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Researcher Radio

Summary: Researcher Radio is your look into the world of scientists, academics and publishers from around the world. Season 2 features a panel that will explore the world of academic publishing and publisher relationships with authors. ℗ & © 2018 Researcher Radio. This podcast is brought to you by Researcher, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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 Nanotechnology - Moving research from the lab bench to the market shelf | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 53:52

Listen to a panel discussion, ‘Nanotechnology – Moving research from the lab bench to the market shelf’, co-hosted by Nano from Springer Nature and Researcher.The panel discussion examines the process by which nanoscience and technology research can be transferred from academic labs to the private sector, and identifies best practices, policies, and other activities that can facilitate the commercialization of research for the benefit of society and economic competitiveness.The panel consists of :Dr Prathik Roy - Group Product Manager for Nanoscience and Technology at Springer NatureDr Michel Rickhaus - Group leader (SNSF Ambizione) at the University of Zurich.Dr Przemyslaw Gawel - Senior Scientist at Cambridge Display Technology LtdDr Suze Kundu - Head of Public Engagement at Digital ScienceDuring the session the panel answers key questions, including:•What are the challenges to increasing the transfer of knowledge and technology from university researchers to the private sector?•How can funding agencies foster the transfer of knowledge and technology from universities to the private sector?•What are the key elements of successful university-industry commercialization collaborations?•How do we create more jobs in the industry?Let us know what you think by leaving a review and don't forget to subscribe to Researcher Radio for more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Academic Research in Africa: a Q&A with academic authors | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 1:02:19

Welcome back to Researcher Radio. In this episode, we will discuss the challenges faced by academics in Africa. Learn more about how academics choose the journals they publish in and the funding available to them, the challenges they face in accessing research and the future vision for science and research in Africa.If you have any questions or if you would like to participate in an up and coming webinar, feel free to send an email to joseph.fenton@researcher-app.com. Researcher Radio is your look into the world of scientists, academics and publishers from around the world. ℗ & © 2020 Researcher Radio.This podcast is brought to you by Researcher, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Open Access in Asia-Pacific Countries: a Q&A with academics | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 51:31

Welcome back to Researcher Radio. In this episode, we will discuss the benefits and challenges that academics face with Open Access publishing in Asian and Pacific countries. Learn more about how academics choose the journals they publish in, the challenges they face in accessing research and the role of Open Access in their research and publishing processes.If you have any questions or if you would like to participate in an up and coming webinar, feel free to send an email to joseph.fenton@researcher-app.com. Researcher Radio is your look into the world of scientists, academics and publishers from around the world. ℗ & © 2020 Researcher Radio.This podcast is brought to you by Researcher, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Exploring the reading habits of academics: a Q&A | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 1:05:05

Welcome back to Researcher Radio. In this episode, we will explore the reading habits of academics. Learn more about how academics discover new research, how much time they dedicate to paper discovery and how they use social media in their research processes.If you have any questions or if you would like to participate in an up and coming webinar, feel free to send an email to joseph.fenton@researcher-app.com. Researcher Radio is your look into the world of scientists, academics and publishers from around the world. ℗ & © 2019 Researcher Radio.This podcast is brought to you by Researcher, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 How to build relationships with academic authors and market to them successfully: a Q&A | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 1:07:05

Welcome back to Researcher Radio. In this season we will delve into the world of academic publishing and publisher relationships with authors. In this episode, we will discuss the following themes that follow the author journey. This includes the pre-submission and journal selection process, submission and peer review process, and post-publication marketing and aftercare. If you have any questions or if you would like to participate in an up and coming webinar, feel free to send an email to joseph.fenton@researcher-app.com.Researcher Radio is your look into the world of scientists, academics and publishers from around the world. Season 2 explores academic publishing and publisher relationships with authors. ℗ & © 2018 Researcher Radio. This podcast is brought to you by Researcher, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes - Dr Rebecca Jones | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 35:37

Today we are joined by Dr Rebecca Jones from the University of Reading. Rebecca is the author of 'Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes'. Join us to discover more about the the role of coaching in the workplace. What is O*NET? What is blended coaching and how has this changed the coaching industry? In this episode, Rebecca answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes', its impacts and the motivation behind Rebecca's work.In today's episode, we discuss:Rebecca describes her professional and academic background. [01:15]We are guided through 'Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes'. [03:15]What is O*NET? [07:57]How could the study of different working cultures alter the findings from this paper? [15:49]Rebecca talks us through the potential impacts of this piece. [22:13]Finally, Rebecca gives us her one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [32:10]Read the article here!You can follow Rebecca on Twitter here and listen to her podcast in this link; https://apple.co/2GqgXk1This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants - Dr Sumitha Nallu | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 27:43

