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Biophilia, a term coined by legendary biologist E.O. Wilson, is described as humans’ innate urge to seek a connection with nature. “Love Nature: The Biophilia Podcast” explores this relationship, with an eye toward science as a way to understand and navigate a changing world, and to allow us to live better and more responsibly on the planet. Join co-hosts Dr. Eric Dorfman, Director and CEO of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences and Chief Veterinarian Dr. Dan Dombrowski along with their feature ...
 
Carry the One is a small team of young scientists at UCSF who are passionate about bringing science stories straight to the public's ear in an entertaining, digestible way. Tune in for stories ranging from current research to science history, from medical science to the natural and social sciences. -- Visit us at carrytheoneradio.com Twitter: @CTORadio Instagram: @carrytheoneradio To support the show: www.patreon.com/carrytheone
 
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension staff consists of five professional county extension agents and one program assistant trained in the agriculture/natural resources, horticulture, family and consumer sciences, and youth development, as well as support staff who are available to meet your educational needs and requests. Specific areas of program emphasis includes: Water Quality and Conservation, Quality of Life, Resource and Emergency Management, Urban Youth Development, Youth Education, and N ...
 
Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have published two books, appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience, MSNBC, NASDAQ Live, NBC, multiple podcasts and radio shows. I am a retired nightclub connoisseur and drug dealer, turned retired Mental Health Therapist turned Author, Podcaster, CEO, Comedy Clu ...
 
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Michael returns to the Cognitive Rampage to discuss Policing in America, changes needed, his experiences, ideas for change, the truth behind "crime rates", racism on the force, police training issues, the serious impact of lead exposure to violence in certain areas and era, and so much more. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory…
 
COVID-19 wasn’t the only health crisis of 2020. In June, the American Medical Association and the American Public Health Association declared that police violence, particularly against Black and brown communities, is a public health crisis that demands attention and action. Widespread protests drew attention this summer, but where do we go from the…
 
For this eleventh installment of “The Spotlight” we interviewed Oluwasegun Akiniyi, a bioengineering masters student at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. We talked about his education journey and current research endeavors using a robotic device to rehabilitate the hand of stroke patients. We discussed how his identity inf…
 
KUKU raadio keskkonnasaates Ilmaparandaja räägime sel korral natuke ebamaistematel teemadel, nimelt kiikame kosmosesse. Uurime, kui palju kosmosetehnoloogiad aitavad kaasa elu paremaks muutmisele maa peal, kuidas neid kasutatakse keskkonnaprobleemidega võitlemisel ning kas Eesti ka on kosmoseriik. Teemat aitavad avada Kadri Tammai ja Andrus Kurvits…
 
A brain is very computationally efficient – you can look at a group of objects and your brain will instantly calculate the average features (size, orientation, etc). But how fast is this process – can it even be done with images that flash by so quickly you aren’t sure if you even saw them? To learn more, we interviewed Maria Servetnik, a Master’s …
 
Seekord vestleme TalTechi teadusprorektori prof. Maarja Kruusmaaga, kes valiti Euroopasse tähtsale ametikohale, nimelt Euroopa Komisjoni peateadusnõunike grupi üheks liikmeks. Räägime ka põnevast leiutisest, mis võimaldab kaevandusjäätmetest ja plastijääkidest toota väärt ehitusmaterjali. Muidugi tuleb jutuks ka muust huvitavast mis keskkonnavaldko…
 
With rates of diagnoses and death disproportionately affecting racial minorities and low-income workers, experts in this episode address how COVID-19 has further exposed already dire health outcome inequalities. We begin with a political scientist discussing how governmental policy drives health inequality, especially during times of crisis. Then, …
 
Deja Perkins is an urban ecologist, an advocate for nature exploration and one of the co-organizers of Black Birders Week. As a Chicago native, Deja understands it is important for city residents to have access to nature and green spaces, but far too often communities of color encounter unique challenges when trying to interact with the natural wor…
 
The coronavirus pandemic does not exist in a vacuum. We look at other urgent issues of our time, and examine how they affect and are affected by COVID-19. We start this episode—as most things seem to now—with the partisan polarization in the U.S., asking a political science professor if people really are seeing everything in red or blue. Then a his…
 
What do bumblebees and octopuses have in common? They’re both invertebrates - or as Dr. Yan Wang says, “the shiny and squishy things.” And what makes them different? Well, beyond the obvious, octopuses are extremely anti-social, while bumblebees depend on their societies to survive. In this episode, you’ll hear about Dr. Wang’s research on bees and…
 
See kord KUKU raadio keskkonnasaates Ilmaparandaja räägime Tartu linna energia ja kliimakavast aastaks 2030 ning uurime, kas Tartu on rohepöörane. Lisaks vaatame otsa aasta loomale nahkhiirele, uurime, mis teha, kui leiate nahkhiire kodusest keldrist või isegi kärbsevõrgust ning kuidas käib nahkhiirte loodusesse tagasi laskmine. Saatejuht on Mart V…
 
