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MSNBC anchor and NBC News Senior Business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle hosts compelling conversations for these culturally complicated times. From mental health and parenting, to a widening gender gap, and rampant misinformation on social media – we’re getting comfortable talking about the uncomfortable. And we’re doing it with help of experts and thought-provoking contributors to the opinion and analysis site NBC Think.
 
Ideas are fleeting. Like spring daffodils, fall leaves or summer sunsets some are with us only days or moments. This podcast is about the capture, aggregation, refinement and application of such ideas, images and concepts. Whether you're an executive or student, parent, teacher or artist you'll hear ways to engage and involve; see and capture; learn, create and do.
 
On Parsing Science researchers share the unpublished stories behind their recent research and share the background that led to their scientific discoveries. In the show we explore what doesn’t makes it into scientific journals — taking listeners behind the scenes of world’s most compelling science.
 
"Awakening" boldly investigates the steps that heroic people everywhere are taking to meet the effects of the current economic and social crisis in daily life. These dynamic role models are feeding the homeless, retrieving parents from nursing homes, growing their own food, creating community, radically forgiving, and discovering the miraculous. The Western American author Louis Lamour has said that "There will come a time when you think that everything is ending. But that will be the beginn ...
 
"Awakening" boldly investigates the steps that heroic people everywhere are taking to meet the effects of the current economic and social crisis in daily life. These dynamic role models are feeding the homeless; retrieving parents from nursing homes; growing their own food; creating community; radically forgiving; and discovering the miraculous. The Western American author Louis Lamour has said that "There will come a time when you think that everything is ending. But that will be the beginn ...
 
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What matters more in getting cited — what you say or how you say it? In a remaster and remix of our first episode of the show, we're revisited by Ryan Kelly from the University of Washington's School of Marine and Environmental Affairs.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
How did a Cold War era debacle help us better understand the dangers of climate change? In episode 99 of Parsing Science, we talk with Drew Christ from the University of Vermont about his research into how a fossils plucked from forgotten experiment in the Arctic led to his discovery the last time Greenland’s glaciers completely melted, it happened…
 
In episode 97 of Parsing Science, we talk with João Teixeira from the University of Adelaide about his research which examined the genomes of modern humans to investigate the interbreeding between ancient humans and modern human populations who arrived in Southeast Asia around 60,000 years ago.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
In episode 97 of Parsing Science, we’ll talk with Alexander Puzrin from ETH Zurich about his research into a 62-year-old mystery over the deaths of 9 hikers in the freezing Russian wilderness, a tragedy that’s been attributed to everything from a yeti to military weapons testing, and an avalanche.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Do monkeys know how much fruit your sunglasses are worth? In episode 96 of Parsing Science, we talk with Jean-Baptiste "JB" Leca about his field research observing interactions among macaques at a Hindu temple in Bali. There, the monkeys have learned to rob tourists of everything from smartphones to flip flops, and then barter their return to templ…
 
How much can you trust people's retelling of information the've read? In episode 95, Shiri Melumad discusses her research showing that when – much like the children’s game “telephone” – news is repeatedly retold, it undergoes a stylistic transformation through which the original facts are increasingly replaced by opinions and interpretations, with …
 
In honor of International Women's Day, Stephanie is joined by her all-star female friends that make up her real-life group chat - Kara Swisher, Amanda Katz, Hilary Rosen and Tammy Haddad - for a frank conversation on the importance of strong female friendships. They also discuss everything from how women can help one another in business, to how the…
 
For over 25 years, Hans has worked in a variety of customer service roles at Swedbank. Most recently, he has led the adoption of Nina, Swedbank’s virtual assistant. Working as a manager, Hans and his team blend the conversational AI powered technology with banking-specific content to enable the virtual assistant to answer questions, conduct transac…
 
We all learned to live differently in 2020. But how have the events of the last twelve months affected your customers ‘attitudes and expectations? And how should your brand respond? Join us to hear Bean explore: 1. How consumer attitudes changed las year and how they didn't. 2. Regional differences across the UK, Europe and the world 3. The implica…
 
In episode 94, we talk with Lindy McBride and Zhilei Zhao from Princeton about their research into how mosquitoes that can carry dangerous diseases such as Zika, dengue, West Nile virus and malaria are able to track us down so quickly while ignoring other warm-blooded animals.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Stephanie is joined by author Tanya Selvaratnam who opens up about her relationship with former New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman and how she escaped the abusive relationship, which is chronicled in her new book "Assume Nothing." And they discuss the importance of brining awareness to the stigma that still surrounds intimate partner viole…
 
