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    Science Friday: Live from Notre Dame

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    Science Friday traveled to the Hoosier state for a live show at the University of Notre Dame on Wednesday, October 15, 2014. In a packed auditorium at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Ira chatted with experts on subjects ranging from forensic entomology and Studebakers to detecting art forgeries and tracking invasive species. Watch the video of the live show.

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    Science Friday - What is a Flame?

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    This is an episode of Science Friday, a podcast on iTunes. This explains exactly what fire is and all the scientific terms and processes that are associated with it. It's a little weird, but way cool, none the less.

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    Why Spiders Dont Stick To The Web

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    Why Spiders Don't Stick to The Web

    William Eberhard, of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and the University of Costa Rica, and colleague Daniel Briceno film spiders in the lab, in the field and under a dissecting microscope to untangle this longstanding arachnological mystery. The secret to not getting stuck? Oily, hairy legs and delicate movements.

    Produced by Flora Lichtman
    Video footage: Daniel Briceno and William Eberhard.
    Additional: archive.org, prelinger archives

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    Glenn Beck Radio Show - 33117 Fun and Science Friday! Podcast

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    General Flynn asks for immunity...The ways the media is spinning the Michael Flynn story ...Now Marco Rubio says he was targeted by Russia too...Susan Salim from 'Labor of Love', lifetime friendships through community service projects...Freedom Caucus Member Rep. Mo Brooks talks to Glenn about his firm opposition to the Republicans phony repeal-and-replace bill...SERIAL: History of The Democrat Party (4 of 4)
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    Glenn Beck Radio Show - 33117 Fun and Science Friday! Podcast

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    Glenn Beck Radio Show - 33117 Fun and Science Friday! Podcast

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    Cosmic Queries: Rocket Science is Hard

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    Presenting the exclusive, YouTube video version of our full podcast episode, “Cosmic Queries: Rocket Science is Hard,” complete with a few glitches that got edited out of the podcast! Now you can watch host Neil deGrasse Tyson as he answers fan questions about Antares, Rosetta, Philae, the Space Shuttle and more with the help of Planetary Society CEO Bill Nye the Science Guy and comic co-host Chuck Nice. You’ll learn about the differences between ignoring known risks, as with Challenger and Columbia, and underestimating difficulties, as may be the case with Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo. Find out how Scott Hubbard helped change NASA’s mantra of “Faster, Better, Cheaper” – which led to the failed Mars Climate Orbiter and Mars Polar Lander missions – and replaced it with the successes of Spirit, Opportunity and Curiosity. The trio also discusses the possibility of finding life on comets and asteroids, the growing concern over artificial intelligence and robot uprisings, and the human drive to explore the unknown regardless of the risk.

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #1 - Can Science Survive In A More Politicized Age

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #1 - Can Science Survive In A More Politicized Age
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    This Saturday thousands will join the March for Science in Washington, D.C. in the name of evidence-based decision-making in all levels of government. The planned demonstration, which falls on Earth Day, was inspired by the successful Women’s March that took place this past January, which drew hundreds of thousands to the National Mall and cities across the globe.

    This weekend’s protest aims to be equally massive. More than 500 satellite marches have been planned for all over the world, including in all 50 U.S. states. The march’s mission as stated on its website reads:

    “Science should neither serve special interests nor be rejected based on personal convictions. At its core, science is a tool for seeking answers. It can and should influence policy and guide our long-term decision-making.”

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #4- Bringing Rigor Back To Health Research

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #4- Bringing Rigor Back To Health Research
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    What’s holding up the quests to cure health scourges like cancer and diabetes? Some biomedical researchers will say it’s their own research practices.

    Last week, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine published an update to a 25-year-old report on research integrity. While in 1992 the report addressed “bad apple” researchers, the 2017 edition calls out a rise in systemic, detrimental practices that can invalidate results, including poor study design, cutting corners, and lack of data- and methodology-sharing, which inhibits other researchers from attempting to replicate the research.

