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Meta & The Mindblowers

By Karina Kjær & Anders Jensen
The science podcast for all curious minds who do not necessarily have an academic background. We try to bring it all down to Earth, by keeping our conversation in a plain and understandable language… Professors in astro physics are welcome, but so is everyone else! We hope you will like it!


By Unfiltered by Hydroviv
Unfiltered is a podcast brought to you by Hydroviv. We don't have to express the importance of water in your and your family's life. So our goal is to make water quality make sense.


By Bishop Sand
Experience emotions and cognitive mechanisms and then understand them.


News, interviews, investigations, comment and campaigns. Animal welfare, environmental issues, human rights, & social justice. Editor: Eduardo Goncalves

Vertical Vet Podcast

By Verticalvet
Vertical Vet has aligned the essential products, services, savings, and education programs needed to help you grow your practice.

Conservation Today

By Francis Eatherington
We interview people in Douglas County, Oregon, about our environment. Interviews are played every Sunday on the Umpqua Watersheds community radio, KQUA

The Thin Layer

By How We Get To Next
A podcast about dirt. Soil is at the center of some of the biggest stories of our time. Presented by Dan Crane. A show from How We Get To Next. Made with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Old-growth Podcast

By Julia and Eric
Two young professionals discussing science and the environment.

Simple Life Personal Journals

By Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
There is nothing called better life, every moment in life is a memoir and an opportunity to observe and learn. This is a collection of such impressions gathered in the journey of life.

Virginia Water Radio

By Virginia Water Resources Research Center
Our show presents sounds and music that relate to Virginia’s waters, from the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean. Virginia Water Radio is produced weekly by the Virginia Water Center Resources Research Center.

Field, Lab, Earth

Field, Lab, Earth is the podcast all about past and present advances in the fields of agronomic, crop, soil, and environmental sciences. A joint production of the Tri-Societies, the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Soil Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, it features interviews with authors published in our journals, books, and magazines. Opinions and conclusions expressed by authors are their own and are not considered as those of the American Society of Agr...

Animal Radio Highlights

By Animal Radio®
The best of Animal Radio in a snack size.

Aussie Wildlife Show

Join Steve Crawford and Adrian Sherriff as they chat with their guests about some of the most unique and fascinating wildlife on Earth.

Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka - Podcasts

By Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
Environment - Development - Climate Change - Disasters - Sustainability - Agriculture Irrigation - Rural Energy - Biochar Leadership - Open Knowledge - Gender

The Wellbeing Podcast

By Dr Rani Bora & Liz Scott
Liz Scott and Dr. Rani Bora share a fresh perspective on mental health, wellbeing, and psychology of the mind. They share a message of hope that wellbeing and resilience are innate and explores the implications of a simple but profound understanding called The Three Principles (as uncovered by Sydney Banks) in everyday life.

The Natural Selection

By University of Exeter
The Natural Selection Podcast brings you cutting edge research from University of Exeter's Centre for Ecology and Conservation in Cornwall. We bring you interviews with researchers themselves on freshly published papers covering topics from conservation to evolution. We also discuss the podcast teams' experiences at the University of Exeter.

Question of the Week - From the Naked Scientists, iTunesU

By Dr Chris Smith
Each week we set out to solve one of the world's weirdest, wackiest, funniest and funkiest scientific puzzles. And along with the answer there's a brand new question to think about for next time... iTunesU

The Earth Friendly Gardener

By Linda Kelso
A podcast that will help you design, create, and maintain a beautiful, vibrant, sustainable garden.

high times green room

By High Times Media
High Times Green Room is the all-access pass to the stories, news, products and ideas from the most influential thought-leaders in the cannabis and counter culture movements. You'll hear from celebrities, cultivators, activists, entrepreneurs, comedians, politicians, brand leaders, and more. Listen to High Times Magazine and come to life in a new way on the High Times Green Room podcast. There are no rules here. It’s good old-fashioned story telling - As High Times has been do...

My Gay Garden:The Podcast

By Michael Rivkin Newton
Archibald Coxsman and Merly Coots host a gardening show that explores all aspects of gardening . From soil, to garden pests , to gardening tools Archibald and Merly have great knowledge that will entertain as well as inform. Archibald grew up on his Aunt Pearls estate in Virginia and recieved a phd in Botany from the renowned college of Botany in Savannah Georgia. Merly grew up on a snail farm in New Zealand and has written several books including "Snails I Enjoy". Together they give you all...

