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International report
WHO ignites row with 'preposterous' claim on India's Covid tally

International report

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 5:06


The World Health Organization (WHO) has put India's excess Covid deaths 10 times higher than its official tally. Delhi rejected it as “preposterous” but the report comes as a vindication for many who grieve in private, their loss overshadowed by an administrative dispute. On 5 May, the WHO, tripling its earlier estimate, said 14.9 million Covid deaths occurred worldwide between January 2020 and December 2021. “We estimate that India has the highest cumulative excess of 4.7 million deaths,” it added, prompting a backlash in India, which had posted 480,000 deaths by December. NK Arora, who heads India's enormous vaccination campaign, insisted the country's death rate was among the world's lowest. He rejected the WHO's revised numbers. “There is no harm in saying that 10 to 15 percent deaths or up to 20 percent of deaths may have been missed, but nothing like what the WHO says,” Arora told NDTV, rubbishing the report as preposterous and untenable. But despite the row, India, with 700 million Covid tests carried out and 1.9 billion vaccine doses administered, has bested most countries in its efforts to beat the pandemic. Official Covid data India relies on its death registration mechanism called the Central Registration System to count deaths, but French population scientist Christophe Guilmoto argued it was far from being fail-safe. “It may not match the official Covid toll including in countries where the registration of Covid deaths was possibly of better quality because everybody visited hospitals,” Guilmoto told RFI. In February, Guilmoto, who joined India's Centre de Sciences humaines research group during the Delta surge, pegged India's Covid-19 mortality at between 3.2 million and 3.7 million by November 2021 when India's official toll was 459,000. Afsana Bibi's world crashed when her father, both brother-in-laws and father-in-law died from Covid, leaving the 33-year-old with no support in a Mumbai slum. “Government officers come with promises and then they leave, never to return with help,” the mother-of-two now dependent on a NGO told reporters. State compensation But Randeep Guleria, who heads India's largest government hospital in Delhi, argued that the state dole handed out to relatives of Covid victims was a reliable way to calculate the number of casualties. The doctor said India must register its objections to the WHO's report, which also stated 84 percent of the world's excess deaths occurred in south-east Asia Europe, and in the Americas. Guilmoto, who works as a scientist at the Marseille-based Institut de Recherche pour le Développement, disagrees. “The data on compensation does not match any of the estimates including the official estimate based on Covid deaths registration,” Guilmoto claimed in an interview. India has posted 43 million cases but the Indian Express daily newspaper on 9 May reported some states were trying to solve their jigsaw of death puzzle dating back to 2020. During last spring's Delta surge, corpses were cremated at a Delhi car parking lot as crematoriums ran full; out-of-oxygen hospitals reported dozens of deaths while abandoned bodies floated past on a river. 

The afikra Podcast
MOUNIA AKL | Costa Brava, Lebanon | Movie Night

The afikra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 56:59


Mounia Akl talked about her latest film "Costa Brava, Lebanon."Mounia Akl is a director and writer from Lebanon. She holds a bachelor's degree in Architecture from ALBA, Beirut and an MFA in Directing from Columbia University, New York and is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences®. Her first feature film, Costa Brava Lebanon, premiered in 2021 at the Venice Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and BFI London Film Festival amongst others. Some of her other previous work includes fiction films (Submarine, 69th Cannes Film Festival), web series (Fasateen, Do Not Disturb, BILY) and collaborations with fashion designers and architects (Dior, Sandra Mansour, T Sakhi, Elie Saab). Apart from directing, Mounia has also taught Directing at the NHSI, Northwestern University, Chicago and was a Screenwriting preceptor at Columbia University, New York where she was also Richard Peña's assistant. Mounia is currently developing new projects between Beirut and LA where she was recently a Ted Talk Women speaker.Created & hosted by Mikey Muhanna, afikra Edited by: Ramzi RammanTheme music by: Tarek Yamani https://www.instagram.com/tarek_yamani/About Movie Night: Movie Night is an interview series that calls for afikra community members who are interested in movies and films to spend time watching along with the entire community. Movies will be announced on afikra's watching list. This interview series will host filmmakers and actors who are featured in the announced movie. Community members will be asked to watch the film on online streaming platforms or online film festivals before the series and join the conversation with the creators of the film. Movie Night is an opportunity for members to ask questions about the plot, behind the scenes, themes, and information about the movie.Following the interview, there is a moderated town-hall-style Q&A with questions coming from the live virtual audience ‎on Zoom.‎ Join the live audience: https://www.afikra.com/rsvp   FollowYoutube - Instagram (@afikra_) - Facebook - Twitter Support www.afikra.com/supportAbout afikra:‎afikra is a movement to convert passive interest in the Arab world to active intellectual curiosity. We aim to collectively reframe the dominant narrative of the region by exploring the histories and cultures of the region- past, present, and future - through conversations driven by curiosity. Read more about us on  afikra.com

From Lab to Launch by Qualio
Catalyzing Chemical Reactions & Scientific Collaboration with Nobel Laureate David MacMillan

From Lab to Launch by Qualio

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 16:24


What's the background of a Noble Prize winner in chemistry, where are the next innovations in science, and how do you say “asymmetric organocatalysis”? Find out the answers on this week's episode as we chat with David MacMillan. From food production to industrial manufacturing, catalysts are all around us and play an outsized role in our lives. It's estimated that 90% of all commercially produced chemical products are reliant on catalysts at some point in the manufacturing process. Many of these reactions aren't sustainable. When studying as a post-doc at Harvard, David MacMillan had a eureka moment that led to groundbreaking research for green chemistry with his innovative organocatalysis.David also works to catalyze human connections and accelerate scientific advancement through his work at the Princeton Catalysis Initiative. His insights into catalyzing cross-field collaboration are sure to inspire!About David MacMillanDavid MacMillan is a Nobel laureate, the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University, and director of the Princeton Catalysis Initiative, which accelerates research collaboration between scholars at Princeton and industry. He conceptualized and pioneered the field of asymmetric organocatalysis, and in 2021, he was named a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in the field.Along with numerous awards and commendations, Professor MacMillan has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.Princeton Catalysis InitiativePCI catalyzes collaborations between molecular, physical, biological, and social scientists who conduct high-impact research across disparate fields of study. By creating a new mechanism conducive to interdisciplinary research, PCI unites historically distinct areas to unleash new thinking, novel technologies, and ground-breaking applications.Links: https://chemistry.princeton.edu/faculty/david-macmillanhttps://pci.princeton.edu/https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/chemistry/2021/macmillan/facts/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OrganocatalysisQualio WebsitePrevious episodes: https://www.qualio.com/from-lab-to-launch-podcastApply to be on the show: https://forms.gle/uUH2YtCFxJHrVGeL8Music by keldez

