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Working Scientist is the Nature Careers podcast. It is produced by Nature Portfolio, publishers of the international science journal Nature. Working Scientist is a regular free audio show featuring advice and information from global industry experts with a strong focus on supporting early career researchers working in academia and other sectors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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Open-minded conversations on some new ideas about the scientific study of consciousness & the brain. Join neurobiologist Bernard Baars, originator of Global Workspace Theory (GWT), acclaimed author in psychobiology, and one of the founders of the modern science of consciousness and his guests to discover the conscious brain.
 
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In this provocative conversation, we explore smell, taste and consciousness with Professor Stuart Firestein, one of the world's experts on olfaction and taste. Dr. Stuart Firestein is an esteemed neuroscientist who specializes in the olfactory system ⎯ why and how our brains and noses sense smell. Stuart is the former chair of Columbia University's…
 
How do you learn leadership skills as a researcher, and how well is science served by its current crop of leaders? These are just two of the questions asked of scientific leaders from a range of sectors and backgrounds in this five-part Working Scientist podcast series, all about leadership. In this episode, Hagen Zimer tells Julie Gould about the …
 
Neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (NOWS) represents a major public health problem in the US with a high socioeconomic burden. The pathophysiology of this condition is not yet fully understood. Data from animal models have shown that opioids modulate brain reward signalling via an inflammatory cascade, however no such data exist for opioid-exposed…
 
How do you learn leadership skills as a researcher, and how well is science served by its current crop of leaders? These are just two of the questions asked of scientific leaders from a range of different sectors and backgrounds in this five-part Working Scientist podcast series all about leadership. In this episode, Spanish neuroscience and mental…
 
How do you learn leadership skills as a researcher, and how well is science served by its current crop of leaders? These are just two of the questions asked of scientific leaders from a range of different sectors and backgrounds in this five-part Working Scientist podcast series. In this episode, Charu Kaushic, a research group leader at McMaster U…
 
In this episode, we examine Human Consciousness and AI, and particularly the popular idea that AI will become conscious at some point. Because conscious brains are the product of enormous periods of evolution and environmental conditions that keep changing in basic ways, the popular idea that machine consciousness is just around the corner is quest…
 
Rare diseases affect millions of people in the USA. However, access to subspecialty care is not distributed equitably and there may be other barriers to clinic attendance. Furthermore, once established within the genetics clinic, families may still face barriers along the path to getting a molecular diagnosis. In this episode, we meet Early Career …
 
Alongside the stresses of adapting to a new country and settling into a new lab, scientists who have made the move abroad since 2020 often face extra barriers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These include rescinded job offers, postponed start dates, burdensome vaccine paperwork and long and lonely stints in quarantine hotels. Neuroscientist J…
 
Kelsey Byers outlines some of the things disabled scientists should look out when they are looking to move labs, both at home and abroad. Byers, an evolutionary chemical ecologist who was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome in her 20s and is now a group leader at the John Innes Institute, a plant and microbial research institute in Norwich, UK, a…
 
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) causes significant long-term morbidity and mortality, particularly in children. There is some evidence that the innate immune system, in particular neutrophil activity, can be compromised in adult-onset lupus. Yet there is a paucity of data on neutrophil activity in pediatric SLE. This month on Pediapod, we join E…
 
After completing a PhD in cancer biology at the University of Chicago, Illinois, in 2017, Tim Fessenden moved to a laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge to focus on immunology. Fessenden, who is now an editor at the Journal of Cell Biology in New York City, says that alongside adjusting to a new lab culture, he needed…
 
The home of the late Nobel Laureate, Gerald Edelman, is the setting for this elevated discussion on human consciousness. In this episode, Bernie is joined by Gerald's son and neuroscientist David Edelman, developmental neuropsychiatrist Dr. Jay Giedd, and professional magician Mark Mitton. What level of biology is relevant to the study of conscious…
 
In the third episode of this six-part Working Scientist podcast series about moving labs, three researchers who moved abroad for work describe how they handled the challenges it brought, including language barriers, cultural differences and experiences of racism. Sara Suliman, an immunology researcher and assistant professor at the University of Ca…
 
In the second episode of this Working Scientist podcast series about moving labs, physical geographer Mette Bendixen and her ecologist husband Lars Iversen describe how they resolved their two-body problem after moving from Denmark to the United States in 2018 with their three-year-old son. With the help of supportive supervisors and a sympathetic …
 
Laboratory leaders are not doing you a favour when they hire you, says geneticist Joanne Kamens, a senior consultant at The Impact Seat, a scientific workplace consultancy based in Boston, Massachusetts. Because of the long hours and relatively low pay, you are doing them one by offering them your labour, she explains. Kamens lists questions you ne…
 
In 2016, Salome Maswime’s five-year mid-career award from the South African Medical Research Council gave the clinician and global health researcher some much-needed funding security, enabling her to recruit staff and offer bursaries to graduate students as she established her own research group. In the United States, the National Science Foundatio…
 
95% of adolescents in the US have access to a smartphone and 45% report being online "almost constantly". Beyond the general time spent on screens, the control over usage and the interference into other activities are also important considerations and could reflect problematic screen use. This week on Pediapod, we meet Early Career Investigator, Pr…
 
How are mid-career scientists’ research efforts affected when they take on administrative and leadership positions? What is their advice about navigating workplace politics? And do their employers treat them better, or worse, than their junior colleagues? These are just some of the questions early-career researchers wanted mid-career colleagues to …
 