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #3 - Keeping Your Habits Private In A Connected World

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #3 - Keeping Your Habits Private In A Connected World
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    Earlier this month, President Trump signed Senate Joint Resolution 34 into law, rolling back rules put into place by the Federal Communications Commission during the Obama administration. Those rules, which had not yet gone into effect, would have blocked internet service providers from selling users’ browsing data. Blocking those rules means that ISPs can now legally mine data about the sites people visit online and sell that information to advertisers and others. Propublica senior reporter Julia Angwin and cybersecurity expert Eva Galperin of the Electronic Frontier Foundation join Ira to talk about practical methods to shield your online communications, including tools like Tor and VPNs, secure messaging programs like Signal, and encrypted email services such as ProtonMail.

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #2 - Feathers And Snarge

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    Science Friday April-21-2017 #2 - Feathers And Snarge

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    Collisions between birds and airplanes can result in a range of damage, the most severe being the kind that brought down US Airways Flight 1549 into the Hudson River in 2009. A flock of Canada geese snuffed out both engines on that plane shortly after takeoff. To prevent future bird-related calamities, airlines need to know which species are most likely to get entangled with aircraft in the first place.

    That’s where forensic ornithologist Carla Dove, of the Smithsonian Institution’s Feather Identification Lab, comes in. From April through June 2016, she received the remains of more than 2,000 birds that had been struck by airplanes, whether or not the plane had suffered damage. The Federal Aviation Administration and the military had sent them, wanting to know, in each case, the species. Black vulture? Canada goose? Horned lark? (The horned lark, by the way, is the most common collision casualty, not the Canada goose, as some might think.)

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    A Life Robotic - Science Friday Space

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    Falling Into New Ideas - Science Friday Space

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    Hi from The Adaptors podcast

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    We're a new podcast about people responding to climate change. Adaptors are all around us: from the farmers and coastal-dwellers finding new ways to work and live, to the scientists thinking outside the box about energy, to the corporate leaders bringing new technologies to market, to the garage tinkerers and DIY inventors dreaming up the next big thing in green living. We want to introduce you to them, one story at a time.

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    Produced by Flora Lichtman @flichtman and Katherine Wells @katlwells

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    Connecting Science and Art

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    'Science and art often seem to develop in separate silos, but many thinkers are inspired by both. Novelist Cormac McCarthy, filmmaker Werner Herzog, and physicist Lawrence Krauss discuss science as inspiration for art and Herzog's new film on the earliest known cave paintings.'

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    Science Friday Special For NBR | Discussions that never made the show | Starring Ira Flatow

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    This video contains Science Friday topics that never made the show.

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    The podcast features Neon Brown playing music from his personal record collection, mocking NPR, and sharing titillating stories from some of the music industry's most prominent figures.

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    Science Fridays Podcast: April 12 2017 - Wildfires

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    This podcast is for PLB 105 Spring 2017 @ Michigan State University - PSA Group Project

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    The Medical Wonders of Worm Spit

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    From the mandibles of a creepy crawly to your body comes a revolution in biomedical engineering. It's worm spit, from the silk worm moth caterpillar, although you may know it by its more common name, silk. Dr. David Kaplan explains how bioengineers at Tufts University are crafting this versatile protein into a myriad of medical materials.

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    Snowflake Safari

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    Winter weather means more than sledding and snowmen. Next snowstorm, grab a magnifying glass and try snowflake hunting. Bullet rosettes, stellar plates and capped columns are just a few of the varieties of snow crystal you can find in your backyard. Kenneth Libbrecht, physicist at Caltech and snowflake expert, shares secrets of the snowflake.

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    The Neuroscience of Consciousness – with Anil Seth

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    Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience Anil Seth looks at the neuroscience of consciousness and how our biology gives rise to the unique experience of being you.
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    Anil provides an insight into the state-of-the-art research in the new science of consciousness. Distinguishing between conscious level, conscious content and conscious self, he describes how new experiments are shedding light on the underlying neural mechanisms in normal life as well as in neurological and psychiatric conditions.