Math Therapy
S4E08: “Dude Walls” & the lost women of science w/ Katie Hafner

Math Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:58


You're probably thinking “what the F*CK is a dude wall?!”, and today Vanessa talks to the incredible Katie Hafner to find out.  Katie is an author, journalist, and host of the podcast “Lost Women of Science,” whose mission is to tell the stories of female scientists who history has inconveniently forgotten. But how do we prevent this from happening in the future? How do we encourage more girls and women to go into STEM, and how do we ensure their portraits aren't left off the walls of our academic institutions?About KatieKatie Hafner is host and executive producer of Lost Women of Science. She is a longtime reporter for the New York Times, where she continues to be a frequent contributor, writing on healthcare and technology. Hafner is uniquely positioned to tell these stories. Not only does she bring a skilled hand to complex narratives, but she has been writing about women in STEM for nearly 30 years. The author of six books of nonfiction, she is currently host and executive producer of Our Mothers Ourselves, an interview podcast that celebrates extraordinary mothers.Show notes:If you see a dude wall, please email: lostwomenofscience@gmail.comListen to Lost Women of ScienceListen to Our Mothers, Ourselves, Katie's other podcastPre-order “The Boys,” Katie's book coming out in July (where the main character and his mom talk in Fortran!)Read the study from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences about interest and perceived interest in computer scienceConnect with us:Katie Hafner: (Twitter, Website)Lost Women of Science: (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook)Vanessa Vakharia: @themathguru (Insta, Twitter, TikTok)Math Therapy: @maththerapy (Twitter)

Så kan det gå
139. Aftab Omer - Thinking for the greater good (in eng)

Så kan det gå

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 79:38


Today's episode is a tribute to the first-ever Inner Development Goals Summit that took place at the end of April. The Inner Development Goals is a nonprofit initiative with 23 skills that we all as individuals need to develop in order for us as humanities to reach UN's Global Sustainability Goals to save the living conditions here on earth.  I was amazed of how inspiring the summit was and therefore I feel privileged to be able to share this further with you all.  If you missed it you can get your ticket at innerdevelopmentgoals.org and watch it for 3 more months. Since this is a global initiative this episode will be in English so that we all can take part in it. With me today I have one of the speakers and co-creators, the transformal educator Aftab Omer who is a living example of a man who shows some of the IDG thinking skills like complexity awareness, perspective-taking, and deeper sense-making throughout this conversation.   About Aftab Aftab Omer, Ph.D. is a sociologist, psychologist, futurist and the president of Meridian University. Raised in Pakistan, India, Hawaii, and Turkey, he was educated at the universities of M.I.T, Harvard and Brandeis. His publications have addressed the topics of transformative learning, cultural leadership, generative entrepreneurship and the power of imagination. His work includes assisting organizations in tapping the creative potentials of conflict, diversity, and complexity. Formerly the president of the Council for Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychologies, he is a Fellow of the International Futures Forum and the World Academy of Arts and Sciences. Aftab's work at Meridian University over the last 30 years has emphasized the development of partnership capability. In an influential article entitled "The Spacious Center: Leadership and the Creative Transformation of Culture" published in 2006, he introduced a new framework for understanding culture's transformation through cultural leadership. This podcast is hosted by Elin Ribjer in collaboration with the value-based relationship app Relate. Find likeminded and get to know your own values via: Android: bit.ly/relatepod-android Apple: bit.ly/relatepod-iOS

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Kayla and David Suisse on Utah State: Undergraduate Research on Medicinal Benefits of Sagebrush, and Discovering Humanities.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 54:26


In High School, Kayla loved every course she took. She was quite stressed trying to figure out what course to pursue. David on the other hand, was pretty set on studying medicine early on. He loved the Sciences. Kayla and David join us on our podcast to share their Undergraduate Research experiences, their work with Sagebrush-based research, and their college journey at Utah State University. In particular, we discuss the following with them: Choosing Utah State University Benefits of doing UG Research Majoring in Biology, Global Communication Advice to Freshman and High Schoolers Topics discussed in this episode: Introduction to Kayla, David Suisse, Utah State Univ [0:38] Hi Fives - Podcast Highlights [1:53] Overall Experience at USU [4:24] Why Utah State? [6:48] High School Interests [8:03] Giving Things Time…[11:13] Transition to USU & UG Research [13:27] Kayla and David's Research [17:41] Sagebrush-based Research [22:46] What's Next for Sagebrush Research? [30:37] Kayla - Science meets Social Science [32:34] Impact of UG Research [34:27] The Future [39:06] Why Freshman should do UG Research [41:53] Advice for High Schoolers [45:27] Fav Memories [48:46] Our Guests:Kayla Suisse is a graduating Senior majoring in Biology from Utah State University. David Suisse is a graduating Senior majoring in Global Communication and Pre-Medical Studies from Utah State University. Memorable Quote: “...people will tell us, well, you're gonna have to pick one. You can't just have so many interests and be able to do all those things. I disagree. I see places where I wish that this professional had this skill, you know. I'll meet with a doctor and say, Wow, I really wish that they had greater communication or writing skills…”. David & Kayla. Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Similar Episodes: College Experiences Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. Follow us on Instagram. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify.

SDCF Masters of the Stage
Choreographers In Conversation: Dan Knechtges & Twyla Tharp

SDCF Masters of the Stage

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:27


We are excited to bring you a new podcast series, Choreographers in Conversation. This series will allow choreographers to interview other choreographers whose work excites them as a way to learn more about their craft and preserve the stories of these exciting artists in our industry. In this episode to kick off the series, Dan Knechtges interviews Twyla Tharp. The two cover everything from Twyla's legendary work including MOVIN' OUT to her book THE CREATIVE HABIT and discuss how the legacy of her craft lives on. Learn more about Twyla Tharp at the Twyla Tharp Dance Foundation website.   Twyla Tharp: Since graduating from Barnard College in 1963, Ms. Tharp has choreographed more than one hundred sixty works: one hundred twenty-nine dances, twelve television specials, six Hollywood movies, four full-length ballets, four Broadway shows and two figure skating routines, she has also written 4 books. She received one Tony Award, two Emmy Awards, 20 honorary doctorates, the Vietnam Veterans of America President's Award, the 2004 National Medal of the Arts, the 2008 Jerome Robbins Prize, and a 2008 Kennedy Center Honor. Her many grants include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, and an Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Learn more about Twyla Tharp and her legacy through her foundation website.   Dan Knechtges: Broadway – Lysistrata Jones (Direction & Choreography), Xanadu (directed by Chris Ashley, Tony nomination, Drama Desk nomination), Sondheim on Sondheim (directed by James Lapine), 110 in The Shade (starring Audra McDonald) and The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee (directed by James Lapine.) Off-Broadway – TAIL! SPIN! (starring Rachel Dratch), The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee at Second Stage, which earned him a Lucille Lortel Award nomination, Merrily We Roll Along for Encores! at City Center (directed by James Lapine), Vanities at Second Stage and Lysistrata Jones for the Transport Group, My Favorite Year (York Theater). International credits include Der Schuh Das Manitu (Berlin, Germany). Regional theatres include – The MUNY, Goodspeed, Dallas Theatre Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Papermill Playhouse, Trinity Rep,  Pioneer Theatre, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Baltimore Centerstage, Theatreworks Palo Alto, Hangar Theatre. Indianapolis Opera, Opera Illinois, Surflight Theatre.  TV/Film credits include Palindromes, Dark Horse and White Collar, and the 2011 TV Land Awards with Liza Minnelli. Dan also choreographed FatboySlim's #1 music video “It's a Wonderful Night.” Dan is a member of the Lincoln Center Director's Lab and holds a BFA in theatre from Otterbein College.

