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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.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
What's good? I'm 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 s ...
 
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/
 
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
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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
 
This is a one-semester course in Embryology. Lectures are presented to you by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo of the College of St. Scholastica. The information provided will be of interest to students and those planning careers in science and medicine, as well as current practitioners in the field. Please note: The content and opinions expressed here belong to the author and are not necessarily endorsed by The College of St. Scholastica. For the course outline or to view a digital blackboard of images a ...
 
These lectures on the biology of aging are presented to you by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo of the College of St. Scholastica. The information provided will be of interest to students and those planning careers in science and medicine as well as current practitioners in the field. Please note: The content and opinions expressed here belong to the author and are not necessarily endorsed by The College of St. Scholastica. For the course outline or to view a digital blackboard of images associated with t ...
 
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New Year, New Episodes! This first episode of 2021 discusses GalSafe Pigs which were recently approved by the FDA for human consumption and biomedical use. The following are the papers I discuss in the episode: 1. Targeted disruption of the α1,3-galactosyltransferase gene in cloned pigs 2. Production of alpha 1,3-galactosyltransferase-deficient pig…
 
On this episode of Big Biology we talk to Christine Cooper (@CECooperEcophys), a vertebrate ecophysiologist and professor at Curtin University, Australia. Christine’s research focuses on the thermal, metabolic, and water physiology of Australian mammals and birds. Her recent research, published in the Journal of Experimental Biology (a sponsor of t…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Jessie Inchauspe to talk about her experiences tracking blood sugar with a continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) device.They talk about various factors that affect blood sugar levels, including food timing, food combining and other lifestyle behaviours. They also discuss the typical symptoms of hypoglycaemic vs. hypergl…
 
We introduce ourselves by honoring and acknowledging the native lands where we are recording from.Aaron is broadcasting from the land of the Nipmuc NationRyan lives on lands shared by the Kickapoo and Osage tribes Tanea - Hohokam, Akimel O’odham (Upper Pima), O’odhamLee lives where oddly, no Native tribes occupied the land but where many of them pa…
 
In this podcast, I discuss the characteristics of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as Multiple Personality Disorder and review the evidence presented in Thigpen and Cleckley’s’ (1954) case study of a person with three distinctly different personalities. It is called a dissociative disorder because there is a division , or dissociati…
 
Работа сердца. Круги кровообращения. Кровеносная система. https://vk.com/kharzinaolga Здесь комментарии. https://vk.com/biologyschool18 Здесь много других интересных фактов. https://www.patreon.com/biologyschool Здесь картинки и углублённые знания, а также поддержка.
 
Группы мышечной ткани, как они работают? https://vk.com/kharzinaolga Здесь комментарии. https://vk.com/biologyschool18 Здесь много других интересных фактов. https://www.patreon.com/biologyschool Здесь картинки и углублённые знания, а также поддержка.
 
In this episode, Lucas talks about a signalling molecule produced by the body following exercise known as L-Baiba. Who will benefit from BAIBA use?Who might benefits from supplementing with L-Baiba?Dieters with a leptin deficiency who are looking for appetite suppression assistanceLiberal supplement users who are bulking (or in periods of weight ga…
 
In this episode, Lucas has a chat with Cam Fraser. He is a Certified Sexologist, Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher, Tantric Practitioner, and Workshop Facilitator. His passion is Sex Coaching and he considers it his calling to help people cultivate an honest and unconditionally loving relationship with themselves and others. In this episode, they …
 
The prostate gland grows in men at puberty and secretes the fluid that carries the sperm. It remains a constant size until about the age of forty, then it begins to grow again. About 50% of men aged 60 have some enlargement of the prostate gland and this rises to 90% at the age of 80. This enlargement may be benign – effectively harmless. However, …
 
The biology behind Shelley's Frankenstein in an unquestionably fascinating subject. Since the bicentenary of the novel, Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus, the field of Medicine has progressed beyond recognition. Yet the overwhelming message that comes across to the reader, and indeed the world, is that we can never allow our egos to presume tha…
 
Many biologists consider the microbes in our bodies to be, effectively, another body organ. The bacteria in our intestines help to release nutrients from the food we ingest, manufacture crucial vitamins, protect against infection by out-competing other, harmful bacteria and interact genetically with the immune system reducing inflammation, to name …
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Shaw Wells “The World’s Greatest Formulator” who is an expert in supplement formulation and ingredient discovery. They discuss potential applications for a new Berberine derivative for blood sugar management, insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. They also uncover some other novel ingredients for fat loss, energy…
 
Actions taken at the outset of an investigation at a fire and arson scene can play a pivotal role in the resolution of a case. Careful, thorough investigation is key to ensuring that potential physical evidence is not tainted or destroyed, or potential witnesses overlooked. Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary detective Sherlock Holmes is quoted as saying…
 
- We Introduced ourselves (Aaron Introduces the show, then Tanea, Ryan, Lee) Order will be Aaron, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.- What is your go to winter holiday movie (or other media, tv show, song, etc)?Tanea: I just watched Jingle Jangle and it was gr…
 
Forensic entomology involves the application of insect and other arthropod biology in legal investigations. Imagine a scenario whereby a dead body has been discovered in a wood - one way of estimating how long it has been there is to identify the insects that have colonised it. The first insects to colonise an above-ground body are true flies (orde…
 
