Science And Medicine Podcasts

Des étoiles plein les yeux show

Des étoiles plein les yeuxJoin Now to Follow

À l'occasion de l'Année Mondiale de l'Astronomie (AMA09), le CNRS produit, en partenariat avec le CNES, une collection de podcasts vidéo, "Des étoiles plein les yeux", à regarder en baladodiffusion. Composée d'une vingtaine de films courts, cette collection permet de comprendre tout l'intérêt de la recherche spatiale. Elle dévoile des aspects du Cosmos que nous n'imaginions même pas : Sommes-nous seuls dans l'Univers ? Ira-t-on peupler un jour la Lune ? Quels sont les objectifs de missions comme Mars Express ou Cassini-Huygens ? Un astéroïde risque-t-il d'annihiler toute vie sur notre planète ? A-t-on percé les mystères des trous noirs et de l'énergie noire ? Jusqu'au 13 novembre 2009, chaque semaine, un nouveau podcast vidéo est à découvrir et à télécharger sur le site Internet de l'INSU-CNRS.

By Paul De Brem et Olivier Le Bihan, CNRS Images

Sasquatch Watch Radio show

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Join Sasquatch Watch Radio hosts Billy Willard and the Creature Seeker as we bring you the latest news and information from the field of Bigfoot/Sasquatch research. We are back and ready!

By SasquatchWatch Radio

Our Undiscovered Universe: Null Physics show

Our Undiscovered Universe: Null PhysicsJoin Now to Follow

Our Undiscovered Universe: An Introduction to Null Physics and its scientific applications through discussions and interviews with Scientist Terence Witt.

By OurUndiscoveredUniverse.com

The RedShift Report show

The RedShift ReportJoin Now to Follow

From everyday science puzzlers to the latest in controversial issues, join host Ken Huxley as he roams the Ontario Science Centre, looking for answers to your science questions...

By Ontario Science Centre

Life, the Universe & Everything Else show

Life, the Universe & Everything ElseJoin Now to Follow

Life, the Universe & Everything Else is a biweekly program promoting secular humanism and scientific skepticism that is produced by the Winnipeg Skeptics and the Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostics of Manitoba.

By Life, the Universe & Everything Else

CiTR -- Radio Freethinkers show

CiTR -- Radio FreethinkersJoin Now to Follow

Join Don as he explore the world with a skeptical eye. It's the show that applies skepticism and critical thinking to everyday issues. The place where reason and reality cross swords with politics, religion, economics and of course science. Join us each week, subscribe to our podcast and get ready to be skeptical.

By CiTR 101.9 Vancouver

Futures in Biotech (Video HI) show

Futures in Biotech (Video HI)Join Now to Follow

Explore the world of cloning, protein folding, genome mapping, and more with the most important researchers in the field. Although the show is no longer in production at TWiT, you can enjoy episodes from the TWiT Archives.

By TWiT

OpenAnesthesia.org show

OpenAnesthesia.orgJoin Now to Follow

This Podcast is one component of OpenAnesthesia.org, an organization dedicated to promoting evidence based medicine in anesthesiology, critical care, and pain management. Our website, powered by MediaWiki, allows physicians and researchers to to create, in a collaborative fashion, a body of knowledge regarding accepted practices for the care of surgical and critically ill patients, as well as those suffering from intractable pain. In addition to critically reviewing, presenting, and summarizing the primary literature, we offer commentary (in the form of Podcasts) on important articles from Anesthesia & Analgesia. OpenAnesthesia.org was created by the Edward C. Nemergut and Robert H. Thiele at the University of Virginia Department of Anesthesiology, and is supported by the IARS.

By Ed Nemergut and Robert Thiele (presented by the IARS)

podcast – geek pop show

podcast – geek popJoin Now to Follow

The concept is this: every month, Geek Pop crew members Hayley and Jim sift through your suggestions and pick a bunch of songs that are in some way linked (often tenuously) to science. Then we stick them in a podcast and talk about them. Sometimes we get a little bit off track.

By Geek Pop

British Journal of Surgery (BJS) show

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British Journal of Surgery (BJS) Podcasts

By British Journal of Surgery (BJS)