Today we are joined by Dr Sumitha Nallu from the University of Chicago. Sumitha is the author of 'The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants'. Join us to discover more about the genetic basis of herbivory between butterflies and plants. What is comparative transcriptomics analysis ? How was next generation sequencing used in this paper? What impacts will this piece have on our environment? In this episode, Sumitha answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants', its impacts and the motivation behind Sumitha's work.In today's episode, we discuss:Sumitha describes her academic background and motivation. [01:43]We are guided through 'The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants'. [05:17]Why were wild-caught female butterflies used for this study? [10:55]What is hot in Sumitha's field? [22:53]Finally, Sumitha gives us her one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [25:50]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states - Dr Gabriele Gut | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 29:02

Today we are joined by Dr Gabriele Gut from the University of Zurich. Gabriele is the author of 'Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states'. Join us to discover more about the combination of traditional biology and computational techniques. What is 4i? How can 4i change clinical trial processes? Why should you talk to a lab before starting a PhD? In this episode, Gabriele answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states', its impacts and the motivation behind Gabriele's work.In today's episode, we discuss:Gabriele describes his academic background. [01:33]We are guided through 'Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states'. [03:25]What are the key considerations for 4i? [07:10]Gabriele discusses 4i and the clinical trial process. [12:15]Finally, Gabriele gives us his one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [26:41]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Lonely sensational icons: semantic neighbourhood density, sensory experience and iconicity - David Sidhu | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 30:58

This week we are joined by David Sidhu from the University of Calgary. David, alongside Dr Penny Paxman, is the author of 'Lonely sensational icons: semantic neighbourhood density, sensory experience and iconicity.' Join us to discover more about language, sound and it's meaning. What is iconicity and how is it measured? What is the Maluma/Takete effect? What techniques are best for academic productivity? In this episode, David answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Lonely sensational icons: semantic neighbourhood density, sensory experience and iconicity', its impacts and the motivation behind David's work.In today's episode, we discuss:David describes his academic background. [01:16]We are guided through David's paper. [01:57]What is iconicity and how is it measured? [07:35]What is the Maluma/Takete effect? [13:15]David discusses the publishing process for this paper, alongside other experiences. [17:58]Finally, David gives us his tips to increase academic output alongside his one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [22:30]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 The Rare Special Powers Movement - Dr Eleonora Passeri | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 37:43

This week we are joined by Dr Eleonora Passeri from the movement Rare Special Powers. Rare Special Powers is a movement that advocates for the advancement of rare disease through the power of art and beauty. Join us to discover more about the Rare Special Powers movement. Why and how does Eleonora combine the beauty of art with science? What does this movement hope to achieve? What was Eleonora's motivation to start this movement? In this episode, Eleonora answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into the Rare Special Powers movement and its impacts. In today's episode, we discuss:Eleonora talks us through her academic background and the Rare Special Powers movement. [00:38]What is Eleonora's motivation to create the Rare Special Power movement? [07:12]How is the art chosen for this movement? [15:22]Eleonora discusses other projects that she is working on. [26:48]Eleonora, gives us her one piece of advice for PhD students who may not want to work in academia. [31:47]Where can you find out more about Rare Special Powers? [34:47]Discover more about the Rare Special Powers movement here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Triple oxygen isotope evidence for limited mid-Proterozoic primary productivity - Dr Peter Crockford | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 19:10

This week we are joined by Dr Peter Crockford from Princeton University and the Weizmann Institute of Science. Peter is the author of 'Triple oxygen isotope evidence for limited mid-Proterozoic primary productivity'. Join us to discover more about the earth's biosphere 1.5 billion years ago. What evidence is there for fluctuating oxygen levels 2.5 billion years ago? How have computing techniques evolved over time? What is it like to work in two academic institutes? In this episode, Peter answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Triple oxygen isotope evidence for limited mid-Proterozoic primary productivity', its impacts and the motivation behind Peter's work.In today's episode, we discuss:Peter describes his academic background and the paper in question. [01:00]We are guided through the Monte Carlo sampling methodology. [03:45]Peter tells us how oxygen isotopes created life on earth. [08:51]What is life like working in two different academic institutions? [13:22]What topics are hot in the field? [15:21]Finally, Peter gives us his tips to increase academic output alongside his one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [16:36]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching - Dr Rick Stuart- Smith | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 25:26

