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Physics, Math, and Astronomy Podcast Collection (List View)

A curated collection of podcasts focused on physics, math, and/or astronomy. For general science, see the Science Podcast Collection.

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Updated: 2024-Jun-19 17:07 UTC. Podcasts listed: 128. Ordered by date of most recent episode (newest to oldest). AI-generated content is based on podcaster-provided show and episode descriptions.


Collection summary covering past 30 days of combined episodes (AI-generated):

These podcasts collectively span a rich array of topics in the realms of astrophysics, space exploration, mathematics, physics, and mental health neuroscience. The content often delves into cutting-edge scientific discoveries and theories, highlighting how astronomical phenomena such as supernovae, rogue planets, and black holes provide insights into the universe's structure and origins. Several episodes focus on recent space missions, such as NASA's Perseverance rover's exploration of Mars and the potential for human colonies on the moon and Mars, including discussions about managing resources like water and the technological advancements facilitating these missions.

The podcasts also explore theoretical aspects of cosmology, such as the implications of dark matter, the multiverse, and the search for extraterrestrial life, often featuring rigorous analyses of data collected from advanced telescopes. Discussions on the latest findings from the James Webb Space Telescope, discoveries of new exoplanets, and evidence for phenomena like gravitational waves and the cosmic microwave background further illustrate ongoing efforts to understand the universe's expansive and intricate nature.

In the realm of physics and mathematics, episodes cover significant topics like quantum computing, the origins and significance of mathematical theories, and innovative approaches to scientific education and pedagogy. Discussions about the theoretical underpinnings and practical applications of these fields are common, shedding light on both the profound and everyday impacts of mathematical and physical discoveries.

Mental health and neuroscience are also prominently featured, particularly in the context of how psychedelics and other novel treatments are advancing our understanding of mental health conditions like depression and PTSD. These discussions often include insights into the therapeutic potential of psychedelics and the biochemical mechanisms underlying mental health disorders.

Overall, these podcasts offer a comprehensive look at both contemporary scientific research and timeless questions about the universe, bridging the gap between complex scientific theories and their broader implications for humanity and technology.


Podcasts:
Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science Image Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science
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1201 episodes
2002 to 2024
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space exploration • Astronomy discoveries • Space policy discussions • Human spaceflight • Scientific missions • Technology innovations • Historical space events • Scientific community insights

Description (podcaster-provided): Planetary Radio brings you the human adventure across our Solar System and beyond. We visit each week with the scientists, engineers, leaders, advocates, and astronauts who are taking us across the final frontier. Regular features raise your space IQ while they put a smile on your face. Join host Sarah Al-Ahmed and Planetary Society colleagues including Bill Nye the Science Guy and Bruce Betts as they dive deep into space science and exploration. The monthly Space Policy Edition takes you inside the DC beltway where the future of the US space program hangs in the balance. Visit planetary.org/radio for an episode guide and much more.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 15:00 UTC): A big year for heliophysics and Parker Solar Probe

Physics World Stories Podcast Image Physics World Stories Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
100 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 41 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics innovations • Cosmic phenomena • Scientific debates • Technology impacts • Sustainability issues • Astrophysical discoveries • Intersection of science and culture • Quantum mechanics • Space exploration • Scientific achievements

Description (podcaster-provided): Physics is full of captivating stories, from ongoing endeavours to explain the cosmos to ingenious innovations that shape the world around us. In the Physics World Stories podcast, Andrew Glester talks to the people behind some of the most intriguing and inspiring scientific stories. Listen to the podcast to hear from a diverse mix of scientists, engineers, artists and other commentators. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World website. If you enjoy what you hear, then also check out the Physics World Weekly podcast, a science-news podcast presented by our award-winning science journalists.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 11:28 UTC): Physics and sport: flying balls, perfecting technique, and wellbeing in academia

The 365 Days of Astronomy Image The 365 Days of Astronomy
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
250 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy news • Exoplanets • Space explorations • Asteroids • Black holes • Cosmic phenomena • Telescopes • Space missions • Historical astronomy • Space weather • Neutron stars • Dwarf planets

Description (podcaster-provided): The 365 Days of Astronomy podcast launched in 2009 as part of the International Year of Astronomy. This community podcast continues to bring you day after day of content across the years. Everyday, a new voice, helping you see the universe we share in a new way. This show is managed by Avivah Yamani, edited by Richard Drumm. This podcast is funded through Patreon.com/CosmoQuestX and produced out of the Planetary Science Institute.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 11:00 UTC): Cheap Astronomy - Dear CA #104: Moving Out

The Math Club Image The Math Club
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
54 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematical concepts • Math jokes • Historical math topics • Puzzles and paradoxes • Mathematical proofs • Interviews with experts • Interactive math challenges • Practical applications of math • Math in education

Description (podcaster-provided): Join hosts Peter Littig and Noah King as they discuss and explain mathematical topics with their own unique style. Full of information that will interest and entertain math lovers as well as those who maybe don’t love it quite that much… yet. Mathematical concepts, history, paradoxes, and puzzles await you, along with a generous helping of witty banter and fun. Calling all members…. The Math Club is open!
Email - [email protected]
Twitter - @mathclubpodcast

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 11:00 UTC): What's the Deal?: The Mathematics of Deal or No Deal

Crash Course Pods: The Universe Image Crash Course Pods: The Universe
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
6 episodes
2024
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): theoretical astrophysics • history of the universe • stars turning on • cosmic dark ages • multiverse theory • fundamental forces • particle colliders • origins from Big Bang • human significance to the universe

Description (podcaster-provided): Dr. Katie Mack, a theoretical astrophysicist, walks #1 New York Times bestselling author John Green through the history of the entire universe - including the parts that haven’t been written yet.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 09:00 UTC): Ep. 5: Black Holes

New Books in Mathematics Image New Books in Mathematics
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
147 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 56 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with mathematicians and authors • Exploration of historical and modern mathematical problems and applications • Discussions on the intersection of mathematics with various scientific, social, and cultural issues

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviews with Mathematicians about their New Books
Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/mathematics

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 08:00 UTC): Paulina Rowinska, "Mapmatics: How We Navigate the World Through Numbers" (Pan Macmillan, 2024)

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary Image SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
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1000 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy and space news • Black holes and neutron stars • Mars exploration and water • Lunar missions and landers • Cosmic phenomena and telescopes • Space weather and climate change • Star and galaxy formation • Space technology and innovation

Description (podcaster-provided): 19 years on Australian Public Radio (as StarStuff), 8 years of podcasting and counting. We have a lot of content to share with you.
Recognized worldwide by our listeners and industry experts as one of the best and most thoroughly researched programs on Astronomy, Space, and Science News.
Hosted by Stuart Gary, a veteran radio science reporter, broadcaster and now podcaster.
Keep up-to-date and learn something new with every episode.
New episodes weekly. Three new episodes are published on Mondays for our subscribers and individual episodes publicly on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
Show your support for SpaceTime, help us reach our goals with early access to commercial-free episodes and bonuses via Supercast, Patreon, Apple Podcasts and YouTube.
Links at https://spacetimewithstuartgary.com/about
Enjoy!
Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/spacetime-with-stuart-gary--2458531/support.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 06:23 UTC): S27E74: Water Frost on Olympus Mons, Europe's Solar Probe, and Virgin Galactic's Pause

The Cosmic Savannah Image The Cosmic Savannah
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87 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 43 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy in Africa • Astrophysics discoveries • Galaxy evolution • Polar ring galaxies • Pulsars and Fast Radio Bursts • Big data in astronomy • Astronomy education • SKA telescope developments • Women's contribution to astronomy

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to The Cosmic Savannah, a podcast giving you a behind-the-scenes peek into the world-class astronomy and astrophysics happening in Africa. Each episode, hosts Dr Jacinta Delhaize and Dr Daniel Cunnama chat to different guests and introduce you to the people, the technology, the science and the fascinating discoveries emerging from African astronomy. No matter who you are or where you're from, we welcome you to join us on a safari through the skies!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 04:00 UTC): Episode 72: Exploring New Horizons in Astronomy

Maths on the Move Image Maths on the Move
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
77 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 22 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): News from the world of maths • Interviews with mathematicians • Applications of mathematics in science and technology • Mathematical theories and conjectures • AI and machine learning • Mathematics in art and music • Climate change and epidemiology

Description (podcaster-provided): Maths on the Move, the podcast from plus.maths.org, will bring you the latest news from the world of maths, plus interviews and discussions with leading mathematicians and scientists about the maths that is changing our lives. Hosted by Plus editors Rachel Thomas and Marianne Freiberger.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-19 04:00 UTC): Euromaths: Artur Avila

Universe Today Podcast Image Universe Today Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
1163 episodes
2014 to 2024
Median: 20 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space news • Interviews with experts • Space missions and explorations • Astronomical phenomena • Mars and Moon missions • NASA updates • James Webb Space Telescope • Black holes and dark matter • Scientific discoveries and theories

Description (podcaster-provided): Space news, interviews, Q&As, and exclusive content from Universe Today.
Audio versions of Fraser Cain YouTube channel.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 21:00 UTC): [Q&A] Galaxy Level Threats, The Truth About Binary Stars, Rogue Gravitational Waves

Ask a Spaceman! Image Ask a Spaceman!
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
232 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 35 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astrophysics • Cosmology • Black holes • Quantum mechanics • Extraterrestrial life • Space exploration • Universe's structure and behavior • Celestial phenomena • Scientific methodology and history • Technology in astronomy

Description (podcaster-provided): What would happen if you fell into a black hole? How big is the universe? Just what the heck is a quasar, anyway?
You've got questions, and astrophysicist Paul Sutter has the answers! Submit questions via Twitter using #AskASpaceman or post to facebook.com/PaulMattSutter. Every week you will come closer to COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF TIME AND SPACE!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 11:00 UTC): AaS! 226: Does the Universe Get Shorter When You Go Faster?

