented by News & Commentary articles and reviews, keeping researchers and students abreast of hot topics in the field.
 
Genepod is the podcast from the journal Genetics in Medicine, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we delve into the latest research in medical genetics and genomics, featuring highlighted content from this leading journal.
 
The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a new podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast
 
The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
Radical Stepmoms is a podcast about the good, bad and really ugly moments about raising a child that you didn’t create. Here I’ll discuss the realities of co-parenting, the ways stepmother hood affects a marriage, the relationship with our step kids and most of all... navigating the relationship with ourselves. I want each episode to leave you feeling validated, empowered and oh-so radical, so pour yourself a la croix, a glass of red...or whatever, and listen in on Radical Stepmoms.
 
Singularity.FM is the 1st and best singularity podcast - the place where we interview the future! Singularity.FM is a series of podcast interviews with the best scientists, writers, entrepreneurs, philosophers and artists, debating the technological singularity. The podcast is a conversation about exponential tech, accelerating change, artificial intelligence and ethics: Because technology is not enough!
 
On this podcast focused on health and human longevity, Dr. Jeffrey R. Gladden, MD, FACC, and host Mark Young examine the latest scientific research, technology and bio-hacks to uncover the truth about the human body’s potential for extending both life and health span well past the what most people accept as biological fact.
 
Where did we come from? One of humanity's most basic questions, the answer is fascinating. Weaving together insights from the fields of genetics, archaeology, linguistics, and paleoanthropology, hosts Spencer Wells and Razib Khan take us on a grand tour of human history. Scientific storytelling at its best.
 
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory's Base Pairs podcast ​tells​ stories that ​convey​ the power of genetic information – past and present. Named among the 2018 Webby Awards’ “five best podcasts in the world” for the subjects of science and education. Presented the Platinum Award for podcasting by PR News.
 
South Florida moms, Brenda and Kristi, candidly discuss MOTHERHOOD and AUTISM while balancing heels, cocktails, and meltdowns. They share the challenges and triumphs that define the parenting journey of their own special needs sons (autism spectrum disorder + CHRNA7 genetic duplication). Together, they provide community support and a lifeline to parents of newly diagnosed children, teens, and adults. Guests bring essential professional information to educate and empower families. The blondes ...
 
Hosted by Rasta Jeff of Irie Genetics, The Grow From Your Heart Podcast is your source for cannabis news, education and conversation. If you're a new grower or a professional grower, a new smoker or dedicated dabber, if you're a cannabis activist or someone who is just curious about the current state of cannabis, this is the podcast for you! Join us for cannabis conversations and grow lessons from some of the most experienced cannabis breeders, ganja growers, extract artists and cannabis ind ...
 
This is a podcast series called Demystifying Genetics where I, Matt Burgess, Genetic Counsellor interview other genetic counsellors or people working in genetics. We chat about human clinical genetics, genetic counselling, ethics, pyschosocial issues and more. More information can be found at https://www.insightgenomica.com.au/podcasts/
 
A weekly interview series from Russell Brand that examines what's beneath the surface—of the people we admire, the ideas that define our time, and the history we’re told. Speaking with guests from the worlds of academia, popular culture, and the arts, Russell seeks to uncover the ulterior truth behind our constructed reality. And have a laugh. On his new podcast ‘Above the Noise’ Russell guides us all—curious beginners, spiritual skeptics, and experienced practitioners—in brief, 10-minute me ...
 
Spit is an iHeartRadio podcast with 23andMe where host Baratunde Thurston sits down with the most interesting cultural influencers of our time to explore how DNA testing gives us a new perspective on who we are and how we are all connected. Join us for an intimate conversation and the unscripted thoughts and opinions of award-winning recording artists John Legend, Melissa Etheridge, Wyclef Jean and Pete Wentz as we talk science vs stories, nature vs nurture, family, race and a whole lot more ...
 
Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
 
Join Ambry Genetics for exciting, on-demand updates in genetic technologies and clinical diagnostics. Ambry’s core values have always included collaborating and sharing scientific discoveries to help families affected by genetic conditions. Tune in here for cutting-edge discussions from leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers on a wide variety of topics.
 
Genealogy Gems Podcast shows you, the family historian, how to make the most out of your family history research time by providing quick and easy to use research techniques. In addition, you will learn creative ways to share your family tree and the legacy of your ancestors. Lisa Louise Cooke guides you through the exhilarating process of discovering your family tree. She scours the family history landscape to find and bring you the best websites, best practices, and best resources available ...
 
