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How to find life beyond Earth - Science Weekly podcast

As scientists at University College London announce the discovery of water in the atmosphere of a potentially habitable ‘super Earth’, Ian Sample explores our prospects for finding life beyond our own planet Continue reading......

How to find life beyond Earth - Science Weekly podcast

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Are alternative meats the key to a healthier life and planet? – Science Weekly podcast How do protein substitutes compare with the real deal? Graihagh Jackson investigates by speaking to dietician Priya Tew, the Guardian’s Fiona Harvey and author Isabella Tree. Continue reading......
05:16, 05/17/2019

The psychology of climate science denial – Science Weekly podcast We revisit the archive as Ian Sample looks at why some people continue to deny anthropogenic global heating, despite the scientific evidence. Could better communication be the key? And what tips can scientists and journalists take from political camp...
13:48, 08/02/2019

The fight against HIV: then and now – Science Weekly podcast Earlier this year, the UK government announced it wanted to end new HIV transmissions in England by 2030. Hannah Devlin looks at the history of the epidemic, including its impact on the gay community, recent promising drug trials and whether Britain ...
02:48, 06/14/2019

The problem with sex – Science Weekly podcast Access to help for sexual problems is patchy and many fear the consequences of cuts to sexual health services could be profound. Nicola Davis investigatesPlease note: this podcast contains discussion of sexual abuseIn the UK, sexual dysfunction is fa...
07:00, 05/10/2019

How to stop MS in its tracks – Science Weekly podcast Ian Sample visits Professor Richard Reynolds at the MS Society tissue bank to hear how research on brains of patients who died with multiple sclerosis is leading to novel insights and new treatments Continue reading......
04:48, 09/06/2019

Oceans of Noise: Episode One – Science Weekly podcast Wildlife recordist Chris Watson begins a three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean, celebrating the sounds and songs of marine life and investigating the threat of noise pollutionContrary to popular belief, and the writings of Jacque...
00:00, 05/03/2019

Black holes: seeing 'the unseeable' – Science Weekly podcast Using a global network of telescopes, scientists have managed to capture an image of a black hole for the first time. Hannah Devlin investigates why it’s more than just a pretty pictureBlack holes have long featured in science fiction movies as dark ...
07:00, 05/01/2019

What happens when we can't test scientific theories? – Science Weekly podcast String theory gained traction 35 years ago but scientists have not found any evidence to suggest it is correct. Does this matter? And should it be tested? Ian Sample debates this with Eleanor Knox, David Berman and Peter Woit Continue reading......
03:32, 06/28/2019

Oceans of Noise: Episode Three – Science Weekly podcast Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson concludes a three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean examining the possible threats caused to marine life by noise pollution. In this final episode he looks at solutions and discovers an unlikel...
00:00, 05/03/2019

Why fast fashion should slow down – Science Weekly podcast Science Weekly teams up with the Chips with Everything podcast to examine the environmental price tag of our throwaway culture and explore how technology could help the clothing industry follow a more sustainable model. Graihagh Jackson and Jordan Er...
07:00, 05/01/2019

Oceans of Noise: Episode Two – Science Weekly podcast Wildlife recordist Chris Watson is joined by award-winning sound artist Jana Winderen on a voyage around Norway’s Austevoll islands, aboard a research vessel recording the grunting of spawning codContrary to popular belief, or the writings of Jacques...
00:00, 05/03/2019

150 years of the periodic table – Science Weekly podcast Nicola Davis invites Prof Brigitte Van Tiggelen and Dr Peter Wothers on to the podcast to look at how the periodic table took shape and asks whether it might now be in jeopardy Continue reading......
00:48, 06/21/2019

Cross Section: Giles Yeo – Science Weekly podcast Why do some of us pile on the pounds, while others seem to get away with it? Hannah Devlin speaks to Dr Giles Yeo about some of the latest findings from the field of obesity research – from the role of our genes and how heritable our weight is, to ho...
23:32, 07/04/2019

Soundscape ecology with Bernie Krause - Science Weekly podcast Do you know what noise a hungry sea anemone makes? Soundscape ecologist Bernie Krause does. Armed with over 5,000 hours of recordings, he takes Ian Sample on a journey through the natural world and demonstrates why sound is a powerful tool for conser...
06:00, 08/30/2019

Cross Section: Frans de Waal – Science Weekly podcast What can we learn from chimps when it comes to politics and power? Ian Sample meets the leading primatologist Prof Frans de Waal of Emory University to discuss good leadership and what we can learn from our closest living relatives. Continue reading....
01:00, 06/07/2019

Cross Section: Barry Smith - Science Weekly podcast Coffee is a drink adored the world over. But have you ever wondered why a fresh brew smells better than it tastes? Prof Barry Smith has spent his career pondering how the senses work together to produce flavour perception and so Graihagh Jackson invi...
07:00, 05/01/2019

Cross Section: Hiranya Peiris – Science Weekly podcast What happened before the Big Bang? This is one of the hardest questions scientists are trying to answer, but Prof Hiranya Peiris is not daunted by the challenge. Hannah Devlin invited Peiris on the podcast to discuss the origins of our universe Conti...
04:48, 05/24/2019

Cross Section: David Spiegelhalter – Science Weekly podcast Prof Sir David Spiegelhalter has a passion for statistics but some argue this type of number crunching is losing its influence and its ability to objectively depict reality. Nicola Davis and Ian Sample investigate how significant statistics are in to...
07:00, 05/01/2019

Dark Patterns: the art of online deception – Science Weekly podcast Have you ever been caught out online and subscribed to something you didn’t mean to? Ian Sample has and so he tasked Jordan Erica Webber with finding out how companies play on our psyches to pinch our pennies and what we can do about it Continue read...
22:16, 07/11/2019

Mercury 13: the forgotten women of the space race - Science Weekly podcast As the space race heated up in the 1960s, 13 aviators passed the same tests as Nasa’s first astronauts, later going on to be called the Mercury 13. But because they were women, Nasa wouldn’t even consider them. One of those women was Wally Funk, who ...
00:16, 07/19/2019

The interplay between gender and autism spectrum disorder – Science Weekly podcast The Science Weekly team are taking a bit of a break so we’ll be revisiting some of our favourite shows from the archive. Including this one from 2017, when Nicola Davis looked at why so many women with autism are misdiagnosed and how this issue reson...
23:16, 07/25/2019

Tomorrow's weather forecast: fair with a good chance of improvement – Science Weekly podcast Science Weekly joins forces with our sister technology podcast, Chips with Everything, to look at the future of weather forecasting. Graihagh Jackson finds out how accurate predictions currently are, while Jordan Erica Webber discusses how street cam...
22:48, 05/30/2019

Life in the fastest warming place on earth - podcast In the world’s northernmost town, temperatures have risen by 4C since 1971, devastating homes, wildlife and even the cemetery. India Rakusen and Jon Watts travel to Svalbard to find out how the island is coping with the effects of global heating. And...
19:48, 07/01/2019

We might soon find out if the Earth-like worlds orbiting TRAPPIST-1 can support life The James Webb Space Telescope is going to be an incredible tool for scientists to peer deep into space, returning information that could teach us a lot about our universe and our place in it. Sure, the people making it might be incompetent, and it&r...
10:32, 08/14/2019

Scientists find that Mars is inhabitable for at least one of Earth’s life forms While trying to decide if humans can live on Mars, scientists believe they've found some germs can survive on the red planet.       ...
18:32, 06/21/2019

Oceans of Noise: Episode Three – Science Weekly During our summer break, we’re revisiting the archives. Today, Wildlife recordist Chris Watson concludes this three-part journey into the sonic environment of the ocean, celebrating the sounds and songs of marine life and investigating the threat of ...
01:32, 08/23/2019

Earth's helium is running out and it has dire consequences for science Helium's essential for party balloons, but also for MRI scanners, physics experiments and space rockets. But supplies on Earth are getting dangerously low, warns Chanda Prescod-Weinstein...
08:48, 07/10/2019

Find Your Next Favorite Podcast With Pod Search My official way of finding new podcasts has always been simply asking my friends. For the most part, when I’ve been on the hunt a handful of conversations have led me to my next favorite thing. Most of my friends seem to have the same plan, which mea...
18:48, 09/15/2019

How to use Google to find podcast episodes on a specific topic Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Podcast discovery is already a hard task. Companies like Spotify are investing a lot of money in improving recom...
10:16, 08/09/2019

Find Hundreds of Science Experiment Ideas in 'Scientific American' A big part of being a kid is building things, deconstructing things and, in general, discovering how things work—that’s why we buy those starter science experiment kits and toy microscopes to encourage their curiosity. But it’s easy to run out of ide...
15:16, 08/19/2019

Dragons and white walkers aside, you can find some real science in 'Game of Thrones' In "Game of Thrones," Old Nan speaks of the Long Night, a winter that lasted a generation. Not only is this possible, it happened in real life 20,000 years ago, when an ice sheet hundreds of meters thick covered most of Canada and parts of the US. I...
20:48, 05/19/2019

Profiles in Science: How Do You Find an Alien Ocean? Margaret Kivelson Figured It Out For forty years, the physicist at U.C.L.A. has been uncovering the outer solar system’s secrets. Few scientists know more about the mysteries of Jupiter and its icy moons....
14:16, 04/28/2019

Earth's mantle is magnetic, researchers find Scientists assumed Earth's mantle, the layer stretching from the crust to a depth of 255 miles, was magnetically dead. New research suggests they were mistaken....
12:00, 06/06/2019

Life-Science Stocks Look Less Healthy Life-science companies have logged a strong performance this year, but disappointing revenue results from Illumina show they can’t inoculate themselves against slowing growth in the broader market....
17:48, 07/12/2019

When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: Dyskinesia There was no guarantee I would experience dyskinesia — but in the end, I didn’t really have a vote, writes 'When Life Gives You Parkinson's' host Larry Gifford....
00:16, 07/04/2019

Edward Snowden: life after leaking – podcast Former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden’s life was upended by his decision to expose his government’s programme of mass surveillance. Ewen MacAskill helped break the story for the Guardian back in 2013 and now visits him in his adopted home ...
17:00, 09/16/2019

A week in the life of 8chan: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber talks to Julia Carrie Wong about the extremist message board 8chan after the suspect in the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, used the website to post a manifesto on why he targeted those he murdered Continue reading......
17:32, 08/12/2019

Trump tells Pentagon to find better sources of rare earth magnet U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday told the Pentagon to find better ways to procure a rare earth magnet used in specialty motors, warning that the nation's defense would suffer without adequate stockpiles....
17:48, 07/22/2019

Do you think there is life beyond Earth? Scientists searching the universe for aliens to conduct survey of the public for views on first contactScientists wrestling with the delicate issue of how to respond should humanity ever be contacted by an alien civilisation have hit on a radical ide...
01:16, 07/01/2019