Entendez-vous l'éco ?
Pourquoi la formation des économistes doit-elle s'ouvrir aux sciences de la vie et du climat ?

Entendez-vous l'éco ?

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:24


durée : 00:04:24 - Le Pourquoi du comment : économie et social - par : Laurence Scialom - Comment sensibiliser et former aux enjeux de la transition écologique ?

This Academic Life
Ep.32 – Social Media in Academia

This Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 24:46


In this episode we discuss how social media sites and academics go hand in hand. Whether it's promoting your work, making connections, or helping get your students names out there every platform has its benefits and drawbacks. Reference list: Wired Academia: Why Social Science Scholars Are Using Social Media LINK Social Media in Academia LINK Social media for professional development and networking opportunities in academia LINK Academia goes social media, MOOC, SPOC, SMOC and SSOC LINK The social media in academia and education LINK Social media for scientists LINK Sponsor: De Gruyter: This episode is sponsored by De Gruyter and its portfolio in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. For “Students and Researchers in Mathematics” De Gruyter's 2022 catalog is now available on This Academic Life website. Contact list: If you have any comments about our show or have suggestions for a future topic, please contact us at info@thisacademiclife.org. You can also find us on the webpage https://thisacademiclife.org and on Facebook group “This Academic Life”. Cast list: Prof. Kim Michelle Lewis (host) is a Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Programs, and Natural Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences at Howard University. Prof. Pania Newell (host) is currently an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at The University of Utah. Prof. Lucy Zhang (host) is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Nuclear Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Editing team: Music by RuthAnn Schallert-Wygal (schallert.wygal@gmail.com) Edited by Angella Chen Edited by Jared Duffy Artwork is created using Canva (canva.com) Support This Academic Life by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/this-academic-life

ResearchPod
Financing our anthropocene

ResearchPod

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 14:05


 The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the UN set out the aims of ensuring the future of life on Planet Earth is clean, healthy, and rich in biodiversity. However, reaching these goals is expensive, requiring around an additional $5 Trillion per year over the next 15–20 years. So the question now is: How to finance our Future? The Tao of Finance initiative from the World Academy of Arts and Sciences proposes outside-the-box solutions to generate the funds needed, utilising distributed digital technologies and innovative approaches to finance. Read more about the Tao of Finance at the WAAS website, or read the book ‘Financing Our Future: Unveiling a Parallel Digital Currency System to Fund the SDGs and the Common Good'.

Science History Podcast
Episode 54. Bohr's Atom: John Heilbron

Science History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 92:56


At the start of the 20th century, physicists probed the structure of nature. Their discoveries changed our fundamental understanding of matter, of life, and of war. At the center of these discoveries stood the Danish physicist Niels Bohr. Bohr approached problems of atomic structure and quantum theory with a philosophical perspective and an ability to skirt paradoxes with his principle of complementarity. Perhaps as important as Bohr's discoveries on the atom was his hosting of international collaborations at his institute in Copenhagen, which in turn led to fundamental insights in physics and chemistry. Bohr also played significant humanitarian and diplomatic roles during World War II in Denmark, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Many Jewish refugee scientists passed through Bohr's institute after escaping Nazi Germany, and Bohr then facilitated their immigration to safe harbors. With us to decipher Bohr's complex legacy is John Heilbron. John is a member of the International Academy of the History of Science, for which he served as president from 2001-2005. He is also a member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and The American Philosophical Society. He is the recipient of many awards for his scholarship on the history of science.

Forum - La 1ere
Forum des idées - La cartographie pour lutter contre les morsures de serpents

Forum - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 9:10


Interview de Nicolas Ray, Professeur en santé globale à l'Institut de Santé Globale et à l'Institut des Sciences de l'Environnement de l'UNIGE, et François Chappuis, chef du service de médecine tropicale et humanitaire aux Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève.

Queen of the Sciences
The Saul Saga

Queen of the Sciences

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:06


Experience of God is all very well and good... until your experience is being afflicted by an evil spirit from the Lord. Especially after first being called to be the first king of Israel, and then having that calling revoked. And yet still being king while a new king has been anointed, this new king respecting your former kingship more than the Lord God Almighty. Yikes! In this episode, we explore the saga of King Saul, ask whether his story is one of tragedy or just deserts or something else, and whether and how to read the Old Testament's Saul in conversation with the New Testament Saul-also-known-as-Paul. Notes: 1. Here is the series of sermons on I Samuel that I preached last year 2. Murphy, I Samuel 3. Brueggemann, First and Second Samuel 4. Sign up here for Theology & a Recipe—I'll do an issue on the two Sauls later in 2022! (plus, you get all the other great issues in the meanwhile) Do you rejoice every other Tuesday to see a new Queen of the Sciences episode appear? Then consider supporting us on Patreon. You can start at just $2 a month; more gets you swag. Or just pay us a visit at sarahhinlickywilson.com and paulhinlicky.com!

MAKE IT
267 - Director Traci Hays - Going From Crew To Director, Finding A Mentor, and Learning To Prove Yourself Again and Again

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 74:46


Hello, Hello!   In this episode, we have a conversation with Director Traci Hays. We talk about her latest feature film ‘Tangled' streaming on Passionflix now, how she overcame childhood health and learning issues to pursue filmmaking, the benefits of career coaching, overcoming barriers as a female in the film industry, the role women play in holding other women back, how to find a mentor, and so much more. Enjoy!   Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love   Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at contact@bonsai.film or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative   Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan!   www.bonsai.film/truefans   www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast   #MAKEIT   More on Traci Hays   IG: @traci.s.hays   https://m.facebook.com/tracishays   https://www.tracihays.com   https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3490382/     Traci Hays is a DGA nominated director. Her work has earned multiple awards, including Best Director and Best Picture, along with being an award-winning Production Designer. Hays recently directed Disconnected, a short film thriller, as part of the Women's Weekend Film Challenge. With a diverse all-female cast and crew, she lead the film to garner a win for Best Director at the Independent Short Awards and Best Thriller at the Top Short Film Festival. Before this, Traci directed the short film 'Frederick' starring James Morrison (Fox's 24). The film premiered at Dances with Films at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. The film has won 20 awards, including Best Director at the LA Film Awards and Best Picture at the New York Film Awards. With her proven track record, Hays secured a partnership with Tosca Musk's production company, Passionflix, where she directed the film Dry Spell, written by New York Times Bestselling Author Vi Keeland. Hays graduated cum laude from Chapman University, earning her BFA in Film Production. She was awarded a coveted apprenticeship with legendary director Randal Kleiser (Grease) to oversee her senior thesis, an 1800s-period film Lions Among Men, starring Dayo Okeniyi (NBC's Shades of Blue). The film was recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a finalist for the DGA Student Film Awards. She continued to develop her directing sensibilities under the mentorship of John Badham (Saturday Night Fever), Martha Coolidge (Real Genius), and Lawrence Paull (Back to the Future). Hays is also an accomplished production designer, having worked on various feature films, television, and commercials with companies such as Universal Studios, Hulu, BET, and many more.