    Anil Seth is Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, where he is also Co-Director of the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science. He is Editor-in-Chief of Neuroscience of Consciousness and is on the steering group and advisory board of the Human Mind Project.

    He has written popular science books, including 30 Second Brain, and contributes to a variety of media including the New Scientist, The Guardian, and the BBC.


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    This Week in Science Podcast Takes Baltimore... Friday

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    This Week in Science Podcast (TWIS) Takes Baltimore... Friday - This week on TWIS (@TWIScience), hosts Dr. Kiki (@drkiki), Blair Bazdarich (@blairsmenagerie) & Justin Jackson (@jacksonfly) discuss this week's science news.

    Dr. Kiki, Blair, & Justin explore the world of science news!

    This week, not so much science news as prepartion for our big LIVE STREAM this Friday, November 4th @ 2 p.m. Eastern, 11 a.m. Pacific, from the Maryland STEM Festival ( at the National Aquarium ( — Blair will be ecstatic!), here on our YouTube channel. Go to those links to get your tickets now if you want to attend!


    (0:00) - Start Recording - where Blair wonders what happened to her lower third chrion branding .
    (0:26) - Start of Show w/ Dr. Kiki. Dr. Kiki & Blair discuss upcoming Maryland STEM Festival show. And exactly how much wine Blair drinks before each
    (3:55) - (Not your normal) Disclaimer, disclaimer, disclaimer... by Blair!
    (5:01) - Opening Theme
    (5:39) - Good Science greetings... well, not really, this whole show is more like a chatty 'after-show' from here in. Justin comes in later.

    (6:13) - edfromct question from Freenode IRC #twis chat room asks about the Pizza meet-up in Maryland — it will be at Zella's Pizzaria Friday in Baltimore @ 6 pm ( 1145 Hollins Street, Baltimore, MD 21223, (410) 685-6999.
    (7:36) - faddah question from Freenode IRC #twis chat room about the AI 'Nightmare Machine' story and had Dr. Kiki & Blair comment on it. (

    From there, there was much discussion on logistics to getting to Baltimore and the run sheet for stories for the show. Until...

    (34:43) - Justin arrives in Blair's studio in San Francisco & joins the Live video cast.
    (35:15) - discussion ensues on bringing a Merch box of t-shirts, chackis, stuffers, calendars, etc., per @gemdoctor in the Freenode IRC #twis chat room.
    (36:27) - Blair contemplates coming to Portland to pick up Merc.
    (36:32) - Justin breaks the 4th wall of Blair's space to talk about the amount of Merch she hordes, including toy hippos.
    (40:08) - Blair shares book 'Dr. Tatiana's Sex Advice For All Creation' (
    (44:35) - Justin shows off Blair's many Bowling Trophies.
    (46:34) - Justin dons Bair's Panda hat. (
    (53:55) - Justin & Blair show off what thy are drinking.
    (54:29) - A long review of Google Maps Street View of the areas they will stay and visit in Baltimore ensues...

    And much more, discussion of flight & travel & Maryland STEM Fest logistics & stories happens, etc., etc., it's mostly like an after-show. Enjoy & see you Friday, Nov. 4th 2016 @ 2 pm ET/11 am PT here on our channel for the LIVE STREAM of Maryland STEM Festival.

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    And also, the TWIS meet-up Friday eve, 6 pm ET, Nov. 4, in Baltimore — at Zella's Pizzaria ( 1145 Hollins Street, Baltimore, MD 21223, (410) 685-6999.

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    In Trumps US, whats it like being a Spanish-language science communicator? With Luis Quevedo

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    In this video, Jayde is joined by spanish-language science communicator Luis Quevedo. They discuss what it is like to be foreign science reporters, in a world of 'alternative facts', Donald Trump's immigration laws and strained US-Mexico relations.