Admin special, play-off previews and life as a released player – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Marcus Bean and Ali Maxwell discuss Uefa’s Europa League final problems, Fifa’s World Cup ticketing problems, life after being released by your club and Batistuta’s red and white armyJoin the conversation on Facebook, ...
14:32, 05/23/2019

Life on Mars? Sorry Brian Cox, that’s still science fiction | Philip Ball The utopian vision of humans colonising the red planet to solve our energy and population crises is a misguided fantasyWho said this? “I’ve been having to say everywhere I go that there is no planet B, there is no escape hatch, there is no second Ear...
07:32, 05/26/2019

Earth might not be the best place for life after all In the ongoing search for worlds outside of our solar system, scientists often compare newly-discovered planets with our own as they offer educated guesses about their potential to support life. It makes sense since Earth is the only planet we know o...
19:00, 08/23/2019

The life of Alexander von Humboldt, plus foraging for food – books podcast On this week’s show, we’re talking about two books that encourage us to look anew at nature. Claire sits down in Cartegena with Andrea Wulf, who won the Royal Society prize in 2016 for The Invention of Nature, her biography of Alexander von Humboldt....
10:16, 05/21/2019

Cancer town: life in the shadow of a chemical plant - podcast In Reserve, Louisiana, Oliver Laughland hears how a community is fighting for the right to a safe environment for their children, who face a risk of cancer 50 times higher than the national average. Plus Helen Pidd on the battle to save the dam at Wh...
20:16, 08/06/2019

The Book Review Podcast: The Real Life of a Diplomat, Told Like a Novel George Packer talks about “Our Man: Richard Holbrooke and the End of the American Century,” and Lori Gottlieb discusses “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.”...
11:32, 05/10/2019

When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: We’re dying here. It’s time to change the narrative In this special on-location episode of 'When Life Gives You Parkinson's,' we discuss the role of advocacy in Parkinson’s, especially as it relates to wellness and research....
16:16, 06/04/2019

In China, a Podcast Inspired by ‘This American Life’ Gives Voice to the Real Hundreds of thousands of listeners are drawn to the stories of ordinary people on “Gushi FM,” told with an authenticity that’s rare in China’s media landscape....
16:32, 05/12/2019

McCarthy: Mueller 'scorched the earth' to find crimes, FBI 'bent over backward' to avoid Clinton charges President Trump once again took aim at Hillary Clinton, arguing that the Mueller probe was far different than the FBI investigation of the former secretary of state's private email server. ...
09:48, 06/19/2019

Mars may have hosted life before Earth: study A new study suggests that life may have existed on Mars hundreds of millions of years prior to its emergence on Earth. The Red Planet may have been ripe for life as early as 4.48 billion years ago, after “life-inhibiting meteorites stopped stri...
19:16, 06/26/2019

The greatest threat to life on Earth may come from space Asteroids and space debris could wreak untold devastation on the planetNext year, Nasa will launch what all involved hope will be the most impactful space mission to date. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (Dart) is designed to smash headlong into...
17:00, 08/31/2019

The moon’s violent birth may have given Earth the ingredients of life We think the moon formed when a Mars-sized object crashed into the young Earth. The same object could also have brought the carbon and other elements we need for life...
11:32, 04/28/2019

Why This Earth-Like Planet is a Big Step Forward in the Search for Life If planets were products their price would be tumbling. Little more than a generation ago, we knew of only eight planets in all the universe—the ones within our own solar system. Only two of them, Earth and Mars, were plausibly capable of suppo...
19:16, 09/11/2019

Meteorite strikes made life on Earth possible, study says There's been a notable increase in recent weeks about protecting life on Earth from a devastating asteroid strike. But a new study suggests that space rocks actually made life possible on the Blue Planet....
18:32, 08/14/2019

DNA Sequencing Microchip Could Detect Earth-Like Life on Mars Conditions on Mars are harsh. Its atmosphere is made up mostly of carbon dioxide and is 100 times thinner than Earth’s. Temperatures on the surface can plummet to minus-126 degrees Celsius. But the environment below the Martian surface may be similar...
14:48, 06/19/2019

Alien planets could be better suited for life than Earth: study Earth's oceans have made it the perfect environment for biodiversity, but a new study suggests that it may not have the best conditions in the galaxy....
06:32, 08/26/2019

CBOE Expands Weekly Options By One Day Allows Traders to More Easily "Roll" from One Weekly Expiration to Another CHICAGO, IL, June 30, 2010 - The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) today announced that as of Thursday, July 1, all new Weekly options series listed at CBOE will begin trading on Thursdays and expire the following Friday. Prior to this change, ne...
23:32, 05/01/2019

Discovery of billion-year-old fungi changes our understanding of life on Earth When scientists search for species that lived hundreds of millions of years ago they’re not always just looking for ancient animals. Life on Earth has changed a lot over time, but sometimes a new discovery reveals a few things that have stayed ...
17:00, 05/23/2019

Life may have begun on Earth 100 million years earlier than we thought A new timeline of early evolution suggests life on Earth began 100 million years earlier than we thought, while meteorites were still pummelling the planet...
12:32, 04/28/2019

NASA discovers nearby ‘super-Earth’ that ‘could harbor life’ “This is exciting, as this is humanity’s first nearby super-Earth that could harbor life — uncovered with help from TESS, our small, mighty mission with a huge reach,” said astronomer Lisa Kaltenegger....
12:48, 08/01/2019

'The future of life on Earth lies in the balance' – a picture essay Almost 600 conservation experts have signed a letter by the wildlife charity WWF, published to coincide with UN report into loss of biodiversityAlmost 600 conservation experts have signed the Call4Nature open letter written by wildlife charity WWF, w...
18:48, 05/06/2019

Water discovery means 'super-Earth' could support life Water vapour has been discovered in the atmosphere of an enormous Earth-like planet already known to have habitable temperatures, which scientists say means it could support life....
14:48, 09/11/2019

Study finds meteorite strikes made life on Earth possible There’s been more discussion recently about protecting life on Earth from a devastating asteroid strike. But a new study suggests that space rocks actually made life possible on the Blue Planet. Researchers identified isotopes of selenium in ro...
18:00, 08/15/2019

The north pole is moving and if it flips, life on Earth is in trouble The magnetic north pole is racing towards Siberia - but why? It's a mystery with huge implications, and to solve it, we're building an explosive model of the planet's core...
04:00, 06/28/2019

In the beginning: The full story of life on Earth can finally be told The events of the first 3.5 billion years of evolution are coming to light at last and they include far more drama and intrigue than we ever imagined...
10:00, 04/28/2019

David Saint-Jacques getting used to life on Earth after space mission The Canadian astronaut said while he hasn't felt any pain since his return Monday night, balance was an issue and he's been cautious walking and running....
17:16, 06/28/2019

Mass extinction killed nearly all life on Earth 2 billion years ago There have been several mass extinction events during the planet’s history, including the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, arguably the best known because of the death of the dinosaurs. Now, researchers may have discovered a new mass exti...
13:48, 09/03/2019

Discovery of billion-year-old fungi upends understanding of life on Earth When scientists search for species that lived hundreds of millions of years ago they’re not always just looking for ancient animals. Life on Earth has changed a lot over time, but sometimes a new discovery reveals a few things that have stayed largel...
12:00, 05/24/2019

Distant asteroid calamity shaped life on Earth 466 million years ago The cataclysmic asteroid impact off Mexico's coast that doomed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago was not the only time an astronomical event shaped the history of life on Earth....
16:00, 09/18/2019

By Jupiter! How the solar system’s giant made Earth ripe for life An audacious mission circling Jupiter’s poles is probing the planet’s deepest mysteries - including how it shaped our solar system and paved the way for our existence...
08:32, 05/23/2019

Gaia rebooted: New version of idea explains how Earth evolved for life The controversial Gaia hypothesis sees Earth as a superorganism adapted to be perfect for life. A weird type of evolution may finally show how that actually happens...
12:32, 04/28/2019

Dust cloud sparked explosion in primitive life on Earth, say scientists Smashing of monster asteroid half a billion years ago thought to have caused mini ice ageAn enormous dust cloud that swept through the ancient solar system sent Earth into a mini ice age that sparked an explosion in primitive life on the planet, scie...
11:16, 09/18/2019

Human society under urgent threat from loss of Earth's natural life Scientists reveal stark decline in biodiversity in damning UN report on planetary healthHuman society is in jeopardy from the accelerating decline of the Earth’s natural life support systems, the world’s leading scientists have warned as they announc...
04:32, 05/06/2019

‘Signs of Life’ Picked Out As TESS Satellite Uncovers Its First Nearby Super-Earth An international team of astronomers has characterized the first potentially habitable world outside of our solar system discovered by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) ...
22:48, 08/01/2019

Asteroid dust may have triggered massive explosion of life on Earth 466 million years ago Nearly half a billion years ago, there was a huge explosion of species development on Earth, causing the biodiversity of animals to increase dramatically -- but the true cause of that event has remained a mystery....
20:50, 09/18/2019

Will NASA Find Life on Titan? JoAnna Wendel is a science cartoonist and writer in Washington, DC. She loves space, planets, rocks, and her cat, Pancake. You can find her work at joannawendelcomics.com and follow her on Twitter at @JoAnnaScience.Read more......
07:48, 06/29/2019

Water-air interfaces in rock pores helped spawn life on Earth, study suggests According to a new study, the geochemical qualities of water-air interfaces found inside tiny rock pores made the chemical evolution necessary to support life possible....
18:48, 07/29/2019

Mass extinction event 2 billion years ago killed 99 percent of life on Earth, study says There have been several mass extinction events during the planet's history, including the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, arguably the best-known one because of the death of the dinosaurs. Now, researchers have discovered a new mass extinction...
11:16, 09/03/2019

iPad confusion and Tory antics indicate lack of intelligent life on Earth | John Crace Aliens are unlikely to be impressed by the likes of Annunziata Rees-Mogg and the Conservative partyAfter three years of training telescopes on 1,327 stars within 160 light years of Earth as part of the Breakthrough Listen project, astronomers have be...
07:48, 06/21/2019

Is modern life poisoning me? I took the tests to find out We are exposed to synthetic chemicals in plastics, cosmetics and food every day. Could it be making us toxic? Our environment reporter was tested for over 1,530 chemicals to find out • Help us reach our $150,000 goal to fund this series. Make a contr...
02:16, 05/22/2019

We could find alien life on exoplanets by looking for its glow Most of the closest exoplanets we’ve found orbit stars that can release flares of dangerous UV light, but those very flares might force life to evolve to glow...
10:00, 08/20/2019

Curiosity is entering what may be the best area to find life on Mars Clay on the Martian surface may be able to sustain and nourish microbes, and the Curiosity rover has just rolled into an area on Mars that’s chock full of it...
11:32, 04/28/2019