Musical Health
Music For Your Pleasure

Musical Health

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 18:31


On today's episode we are going to explore the role of music listening in the experience of pleasure. Does music increase our ability to feel pleasure? And if so, how does it work? You've got that right-we are talking music and sex! I am working to make the transcripts of episodes more accessible but unfortunately for now if you email me I can get you that document! Thank you so much for understanding! musicalhealththepod@gmail.com Resources: Belfi, A. M., Loui, P. (2020). Musical anhedonia and rewards of music listening: Current advances and a proposed model. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1464, 99–114. Gold, B.P., et al. (2019) Predictability and uncertainty in the pleasure of music: a reward for learning?. JNeurosci. Huron DB. (2006), Sweet anticipation: Music and the psychology of expectation. MIT press. Salimpoor, V.N., D.H. Zald, R.J. Zatorre,et al. 2015. Predictions and the brain: how musical sounds become rewarding. Trends Cogn. Sci.19:86–91. Zatorre, R.J. (2018). Why do we love music? Cerebrum 2018: pii: cer-16-18. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-72772-3.pdf https://www.elitedaily.com/p/listening-to-music-during-sex-has-these-3-effects-on-your-body-brain-8563332 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/caitlin-krater/support

ManTalks Podcast
Angus Fletcher - Change Your Story, Change Your Life

ManTalks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 49:45


Forgive me while I geek out for the rest of the week about this fantastic conversation! After reading Angus' book Wonderworks: Literary Invention and the Science of Stories, I knew I had to get him on the show. Story, myth, and narrative are incredible tools for change, and knowing how they affect us down to the neurological level is Angus' specialty. Listen in for... -How narrative shifts not just our perspective, but our entire life. -How literature and apology are two of the oldest, most powerful human inventions. -A quick look at why AI will never surpass human intelligence -How we're losing narrative diversity—and why that's leading to polarization. -The function of anger. Angus Fletcher is a professor of story science at Ohio State's Project Narrative, the world's leading academic think-tank for the study of stories. He has dual degrees in neuroscience and literature, received his Ph.D. specializing in Shakespeare from Yale, taught Shakespeare at Stanford, and has published two books and dozens of peer-reviewed academic articles on the scientific workings of novels, poetry, film, and theatre. His research has been supported by the National Science Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He has done story-consulting for projects for Sony, Disney, the BBC, Amazon, PBS, and Universal, and is the author/presenter of the Audible/Great Courses Guide to Screenwriting. Connect with Angus -Website: https://www.angusfletcher.co/ -Book: Wonderworks: Literary Invention and the Science of Stories: https://amzn.to/3smnhjQ -LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/angus-fletcher-99713617/   Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today.  Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts  | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CQFD - La 1ere
Pour des sciences plus ouvertes

CQFD - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 18:45


Lʹ "Open science", cʹest le thème des journées dʹaujourdʹhui et de demain au palais de Beaulieu à Lausanne, sur le site de la Haute école de santé. Au programme : des conférences et des ateliers pratiques sur lʹOpen data et lʹOpen access. Créer des changements profonds dans la culture scientifique, le partage des données, le libre accès aux publications et bien plus encore... C'est le but du programme pour des sciences ouvertes. Avec Isabelle Lucas, chargée de projets Open science à la HES-SO et Micaela Crespo, responsable Open acces à lʹUniversité de Lausanne. Un dossier de Stéphane Délétroz.

CQFD - La 1ere
Des scientifiques alarment sur l'usage des sciences forensiques

CQFD - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 14:12


Les preuves scientifiques sont de plus en plus utilisées dans les procès et cʹest une bonne chose. Cependant, des chercheuses fribourgeoises mettent le doigt sur quelques risques: lʹacquisition de ces preuves et leur utilisation ne sont pas encore assez réglementées. Plus dʹinformations avec Joelle Vuille, professeur chaire de droit pénal et de criminologie à lʹUniversité de Fribourg. Une chronique de Silvio Dolzan.

CQFD - La 1ere
Vanille, sciences et ouverture

CQFD - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 55:46


Percer les secrets de la vanille Les brèves du jour Des scientifiques alarment sur l'usage des sciences forensiques Pour des sciences plus ouvertes

Le sept neuf
Guillaume Gomez et Marie Mendras

Le sept neuf

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 180:11


durée : 03:00:11 - Le 6/9 - Guillaume Gomez, ambassadeur des cultures culinaires et de la gastronomie française, ancien chef des cuisines de l'Élysée et Marie Mendras spécialiste de la Russie, politologue au CNRS et professeur à Sciences-po sont les invités du 6/9.

The KGEZ Good Morning Show
Flathead Lake Biological Station Director Jim Elser 5-3-2022

The KGEZ Good Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 13:03


Flathead Lake Biological Station Director Jim Elser joined the KGEZ Good Morning Show with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell on Tuesday May 3, 2022 to talk about his induction to the National Academy of Sciences ceremony experience.

Géopolitique, le débat
Guerre en Ukraine: tournant géostratégique sur le plan alimentaire mondial?

Géopolitique, le débat

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 50:00


La Russie, l'Ukraine et le pourtour de la Mer Noire sont depuis l'Antiquité un grenier à blé stratégique, un des bassins d'origine de l'agriculture… et le changement climatique promet d'être favorable à la production agricole dans ces régions. En attendant, l'invasion de l'Ukraine entamée par la Russie en février 2022 et qui risque de durer encore fait sentir ses effets, qui viennent s'ajouter à ceux délétères de la pandémie et de son impact sur le commerce international, sans compter les familles décimées. Répercussions agricoles donc, certaines immédiates et locales et d'autres durables et mondiales. Hausse des prix des matières premières, hausse du prix des engrais. Le prix du pétrole multiplié par quatre en deux ans, celui du gaz par dix sur la même période, le blé par deux et demi. Les prix des matières premières flambent à une vitesse record et le monde se découvre une nouvelle fois à la merci de leurs vastes oscillations. Une envolée qui reflète aussi une financiarisation croissante et une complète dérégulation commencée, il y a quarante ans.      Invités : Depuis Ouagadougou, au Burkina Faso, Kako Nubukpo, commissaire chargé de l'agriculture, des ressources en eau et de l'environnement de l' Union Economique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine.   Jean Jacques Hervé, Président de l'Académie d'Agriculture de France. Membre de l'Académie des Sciences de Russie et de l'Académie des Sciences agraires d'Ukraine  Matthieu Brun, directeur scientifique de la Fondation pour l'Agriculture et la Ruralité dans le monde, FARM, chercheur associé à Sciences Po Bordeaux. «Le Demeter 2022 Alimentation : les nouvelles frontières». Édition Club Déméter et IRIS.  