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    Creador de los premiados documentales En busca del primer europeo and El futuro perdido
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    Luis Quevedo (born December 2, 1981 in Barcelona , Spain ) is a Spanish-language journalist, producer and presenter of Spanish-language television.

    He is known in Spain for being part of the creator of the program of La 2 TVE Tres14 and produce the documentary 'In search of the first European 1 '. In the United States and Latin America he is known for being the creator of the podcast Science Friday en Español with the Dean of the scientific radio in the USA , Ira Flatow, and for directing and presenting CST - Science, Health and Technology , the global science and Technology on the NTN24 channel .

    He graduated as a biotechnologist at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and in Communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in the same city. He began his professional career with Eduard Punset in NETWORKS where he was a producer and scriptwriter and later in 2007 he was one of the creators of the Tres14 program where he was also a presenter in the seasons 2008 and 2014.

    On January 6, 2011 premiered his documentary In Search of the First European of which he was producer, director, writer and presenter, along the celebrated archaeologist and co - director of excavations at the Sierra de Atapuerca , Eudald Carbonell . In this work Dr. Carbonell accompanies Luis on a road trip through various scenarios, sites and museums of human evolution in Africa, Asia and Europe.

    On 30 September 2016 opens in rtve his documentary In Search of Lost Future 2

    In the United States: He moved to New York City, where he joined the production team in 2011 Science Friday the station NPR with Ira Flatow as a director. He was a pioneer in the creation of the podcast Science Friday (SciFri) in Spanish, where it stands out as reference of scientific popularization for Spanish speakers.

    In 2012 he becomes Managing Director of Imagine Science Films Festival of New York where he develops the production of the festival and collaborates in the production of a long written and directed by the Franco-Venezuelan performer Alexis Gambis, The Fly Room .

    In 2013 he becomes the director and presenter of the current science and technology program CST - Science, Health and Technology of the international news channel NTN24 . He becomes a well-known disseminator of science in Spanish also in Latin America . During his US stage, he began collaborating with the Spanish newspaper El Mundo in the science, health and international sections. In the United States he works as a trainer and coach in science communication in English and Spanish, he publishes a manifesto for the Culturally Relevant Communication 3 for Spanish speakers in the USA. UU.

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    Logo Cuonda is the first global podcast platform in Spanish. After the experience accumulated in NPR and Science Friday and before the exuberance of the market of the North American podcast, Luis founds, next to the journalists Ana Ormaetxea and Angel Jiménez, Cuonda, 4 the first global podcast platform in Spanish. Cuonda adapts the best practices of the American market to Ibero-American and launches a community of podcasts of the great quality of production and content, using cross-promotion and a dedicated commercial team. Cuonda is supported by renowned names in podcasting, journalism and digital entrepreneurship such as Alex Blumberg, Jeff Jarvis, Silvina Moschini and Carlos Serrano.

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    ENTP Conspiracy Theory Hour-O-Clock: Jeff Bezos Edition

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    Is A-Mars-Geddon Dawning in Seattle?
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    Ira Flatow: Big Ideas

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    Award-winning science correspondent and TV journalist Ira Flatow is the host of NPR's Science Friday, a weekly call-in radio program and podcast that connects 2 million weekly listeners with scientists for informative discussions about science, technology, health, space, and the environment. He describes his work as a challenge to make science and technology a topic for discussion around the dinner table.