This week we are joined by Dr Rick Stuart-Smith from the University of Tasmania. Rick is the author of 'Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching'. Join us to discover more about the effects of mass coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. What is coral bleaching? What funding is in place to combat this? How has mass coral bleaching changed the habitats for fish in the area? In this episode, Rick answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching', its impacts and the motivation behind Rick's work.In today's episode, we discuss:Rick guides us through his motivations and academic background. [00:36]We are guided through 'Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching'. [01:20]What are the proxies used in this study, and what would happen if more were added? [05:51]Are there any academic and logistical differences when studying more secluded sites?  [09:53]What will be the impacts of the 2016 mass coral bleaching? [11:38]What funding is in place to combat mass coral bleaching? [17:02]Finally, Rick gives us his tips to increase productivity alongside his one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [21:43]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Modeling outcomes of soccer matches - Alkeos Tsokos | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 22:32

This week we are joined by Alkeos Tsokos from University College London. Alkeos is a co-author of ‘Modeling outcomes of soccer matches'. Join us to discover more about machine learning and its relationship to the sporting world. How successful can soccer matches be predicted and what is the Alan Turing Institute? In this episode, Alkeos answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Modeling outcomes of soccer matches', its impacts and the motivation behind Alkeos' work.In today's episode, we discuss:Alkeos tells us about his academic background and explains his paper. [00:40]We are guided through the models used for this paper. [02:16]What are the proxies used in this study, and what would happen if more were added?  [05:51]What is Alkeos' PhD thesis? [10:15]Alkeos discusses the Alan Turing Institute. [15:03]Alkeos provides us with his trick to increase academic productivity. [17:39]Finally, Alkeos gives us his one piece of advice for anyone undertaking a PhD. [19:08]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries - Professor Homero Gil de Zúñiga | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 35:07

This week we are joined by Professor Homero Gil de Zúñiga from the University of Vienna. Homero is the author of ‘Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries: How Personality Relates to Frequency of Social Media Use, Social Media News Use, and Social Media Use for Social Interaction'. Join us to discover more about personalities and the way they affect social media use. There are 5 big personality traits, but will this soon change? How are minorities affected by social media use? What is the open access movement and what does Homero think of this environment? In this episode, Homero answers all of these questions and more.We will also gain further insights into 'Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries: How Personality Relates to Frequency of Social Media Use, Social Media News Use, and Social Media Use for Social Interaction', its impacts and the motivation behind Homero's research.In today's episode, we discuss:Homero tells us about his academic background. [00:45]Homero guides us through his most recent paper. [04:05]There are currently 5 big personality traits, here Homero discusses these traits, their relationship to social media and how they may evolve. [07:55]We discover more about how different social media platforms cater for different personality traits. [11:45]Homero discusses the use and power of social media for minorities. [17:55]We learn more about academic publishing. [23:48] Homero provides us with a few tricks to increase academic productivity. [27:40]Finally, Homero gives us his one piece of advice for young academics and anyone undertaking a PhD. [32:43]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

 Measuring Perception Control on Social Media - Dr Melanie Keep | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: 36:52

This week we are joined by Dr Melanie Keep from the University of Sydney. Mel, alongside Dr Alison Attrill-Smith, is the co-author of ‘Controlling You Watching Me: Measuring Perception Control on Social Media’. Join us to discover more about social media perception and identity. What is e-health and what are its benefits? How and why do we define ourselves on social media? Why is age a factor in social media identity? In this episode, Mel answers all of these questions and more. We will also gain further insights into ‘Controlling You Watching Me: Measuring Perception Control on Social Media’, its impacts and the motivation behind Mel's research.In today's episode, we discuss:Mel's academic background. [00:43]Mel guides us through the e-health field and the Australian e-health system. [04:02]We are given an overview of ‘Controlling You Watching Me: Measuring Perception Control on Social Media’. [12:40]Mel discusses whether or not social media self-perception will evolve as a result of the youth of today. [19:19]We learn about how the results of Mel's experiment could have differed if there was a focus on the eastern world. [22:14]Mel discusses the pitfalls of academia and academic productivity. [31:34]Finally, Mel tells us her one piece of advice for young academics and anyone undertaking a PhD. [34:26]Read the article here!This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcherapp.io. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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