StarTalk Radio Image StarTalk Radio
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925 episodes
2009 to 2024
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Physics • Evolution • Technology • Medicine • Neuroscience • Quantum mechanics • Space exploration • Environmental science • Pop culture • Comedy • Celebrity interviews

Description (podcaster-provided): Science, pop culture, and comedy collide on StarTalk Radio! Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and Director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, and his comic co-hosts, guest celebrities, and scientific experts explore astronomy, physics, and everything else there is to know about life in the universe. New episodes premiere Tuesdays. Keep Looking Up!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 07:00 UTC): Cosmic Queries – Space Traveler’s Delight

StarDate Image StarDate
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10 episodes
2024
Median: 2 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Stars • Planets • Night sky observations • Galactic phenomena • Space exploration • Cosmic events • Universe geometry • Alien life potential • Ancient history and stars

Description (podcaster-provided): StarDate, the longest-running national radio science feature in the U.S., tells listeners what to look for in the night sky.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 05:00 UTC): William Lassell

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe Image Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
606 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 47 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics explanations • Listener questions • Quantum mechanics • Gravity theories • Astrophysical phenomena • Dark matter • Nuclear energy discussions • Particle physics • Mysteries of the Universe • Scientific discussions with guests

Description (podcaster-provided): A fun-filled discussion of the big, mind-blowing, unanswered questions about the Universe. In each episode, Daniel Whiteson (a Physicist who works at CERN) and Jorge Cham (a popular online cartoonist) discuss some of the simple but profound questions that people have been wondering about for thousands of years, explaining the science in a fun, shorts-wearing and jargon-free way.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 05:00 UTC): Can supernovas cause ice ages?

Math is Figure-Out-Able! Image Math is Figure-Out-Able!
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
297 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Math education strategies • Fraction multiplication • Classroom community building • Compliance in math class • Order of operations • Problem-solving discussions • Social media engagement • Number sense and representations

Description (podcaster-provided): Math teacher educator Pam Harris and her cohost Kim Montague answer the question: If not algorithms, then what? Join them for ~15-30 minutes every Tuesday as they cast their vision for mathematics education and give actionable items to help teachers teach math that is Figure-Out-Able. See www.MathisFigureOutAble.com for more great resources!

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 05:00 UTC): Ep 209: Stick and Split

Breaking Math Podcast Image Breaking Math Podcast
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123 episodes
2017 to 2024
Median: 40 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Interdisciplinary mathematics discussions • Interviews with experts • Mathematical applications in science and art • Probability and statistics • Space and settlement feasibility • Education and content creation strategies • History of mathematics development • Ethics in AI and technology

Description (podcaster-provided): Hosted by Gabriel Hesch and Autumn Phaneuf, who have advanced degrees in EE and industrial engineering/operations research respectively, come together to discuss mathematics as a pure field al in its own as well as how it describes the language of science, engineering, and even creativity.  
Breaking Math brings you the absolute best in interdisciplinary science discussions -  bringing together experts in varying fields including artificial intelligence, neuroscience, evolutionary biology, physics, chemistry and materials-science, and more -  to discuss where humanity is headed.
website:  breakingmath.io 
linktree:  linktree.com/breakingmathmedia
email:  [email protected]

Latest episode (2024-Jun-18 04:00 UTC): Minisode: Absolutely Nothing

The Vatican Observatory Podcast Image The Vatican Observatory Podcast
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24 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 32 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Church and science • Asteroid missions • Advanced telescope technology • Vatican Observatory staff • Artistic sketches of celestial objects • Black hole imaging • Spacecraft engineering • Space exploration • Meteorite research • Education in astronomy • Climate modeling • Space fiction and facts

Description (podcaster-provided): The Vatican Observatory is one of the oldest and most accomplished observatories in the world… which surprises people who have limited understanding of Church and science. In this podcast, you’ll hear from Vatican astronomers and their accomplished special guests as they explore the wonder of God’s surprising universe.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 21:00 UTC): Steeped in Science

Interplanetary Podcast Image Interplanetary Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
308 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space exploration • Astronomy research • Interviews with experts • NASA missions • Cosmic phenomena • Space technology • Historical space events • Lunar and Martian exploration • Astrophysics • Sustainability in space

Description (podcaster-provided): Putting The Ace Back Into Space.
Host Matthew Russell's critically acclaimed fun and factual show about all things SPACE.
New episode every week with a deep dive into the latest hot space topics.
With regular Interviews and discussions with the worlds top space experts.
From how rockets fly to how blackholes work and everything in-between.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 20:30 UTC): #306 - Dr. Eiman Jahangir - New Shepard

Astronomy Cast Image Astronomy Cast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
604 episodes
2006 to 2024
Median: 30 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Space missions • Planetary science • Telescopes • Galaxies • Exoplanets • Black holes • Space weather • Volcanism • Water worlds • Peer review • Asteroids • Space technology • NASA programs • Rogue planets

Description (podcaster-provided): Take a fact-based journey through the cosmos. Tune in to hear weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela L. Gay (Planetary Science Institute), this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us. Astronomy Cast is supported thru patreon.com/AstronomyCast.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 20:00 UTC): Ep. 723: Exoplanets by the Numbers

Why This Universe? Image Why This Universe?
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
97 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Theoretical physics • Exoplanet discovery • Black holes • Quantum mechanics • Ancient Greek astronomy • Gravitational waves • Particle physics • Scientific revolutions • Consciousness • Extraterrestrial life • Science journalism • Simulation theory

Description (podcaster-provided): The biggest ideas in physics, broken down. Join theoretical physicist Dan Hooper and co-host Shalma Wegsman as they answer your questions about dark matter, black holes, quantum mechanics, and more. Part of The University of Chicago Podcast Network.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 19:04 UTC): 85 - Our Sun: Present, Past and Future

The Actual Astronomy Podcast Image The Actual Astronomy Podcast
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
436 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Amateur astronomy experiences • Telescope reviews and maintenance • Observing tips and techniques • Listener emails and gear updates • Special guests and interviews • Observing calendars for upcoming months

Description (podcaster-provided): Join amateur astronomers, Chris and Shane, as they share their experiences of observing the night sky.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 13:00 UTC): #434- Another Telescope, Noctilucent Clouds, and Listener Emails

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas Image Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas
ProfileSiteRSSApple Podcasts
329 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 81 minutes
Collections: PhilosophyPhysics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Science • Sociology • Philosophy • Technology • Artificial Intelligence • Quantum Physics • Climate Change • Metaphysics • Astrophysics • Complex Systems • History • Biology • Psychology

Description (podcaster-provided): Ever wanted to know how music affects your brain, what quantum mechanics really is, or how black holes work? Do you wonder why you get emotional each time you see a certain movie, or how on earth video games are designed? Then you’ve come to the right place. Each week, Sean Carroll will host conversations with some of the most interesting thinkers in the world. From neuroscientists and engineers to authors and television producers, Sean and his guests talk about the biggest ideas in science, philosophy, culture and much more.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 11:46 UTC): 279 | Ellen Langer on Mindfulness and the Body

Pale Blue Pod Image Pale Blue Pod
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85 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 52 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy topics • Science discussions • Movie and book reviews • Astronomer interviews • Space missions • Astrophysics concepts • Seasonal sky events • Astronomy-themed games • Humorous anecdotes • Promotional codes

Description (podcaster-provided): Pale Blue Pod is an astronomy podcast for people who are overwhelmed by the universe but want to be its friend. Astrophysicist Dr. Moiya McTier and comedian Corinne Caputo demystify space one topic at a time with open eyes, open arms, and open mouths (from so much laughing and jaw-dropping). By the end of each episode, the cosmos will feel a little less “ahhh too scary” and a lot more “ohhh, so cool!” New episodes every Monday.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 10:00 UTC): Aphelion sky in the ice cream shoppe

Cheap Astronomy Podcasts Image Cheap Astronomy Podcasts
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387 episodes
2009 to 2024

Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Astrophysics • Cosmology • Space science • Space exploration • Nuclear thermal propulsion • Mission extensions • Dark energy • Delta V • Space travel mental health • Implausible engineering • Physics formulas

Description (podcaster-provided): Cheap Astronomy offers you 10 minute weekly podcasts on a wide range of astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology, space science and space exploration topics. At Cheap Astronomy you're only as cheap as the telescope you're looking through.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-17 00:39 UTC): 341.3 Artificial intelligence in space - 17 June 2024

Into the Impossible With Brian Keating Image Into the Impossible With Brian Keating
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416 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 65 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Cosmology • Astrophysics • Theoretical physics • Alien life • Scientific discoveries • Artificial intelligence • Philosophical implications • Human consciousness • Technological advancements • Prominent scientists and thinkers

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast about how we understand the world, scientifically and as humans. Each conversation brings together visionaries from the worlds of arts, sciences, humanities, and technology discussing the nature of reality and how we collaborate to create the future. Hosted by Dr Brian Keating, Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor of Physics at UC San Diego. For show notes go to: https://briankeating.com/podcast

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 12:00 UTC): This New Method of Teaching Physics Changes EVERYTHING! w/ Eric Mazur [Ep. 428]

Starry Time Image Starry Time
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52 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 20 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy and mythology • Retelling and reinterpreting constellation myths • Cosmic backgrounds of constellations • Pop culture appearances of constellations • Discussion of historical and mythical creatures

Description (podcaster-provided): Starry Time is a monthly podcast hosted by two sisters who bring their love of astronomy and mythology to reading and retelling the stories of the night sky.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 10:00 UTC): Perseus: Pop Culture Superstar

Radio Astronomy Image Radio Astronomy
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283 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 25 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy insights • Black holes and comets • Meteor showers • Eclipses • Star gazing guides • Astrophotography tips • Scientific discoveries • Planetary events • Notable astronomic phenomena

Description (podcaster-provided): The weekly astronomy podcast from the makers of BBC Sky at Night Magazine.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-16 02:00 UTC): Star Diary: The Moon and Ceres take a tour through the Teapot (17 to 23 June 2024)

The LIUniverse with Dr. Charles Liu Image The LIUniverse with Dr. Charles Liu
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38 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 32 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Cosmic discussions • Scientific frontiers • Space exploration • Astrophysics • Sci-fi analysis • Astronomy • Astrobiology • Black holes • Space missions • Nuclear fusion • Planetary science • Education in science • Interdisciplinary insights

Description (podcaster-provided): A half-hour dose of cosmic conversation with scientists, educators and students about the cosmos, scientific frontiers, scifi, comics, and more. Hosted by Dr. Charles Liu, PhD, an astrophysicist at the American Museum of Natural History. Support us on Patreon.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-15 21:56 UTC): Chuck GPT 3.0: Gravity, rocket Propulsion, space Tethers, and more!