Three ways to find your purpose in life and reap the benefits Having a sense of what you want to do with your life can help you live longer, slash your risk of disease and improve your sex life – and it’s easy to do...
09:48, 04/28/2019

Apple's Find My Friends app saves the life of a 17-year old Often when a teenager fails to return home at night, a heart breaking tragedy is behind the disappearance. So when 17-year old Macy Smith missed curfew on the evening of June 7th, her mother, Catrina Cramer Alexander, was frantic. Greensboro North Ca...
15:48, 06/17/2019

When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: Tips for thriving with Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease On this episode, two Young Onset Parkinson's patients share their experiences living with the disease and offer tips around finding happiness, parenting and working....
09:00, 05/15/2019

Chelsea Handler is starting a podcast based on her new memoir, 'Life Will Be the Death of Me' Chelsea Handler is easing into podcasting with a limited series recorded from the current tour promoting her latest best-selling memoir, “Life Will Be the Death of Me.”        ...
06:32, 05/02/2019

Texas man uses final weeks of life to find homes for 11 dogs BEXAR COUNTY, Texas (CNN NEWSOURCE) – A Texas man was recently given one week to live. His final wish is to get his 11 rescue dogs adopted. For two years, 71-year-old Richard Ewers has been taking in dumped or stray dogs. Volunteers and donors also s...
11:32, 05/08/2019

Caregivers of seriously ill spouses find life improves more when the partner dies (Reuters Health) - For caregivers tending to a seriously ill spouse, quality of life may improve to a greater extent if the partner dies than if the partner recovers, a German study suggests....
22:00, 09/17/2019

NASA is prepping a 2026 mission to Titan to find the origins of life NASA yesterday announced details about its next major mission called Dragonfly, which aims to take a trip to Titan. The space agency said that it wants to launch a spaceship to Saturn’s moon by 2026, that’ll reach the moon’s surface by 2034. The miss...
03:00, 06/28/2019

Planet in triple-star system may be our best chance to find alien life An exoplanet 22.5 light years away that orbits in a system with three stars has the perfect conditions for us to search its atmosphere for signs of alien life...
07:32, 06/28/2019

First Ever Find of Water on ‘Potentially Habitable’ Planet Gives Hope for Finding Alien Life For the first time ever, astronomers have identified water trapped in the atmosphere of a remote planet orbiting a distant star. ...
09:00, 09/12/2019

A small, but growing group of Hong Kong people find a new life in Taiwan Kitty Wong and Adolf Yim, both from Hong Kong, are finalizing work on a hostel in Taiwan's southern city of Tainan that they hope will open its doors to holiday-makers next month....
05:16, 06/30/2019

Super Awesome Science Show: The science of moms This week's 'Super Awesome Science Show' looks at some of the science that makes mothers who they are and how we can support them every day of the year....
06:32, 05/07/2019

Olympian Danielle Scott was stabbed while trying to save her sister's life. Now, she fights to find her way forward Former Olympic volleyball player Danielle Scott was stabbed while trying to save her sister's life last November. Now, she is grieving — and healing.        ...
13:32, 05/22/2019

Annalee Newitz and Charlie Jane Anders on the Intersection Between Writing About Science and Writing Science Fiction io9 was founded as a website dedicated to both science journalism and science-fiction and cultural criticism. And although that mission has evolved over the years, that intersection between science and science fiction is something that still drives c...
21:32, 08/30/2019

Why Earth's water could be older than Earth itself How did water survive Earth's searingly hot birth? A radical new answer turns planetary history on its head – and could revolutionise the search for alien life...
12:32, 04/28/2019

Pushy bonobo mothers help sons find sexual partners, scientists find High-ranking mothers lead sons to groups of females and keep guard while they mateTheir mothers are so keen for them to father children that they usher them in front of promising partners, shield them from violent competitors and dash the chances of ...
10:16, 05/20/2019

Apple launches ‘Find My’ for iOS, iPadOS and macOS, replacing Find my iPhone A new Find My app combines Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single way to track items, including an activation lock feature for new Macs.Read More...
15:00, 06/03/2019

The Guardian Weekly is 100 years old Our seven-day print edition was first published on this day in 1919The Guardian Weekly at 100: the Wall Street crash to SuezPart two: Apollo 11 to Rwanda’s genocidePart three: 9/11 to TrumpAround 10 million people across the world read the Guardian’s...
09:48, 07/04/2019

AI Weekly: Hurray for boring AI I keep having the same conversation with companies that want to brief me about their latest AI-related news: It's not exciting, but it's smart.Read More...
16:32, 09/13/2019

Sony Xperia 1 battery life: real-life impressions and test results are out! The Sony Xperia 1 is a monster of a phone: the world's first 4K AMOLED display, Snapdragon 855 chip, a new 21:9 super tall and narrow form factor, gaming optimizations, new cameras, and the list just goes on and on.And lo and behold, all of those mon...
08:48, 06/11/2019

Scientists are building a real-life version of the Starship Enterprise's life scanner When the crewmembers of the Starship Enterprise pull into orbit around a new planet, one of the first things they do is scan for life-forms. Here in the real world, researchers have long been trying to figure out how to unambiguously detect signs of ...
06:32, 08/23/2019

Texas woman taken off life support against family's wishes – then a pro-life group stepped in A Texas woman was taken off life-support Monday, against her family's wishes, after the hospital invoked a law allowing them to deny further care. But a pro-life group stepped in....
10:48, 05/17/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Saddle up ** S&P 500 edges up 0.2% on the week. Strong jobs report spurs broad-based rally on Fri ** Indeed, even though the SPX has finally set a new record intraday high, a longer-term divergence remains a risk ** And an overheated Nasdaq may lead...
15:16, 05/03/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Mayhem ** S&P 500 drops 2.6%, extends losing streak to 4 weeks. SPX sheds 6.6% in May as U.S.-China trade war intensifies and President Trump opens new front with Mexico ** Indeed, the SPX appeared heavy handed, ultimately leading to multi-month lows ...
17:48, 05/31/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Saddle up (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 edges up 0.2% on the week. Strong jobs report spurs broad-based rally on Fri ** Indeed, even though the SPX has finally set a new record intraday high, a longer-term divergence remains a risk ...
05:32, 05/06/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: On a high (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 advances 0.8% as Fed chief Powell sends strong signal of an interest rate cut later this month ** All three major averages close at record highs, though there still may be trouble ahead ** ...
05:32, 07/15/2019

Entertainment Weekly will become a monthly publication It’s been rumored for years, and on Thursday it finally became a reality: Meredith said Entertainment Weekly magazine will publish its last “weekly” issue on June 25 and become a monthly as of August. JD Heyman, deputy editor of People, will replace ...
22:48, 06/06/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Standoff (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 drops 0.8% on the week as China's aggressive stance in trade war with U.S. weighs ** At first support came under fire, but then oversold levels led to a bounce ** That bounce extended, but ...
04:48, 05/20/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Pivot ** S&P 500 snaps 4-week losing streak, surges 4.4%. Wall Street rallies Fri on rate cut hopes, trade optimism ** Fed Chair Powell remarks Tues that Fed will act "as appropriate" in face of trade war, other risks; pivot seemingly opens door to pos...
13:48, 06/07/2019

Oil prices dip but set for solid weekly gains Oil took a breather on Friday after three days of solid gains, but was set for its strongest week since early July, boosted by a decline in U.S inventories and a looming hurricane in Florida, while new signs of trade talks emerged....
00:00, 08/30/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Standoff ** S&P 500 drops 0.8% on the week as China's aggressive stance in trade war with U.S. weighs ** At first support came under fire, but then oversold levels led to a bounce ** That bounce extended, but it may have been built on sand, and may s...
13:48, 05/17/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Not half bad ** S&P 500 snaps 3-week winning streak, slips 0.3% as all eyes are on G20 Summit. Though index finishes first half up 17.3%, the best start to a year since 1997 ** That said, charts suggest risk the SPX may have a bumpy ride ahead ** And whi...
15:48, 06/28/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: On edge (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 up for second straight week, but adds just 0.5%. Trade tensions and Gulf tanker attacks weigh ** At first, the DJI was rolling sixes, and the SPX was streaking higher ** However, the SPX hi...
04:16, 06/17/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: On the defensive (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 drops for 3rd straight week as trade tensions, global growth worries mount. SPX loses 1.2% ** Indeed, SPX levels bear watching, especially in contested territory ** And timid Nasdaq troops p...
05:00, 05/28/2019

AEW debuting weekly TNT show on October 2 There is a new day to watch professional wrestling on cable in primetime. TNT announced Wednesday that All Elite Wrestling’s yet-to-be-named two-hour weekly television show will begin on October 2. By putting the show on Wednesdays, it avoids any con...
09:48, 07/24/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: On the defensive ** S&P 500 drops for 3rd straight week as trade tensions, global growth worries mount. SPX loses 1.2% ** Indeed, SPX levels bear watching, especially in contested territory ** And timid Nasdaq troops preceded a general retreat. This with a te...
16:32, 05/24/2019

AI Weekly: California is trying to control big tech Tech giants are facing threats of regulation on many fronts, but California is poised to become ground zero, as a new feature for Amazon's Alexa suggests.Read More...
10:48, 05/31/2019

Oil Is Steady, Headed for Second Weekly Decline in a Row Oil prices were little changed but on track for a second consecutive weekly loss as bulging oil inventories in the U.S. reduce concerns of a global supply squeeze from sanctions on Iran and Venezuela....
09:16, 05/03/2019

Woman who killed daughters after ‘they got in the way’ of her sex life sentenced to life in prison A woman found guilty in England of killing her two young daughters because they "got in the way" of her sex life has been jailed for life, the BBC reports....
11:48, 08/02/2019

US weekly jobless claims increase slightly First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 in the most recent week, following the 211,000 claims reported for the prior week....
09:32, 05/30/2019

US weekly jobless claims unexpectedly decline The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to continued strong labor market conditions....
07:48, 07/25/2019

US weekly jobless claims total 212,000, vs 220,000 expected CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman break down the latest jobless claims, housing starts, building permits and Philadelphia Fed manufacturing numbers. Also at the table are Ken Langone, CEO of Invemed Associates and co-founder of Home Depot, ...
11:00, 05/16/2019

U.S. weekly jobless claims increase slightly The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits rose moderately, pointing to sustained labor market strength despite slowing economic growth....
06:32, 08/29/2019

| UK, EU Brexit teams to meet twice-weekly in September Britain's Brexit negotiators are to meet their EU counterparts twice a week throughout September, London said, in a bid to strike a new divorce deal....
08:32, 08/30/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Trade barbs (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 falters 2.2% as U.S.-China trade tensions escalate ** Indeed, an evil twin may have struck, leading to trench warfare on the charts ** This as the DJI found itself dragged back into its chan...
05:16, 05/13/2019