Fledgling Theories Podcast

By Ellie Roark & Willson Gaul
An informal, monthly discussion of recent scientific research about birds.


By Zoos Victoria
What do you think happens backstage at a zoo? Find out in Fauna, a new podcast from Zoos Victoria. We join the animal keepers, trainers, vets and scientists who work with rare and exotic animals. We’ll also travel to Victoria’s beaches and forests as zoo staff work to save our local species in trouble.

Undercurrents – The Hidden Knowledge of Groundwater

By University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
Out of sight, out of mind. For most of humanity’s existence, this has been the extent of our perception of groundwater. But in the 21st century, the pressures of growing populations and increasingly industrialized societies has pushed the importance and fragility of all water resources to the very front of the critical concerns of this new age. By the late 20th century, many countries had taken significant steps to improve and maintain the quality of their lakes and rivers, and most people ar...

Wisconsin Water News

By University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
Wisconsin is a state shaped by water. From its western border defined by the Mississippi River to two of the five lakes that make up the world’s largest freshwater system to its north and east, the state is awash in this valuable commodity. The interior is defined by more than 15,000 lakes scattered across counties both rural and urban, more than 5 million acres of wetlands, more than 84,000 miles rivers and streams and 1.2 quadrillion gallons of groundwater. Two Wisconsin programs provide a ...

Loving Our Lands To Death

By Utah Public Radio
Utah is a destination spot for those who want to explore the raw, untouched lands of America. Adventurers seek out Utah to experience the awe of the land by exploring its northern snow-capped mountains or the river-carved canyons of the south. That is until you arrive at your destination and see a scene of overuse, abuse and crowds. In this series, we explore the harm our Utah lands face with the constant "love" we give. Why do filmmakers flock to Utah, what are the effects of continual recor...

Hive Mind

By Dustin Cassinelli
A podcast for Beekeepers, by a Beekeeper. Join me as I go through the history, methods, and various facts of bees and beekeeping!

Growing the Valley

By University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources
This is a podcast that goes over new research and basic information about growing orchard crops in the Central Valley of California

Animalia Podcast

By Anna Miller
Original narrative storytelling about animals and wildlife on our shared planet.

Biobang! The Digital Naturalism Podcast

By Biobang! The Digital Naturalism Podcast
Field Biology | Interaction Design | Wild Hacking

Floof and Pupper Podcast

By That's Not Canon Productions
WE ARE HERE TO TALK ABOUT DOGS! Some dogs are doggos, some are puppers, and others may even be pupperinos. There are corgos and clouds, fluffers and floofs, woofers and boofers. The chunky ones are thicc, and the thin ones are long bois. When they stick out their tongues, they're doing a mlem, a blep, a blop. They bork. They boof. Once in a while they do each other a frighten. And whether they're 10/10 or 12/10, they're all h*ckin' good boys and girls. Check us out every Wednesday as we show...


By Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
Don't sue farmers is on how the agriculture which existed for thousands of years is degrading due to the practices adopted especially in the last 30 years. Presently, the agriculture is unsustainable in the podcast explained the causes for the degradation of agriculture.

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Sustainability Podcast

By Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
Sustainability is specific to humans as the proportion of human beings and their needs are beyond the carrying capacity of the earth. Considering the importance UN declared Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved. There is a need for achieving sustainability by the humans for the wellbeing of all other life along with the natural resources.

Bird Banter with Boreal Bruce

By Boreal Bruce
A chatty low key podcast on the reflections of Boreal Bruce a bird bander in Northern Eastern Ontario. Most of my ramblings relate to banding and birding at the Hilliardton Marsh Research and Education Center. This podcast focuses on the birds and people

The Plants We Eat

By UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens
The Plants We Eat is a podcast about the history, culture, and biology of the plants we eat.

Mindfulness For Psychology

By Joshua Broderick
This is the personal podcast of Dr Josh Broderick (clinical psychologist). It is intended to enhance people's awareness of the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

Johnny's Predator Podcast

By Chris Nyffeler
Six year old Johnny and his friend August host this podcast about all history and science and all around the world predators and even mythical predators. They explain how predators have evolved and what they’re now able to do and they answer questions that people might not know and people might know.