Community Help is coming your way: Judge Wayne L. Mack and Amy will discuss the upcoming Community Help Expo and the ongoing work of the Behavioral Health & Suicide Prevention Task Force: Montgomery County www.CommunityHelp.org https://www.facebook.com/bhsptaskforcemc Sponsor this show! Contact dick@irlonestar.com —– Check out past shows:https://ir…
 
We all have our narrative we tell. Full of stories that shape our reflection to ourselves. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have published two bo…
 
What do you do with a sick pet goldfish or iguana? What about a turtle or snake who has encountered trouble on the road? Dr. Greg Lewbart has seen it all caring for a range of creatures as a professor of aquatic animal medicine and veterinarian at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. Join us for this delightful, insightful conversation that ill…
 
Ever stepped on a Lego? Taken a fall during a sports match? Had an awful headache? Yeah, we have, too. Why are they all such awful experiences? Well, simply put, they all cause pain. But… what exactly is pain?In the first episode of our two-part mini-series on pain, we will hear from experts in the field of pain research: Dr. Allan Basbaum, Profess…
 
Sel nädalal räägime KUKU raadio keskkonnasaates Ilmaparandaja peamiselt linnadest ja nende tulevikust. Nimelt toimus just värskelt TalTech Mektory ja Ülemiste linnaku koostöös tulevikulinna häkaton, kus otsiti lahendusi transpordi, ringmajanduse ja linna elukeskkonna probleemidele. Mis ideed välja tulid, tutvustab hackatoni peakorraldaja Kaisa Hans…
 
“Best Practices for Fall Gardening” with Montgomery County Master Gardeners, Flo Decker and Ethel O’Dell sharing secrets to successful fall gardening. Sponsor this show! Contact dick@irlonestar.com —– Check out past shows:https://irlonestar.com/teh/ —- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/agrilifemoco/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc6jwB…
 
Self sacrifice does not mean happiness in life or for those around you in the long run. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have published two books…
 
“In these times” has been a handy turn of phrase in 2020, with varying adjectives used to modify it. Challenging. Unique. Strange. What started as a useful shorthand for the COVID-19 pandemic and the surreal nature of stay-at-home orders became used describe world-wide protests and calls for racial justice. This fall, the OMNIA podcast goes beyond …
 
Details from the yellow fever epidemic of 1793 or the quarantines during the bubonic plague sound familiar today. In our second episode, we talk to historians about how past societies dealt with disease, and what happened when a new understanding of germs revolutionized our approach but led us to overlook the larger picture of health. A legal histo…
 
Sel korral kuulame kuidas vabatahtlikud kalakaitsjad asusid lõhejõgedel kuderahu ajal röövpüüdjate tabamiseks taaskord tegutsema. Kuidas esimene nädal on sujunud, seda räägivad stuudios Kalastajate seltsi kalakaitse grupi liikmed Jüri Nurk ja Janek Harik. Räägime ka vesinikutehnoloogiast, sest Kultuurikatlas peeti laiapõhjaline arutelu teemal „Kas …
 
The difference between guilt and shame, how we define ourselves by social constructs and the destruction this sets us up for - listening to shame - guilt verses shame. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternativ…
 
Did you know the Museum has our own “Ant-Man”? Meet Dr. Adrian Smith, Head of the Museum’s Evolutionary Biology & Behavior Research Lab. On social media, his exciting videos inspire curiosity and fascination as he provides unique, observable views of insects and their behavior. Join us for this illuminating conversation. --- Send in a voice message…
 
Human tracks at White Sands National Park record more than one and a half kilometers of an out- and-return journey and form the longest Late Pleistocene-age double human trackway in the world. An adolescent or small adult female made two trips separated by at least several hours, carrying a young child in at least one […]…
 
How do our brains control reproduction (and eating, and sleeping, and drinking, and everything)? How do you submit your dissertation, get a PhD, move across the country, and join a new lab in the midst of a global pandemic without totally losing it? In this Young Scientist Spotlight, we talked with Dr. Katherine Hatcher to find out! This episode wa…
 
Selle nädala alguses toimus Tallinnas Baltimaade suurim roheinnovatsiooni konverents GreenEST Summit 2020. Miks selliseid üritusi korraldada on vaja ning kas Eesti on ikkagi eesrindlik rohetehnoloogiariik, saab kuulda juba sel laupäeval Ilmaparandaja saates. Lisaks uurime, millised uued rohelised lahendused on lähiajal Eestis valmimas – räägime nel…
 
“4-H Project Opportunities” Michelle Mihalek and Justin Saenz will break down the plethora of opportunities and contests in 4-H. Sponsor this show! Contact dick@irlonestar.com —– Check out past shows:https://irlonestar.com/teh/ —- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/agrilifemoco/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc6jwBJmNDBzOpvPgs7PStw Soun…
 
