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Biology-related podcasts as part of the KYTOS Enrichment Programme. Visit: www.kytosbiology.org.uk for full details Visit: www.youtube.com/mriexplains for Science video tutorials 'KYTOS Biology' podcasts and the 'mr i explains' YouTube channel are proudly sponsored by Curriculum Press - producers of global education resources for over 25 years. Visit https://curriculum-press.co.uk/ for details.
 
Boost Your Biology is presented by Lucas Aoun, founder of Ergogenic Health. Join him as he goes underground to bring you cutting edge health and human performance hacks that you'll struggle to find on Google. Lucas explores the unexplored to bring you useful health and performance information to upgrade your existence. A range of topics will be discussed on this podcast, including Nootropics, Nutrition, Biohacking, Supplements, Herbal Research, Microbiome, Brain Health, Hormonal Health & Spo ...
 
Hi, my name is Kwat Medetgul-Ernar. I’m an MD-PhD student at Stanford University. I tell you about the fundamental concepts and the latest discoveries in medicine and informatics. Keeping up with the latest science is expensive, feels like work, and is boring. At Stanford, I get to (and have to) study new things continuously. So, I decided to simplify what I get to learn and share it with you in a chill way, using everyday language. I want to teach you things without making you feel like stu ...
 
A new format starting in September 2020! Starting on episode 102, the Life Of The School podcast is a panel of 4 biology teachers (Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson) discussing various issues that they are facing in our classroom. The first 100 episodes of the podcast were in an interview format where Aaron interviewed different life science teachers and talk about his or her path to the classroom, work in the classroom, and hopes and dreams for the future.
 
Business Biology explores business from the viewpoint of Brady and Kiley who are early in their entrepreneurial careers but have gained valuable insights through their experience. They try to frame the conversation around practicality and real world examples that are applicable to those that have taken the entrepreneurial plunge and others who are dreaming about it.
 
Bohemian Biology features audio pieces dealing with various topics ranging from recent advances in the health sciences, social life and art scene in the Brooklyn and New York area. This podcast is a personal interface with my own little circle of social and professional encounters and is linked to my blog: http://florenceblanchard.wordpress.com/
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
Students today strive to be connected... what better way than to post abridged lecture summaries on line? To stay abreast of content in biology courses I teach, I have decided to upload the finest Coastal Alabama Community College Biology Podcasts one can find for free! Read the title to ensure the podcast is for the course in which you are enrolled. Best, Schuyler Huff
 
In this fun and informative series Dr Lindsay Turnbull, Associate Professor and Fellow of The Queen’s College, Oxford University, looks at the biology of the back garden. This series is recorded hot off the press in a normal garden in England beginning in March 2020 and would be of interest to anyone from age 5+. The series is particularly useful for children missing school who would like to carry on practical work in their own garden and have an expert help them understand the theory behind ...
 
Mr. Barlow discusses the VCE Biology course content. Each episode covers a discreet topic and lasts for around 5 to 20 minutes. Great to listen to a few episodes before a test and concise enough to listen to an entire semester before an exam. Episode 1 to 12 covers Unit 1. Episode 13 to 23 covers Unit 2. Episode 24 to 31 covers Unit 3. Episode 32 to 39 covers Unit 4. *** Don't forget to Download the ‘Unit 1 Biology‘, ‘Unit 2 Biology‘, ‘Unit 3 Biology‘ and ‘Unit 4 Biology‘ iPhone/iPod Touch a ...
 
