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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
The STEM Everyday podcast focuses on how teachers can infuse STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) into their everyday lessons. We explore and share great ideas that inspire students to take ownership in their learning. Each week I interview educators, innovators, & authors who are using creative ways to add STEM to their classrooms and communities everyday!
 
You’ve heard STEM education is essential, but have you ever thought about why? Learn from experts in the field, in academic and in government about the impact of STEM education on our students now—and what strong STEM education will mean for their futures. STEM Essential is a production of the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council, a statewide initiative leading the way for STEM. And while we’re based in Iowa, STEM Essential is for anyone who sees the value in science, technology, engineerin ...
 
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
 
Designed to create STEM connections, cohesion, and elevation within the Southwest region of the United States. You have discovered a place where STEM enthusiasts gather to learn about the amazing STEM rockstars of the region as well as STEM activities that are impacting the world! Whether you are looking to learn more about STEM innovations in New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and California you are in the right place! If you have longed to be united with other STEM nerds, ...
 
Johnson STEM Activity Center, Inc. (JSAC) has been serving Atlanta's children for over a decade. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, our mission is to empower students from diverse and underserved communities through exposure to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). This podcast is sponsored by The Medtronic Foundation. www.medtronic.com
 
We know that powerful things are happening in education and that those powerful things often go unnoticed or are siloed (within a community). We’ve built a space to share those powerful things, where we aren’t constrained by distance and scheduling. We’ll combine our 35 years of K - 12 teaching experience with the unique perspectives of our guests to connect you to relevant ideas and experiences. Listen in to motivate your practice, challenge your current pedagogy, and expand your horizons w ...
 
STEMnews is a weekly podcast hosted by Tyler Siskowic. Each week, we look at the biggest inventions, innovations, and breakthroughs happening within the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) fields. We breakdown the topics reviewed and explain how and why its impacting our world. Follow this show on Twitter @STEMnewsPodcast for STEM related content to appear on your feed.
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
“STEM Professionals Chat” is a unique interview series by the iSTEMCare. We are engaging in thoughtful conversations with both early-career and established STEM professionals across the globe who have made rather unconventional career choices. “STEM professionals chat” as a platform intends to highlight their career journeys as a means to draw attention, spread awareness, and increase the acceptance towards STEM career options beyond just academia and industry. In these uncertain times when ...
 
This Green Planet Podcast offers support and guidance to women who are starting and running a sustainable or STEM-related business. Hosted by Penny Bauder, a 7-figure business leader, environmental scientist, serial entrepreneur, author, and business coach, this podcast is bound to inspire you to do what it takes to have the business of your dreams. Learn more at https://thisgreenplanetpodcast.com/
 
The STEM Read podcast explores the connections between STEM and storytelling. Join hosts Gillian King-Cargile and Dr. Kristin Brynteson as they dive into a hot topic in K-12 education with an educator or STEM expert. After that, they talk with an author whose books can ignite enthusiasm for reading and learning. Get great reading recommendations, spark stemtastic ideas for your classroom or library, and geek out with Gillian and Kristin about science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math.
 
Interviews with Technical People is a podcast that discusses a unique STEM topic each episode through interviews with people participating in those fields. Join us as we broaden our knowledge horizons through dialogue with experts in various fields, hosted by John Robertson and James Havu. Follow our updates on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InterviewsWithTechnicalPeople
 
A weekly podcast to help you navigate your Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematica careers with utmost confidence! A show where you’ll learn strategize, tools and advice from expert guests and your lovely host Prasha S Dutra about how to believe in your brilliance & conquer the world of male dominated careers. Learn how to live a well rounded life in STEM & beyond!
 
Welcome to Best of the WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology), where we believe providing role models for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can change the world. Come along with us as we talk to incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between.
 
Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering & maths), listen up! Being a STEMinist means creating a wildly fulfilling career without compromising your family or social life. Learn how to take back control of your career progression, navigate gender equality issues and stop balancing work with life, and start enjoying it. When you love your whole life, you become a living example that a career in STEM is where it's at. I'm Tiffany Dawson and I'll be teaching you all the stuff no one else ...
 
Are you a naturally curious person? Following on from the Royal Society of Edinburgh's successful Tea & Talk series held during their Curious 2019 summer events programme, the concept has been developed for a digital format to provide access to experts talking on a wide range of subjects and provide the opportunity for listeners to learn something new, expand their horizons and hear from national and world experts in their respective disciplines.
 
From Ben Whitaker, Dan Fitzpatrick and Steven Hope. The Edufuturists podcast is a continuing conversation with guests from all over the world about education, technology, the future and everything between. "I never listened to podcasts before I came across EduFuturist they are mindblowingly amazing!" Z Bukhari.
 