Stephanie speaks with Derek DelGaudio, the artist and performer behind the off-Broadway success and hit Hulu documentary, 'In & Of Itself,' about the process of making his influential one-man show, working with the legendary Frank Oz, and what he means when he says, 'identity is an illusion.' Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpo…
 
In episode 93, Luke Cuddy from Southwestern College’s philosophy program talks about the video game 'The Witness,' which presents players with a multitude of increasingly sophisticated and frustrating puzzles that perhaps result from a theory of knowledge it reflects.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Stephanie is joined by New York Times financial columnist and author of "The Price You Pay for College" for a deep dive into one of the biggest financial decisions families and students will make in their lifetime - choosing and paying for college. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Stephanie is joined by early Bitcoin investor and Galaxy Digital CEO Michael Novogratz to break down what’s behind the multi-day surge of GameStop stock - and why it could be a sign that the whole system needs an overhaul. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comiHeartRadio and MSNBC による
 
What effect did copying the U.S.'s legal system have on Colombia's incarceration system? In episode 92, Ángela Zorro Medina discusses her research into how transitioning to an adversarial model of criminal procedure – one controlled by the prosecutor and defense, rather than by the judge and court – impacted the number of inmates detained before th…
 
Stephanie speaks with Rep. Katie Porter (D - CA) about her efforts to fight corporate greed, hold big business accountable, and investigate fraud within the Payroll Protection Program. And Rep. Porter opens up about her experience on the day of the Capitol riot. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Stephanie is joined by journalist and author of 'Fascism Today,' Shane Burley, for an in-depth look at right-wing extremism in the U.S. and the motives of far-right hate groups, like those behind the Capitol riot, which left five people dead. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Are automated bots on social media having extraordinary influence on our political discourse? In episode 91, Emilio Ferrara from the University of Southern California discusses about his research into the prevalence of bots and the injection of conspiracies theories across more than 240 million tweets regarding the 2020 U.S. presidential election.…
 
Stephanie is joined by Dan Ariely – a behavioral economist and the James B. Duke Professor of psychology at Duke University – to discuss how human behavior and motivation played a role in our response to Covid, and why the nation needs an official Covid memorial day. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
In episode 90, Eric Tourigny from Newcastle University's School of History, Classics and Archaeology discusses his research into historic pet cemeteries and how they reveal our evolving feelings toward these animals, from beloved pets to valued family members with whom we may hope to reunify in an afterlife.…
 
Note: This episode is on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/SZHYy_ZfnYo --- Who else is PUMPED about Wonder Woman 1984?! I'm just excited for a new movie, even if the local theater is now my living room, and I am now the projectionist. Wonder Woman has... Super strength. Super speed. A Super lasso. Gal Gadot has a superpower too: super charisma. In thi…
 
Stephanie opens up about what it was like for her and her family to test positive for COVID-19. And she speaks with the Dean of Brown University School of Public Health, Dr. Ashish Jha, about the failure to implement organized testing and tracing, and the burden it places on American families. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp…
 
I used to think time travel would be awesome...until I read an 1883 etiquette book. Life in the 1880s: 17 drinks before breakfast. Waiting for the automobile to be invented. Some light assault of service people. More drinking. Grab your powdered wig, dust off your top hat, get in your horse and buggy and let’s learn some Victorian-era etiquette! --…
 
How can drones help us find settlements long-lost to time? In episode 89, Jesse Casana from Dartmouth College's Department of Anthropology discusses his research into using multi-sensor drones to collect data about a major Native American settlement in what is now Southeastern Kansas.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Stephanie is joined by Donald K. Sherman, deputy director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and former government oversight and ethics lawyer, to discuss how holdover Trump political appointees could exercise their power in a Biden Administration. And they take a closer look corruption and accountability in Washington. …
 
Stephanie is joined by MSNBC Columnist Liz Plank to discuss how sex and dating have changed during COVID. And Liz shares her experience of meeting her long-term boyfriend on a social distance date during quarantine. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comiHeartRadio and MSNBC による
 
With a Covid-19 vaccine on the horizon, Stephanie speaks with public health expert and professor of epidemiology at Kent State University, Tara Smith, about the misinformation campaign launched against a potential COVID vaccine. And they discuss how misinformation spreads on social media and why it threatens the success of a future vaccine program.…
 