The Rogue Planet Podcast

By Rogue Planet
Jason McClellan, Maureen Elsberry, and their pack of strange friends and acquaintances muse about geek culture, comics, movies, TV shows, outer space, UFOs, aliens, the paranormal, booze, music, and the future.

Environment Open Book Podcast

By Dr Sai Bhaskar Reddy Nakka
One can always learn from Environment as it is an open book. Being aware and sensitive one can gain knowledge and strive for change.

APES vs.

By Jessie Howington / Anchor
APES vs. is a project for Research Triangle High School's AP Environmental Science class. It is a tribute to Gimlet Media's "Science vs" podcast. Students picked a topic related to environmental science and read some scientific papers to find the facts. All voices you are hearing are those of high school students, they may be playing the part of experts for dramatic effect, but keep in mind they don't have PhDs just yet.

~ Cat In The Box ~ Remote Viewing With Friends ~

By Adam Loyal: Remote Viewing Podcaster
A podcast on proving magic to ones self with weekly remote viewing listeners can participate in. Email us your results, send us your own targets to the PO box, view current targets and past results at

Advancing Dentistry: A Dental Podcast

By AdDent, Inc.
Every episode features an interview with a key opinion leader in the dental field conducted by Kira Dineen. Our first few episodes will include topics such as pediatric dentistry, dentists and dental hygienist work relationships, minimally invasive dentistry, curing composite and more!

Not Exactly Rocket Science

By Duncan and Dominic
In each episode, Duncan and Dominic talk to a medical researcher about what they do, and believe us, if we can understand this stuff then so can you.

UMN Extension Field Crop IPM Podcasts

By Bill Hutchison and Dave Nicolai
Podcasts are co-hosted by Dr. Bill Hutchison, Coordinator of the MN IPM Program, and Dave Nicolai, Crops Extension Educator & Coordinator of the Extension Institute for Ag Professionals.

Don’t Panic It’s Organic with andy Lopez aka Invisible Gardener

By BBS Radio, BBS Network Inc.
Andy Lopez goes to work with vinegar, a bag of flour, garlic cloves, peppermint soap, and a bottle of Tabasco sauce. He may sound like a Cajun chef, but he’s actually one of the world’s most respected organic gardeners. He uses these items as pesticides. As time passes, more and more so-called safe chemicals are outlawed, he says, after society has been used as a guinea pig. That’s why Lopez promotes organic alternatives through books, tapes, lectures, and radio shows, and now through his web...

Around the World in 80 Trees

By Jonathan Drori, Mike Greenwood
Technology, Education, Environment. Author of Around the World in 80 Trees

NUI Galway Biodiversity Trail

By Dara Stanley, Caitriona Carlin, Jamie Maxwell
A trail taking listeners from the Quadrangle at NUI Galway along the river and up to the northern Dangan part of campus, with stops to look at the wildlife and biodiversity found on campus along the way. The trail was written by Jamie Maxwell, Caitriona Carlin and Dara Stanley with input from many others on campus involved in biodiversity research and stewardship. The trail was narrated by Caitriona Carlin and Eoghan Holland and was recorded at Flirt FM by Padraig McMahon.

Canada Talks Weather

By Meteorologists Jerry Shields and Daniel Liota
Canada Talks Weather - A Podcast for Canadians' Favourite Topic of Conversation

Are You Afraid of the Bark?

By Michelle Anne Olsen and Chelsea J Berry
Do you have a fascination for things that go bark in the night? Are You Afraid of the Bark? is a paranormal podcast dedicated to animal ghost stories and other spooky four-legged topics. AYAOTB is hosted by vet tech-cum-haunted tour guide Michelle Anne Olsen and all-around animal enthusiast Chelsea Jacqueline Berry.

Branch Out

By The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Plants are vital to everyday life and Branch Out takes you into the labs, the field and Botanic Gardens in Sydney, Australia where scientists are experimenting with new ways to protect the future of plants, and ours. From looking at strange plant diseases under microscopes to storing seeds in liquid nitrogen - discover the surprising world of plants with science and stories from Australia's oldest living scientific institution.