Eavesdropping at the Movies

If the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is to be believed, CODA, a comedy-drama about the tension caused in a deaf family when the one child who can hear wishes to pursue a career in singing, is the best film of 2021. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is not to be believed, and the fact that a straight-to-video Hallmark film can win the most prestigious award in cinema is a damning indictment of film culture today. Still, taken on its own merits, CODA is perfectly likeable and you'll enjoy spending time in its company. But really. This isn't good enough. Recorded on 17th April 2022.

Le débat africain
Boko Haram, la guerre oubliée

Le débat africain

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 49:00


Exécution de milliers de civils, enlèvements, esclavage sexuel, décapitation de soldats, attentats-suicides... Depuis 2009, la guerre provoquée par le groupe terroriste Boko Haram dans les pays du bassin du lac Tchad n'en finit pas. Et pourtant, malgré les morts, la poursuite des violences et le million et demi de réfugiés et déplacés, on n'en parle presque plus. Après l'indignation planétaire suscitée par l'enlèvement, le 14 avril 2014, de 276 lycéennes, pour la plupart chrétiennes, dans la ville de Chibok au Nigeria, le voile est presque entièrement retombé sur les combats. Où en est la guerre contre Boko Haram ? Qu'est-ce qui explique le silence assourdissant autour de ce conflit ? Avec la participation de :  - Pr Issa Saibou, analyste en Sécurité transfrontalière, doyen de la Faculté des Arts, Lettres et Sciences humaines de l'Université de Maroua - Colonel Mounchingam Martin Luther, chef d'État-Major du Secteur N°1 de la Force Multi-Nationale Mixte - Marthe Wandou, coordinatrice de l'ONG Aldepa, prix Nobel Alternatif 2021 - Dr. Jean-Luc Stalon, représentant résident du PNUD au Cameroun.

Pharmacist's Voice
Pharmacist Moms Series Episode 1 of 4: Interview with Ijeoma Ekeocha, PharmD

Pharmacist's Voice

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 68:10


Welcome to my 4-part Pharmacist Moms Series!  Each Friday in May 2022, I'm publishing an interview with a pharmacist mom in honor of Mother's Day, which is Sunday, May 8, 2022.  Today's episode is an interview with Dr. Ijeoma Ekeocha.  She's a pharmacist, podcast host, online course creator, and Mom.     Mother's Day is an American Day of Celebration.  (It's not an official US Holiday.)  On Mother's Day, we celebrate and honor Moms.  Happy Mother's Day to all the Moms listening to today's podcast episode!  Whether you're a current Mom, a woman who hopes to be a Mom someday, or someone who loves their Mom or a Mom in their life, I hope you enjoy this episode.      To read the full show notes, please visit www.thepharmacistsvoice.com.  Click the podcast tab, and search for episode 149.     Thank you for listening to episode 149 of The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast!   Mentioned in this episode Ijeoma's LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/ijeomaekeocha/  Black Women Pharmacists Podcast https://blackwomenpharmacists.com/podcast/  Passive Income Pharmacy Professional (PIPP) Course https://passiveincomepharmacyprofessional.com  Twitter (Black Women Pharmacists) https://twitter.com/BlackWomenPhar1  Instagram (blackwomenpharmacists) https://www.instagram.com/blackwomenpharmacists/  Facebook (Black Women Pharmacists Group) https://www.facebook.com/groups/blackwomenpharmacists  Good RX article written by Ijeoma Ekeocha, PharmD  2019 National Pharmacist Workforce Study (includes race stats) August 2021 Article on the US Census Bureau's website titled “2020 Census Illuminates Racial and Ethnic Composition of the Country.”  (accessed 5-4-22) US Bureau of Labor Statistics (Pharmacists) The Political Pharmacist Podcast Episode 118 featuring Dr. Jade Ranger Black Women Pharmacists Podcast Episodes 15 and 48 featuring Dr. Megan Freeland Black Women Pharmacists Podcast Episode 6 featuring Dr. Christina Madison (The Public Health Pharmacist) Black Women Pharmacists Podcast Episode 47 featuring Dr. Jade Ranger The Pharmacist's Voice Podcast Episode 129 featuring Dr. Megan Freeland Nicalia Matthews Okome, Founder of Side Hustle Pro University of the Sciences/Philadelphia College of Pharmacy  Julie Morgenstern, author of personal organizing and time-management books The 5AM Club: Own Your Morning.  Elevate Your Life. By Robin Sharma   Highlights from the interview   Black women are doing great things in the pharmacy profession, and Black Women Pharmacists Podcast is a great place to learn about them.  It's primarily an interview show.  Ijeoma highlights pharmacist career paths and careers and gives black women pharmacists a place to share their experiences.  Networking with strong women is a perk of being the podcast host.   Brown Skin Stories was the original name of Ijeoma's podcast.  It was rebranded as Black Women Pharmacists Podcast when Ijeoma decided to focus on black women in pharmacy.  As she was niching down the topic of her podcast, the University of the Sciences/Philadelphia College of Pharmacy has been supportive of Ijeoma's journey.  Representation matters in podcasting too.     According to the 2019 Pharmacist Workforce Survey (page 12, Table 2.1.2), the percentage of black or African American Pharmacists in the US is 5%.  In 2014, it was 2.3%.  In 5 years, the percentage of black or African American Pharmacists in the US more than doubled.  It's far from matching the US population stats, but the number of black or African American Pharmacists in the US is growing.  The percentage of the US population that identifies as black or African American only is 12.4% (2020 US Census data).     Ijeoma became a new Mom in September 2021.  Her son's name is Chisimdi.  His nickname is “Munch.”   We talked about the following: Ijeoma's favorite part about being a Mom When to have a baby Biggest challenges of being a Mom Balancing work and family We love lists! The four D's Favorite “Me time” activity Biggest craving while pregnant Favorite “Girl's Night Out” (Mom's Night Out) activity A surprising thing she had to buy when she became a Mom A book or audiobook recommendation General advice for current or prospective moms   Ijeoma launched the Passive Income Pharmacy Professional (PIPP) Course in April 2022.  To learn more, visit https://passiveincomepharmacyprofessional.com.  There is a free webinar training available through the website.  Ijeoma talks about PIPP on Episode 50 of Black Women Pharmacists Podcast.  She will be back to talk about PIPP on The Pharmacist's Voice ® Podcast in August 2022.   Dr. Ijeoma Ekeocha's Full Bio (April 2022) Ijeoma Ekeocha completed her Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences, formally known as the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, in 2009. Following graduation, she practiced as a Clinical Pharmacist at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Subsequently, she completed her post-graduate training and became the first and only Non-Traditional Pharmacy Resident at The Johns Hopkins Hospital from 2014-to 2016.    In 2016,  she moved to the Big Apple (NYC) and joined a large academic medical center as the Lead Pharmacist, and was eventually promoted to the Regulatory Pharmacy Manager Role for the Specialty Pharmacy services. In April of 2022, Ijeoma made another transition and joined a continuing medical education company, where she works as an Associate Medical Director.    She's also the founder of Brown Skin Stories, LLC and host of Black Women Pharmacists, a podcast created to share stories of Black women practicing in various fields of pharmacy. The podcast aims to educate and encourage pharmacy students about the versatility of the PharmD, in addition to helping them choose a career that plays to their strengths.    Ijeoma is passionate about mentoring the next generation of women to help them cultivate their unique characteristics to share their contributions with the world. When she's not working or embarking on a new adventure, her favorite activity is spending time with her son Chisimdi and her husband, Antonio.   Happy Mother's Day to all the Moms reading this!  