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    The Future of Cosmology - NPR Science Friday on sight broardcast - October 10, 2003

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    On October 10, 2003, on the campus of Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland Ohio, I got to attend an onsite broadcast of NPR's Science Friday. It was in conjuction with the opening of The Center for Education and Research in Cosmology and Astrophysics (CERCA), started by Lawrence Krauss, and had in attendance over 70 of the worlds most renowned physicist. This was a 3 day event which started with a talk the previous night, by Stephen Weinberg, and ended the following Monday night with a sold out talk by Stephen Hawking (I didn't have a ticket at the time). I took my video camera with me, and this video is from that camera.
    I got to ask the 1st question from the audience in attendance (I am off camera, to the right, though I can be seen on Case Western Reserve University's video which they shot and is archived on their website. Good luck trying to view it though). As I was asking the question, Saul Perlmutter quickly came down the isle and sat to my right. After the question was answered, I shook his hand and went back to my seat. So in effect, though he had not yet won his Nobel Prize, with the shaking of Steven Weinberg's hand after this event, I got to shake the hand of 2 Nobel laureates.
    When I got back to my seat, a representive from the city introduced himself to me and gave me his card. That jesture, 3 days later, lead to my attending the sold out Stephen Hawking talk. But before that Monday evening talk, after the NPR broadcast, as I was leaving the building, who do I bump into but Stephan Hawking, so I turned my video camera back on and taped it. That was the cherry on the top of what was a great day for me, and It's at the end of this program. I hope you enjoy it.

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    What Really Happened: Michael Rivero

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    Sci-Fi Today | The Friday Debate Podcast 010

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    Technical difficulties kept the Friday Debate Podcast from releasing last week, but after a lot of fiddling around with the audio, we're bringing you a DOUBLE FEATURE this week for the FDP.

    Today, Josh is joined by the usual group of hosts to talk science fiction - well, not necessarily sci-fi but instead the kinds of technology we wanted while growing up that we might be seeing today. We bounce around the ideas of jet-packs, virtual reality, smart homes, and all of their implications - while getting caught in a lot of tangents that make for one of the longest editions of the podcast we've had yet.

    Come join us and don't forget to listen to the podcast on all of the podcasting networks, as well has following us all on social media - the links for everything are in the full post for the podcast below! Soon we will be taking your own questions and topics, so give us all a shoutout all over the place with the hashtag #FDP!

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    Climate Change Policy, Hormone Cycle on a Chip, and Titan’s Electric Dust- - Science Friday Space

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    Atheist Podcasts

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    Great Free Podcasts about atheism, religion, church-state-separation, etc,. are available.
    Here are a few of my favorites:
    The Atheist Experience. Cognitive Dissonance. The Thinking Atheist. Rationally Speaking. Oh No, Ross and Carrie! Freethought Radio (FFRF). Point of Inquiry. For Good Reason. Skeptics Guide to the Universe. Skeptoid. NPR Science Friday. NOVA Science Now.

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    Como entender inglês falado mais facilmente? | Amigo Gringo Responde #12

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    Podcasts da NPR, WNYC e mais:

    A vida nos Estados Unidos (jornalismo de primeira): This American Life,

    Conversas sobre NY e o mundo: The Brian Lehrer Show,

    Economia para todos. São muito divertidos, prometo: Planet Money, e Freakonomics,

    Filhas entrevistam mães, amigos entrevistam amigos, etc. (Vai chorar): StoryCorps,

    Cultura popular e as artes: Studio 360:

    Música: All Songs Considered,

    Ciencia: Science Friday,

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    iRedes 2016 - Taller de Creación de Podcasts en iRedes: usos y costumbres

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    El periodista Luis Quevedo y Caín Santamaría y Valdimir V. Laredo, de Supermedianías, el podcast, ofrecen en iRedes, VI Congreso de Redes Sociales, un taller práctico de creación de podcasts que contará con la grabación real de un programa de Supermedianías, el podcast, y su publicación y difusión en internet.

    Si quieres convertir en un experto en la creación y tratamiento de podcasts, los temas que abordó el taller son la definición, historia y sentido de un podcast, así como los objetivos, el público al que están enfocados, su difusión y monetización. Otros temas que se verán son el storytelling y la creación de contenidos para un podcast. Recursos y trucos técnicos con montaje en directo del equipo que podcasting completo semiprofesional. El trabajo resultante del podcast se grabará y subirá posteriormente a Internet.