This Week in Space (Audio) Image This Week in Space (Audio)
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10 episodes
2024
Median: 67 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space missions • Boeing's Starliner • SpaceX's Starship • China's lunar exploration • Mars Sample Return • Giant telescopes • Voyager 1 • Space music • Solar eclipses • Space debris

Description (podcaster-provided): The new space age is upon us, and This Week in Space leaves no topic untouched. Every Friday, join Editor-in-Chief of Ad Astra magazine, Rod Pyle and Managing Editor of Space.com, Tariq Malik as they explore everything related to the cosmos.
New episodes posted every Friday.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-14 21:00 UTC): TWiS 115: Our Friendly Mr. Sun - Mr. Sun: Friend or Foe? With Dr. Alex Young

Easy Physics Image Easy Physics
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156 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 2 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics principles • Quantum mechanics • Historical figures in physics • Modern physics discoveries • AI-generated content • Fundraising via Ko-fi • Premium episode subscription

Description (podcaster-provided): "Easy Physics" is a podcast that delves into the bizarre and fascinating world of this amazing science. Join us as we use humor and plain language to explore many foundamental principles, and learn about each one of them in a few minutes. From particles that exist in multiple places at once to the immensity of the cosmos, we'll take a lighthearted look at the most mind-bending concepts in physics.
If you like this podcast, please consider buying me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/jccrvn! Your donations allow me to continue this amazing project!
Note: This podcast is generated and spoken by AI.
Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 19:33 UTC): Nobel Prize In Physics

Physics World Weekly Podcast Image Physics World Weekly Podcast
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100 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 33 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Latest scientific news • Quantum physics • Astronomy • Materials science • Environmental research • Biomedical science • Physics education • Science policy • Technological innovations • Notable physicists and engineers

Description (podcaster-provided): Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World website. If you enjoy what you hear, then also check out our monthly podcast Physics World Stories, which takes a more in-depth look at a specific theme.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 15:30 UTC): The Kavli Prize in Astrophysics: meet the 2024 laureates David Charbonneau and Sara Seager

Math Ed Podcast Image Math Ed Podcast
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199 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 29 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics education research • Professional development for math teachers • Equity in STEM education • Articles and publications discussions • Interviews with educators and researchers • Teaching practices and methodologies

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Hosted by Samuel Otten, University of Missouri.
www.mathedpodcast.com
Produced by Fibre Studios

Latest episode (2024-Jun-13 15:20 UTC): Episode 2405: Practice-Driven Professional Development Project - Incremental PD

The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss Image The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss
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90 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 110 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Science discussions • Cultural insights • Notable scientists and intellectuals • Interviews with authors and journalists • Physics and cosmology • Human behavior and psychology • Technology and mathematics • Free speech and academia

Description (podcaster-provided): The Origins Podcast features in-depth conversations with some of the most interesting people in the world about the issues that impact all of us in the 21st century. Host, theoretical physicist, lecturer, and author, Lawrence M. Krauss, will be joined by guests from a wide range of fields, including science, the arts, and journalism. The topics discussed on The Origins Podcast reflect the full range of the human experience - exploring science and culture in a way that seeks to entertain, educate, and inspire. lawrencekrauss.substack.com
lawrencekrauss.substack.com

Latest episode (2024-Jun-12 16:00 UTC): Jeffrey Sachs: Economics, Conflict, and Real-World Diplomacy

Quanta Science Podcast Image Quanta Science Podcast
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241 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 19 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics developments • Theoretical physics insights • Breakthroughs in computer science • Life sciences discoveries • Neurology and brain research • Astronomy and cosmic phenomena • Evolutionary biology findings • Advanced technology studies

Description (podcaster-provided): Listen to Quanta Magazine's in-depth news stories about developments in mathematics, theoretical physics, theoretical computer science and the basic life sciences. Quanta, an editorially independent magazine published by the Simons Foundation, seeks to enhance public understanding of basic research. Read more at QuantaMagazine.org.
You've learned from Quanta. Now we want to learn from you! Quanta is conducting a series of surveys to better serve our audience. Take our podcast listener survey and you will be entered to win a free Quanta book, t-shirt or tote bag: quantamag.typeform.com/podcast

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 18:25 UTC): Extra-Long Blasts Challenge Our Theories of Cosmic Cataclysms

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90 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 43 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum mechanics • Black holes • Dark matter • Plasma • Particle accelerators • Large Hadron Collider • Chirality in living systems • Gravitational waves • Fusion energy research • Machine learning in quantum mechanics • Galaxy dynamics • Supernovae • Entropy • Axion searches • Hydrodynamics • String theory

Description (podcaster-provided): Learn about quantum mechanics, black holes, dark matter, plasma, particle accelerators, the Large Hadron Collider and other key Theoretical Physics topics. The Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics holds morning sessions consisting of three talks, pitched to explain an area of our research to an audience familiar with physics at about second-year undergraduate level.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 13:58 UTC): Chirality in living systems

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89 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 41 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum computing developments • Artificial intelligence and machine learning • Quantum cryptography and security • Quantum algorithms and error correction • Applications in healthcare and energy • Quantum education initiatives

Description (podcaster-provided): What if a Quantum Computing aficionado with expertise in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning talked to a security expert interested in how Quantum Computing already impacts the world?

Latest episode (2024-Jun-11 04:00 UTC): D-Wave Leads the Commercialization of Quantum with Guest Murray Thom

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93 episodes
2017 to 2024
Median: 27 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Favorite mathematical theorems • Their applications and implications • Interviews with mathematical professionals • Unique pairings with personal interests and hobbies

Description (podcaster-provided): Join us as we spend each episode talking with a mathematical professional about their favorite result. And since the best things in life come in pairs, find out what our guest thinks pairs best with their theorem.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-10 17:24 UTC): Episode 92 - Kate Stange

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106 episodes
2015 to 2024
Median: 77 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Universe exploration • cosmic phenomena • galactic structure • dark matter • black holes • star formation • exoplanets • quantum computing • gravitational waves • astroparticle physics • supermassive black holes • astronomy instruments • active galaxies

Description (podcaster-provided): The Universe is out there, waiting for you to discover it.
There’s a cosmic story uniting us.
We’re determined to bring it to everyone.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-08 15:52 UTC): Starts With A Bang #106 - The Troublesome Hunt for Planet Nine

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52 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 52 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Number theory • Mathematicians' life stories • Mathematical applications in popular culture • Data science and artificial intelligence • Fields Medal and mathematical prizes • Academic experiences in mathematics • Combinatorics and set theory

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviews with people who love numbers and mathematics. Hosted by Brady Haran, maker of the Numberphile series on YouTube.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-06 15:14 UTC): The Hyper-Curious Billionaire - Jim Simons (1938-2024)

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37 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 40 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Scientific curiosity • Mathematical concepts • Neuroscientific findings • Astrophysical phenomena • Evolutionary biology • Quantum mechanics • Technological advancements • Mental health research • Fluid dynamics • Immunology • Artificial intelligence

Description (podcaster-provided): “The Joy of Why” is a Quanta Magazine podcast about curiosity and the pursuit of knowledge. The mathematician and author Steven Strogatz and the cosmologist and author Janna Levin take turns interviewing leading researchers about the great scientific and mathematical questions of our time. New episodes are released every other Wednesday.
Quanta Magazine is a Pulitzer Prize–winning, editorially independent online publication launched and supported by the Simons Foundation to illuminate big ideas in science and math through public service journalism. Quanta’s reporters and editors focus on developments in mathematics, theoretical physics, theoretical computer science and the basic life sciences, emphasizing timely, accurate, in-depth and well-crafted articles for its broad discerning audience. In 2023, Steven Strogatz received a National Academies Eric and Wendy Schmidt Award for Excellence in Science Communications partly for his work on “The Joy of Why.”

Latest episode (2024-Jun-06 10:00 UTC): Can Psychedelics Improve Mental Health?

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30 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Personal experiences in physics careers • Research insights • Academia-industry transitions • Physics education and outreach • Experimental challenges and successes • Multidisciplinary collaborations • Work-life balance in physics • Student perspectives

Description (podcaster-provided): As fascinating as physics can be, it can also seem very abstract, but behind each experiment and discovery stands a real person trying to understand the universe. Join us at the Cavendish Laboratory on the first Thursday of every month as we get up close and personal with the researchers, technicians, students, teachers, and people that are the beating heart of Cambridge University’s Physics department. Each episode also covers the most exciting and up-to-date physics news coming out of our labs. If you want to know what goes on behind the doors of a Physics department, are curious to know how people get into physics, or simply wonder what physicists think and dream about, listen in!
Join us on Twitter @DeptofPhysics using the hashtag #PeopleDoingPhysics.
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Latest episode (2024-Jun-06 04:00 UTC): Pushing boundaries with Lisa Jardine-Wright

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127 episodes
2018 to 2024
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy explorations • New space discoveries • Black holes • Cosmic phenomena • Star formation • Space missions • Planetary science • Universe’s mysteries • Astrobiology • Advanced telescopes

Description (podcaster-provided): Join astronomer Dr Emily Brunsden and enthusiastic not-astronomer Dr Chris Stewart as they explore the universe.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-04 16:02 UTC): 121: Dark Bubbles of Weakness

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68 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 41 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy news • Space missions • Celestial phenomena • Historical astronomy • Q&A sessions with experts • Astrophysics research • Stargazing tips • Discussion on planets and moons • Listener questions and answers • Space exploration updates

Description (podcaster-provided): This is The Supermassive Podcast from the Royal Astronomical Society. Every month, science journalist Izzie Clarke and astrophysicist Dr Becky Smethurst take you through the universe with the latest research, history from the society’s archives and astronomy you can do from your own home.
Support the team by buying their book, The Year in Space - https://geni.us/jNcrw
You can send your questions to the team via [email protected] or follow them on Instagram @SupermassivePod.
The Supermassive Podcast is a Boffin Media Production by Izzie Clarke and Richard Hollingham.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-04 01:00 UTC): 53: The Major Lunar Standstill

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50 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Stem cell research in space • Space health and medicine • Astrophysics • Cosmology • Space technology and exploration • Planetary science • Space environment effects on humans • Space missions and discoveries

Description (podcaster-provided): UCTV programs explore astronomy, the physical universe and other space related topics with University of California faculty and experts from around the world.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-03 21:00 UTC): A Closer Look at...Stem Cells in Space

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48 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 5 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Simplifying Mathematics • Number Systems • Algebra and Expressions • Polynomials • Permutations and Combinations • Probability • Set Theory • Mathematical Modelling • Exam Preparation Tips • Math Phobia

Description (podcaster-provided): Maths is often dreaded as a subject by most of the students. Here is an attempt to simplify various topics in Mathematics and help reduce Maths Phobia.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 16:18 UTC): NUMBER SYSTEMS -III

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92 episodes
2017 to 2024
Median: 31 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy discussions • Night sky highlights • Cosmic news updates • Space missions • Astronomical discoveries • Interviews with astronomers • Photography tips • Planetary science • Space phenomena descriptions • Community engagement via social media

Description (podcaster-provided): Join the astronomers of the Royal Observatory Greenwich as they discuss the night sky and recent news in the wide world of astronomy.
The Royal Observatory Greenwich is the historic home of the Astronomer Royal, with the first building, Flamsteed House, built in 1675. Now the Observatory is a heritage site, museum and a centre for excellence in science learning.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 12:18 UTC): Look Up! June 2024