La Loupe
Dans l'armoire : les limites planétaires

La Loupe

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 6:20


Chaque vendredi, l'équipe de La Loupe range dans son armoire la définition d'un concept dont vous entendez souvent parler dans l'actualité... Sans forcément en saisir tous les enjeux. Cette semaine, Valentin Ehkirch, journaliste au service Sciences de L'Express, vous explique ce que sont les limites planétaires.Retrouvez tous les détails de l'épisode ici.L'équipe :Présentation : Margaux LannuzelEcriture : Lison VerriezMontage : Ambre RosalaRéalisation : Jules KrotCrédits : Hugo Décrypte, France Culture, Sud Radio, Radio J, Time for the PlanetMusique et habillage : Emmanuel Herschon / Studio TorrentLogo : Anne-Laure Chapelain / Benjamin ChazalPour nous écrire : laloupe@lexpress.fr Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

From Lab to Launch by Qualio
The History and Innovation of CPR and EPR with Lyn Yaffe, CEO of EPR Technologies

From Lab to Launch by Qualio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 33:25


Today, we have Lyn Yaffe joining us. Lyn is the Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of EPR-Technologies. EPR Technologies is a biomedical spinoff of the Safar Center for Resuscitation Research, University of Pittsburgh. EPR Technologies is committed to the preservation of human life through rapid profound hypothermia, by pursuing techniques and patented products for emergency preservation and resuscitation (EPR) to save a life when standard cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) fails. In the past decade, Lyn has been actively involved in research and development programs related to patient/casualty monitoring strategies, emergency hypothermia and rapid cooling techniques for point-of-injury care to induce ultra-profound cooling and temporary suspended animation (EPR), and  semi-automated to automated, rapid vessel access techniques for therapeutic hypothermia, and a range of automated needle/catheter guidance and placement technologies.About Lyn YaffeLyn Yaffe, M.D., was instrumental to the development of the concept of EPR during the research and development work at the Safar Center of Resuscitation Research, University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. Lyn has been dedicated to the concept and knowledgeable with regard to its emergency life-saving utility and potential applications in the field of resuscitation. Given the complexities of the EPR procedure and the demanding setting in which it will be used, these points take on special importance in this regard. Lyn and his team are therefore the best group to bring EPR forward successful development and product commercialization. Lyn completed undergraduate education at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Arts and Sciences, majoring in biophysics, in 1968. He received his M.D. degree at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, in 1972, and completed pathology and research post-graduate training at Columbia University, New York, NY, with additional molecular biology research experience at the Roche Institute of Molecular Biology, in 1978. In the past decade, Lyn has been actively involved in research and development programs related to (1) patient/casualty monitoring strategies, (2) emergency hypothermia and rapid cooling techniques for point-of-injury care to induce ultra-profound cooling and suspended animation (EPR), and (3) semi-automated to automated, rapid vessel access techniques for therapeutic hypothermia, and a range of automated needle/catheter guidance and placement technologies.About EPR-TechnologiesOur Vision is that  EPR is the  next emergency life-saving “Standard of Care” procedure following failure of CPR on any victim of cardiac arrest. And that every victim is able to come home from the hospital and live a normal life.Links:  https://www.startengine.com/epr-technologies www.epr-technologies.comLyn Yaffe LinkedIn Qualio WebsitePrevious episodes: https://www.qualio.com/from-lab-to-launch-podcastApply to be on the show: https://forms.gle/uUH2YtCFxJHrVGeL8Music by keldez

Northwestern Undergraduate Law Journal Speaker Series

In this episode, we speak with Professor Regina Schwartz, Law and English professor at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, respectively. Professor Schwartz speaks about her publications combining the field of law, literature, and religion. We discuss how the three fields are interrelated in broadening the definition of justice, as well as the debate surrounding religion's role in law.

Storied: San Francisco
Photographer Doug Salin (S4E48P2)

Storied: San Francisco

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 32:12


In this podcast, Doug picks up where he left off in Part 1. He shares stories of his Jewish family's escape from Nazi Germany and their journey to the U.S. His dad went to Basel, Switzerland, first. So many of his friends died in World War II that, after the war ended, he came to New York. Being highly educated and speaking five or six languages, he got a job as an editor at the Academy of Sciences. An uncle had immigrated to the U.S. in the 1920s, landing in Minnesota first. An ambidextrous artist, he could draw with either hand. He was also a storyteller and puppeteer. Eventually, he made his way to North Beach. Despite having eight or nine different names and honoraries, people knew him by the name Wolo. He did some work in the Central Valley for the WPA, caricatures here in The City, and was a fixture in his neighborhood in the '20s and '30s. Wolo had a regular spot in the Chronicle pre-Herb Caen. "I Saw You There" was a caricature of the day from somewhere around town. Readers who spotted themselves in the art could go to the Chronicle and collect a prize. Wolo is perhaps most famous for his designs at the now-shuttered Van Ness restaurant Hippo Burger. His nephew (Doug's dad) came to join him here, and that's how the Salins arrived in San Francisco. Doug considers his mom, who was born and raised in San Francisco, to have been a Bohemian. She was a poet and an artist herself. His dad was quite the dresser. Doug isn't sure of the exact story of how they met, but those factors make sense for the two of them to have connected in North Beach. ​However they met, they got married and moved up to San Rafael, where Doug and his brother were born and raised. His dad was a printer and his mom came into San Francisco to the binderies that were here back in the day. Doug has fond memories of coming to The City and going to Playland at the Beach. He especially loved the enchiladas at the Hot House. As a kid, Doug loved walking around with the postal-delivery guy and later got his own paper route. He hung out with a lot of adults whose jobs he was curious about. He went to college at Santa Clara University, as mentioned in Part 1. He shares a wild story of driving to The City from the South Bay in 1974 and almost running out of gas during the fuel crisis that year. ​After his time at Macy's (also covered in Part 1), Doug went out on his own as a photographer, specializing in architectural lighting. We end this podcast with Doug's thoughts on San Francisco losing its color and his hopefulness that it can get it back. We recorded this episode at Doug's house in the Sunnyside in April 2022. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather

CQFD - La 1ere
L'actu des sciences et de la santé

CQFD - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 8:07


Anne Baecher présente, en bref, les dernières nouvelles du monde de la science et de la santé. Au programme: une centaine de soldats prisonniers d'un tunnel depuis 1917, des crimes médicaux de guerre en Alsace sous occupation nazie, des femmes de science spoliées, les rats des villes moins malsains qu'imaginé et les poules majoritaires dans la biomasse de volatiles en Suisse.