Genetically Podified is a podcast about all things Genetically Modified! Join Roberta and James for weekly episodes discussing the goods, the bads, and the uglies of GM. Roberta and James are PhD students, GM experts, and passionate about explaining the positives and highlighting the negatives of GM. Come set sail with them on this voyage of learning and laughs!
 
Science Talk takes you deeply into the world of science audio. Sometimes we travel deep into the wilderness. Sometimes deep into the mind of a scientific expert. The experience will always stimulate your auditory neurons, even if you don't know quite where you're headed at the start. Also check our daily podcast from Scientific American : "60-Second Science." To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
Join Kenny Troiano, and his co-hosts, Frank Bradley – Master Breeder, Jeff Mattocks – Poultry Nutritionist, and Dr. Rachel Potter – Veterinarian, as they talk about various subjects concerning breeding, feeding and health care, and the raising of gamefowl and chickens. They will also address many issues that Breeders like you are dealing with every day.
 
Exploring all things genetics. Cambridge University Alumnus and current CEO of Sano Genetics Dr Patrick Short analyses the science, interviews the experts and helps share the stories of people who have been personally affected by genetic conditions. To take part in the latest research studies mentioned in this podcast please visit sanogenetics.com/research
 
Microvibez present "Genetic Soundscapes" Podcast . Providing the finest Techno from the Netherlands. Official Microvibez page: https://www.microvibez.com follow me on: https://www.facebook.com/Microvibez Microvibez 's productions are supported by big names for the likes of : Dubfire, Laurent garnier, Loco & Jam, Erphun, Trevor Rockcliffe, Richie Hawtin, Jean Claude Ades, , Gareth Whitehead, Michel de Hey, Ferhat Albayrak and many others.
 
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We tell the story of transmissible tumours, looking at the history of contagious cancers in dogs, devils, clams and cannibal hamsters. Plus, the man who caught cancer from his tapeworm. Full show notes, music credits and references online at GeneticsUnzipped.com Follow us on Twitter @GeneticsUnzip Genetics Unzipped is written and presented by Kat A…
 
Professor Matthew Cobb looks at how genetic engineering became big business - from the first biotech company that produced human insulin in modified bacteria in the late 1970s to the companies like Monsanto which developed and then commercialised the first GM crops in the 1990s. Were the hopes and fears about these products of genetic engineering r…
 
PodcastAwards.com Select “DNA Today: A Genetics Podcast” in the Science & Medicine Category If you enjoy our episodes we would really appreciate you nominating us in the Podcast Awards. We are hoping to defend our title as the Best Science and Medicine Podcast! In order to do this, we need YOU listeners to get DNA Today nominated at podcastawards.c…
 
Saroja Voruganti, Associate Professor at UNC Chapel Hill, shares her passion for nutrition as she discusses the fields of nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics. The Bioinformatics CRO is a fully distributed contract research company that serves the computational biology needs of biotechnology companies, with a focus on genomics. https://www.bioinformatic…
 
With areas opening back up across the country and world, many are looking forward to going outside during the summer. After being stuck at home during lockdown, many might be thinking more about their “summer body” and wondering whether a DNA test can optimize their nutritional health. In this episode, we talk with Jill West, a Registered Dietician…
 
Human physical activities differ significantly from other species. How, when and why did these capabilities evolve? What adaptations underlie them? And how did the evolution of human physical activity affect other key human characteristics that have advanced our species? Herman Pontzer explores the evolution of metabolism, Grazyna Jasienska discuss…
 
In the third episode of The Rising Tide Podcast, Dr. Madhuri Hegde, Perkin-Elmer’s Chief Scientific Officer, and co-author on the 2015 "Standards and Guidelines for the Interpretation of Sequence Variants: a joint consensus recommendation of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, and the Association for Molecular Pathology," sits do…
 
In this special episode we’re sharing Patrick’s guest appearance on Genomics England’s new podcast, The G Word. Patrick speaks to Chris Wigley, CEO of Genomics England, about his work on the Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD) project during his PhD and how his career has focused on the power of translation research to directly impact on and …
 
First this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss the paradox of metabolically healthy obesity. They chat about the latest research into the relationships between markers of metabolic health—such as glucose or cholesterol levels in the blood—and obesity. They aren’t as tied as you might think.Next, Colin Dayan…
 
It’s easy to see how lots of people singing, shouting and smooching in a stuffy space would keep a virologist up at night. Within hours of nightclubs reopening the Prime Minister announced that full vaccination will be the condition of entry from September. The Netherlands recently tried reopening its clubs and quickly decided to close them again a…
 