Oil rises towards $69 but set for 2019's biggest weekly loss Oil rose towards $69 a barrel on Friday after two sessions of losses, but remained on track for its biggest weekly drop this year due to rising inventories and concerns about an economic slowdown....
05:16, 05/24/2019

Oil steady but set for 2019's biggest weekly loss Oil prices were steady on Friday ahead of long U.S. and UK holiday weekends, but were on track for its biggest weekly drop of the year, pressured by rising inventories and concern over an economic slowdown....
09:48, 05/24/2019

US weekly jobless claims fall more than expected First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 220,000 for the most recent week, down from the 228,000 claims reported for the previous week....
08:48, 05/16/2019

Stocks Extend Weekly Winning Streak U.S. stocks clinched a third consecutive week of gains and are sitting within a hair of their records, as moderating tensions between the U.S. and China eased fears about a potential recession....
08:00, 09/14/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: New highs fireworks (Repeats from Friday. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 gains 1.7%, closes near record highs even after hot payrolls print on Fri cools bets for an aggressive Fed rate cut ** Indeed, the DJI finally popped above its October 2018 highs. However, actio...
04:16, 07/08/2019

Oil Inches Higher, on Track for Weekly Gain Oil prices were on track for a fourth consecutive advance, boosted by geopolitical uncertainty surrounding supply from Iran and Venezuela despite some cautious sentiment about continuing trade talks....
10:32, 05/17/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Asset grab ** S&P 500 extends win streak to three weeks, adds 2.2%. Rate-cut euphoria and trade optimism spur index to record highs. Bonds and commodities also catch bids ** Indeed, studies suggested sudden quiet could end with a bang ** And as the SPX...
14:48, 06/21/2019

BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Trade barbs ** S&P 500 falters 2.2% as U.S.-China trade tensions escalate ** Indeed, an evil twin may have struck, leading to trench warfare on the charts ** This as the DJI found itself dragged back into its channel ** Every sector falls: Tech, indu...
15:16, 05/10/2019

AI Weekly: Google focused on privacy at I/O 2019 At I/O 2019, Google made an effort to bring privacy to the fore -- particularly in the area of artificial intelligence and machine learning.Read More...
16:48, 05/10/2019

A Weekly Report From Afghanistan That Takes a Toll President Trump has dominated headlines in the U.S. over a canceled Camp David peace summit. In Afghanistan, civilians and security officers keep dying. Our two reporters explain how they keep track....
15:32, 09/10/2019

US weekly jobless claims increase marginally First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 in the most recent week, in line with the prior week's number of claims....
10:48, 09/05/2019

RPT-BUZZ-U.S. stocks weekly: Love 'em or hate 'em (Repeats from Friday, adds missing word "bid" in 10th bullet. Updates chart) ** S&P 500 rallies 1.2%. That said, emotions ran high as the market had some pretty sharp reactions to a number of qtrly reports ** Indeed, calm can only last so lon...
04:32, 04/29/2019

US weekly jobless claims unexpectedly fall First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 215,000 for the most recent week, up slightly from the 212,000 claims reported for the previous week....
12:00, 05/23/2019

AI Weekly: Highlights from VentureBeat’s AI conference Transform VentureBeat held its largest AI conference to date this week, bringing together startups and the biggest AI companies in the world. Here are the highlights.Read More...
20:16, 07/12/2019

US weekly jobless claims rise more than expected First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 214,000 for the most recent week, up slightly from the 209,000 claims reported for the previous week....
07:32, 08/15/2019

US weekly jobless claims fall to 3-month low First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 223,000 in the most recent week, up marginally from the 221,000 claims reported for the previous week....
10:16, 07/11/2019

Director's Cut: Weekly Beauty Desk Drops From the latest hair and skincare launches to some epic summer scent favourites, see the product edit of the favourites that have landed on the desk of Vogue beauty & lifestyle, Jessica Diner, this week...
07:16, 07/17/2019

US weekly jobless claims fall to a 3-month low The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to continued strong labor market conditions....
23:48, 07/27/2019

Oil rises toward $69, but set for 2019's biggest weekly loss Oil rose toward $69 a barrel on Friday after two sessions of losses, but remained on track for its biggest weekly drop this year due to rising inventories and concerns of an economic slowdown....
02:32, 05/24/2019

Graffiti vandal tells how he turned his life around from tagging Tube trains at night to photographing life on the Bakerloo line A graffiti vandal who was jailed after spraying his distinctive tag across the Tube network today tells how he turned his life around to become a photographer documenting the Bakerloo line....
15:16, 05/26/2019

How about the ‘pro-life’ lobby get behind these life-positive causes instead? | Hadley Freeman Banning abortion isn’t the most effective place to start if you want to save livesIt’s always more fun to be on the winning side, and in the US right now there is no question that the pro-life side is – well, “killing it” seems like the wrong term, s...
08:16, 05/25/2019

Oil on track for weekly gain as Iran tensions support Oil prices rose on Friday and were on track for a weekly increase as geopolitical tensions over Iran remained unresolved, although flagging prospects for global economic growth amid the U.S.-China trade war capped gains....
02:16, 07/26/2019

New Study On Weekly, Monthly S&P 500 PutWrite Indexes Released CHICAGO, IL -- January 27, 2016 -- The Chicago Board Options Exchange® (CBOE®) today announced the release of a new study that examines both the monthly CBOE S&P 500 PutWrite Index (PUTSM Index) and the CBOE S&P 500 One-Week PutWrite Index (WPUTSM In...
13:32, 05/01/2019

New Weekly Events Add More Variety To Magic: The Gathering Arena If you play Magic: The Gathering Arena and you’re anything like me, you probably burn through earning your weekly allotment of new card packs and gold on the first day. Fortunately for us, Wizards is adding a new set of free weekly events, each with ...
00:32, 05/17/2019

Oil set for weekly gain on threat of Mideast supply disruptions Oil prices steadied on Friday, with both benchmarks on track for a weekly gain on rising concerns over potential further supply disruptions in Middle East shipments due to U.S.-Iran political tensions....
09:32, 05/17/2019

U.S. Stocks Rise but Notch Modest Weekly Loss The Dow Jones Industrial Average bounced back from Wednesday’s 800-point selloff with two consecutive sessions of gains and a modest weekly loss. But investors’ lingering fears about a potential recession remain unresolved....
01:00, 08/17/2019

UPDATE 7-Oil steady but set for 2019's biggest weekly loss * Coming Up: Weekly U.S. oil rig count data at 1 p.m. (1700 GMT) (New throughout, adds comments, updates prices, changes dateline to NEW YORK; previous LONDON)...
10:00, 05/24/2019

Oil falls 2.8% ahead of hurricane, but still notches weekly gain Oil futures fell on Friday ahead of a hurricane near the Florida coast that could dampen demand, but prices still posted the biggest weekly increase since early July, boosted by an easing of U.S.-China trade rhetoric....
12:00, 08/30/2019

Oil edges higher but set for biggest weekly loss of 2019 Oil prices climbed 1 percent on Friday ahead of long U.S. and UK holiday weekends, but were on track for their biggest weekly drop of the year, pressured by rising inventories and worries about the global economy....
13:00, 05/24/2019

Weekly releases vs. the binge model: Here’s why Netflix’s approach is better If you paid attention at all to any of the Netflix headlines this week, you were no doubt confronted with the revelation — including from us — that Netflix is experimenting with a different release schedule for some new TV seasons. The sh...
08:32, 09/08/2019

Ken Druckerman and Sam Dolnick on The Weekly, and the evolution of The New York Times The New York Times’ new weekly, half-hour narrative documentary series The Weekly marks the newspaper’s first major foray into TV news. Before its premiere on FX this Sunday, we sat down with show producer Ken Druckerman and assistant managing editor...
10:32, 05/31/2019

15Five raises $30.7 million for weekly employee evaluations 15Five, a San Francisco-based startup developing a suite of employee performance evaluation tools, has raised $30.7 million in venture capital.Read More...
10:48, 07/08/2019

Oil's Weekly Drop Highlights Lingering Oversupply Fears Oil prices were on track for a roughly 2% weekly drop Friday, illustrating how fears of excess supply continue to keep crude prices down even as hopes for coming trade talks boost the outlook for the global economy....
10:16, 09/13/2019

Brilliant Liverpool are kings of Europe once again – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Gregg Bakowski and Lars Sivertsen discuss Liverpool’s Champions League win, next steps for those involved, England women’s misstep in their final friendly before the World Cup and water pistolsJoin the conversation on ...
04:48, 06/03/2019

World’s most frequent flyer has an insane weekly itinerary Tom Stuker loves going the extra mile. Give or take a few million. The world’s most frequent flier just racked up a record-setting 21 million miles flown. That’s nearly 844 times around the equator. “I’m a flying junkie,” the 65-year-old Nutley, New ...
13:16, 07/27/2019

AI Weekly: Protecting the powerful underpins debates at Stanford and MIT AI ethics debates focus on petitions supporting MIT Media Lab director Joi Ito and opposing former Google CEO Eric Schmidt at Stanford University.Read More...
04:48, 09/07/2019

Here's how The New York Times turned their stories into television with The Weekly The New York Times’ new weekly, half-hour narrative documentary series The Weekly marks the newspaper’s first major foray into TV news. Before its premiere on FX this Sunday, we sat down with three New York Times reporters—Caitlin Dickerson, Brian Ro...
13:00, 05/29/2019

U.S. fuel pumps see first weekly price rise since October Fuel prices in the United States on average were just a penny higher at $2.25 per gallon, ending consecutive price declines that had occurred since October....
11:00, 04/28/2019

Oil rises more than 1% but sets biggest weekly loss of 2019 Oil prices climbed more than 1% on Friday ahead of long U.S. and UK holiday weekends, but posted the biggest weekly drop of the year, pressured by rising inventories and worries about the global economy....
15:00, 05/24/2019

FOREX-Dollar retreats from 2-yr high overnight, set for weekly loss The dollar was on track on Friday to post a small weekly loss after coming off two-year highs on lower U.S. yields as investors feared the Sino-U.S. trade dispute will hurt the U.S. economy more than previously thought....
23:00, 05/23/2019

Oil prices fall but set for weekly gain as trade row rhetoric eases Oil took a breather on Friday after three days of solid gains, but was set for its strongest week since early July, boosted by a decline in U.S inventories and a looming hurricane in Florida, while new signs of trade talks emerged....
08:00, 08/30/2019

Rupee Set For Weekly Gain After PM Modi's Landslide Election Win: Report The currency ended 0.5 per cent lower on Thursday after scaling a session peak of 69.38 when initial leads suggested a facile victory for PM Modi's coalition, in line with most of the exit polls....
05:48, 05/24/2019