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311 episodes
2006 to 2024
Median: 64 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy news • Interviews with astronomers • Stargazing tips • Space missions • Telescopes • Exoplanets • Pulsars • Gravitational waves • Planetariums • Eclipse observations • Astronomy festivals • Science events • Space history

Description (podcaster-provided): The Jodcast is an astronomy podcast created by students and staff from the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics. The episodes include the latest astronomy news, interviews with astronomers, stargazing information, and more.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 11:00 UTC): June 2024

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326 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space and astronomy news • Sky guides • Interviews with scientists and astronauts • Discussion on space history and missions • Astronomy events • Findings from telescopes and space probes • Fun insights and rants

Description (podcaster-provided): Awesome Astronomy explores the frontiers of science, space and our evolving understanding of the universe.
Join Ralph, Paul & Jeni for informative and fun astronomy programmes dedicated to space and astronomy news and monthly podcast extras covering hot topics and special interviews in the world of science and astronomy.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 10:53 UTC): Aurora at Home

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10 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 12 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Constellations • Planets • Meteor showers • Eclipses • Celestial events • Stargazing tips

Description (podcaster-provided): When you head outdoors tonight, take Sky & Telescope's Sky Tour astronomy podcast with you for a guided tour to the night sky. Learn what constellations are visible, find out where and when you'll see the planets, and catch each month's celestial highlights, from meteor showers to eclipses.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 06:00 UTC): June Podcast: Spotting the Serpent Charmer

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6 episodes
2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): astronomy • astrophysics • supernovae • galaxies • star formation • turbulence • telescopes • data analysis • machine learning • neutrinos

Description (podcaster-provided): Once a month, Purdue University's Professor Paul Duffell discusses astronomy and astrophysics with experts from around the world. Duffell and guests discuss supernovae, galaxies, planet formation, black holes, and the nature of space and time.
Supported in part by the National Science Foundation under grant AAG-2206299.
Music by Brittain Ashford.
Produced in beautiful Lafayette, Indiana by Paul Duffell.

Latest episode (2024-Jun-01 04:00 UTC): Dr. Soham Mandal -- What Happens to Supernovae After they Explode?

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77 episodes
2016 to 2024
Median: 43 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum mechanics • General relativity • Quantum computing • Thermodynamics • Cosmology • Particle physics • Quantum entanglement • Theoretical frameworks • Quantum cryptography • Fundamental physics theories

Description (podcaster-provided): Jim Rantschler and Randy Morrison discuss physics from elementary particles to cosmological effects at the limits of our theoretical knowledge or have recently emerged.

Latest episode (2024-May-31 22:35 UTC): Episode 78: Quantum Machine Learning with Bruna Shinohara

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67 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 6 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Cosmology • Astronomy • Space exploration • NASA missions • Moon landings • Astrobiology • Black holes • Space ethics • Space photography • Space history • Meteorites • Solar system events • Iconic photographs

Description (podcaster-provided): It's cosmology in a cup! - Cosmic Coffee Time is bite sized podcasts making sense of space, astronomy, life, and the universe, best enjoyed with a coffee. A down to earth look at what's up there, and it's just for you spacefans. Grab a coffee and see where in the universe we go this time. Follow on Twitter @CosmicCoffTime

Latest episode (2024-May-31 15:00 UTC): #67 OSIRIS-REx NASA mission scientist Greg Brennecka brings us up to date on the incredible early findings from the Bennu asteroid sample.

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211 episodes
2009 to 2024
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): NASA missions • Space exploration • Astronaut interviews • Moon landings • Space technology • Astrophysics • Space telescopes • Mars missions • Space history • Space policy

Description (podcaster-provided): Naked Astronomy: the Naked Scientists' Astronomy and Space Science Podcast - audio that's out of this world...

Latest episode (2024-May-31 08:42 UTC): Victor Glover, Starliner and Blue Origin

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48 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics in everyday life • Mathematical models • Mathematics in science and technology • Interviews with mathematicians and scientists • Mathematics in culture and history • Practical applications of mathematics

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast about the big numbers, the hard sums, the mathematics that defines, runs, shapes, changes, begins, ends, every things our lives and the world around us. Hosted by Colm O'Regan. An award-winning radio broadcaster, comedian, novelist and it turns out lapsed engineer who is trying to feel useful again. Each episode sheds light on a tiny corner of a giant subject with entertaining guests and accessible talk.

Latest episode (2024-May-28 17:18 UTC): 48 Object Lesson

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60 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 50 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Nuclear science history • Atomic bomb impact • Arms control • Nuclear risk reduction • Physicist interviews • Chernobyl • Cold War • Nuclear policy • Nuclear disasters • Nuclear fusion • Cultural and ethical implications

Description (podcaster-provided): On July 16, 1945, in a New Mexico desert, the Trinity Test ushered in the Nuclear Age. No other piece of technology has penetrated the American consciousness like the nuclear bomb and found a place in everything from culture to medicine. This podcast explores how nuclear science has impacted and changed our world in both beneficial and destructive ways. We explore the intersection of nuclear science and society using interviews with historians, policymakers, experts in their fields, and first-hand accounts to weave a picture of your nuclear life.

Latest episode (2024-May-28 09:03 UTC): The journey of a citizen scientist with Frank von Hippel

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61 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Math history • Mathematicians' stories • Real-world applications • Mathematical beauty • Unsolved problems • Math education • Creative math explorations • Intersection of math and art • Math philosophy • Mathematical patterns

Description (podcaster-provided): Conversations, explorations, conjectures solved and unsolved, mathematicians and beautiful mathematics. No math background required.

Latest episode (2024-May-22 21:29 UTC): Egyptian Fractions

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151 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 55 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantitative methods and statistics • Academic careers and dissertations • Probability and distribution models • Structural equation modeling • Data analysis techniques • Applied research challenges • Statistical theory and practical applications

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast dedicated to all things quantitative, ranging from the relevant to the highly irrelevant. Co-hosts Patrick Curran and Greg Hancock talk about serious statistical topics, but without taking themselves too seriously. Think: CarTalk hi-jacked by the two grumpy old guys from the Muppets, grousing about quantitative methods, statistics, and data analysis, all presented to you with the production value of a 6th grade school project. But in a good way.

Latest episode (2024-May-21 04:00 UTC): S5E25 Is Being a Professor the Right Fit for Me?

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50 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 29 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics research • Quantum mechanics • Particle accelerators • Laser technology • Mathematics in physics • Quantum computing • Nobel Laureates' insights • Fusion energy • Quantum reform of SI units • Historical advancements in physics

Description (podcaster-provided): Guest speakers, researchers and University of California faculty explore physics to better understand and predict the world around us.

Latest episode (2024-May-13 21:00 UTC): My Journey Through Mathematics and Physics with Elliott Lieb 2023 Kyoto Prize Laureate in Basic Sciences

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2 episodes
2024
Median: 68 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space exploration • Supermassive black holes • Star death • Solar eclipse • Science communication • Comedy • Astronomy

Description (podcaster-provided): Co-host’s and cousins Julia Falcone and Josh Flitter are here to make space exploration a little sillier! Julia Falcone is a graduate student at Georgia State University studying the effects that supermassive black holes have on their galaxies. She has a strong passion for science communication and improv. In her free time, Julia can be found having way too many opinions about movies, knitting and sewing funky outfits, and organizing coworkers in her union. Josh Flitter is an actor, comedian, and improvisor who has been in the entertainment industry since he was 5 years old. He has starred in movies such as License to Wed, Nancy Drew, and Ace Ventura Jr. Josh has always had an interest in astronomy, and luckily for all of us, his cousin Julia happens to be an astronomer. Josh and Julia are excited by the potential to combine comedy and science in this podcast.

Latest episode (2024-May-13 06:11 UTC): Episode 2: Star Death, Death of a Star!

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19 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 140 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): In-depth exploration of mathematics • Physics discussions • Artificial intelligence insights • Quantum mechanics • Cosmology and Big Bang theory • Graph theory and contact tracing • Cryptography and computer science • Formal proofs and unsolvability

Description (podcaster-provided): The Cartesian Cafe is the podcast where an expert guest and Timothy Nguyen map out scientific and mathematical subjects in detail. This collaborative journey with other experts will have us writing down formulas, drawing pictures, and reasoning about them together on a whiteboard. If you’ve been longing for a deeper dive into the intricacies of scientific subjects, then this is the podcast for you. Topics covered include mathematics, physics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and computer science.
Content also viewable on YouTube: www.youtube.com/timothynguyen and Spotify.
Timothy Nguyen is a mathematician and AI researcher working in industry.
Homepage: www.timothynguyen.com, Twitter: @IAmTimNguyen
Patreon: www.patreon.com/timothynguyen

Latest episode (2024-May-10 15:50 UTC): Marcus Hutter | Universal Artificial Intelligence and Solomonoff Induction

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68 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 20 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): NASA missions • Space exploration • Astronomy • Citizen science • Space weather • Solar phenomena • Astrobiology • James Webb Space Telescope • Mars expeditions • Aeronautics • Space technology developments

Description (podcaster-provided): Come get curious with NASA. As an official NASA podcast, Curious Universe brings you mind-blowing science and space adventures you won't find anywhere else. Explore the cosmos alongside astronauts, scientists, engineers, and other top NASA experts who are achieving remarkable feats in science, space exploration, and aeronautics. Learn something new about the wild and wonderful universe we share. All you need to get started is a little curiosity.
NASA's Curious Universe is an official NASA podcast hosted by Padi Boyd and Jacob Pinter. Discover more original NASA shows at nasa.gov/podcasts

Latest episode (2024-May-03 04:00 UTC): Sun Series: Bonus: Dispatches from the Path of Totality

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42 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 7 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy topics • Space phenomena • Constellations • Galaxies • Solar events • Planetary science • Astrophotography • Native American astronomy • Space missions • Interviews with experts • STEM education

Description (podcaster-provided): The Backyard Astronomer brings you semi-monthly topics and interviews relative to astronomy, space, and science. Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/BackyardAstronomerAZ
Presented by The Rockstar Group and Manzanita Insurance.