Patients in search of a miracle cure end up in critical condition. The race is on to find out what went wrong before more people get hurt. The trail leads back to a medical company with slick marketing and a charismatic CEO. And to a multibillion dollar stem cell industry where greed and desperation collide. Laura Beil, the award-winning host and reporter of “Dr Death,” returns for this six-part investigative series from Wondery, the makers of “Dirty John” and “The Shrink Next Door.”
 
hosted by rebekah mullen, inline comments leverages rebekah's 20+ years as a woman in STEM to give tips and tricks to the listener from everything ranging from career, tech, fitness and travel. from rebekah's experiences pole dancing, living with drag queens, hiking solo in the desert for days on end and relocating countries 5 times, the listener will always be entertained with actionable advice for building an awesome life and career! got ideas for a future episode? send rebekah a DM on twi ...
 
The SS Inner ramblings podcast is dedicated to providing no nonsense straight talk from the mind of the Stupid Scientist and other STEM professionals. Join us on your routine commute for thought provoking conversations that'll have you questioning why you've never heard of us before. We keep it real on a variety of topics including career navigation, being a minority in the STEM field along with touching base on the ish they never taught you in school.
 
Making STEM a girly thing to do! The podcast highlights career and life advice through experiences and discoveries of women in the industry kicking butt. This podcast talks to all people about breaking the glass ceiling while wearing a steel toed boots. Don't forget to subscribe for new episodes every other Monday for new episode. #DGT = doin' girly things interview | #spacefarming = plant science | #fromtheheart = solo episode
 
The Root of the Science Podcasts airs every Monday. Hosted by Anne Chisa aka Anne with an E. This show has interviews with guests involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) . The purpose of the podcasts is to highlight #AfricansInSTEM across the globe and give them the opportunity to tell their stories in their own voice (literally) about their research or projects. We find out why they are in the STEM field (the ROOT of their science) and have in depth conversations ...
 
Hear from Harvard graduates, Olympiad medalists, charity founders, science fair winners, college admission experts and more. We get their practical tips and advice so you can do the same. This podcast is powered by Crimson Education - visit crimsoneducation.org to learn how to apply to the world’s top universities and create your own extraordinary extracurriculars.
 
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Hello everyone and welcome to the JSAC STEMCast! This episode will feature our new guest host, Sophia Huynh and her amazing guest today, Catherine London! Get ready to warp through time as you listen to Sophia and Catherine delve into what it takes to be an industrial engineer, discover the different theories of quantum physics, and discuss the plo…
 
Dr. Anthony Atala is the Founding Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and the Chair of Urology at the Wake Forest School of Medicine. His team developed the first lab-grown organ to be implanted into a human and he currently oversees a team of over 400 researchers who are working to develop cell therapies and engineer re…
 
Welcome to the 3rd episode of the STEM Professional’s Chat, an interview series by iSTEMCare. In this episode, we have interviewed Dr. Suryesh K. Namdeo, who has traveled a path less explored, from bench scientist/molecular biologist to Program officer in scipol. Science policy involves multidisciplinary aspects spanning science, politics, communic…
 
How long has STEM been around? In this episode, Chris interviews his grandpa Gene “Herb” Clark, who was born on Christmas day in 1925. He graduated high school at the age of sixteen. While in the Navy, Gene studied radio communications and helped send and receive important information during World War II. He later worked for a company that made con…
 
Today we have the second part of our interview with science and health journalist Gary Taubes. In the first part of our interview, episode 124, we talked to Gary about his new book “The Case For Keto: Rethinking Weight Control and the Science and Practice of Low-Carb/High-Fat Eating.” In today’s episode, we talk in detail about a growing body of re…
 
Join authors Artemis Roehrig and Rajani LaRocca as we talk with computer engineer and children's book author Darshana Khiani about everything from semiconductors to saris . Find out more about Darshana on her website. Books recommended on this episode: The Truth about Bears: Seriously Funny Facts about Your Favorite Animals Maxwell Eaton (Author) T…
 
On May 7, 2019, 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo lunged at classmate Devon Erickson, 18, after he and 16-year-old Alec McKinney opened fire on a classroom full of students at STEM School Highlands Ranch, just a few miles from Columbine High in Littleton, Colorado. This episode is brought to you by Best Fiends Music: We Talk of Dreams For references, v…
 
Trying to get STEM business leaders to take gender equality seriously can be so frustrating! Can you relate? Hear me talk about the 5 things I wish they knew which would finally motivate them to take action: No-one in STEM has got gender equality right (yet). So trying something is better than doing nothing. Don't focus your efforts on recruiting m…
 