    Los asistentes configurarán el guión y participarán activamente en la grabación del programa. Además, contará con una entrevista a una personalidad destacada asistente a iRedes entre sus contenidos.

    Luis Quevedo es un productor, presentador y periodista galardonado internacionalmente. Formado como científico, decidió compartir su pasión por el descubrimiento y el progreso de la humanidad a través de informar, entretener y educar como periodista y productor. En España trabajó con Eduard Punset en REDES y formó parte del equipo creador de Tres14 -y también presentador- antes de producir el premiado documental En busca del primer europeo.
    Después de trasladarse a Nueva York en 2010 creó el pionero blog y podcast Science Friday en Español y ahora dirige y presenta CST, el informativo global de ciencia y tecnología en español, que ven millones de personas a diario a través de NTN24. Ha sido el director del Imagine Science Films Festival, producido junto a Google, Nature y Science, entre otros, y creador del podcast de ciencia, salud y educación para minorías Social Gradient en la City University of New York. En América ha sido distinguido como Minority Fellow de la Asociación Nacional de Periodistas Científicos, NASW, y como mentor de la primera promoción de Mass Media Fellows de la Asociación Americana para el Avance de la Ciencia, AAAS. @luis_quevedo

    Caín Santamaría: Aunque ahora se dedica de pleno a su empresa, Innovanity, donde se dedica a dirigir los proyectos web, ha trabajado como técnico y creativo durante muchos años para medios de comunicación regionales de Castilla y León. Colabora semanalmente con Cadena SER Burgos con un espacio de evangelización digital llamado “Internet para todos”. Es el co-creador, junto a Vladimir V. Laredo de “Supermedianías, el podcast”. A este podcast aporta el “savoir faire” técnico (tiene formación especialidaza en sonido) y, por su multidisciplinariedad, conoce personajes de todo tipo a los que lía para traer de invitados al podcast. @cainSan

    Vladimir V. Laredo: A Vladimir V. Laredo le definen más las inesperadas cosas que nunca creyó que fuese a hacer y sin embargo hace que las cosas que de él se esperan en su día a día. Difuso proyecto de escritor y guionista. Columnista quincenal en Diario de Burgos y ocasional colaborador en la radio local. Twittero mediocre y mal pinchadiscos. Presume de que todo lo que sabe lo aprendió de los cuadernillos “Rubio”, y algo de razón tiene. Actualmente, hace la selección musical y se encarga de escribir sus tonterías para el podcast que querría ser radio-show “Supermedianías”, del que es co-ideólogo y co-culpable junto a Caín Santamaría. Y quién sabe qué se le ocurrirá mañana… @VladimirConV

    Supermedianías, el podcast: Es un podcast – programa – concurso con entrevistas (o algo) que se graba con público en directo en Bardeblás (Burgos) dos veces al mes. Sus objetivos son dos: El primero, conseguir pasar un rato entretenido y, a veces, hasta gracioso. El segundo: dar visibilidad a personas inquietas y creativas que por ser “de provincias” quizá no tienen la repercusión que hubieran merecido de ser “de la capital”, pero que tienen cosas muy interesantes que contar. Entre sus invitados ya han contado con dos músicos, un dibujante de cómics, una enfermera, un divulgador digital, un youtuber, un cocinero, e incluso un constructor de ataúdes de cartón. Podría dar para más, pero ¿qué se puede esperar de un podcast que se llama “Supermedianías”?

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    NPR Science Friday at AAAS 2010

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    A quick in studio glimpse of NPR Science Friday broadcast from AAAS San Diego. Notice all the cues and hand signals between the producers and Flatow.

