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FiveThirtyEight's COVID-19 podcast is laser-focused on evidence. What do we know about the novel coronavirus, and what do we know we don't know? COVID-19 has pushed Americans into more uncertain territory than most have ever known. Our podcast helps listeners understand what they can be certain about, and what is still unknown. We investigate coronavirus mysteries, debate when it's safe to reopen the economy and keep track of the latest scientific developments on vaccines and treatments. We ...
 
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The Scientific PhD - Now What? Podcast

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The Scientific PhD - Now What? Podcast

Caroline M. Ritchie, PhD, MBA: PhD Career Coach

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The Scientific PhD - Now What? podcast features engaging one-on-one interviews with successful scientific PhDs working in exciting careers. Get the inside scoop on what they do and do not like about their job, learn how to navigate the application and interview process, and hear about how their PhD helps them in their role. Be prepared to learn about new career possibilities and receive value-packed tips on how to land your dream job!
 
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The scientists found several previously hidden galaxies, dating back to 13 billion years ago—and many more might be missing from our current census of the early universe. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
Today we bring you a new episode in our podcast series COVID, Quickly. Every two weeks, Scientific American’s senior health editors Tanya Lewis and Josh Fischman catch you up on the... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
The Miller-Urey experiment showed that the conditions of early Earth could be simulated in a glass flask. New research finds the flask itself played an under appreciated, though outsized role. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
The Miller-Urey experiment showed that the conditions of early Earth could be simulated in a glass flask. New research finds the flask itself played an under appreciated, though outsized role. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
Dark things lurk in what we mistakenly believe is the idyllic setting of America's heartland. The farms, fields, and rural villages are drenched in blood- and we are ready to dive in. America's forests, farms, and fields will surrender the tales of witchcraft and hexes, cults and curses, calamities and cannibalism, massacres and mysterious disappea…
 
A fossil bed in Patagonia provides evidence of complex social structure in dinosaurs as early as 193 million years ago. And scientists say that herding behavior could have been key to the... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
On the surface, Marilyn seemed to live the glamorous life of a movie star and celebrity, but she was also a very private, very smart, and often very troubled woman. Part of his enduring fame comes from the fact that she was gone too soon – a victim of apparent suicide at the age of only 36. Try Shudder free for 30 days using promo code "AHP" Visit …
 
You read that right. Researchers have taken the chemical defenses of some insects and turned them into sounds, which, it turns out, repel people just as well. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
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In her new book Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction, science journalist Michelle Nijhuis looks into the past of the wildlife conservation field, warts... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
Thelma Todd – the woman that Hollywood would know as the “Ice Cream Blonde,” and who made 69 films during her too-short career- died in 1935. The official cause of Thelma’s death was said to be an accidental poisoning from carbon monoxide, but the true facts in this sensational case remain unresolved to this day. Try Shudder free for 30 days using …
 
The death of a celebrity is, without a doubt, always an object of morbid curiosity in America. When the Hollywood notable dies under strange or bloody circumstances, then the death becomes even more curious, and gets bigger headlines, for an even longer period of time. Today, we discuss the horrific murder of Colonel Hogan himself, Bob Crane. Get 3…
 
The speed of these self-propelling droplets on a hot-oil surface seemed to defy physics until researchers broke out the super-slow-motion camera. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
On August 23, 1926, the most heartbreaking Hollywood news of the silent film era reached the general public when New York City’s Polyclinic Hospital announced that Rudolph Valentino was dead. Valentino -- known as the “Sheik” and “Hollywood’s Greatest Lover” – had died from a burst appendix. It seemed too boring of a death for a man like Valentino …
 
It is a tale of sound: the song of a solitary whale that vocalizes at a unique frequency of 52 hertz, which no other whale—as the story goes—can seemingly understand.It is also a tale... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
Today we discuss the brutal murder Ramon Novarro, an MGM sex symbol who acted opposite such legends as Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Norma Shearer and Myrna Loy. Visit GreenChef.com/ahp100 and use code "AHP100" to get $100 off including free shipping on your first box. Check out Drizly.com for all of your alcohol delivery needs and use code SPICE5 fo…
 
Today we talk the life and death of one of America’s top pinup girls, Jayne Mansfield, who died a horrible and violent death. It’s a story with everything – a brainy beauty, publicity stunts, a mysterious death, a Satanic curse, a haunted house and well, boobs. Visit GreenChef.com/ahp100 and use code "AHP100" to get $100 off including free shipping…
 
This is a story of desperation, anger, poverty—and triumph over long odds to crack the code of a degenerative disease that had been stealing the lives of children since it was first discovered... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
Fatty was the first Hollywood star to get “CANCELED,” as it’s called today, and his career destruction followed a crime that he not only didn’t commit but was found innocent of at trial. But by then, it was too late, and no one believed him anyway. Sign up for our newsletter at AmericanHauntingsPodcast.com Check out our new shirts at AmericanHaunti…
 
Theresa and Donald Dardar lived their whole lives in coastal Louisiana. They knew the “big one” might come someday. It did, and now everything is uncertain. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
In Science Book Talk, a new four-part podcast miniseries, host Deboki Chakravarti acts as literary guide to two science books that share a beautiful and sometimes deeply... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.comScientific American
 
On February 1, 1922, William Desmond Taylor, one of the most famous movie directors in early Hollywood, was murdered in his bungalow in the Westlake District of Los Angeles. At first, it was assumed that he died of natural causes – until someone discovered that he had been shot in the back by a .38-caliber revolver. Visit https://www.sudio.com/ and…
 
This episode we hear ghost stories from patrons of the Haunted America Conference 2021 hosted at the Best Western Premiere Hotel in Alton, IL. This episode gets...weird. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsCody Beck and Troy Taylor
 
But podcasts about them do. We're sad to report this is the final episode of PODCAST-19! It's been so rewarding making a show for you over the past year. In this episode, we discuss why we're closing up shop and why pandemics are so hard to beat.FiveThirtyEight, Anna Rothschild
 
Today's hauntings are connected to one of Hollywood’s true comedians but it’s also a sequel – or perhaps prequel, of sorts – to our last episode, "Charles Manson and Helter Skelter." Sign up for our newsletter at AmericanHauntingsPodcast.com Check out our new shirts at AmericanHauntingsClothing.com Follow us on Twitter @AmerHauntsPod, @TroyTaylor13…
 
The CDC wants to be certain, so it typically waits for a critical mass of scientific evidence before making declarative statements. That takes time. Yet the communication to the public in this pandemic seemed to be worse than normal, and resulted in a huge loss of public trust. Over the past month, we spoke to nearly a dozen scientists who all agre…
 
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