We think of the cortex in terms of anatomical regions, but the cortex works as a whole. Static, gross anatomical divisions are superseded by the dynamical connectome of cortex. This holistic viewpoint is detailed in the recent paper in the Journal Frontiers in Psychology: Consciousness Research, titled "Global Workspace Theory & Prefrontal Cortex: …
 
Life satisfaction can hit rock bottom in midlife before bouncing back as our ageing brains start to feel less regretful about missed opportunites, says Hannes Schwandt, a health economist at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Kieran Setiya, a philosopher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, adds that the mid-career…
 
Trying to achieve balance in your personal and professional lives is misguided, four researchers tell Julie Gould in the third episode of Muddle of the Middle, a six-part podcast series about the mid-career stage in science. Jen Heemstra, a chemistry professor at Washington University in St. Louis, says that the aim should instead be to avoid allow…
 
The Baby Doe Regulations, which regulate the provision of life-sustaining treatment to seriously ill neonates, caused a stir amongst neonatologists when they were first enacted in the 1980s. The fear at the time was that they would restrict their ability to provide optimal care to seriously ill patients by mandating the use of aggressive treatments…
 
In 2012, more than a decade years after graduating with a bachelor’s degree in French, mother-of-six Bethany Kolbaba Kartchner switched to science, rising at 4 a.m. to study for an associate’s degree in biochemistry at Maricopa Community Colleges in Tempe, Arizona. In the second episode of Muddle of the Middle, a six-part podcast series about the m…
 
We at UFO HQ and ACIR HQ will share our WHO's WHO DATABASE and BUILD with PROJECT 1947, and HOW TO HONOR OUR CUFUS former shares, NICAP shares, and all other acronyms in a glossary for our NEW UAP ASSOCIATES BLOG. JAN ALDRICH and TJ MORRIS. MIB IFSB, We have been open source information however, as an latest laws due to gender may decide to be a cl…
 
Is 40 too young for a scientist to describe themselves as mid-career? If the term can’t be defined by age, does it refer to landing tenure, to achieving a level of autonomy or to serving on multiple academic committees? Working scientists who no longer define themselves as ‘early career’ tell Julie Gould what this often-neglected career stage means…
 
UFO Association - UAP Associates, https://ufoassociation.org. 850-376-9100. Historians, Ufologists, Jan Aldrich, and Theresa J Morris, of the USA, share nuts and bolts of history, research, and development on various groups. Veterans or members in former UFO groups such as CUFOS, NICAP, MUFON, NARCAP, Project1947.com, etc. We combine how our future…
 
For depressed preterm neonates, initiating positive pressure ventilation is the most important factor in facilitating transition. Therefore the recommendation for depressed neonates is to immediately cut the umbilical cord and begin resuscitation. However, many studies have shown that delaying the clamping of the umbilical cord also benefits preter…
 
ACO Club 516-387-1804 please call in and share a life oddity or memory. is about speechcraft and communication for our ACO Ascension Cosmos Oracles and ACE Metaphysical Institute, while we learn about life from each other. 516-387-1804. Call Ins Welcome. Jim Thomas, Forensic Scientist, State of Texas, and Brenda C. Thomas an R.N., and Administrator…
 
We support our Ascension Church Ohana, Ascension Cosmos Oracles, American Culture Internet Relations in Spiritual Educational Fellowship of our ACE Metaphysical Institute Invisible College for American Communications Online Broadcast Media News Publishing Platform.On Sundays, we have spent 10 years t--alking about the Ascension Age.…
 
Intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) occurs in around 45% of infants born below 26 weeks gestational age, causing significant lifelong morbidity and mortality. However, there is currently no effective treatment. In part, this is due to the lack of well-characterised representative preterm animal models with long-term follow up. In this episode, we mee…
 
Ascension Cosmos Oracles Corp., Theresa J Morris Psychic Medium and Michael Woods Artististic Impressions, Brenda C. Thomas of TX, & Friends share Psychic University American Communications Online ACO CLUB, Integrative Medicine Caregivers & Health & Healing Earth Angels, Dawns Angel Caregivers. For reading to paypalme.com/tjmorrisetradio. Then cont…
 
516-387-1804 ACE FOLKLIFE HISTORICAL SOCIETY and ASCENSION COSMOS ORACLES CORP join forces for the Invisible College of the Akashic FIeld and A Field of The Theory of Everything. We share the KNOWING COSMOLOGY topics for our METAPHYSICIANS and THEOSOPHOSOPHICAL CITIZENS of Cyberspace Culture Community Club dealing with the topics of the Mystics, Or…
 
UFO headquarters (HQ) Gulf Breeze, FL USA 32563 - Agent of Service, TJ Morris Media Agency Org shares 10 years of promoting UFO Association Oral and Oracle Reports with Jan Aldrich, Michael Woods, Ken Johnston Sr., Ben Pellom, Tom Huppert, and others. MIKE WOODS CO-HOST for TJ Morris Organization on Facebook for social media contact. Call Ins Welco…
 
Human Interaction is just for FUN! TJ Morris Entertainment Media Friends of ACO Club, BeingTheolocution -SOS Yeomans' Work - Mind Sharing COurage of Convictions - Cyberspace Culture Current Events. Unexampled Views and opinions and 99 percent original as all our higher selves Avant guarde meaning. UFO ALienology Super Natural Conscious is important…
 
UFOS, UAPS, ETS, ALIENS, MARS, MOON & MEN! WHO IS WATCHING US? BEN PELLOM of Georgia, Pellom Planetary Research Group has invited Tom Huppert WA in Cyberspace Culture Community to meet artist Michael Lee Woods, of UFO Radio Land. MIKE UFOLOGIST shares a conversation that is shaping the future conversation of what it means to be alive on planet eart…
 
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