Welcome to For Whom the Cell Tolls! This cast explores the fascinating stories that Biology offers through the eyes of a cancer scientist with teaching experience. Major themes to be explored include cancer, life/death, disease ecology, microbiology, and evolution, among others. This cast will integrate philosophy, culture, and the arts alongside lab and lecture experiences to weave the story of life as we know it. Enjoy! Instagram: forwhomthecelltolls forwhomthecelltolls@gmail.com
 
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In this episode, Lucas discusses a condition which impacts MILLIONS of people worldwide. Some of the symptoms of PSSD include: Weak orgasm, delayed orgasm, premature ejaculation, vaginal dryness, reduced pleasure, reduced rewards. Lucas highlights potential theories, interventions, treatments and probes to unlock and help contribute to finding a cu…
 
WARNING: this conversation is RAW (no script or edit).Santiago Enrique Sanchez is a Venezuelan second-year medical student and aspiring physician scientist at Stanford Medical School. He is an alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied Plan II Honors and Biochemistry as a Health Science Scholar. He went on to do a Masters of Phi…
 
How can local and state governments repair the damage done by COVID-19? Is there a vaccine on its way to a pharmacy near you? And what should you expect about lockdowns, facemasks, and new COVID-19 therapies in the coming months? On this episode of Big Biology, a panel of experts discusses the virus’s trajectory and impact, and our options going fo…
 
Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: Does pineapple belong on pizza? We also discuss: - Has your grading philosophy changed during your career? - What’s your general grading philosophy (as…
 
Rewilding offers a possible solution to reverse our rapidly deteriorating rural landscape. The natural world is often seen as a resource merely to exploit and the hunting of wild animals in the UK was only banned in 2004. The reintroduction of key species would have positive ecological consequences; a reduction in the number of invasive species, a …
 
How do animals use their skin? Why can their skin be so weird? And why can lizards regrow their tails? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this episode of the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine Podcast, where hosts Elizabeth Nand, Kelsie Cassell, Carrie Ann Davison, and Devon Wasche discuss the skin of non-human animals. This episode…
 
A fun interview with biohacker couple, Jonathan and Gergana Roseland, about his new book, Don't Stick Your Dick in a Blender: How to meet a nice girl instead - from a tantric husband with a better sex life than you! Order: Direct from Limitless Mindset https://www.limitlessmindset.com/books/40-dick-in-blender On Amazon https://amzn.to/31wwmtn We di…
 
Dr Justin Huang is an Institute Researcher in the Computational Biology group at MD Anderson Cancer Center's TRACTION Platform. His work focuses on bioinformatic infrastructure and computational analysis workflow development as well as computationally-aided discovery and translation of novel cancer targets.Dr Huang received his PhD in Bioinformatic…
 
We will go over a paper titled: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: From Chronic Fatigue to More Specific Syndromes. I have read the paper, filtered out the noise, and kept the good points for you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kwat/messageSupp…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Pedro DoAmaral, the man with a passion for biochemistry and biotechnology to talk about all things human health. He is a biomedical and biotech student aiming to comprehend the intricacies of this beautiful life. In this episode, Lucas and Pedro explore the interconnectedness between light exposure, electromagnetic ex…
 
We will go over a paper titled: Analyzing the Mycobacterium tuberculosis immune response by T-cell receptor clustering with GLIPH2 and genome-wide antigen screening. I have read the paper, filtered out the noise, and kept the good points for you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- …
 
We will go over a paper titled: Variation in the Human Immune System Is Largely Driven by Non-Heritable Influences. I have read the paper, filtered out the noise, and kept the good points for you. At the end, we will summarize the paper into few sentences. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.…
 
What is the role of chance in explaining variation in biology? How has it shaped the history of life on Earth? And how do scientists incorporate chance into their performing experiments? In this episode of BigBiology, we talk to Sean Caroll, an award-winning scientist, author, educator and, film-producer about his latest book, A Series of Fortunate…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. Tyna Moore, a qualified and registered Naturopathic Doctor, Chiropractor and Regenerative Medicine specialist. She is the Owner of Core Wellness Clinic in Portland, Oregon. They talk about how obesity, inflammation, chronic disease and metabolic syndrome link in so tightly to the virus. They talk critically about …
 