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    What Really Happened: Michael Rivero

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    Mike Rivero’s background is as eclectic as his radio show and website. Formerly with NASA, Mike transitioned his image processing skills (along with a brief stint as a child actor) into the then-new computer animation field, starting with award winning commercials, then working on films such as “Star Trek”, “The Day After Tomorrow”, and later supervising visual effects on “Brainscan”, “LOST”, and “Hawaii Five-0”. Mike Rivero has taken a sabbatical from film work to focus all his efforts on peace activism.

    Mike Rivero’s foray into blogging began before the word was even invented, and happened almost by accident when he spotted a suspicious photograph being broadcast on ABC news in 1994 related to the murder of White House Deputy Counsel Vincent Foster.Since that abrupt beginning, What Really Happened, both website and radio show, has expanded to cover diverse topics including the assassinations, the accidental shoot-down of TWA 800, election fraud, health issues, Saddam’s non-existent nuclear weapons, 9-11, the economy, and the ongoing propaganda used to trick the American people into wars of conquest in Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, and other nations.

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    Editorial Clarity - Podcast

    4:58

    Second Edition in the Editorial Clarity Second Life Podcasts.

    I talk about Philip Rosedale Moving on from Linden Labs, Science Friday, Friday Night Politics and more.

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    Ira Flatow from NPRs Science Friday Effing Loves Science!

    05

    I asked Flora Lichtman first, she said she would only do it if Ira did it too. They also agreed to just say Effing so not to get in trouble in public radio land. Shot after a live broadcast of Science Friday at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 19th, 2013. Note: National broadcast was subsequently bumped back a week due to breaking news. I apologize for the poor quality. Feel free to share link, please don't repost.

    Here is Flora Lichtman saying it

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    Hundreds of Thousands Take to the Streets Worldwide for the Global March for Science

    16:39

    - On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of scientists and science supporters took to the streets around the world in a global March for Science on Earth Day. More than 600 marches and rallies took place, with one on every continent, including on Antarctica. Massive marches occurred from coast to coast in the United States, including at a massive rally in Washington, D.C. Among those who took to the stage were Bill Nye, The Science Guy; Earth Day founder Denis Hayes; former EPA environmental justice official Mustafa Ali, who resigned after Trump took office; Sam Droege of the U.S. Geological Survey; and James Balog, of the Extreme Ice Survey, which is documenting the rapid retreat of glaciers due to climate change.

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    Flora Lichtman of NPRs Science Friday Effing Loves Science!

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    She said she would only do it if Ira Flatow did it too. They also agreed to just say Effing so not to get in trouble in public radio land. She's so my NPR Crush. (Hi Flora!)

    Shot after a live broadcast of Science Friday at Salt Lake Community College in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 19th, 2013. Note: National broadcast was subsequently bumped back a week due to breaking news. I apologize for the poor quality. Feel free to share link, please don't repost.

    Here's Ira Flatow saying it

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    Science Friday: Identical Twins

    13:02

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    What is Sleep on Science Friday

    3:06

    Eric Galicia's radio interview on Science Friday with Ira Flatow and Alan Alda! Edited so you guys can just hear my segment, hear the full segment at

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    Blizzard Of 2013 with Sci-Fri on NPR and Pickup Truck Spin Out

    6:46

    Friday around 2:40 PM. Some Sci-Fri on NPR while driving through Bristol during The Blizzard of 2013 (Feb. 8th).

    **Pickup truck spins out at the end!!

    Rest of show on podcast if interested..

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    Science Facts Everyone Should Know

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    Do you think you know these common science facts? GMM #663!
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    Top 100 Podcasts with Kens Talk 1/17

    9:06

    Positive comments about The Moth Dan Carlin's Hardcore History Science Friday and more. Ken's Talk is finally of iTunes - listen and subscribe here:

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    La ciencia y los podcast

    1:25:06

    Uno de los medios más populares - tanto en un sentido de abundancia como de fácil alcance a los no profesionales de los medios - para divulgar ciencia es el podcast*. Algo que, a toro pasado, se hace obvio pero que hace una década no estaba tan claro todavía. ¿Es el podcasting el equivalente sonoro del blog o weblog? ¿Qué mueve a los podcasters a producir, distribuir y persistir en ello - en ocasiones durante años- a pesar de que una gran mayoría lo hace sin ánimo -o, al menos, sin que éste se materialice - de lucro? Es más, ¿qué hay del podcasting en castellano en general?