Latest episode (2024-May-01 13:00 UTC): E.41-The Sombrero Galaxy

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47 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 29 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): History of mathematics • Famous mathematicians • Mathematical theories • Math-related anecdotes • Unusual facts and stories • Guest interviews • Thought-provoking questions • Historical events • COVID-19 discussions

Description (podcaster-provided): Infinitely Irrational: where we explore the real, eccentric, and complex history of math.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-30 20:40 UTC): 35: Cantor's Paradox: A Journey through the Rabbit Hole of Sets

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74 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematical research and achievements • Interviews with mathematicians • Academic journeys and achievements • Communication of mathematics • International collaborations • Social and historical contexts in mathematics • Art and mathematics interconnections

Description (podcaster-provided): The Isaac Newton Institute is the world's foremost mathematical research centre. Living Proof aims to highlight the diverse people and interconnected topics linked to its many activities. Interviewees range from visiting academics and lecturers to mathematicians, other scientists, musicians, artists, students, and prominent figures within the University of Cambridge and beyond. The podcast typically involves mathematical themes, but is specifically aimed at a general audience. The focus is on the subjects being interviewed and the social stories they have to tell, not just on the significance and details of the research they may be undertaking. We hope there is interest and inspiration here for everyone.- The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences (UK) is an international research centre based in Cambridge, UK. A part of the University of Cambridge, it has been hosting research programmes on mathematical themes since July 1992.Visit > www.newton.ac.uk/news/ini-podcast

Latest episode (2024-Apr-24 10:00 UTC): #59 Meeting the three mathematics medalists from the STEM for Britain awards 2024

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78 episodes
2021 to 2024
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Astrobiology • Space exploration • Science education • Interviews with experts • Historical stories • Sci-fi reviews • Poetry and art in astronomy • Space phenomena • Black holes • Life on other planets

Description (podcaster-provided): Star Stuff is a top astronomy podcast by Lowell Observatory. Learn about the wildest parts of our universe, from black holes to mad scientists, through the eyes of our hosts.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-23 21:25 UTC): Makers, Menders, and Writers | We Talk to Diana Gabaldon

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11 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): PhD career transitions • Academia to industry • Physics applications • Diverse career paths • Interviews with physicists • Tech industry insights • Networking advice • Personal growth stories • Skill development

Description (podcaster-provided): It might surprise you, but most physics PhD students eventually end up in careers outside of academia. Some leave before graduating, some leave straight after, while others pursue an academic career for years before making the transition. Yet, despite the numbers, current PhD students often find it hard to envision any career beyond the academic horizon. Why? They're simply not exposed to the countless other exciting opportunities available to them. 
"Physicists in the Wild" aims to change that. 
Join Aggie Branczyk as she interviews physicists who have turned their PhD training into diverse and often unconventional careers. From the corporate world to government, from education to finance, discover the “other” paths traveled by those with graduate training in physics. 
Tune in every two weeks to hear the stories of physicists in the wild. 
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Aggie works at IBM as a Senior Research Scientist on the Quantum Computational Science team, and the opinions shared in this podcast are her own and are not in any way endorsed by IBM.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-18 11:00 UTC): Jay Lowell - AMO Physics PhD to Chief Scientist in Aerospace

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113 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 57 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Complexity science • Evolution • Physics of life • Human history and scientific progress • Problem-solving in collectives • Biodiversity • Origins of life • Society • Innovation • Interdisciplinary research

Description (podcaster-provided): Are there universal laws of life and can we find them? Is there a physics of society, of ecology, of evolution? Join us for six episodes of thought-provoking insights on the physics of life and its profound implications on our understanding of the universe. In this season of the Santa Fe Institute’s Complexity podcast’s relaunch, we talk to researchers who have been exploring these questions and more through the lens of complexity science. Subscribe now and be part of the exploration!

Latest episode (2024-Apr-10 18:42 UTC): Multiple worlds, containing multitudes

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122 episodes
2020 to 2024
Median: 60 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Math and physics discussions • Guest expert interviews • Research and discoveries • University student experiences • History of physics • Artificial intelligence • Astrophysics • Quantum mechanics • Differential equations • Cryptography • Combinatorics • Consciousness studies

Description (podcaster-provided): Two University of Toronto students in the math and physics program discuss interesting topics in the field.

Latest episode (2024-Apr-05 23:21 UTC): Episode #119 - Diffuse Your Mind w/ Alexandre Adam

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22 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 58 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Cosmology • Astrophysics • UAPs • Telescopes • Astronomy news • Interviews with experts • Astrophotography • Space technology • Dark matter • Extraterrestrial intelligence • Space exploration

Description (podcaster-provided): The Space Between is one of the top astronomy podcasts in the world, and for that matter, the universe, by Kolby Van Camp with Dawson Wagner. We explore astronomy, cosmology, astrophysics, and more while asking questions about the final frontier with astronomical experts.
Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spacebetweenpod/support

Latest episode (2024-Mar-22 05:03 UTC): #20: Recap of our Very Large Array trip

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138 episodes
2005 to 2024
Median: 4 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Application of mathematics in science, technology, and culture • Particle physics and optimal transport • Wildlife conservation statistics • Wildfire modeling • Image reconstruction • Cryptography in the quantum era • Mathematical models in healthcare and biology

Description (podcaster-provided): The American Mathematical Society's Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Listen to researchers talk about how they use math, from creating realistic animation to beating cancer.

Latest episode (2024-Mar-08 18:33 UTC): Smashing Particles up Against Mathematics

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107 episodes
2012 to 2024
Median: 40 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Physics conversations • Quantum mechanics • Theoretical physics • Yearly reviews of physics • Physics of time and causality • Multiverse theories • Quantum computing • Construction theories • Consciousness debates

Description (podcaster-provided): Physics podcast from the Foundational Questions Institute (FQxI)

Latest episode (2024-Feb-17 00:00 UTC): The Universal Constructor: A Conversation with David Deutsch

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21 episodes
2019 to 2024
Median: 138 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Exploring physics and astronomy • Personal and career challenges • Religion and spirituality • Philosophical discussions • Mental health and personal growth • Guest interviews • Current events and societal issues

Description (podcaster-provided): Beyond the Physics is a podcast run by Joseph Guzman and Irene Roman, PhD physics students, who hope to learn more about the universe, and the people that make up the culture behind the science. Come along as we hope to tackle some of the most difficult, and thought provoking questions of our time, and shatter the notions of what it takes to be a physicist.

Latest episode (2024-Feb-09 05:00 UTC): Balancing Acts: Navigating the Utility of Religion and Facing the Abyss with Terence

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23 episodes
2022 to 2024
Median: 59 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Theoretical physics • Quantum science • Astrophysics • Black holes • Cosmology • Quantum computing • Research challenges • Scientific motivations • Personal anecdotes • Educational outreach • Notable scientists

Description (podcaster-provided): Conversations at the Perimeter will introduce you to brilliant researchers working at the forefront of science, seeking to solve nature’s deepest mysteries – from quantum to cosmos. Learn about their motivations, the challenges they encounter, and the drive that keeps them searching for answers. Join the conversation!

Latest episode (2024-Feb-01 17:24 UTC): Neil Turok on the simplicity of nature

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5 episodes
2023 to 2024
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Differential calculus • Statistics and data analysis • Probability theory and real-world applications • Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry • Personal mathematical journey and experiences

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to "The Magnificence of Mathematics" with your host, Eddie Kingston. Dive into a realm where math transcends the confines of calculators and equations. In this enlightening journey, Eddie seeks to unveil the wonder, creativity, and relevance of mathematics in our daily lives. Whether you've always found math daunting or you're a seasoned mathematician, there's a space for everyone here to rediscover and appreciate its captivating allure. So, let's break the stereotype and uncover the true essence of math together!

Latest episode (2024-Feb-01 12:27 UTC): Calculus: Differential Dynamics

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22 episodes
2012 to 2023
Median: 40 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics research at Oxford • History and development of atomic bombs • Neutrino detection and cosmology • Big Bang and universe expansion • Star and galaxy formation • Quantum mechanics and paradoxes • Physics and philosophy connections

Description (podcaster-provided): The Department of Physics public lecture series. An exciting series of lectures about the research at Oxford Physics take place throughout the academic year. Looking at topics diverse as the creation of the universe to the science of climate change.
Features episodes previously published as:
(1) 'Oxford Physics Alumni': "Informal interviews with physics alumni at events, lectures and other alumni related activities."
(2) 'Physics and Philosophy: Arguments, Experiments and a Few Things in Between': "A series which explores some of the links between physics and philosophy, two of the most fundamental ways with which we try to answer our questions about the world around us. A number of the most pertinent topics which bridge the disciplines are discussed - the nature of space and time, the unpredictable results of quantum mechanics and their surprising consequences and perhaps most fundamentally, the nature of the mind and how far science can go towards explaining and understanding it. Featuring interviews with Dr. Christopher Palmer, Prof. Frank Arntzenius, Prof. Vlatko Vedral, Dr. David Wallace and Prof. Roger Penrose."

Latest episode (2023-Dec-21 15:46 UTC): Was there a strategic alternative to the atomic bombing of 1945?

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15 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 35 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematical research and applications • Interviews with renowned mathematicians • Cross-disciplinary topics involving physics and biology • Personal journeys and career insights • Mathematical advancements and innovations

Description (podcaster-provided): This is a podcast about mathematics and the people who develop it. The episodes combine recent developments and visions for the future of the field and aim at creating a virtual hub that highlights ideas, people and research topics in mathematics. ISSN 2731-4804

Latest episode (2023-Dec-08 18:00 UTC): Scientific Publishing in a Transformative World - A Mathematician’s Perspective: Ilka Agricola interviewed by Lynn Brandon

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13 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum Mechanics • Black Holes • Radioactive Decay • Standard Model of Physics • Stellar Evolution • Star Formation and Life Cycle • Solar System Formation • Big Bang Theory

Description (podcaster-provided): Welcome to "For the love of Astrophysics", where you will learn about the mysteries of the universe. In this podcast, we will dwell into a wide range of topics ranging from black holes, to the big bang theory, to Quantum Physics as well. If you've ever wanted to learn about space, and all the mysteries and enigmas that engulf it, this is the podcast for you!

Latest episode (2023-Dec-08 12:57 UTC): The Quantum Quest: Pioneers and Paradigms

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100 episodes
2016 to 2023
Median: 47 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Exoplanet research • Discoveries and characterization • JWST and other space missions • Habitability and astrobiology • Planetary atmospheres • Scientific conferences • Expert interviews • Citizen science projects

Description (podcaster-provided): The podcast taking you far beyond the solar system to explore exotic exoplanets around distant stars. Featuring exoplanet astronomers Hugh Osborn, Andrew Rushby and Hannah Wakeford.

Latest episode (2023-Dec-06 08:33 UTC): Exocast-71c: Exoplanet News & the 100th episode

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38 episodes
2018 to 2023
Median: 35 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Historical mathematics • Influence of Islamic, Greek, and early modern European mathematicians • Critiques of Galileo and Copernicus • Philosophical interpretations • Geometry in various cultures

Description (podcaster-provided): Cracking tales of historical mathematics and its interplay with science, philosophy, and culture. Revisionist history galore. Contrarian takes on received wisdom. Implications for teaching. Informed by current scholarship. By Dr Viktor Blåsjö.