La Loupe
Le Juste Pr...emier ministre

La Loupe

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 20:45


Sensible à l'écologie et aux territoires, loyal, pas trop connu... Le Premier ministre idéal remplit tous ces critères (entre autres) et Emmanuel Macron n'hésite pas à prendre son temps pour être sûr de ne pas laisser filer le bon profil. On l'aide avec un "Juste Premier ministre” spécial politique, animé par Eric Mandonnet et Erwan Bruckert, du service politique de L'Express. Retrouvez tous les détails de l'épisode ici et inscrivez-vous à notre newsletter. L'équipe : Écriture : Margaux Lannuzel Présentation : Margaux Lannuzel Montage : Ambre Rosala Réalisation : Jules Krot Crédits : INA, France 2, France Info, France Inter, TF1, Sciences et Avenir, RTL, RMC Musique et habillage : Emmanuel Herschon / Studio Torrent Logo : Anne-Laure Chapelain / Thibaut Zschiesche Pour nous écrire : laloupe@lexpress.fr Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Rosner's Domain
Maren Niehoff: Philo of Alexandria

Rosner's Domain

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 30:50


Shmuel Rosner and  Maren Niehoff  talk about her book: "Philo of Alexandria: An Intellectual Biography".   Maren R. Niehoff is Max Cooper Professor of Jewish Thought at the Hebrew University, and member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.   Follow Shmuel Rosner on Twitter.

Les actus du jour - Hugo Décrypte
Cet autre pays menacé par la Russie, alliance à gauche actée, avancée scientifique... Actus du jour

Les actus du jour - Hugo Décrypte

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 8:52


Chaque jour, en moins de 10 minutes, un résumé de l'actualité du jour. Rapide, facile, accessible.

Autour de la question
Comment la science infuse et se diffuse? Revue de presse scientifique de mai 2022

Autour de la question

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 48:30


Quelles recherches, quelles découvertes ont retenu l'attention de nos consœurs et confrères de la presse scientifique ce mois-ci ? Avec : Cécile Lestienne, Cerveau et Psycho / La fabrication des discours bullshit Philippe Hénréjos, Ciel et Espace / La nouvelle population de trous noirs découverte grâce à l'astronomie gravitationnelle Vincent Nouyrigat, Epsiloon / Climat : peut-on encore éviter le pire ? Philippe Pajot, La Recherche / Les symbioses Thomas Delozier, Sciences et Vie / Récréer une forêt primaire.

Appels sur l'actualité
Vos questions d'actualité: dialogue national au Tchad, Bai Lowe, Gangs

Appels sur l'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 19:30


Tous les jours, les journalistes et correspondants de RFI ainsi que des spécialistes répondent à vos questions sur l'actualité. Ce matin:  Tchad: pourquoi le dialogue national inclusif est-il de nouveau reporté? Par Aurélie Bazzara-Kibangula, correspondante de RFI à N'djamena. Allemagne: les crimes des années Jammeh jugés. Par Reed Brody, avocat spécialisé dans la défense des droits humains, membre de la Commission internationale de juristes. Haïti: la guerre des gangs à Port-au-Prince. Par Frédéric Thomas, docteur en Sciences politiques, chercheur au Cetri, spécialiste de Haïti.    * Par téléphone : de France : 09 693 693 70 de l'étranger : 33 9 693 693 70 * Par WhatsApp : +33 6 89 28 53 64 N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE NOUS COMMUNIQUER VOTRE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (avec l'indicatif pays). Pour nous suivre : * Facebook : Rfi appels sur l'actualité * Twitter : @AppelsActu

ArchaeoAnimals
Where in the World? Part Two: The Zooarchaeology of Africa - Ep 46

ArchaeoAnimals

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 59:22


Welcome to episode two of a miniseries focusing on the zooarchaeology of various world regions. This episode is centred around African zooarchaeology, focusing on the natural history and anatomy of the most prominent wild and domesticated species. Find out more about African Giant Rats, how loud Guinea fowls can be and what a zebrinny is. Interested in learning about how to use X-Rays and similar technology in archaeology? Check out the linked PaleoImaging course from James Elliot! Connect with James on Twitter: @paleoimaging Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code ANIMALS. Click this message for more information. For rough transcripts of this episode go to www.archpodnet.com/animals/46 Links Beja-Pereira, A., et al. (2004). African origins of the domestic donkey. Science, 304, 1781. Boeyens, J. C., & Van der Ryst, M. M. (2014). The cultural and symbolic significance of the African rhinoceros: a review of the traditional beliefs, perceptions and practices of agropastoralist societies in southern Africa. Southern African Humanities, 26(1), 21-55. Marshall, F. (1989). Rethinking the role of Bos indicus in sub-Saharan Africa. Current Anthropology, 30(2), 235-240. Parkinson, J. A. (2018). Revisiting the hunting-versus-scavenging debate at FLK Zinj: a GIS spatial analysis of bone surface modifications produced by hominins and carnivores in the FLK 22 assemblage, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 511, 29-51. Pikirayi, I. (2018). The demise of Great Zimbabwe, AD 1420–1550: an environmental re-appraisal. In A Green and R Leech (eds) Cities in the World, 1500-2000.Routledge, 31-47.. Potts, R. (1984). Home Bases and Early Hominids: Reevaluation of the fossil record at Olduvai Gorge suggests that the concentrations of bones and stone tools do not represent fully formed campsites but an antecedent to them. American Scientist, 72(4), 338-347. Rossel, S. et al. (2008). Domestication of the donkey: Timing, processes, and indicators. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(10), 3715-3720. Shen, Q. et al. (2021). Genomic analyses unveil helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) domestication in West Africa. Genome biology and evolution, 13(6). Stiner, M. C. (2004). Comparative ecology and taphonomy of spotted hyenas, humans, and wolves in Pleistocene Italy. Revue de Paléobiologie, 23(2), 771-785. Wylie, D. (2009). Elephant. Reaktion Books Contact Alex FitzpatrickTwitter: @archaeologyfitz Simona FalangaTwitter: @CrazyBoneLady Alex's Blog: Animal Archaeology Music "Coconut - (dyalla remix)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UiKoouqaY Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
Where in the World? Part Two: The Zooarchaeology of Africa - Animals 46