Brain Junk

By Trace Kerr and Amy Barton
Brain Junk is where Amy Barton and Trace Kerr shake up science, history & culture in the hunt for off the wall, totally unbelievable but true, answers to questions you never knew you wanted to know. What are Supernumerary teeth? Do ants pass the Mirror Test? Why do kids in Denmark get to murder their birthday cakes? We will be cannon balling off the question high dive every Tuesday to bring you the answers -- those of you in the front seats, bring your ponchos -- we're out to flood your ...

What's Killing My Kale?

By University of MN Extension, Annie Klodd, Natalie Hoidal
In "What's Killing My Kale?", get research based solutions to pest issues affecting fruit and vegetable crops from University of MN Extension. Learn how to manage weeds, insects, diseases, and more.

Airborne disease spoof

By Lucas / Anchor
A spoof where an airborne disease takes over California

How The Body Works

By Dr Mike Todorovic
Dr. Matt & Dr. Mike discuss how the Human Body works with ABC Brisbane Evening host Kelly Higgins-Devine.

Zoo Logic

By Dr. Grey Stafford
Zoo Logic with host Dr. Grey Stafford is a weekly conversation with zoo, aquarium, and animal experts about Nature, pets, animal training, welfare, research and education, sustainability, zoo politics and legislation, and all things animals! On Zoo Logic, we’ll go behind the scenes with animal professionals and influencers from around the world to explore the latest Zoos News and issues affecting wildlife, wild places, and people. Communicating with humor, cool stories, and candor, we’ll disc...

RNA structure and function 2018

By ICGEB Trieste
The RNA Course is among the traditional events in the ICGEB calendar since its inception. The course is especially directed to students and junior scientists who have a basic working knowledge of biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology and are involved in research where the potential application of the Course material would be useful. Topics: RNA structure, structure prediction, Editing, Ribozymes, Transport, RNA-protein recognition, Translation, Processing, splicing, microRNAs, Evolutio...

Grand Teton Misc. Content

A diverse collection of videos, slide-shows, and podcasts outlining a multitude of topics that relate to the Grand Teton National Park

Mind Toy Box Podcast

By Jac Harrison
Mind Toy Box is a resource podcast designed to help people cope with stress and cognitive health issues including ADD, ADHD, Insomnia, Depression, Autism, Alzheimer’s, PTSD and other stress-related and/or mental health conditions using alternative methods; hosted by cognitive health music composer Jac Harrison.

Pipe Spring National Monument

A series of videos dedicated to the diverse history and diligent conservation of the Pipe Springs National Park.

Breakfast With Minerals

By BlueCap Productions LLC, Hawaii
In this podcast we gather some of the most influential people in the mineral-collecting world and we chat about minerals over breakfast. Hosted by Dallas-based mineral collectors Gail and Jim Spann, we get together at the Fine Mineral Show: Tucson (aka The Westward Look Show) and at the Fine Mineral Show: Denver and discuss relevant topics affecting all collectors. To participate in our on-going discussion, please visit us at: Friends of Minerals Forum

Weather Forecast with Mark J Weather

By Mark Johnson
Get your daily weather forecast for Northeast Ohio from Meteorologist Mark Johnson!

NASA Is Shook

By Madi Sam / Anchor
NASA Is Shook? You've read correctly! During this podcast series you'll hear logical, factual explanations as to why NASA is fake, and should be ousted!

The Cryptonaturalist

By Jarod Anderson
The Cryptonaturalist is a bi-weekly podcast that seeks out the strangest parts of the wilderness, flips over rocks and rotten logs, and scoops up a handful of the squirming, writhing mysteries hiding from human sight and delivers them directly into your ears with an added helping of poetry and folksy wisdom. Weird tales and cryptid fun await.

Everglades Mountains and Valleys

A ten part series concerning an unnamed visitor of the Everglades National park who wishes to learn more about the rich biodiversity therein. She is assisted in learning by a multitude of helpful park rangers.

KPCW This Green Earth

By KPCW Podcasts
This Green Earth is a weekly, hour-long program that focuses on the environment and environmentalism. Co-hosts Christopher Cherniak and Nell Larson explore the science, politics, economics and ethics behind the environment, natural resources and sustainability. The program includes interviews with local and national experts in the fields of water resources, air quality, environmental policy, fossil and renewable fuels, climate, conservation, ecosystems, agriculture, aquaculture and sustainabi...