This week’s guest is young and wise with thoughtful answers to questions we are all asking. Join us as this STEM Rockstar shares his passion for leveling the playing field and building a place where kids can create and learn. STEM Southwest interviews Andrew Proctor and reveals the power of youth. In addition, Bob and Shelly share their plans for a…
 
In this time of Truth and Reconciliation in Canada, the discussion of Indigenous participation in STEM is extremely important. Desiree Marshall-Peer, a Cree-Ojibway educator at the University of British Columbia Okanagan, joins Best of the WWEST producer Vanessa to explore decolonizing STEM and education. We cover how Indigenous ways of knowing are…
 
Comedian and writer Brian Kiley (@kileynoodles) joins Matt and Andy to discuss Andy's new injury, a very reasonable argument for getting vaccinated if you were on the fence about it, Australian cockatoos teaching each other to dumpster dive, a dancing cockatoo, how to bank your voice for others to use, Alex Trebek on Conan, a Russian module mishap …
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to episode 79 My guest today is Dr. Cosnet Lerato Rametse. Born and raised in South Africa. In this episode, we learn that she has always wanted to work in science, and more specifically, she has always been curious about how the body worked, pathology, and also wanting to learn and gain skills to contribute to the understan…
 
We interview Dr. Corey Drake, professor in Education at Michigan State University. She shares some powerful perspectives on children as sense makers ,and what she views as the biggest responsibility for teacher educators. Listen to hear how she ties Core Teaching Practices into the essential work of addressing student inequities. Links: Michigan Te…
 
Why should today’s career changers to consider training to become IT support specialists? Because despite pandemic conditions, U.S. employers continue to seek and hire qualified tech talent to bolster businesses and support our nation’s workforce. This mini-series won “Gold” recognition from the 27th Annual Communicator Awards for excellence in pod…
 
We’ve all heard people brag about how great of a work/life balance they have, as if juggling all these things is bad. In much of the industry, having a strong work/life balance is something to strive for. But I don’t think it exists in the way society would like to lead you to believe. That’s why today’s episode 23 of The Green Planet is about work…
 
In this Episode we are joined by Dr. Daniel Codd, who takes us through the variety of technologies that he has worked on throughout his diverse career. He explains how he was able to use his mechanical engineering and design background in applications ranging from Medical Devices to Renewable Energy and Advanced Manufacturing. Dr. Codd is currently…
 
Amanda is Head of Apprenticeships for Google. She leads a team that builds apprenticeships at Google, sharing good practice for maximum impact and providing fantastic opportunities for apprentices to learn on the job. This is a keynote talk that was delivered at the Moving Forward Together in FE event on 23rd June 2021. You can watch the video of t…
 
Scotland compares very poorly with other countries in Europe and even within the UK when it comes to health inequalities, but why? In S03E02 of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield talks to Professor Graham Watt CBE FRSE about the reasons and possible answers. Graham is Emeritus Professor in General Practice at th…
 
Yes it's true, you don't have to be everyone's friend. But what happens when you get promoted and become your work-friend's boss? Listen in to learn how to deal with those difficult conversations with ex-peers as their manager. L E T ' S C O N N E C T ! > Twitter: @_tiffanydawson_ > Instagram: @tiffanydawson_ > LinkedIn: Tiffany Dawson > Join the C…
 
you get a sneak peak at my book! as an advocate for Women in STEM, i decided that a book needed to be written for us. my book spills stories from 200 years of women in STEM (and some of my own stories) to help equip the reader with a toolbelt of tricks for a solid career! follow me on twitter and instagram or pop on over to my website for more info…
 
On July 23, 1993, 56-year-old James Jordan was killed in Robeson County, North Carolina, with both 17-year-old Larry Martin Demery or 18-year-old Daniel Andre Green alleged to be the triggerman. Almost 30-years later, it remains uncertain which teenager murdered the father of one of the most famous athletes on the planet. This episode is brought to…
 
Hewlett-Packard, perhaps better known as simply HP, has taken an interesting journey to get to where they are today. We might know them for their laptops and printers that never seem to work when we need them to, but this wasn't always the way for Hewlett-Packard. William Hewlett and David Packard (picking which name came first on a coin flip) star…
 
This week on Innervation, I speak to aerospace engineer Jenna Tiwana about the many hats she has worn in STEM and how she has coped with being judged over that. Life isn't linear, right?!? Her bubbly enthusiasm carries her through life, particularly during the times when she is the only one. Being an ethnic minority woman in engineering is rare, bu…
 
Are you managing your team to perform at its highest level of productivity? Is your team committed to the idea of being a part of a high functioning laboratory? Listen to the episode, with pen and paper, as Stephanie Whitehead, MBA, MPH, MT (ASCP) guides listeners through the necessary steps to motivate your team and drive results! Tune in as she w…
 