Latest episode (2023-Nov-29 22:32 UTC): Did Copernicus steal ideas from Islamic astronomers?

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27 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 29 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Plasma physics & fusion energy • Diverse careers in fusion • Scientific interests and research • Fusion technologies and techniques • Importance of diversity • Environmental impacts of fusion • Personal journeys in fusion

Description (podcaster-provided): The Fusion Focused podcast aims to highlight inspiring experts within the Plasma Physics & Fusion Energy community, showcase the diverse careers available within the fusion field, talk with the guests about their scientific interests, and chat about why fusion is so cool!

Latest episode (2023-Nov-28 13:00 UTC): S2 E11: Prof. Anne White

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27 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 53 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematicians' personal stories • Career paths and academic achievements • Educational experiences • Mentorship and community • Inclusivity and representation in math • Integrating math with other fields

Description (podcaster-provided): Join former MAA President Deanna Haunsperger and Monthly Editor Della Dumbaugh as they explore the lives of mathematicians in this podcast to reveal the humanity of the discipline. These conversations will inspire others with their shared experiences of challenge and support, of doubt and devotion, and of isolation and community.

Latest episode (2023-Oct-16 03:59 UTC): Susan D'Agostino

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60 episodes
2019 to 2023
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics discussions • Mathematical objects • Inspirations from books, games, and everyday items • Special guests • Mathematical theories and practical applications • Historical and educational insights

Description (podcaster-provided): Katie Steckles and Peter Rowlett chat about some aspect of mathematics using a mathematical object as inspiration.

Latest episode (2023-Oct-10 15:01 UTC): Mathematical Objects: Post-season 7 update

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11 episodes
2023
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics and human stories • Data-driven mysteries • Economics • Artificial intelligence • Longevity • Network science • Happiness and age • Decision making • Transportation glitches • Climate change • Historical anomalies

Description (podcaster-provided): Behind every line on a graph, there lies an extraordinary human story. Mathematician Hannah Fry is here to tell us ten of them.

Uncharted with Hannah Fry will lead us through ten captivating mysteries to reveal the power of numbers behind each one. Along the way we discover the remarkable people who followed the data and unearthed something extraordinary.

Latest episode (2023-Oct-02 04:20 UTC): 10. Devil in the Detail

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11 episodes
2021 to 2023
Median: 54 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with leading physicists • Innovations in AI and tech • Physics education • Environmental physics • Fusion energy • Interdisciplinary science • Business and science integration • Quantum computing • Leadership and problem-solving

Description (podcaster-provided): The Galileo Interviews are committed to helping to inspire our next generation of physicists, introducing them to some of the greatest minds in the current generation of physicists and the research that they are working on.
Launched in Oct 2021 by Caspar, who has just started a four year degree in Physics with Theoretical Physics at Imperial College in London.
Links:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/thegalileointerviews
https://twitter.com/TheGalileoInt
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Latest episode (2023-Sep-02 18:03 UTC): Luis Perez-Breva: A Masterclass in Innovating | #11

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18 episodes
2023
Median: 17 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics in the human body • Imaging techniques • Heart function • Nervous system • Joint pain • Acceleration and balance • Vision and hearing • Effects of pressure • Sunscreens • Energy metabolism

Description (podcaster-provided): These interesting podcasts come from the University of Utah Department of Physics and Astronomy and describe how physics is utilized by the human body for every day activities like blood pressure, running vision, breathing, and hearing.  They talk about how strokes are caused, blisters are formed ,how sun screens work and how diseases are caused.   Listen as Richard ingebretsen MD, PhD helps us understand how physics helps to operate our bodies.

Latest episode (2023-Jul-24 00:00 UTC): MRI - The Magnetic Resonance In Our Bodies

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183 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 1 minute
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Concepts in astronomy and astrophysics • Prominent telescopes • Astronomical phenomena • Professional practices in astronomy • Notable celestial objects in constellations • Science philosophy and methods

Description (podcaster-provided): Learn the basics of astronomy in one-to-two minute packets of concise information about specific topics. You are a busy person with a short attention span, and you want to learn about astronomical topics in a short amount of time. Your host Professor Ata is a PhD research astronomer and astrophysicist and a noted authority on stellar and galactic astronomy. I welcome your feedback at [email protected]. See the web site astronomyminute.org for more. The podcast logo is courtesy of Zachary Greathouse and shows a globular cluster photo taken by the author with the Hubble Space Telescope.

Latest episode (2023-Jul-20 20:32 UTC): What is an Astronomical Observatory?

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23 episodes
2023
Median: 57 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy topics • Planetary exploration • Stellar phenomena • Space missions • Cosmic events • Space technology • Life on Earth • Space history • Scientific discoveries • Astrophysics concepts

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast putting the lens on astronomy.
Through the Telescope is a podcast exploring some of the big topics in astronomy in little pieces. Whether you know your red giants from your redshifts or still get caught up on the difference between astronomy and astrology, join Rose and Elliott as they journey through the Cosmos and generally have fun along the way.
Find us at throughthetelescope.co.uk
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Latest episode (2023-Jun-11 05:00 UTC): Centaurs and Where to Find Them

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31 episodes
2020 to 2023
Median: 22 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astrophysics • Interviews with researchers • Binary star systems • Young stars and star clusters • Supermassive black holes • Spectroscopy • Galactic magnetism • Early universe • Gravitational lensing • Dark energy

Description (podcaster-provided): Join me as I learn about the world of Astrophysics. My name is Vikram Bhamre and I am 18 years old. On my podcast, Exploring Astrophysics, I chat with some of the most incredible astrophysicists around the world on the most interesting questions left unanswered in astrophysics. What's amazing is how helpful and forthcoming they all are and I hope you too are inspired when you listen to them.

Latest episode (2023-May-26 15:29 UTC): Dr Kareem El-Badry, incoming Assistant professor at Caltech

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7 episodes
2023
Median: 42 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Theories of everything • Fundamental constants and life • Quantum mechanics • Life and consciousness • Multiverse theory • Time and its nature

Description (podcaster-provided): Host Miriam Frankel delves into some of the great mysteries still puzzling the world's top physicists in this new series from The Conversation. This podcast will take you on a mind-blowing journey from the smallest to the largest conundrums, exploring curled-up dimensions, consciousness and parallel universes on the way.
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Latest episode (2023-Apr-12 09:59 UTC): Theory of everything: do we really need one?

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3 episodes
2022 to 2023
Median: 22 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics research • Life of physicists • South Pole science • Higgs boson discovery • LGBTQ+ issues in science

Description (podcaster-provided): Explore the world of physics and the lives of physicists. Produced by Physics Magazine, an online publication of the American Physical Society. Read more at physics.aps.org.

Latest episode (2023-Mar-27 03:00 UTC): Life at the South Pole Science Station

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45 episodes
2018 to 2023
Median: 37 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mars rovers • space missions • planetary exploration • technology • scientists' stories • challenges in space • asteroids • Earth observation • spaceflight logistics

Description (podcaster-provided): A journey to the stars doesn’t just begin at the launchpad. Discover new worlds through epic stories told by scientists on missions to outer space.

Latest episode (2023-Mar-08 22:07 UTC): Secrets of the Mars Rovers – S4E12

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15 episodes
2022
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics history • Archival stories • Scientific discoveries • African American physicists • Climate science • Alchemy • Controversial telescopes • Pseudoscience • LGBTQ+ representation • Quantum mechanics • Historical figures

Description (podcaster-provided): Initial conditions provide the context in which physics happens. Likewise, in Initial Conditions: a Physics History Podcast, we provide the context in which physical discoveries happened. We dive into the collections of the Niels Bohr Library & Archives at the American Institute of Physics to uncover the unexpected stories behind the physics we know. Through these stories, we hope to challenge the conventional history of what it means to be a physicist.

Latest episode (2022-Dec-29 05:00 UTC): Bonus: Initial Conditions Off Mic

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49 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 6 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Particle species and their properties • Antimatter and antiparticles • Muons and cosmic rays • Strange particles and baryons • Mesons and quarks • Fundamental forces • Particle colliders • Physics on the Moon

Description (podcaster-provided): This is your informal guide to the subatomic ecosystem we’re all immersed in. In this series, we explore the taxa of particle species and how they interact with one another. Our aim is give us all a better foundation for understanding our place in the universe.
The guide starts with a host of different particle species. We’ll talk about their masses, charges and interactions with other particles. We’ll talk about how they are created, how they decay, and what other particles they might be made of.

Latest episode (2022-Dec-07 22:02 UTC): The Reason for Antiparticles

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28 episodes
2018 to 2022
Median: 65 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics puzzles • Quantum mechanics • Thermodynamics • Acoustic levitation • Gravitational constants • Randomness • Entropy • Hurricanes • Encryption methods • Particle physics • Relativity • Cosmology • Geosynchronous orbits

Description (podcaster-provided): Physics puzzles and deep dives into physics topics.

Latest episode (2022-Oct-08 20:49 UTC): Nobel Prize in Physics 2022 - The universe is not locally real. What does that mean?

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66 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astrophysics concepts • Space missions • Cosmic phenomena • Planetary exploration • Star life cycles • Relativity theories • Astronomical discoveries • Quantum physics • Cosmic structures • Historical space events

Description (podcaster-provided): Podcast created for Astro-lovers and for all those who want to know about the cosmos, about the universe and above all about our existence. Hosted by Rohit Agrawal and created by Team ASTROPHYSICAST.
EMAIL: [email protected]
INSTAGRAM: @astrophysicast
LinkedIn: ASTROPHYSICAST
Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rohit-agrawal92/support

Latest episode (2022-Sep-29 09:48 UTC): Earth Sized Planets

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21 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 28 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Atomic bomb development • Espionage • Klaus Fuchs • Soviet spying • British intelligence • World War II • Nuclear race • Scientific discovery • Manhattan Project • Historical intrigue • Leo Szilard • Hiroshima

Description (podcaster-provided): The story of the atomic bomb. Told through the scientists and spies who changed history. Season 1 follows the scientist who discovers the destructive possibilities of harnessing nuclear power. It leads to the race to beat the Nazis to the first atomic bomb. Season 2 tells of a brilliant scientist who lives a double life, stealing atomic secrets for the Soviet Union. Season 3 is coming soon.