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to alter its structure and function in response to new learning or changes in the environment. Therefore, when it is said that the human brain is ‘plastic’, it means malleable and able to change. This may seem impossible, but our brains are constantly changing from the moment we are born. Each time we learn or…
 
Whooping cough, also called ‘the cough of 100 days’, is an acute and highly contagious disease of the upper respiratory tract caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis. It is transmitted via droplets in the air from coughing and sneezing. The main symptoms are severe bouts of coughing, often followed by vomiting. Before the introduction of a who…
 
Lucas invites an expert in Nutrition, Metabolic Health and performance, Dr. Tommy Wood, to highlight some fundamental health principles everyone needs to know. Ever wondered which macronutrient is best to OVERCONSUME? Dr. Wood does an excellent job at explaining the leading theories of insulin resistance, and various lifestyle strategies to overcom…
 
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that can be explained by cognitive psychology and theories of memory. Evidence from fMRI scans show that the brain functions differently in a person with dyslexia, resulting in strengths and limitations. It affects the ability to develop effective reading skills due to difficulties with working memory, processing ski…
 
Why would someone elect to have their eggs frozen? The main reason is to store these delicate cells so that they can be used in the future. The technique of freezing and storing sperm cells and embryos has been undertaken for many years. However, the use of frozen eggs for infertility treatment is a relatively new technique. Eggs do not freeze as w…
 
What is a germ cell and why do animals separate germ and soma (body) cells at all? What molecules determine whether cells become germ or soma, and are some such mechanisms products of horizontal gene transfer? On this episode of Big Biology, we talk with Cassandra Extavour, an evolutionary developmental biologist at Harvard who studies the how's an…
 
I've been teaching for well over a decade now, and in that time, I’ve supported countless medics, vets, dentists, biomed students, biological sciences undergraduates and a whole host of other applicants with their personal statements for university. Some have been truly fantastic, and undoubtedly would have helped them in securing offers from their…
 
The situational factors that influence any type of social interaction (e.g. the physical environment, the presence of other people) can be applied to sport in very specific ways. This podcast will consider some of the theories and studies that can be applied when considering the topic of sport within social contexts. (With thanks to our sponsor 'Cu…
 
Alexis Doyle is an MD student at the Stanford School of Medicine. Before starting medical school, she worked at the Mississippi State Department of Health on a maternal health project and completed graduate studies in Medical Anthropology and Public Policy as a Rhodes Scholar. Alexis attended the University of Notre Dame as an undergraduate, where …
 
Benjamin Gibbs is a MD-PhD student at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. He is currently working on his PhD in Pathology focusing on drug development for ovarian cancers. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in chemistry and a minor in physics. Benjamin has been researching cancer since 2012. He is passionate ab…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Haidut (Georgi Dinkov) onto the show. He goes by the name “Haidut” online and has posted hundreds of highly controversial and thought-provoking studies in the Ray Peat forum. Georgi discusses many of the common issues with modern medicine, ranging from thyroid health, metabolism, sugar intake, Prolactin, Cortisol, End…
 
It is crucial that animals with a cardiovascular system can slow (and ultimately prevent) blood loss from injury or damage to body tissues. In addition, the skin (and accompanying secretions from sebaceous glands) is a highly effective barrier to pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. The repair of skin is vital to the prevention of contrac…
 
As we begin to unlock the secrets held in our DNA, we could all live healthier, for a lot longer - but how much longer is the key question…how far can we push the boundaries? How do we defy the natural phenomenon of ageing...but more importantly, what implications would it have? In this podcast, I’d like to explore the current scientific and medica…
 
Samantha Scharenberg is a second year MD-PhD student at Stanford University. She did her undergraduate at Stanford. There, she studied lysosomal storage diseases at the laboratory of Dr Matthew Porteus (the legend). We talked about science and her research: lysosomal storage diseases; the use of genome-editing technologies, specifically CRISPR/Cas9…
 
Has your grading philosophy changed during a pandemic?Our Panel this week is Aaron Mathieu from Massachusetts, Joining us from Arizona is Tanea Hibler, Joining us from Missouri is Ryan Lacson, and joining us from Texas is Lee Ferguson.Opening Question: What is your favorite type of pie? Is it different for different holidays?How have you adjusted y…
 
How has the amount of artificial light changed over the last 150 years? In what ways does artificial light affect human health and wildlife? And how can new lighting technologies ameliorate the effects of light pollution? On this episode of Big Biology we talk to Kevin Gaston (@KevinJGaston), a professor of Biodiversity & Conservation at the Univer…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites an internationally renowned expert on gut health, Dr. Jason Hawrelak. They discuss how certain diets influence the microbiome, the effects of antibiotics, and other factors on overall gut health in IBS and IBD. This episode is cutting edge, and full incredibly useful resources, so get your notepad out! Relevant links:…
 
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…
 
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 Philosophy in Chemistry at Cambridge University under Pro…
 
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 Bioinformati…
 
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…
 
Виды иммунитета. как работают вакцины. https://vk.com/kharzinaolga Здесь комментарии. https://www.patreon.com/biologyschool Здесь картинки и углублённые знания, а также поддержка.
 
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…
 
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/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kwat/support…
 
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/appSupp…
 
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.…
 
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 …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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