Edinburgh Celebrates Darwin (audio)

By The University of Edinburgh
2009 marked the bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth and the 150th anniversary of the publication of 'On the Origin of Species'. The University hosted a year of lectures, exhibitions and activities to celebrate the bicentenary.


By The University of Edinburgh
The biology podcast from the University of Edinburgh

Bench To Bedside

By University of Chicago Medical Center
A weekly roundup of research and medical news from the University of Chicago Medical Center.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

An earnest narration detailing the history of the Elkhorn Ranch Site. The narrator outlines the history of the plot of land, and comments on the natural beauty and serenity of the location.

Whatever Remains Podcast

By Marie Mayhew
An in-depth look at unusual cultural and historical events Sustainability In Your Ear

Each week, Evelyn Lopez and the team talk sustainability news, interview sustainability leaders, and answer your questions about how to recycle and buy responsibly. You have more power to improve the world than you know! Listen in to get started saving the planet!

Bio211 - Dilkes - Human Anatomy

By David Dilkes - Spring 2011
A study of the fundamental structure and organization of the organs and systems of the human body. Prerequisite: "C" or better in Biology 105 or equivalent. (Primarily for physical education and nursing students).

Echoes of Cry of the Marsh

By University of Minnesota Morris
Echoes of Cry of the Marsh explores the issue of wetland restoration through the eyes of Bob Hartkopf, one citizen who has worked more than 40 years to restore the marsh near his family farm in rural Minnesota. In the 1960s Hartkopf produced a short film called Cry of the Marsh. With only a single 16mm camera, Hartkopf created a stunning portrait of drained wetlands, devastated wildlife, flood-prone conditions, and an environment cutoff from humans. The film received considerable acclaim, bu...

Naked Scientists Special Editions, iTunesU

By Dr Chris Smith
Special feature podcasts produced by the Naked Scientists team, iTunesU

Science from the Sporran, with the Naked Scientists, iTunesU

By The Naked Scientists
The Naked Scientists have uncovered an extraordinary collection of old film reels featuring experimental scientist Dr Ernest Otherford. He had a penchant for exploring the laws of science using whatever was in his sporran... on iTunesU

Teton Topics

A set of informative, polished podcasts that relay important information about the Grand Teton National Park

Genuinely Useful

By Abe Vandenberg
Consciousness to Music to Conservation - aiming at truth, rather than victory; embracing the liminal space; a wide-ranging conversational style podcast in Hawai'i produced by host and musician Abe Vandenberg

UntoldX Podcast

UNTOLD-X is an adventure into the unknown. Building on twenty years of experience as a paranormal and unexplained mysteries storyteller this podcast is a deep dive into those stories that are unknown, unheard and almost always unexplained. Life after death, extraterrestrial civilizations, strange beasts, parallel universes, conspiracies, demons, and curses; these are just some of the things that draw me into the unknown, the fringe, the paranormal adventures that I go on and my hope, if you’r...

HPJ Talk's podcast

By High Plains Journal Editoral Staff: Associate Editors Jennifer M. Latzke and Kylene Scott
HPJ Talk is a weekly podcast featuring commentary and news for farmers and ranchers in the High Plains.

More Patients. More Impact. More Income

By Chris Axelrad
Chris Axelrad OWNS and RUNS a 7-figure Acupuncture clinic in Houston, TX that serves over 200 patients a week across 3 locations. Each week he wil share PROVEN tactics and processes to ATTRACT the patients YOU want to work with using automated, inspiration-based marketing, but also the deep psychology of building trust and leadership INSIDE your clinic so patients will not only follow you for life, but refer EVERYONE they know.

Diary of a UK Gardener with Sean James Cameron

By Sean James Cameron
Practical gardening advice for the home gardener and allotment plot holder; also covering horticultural events throughout the world. For videos, check out


By Birdies
A podcast about birds, birding, and all things birds

The Agnosticator Podcast

By The Agnosticator
A 20-something agnostic atheist talks life, science, religion, and politics.