We’re BACK! With a fresh new episode to light up your life and butt. World renowned firefly expert Dr. Sara Lewis of Tufts University joins to share her love of a bug that many think is merely a mythological delight. Learn how these tiny animals illuminate the night, the dos and don’ts of firefly observation, how to take good firefly photos, femme …
 
Hosted and narrated by John Stamos, The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra is a complicated, nuanced story of one imperfect man trying to redeem himself by pulling off the perfect crime. Did you ever feel like everything’s broken, and it’s your job to fix it? That’s how Barry Keenan was feeling back in 1963. He was broke, unemployed, hooked on booze a…
 
Maggie MacPhee is passionate about math - not just learning and teaching it, but also examining it through a social justice lens and changing the narrative around its history. She joins Best of the WWEST producer Vanessa to get nerdy about math and board games, but also to talk about how she as a busy math teacher early in her career deals with str…
 
Anna, the Princess Plumber on IG, had a big shift in her life before realizing that women can be trade workers too. This led her to being an apprentice. On this episode we talk about union verse non-union trade school and how to pick the one for you. Find out how knows what it’s like to sometimes be the only woman on a construction site, and how to…
 
Hello everyone! Welcome to episode 78! My guest today is Lonwabo Manqana, born and bred in South Africa. In this episode, we learn that he always knew he wanted to be a scientist, but he wasn't sure what field he wanted to work in. His physics teacher and his mother, who did agriculture at home, were the two most influential people in his life. Due…
 
The Youngest Ever Chess Grandmaster ft. Abhimanyu Mishra Episode Summary The Top of the Class welcomes Abhimanyu Mishra as this week’s guest. Abhi recently broke a 19-year-old world record in becoming the youngest ever chess Grandmaster at just 12 years of age. Abhi gives an insight into his journey including how he trains, what his next goal is an…
 
Why are military veterans excellent candidates for jobs as IT support specialists? Is it the technical training they receive during service? Is it the work ethic they acquire during service? Or is it both? This story won “Silver” recognition from the 27th Annual Communicator Awards for excellence in individual episodes promoting causes and awarenes…
 
Today on the podcast we have Mark Reynolds, from Citizen Climate Lobby, to share with us the importance of a Carbon Tax in order to save the planet. In this conversation, you’ll learn along with me as we talk all about why a Carbon Tax is the goal, how to get involved, and more. Mark shares how to come to a place of common ground with conflict of a…
 
Comedian Sean Devlin joins Matt and Andy to talk about his new album Airports, Animals, magic eye posters and Brian May stereoscopy, failed flower making floral fractals, converting brain waves to speech, and dogs ignoring liars and helping out in courtrooms. This episode is brought to you by Wondrium, offering Probably Science listeners a free mon…
 
This keynote by David Jones OBE was recorded at our Moving Forward Together in FE event on 23rd June 2021. In this talk David reflects on the changing face of education in light of the innovation of the past couple of years. Watch the video of this keynote here: https://youtu.be/g_Ny0BaZ1wY David Jones has over 30 years experience in FE/HE, most re…
 
Launching the third series of the RSE’s Tea and Talk Podcast, RSE Chief Executive Rebekah Widdowfield chats with RSE Fellows, Talat Yaqoob and Louise Macdonald OBE. They look at how the public has been informed and engaged during the Covid-19 pandemic and how we can build on this experience to improve both public debate and participation in decisio…
 
Do you find yourself saying yes to everything? Well listen in to hear why this is damaging your career! Episode Summary: Why women end up saying yes to everything What happens to your career when you become a Yes-Woman What you should do instead L E T ' S C O N N E C T ! > Twitter: @_tiffanydawson_ > Instagram: @tiffanydawson_ > LinkedIn: Tiffany D…
 
Guest: Carol Lyrio - Crimson Education Strategist and Duke University alum from São Paulo, Brazil. Carol discusses the five hurdles of college admissions - finance, academics, extracurriculars, essays and strategy - with advice for students to overcome each one. Are you aiming for Ivy League schools and other top US and UK universities and want the…
 
On April 15, 2019, one of the world's most recognizable structures, the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, caught on fire, suffering significant damage. A restoration project has been underway ever since, with hopes of the cathedral reopening in some capacity by 2024. We dove in to try and understand what caused the fire to start in the first place, th…
 
Maryam is so inspiring as a woman of colour in engineering. She opens up about the hardships she has faced being one of few in her industry, but also describes her career journey. Being raised in a council flat in London, she had always been focused on getting out and securing a high-flying job. Having done all this, she then turned to where she is…
 
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