We will go over a paper titled: Systems immunology: just getting started. I have read the paper, filtered out the noise, and kept the good points for you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kwat/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
In this episode, I chatted with NABT Executive Director Jaclyn Reeves-Pepin and several teachers who will be presenting at the 2020 NABT Virtual Conference. My conversations are with Jon Darkow from Seneca East High School in Attica, Ohio, Paul Strode from Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado and Tanea Hibler from Brophy College Preparatory in…
 
Around 273 million sharks are killed each year globally. They’re feared as the archetypal killing machine, and there’s profit to be made from shark-derived products; but they may be more economically and environmentally valuable alive than dead. This podcast will evaluate the psychological, economical, gastronomical, medical, ethical and ecological…
 
Worldwide, the number of potential pathogens is very large, while the resources for disease research and development is limited. To ensure efforts under the World Health Organisation’s blueprint are focused and productive, a list of diseases and pathogens are prioritized for research in public health emergency contexts – what is fascinating, is tha…
 
We are all born with the neural architecture and ability to develop empathy and compassion, but to remain a good person, we must have a series of positive experiences throughout our lives. The Pygmalion effect may certainly account for why people choose to do bad things, but perhaps we should consider other psychological forces; cognitive dissonanc…
 
In this episode, Lucas has been invited onto Dr. Michael Moeller’s podcast, to talk all things biohacking, nootropics and other underground biohacks. Dr. Michael Moeller is also a Naturopathic Doctor, who shares his spiritual and optimization journey. He dives into some critical drivers that impact all men in society today. Dr. Michael Moeller is h…
 
We will read a paper titled: A Prescription for Human Immunology. This is my first time reading this paper. Together, we read, summarize, and analyze few paragraphs at a time. Let's understand it. Let's identify its essence. Finally, in the end, let's try to capture the entire paper with only few sentences. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor…
 
The perceived role of God in illness and recovery is a primary influence upon the health care beliefs and behaviours of people. Only by understanding an individual's religious beliefs can medical practitioners effectively meet their health care needs, a concept which I examine in this extended podcast. (With thanks to Akpenpuun Joyce Rumun for cond…
 
In May 2017, the Brazilian government declared an end to the public health emergency posed by the Zika Virus. Now, a new disease is threatening Brazil. An outbreak of yellow fever in rural parts of the country is spreading towards urban areas, creating a risk to neighbouring countries in the Americas. Yellow fever is a haemorrhagic disease, spread …
 
Внутренняя среда организма. Лимфа. Кровь. Тканевая жидкость. Функции. https://vk.com/kharzinaolga Здесь комментарии. https://www.patreon.com/biologyschool Здесь картинки и углублённые знания, а также поддержка.
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Laura Morel, to dispel some common fat loss misconceptions and issues. They delve into key mindset changes and habits to speed up results and growth. Laura also explores why most diets fail, and specific dietary hacks to enhance fat loss and metabolism. Laura’s key mission is to eliminate Yo-Yo dieting for good! Relev…
 
Are whales the biggest animals to have ever lived? Why have they evolved to become so gigantic? What key adaptations support their immense size? On this episode of Big Biology, we talk to Jeremy Goldbogen (@GoldbogenLab), a scientist at the Hopkins Marine Station at Stanford University. For the past few years he has been tracking blue whales, aimin…
 
Since capital punishment was reinstated by the US Supreme Court in 1976, 932 people have been put to death via lethal injection, 154 by electrocution, 11 by means of the gas chamber, 3 have been hung and 2 have been killed by firing squad. These 5 methods of execution are the most commonly used in the US today; what I want to do in this podcast is …
 
Life Of The School Episode 105: How do you run a lab during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.We started by asking: Which would you rather be: a pill bug or a Wisconsin Fast Plant?We celebrate…
 
We might perceive attraction as a free choice, but scientists have provided a number of different explanations about how attraction happens. Physiological theories can be divided into evolutionary explanations, which are based on primitive instincts to mate and be looked after, and biological explanations, which examine the role of hormones and neu…
 
Microscopic plankton are essential components of aquatic food chains and food webs. They are amongst the most abundant organisms on the planet, yet many people underestimate the environmental impact of plankton destruction. In this podcast, I aim to shed some light on the key roles that phytoplankton and zooplankton play in ecosystems, and in doing…
 
