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Eugenia Cheng and Tim Radford on finding solace in science - books podcast

This week, we turn away from the crowds of catastrophist headlines and dystopian fiction and discover hope in the...

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The Puzzle of the Flipping Cats with Greg Gbur

Wonder why a cat always lands on its feet? It's a question that stumped scientists for over a hundred years. Some...

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Exploring the cosmos with gravitational waves

Recent discoveries usher in a new era of multimessenger astronomy

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Physics in 2018

Physics World journalists discuss what excites them about the year ahead

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Science-themed comedy, are you having a laugh?

Performers describe the opportunities and challenges of making science funny.

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How science gets women wrong

Exploring the gender issues raised in Angela Saini's book Inferior.

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Book of the Year 2017

Matin Durrani and Tushna Commissariat discuss the themes and trends that surround some of the best popular-physics...

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Illuminating a radio icon

How the historic Lovell telescope was transformed into a multimedia art installation

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Cosmic Queries – Physics All Around Us

Vote now for StarTalk to win a Webby Award! wbby.co/vote-pod18 Did you know there are physics at work all...

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Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses

There is no spoon. Or rather, “There is no such thing as ‘data’, there’s just frozen...

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Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses a16z
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Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses

There is no spoon. Or rather, “There is no such thing as ‘data’, there’s just frozen...

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Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses a16z
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Reining in Complexity: Data Science & Future of AI/ML Businesses

There is no spoon. Or rather, “There is no such thing as ‘data’, there’s just frozen...

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The Space Between: How the Entire Universe Is Connected - Nassim Haramein #453

What if you were connected to everyone in the world. Could there be a fundamental geometry of space that connects us...

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A Brief History of Stephen Hawking

On Wednesday March the 14th, the world was shaken by the death of one of our greatest scientists, Professor Stephen...

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The End of Night

Kat and Chris are turning the lights down low in search of darkness. 80% of Europeans and Northern Americans now...

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A Brief History of Stephen Hawking

On Wednesday March the 14th, the world was shaken by the death of one of our greatest scientists, Professor Stephen...

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That May Q&A!

It's QA time We've got a panel of scientists ready and waiting to tackle the questions you've been sending in. Izzie...

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Math's Paths (rebroadcast)

If you bake, you can appreciate math’s transformative properties.  Admiring the stackable potato chip is to...

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Quantum: Why We Want 'Em

ENCORE  Einstein thought that quantum mechanics might be the end of physics, and most scientists felt sure it would...

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Go With the Flow

Solid materials get all the production credit.  Don’t get us wrong, we depend on their strength and firmness for...

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