The Casual Birder Podcast

By Suzy Buttress
A weekly podcast for people interested in wild birds. Suzy talks about birdwatching experiences, describes featured birds, and shares feedback from listeners. Featured birds are primarily from the UK, but also includes birds from Europe, USA, and Canada. Subscribe to the show! Join us in the Facebook Group at or on Twitter @CasualBirderPod


By Alex Duckles & Ben Schultz
Each week, scienceman and Naturalish blog author Alex Duckles and expert non-scienceman Ben Schultz take a look at what we can learn about the natural world from fantastical and science fictional stories we love! --

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A Touch of Gray

By Unknown
A history of the Gray Fossil Site, presented by two guys who have been there almost from the beginning. Join Brian Compton and Shawn Haugrud as they take a closer look at the people, stories and events of the Gray Fossil Site, as seen through their eyes. If you are looking for some light humor with a touch of science, this is the podcast for you.

Hort Success with Nelson Gonzalez

By Nelson Gonzalez
Welcome to Hort Success, where we discuss issues that affect nursery/greenhouse owners and growers on a daily basis and solutions to these challenges. Thank you for stopping by, I'm your host Nelson Gonzalez and I invite you to listen to my podcast. Also, if you're interested in additional industry related information that you may find useful, visit my YouTube Channel at

In The Garden 800 | UNC-TV

In the Garden, a 30-minute weekly educational program hosted by N.C. State University's Bryce Lane, introduces viewers to the science behind gardening. The series is offered in 3 26-week seasons as a college course through the university's continuing education program. Viewers will learn the fundamentals of horticulture -- how plants grow, plant identification, home landscaping techniques and information and ideas they can use in and around their homes.

In The Garden - 2012-2013 | UNC-TV

In the Garden, a 30-minute weekly educational program hosted by N.C. State University's Bryce Lane, introduces viewers to the science behind gardening. The series is offered in 3 26-week seasons as a college course through the university's continuing education program. Viewers will learn the fundamentals of horticulture -- how plants grow, plant identification, home landscaping techniques and information and ideas they can use in and around their homes.

The Night Sky Podcast

By Billy Newman Photo
The Night Sky Podcast Produced By Marina Hansen And Billy Newman.

Should we bring back extinct species?

By Emerson / Anchor
This podcast is about wheither we should or shouldnt bring back extinct animals. yes and no. Yes because the term "species does not just conclued animals, but plants! The reason why we should bring back extinct plants is becuase they can help with the biggest problem we are facing on earth right now, global warming. According to In warmer temperatures, it was revealed, plants emit more of the gases that stick to aerosol particles. These can lead to cloud formation and, as a re...

Know Thy Pself

I am fascinated by everything. Co-creating an optimized self, species, and future through knowledge and discourse. Explore life philosophies of those with wisdom, hear stories from exotic characters. Learn to know thy pself through biohacking, psychedelics, nutrition, martial arts, psychotherapy, and more. Explore the world with me as I try to be a better human everyday.

ZSL Wild Science Podcast

By Zoological Society of London
Delve into topical issues in zoology, conservation and the environment, from saving species and protecting the planet, to finding out about the animals living across the globe, including in London’s own river Thames. Learn more about the science behind the conservation work being done by ZSL and others, in this podcast from ZSL’s Institute of Zoology. Hosted by Dr Monni Böhm. Produced by Jennifer Howes.

TheSoleSisters Podcast

By TheSoleSisters
Two ladies sitting down and chatting about fish, or whatever other marine topics come to mind.

The Natural History of Sussex

By TheNaturalHistoryofSussex
Chats & adventures exploring the wildlife of Sussex, England. Birds, butterflies, moths, mammals, plants, fungi and more - presented by Graeme Lyons, Mat Davidson and Michael Blencowe. For photos and more visit

The Science of Being Human

By The Seoul Search
Science, Technology, Mathematics, Engineering. The four pillars to the acadmic disciplines known across the nation as “STEM.” From The Big Bang Theory to Silicon Valley, STEM has found its place in pop-culture an the amalgamation of nerds, geeks and losers. It turns out, we’re a lot more than that. The Science of Being Human shares the stories of members in the STEM Industry, from where they started, to where they are now, how they got there, and what they learned along the way. The show will...