It is reproductive rights and freedoms month and on the show today we have a discussion about donor anonymity. Joining us to talk about donor anonymity is Gina Davis, founder of advocate genetics, who is a multi-state licensed, board-certified genetic counselor who specializes in the field of reproductive medicine. EMPOWER website: https://empowerd…
 
Welcome to Blue Genes and Boots everyone! In this episode, our two hosts Matthew Jevitt and Lilia Sanchez sit down with senior graduate students Joseph Dubie and Samantha Iiams. They discuss their research, their experiences as grad students, and give advice to future and current students. If you want to know more about the Genetics program at Texa…
 
Researchers debate whether an ancient fossil is the oldest animal yet discovered, and a new way to eavesdrop on glaciers. In this episode: 01:04 Early sponge This week in Nature, a researcher claims to have found a fossil sponge from 890-million-years-ago. If confirmed, this would be more than 300-million-years older than the earliest uncontested a…
 
In this episode, Apostolos Chalkis presents sampling steadystates of metabolic networks as an alternative to the widely used flux balanceanalysis (FBA). We also discuss dingo, aPython package written by Apostolos that employs geometric random walks tosample steady states. You can see dingo in actionhere. Links: Dingo on GitHub Searching for COVID-1…
 
Christina chats with Laurie, a seasoned and full-time stepmom. Just after their wedding day, Laurie became a full-time stepmom when her stepson's mom moved out of the country. Laurie shares her story of bonding with her stepson, the teen years, being called "mom" and how she kept her marriage strong with a non-traditional "honeymoon" stage. Laurie …
 
Jill Escher is the president of the National Council on Severe Autism and has prepared a strong message for the world: every autism parent is in a state of panic, and the “unaffected,” should be too. Yes, could this mean you. “Severe” or “not-so-pretty” autism voices demand a place at the table, and no noisy, lame attempt to shame the advocates ove…
 
Bettina Hein, CEO and founder of juli, is a serial tech entrepreneur, using artificial intelligence to help people manage symptoms of chronic illness. The Bioinformatics CRO is a fully distributed contract research company that serves the computational biology needs of biotechnology companies, with a focus on genomics. https://www.bioinformaticscro…
 
Archaeological evidence shows that ancient people ate carbs, long before domesticated crops. While the idea that early humans subsisted mainly on meat persists, archaeologists are increasingly understanding that ancient people have actually long been in love with carbs, even before the advent of agriculture. This is an audio version of our feature:…
 
Bev Francis found out by accident she was the strongest woman in the world. It was the late 1970s, and the sport of women’s weightlifting was still new. When international records were compared, no one was as strong as Bev: she could defy gravity, lifting more than three times her bodyweight. Meet this forgotten champion of women’s muscle sports, w…
 
Early in 2021 the United Kingdom, along with several other countries, allowed mass gatherings as part of a series of controlled studies aimed at better understanding the role events could play in the pandemic. The goal was to inform policy - however early results have provided limited data on viral transmission. As the Olympic games kick off in Tok…
 
This week I spoke with Robert Macfarlane. Robert is a writer and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He is known for his books on landscape, nature, place, people and language. He is author of Underland and Mountains of the Mind: A History of a Fascination. This is a beautiful and fascinating episode. Robert is an incredible writer and investi…
 
Billions Of Sea Creatures, Lost To Heat Waves A couple weeks ago, the Pacific Northwest saw record-breaking temperatures. News coverage captured countless people suffering, and dying, during triple-digit heat the region had never seen before. Portland and Seattle reached their highest temperatures ever recorded. Canada set a new record for the high…
 
Flooding Worldwide Fits Climate Change Models While the western United States is burning again this summer, other parts of the world are drowning. Germany, Belgium, and China saw floods this week after intense rainstorms that dropped many inches of rain in matters of hours, killing hundreds and displacing thousands. In Turkey and Nigeria, less dead…
 
Language is how we connect — to each other, to the past, to the future — how we create culture, communicate ideas, and make decisions. Scientists are keen to discover more about how language works, and how we actually learn to talk. On this episode — why do some species have language, and others don’t? What can bird whistles teach us about the mech…
 
First this week, Associate Editor Kelly Servick joins us to discuss a big push to develop scalable blood tests for Alzheimer’s disease and how this could advance research on the disease and its treatment.Next, Amir Khan, a senior scientist at the Physics Institute of the University of Zurich and the Institute of Geophysics at ETH Zürich, talks with…
 