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 59:22


Welcome to episode two of a miniseries focusing on the zooarchaeology of various world regions. This episode is centred around African zooarchaeology, focusing on the natural history and anatomy of the most prominent wild and domesticated species. Find out more about African Giant Rats, how loud Guinea fowls can be and what a zebrinny is. Interested in learning about how to use X-Rays and similar technology in archaeology? Check out the linked PaleoImaging course from James Elliot! Connect with James on Twitter: @paleoimaging Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Start your own podcast with Zencastr and get 30% off your first three months with code ANIMALS. Click this message for more information. For rough transcripts of this episode go to www.archpodnet.com/animals/46 Links Beja-Pereira, A., et al. (2004). African origins of the domestic donkey. Science, 304, 1781. Boeyens, J. C., & Van der Ryst, M. M. (2014). The cultural and symbolic significance of the African rhinoceros: a review of the traditional beliefs, perceptions and practices of agropastoralist societies in southern Africa. Southern African Humanities, 26(1), 21-55. Marshall, F. (1989). Rethinking the role of Bos indicus in sub-Saharan Africa. Current Anthropology, 30(2), 235-240. Parkinson, J. A. (2018). Revisiting the hunting-versus-scavenging debate at FLK Zinj: a GIS spatial analysis of bone surface modifications produced by hominins and carnivores in the FLK 22 assemblage, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 511, 29-51. Pikirayi, I. (2018). The demise of Great Zimbabwe, AD 1420–1550: an environmental re-appraisal. In A Green and R Leech (eds) Cities in the World, 1500-2000.Routledge, 31-47.. Potts, R. (1984). Home Bases and Early Hominids: Reevaluation of the fossil record at Olduvai Gorge suggests that the concentrations of bones and stone tools do not represent fully formed campsites but an antecedent to them. American Scientist, 72(4), 338-347. Rossel, S. et al. (2008). Domestication of the donkey: Timing, processes, and indicators. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 105(10), 3715-3720. Shen, Q. et al. (2021). Genomic analyses unveil helmeted guinea fowl (Numida meleagris) domestication in West Africa. Genome biology and evolution, 13(6). Stiner, M. C. (2004). Comparative ecology and taphonomy of spotted hyenas, humans, and wolves in Pleistocene Italy. Revue de Paléobiologie, 23(2), 771-785. Wylie, D. (2009). Elephant. Reaktion Books Contact Alex FitzpatrickTwitter: @archaeologyfitz Simona FalangaTwitter: @CrazyBoneLady Alex's Blog: Animal Archaeology Music "Coconut - (dyalla remix)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UiKoouqaY Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

Starfleet Underground

Borg Jurati takes over La Sirena with a newly-assimilated assault force, everyone else runs for cover, Picard flashes back, as they play Hide and Seek with Lasers! The Emergency Combat Hologram has a familiar face, and Soong chases Picard into the basement. -Brought to you by Section 31- 00:00 Episode 121 01:15 Our DOTS get Paramount+ 01:45 It's been a long road 02:20 Time to reprogram 02:30 Oh No! 03:00 Baby Yoda Doo Do Doo 03:30 NO KIDS! 03:50 Delta Quadrant where? 04:10 Cooking with DOTs 04:30 No Auto-Tune 05:15 Back from Freecloud! 06:30 Thank you Patreons! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground 07:30 News - The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will honor LeVar Burton with a lifetime achievement award at this year's 1st Annual Children's & Family Emmy Awards in Dec 2022 for his work with Reading Rainbow. https://comicbook.com/startrek/news/star-trek-levar-burton-lifetime-achievement-emmy-award-reading-rainbow/ 07:55 Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Intro - https://www.startrek.com/videos/watch-star-trek-strange-new-worlds-opening-titles 08:09 Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Soundtrack: https://blog.trekcore.com/2022/04/star-trek-picard-season-2-soundtrack-arrives-this-week/ 08:46 LeVar Burton Receives Inaugural Insight Award from the Library of American Broadcasting Foundation at 2022 NAB Show https://nabshow.com/2022/news-releases/levar-burton-to-receive-inaugural-insight-award/ 09:40 Star Trek: The Art of Neville Page - https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/671293/star-trek-the-art-of-neville-page-by-joe-nazzaro/ 11:15 Rorschach test 12:00 Star Trek: Picard S2E9 "Hide and Seek" 12:57 Green Laser Beams 13:50 Rios - Runaway! 14:30 Slipping in to Something More Comfy 15:30 Talin's Beam in 16:20 I'm Trying to be Good! 16:30 SWAT team entrance 17:00 Use Harsh Language? 17:43 Act I 19:15 Put...The Candle...Back! 20:00 Picard's Age 21:00 Backstory Style 21:26 Almost a Headshot 22:15 Alison Pill 22:30 Borgatti 23:35 When Elnor Came Back ECH! 24:44 Keep Away 25:00 Agnes vs the Queen 25:25 Epic Case of Self-Sabotage 26:20 Rios Locked Out 27:00 Timeline's Fucked 27:40 What About Their Butterflies? 28:24 Picard vs Soong: Verbal Warfare 30:20 Data was B4, A Story's Lore, It's Too Soong 31:00 Hide and Seek with Laser Beams 32:15 Going up against Raffi and Seven 33:10 Old Man Pause 34:45 Mind-Fucked 35:10 Just missing Six 35:45 Chateau at Night 36:40 Act II 37:50 German Engineering 40:00 Child-Proof Locks? 40:20 Bitter Seven 41:10 Seven and Raffi - Thelma and Louise 41:50 I've got a Knife, a Corkscrew, and an Ice Pick. 42:50 You look like a Bush 45:20 An ER in your pocket 46:40 Clean Floors Save Lives 47:40 Ignore the Coldness of a Dying Star 48:30 Mental Health 200 years from now 49:50 Picard's Father a Monster? 51:27 Act III 52:20 Elnor vs the Queen 53:10 The Queen's Big Dick 54:00 Raffi was Right! 54:50 No Sheilds? 55:10 Rotating Shield Modulation? 55:43 Sit on my face and break-dance, bitch! 56:00 Those guys got stoned 56:57 Jurati's Stunt Double vs. Elnor 58:37 Act IV 1:01:28 Why Picard Can't Keep Relationships 1:02:45 Seven Re-Borgified 1:03:44 The Long Way Back to the Future 1:04:45 How many Queens? 1:05:15 Just coming from the Labyrinth Ball 1:06:00 It's been a long road 1:06:20 Talking to Soong, Feared...Loved? 1:07:00 Rios's Future 1:07:50 Backwards Memory 1:08:30 Now We're Friends - You and Me, and Me and You 1:09:10 Double Your Renee's 1:10:00 What's up with Q? 1:11:50 Heather's Phaser 1:13:15 Ship Leaves 1:14:50 People of Twitter 1:16:40 Finger Fucking the Timeline 1:17:50 Spoiler or Warning? 1:24:12 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Thanks for listening! Now on Patreon! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: thecollective@starfleetunderground.com Website: starfleetunderground.com Twitter: twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 #StarTrek #StarTrekPicard Explicit