Meningitis is an acute inflammation of the membranes (meninges) that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. As there are numerous causes of meningitis, there is no one vaccination to offer protection because, for example, the HiB bacterium will have different surface molecules to the MenB bacterium so won’t stimulate an immune response. In…
 
One theory of addiction (and one that has popular appeal outside of psychology) is that of the addictive personality. This theory states that some people have a personality type that predisposes them towards addictive behaviour. This personality is caused by differences in the biological make up of individuals. It has been argued that people with t…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. James Dinicolantonio. He is a Doctor of Pharmacy and a cardiovascular research scientist. A well-respected and internationally known scientist and an expert on health and nutrition, Lucas challenges some myths around salt in our diet. They discuss how salt is critical for insulin sensitivity, adrenaline levels, at…
 
In order to understand forgetting, we must have an understanding of memory. According to the Oxford English Dictionary memory is “the faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information.” Forgetting therefore is our inability to retrieve information from our memory. Some argue that when emotions impact on memory, then forgetting is an unwill…
 
The view that we are born with a certain level of fixed intelligence is outdated. The environment plays a role in the way children are nurtured and it contributes to their development of intelligence. Children develop on their existing intelligence through numerous factors in their environment namely the positive relationship with their primary car…
 
How did life originate on Earth? Why is it that eukaryotes but not bacteria or archaea evolved large size and complicated body forms? How likely is that life has arisen independently elsewhere in the universe? On this episode, we talk with Nick Lane, a biochemist and professor at University College London, about his 2015 book The Vital Question. Ni…
 
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Dr. Mary Pardee to explore key areas of human optimization. They talk all about immune biohacks, integrative medicine, preventative medicine and gut health. Mary also discusses the critical role of thyroid function and metabolic hacks. Mary has years of clinical experience and is a wealth of knowledge. Relevan…
 
Виды тканей человека. Системы органов человека и как они работают. Продолжение и подробный урок про виды и функции тканей здесь https://www.patreon.com/biologyschool Там же Вы можете прокомментировать эпизод или задать вопросы.
 
- Our panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachussets, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- Our silly questions of the episode is: who would win in a fight: honey badger or Plasmodium or a plasmodium slime mold?- Lee shared that her go to labs are the potat…
 
In this episode, Lucas speaks with Steve Glaveski, founder of innovation consultancy Collective Campus, NoFilter media, host of the Future Squared podcast, and author of new book, Time Rich: Do Your Best Work, Live Your Best Life. They discuss how you can get twice as much done in half the time, differentiating yourself in business, mindset, and so…
 
How did the Brown Recluse get its powerful bite? How widespread is venom across the tree of life? How do spiders use their venoms? On this episode of Big Biology, we talk with spider venom expert Greta Binford (@gretabinford), a Biology Professor and Biology Department Chair at Lewis & Clark University. Her lab explores the vast chemical richness o…
 
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Gaige Clark, the founder of Qwerky Science. They discuss different serotonin receptors, the NMDA receptor, Dynorphins/Addiction, Psychedelics, and psychoactive foods. This episode is a prelude to the world’s best online Nootropic/Cosmetic Neurology Masterclass that is currently being developed by Lucas Aoun. R…
 
Most people appreciate that studying for a PhD in public health is a very difficult and often frustrating endeavor. However, most students don't anticipate getting a PhD at a time when so many people clearly disregard public health experts. In this episode, Mallory Ellingson, a 2nd-year PhD student at the Yale School of Public Health, and Erica Zen…
 
This is the second episode of the podcast as a panel of discussion with Aaron Mathieu, Lee Ferguson, Tanea Hibler, and Ryan Lacson.Show Notes:- We discussed how the office is going to change as a result of the pandemic.- Ryan pointed out the issue of rural internet access.- While not getting bogged down in a conversation about politics, we discusse…
 
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