Today’s show rundown: Short Telomeres in relation to COVID 19 Jeff talks more about telomeres and where you can find info Mark introduces today's guest Dr. Dayan Goodenowe Dr. Goodenowe talks a little about what he does and how he got started Function and Disease can not co-exist LDL & HDL functions in the brain Cholesterol and mortality rates We'r…
 
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we caught up with Jason Buenrostro from Harvard University to talk about his work on developing biological tools to measure chromatin dynamics in single-cells. He explains how his lab uses these tools to study chromatin alterations in different cell types and disease states to uncover new mechanisms of ge…
 
On this episode we discuss the document on vitrification released earlier this year. Our guest today is Dr. Sangita Jindal, the IVF Lab Director and associate professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore’s Institute for Reproductive Medicine. Link to document: A review of best practices of rapid-cooling vitrification for oocy…
 
Biologist Matthew Cobb presents the first episode in a series which looks at the fifty year history of genetic engineering: from the concerns around the first attempts at combining the DNA of one organism with the genes of another in 1971, to today’s gene editing technique known as Crispr.The first experiments to combine the DNA of two different or…
 
Funding for gun violence research in the US returns after a 20-year federal hiatus, and the glass sponges that can manipulate ocean currents. In this episode: 00:45 Gun violence research is rebooted For 20 years there has been no federally-funded research on gun violence in the US. In 2019, $25 million a year was allocated for this work. We speak t…
 
Christina chats with Karen, a mom who can speak to the complexities of sharing custody of her daughter, navigating a relationship with a stepmom and...this is where it gets juicy... what happens when you fall back in love with your ex and now YOU'RE THE STEPMOM to your child's half sibling? WHAT?! That's right, listen in as Karen shares her story o…
 
Today’s episode is about a future where humans get weird with sleep. First, what if we tried to take shifts all day, every day? Second, what if we tried to become nocturnal? Guests: Dr. Matthew Wolf-Meyer, an associate professor of anthropology at Binghamton University and author of The Slumbering Masses: Sleep, Medicine, and Modern American Life. …
 
Bharath Ramsundar, founder and CEO of Deep Forest Sciences, described many applications of artificial intelligence in biotech, society, and the military. The Bioinformatics CRO is a fully distributed contract research company that serves the computational biology needs of biotechnology companies, with a focus on genomics. https://www.bioinformatics…
 
In July last year, after a surge in Covid outbreaks, 3000 residents in nine public housing towers in Melbourne were forced into hard lockdown. Police surrounded the buildings and no one was allowed in or out. The controversial lockdown drew a lot of criticism. Residents struggled to get hold of essential supplies and the heavy police presence made …
 
This week I spoke with Lisa Marchiano! Lisa is a Jungian analyst, author of Motherhood: Facing and Finding Yourself and co-host of This Jungian Life podcast. In this episode we speak about Lisa’s new book about parenting, and how becoming a parent or taking on those responsibilities, is an incredible opportunity for growth. We learn so much about o…
 
Most of the conversations surrounding MTHFR and methylation focus on supplements. In today's episode, we spoke with Amanda Archibald, RD from The Genomic Kitchen about her whole foods approach to personalized nutrition and, specifically, methylation. Podcast listeners can get 15% off a custom nutrition plan with code PODCASTGF.…
 
Songbirds Suffer Mystery Illness From The East Coast To The Midwest The reports started in late May: Songbirds in Washington, D.C. and neighboring regions were being found dead, often with swollen and crusty eyes. In the days that followed, similar sightings came from many states, including Kentucky, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Now, the…
 
Research For New Battery Technology Is Gaining Steam As countries around the world set their goals for decarbonizing their economies, it’s becoming clear that batteries may play a pivotal role in smoothing out the peaks and valleys of solar and wind power productions, as well as driving a shift to electric vehicles, and providing power for other pa…
 
Here is our next installment of a new pop-up podcast miniseries that takes your ears into the deep sound of nature. Host Jacob Job , an ecologist and audiophile, brings you inches away from a multitude of creatures, great and small, amid the sonic grandeur of nature. You may not be easily able to access these places amid the pandemic, but after you…
 
It’s time to defend our title as the Best 2020 Science and Medicine Podcast! The Podcast Awards Nominations are open! So we need you listeners to get DNA Today nominated at podcastawards.com. We were against very popular podcasts last year, and because of your support we won. To win again, we need all of you to nominate DNA Today in the Science & M…
 
The UK government has announced that virtually all COVID restrictions will be removed in England on Monday 18th July. This will do away with social distancing requirements, allow businesses to re-open to full capacity and remove legal mask mandates. This decision comes, however, amidst soaring infections rates in the country, driven by the delta va…
 
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