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International Podcast Day – What we’re listening to

It has been a while since Adam Smith share his current top listens, but as it is International Podcast Day, he made the effort to spread the love! So below is a selection of what he is listening to at the moment.

We’re sure you remember our relentless harassing you all to vote for us to ensure we made the top 10 for the Peoples Choice Podcast Awards – and for those with good memories, you’ll also remember that thanks to you, we made the top 10, which meant we got through to the judges round! Well this evening starting at 9pm EDT, the awards ceremony begins. All the finalised were asked to submit an acceptance video, so…. until they livestream the final, we have no idea if we won. If you’re in the UK and a bit of an insomniac, or if you’re one of our many listeners in the US or elsewhere in the world we hope you will join is in watching the finals (or catch-up with the recording) – just click to join or watch back in the YouTube film above.


Carry the One is a small team of young scientists at UCSF who are passionate about bringing science stories straight to the public’s ear in an entertaining, digestible way. Tune in for stories ranging from current research to science history, from medical science to the natural and social sciences.


The Brain Science Podcast explores how recent discoveries in neuroscience are helping unravel the mystery of how our brains make us human. It is intended for listeners of all backgrounds. No science training required!


The Super Data Science podcast with Jon Krohn brings you the latest and most important machine learning, artificial intelligence, and broader data-world topics from across both academia and industry.


The Stem Cell Podcast a podcast dedicated to culturing knowledge in stem cell research.


Our Last Week with Anuvab & Kunaal, Our Last Week is a weekly podcast by neuro-science researcher and physicist Anuvab Pal and world renowned philosopher Kunaal Roy Kapur. They come together to create an event horizon that looks at the black hole of human existence with a gravitational lens trained specifically on the human week that just went by. They’re just two guys trying to make sense of it all. Deep, bruv.



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