Oil prices fall but set for big weekly gain on trade dispute hopes Oil gave back some of its recent gains on Friday, but was still headed for the biggest weekly increase since early July, boosted by a decline in U.S stocks, a looming hurricane in Florida and an easing of Sino-U.S. trade rhetoric....
05:00, 08/30/2019

The big kick-off, English centre-backs and Crusty – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Mark Langdon discuss the Community Shield, Harry Maguire and the centre-back daisy chain, Nicolas Pépé, the return of the Football League and Crusty the PieJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter...
13:16, 08/05/2019

US weekly jobless claims drop to the lowest level since 1969 First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 211,000 for the most recent week, up from the 202,000 claims reported for the previous week....
09:16, 04/28/2019

'Apex Legends' will keep players busy with daily and weekly challenges Respawn has a straightforward way to keep its hordes of Apex Legends players coming back: it's borrowing a page from other battle royale shooters. The studio has teased Season 2 Battle Pass plans that will include daily and weekly challenges to...
17:32, 05/30/2019

METALS-Copper heads for weekly drop as ECB holds off easing Copper prices declined on Friday, with London copper on track for its first weekly decline in three, as comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi were less dovish than expected and the bank held rates steady at its latest meeting....
01:00, 07/26/2019

Dominance and difficult questions for Manchester City – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, John Brewin and Mark Langdon discuss Manchester City 6-0 Watford, the price of supremacy, the Women’s Champions League, a rare crestfallen goalscoring keeper and botched PanenkasJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitt...
15:32, 05/20/2019

Oil slips but set for weekly gain on Mideast supply disruption fears Oil prices edged lower on Friday, but both benchmarks were on track for a weekly gain on rising concerns over potential further supply disruptions in Middle East shipments due to U.S.-Iran political tensions....
12:32, 05/17/2019

METALS-Copper rebounds but on track for 6th straight weekly fall Copper rebounded on Friday from its lowest since Jan. 14 hit in the previous session, as the U.S. dollar eased, but was heading for its sixth straight week of losses on a prolonged U.S.-China trade war....
23:00, 05/23/2019

Oil rises after U.S. Navy downs Iranian drone; set for weekly fall Oil prices rose on Friday as tensions brewed again in the Middle East after a U.S. Navy ship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz, a major chokepoint for global crude flows....
02:00, 07/19/2019

U.S. weekly jobless claims fall; labor market strong The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, suggesting the labor market remains strong even as the economy is slowing....
08:48, 08/08/2019

All eyes on Women's World Cup, plus the Nations League and more – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Jonathan Wilson, Lars Sivertsen, Mark Langdon and Suzy Wrack discuss the opening weekend of France 2019, the conclusion of the Nations League, disrespect via kitchen utensils and an Ultrasling 3Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter ...
14:00, 06/10/2019

AI Weekly: Microsoft, machine learning framework interoperability, and ONNX Microsoft and Facebook made the Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX) for interoperability between frameworks and hardware optimized for machine learning.Read More...
17:32, 05/03/2019

AI Weekly: Amazon’s robots could cut delivery times, but eliminate jobs Amazon's increasing investment in robotics and automation got a lot of attention at its re:MARS conference. What impact might it have on its workforce?Read More...
17:48, 06/07/2019

METALS-Copper tumbles to eighth consecutive weekly loss Copper prices slumped towards an eighth consecutive weekly fall after trade disputes, signs of slowing global economic growth and disappointing U.S. jobs data weakened the demand outlook for metals....
08:32, 06/07/2019

Premier League title race goes to the wire – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Jonathan Wilson, Mark Langdon and Archie Rhind-Tutt discuss Liverpool forcing the title race to the final weekend, Chelsea stumbling over the line, Manchester United unable to cliché their way out of trouble, an emotional Aaron Ramsey an...
08:32, 05/06/2019

METALS-Aluminium set for strong weekly gain on supply concern Aluminium prices in London and Shanghai are set for solid weekly gains on Friday, as alumina refinery shutdowns in China raises production costs for the metal, but a gloomy global growth outlook put pressure on base metals prices....
00:32, 05/17/2019

Manchester City and the perils of playing out from the back – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Sean Ingle and John Brewin discuss a shock at Carrow Road, more Arsenal defensive woes, a Seedorf scores in Scotland, a 16-year-old scores for Barcelona and Daniel Farke lookalikesJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twi...
13:49, 09/16/2019

Nations League, the Women's World Cup and more – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Philippe Auclair discuss the Nations League with familiar themes on and off the pitch for England, a 2019 World Cup preview, transfers, Fifa and box-office VARJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitt...
12:16, 06/07/2019

U.S. weekly jobless claims rise; imported inflation weak The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, which could add to concerns that the labor market was losing steam after job growth slowed sharply in May....
06:16, 06/13/2019

England v USA, the Copa América and Afcon 2019 – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Tim Stillman discuss England’s inexorable march to World Cup glory, the USA ‘spygate’ episode, Luis Suárez’s tears, the back streets of Alexandria and Elton JohnJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twi...
09:00, 07/01/2019

METALS-Copper stumbles towards eighth consecutive weekly loss Copper prices were set for their eighth straight weekly fall after trade disputes, signs of slowing global economic growth and disappointing U.S. jobs data weakened the demand outlook for metals....
11:00, 06/07/2019

Oil rises as Middle East tensions mounts, set for weekly gains Oil prices rose again on Friday and were on track for the first weekly gains this month, as rising tensions in the Middle East stoked fears of supply disruptions....
21:48, 05/16/2019

Reagan’s famous weekly radio address was Nixon’s idea Former President Richard Nixon had a widely influential role on former President Ronald Reagan and his key staff, and even dreamed up one of the Gipper’s most famous practices — the weekly radio address — according to a treasure trove of post-preside...
18:32, 07/16/2019

AI Weekly: China, the United States, and the struggle for global leadership No matter who wins the 2020 presidential election, a better world with AI in business and society may depend on adherence to our own values.Read More...
19:16, 06/28/2019

U.S. weekly jobless claims rise; imported inflation subdued The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, which could add to concerns that the labor market was losing steam after job growth slowed sharply in May....
11:00, 06/13/2019

Seeing science – in pictures Photography and science have long been intertwined, helping to shape the way we look at the world, as Marvin Heiferman shows in Seeing Science: How Photography Reveals the Universe, published by Aperture Continue reading......
01:32, 07/15/2019

You’re still you when you’re drunk, science says Many of us know that feeling of waking up, headache in tow, struggling to remember what we said and did after that extra drink the night before. And then suddenly, the memories vividly resurface. Alcohol disinhibits us, making us say and do things th...
10:00, 08/31/2019

The science of the home run Professor Lloyd V. Smith and a team of scientists at Washington State University are working with Major League Baseball to understand the league's record home run numbers.       ...
14:48, 08/02/2019

Tucking in to a full English and ludicrous drama – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Gregg Bakowski and Eliot Rothwell discuss a comeback, a comeback, a ridiculous goal, another ridiculous goal, Sid’s ham garage breaking AirBnB records and lots more besidesJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and...
10:16, 05/09/2019

Weekly Recap: New Launches by Realme and Xiaomi, OnePlus 7 Launch Date, More Realme 3 Pro launch, Redmi 7 and Redmi Y3 price in India announced, OnePlus 7 Pro launch on May 14, new Airtel and Vodafone prepaid plans, and other big tech news this week....
09:16, 04/28/2019

Cameroon chaos, England's under-21 exit and Buffon to Leeds? – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Tim Stillman discuss England’s win over a fuming Cameroon side, the Under-21s’ early exit, Copa América and the Africa Cup of NationsJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We start wit...
12:16, 06/24/2019

US weekly jobless claims lowest since 1969; unemployment rolls shrink First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 205,000 in the most recent week, up slightly from the 196,000 claims reported for the previous week....
09:16, 04/28/2019

Weekly mortgage applications rise as buyer's market takes hold Homebuyers are taking advantage of lower mortgage rates and a slow summer for sellers, and that is driving mortgage applications higher. Total mortgage application volume rose 2.0 % last week compared with the previous week....
04:48, 09/11/2019

No Pre-Reading, No Rehearsing: How ‘The Weekly’ Kept Its Recreation of Historic Opioid Testimony Authentic The Times TV show’s producer/director shares the challenges and rewards of bringing to life witness testimony against Purdue Pharma in a way that stayed true to our journalistic principles....
15:00, 08/18/2019

Play-off madness, Manchester City and Italy – Football Weekly Extra Elis James, Barry Glendenning, Paolo Bandini and George Elek discuss Frank Lampard’s Derby County, John Terry’s Aston Villa, Mike Dean’s Tranmere Rovers and Manchester City’s public misstepsJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We look...
12:00, 05/16/2019

Liverpool lord it, Spurs shocked and Barnes bangers – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Tim Stillman discuss defeats for Tottenham and Manchester United, Ashley and Harvey Barnes on target, goals galore on the continent and a new crime novel seeking publishersJoin the conversation on F...
21:32, 08/26/2019

Ajax, Messi, Bolton and a weekend preview – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Paul Doyle and Paolo Bandini discuss Ajax’s whirlwind win at Spurs, Liverpool’s defeat to a Messi masterclass, Football League permutations, Bolton and detectives at the snookerJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitte...
14:16, 05/02/2019

Joy for Rapinoe and co, a 'nonsense' loss for England and Lionel Messi – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Tim Stillman discuss the USA’s World Cup final glory and White House hopes, England ‘nonsense’ loss against Sweden (according to Phil Neville), and Lionel Messi’s claims of “corruption’ at the Copa A...
12:32, 07/08/2019

Cboe to List Mini-SPX Index (XSP) Wednesday-Expiring Weekly Options CHICAGO – January 26, 2018 - Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE | Nasdaq: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced that it plans to list Wednesday-expiring weekly options on the Cboe Mini-SPX Index (XSP),...
06:32, 05/01/2019

England's heartache, USA v Netherlands and Frank Lampard – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Chris Paouros discuss the Women’s World Cup semi-finals, the Copa América, Gold Cup, Afcon, Frank Lampard returning to Chelsea and BatmanJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We look ...
12:32, 07/04/2019

Oil prices fall, but post weekly gain ahead of G20 talks, OPEC Oil prices fell on Friday but posted their second straight week of gains ahead of trade talks between the U.S. and Chinese presidents this weekend, and on widely expected production cuts from OPEC on Monday....
18:16, 06/28/2019

US Treasury yields continue surge following biggest weekly climb in three months U.S. Treasury yields continued to rise Monday after the 10-year note posted its biggest weekly climb since April following better-than-expected inflation data....
06:32, 07/15/2019