Latest episode (2022-Sep-09 23:15 UTC): S2.10 Fallout

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56 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 21 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum computing industry developments • Insights from thought leaders • Business and technical impacts • Quantum applications in various sectors • Quantum hardware and software advancements • Quantum workforce trends and talent discussions

Description (podcaster-provided): The Qubit Guy (Yuval Boger) hosts thought leaders in quantum computing and other quantum technologies to discuss business and technical questions that impact the quantum ecosystem.

Latest episode (2022-Aug-24 11:00 UTC): Kirk Bresniker, Chief Architect at Hewlett Packard Labs

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98 episodes
2017 to 2022
Median: 23 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): NASA space exploration • Scientific interviews • Space missions and technology • Astrobiology and extraterrestrial life • Climate change and environment • James Webb Space Telescope • Mars exploration • Planetary science and astronomy

Description (podcaster-provided): NASA’s interplanetary talk show, hosted by former Chief Scientist Jim Green, introduces you to space professionals working to take exploration into the future.

Latest episode (2022-Aug-12 18:21 UTC): Season 5, Episode 32: Finale: Thanks for All the Gravity Assists

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25 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 56 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Interviews with mathematicians • Balancing math and personal life • Math research struggles • Career advice for young mathematicians • Inclusivity in math community • Personal experiences and anecdotes • Educational philosophies

Description (podcaster-provided): The official podcast version of Mura Yakerson's YouTube channel Math-Life Balance. What Mura has to say about the content:
"In this [podcast] I post my non-professional interviews with professional mathematicians. I ask my colleagues about their personal experience in math, their struggles and lifehacks. I hope that this shared experience would be helpful for other people in the math community, especially for young mathematicians!"
Interviews are posted weekly during the weekends.

Latest episode (2022-Jul-13 19:13 UTC): Interview with Jeremiah Heller and Vesna Stojanoska

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252 episodes
2017 to 2022
Median: 35 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Climate change solutions • Science and technology insights • Negative emissions technologies • Interviews with experts • Book reviews • Philosophical discussions • Energy efficiency • Cosmology • Cryptocurrency critiques • Current scientific developments

Description (podcaster-provided): Physical Attraction is the show that explores topics in science, technology, and the future - from a physicist's perspective. From the birth of stars to the end of the world, from interviews with experts to meticulously-researched deep dives, we'll explore the topics that shape our world.

Latest episode (2022-Mar-09 08:47 UTC): Climate 201: Climate Doomism (II)

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14 episodes
2021 to 2022
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Conversations with mathematicians • Experiences in academia • Research interests • Mathematical theories and applications • Personal stories • Influential mentors • Art and mathematics • Theoretical computing science

Description (podcaster-provided): The "Ramsey Theory Podcast: No Strangers At This Party" is created by a group of students from Simon Fraser University under the supervision of Veselin Jungic.
This podcast celebrates Ramsey theory and the people working in this dynamic field of modern mathematics.
Through their conversations with undergraduate students, some of today's most notable Ramsey theorists talk about their first experiences with mathematics, their times as undergraduate and graduate students, their views about Ramsey theory and mathematics in general, and about their research interests.

Latest episode (2022-Feb-06 17:42 UTC): The Ramsey Theory Podcast: No Strangers At This Party With Julian Sahasrabudhe

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19 episodes
2020 to 2022
Median: 48 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics discussions • Quantum field theory • String theory • Condensed matter physics • Cosmology • Academic experiences • Scientific conjectures • Mathematical principles • Guest researchers • Literature tangents

Description (podcaster-provided): This podcast is an attempt to record the (hopefully) coherent ramblings of three guys working their way through a physics degree.
We like to listen to each other talk about physics. We will recklessly extrapolate and assume that you like to listen to us ramble too. Welcome to Quantized Ramblings

Latest episode (2022-Feb-02 21:52 UTC): 8.5 Part 3: String theory and (other) science fiction

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32 episodes
2018 to 2022
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): History of mathematics • Prominent mathematicians • Mathematical concepts • Mathematical philosophy • Education in mathematics • Geometry • Algebra • Calculus • Infinity • Impact of mathematics

Description (podcaster-provided): This podcast explores mathematics, mathematical philosophy and how that relates to the real world and our lives through the history of math. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mathematically-speaking/support

Latest episode (2022-Jan-15 23:30 UTC): Episode 3.4: Credit is given where credit is due...supposedly

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30 episodes
2018 to 2022
Median: 32 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy • Astrophysics • Exoplanets • Interviews with scientists • Science explanations • Space news • Cultural astronomy • Space travel mechanics • Sky observations • Public lectures • Educational outreach

Description (podcaster-provided): The Urban Astronomer podcast is the audio version of the popular Urban Astronomer website, which has been sharing news and information about space science and astronomy since the year 2009. The website has undergone several facelifts, and changes in editorial style and focus over the years, but it's always stayed true to its principles of honest science presented simply, without oversimplifying.
While Urban Astronomer is not the largest or most popular astronomy website on the internet, we've managed to retain a small, loyal following who have stuck with us through both good times (Allen won a special commendation in a science journalism award ceremony), and bad (when output slowed to about one new posting per month, thanks to increased family and work pressure).
This podcast is the next chapter in the Urban Astornomer story, and features News, Science, Interviews, and the occasional rant on the role and perception of science and astronomy in the modern world.
We at Urban Astonomer expect to become one of South Africa's leading science and astronomy podcasts within the year. If we think we deserve that position, you can help us by simply listening the the episodes, and sharing them with your friends. And if we don't meet your standard, we're definitely open to criticism.
Thanks for listening!

Latest episode (2022-Jan-12 10:55 UTC): Impossible exoplanets and Rhetoric

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60 episodes
2017 to 2021
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space sounds guessing game • Indigenous astronomy • Science education • Space agency discussions • Space phenomena and mysteries • Black holes • Moon landing details • Astrophysics and cosmology insights

Description (podcaster-provided): Do you ever feel dizzy when you think about the incomprehensible scale of space? We call that feeling Cosmic Vertigo. Welcome to a head-spinning conversation between two friends about the sparkly -- and not so sparkly -- stuff in the sky.

Latest episode (2021-Sep-30 15:00 UTC): NAME THAT SPACE SOUND: The Dysons of the sky

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5 episodes
2021
Median: 84 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Math and physics discussions • Educational outreach • Interviews with experts • Category theory and language models • Nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory • Tutoring and online schools • Experimental mathematics

Description (podcaster-provided): Interviews about math, outreach, and more. Hosted by Grant Sanderson, the creator of 3blue1brown

Latest episode (2021-Sep-25 17:52 UTC): 5 - Tai-Danae Bradley: Where math meets language

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31 episodes
2021
Median: 1 minute
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy concepts simplified • Astrophysics basics and advanced topics • Black holes and their mysteries • Universe theories • Cosmic phenomena explanations • Alien civilizations • Time and space theories

Description (podcaster-provided): Learn everything from the basics to the most complex concepts of Astrophysics in less than three minutes an episode! Astronomy simplified, compressed, touched up, and served right to your ears and mind. Find my blogs, socials, and contact information at linktr.ee/ShouryaShrivastava

Latest episode (2021-Jul-31 18:53 UTC): That's it for Season 1!

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4 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 52 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum computing research insights • Conversations with researchers • Shallow quantum circuits • Quantum certified deletion • Quantum channel capacities • Mermin-Peres magic square • Hosts biographies • Research papers discussed

Description (podcaster-provided): This podcast takes you behind the scenes into the world of quantum computing research: through conversations with researchers, we explore the latest and most exciting ideas in the field. The podcast is aimed at anyone interested in quantum computing.
About the hosts:
Vincent Russo (https://vprusso.github.io/) has a PhD in computer science. Software engineer by day and quantum engineer by night.
William Slofstra (http://elliptic.space) is a mathematician at the University of Waterloo.
Henry Yuen (http://henryyuen.net) is a computer scientist at Columbia University.

Latest episode (2021-Jul-25 18:49 UTC): 004: Shallow quantum circuits with David Gosset

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81 episodes
2018 to 2021
Median: 81 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Latest advancements in astrophysics and cosmology • Space exploration and NASA missions • Artificial intelligence and machine learning • Climate change and environment • History and future of lunar exploration • Life beyond Earth • Gravitational waves and quantum physics

Description (podcaster-provided): Science moves at an impossibly fast pace. It will leave you wondering, what is the state of the universe? Wonder no more! Learn from researchers working at the cutting edge of scientific advancement about everything from the robot takeover to the big bang only on The State of The Universe podcast.

Latest episode (2021-May-24 03:19 UTC): #86 - Dr. Dan Hooper - New Physics or Faulty Calculations? All About the Muon g-2 Experiment

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26 episodes
2020 to 2021
Median: 48 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Leading scientists' lives and work • Neuroscience • Quantum computing • Pure mathematics • Anesthesia • AI research • Mathematical biology • Algorithmic social justice • Combinatorics • Statistical mechanics • Theoretical physics • Evolution • Graph theory • Social insects • String theory • Neurogenetics

Description (podcaster-provided): The acclaimed mathematician and author Steven Strogatz interviews some of the world's leading scientists about their lives and work.
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Latest episode (2021-May-17 16:00 UTC): Eve Marder on the Crucial Resilience of Neurons

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5 episodes
2021

Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Multivariate data encoding • Geometry of tensor completion • Matrix vs. tensor comparison • Tensor decomposition • Gene expression • Polynomial tensors • Algorithmic complexity • Data structure analysis

Description (podcaster-provided): Tensor Voices is a short podcast series about tensors.

Latest episode (2021-Mar-29 09:04 UTC): Kaie Kubjas

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7 episodes
2021
Median: 39 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): History of WW2 • Development of atomic bomb • Manhattan Project • Scientific advancements in nuclear physics • Geopolitical impact of nuclear weapons • Notable scientists' stories • Nuclear chain reactions

Description (podcaster-provided): The Atomic Bomb podcast describes the history leading to the discovery of the atomic bomb, as well as its role in World War 2. We also examine the science behind the understanding of the atomic nucleus, how it enables the release of atomic energy, as well as the design and function of nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons. We follow the stories of some of the scientists involved – their discoveries, tragedies, and adventures. Lastly, we consider the geopolitical impact that nuclear weapons have made on the world.
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Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist Image Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist
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39 episodes
2016 to 2021
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Biographies of female mathematicians • Conversations about experiences in STEM • Interviews with women in mathematics • Overcoming barriers in education • Community support and representation • Career paths in math and science

Description (podcaster-provided): This podcast is an effort to promote visibility of women in mathematics. Inspired by the fact that women are vast minority in higher mathematics, Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist serves to increase enrollment and participation of women in mathematics and STEM courses.