#CognitiveQuestions #4: What is the hardest lesson you‘ve had to learn? Your answers and comments used for the #CognitiveRampage Podcast Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm y…
 
BE AWARE in the toil is where depression and anxiety live. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have published two books, appeared on the Joe Rogan E…
 
Science doesn't happen in a vacuum, and racism both in science and society contributes to disparities in the health outcomes of Black Americans. In this episode of The Spotlight, we talked to Dr. Debora Kamin Mukaz about her work studying how social factors and biology converge to affect risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Hear about her jou…
 
Women in Vertebrate Paleontology is a new book co-authored by Dr. Annalisa Berta, an Evolutionary Biologist with San Diego State University. In this podcast we interview Professor Berta about her new book, as well as her background in paleontology and love of ocean-going mammals!由Podcast Episodes – Dinosaur George Podcast
 
Meet Pat Simmons, Director & CEO of the North Carolina Zoological Park. “One of the things zoos do best,” she notes, “is reach out to large masses of people and give them that up-close personal experience with nature. A safe place where you can rely on experts to dispel fears and bring in joy. It’s incredibly important to the human soul.” Patricia …
 
Are you tossing and turning all night? Well, what’s the secret to a good night’s sleep, anyway? And what really is the answer to Billie Eilish’s album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? In this episode, we talk to Dr. Ying-Hui Fu, a professor in the Department of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Fu has been resea…
 
Sel nädalal liigume KUKU raadio keskkonnasaates Ilmaparandaja rehvide maailma. Millest tehakse autorehve, kuidas see tehnoloogia on arenenud ja milline on keskmise rehvi keskkonnajalajälg? Lisaks uurime, mis tõi kaasa selle, et sada aastat tagasi hakati kasutama sisepõlemismootoriga autosid elektri- või isegi aurumootoriga autode asemel. Teemasid o…
 
Dr. Cassie Huckaby, Founder of Grit Natural Medicine is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Clinical Immunology and Integrative Approaches to Autoimmune Disease, The Institute for Specialized Medicine, Functional Neurology, International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation, Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Chemistry Welcome to t…
 
In this podcast we interview Dr. Stephanie Drumheller-Horton about her research and study of Jurassic bones with predatory dinosaur bite marks. We learn about the various methods used to try and identify the particular theropod as well as its body length! Dr. Drumheller-Horton is an Adjunct Assistant Professor, Part-Time Lecturer at The University …
 
Dr. Andrew Hahn is a licensed clinical psychologist and founder of Guided Self Healing (GSH), an energy psychospiritual mindbody framework for healing the deepest trauma. He received his B.A. from Harvard University and his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Hahnemann University. A call for greater understanding beyond the traditional Western pa…
 
Zach Rhodes Author of Outgrowing Addiction: with common sense instead of "disease" therapy , Addiction Counselor at Stanton Peele's Life Process Program, Host of the Social Exchange Podcast and Educational Consultant Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you th…
 
Join us as we chat with Dr. Rob Dunn, Professor of Applied Ecology at NC State University and author of five popular science books, including “Every Living Thing” and “The Wild Life of our Bodies.” From bellybutton microbes to fabulous face mites, listen and learn all about the species that are on us, in us and around us. Rob Dunn’s bio Rob Dunn is…
 
Pulling from your comments on Cognitive Rampage Instagram and Facebook Pages Cognitive Questions posts. Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. I have pub…
 
I wanted to repost one of my favorite guests who is episode 85 for this Cognitive Rampage Rewind; Michael Wood Jr Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think with cerebral guests, and offering alternative and mental health help. I'm your host, Adam Lowery. …
 
Part II of our conversation with Dr. E.O. Wilson explores his concept of Half-Earth, a call to protect half the Earth’s land and sea in order to manage sufficient habitat to reverse the species extinction crisis and ensure species have the space they need to thrive. Hear how the Half-Earth Project is bringing this vision to life. --- Send in a voic…
 
How do our brains know who’s boss? In this Young Scientist Spotlight, neuroscientist Dr. Nancy Padilla tells us how she studies social dominance in mice. In the process, she walks us through her journey from college in Puerto Rico to postdoctoral research in California, sharing lessons learned along the way. We can’t wait for you to meet this risin…
 
What is the best way for a person to attain happiness? I use your comments from my #CognitiveQuestions #2 post on Instagram. Thank you to everyone engaging and sharing your answers and beliefs, it IS THE SHOW! Welcome to the Cognitive Rampage Podcast. The exploratory podcast pushing you to question yourself and everything else. Making you think wit…
 
“Helping Texans Lead Healthier Lives” with Norma Munoz, County Extension Agent – Family and Community Health, Nueces County. We will discusses strategies Texans can use to live healthier. norma.munoz@ag.tamu.edu and https://www.facebook.com/D11EAFCS.FCH Sponsor this show! Contact dick@irlonestar.com —– Check out past shows:https://irlonestar.com/te…
 
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