Handballs, the Pukki Party and La Liga starts with a bang – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Faye Carruthers and Paul MacInnes discuss the late VAR drama at the Etihad, Teemu Pukki being in contention for the Golden Boot and dramatic opening weekends in La Liga and the BundesligaJoin the conversation on Facebo...
08:48, 08/19/2019

UPDATE 3-Oil rises after U.S. Navy downs Iranian drone; set for weekly fall Oil prices rose on Friday as tensions brewed again in the Middle East after a U.S. Navy ship destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz, a major chokepoint for global crude flows....
02:32, 07/19/2019

AI Weekly: Detroit’s facial recognition battle is about the ends justifying the means The Detroit Police Department hopes to convince Rep. Rashida Tlaib that in its use of facial recognition software, the ends justify the means.Read More...
16:00, 08/23/2019

METALS-Copper set for 1st weekly gain in 8 weeks amid easing dollar Copper prices on the London Metal Exchange (LME) rose on Friday as the U.S. dollar weakened, while the metal looked set for a weekly gain for the first time in eight weeks....
22:16, 06/06/2019

AI Weekly: Cutting-edge research promises to imbue AI with contextual knowledge Researchers at IBM, MIT, Salesforce, and elsewhere are developing techniques that promise to imbue AI with greater contextual knowledge than before.Read More...
15:32, 08/30/2019

Oil prices dip, still set for weekly gains amid Mideast tensions, rate cut hopes Oil prices reversed earlier gains on Friday but benchmark Brent crude was still set for its first weekly gain in five weeks amid rising tensions in the Middle East and on hopes for a drop in U.S. interest rates that may stimulate global growth....
23:48, 06/20/2019

Arsenal v Spurs analysis, dives, Bakery Jatta and more – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Barney Ronay discuss a scrappy, shambling north London derby, top six stumbles, the difference between two English dives, a curious case of dubious identity in Germany and The Wilson ScenarioJoin th...
10:16, 09/02/2019

How to Start Your Own Podcast Podcasts are now firmly established parts of pop culture, and chances are you probably have a favorite (or seven) that help make your commute more bearable. And while every armchair broadcaster with a voice recorder app is eager to get in the game, c...
15:16, 06/03/2019

Who is trying to ban abortion in the US? – podcast Alabama is one of 15 states to recently pass an abortion ban. Although none of the bans are currently in effect, the aim is to place pressure on Roe v Wade, the court decision that enshrined a woman’s legal right to an abortion. The Guardian’s US hea...
19:16, 05/26/2019

How much does Google know about you? – podcast Alex Hern on how Google’s use of personal data has potentially helped create a new age of mass surveillance. Plus Lois Beckett on the response to two mass shootings in the US Google’s story is one of extraordinary growth. From its days as an insurgen...
19:48, 08/05/2019

What Seinfeld can teach us about science From micro pigs to the doping dangers of a poppy seed bagel, how life may be imitating the US sitcomWhen Jerry Seinfeld starts his UK tour, listen out for a science joke. From early on in his TV career, the comedian poked fun at science. In his 1981 ...
03:16, 07/12/2019

The five: chimeras created by science A chimera is an organism with genetic material from two or more sources. Experiments in the field may save lives but are ethically controversialLast week, researchers led by Spanish scientist Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte announced they had created th...
00:16, 08/11/2019

Why race science is on the rise again After the second world war, the belief that differences between so-called ‘races’ are genetic became taboo. Now, with the far right resurgent, it’s backIn 1985, historian Barry Mehler had a dream. His research was taking him deep into the murky terri...
17:48, 05/18/2019

The Science Behind Fever Dreams Nearly everyone has experienced a fever and its attendant symptoms—from fatigue and body aches to hot flashes and chills. You may also have noticed strange or unusually vivid dreams while trying to sleep off an illness. The phrase “fever ...
07:00, 06/11/2019

The science of sex: what happens to our bodies when we're aroused? It’s good for our mental and physical health, lowering blood pressure and boosting the immune systemSex is the most talked-about, joked about, thought-about issue in our culture. Every grown adult is expected to know how to do it, but beyond the basi...
02:00, 05/23/2019

Science Says: Why biodiversity matters to you Scientists say you may go your entire life without seeing an endangered species, yet the globe’s biodiversity crisis threatens all of humanity in unseen ways. A massive United Nations report Monday said that nature is in trouble and that 1 mill...
07:48, 05/07/2019

TEKNET: The science behind a microburst TUCSON – One of Tucson’s biggest thunderstorm threats comes from what’s known as a microburst. A microburst can bring strong winds and damaging hail with them and only last a short amount of time. News 4 Tucson’s Chief Meteoro...
22:16, 07/29/2019

Why art and science suffer in silos A major new Radio 4 series breaks down the barriers between art and science, while a revival of Joe Egg is a timely epitaph for Peter Nichols Arts people, and I very much include myself, get bewildered by science. I try to listen to Radio 4’s The Lif...
12:00, 09/14/2019

Tyson to rebuild plant after fire, assures weekly pay for full-time workers U.S. meat processor Tyson Foods Inc said on Monday it will rebuild a Kansas beef plant after a fire heavily damaged the facility last week and that full-time, active employees would be paid weekly until production resumes....
16:00, 08/12/2019

AI Weekly: Proposed ban on facial recognition in public housing points to regulation appetite Facial recognition made headlines again this week after three Congressional lawmakers introduced legislation that would bar it from public housing.Read More...
12:48, 07/26/2019

Scotland collapse, England move on and Totti hits out – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Paolo Bandini and Flo Lloyd-Hughes discuss the latest Women’s World Cup drama, VAR’s increasing prominence, Copa América and a Totti meltdownJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We look back at the last...
17:00, 06/20/2019

Chelsea swagger, Villans become heroes and Spurs v Liverpool – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Paolo Bandini and Philippe Auclair discuss the Europa League final, the Championship play-off final, the Champions League final, Newcastle and a duck-sized Sepp BlatterJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and ema...
19:16, 05/30/2019

Bury, Carabao upsets and the Alexis Sánchez mystery – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Paul MacInnes and Michael Butler discuss the expulsion of Bury from the Football League, midweek fun between second XIs, Chris Smalling and innovative Carabao Cup draw ideasWe look back at the last few days in football...
12:32, 08/29/2019

Spending minimum two hours weekly in nature tied to good health, wellbeing (Reuters Health) - People who experience nature for at least 120 minutes per week are more likely to report good health and psychological wellbeing, a large UK study suggests....
15:00, 06/20/2019

Pope Francis Arrives Late for Weekly Appearance After Getting Stuck in Vatican Elevator (VATICAN CITY) — Where’s the pope? He’s stuck in a Vatican elevator. Thousands of people who were gathered in St. Peter’s Square for the traditional Sunday on-the-dot-of-noon appearance by Pope Francis were watching for the wi...
18:00, 09/01/2019

AI Weekly: Facial recognition policy makers debate temporary moratorium vs. permanent ban While some say facial recognition software can be made to work for everyone, others say it's a "uniquely dangerous and oppressive technology."Read More...
14:32, 05/17/2019

Netflix assures fans its most binge-able shows won’t switch to weekly release schedules Disney’s streaming service will launch in a couple of months and it’s probably the streaming service to get this fall. It’s got a great price that’s cheaper than its main competitors, including Netflix, HBO, and probably Apple...
21:48, 09/04/2019

Manchester City clinch the title to dash Liverpool dreams – Football Weekly Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Jonathan Wilson and Simon Burnton discuss the end of the Premier League title race, a Baku reality check, Hughton gone, excessive punishment and fashion trendsJoin the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and email.We loo...
10:00, 05/13/2019

PRECIOUS-Gold prices edge up ahead of U.S. jobs data, set for 7th weekly gain Gold prices inched up on Friday and were heading for their seventh consecutive weekly gain, with investors waiting for U.S. non-farm payrolls data later in the day for clues on the outlook for interest rate cuts....
23:16, 07/04/2019

CORRECTED-UPDATE 4-Oil rises after U.S. Navy downs Iranian drone; set for weekly fall Oil prices rose on Friday as tensions spiked again in the Middle East after the United States said it had destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz, a major chokepoint for global crude flows....
07:32, 07/19/2019

The new space race – podcast The science writer Philip Ball has always been fascinated by space. He looks at the latest missions to the moon and beyond. And: Carole Cadwalladr on why she used her TED talk to tell tech billionaires they had broken democracyPhilip Ball was six yea...
19:48, 05/06/2019

These Are Our 5 Favorite Podcast Apps Right Now So, you’ve finally decided to get on board and check out some podcasts. Congratulations! You’re in for a treat, if only thanks to the sheer number of shows available to you — there are over 600,000 to choose from. But before you sta...
12:00, 05/09/2019

The crisis in Kashmir – podcast Azhar Farooq and Vidhi Doshi report on the crisis over Kashmir, triggered by the Indian government’s decision to impose direct rule from Delhi. Plus Jason Burke on life in post-Mugabe ZimbabweA communications blackout means accurate, up-to-date infor...
13:03, 08/13/2019

Blockchain as art: Chips with Everything podcast With the launch of the Facebook cryptocurrency Libra, Jordan Erica Webber revisits an old Chips episode looking at how artists are using blockchain to answer the big questions, like ‘what is the value of a human life?’ Continue reading......
09:32, 07/08/2019

What really happens to the waste in your recycling bin? – podcast Recycling is often cited as one of the easiest ways to make a difference to the environment. But does old plastic really get reprocessed into new? Guardian reporters around the world have been investigating what really happens to our waste. Also toda...
07:32, 07/08/2019

Podcast: AVL testing technology in F1 and beyond The latest edition of The Autosport Podcast sheds some light on the remarkable test technology used to enhance cars in Formula 1 and the rest of motorsport, in association with AVL...
05:00, 07/08/2019

Who owns England? – podcast It is a simple question with an incredibly complex answer – not even the Land Registry knows the exact ownership of all parts of the country. Guy Shrubsole set out to solve the mystery. Plus Alex Hern on the police’s use of facial recognition technol...
20:32, 07/04/2019

Facing up to Europe's far right – podcast The EU elections, beginning on 23 May, are a test for Europe’s mainstream parties as populists appear to be gaining momentum with stark anti-immigration campaigns. Anushka Asthana is joined by Jennifer Rankin, Shaun Walker and Angelique Chrisafis to ...
03:00, 05/16/2019

A day of Brexit chaos – podcast Anushka Asthana joins her colleagues in Westminster on a chaotic and extraordinary day in British politics as Theresa May attempted to build support for her Brexit deal while members of her cabinet resigned in protest. Plus: in an exclusive extract f...
21:48, 05/03/2019

'The End of Forgetting': Chips with Everything podcast This week, Jordan Erica Webber talks to Kate Eichhorn about her new book The End of Forgetting: Growing up with Social Media, which explores the dangers facing young people who may find it difficult to distance themselves from their pasts, long into ...
08:16, 08/05/2019