Latest episode (2021-Mar-05 00:00 UTC): Episode 39 - Donna's Story

Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain Image Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain
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61 episodes
2012 to 2020
Median: 33 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematics stories • Black mathematicians • Education • Mathematical history • Interviews with mathematicians and authors • Applied mathematics in various fields • Mathematical research and publication process • Mathematical communication • Mathematical representations in media

Description (podcaster-provided): Relatively Prime features stories and interviews from the mathematical world. Featuring math stories from people like Fields Medalists to indie rockers to linguists on topics ranging as wide as the artificial intelligence which defeated checkers and mathematics haiku battles. Relatively Prime has a mathematics story for anyone and everyone.

Latest episode (2020-Nov-09 15:41 UTC): #BlackInMathWeek

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96 episodes
2011 to 2020
Median: 51 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Quantum mechanics • Black holes • Astrophysics • Supernovae • Neutrinos • Dark matter • Gravitational waves • Biophysics • Particle physics • Space phenomena • Physics experiments • Interviews with experts and guests

Description (podcaster-provided): Dr. Ben Tippett and his team of physicists believe that anyone can understand physics. Black Holes! Lightning! Coronal Mass Ejections! Quantum Mechanics! Fortnightly, they explain a topic from advanced physics, using explanations, experiments and fun metaphors to a non-physicist guest. Visit the website to see a list of topics sorted by physics field.

Latest episode (2020-Oct-13 04:14 UTC): Episode 86: Live at AAAS- Quantum Computers

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100 episodes
2015 to 2020
Median: 37 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy discoveries • Astrobiology research • Space missions • Planetary science • Cosmology • Space exploration technology • Astrophysics • Search for extraterrestrial life • Interviews with scientists • Supernovae’s impact • Extrasolar planets

Description (podcaster-provided): The astronomy and space exploration podcast

Latest episode (2020-Sep-28 01:00 UTC): Episode 185: Did a Supernova Cause a Mass Extinction?, with Brian Fields

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25 episodes
2019 to 2020
Median: 21 minutes
Collections: Physics, Math, and AstronomyScience

Themes (AI-generated): Conversations with leading physicists and mathematicians • Insights into theoretical physics and pure mathematics • Discoveries in particle interactions and string theory • Reflections on careers and scientific achievements

Description (podcaster-provided): In The Universe Speaks in Numbers award-winning science writer Graham Farmelo is in conversation with some of the great names in modern physics and mathematics. Among the interviewees are Michael Atiyah, Ruth Britto, Lance Dixon, Simon Donaldson, Freeman Dyson, Juan Maldacena, Michela Massimi, Roger Penrose, Martin Rees, Simon Schaffer and Edward Witten.To read more see Graham's book The Universe Speaks in Numbers: How Modern Maths Reveals Nature's Deepest Secrets.
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Latest episode (2020-Apr-02 14:09 UTC): The Universe Speaks in Numbers: Phil Anderson interviewed by Graham Farmelo

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27 episodes
2017 to 2020
Median: 25 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Influence of numbers on behavior • Bushfire evacuation and impact • Unique life stories • Historical events • Music and culture • Unusual patterns and mysteries • Mathematics and science • Superstitions and beliefs

Description (podcaster-provided): Sum of All Parts tells extraordinary stories about the unseen influence that numbers have on the way we think, feel and behave.

Latest episode (2020-Feb-20 05:02 UTC): 16.2 How we evacuate

Hostile Worlds: Exploring Space Image Hostile Worlds: Exploring Space
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12 episodes
2017 to 2018
Median: 18 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Space exploration • Alien landscapes • Saturn's moon Titan • Venus exploration • Deep space survival • Life cycle of stars • Brown Dwarfs • Sun studies

Description (podcaster-provided): Join us on a journey to some of the most inhospitable, humbling, and frighteningly beautiful places in the known universe. Hostile Worlds is a podcast that lets you explore alien landscapes and extra-terrestrial terrain - all from the comfort of your headphones. From the freezing hydrocarbon oceans of Titan, to the scorched, and suffocating wastes of Venus – we’ll take you on an educational and immersive audio tour to all the places you’d die to see… and places you’d die if you saw. You’ll join the crew of The Tardigrade, an all-purpose vehicle that can float, fly, dive, and dig through any environment in the universe. And you’ll learn all the facts you'll ever needed to present yourself as THE space exploration authority down your local pub on a Friday night. Hostile Worlds is a unique documentary/audio drama hybrid – brought to you by the folks at ThePodcastHost.com

Latest episode (2018-Nov-19 16:55 UTC): Hello Sunshine | Episode 10

The Secrets of Mathematics Image The Secrets of Mathematics
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24 episodes
2014 to 2017
Median: 55 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Insights from leading mathematicians • Mathematical applications in science and everyday life • Explorations of mathematical theories and history • Interviews and personal reflections on mathematical careers • Lectures on mathematical discoveries and innovations

Description (podcaster-provided): A series of talks and lectures from Oxford Mathematicians exploring the power and beauty of their subject. These talks would appeal to anyone interested in mathematics and its ever-growing range of applications from medicine to economics and beyond.

Latest episode (2017-Dec-13 15:08 UTC): Can Yule Solve My Problems? - Alex Bellos

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45 episodes
2013 to 2017
Median: 13 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Astronomy research talks • Latest discoveries • Cosmic rays • Black holes • Exoplanets • Gravitational waves • Mars missions • Ancient astronomies • Citizen science in Galaxy Zoo • Astrophotography • Space exploration tools & techniques

Description (podcaster-provided): Find out more about our night sky, from new planets to far-off galaxies and the vastness of the Universe. A series of short talks and presentations for the general public from leading astronomy researchers at the Oxford University Physics department - http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/

Latest episode (2017-Mar-28 14:58 UTC): Redder is better! Exploring the universe with the successor to Hubble

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24 episodes
2008 to 2014
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Physics research • Astrophysics • Quantum mechanics • Climate science • Dark matter • Energy sources • Superconductivity • Particle physics • Space exploration • Scientific experiments • Antimatter • Extra-solar planets

Description (podcaster-provided): Short talks from University of Oxford Physics Department.
Contains episodes previously published as:
(1) 'Astrophysics: An Introduction'
(2) 'Lab, Camera, Action!': "Lab, Camera, Action! is a series of short videos presented by Dr Andrew Steele about physics, explaining basic concepts, the work done here in Oxford, and even some experiments to try at home. These engaging tutorials cover a range of topics from spectroscopy, superconductivity and the transit of Venus in a clear, accessible way which will appeal to science enthusiasts everywhere."
(3) 'Physics Flash Talks': 'A showcase of research at Oxford Physics through exciting 10 minute presentations delivered by graduate research students. The topics span the breadth of research at Oxford and include topics such as climate change, exoplanets, magnetism, the higgs and quantum computers.'

Latest episode (2014-Jul-07 15:22 UTC): Plants, Photosynthesis, and Solar Energy

A Brief History of Mathematics Image A Brief History of Mathematics
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10 episodes
2010
Median: 14 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematical breakthroughs • Historical mathematicians • Mathematical theories • Impact on modern science • Personalities behind mathematics • Applications in technology and science

Description (podcaster-provided): Professor of Mathematics Marcus du Sautoy reveals the personalities behind the calculations and argues that mathematics is the driving force behind modern science.

Latest episode (2010-Oct-01 22:30 UTC): Nicolas Bourbaki

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66 episodes
2008 to 2010
Median: 9 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Mathematicians' work and careers • Maths history • Maths news • Applied mathematics • Outreach and communication • Mathematical modelling • Science and engineering intersections • Teaching and education • Careers in mathematics

Description (podcaster-provided): A podcast from the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA). Episodes include mathematicians talking about their work, maths history and maths news.

Latest episode (2010-Jul-30 12:45 UTC): Peter Rowlett, Travels in a Mathematical World

Astronomy 162 - Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe Image Astronomy 162 - Stars, Galaxies, & the Universe
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43 episodes
2006 to 2009

Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Distances and motions of stars • Stellar brightness and masses • Evolution and structure of stars • Galaxy types and collisions • Universe expansion and structure • Black holes and dark matter • Life in the universe

Description (podcaster-provided): Astronomy 162, Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe, is part 2 of a
2-quarter introductory Astronomy for non-science majors taught at The
Ohio State University. This podcast presents lecture audio from
Professor Richard Pogge's Winter Quarter 2006 class. All of the
lectures were recorded live in 1008 Evans Laboratory on the OSU Main
Campus in Columbus, Ohio.

Latest episode (2009-Dec-06 22:05 UTC): Astronomy 141 Podcast Teaser

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47 episodes
2006 to 2009

Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Origin and structure of the Solar System • History and development of astronomy • Celestial motions and planetary orbits • Properties of planets and moons • Interaction of light and matter • Time-keeping and calendars

Description (podcaster-provided): Astronomy 161, Introduction to the Solar System, is the first quarter of
a 2-quarter introductory Astronomy for non-science majors taught at The
Ohio State University. This podcast presents audio recordings of
Professor Richard Pogge's lectures from his Autumn Quarter 2006 class.
All of the lectures were recorded live in 100 Stillman Hall on the OSU
Main Campus in Columbus, Ohio.

Latest episode (2009-Dec-06 22:02 UTC): Astronomy 141 Podcast Teaser

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47 episodes
2009
Median: 46 minutes
Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Introduction to Astrobiology • Non-science majors • Life in the Universe • Scientific inquiry • Celestial bodies • Chemistry • Biology • Evolution • Life in Solar System • Exoplanets • Extraterrestrial intelligence

Description (podcaster-provided): Astronomy 141, Life in the Universe, is a one-quarter introduction to
Astrobiology for non-science majors taught at The Ohio State University.
This podcast presents audio recordings of Professor Richard Pogge's
lectures from his Autumn Quarter 2009 class. All of the lectures were
recorded live in 1005 Smith Laboratory on the OSU Main Campus in Columbus,
Ohio.

Latest episode (2009-Dec-04 18:30 UTC): Lecture 46: This View of Life (Course Finale)

Why Beauty is Truth - A short history of symmetry Image Why Beauty is Truth - A short history of symmetry
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7 episodes
2007

Collection: Physics, Math, and Astronomy

Themes (AI-generated): Symmetry in mathematics • Particle physics and string theory • Quantum Mechanics • Influence of group theory • Historical development of algebra • Renaissance competitive mathematics • Babylonian and Greek contributions

Description (podcaster-provided): Professor Ian Stewart presents a short history of symmetry and how this concept relates to mathematics, physics and the universe around us.

Latest episode (2007-Jun-04 13:06 UTC): Symmetry, string theory and an equation for everything (plus - could we be living in an asymmetrical universe?)