Tuesday, February 27, 2007

A Collection of Science Podcasts

Are you in to Science? The following is a collection of science podcasts compliments of Open Culture:

All in the Mind iTunes Feed Web Site
An Australian podcast that explores the mental universe - neuroscience really - and takes a clear look at everything from addiction to artificial intelligence.

Guardian Unlimited - Science iTunes Feed

National Geographic Magazine (The Best of) iTunes Feed Web Site
National Geographic needs no particular introduction.

Nature Podcast iTunes Feed Web Site
Nature, a highly respected peer-reviewed science journal, offers well produced podcasts that feature scientists talking about their cutting-edge research.

NOVA iTunes Feed Web Site
A series of short videos ("vodcasts") from the world of science.

NOVA Science Now iTunes Feed Web Site
Irreverent stories and intriguing personalities from the world of science.

NOVA e = mc2 iTunes Web Site
Hear how 10 top physicists describe Einstein's equation in a few minutes or less.

Science and Society iTunes Feed Web Site
A host of distinguished thinkers speak about innovations in science -- nanotechnology, space explorations, life sciences and more.

Science Magazine Podcast iTunes Feed Web Site
Audiocasts from Science Magazine.

Science Talk: The Podcast of Scientific American iTunes Feed Web Site
The host, Steve Mirsky, explores the latest developments in science and technology through interviews with leading scientists and journalists.

The Naked Scientists iTunes Feed Web Site
Dr. Chris Smith, of Cambridge University, takes an interactive look at different aspects of science, medecine and technology.

The Science Show iTunes Feed Web Site
One of the longest running and well-regarded science shows on Australian radio.

60 Second Science iTunes Feed Web Site
From Scientific American, leading science journalists offer a brief commentary on the latest developments in the world of science.

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