How did the earliest and largest clusters of galaxies form? In episode 88, Arianna Long from the University California - Irvine discusses her research into the emergence of massive dusty star-forming galaxies which developed billions of years ago.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Stephanie speaks with writer, NBC THINK contributor and mother of two children Danielle Campoamor about the challenges parents, particularly moms, are facing during the pandemic. And they discuss some alarming trends that suggest COVID is disproportionately affecting women. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Stephanie is joined by former Republican strategist and co-founder of the Lincoln Project, Steve Schmidt on the eve of the 2020 election to discuss his anxieties and expectations. They reunite one week later to reflect on the results and discuss what 70 million votes for Trump could mean for the future of Trumpism. For more opinion and analysis vis…
 
How could a gene that causes one type of ALS be switched off? In episode 87, Tim Miller from the Washington University in St. Louis discusses his research into therapies that target the single strands of DNA or RNA which cause many cases of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease.…
 
MSNBC anchor and NBC News Senior Business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle is making sense of these complicated times through honest and compelling conversations with thought-provoking guests. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comiHeartRadio and MSNBC による
 
Have you ever wondered how to not be boring in a conversation? Maybe you really want to be more interesting, but you don't know how, maybe you KNOW deep down that you’re not boring, but you just need some pointers. In part 2 of this series, we're going to cover 4 ways you can be less boring and more interesting in a conversation. --- Be sure to go …
 
Can Can we knowingly fake ourselves out? In episode 86 of Parsing Science we talk with Darwin Guevarra from Michigan State University about his research exploring how placebos sometimes have the power to reduce neural markers of emotional distress, even in cases in which people are told told that they're only taking a placebo rather than an active …
 
How are Black women using social media to develop community and identity? In episode 85 we talk with Kyesha Jennings from North Carolina State University about her analysis of what the wildly popular meme "hot girl summer" - drawn from lyrics by hip-hop phenomenon, Megan Thee Stallion - tells us about changes in the ways in which Black women cultiv…
 
Should I have done something differently? Or could nobody have seen it coming? In episode 84 Tori Howes and Ed Kausel join us to discuss their research into the malleability of narcissists' memory, as well as whether they're able to reflect on their mistakes to learn from them.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Building the skill of being witty in conversation is super important. When you meet a new person at work, for example, and you're able to crack a joke, it demonstrates that you don't take yourself too seriously, have a good sense of humor, and are socially skilled. All good things! If you've ever wondered how to be witty in conversation, this episo…
 
It's been two YEARS since I've done a Q&A show. That's far too long! Today, we're going to cover three questions: 1. How can you make conversation with the company CEO in the elevator? 2. Should you skip small talk and jump right to big talk? 3. How can you feel comfortable around new people? Let's dive in! --- Be sure to go to Become More Compelli…
 
Why do religious leaders abstain from some pleasures? In episode 83, Manvir Singh discusses his research into why shaman healers among the a group of people off the coast of Indonesia observe costly prohibitions, such abstinence or food restrictions, especially given that they could exploit their position for self-serving ends instead.…
 
Building the SKILL of talking to anyone with confidence is SO important. If you're not able to communicate with confidence, it'll be more difficult to advance in your career, lead/inspire your team at work, or be confident in a social situation. In this video, I'll show you 5 ways to talk to anyone with confidence. You'll want to stick around till …
 
If you've ever wondered how to network with people, you're not alone. When someone says "Networking" it makes me think of American Psycho where a bunch of yuppies sit around comparing business cards. "MY GOD...IT EVEN HAS A WATERMARK." Networking doesn't have to feel that way! And in 2020, most networking is sending a DM or email. But how can you g…
 
Does spanking really have lasting impacts on kids' later lives? In episode 82, Nicole Barbaro from Western Governors University Labs talks with us about her research into the factors that determine the answer to this question.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
Have you ever wondered how to not be boring in a conversation? Maybe you really want to be more interesting, but you don't know how, maybe you KNOW deep down that you’re not boring, but you just need some pointers. This episode is for you. I'll cover 6 ways you can be less boring and more interesting in conversation. --- Be sure to go to Become Mor…
 
Tim Tangherlini discusses his research into how conspiracy theorists interpret and use what they believe is “hidden knowledge” to connect multiple human interactions that are otherwise unlinked ... and how when one of these links is cut, they're less able to hold together a coherent story about it.Parsing Science: The unpublished stories behind the world’s most compelling science, as told by the researchers themselves. による
 
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