Welcome to McDonald’s. Would You Like a Podcast With Those Fries? With podcasts rising in popularity, it’s no surprise that companies are producing their own. What’s more surprising is that people are actually listening to them....
11:32, 08/20/2019

Why do Dubai's princesses keep trying to run away? – podcast Ola Salem discusses the divorce case of Princess Haya, who fled to London. Why do royal women keep trying to escape the emirate? Plus John Marsden on the growing trend of toxic parenting Over the summer, Princess Haya, the estranged wife of the ruler...
22:32, 09/08/2019

You’re Missing Out on the Best Kind of Podcast Everyone should be listening to an audio drama podcast—the kind of podcast that plays out like theater or movies or TV. Listening to podcasts without any audio dramas like watching TV without ever trying Game of Thrones or Arrested Development or Ora...
16:32, 09/09/2019

How worried should we be about Huawei? – podcast Theresa May has turned to her national security council to help her decide on whether to allow the Chinese firm Huawei to provide parts of Britain’s 5G network. Guardian reporters Rupert Neate, Alex Hern and Tania Branigan discuss the company at the ...
08:32, 05/01/2019

U.S.-based investment-grade bond funds end weekly 2019 inflow streak -Lipper Investors' appetite for risk took a break in the latest week as various asset classes saw net cash withdrawals, against the backdrop of the lingering U.S.-China trade war....
15:48, 05/23/2019

REFILE-UPDATE 1-South Africa's rand set for weekly losses on central bank row, stocks up South Africa's rand firmed in afternoon trade on Friday thanks to a weakening U.S. dollar, but the local currency was on track to end the week on a weaker footing after a row over the central bank's mandate rattled investors, while stocks also gained...
11:00, 06/07/2019

Euro 2020 qualifiers, Inter Ultras and Phil Neville – Football Weekly Extra Faye Carruthers, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Will Unwin discuss the international break, Giggs in trouble, the return of women’s club football, Inter’s Ultras tell Romelu Lukaku what is and isn’t racism and Phil Neville’s confusing public i...
16:16, 09/05/2019

U.S.-based investment-grade bond funds extend 2019's weekly inflow streak Investors put money to work in corporate credit markets in the latest week, with U.S.-based investment-grade corporate bond funds attracting about $3.47 billion in the week ended on Wednesday, the......
13:00, 04/28/2019

Cboe Global Markets to List SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) Monday-Expiring Weekly Options CHICAGO – February 15, 2018 - Cboe Global Markets, Inc. (Cboe: CBOE | Nasdaq: CBOE), one of the world’s largest exchange holding companies, today announced that it plans to list SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (ticker symbol: SPY) options that expire on Monda...
06:32, 05/01/2019

UPDATE 2-U.S.-based investment-grade bond funds end weekly inflows streak -Lipper U.S.-based investment-grade corporate bond funds posted their first weekly outflow since mid-January as the United States and China continued to clash over trade, souring sentiment across financial markets. According to Refinitiv's Lipper researc...
15:48, 05/23/2019

England and Kosovo thrill, Scotland slump and Marvin Sordell – Football Weekly Extra Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertsen and Marvin Sordell discuss England’s 5-3 win, trouble north of the border, Northern Ireland’s stoicism in defeat and Marvin’s decision to retire at the age of 28We look back at the last few days in footb...
11:32, 09/12/2019

Feeling the Heat? Here’s When Fans Can Help—And When They Don’t—According to Science With cities around the world hitting record-breaking temperatures, finding quick and effective ways to cool off has become a top priority. Air-conditioning is a great option, but not every country can afford or sustain the energy infrastructure requi...
19:48, 08/06/2019

Why did last night’s ‘Game of Thrones’ look so bad? Here comes the science! Last night’s episode of “Game of Thrones” was a wild ride and inarguably one of an epic show’s more epic moments — if you could see it through the dark and the blotchy video. It turns out even one of the most expensive and met...
23:00, 04/29/2019

Asking the biggest questions is the very essence of science New Scientist is kicking off a new series of articles entitled The Biq Question to attempt to answer the unanswerable and crack open life's greatest puzzles...
10:00, 04/28/2019

Super Awesome Science Show: Me, myself and AI On this week's Super Awesome Science Show, we’re going to explore how AI is involved in health care and the pitfalls that prevent our complete acceptance of the technology in public health....
12:48, 06/04/2019

For Christian Yelich, hitting is far from a science In this age of technicality — spread your feet, bend your knees, lower your hands, shorten your stride — the reigning NL MVP doesn’t regard it. And the results speak for themselves....
08:00, 08/28/2019

Balancing game economies is an art and a science Game economies are a delicate thing. It doesn’t take much to break them. We recently held a breakfast to address how to keep developers and players happy.Read More...
23:48, 09/14/2019

Most atheists believe in the supernatural, despite trusting science While atheists say they don't believe in a god, a survey has found that the majority hold at least one supernatural belief, such as life after death or reincarnation...
09:32, 05/30/2019

Computer Science's Gender Gap Will Take More Than A Century To Fix The gender gap in computer science research won’t reach equality for more than a century, according to new research released Friday that showed computer science isn’t just lagging behind, it’s also going in the wrong direction.Read more......
15:48, 06/21/2019

Ann Widdecombe says science may 'produce an answer' to being gay Brexit party MEP sparks anger by claiming people may one day be able to switch sexualityAnn Widdecombe has come under fire after she suggested science might one day “produce an answer” to being gay.The Brexit party MEP said she had once pointed out t...
15:16, 06/02/2019

How to pick the best approach to data science (fyi, there are three) As companies place an increasing premium on data science, there is some debate about which approach is best to adopt — and there is no straight up, one-size-fits-all answer. It really depends on your organization’s needs and what you hope to accompli...
09:32, 06/19/2019

Science Has Perfected Ferrari's 458 Italia Ferrari never sold the exquisite 458 Italia you could shake hands with, and that’s an absolute travesty. The chassis and engine combination may be one of Ferrari’s best of all time, and while the paddle shift is quick and good, it can’t possibly hold...
21:48, 06/06/2019

Father-son duo is 3D printing a Lamborghini for science For most people, dreaming about owning a Lamborghini is about as close as they’ll realistically get to having one in their driveway. Supercars are pricey and not terribly practical, but that doesn’t make them any less desirable, so physic...
23:16, 07/08/2019

The story of Grenfell United – podcast Natasha Elcock and Ed Daffarn escaped from Grenfell Tower on 14 June 2017. Karim Mussilhy’s uncle died in the fire. Together with other survivors and bereaved people, they formed Grenfell United. They talk about their work over the past two years, wh...
04:00, 06/14/2019

Wiggins podcast: Bernal is the future "Egan Bernal is the future of Team Ineos, and the 2019 Tour de France looks likely now to be his first crown. Subscribe to The Bradley Wiggins Show podcast for all the latest drama and reaction from the Tour de France!"...
07:48, 07/27/2019

Wait, There’s More podcast: Meddling with elections Craig Silverman, a media editor from Buzzfeed News, talks to Tamara Khandaker on the 'Wait, There’s More' podcast about media manipulation and online disinformation....
09:32, 06/13/2019

Police chases: are they worth it? – podcast The public expect police to pursue bad guys, but a shocking tally of recent deaths has exposed the risks involved. Tom Lamont discusses how the death of Matthew Seddon could change how we think about police chases. And: Sirin Kale on sexist dress cod...
19:16, 07/14/2019

Listen to the Talking Tech podcast Your guide to the latest tech news and analysis, with Jefferson Graham's daily podcast, available on Apple and Google Podcasts, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Spotify and more.        ...
10:32, 04/28/2019

Siri, are you listening? Chips with Everything podcast This week Jordan Erica Webber is joined by Alex Hern, as they look at the scandal that rocked the voice assistant world, and ask whether or not we can trust that voice assistants aren’t eavesdropping on our most private moments Continue reading......
22:32, 09/08/2019

The Jeffrey Epstein scandal - podcast The financier Jeffrey Epstein is back in court on charges of the sex trafficking of minors. Vicky Ward and Ed Pilkington discuss his case. Plus: Aditya Chakrabortty wonders why the French super-rich who promised to donate to Notre Dame haven’t paid u...
21:32, 07/18/2019

AP Top 25 Podcast: UConn back to Big East; Why, what’s next? UConn is leaving the American Athletic Conference and rejoining the Big East, hoping to revive its basketball and keep its football team from sinking further into hopelessness. On the latest AP Top 25 College Football Podcast , Neill Ostrout, longtim...
12:16, 06/26/2019

Tennis Legends Podcast undecided whether ‘Big Three’ are the best-ever "Mats Wilander, Boris Becker, Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe discussed whether Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal are the best-ever in the latest episode of the Tennis Legends Podcast."...
10:32, 08/31/2019

History of the ’90s podcast: ‘The Lion King’ Despite several obstacles, Disney's original 'Lion King' was a massive hit, making nearly $1 billion at the box office and winning several awards, including two Oscars....
06:00, 07/24/2019

The Venezuela uprising: the story so far – podcast Nicolás Maduro appeared on the brink of being forced from power in an uprising plotted by the opposition leader, Juan Guaidó. But key figures stayed loyal, allowing the president to begin reprisals. Tom Phillips in Caracas has watched it play out. Pl...
22:16, 05/13/2019

Is YouTube proud? – Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber looks at why some people, such as Carlos Maza, say YouTube needs to do more to protect minorities from hate speech. The Guardian’s UK technology editor, Alex Hern, joins in on the conversation Continue reading......
22:16, 06/30/2019

Autosport Podcast: Has Formula E become too random? The 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E season has featured eight different winners from the first eight races, with seven different teams sharing that success...
06:48, 05/06/2019

Reporting from the eye of a political storm – podcast Anushka Asthana follows the Guardian’s political correspondents in Westminster as they attempt to make sense of another seismic week in British politics, with Boris Johnson losing his fragile majority and calling for MPs to allow him an election. Plu...
06:48, 09/05/2019

Marketers Turn Up Podcast Advertising Podcasters continue to find growing interest from marketers, but their growth remains constrained by factors including a lack of independent audience benchmarks....
08:32, 06/03/2019

How dangerous is chlorinated chicken? - podcast Chlorine-washed chicken from the US has become a totemic issue in the post-Brexit trade deals Britain could look to secure. But is it unsafe? And what does it say about the different attitudes to food production on either side of the Atlantic? Also t...
01:32, 09/17/2019

Turning off the internet: Chips with Everything podcast Kashmiris have not had access to the internet for nearly a month. The blackout, from the start of August, is the 77th of the year so far in India. Jordan Erica Webber looks at the personal, legal and societal fallout of government-ordered shutdowns a...
22:32, 09/01/2019