    Nuestras tertulias son en castellano, en español, y ésta es una lengua que si bien disfruta de una rica y nutrida historia radiofónica comercial, el podcast parece andar algo rezagado cuando lo comparamos con la todopoderosa lengua inglesa - ahí entrará por una vez mi experiencia como productor profesional de radio y podcast para la NPR estadounidense en Science Friday - donde este formato, según recientes cifras del centro Pew para EEUU, mueve millones, generando estrellas de la talla de Adam Carolla y fenómenos mediáticos como Serial con más de cinco millones de descargas por episodio.

    ¿Cómo avanzar o ampliar las opciones para incluir la posibilidad de que el podcast sea un proyecto viable, sostenible, en español? ¿Qué mejores prácticas hemos descubierto y podemos compartir con todos los participantes, contertulios o no, de este mediados?

    El próximo JUEVES 14 de mayo a las 22h peninsulares [4pm EDT para los que estéis en la Costa Este] contaremos con la presencia y experiencia de Kike Silva [La Buhardilla 2.0], Carles Fernández [GeoNaufragos], Óscar Hernández [UniversoParalelo] y, a falta de confirmar, desde mi orilla del Atlántico, con el célebre podcaster mexicano Enrique Gánem [El Explicador]. Moderando y configurando el Hangouts estará Luis Quevedo, como siempre.

    El hashtag para la tertulia, válido desde ya, es #m2podcast

    Os esperamos. Es más, os esperamos a vosotros y a todos vuestros contactos de Twitter y Facebook. Vamos a celebrar -y debatir- los podcast de ciencia.

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    Professor Brian Cox Lecture on the universe

    51:29

    A lecture by Brian Cox on how the universe was created.
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    Episode 89 - Public Radio & Education with Ariel Zych #AltActober

    36:56

    Ariel Zych, Education Manager of the Science Friday Initiative, helps us kick off #AltActober, our special month long look at careers outside academia and the people who made the jump. Ariel explains why she decided to leave a funded PhD position to explore the world of teaching, education and non-profit outreach.

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    UEN SciFi Friday Podcast: The Screaming Skull

    14:20

    Psychology professor Renee Galliher of Utah State University discusses the characters in the film “The Screaming Skull.

    UEN SciFi Friday offers a weekly science fiction feature film from the heyday of SciFi - the 1920's to 1970's. Join other Utah science fiction movie fans after the film for an accompanying podcast where Utah experts discuss topics from the movie.

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    Running On Empty

    1:45

    As hard as the current regime is fighting against the idea, it's sometimes fun to imagine a world with a limited supply of oil. For reference, the film was completed in 2006. The podcast excerpts are copyright NPR and NPR Science Friday.

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    Fake Microscope

    53

    Recently i´ve heard a NPR Science Friday Podcast with an intervew about how it was possible to turn low res cams without lens into microscopes.
    Since i dropped my webcam and it broke i decided to try it out and even being just a raw test it showed this images that i found to be quite interesting
    If anyone have tried something like this and is willing to share please post as a responce and i will be very thankful!

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    Science is Cool! Students, Teachers, Nurses, Researchers & Sci-Fi Writers Join the March for Science

    5:04

    - Among the thousands who braved the stormy weather and marched on Washington, D.C., as part of the first-ever global March for Science were students, teachers, nurses, researchers and even science fiction writers. Democracy Now! spoke to some of them about why they marched.

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    Don’t Believe These 6 Science Facts

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    Science Fact or Science Fiction? GMM #723!
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