Change UK: how not to set up a political party – podcast With six of its 11 MPs having quit, Heather Stewart, the Guardian’s political editor, charts what went wrong. Plus Damian Carrington on plant extinctions In February 2019, seven MPs resigned from the Labour party and formed the Independent Group. Day...
23:48, 06/11/2019

Learn how to start a podcast from NPR producers for under $20 Admit it: you’ve definitely considered starting your own podcast. It’s not as far-fetched an idea as you might think. With more than half the people in the United States listening to podcasts in 2019, and about one in three listening to one every mon...
08:48, 09/03/2019

Are non-disclosure agreements out of control? – podcast Zelda Perkins worked for Harvey Weinstein in her early 20s. She signed a non-disclosure agreement when she left his company, but 20 years later decided to break it when allegations about the film producer’s behaviour became public. She has subsequent...
19:16, 05/02/2019

Becoming a modern-day cyborg: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber talks to the co-host of Grindfest, a festival for which dozens of fans of a type of body modification called ‘grinding’ travelled to the Tehachapi mountains in CaliforniaHumans have been using technology to alter their bodies for ...
06:32, 05/13/2019

Can anything stop Boris Johnson? – podcast The Tory leadership hopeful has spent the past three days avoiding questions on why the police were called to his home after an altercation with his partner. But will questions about Johnson’s previous behaviour and character damage his chances of be...
20:16, 06/24/2019

How to Create a Great Podcast, According to the Professionals Starting your own podcast is hard. Making your podcast better is even harder. And a lot of advice out there is too vague. How do you make it more interesting? How do you identify your target audience? So we asked 14 successful podcasters one question...
15:00, 06/17/2019

Pocketful of data: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber and Graihagh Jackson team up for the latest instalment of Science with Everything to look at the history and potential future of weather forecasting Continue reading......
00:32, 05/27/2019

Podcast: A look inside 'At the Heart of Gold' Ahead of the premiere of the HBO documentary film "At the Heart of Gold," detailing the Larry Nasser case and examining the abuse in U.S. women's gymnastics, Reuters talked to producers Dr. Steven Ungerleider and David Ulich on how the documentary ca...
20:16, 05/02/2019

Mum and me: a story of immigration and integration | Podcast Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty, the son of two Indian immigrants, explains why he felt so frustrated with a recent report from Tony Blair’s thinktank. And Katharine Murphy looks ahead to Australia’s imminent electionGuardian columnist Aditya ...
01:48, 05/17/2019

What is the future for Sir Philip Green? – podcast As Sir Philip Green’s retail empire faces the prospect of entering administration, putting 18,000 jobs at risk, the Guardian business reporter Sarah Butler discusses how we got here. Plus: Sadiq Khan responds to being called a loser by Donald TrumpIt...
21:00, 06/04/2019

Podcast: How to win the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours Ahead of the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours track action beginning, Corvette GTLM driver Oliver Gavin joins host Edd Straw and sportscar expert Gary Watkins on a special Autosport podcast...
03:48, 06/12/2019

What has changed since the Stonewall rebellion? – podcast The Stonewall rebellion in 1969 started a revolution in LGBT rights in the US. Ed Pilkington revisits the story 50 years on with those who were there. Plus: Lucy Seigle on the rise of fast fashionOn the evening of 27 June 1969, gay men and their tran...
22:48, 06/23/2019

Ebola is back – can it be contained? – podcast The current outbreak of the deadly virus in the DRC has been called the most complex public health emergency in history. Peter Beaumont describes his recent visit to the DRC and Sarah Boseley discusses how the 2014 outbreak was eventually contained. ...
21:48, 06/25/2019

US weekly jobless claims unexpectedly rise, sparking fears the labor market is losing steam First-time claims for state unemployment benefits were expected to total 216,000, down slightly from the 218,000 claims reported for the previous week....
21:16, 06/13/2019

Disturbing Teen Trend: Adolescents Across The Country Are Getting Together WEEKLY to Worship A Dead Man Named Jesus Christ Parents, beware: A terrifying new trend is sweeping the nation, and your child could be the next to participate. Adolescents across the country are getting together WEEKLY to worship a dead man known as “Jesus Christ.”...
13:32, 08/30/2019

U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds post largest weekly outflow since October U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds posted more than $4 billion of outflows in the week ended Wednesday, the largest weekly cash withdrawals since October 2018, according to Refinitiv's Lipper......
18:16, 08/08/2019

U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds post largest weekly outflow since Oct. 2018 U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds posted more than $4 billion of outflows in the week ended Wednesday, the largest weekly cash withdrawals since October 2018, according to Refinitiv's Lipper data....
13:48, 08/08/2019

German AI professor wins top science prize Bernhard Schölkopf of the Max Planck Society was awarded the prestigious Körber Prize on Friday. The professor was honored for his work in the field of artificial intelligence....
04:32, 09/14/2019

How Wearing Sunglasses Actually Impacts Your Eyes, According to Science When most people think about sun-related damage, they probably worry about their skin. But the sun’s ultraviolet rays also pose a threat to a person’s eyes. According to a 2014 study funded by the U.S. National Eye Institute, part of the ...
17:00, 08/26/2019

Thunberg: Trump should listen to climate science Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has a message for Donald Trump - listen to the science about climate change. (Aug. 28)        ...
00:32, 08/29/2019

The science behind Andrew Luck's shock NFL farewell We often look at professional athletes with awe and envy, endowed with genetic gifts most can only wonder at possessing. But those gifts often come with a priceAndrew Luck is human, with tendons and cartilage that can tear and bones that can break. T...
12:00, 08/26/2019

No, this AI hasn’t mastered eighth-grade science Researchers at the Allen Institute for AI have engineered a brilliant mash-up of natural language processing techniques that gets high scores on Regents exam questions for high school science, but the software is not really learning science in the se...
17:17, 09/05/2019

YouTube science videos: The channels you should subscribe to Meet the science YouTubers Simon Clark, Inés Dawson, Simone Giertz and more who make videos spanning rubbish robots, Star Wars planets and hijacking a Bieber hit...
10:00, 04/28/2019

Why Ian McEwan doesn’t see his latest novel as being science fiction What would the 1980s have been like if Alan Turing had lived? Ian McEwan talks about his exploration of a speculative past for AI in his novel Machines Like Me...
10:00, 04/28/2019

RPS 2019 science photographer of the year – shortlist The shortlist for the Royal Photographic Society’s science photographer of the year competition will be exhibited at the Science Museum in London from 7 October until 5 January. The competition was open to all ages and levels of expertise and the win...
00:16, 08/14/2019

Who can convince those who reject climate science? Maybe their kids Enlarge / Give kids something to talk about, and they'll take it home with them. (credit: Courtney Celley/USFWS) There are significant generational differences when it comes to opinions on climate change in the US. Students are more open to learnin...
13:32, 05/08/2019

Science on safety of chlorinated chicken 'misunderstood' Government’s assurances that there are no health problems are misleading, say food policy expertsThe government has misunderstood the science on the safety of chlorinated chicken, a group of senior food policy experts has said.It has also failed to g...
22:32, 09/12/2019

How HoloLens is helping advance the science of spaceflight AR headsets haven't exactly caught on with the general public -- especially after the Google Glass debacle. Mixed reality technology has garnered a sizable amount of interest in a variety of professional industries, though, from medicine and edu...
09:16, 07/20/2019

This Is Easily the Best Correction in Science Publishing This Month Science journalists around the world received one of the silliest corrections yet in our inbox over the weekend, and I would like to share it here with you.Read more......
03:32, 05/21/2019

Building a community for statistics and data science at MIT and beyond As a focal point for statistics at MIT, the Statistics and Data Science Center (SDSC) reflects the unique nature of statistics at MIT: steeped in cutting-edge computation, with both theoretical explorations and novel applications across departments a...
13:48, 05/10/2019

Science Museum workers across England strike over low pay Below-inflation pay rises have left staff with 13% real-terms wage cut since 2010, says unionStaff at Science Museum sites across England have begun a 24-hour strike in protest over low pay.The action comes after the group’s directors refused to incr...
06:00, 08/30/2019

The psychedelic science behind dreamy new Netflix hit, Maniac Emma Stone and Jonah Hill cavort in multiple roles in a show exploring the use of hallucinogenic drugs to treat mental trauma and psychological disorders...
09:48, 04/28/2019

Mixed results for science in the US midterm elections A climate change denier is no longer to head House science committee, but Washington state voters reject carbon tax and Arizona blocks renewable energy boost...
09:48, 04/28/2019

Don't miss: Armstrong, the science of music and codebreaking This week, check out the latest film on the moon landings, try some physics karaoke and visit the Science Museum’s display on codebreaking down the ages...
10:01, 07/06/2019

How the Universe Came to Be: The Bible and Science Finally in Accord? For most of our history, scientists have primarily believed that the universe is eternal and unchanging. Aristotle in the fourth century BC asserted that the world is without beginning or end. But this view was not without direct opponents who believ...
01:48, 06/06/2019

The Cold War Project That Pulled Climate Science From the Ice A top secret US nuke installation in Greenland was supposed to end with 600 missiles aimed at the USSR. Instead it opened the door to a huge breakthrough in climate research....
07:16, 06/12/2019

Encourage Young Girls to 'Do' Science Rather Than 'Be' Scientists Today’s girls are seeing more images of women in STEM careers, and it’s wonderful. Right now, I’m looking at these illustrated posters of women innovators from the group Women You Should Know: there’s Maria da Penha, a biopharmacist and human rights ...
15:00, 06/17/2019

Mars Science Lab launch delayed two years NASA's launch of the Mars Science Laboratory -- hampered by technical difficulties and cost overruns -- has been delayed until the fall of 2011, NASA officials said at a news conference Thursday in Washington....
16:48, 04/28/2019

The Woman Who Turned Psychological Testing Into a Science “I don’t have time for this,” psychologist Anne Anastasi reportedly said in 1987, before hanging up the phone on a call from Ronald Reagan’s White House. The call, according to Harold Takooshian, a psychology professor at Fordham University, was to i...
10:48, 08/02/2019

‘Perhaps the most important isotope’: how carbon-14 revolutionised science The discovery that carbon atoms act as a marker of time of death transformed everything from biochemistry to oceanography – but the breakthrough nearly didn’t happenMartin Kamen had worked for three days and three nights without sleep. The US chemist...
11:48, 08/10/2019

23 health and science books you should read this summer Flickr/Butz.2013 Each year, STAT publishes a list of summer book recommendations for those interested in health and science. This year's list includes "How to Change Your Mind," Michael Pollan's book on the the science of psychedelics, and "Vaccinat...
15:00, 06/25/2019

Making a pickle-infused cake, for science Although I haven't had any formal training as a chef, I consider myself an above-average eater. So when I was presented with a whipping siphon -- the ruffian responsible for the foam craze that once plagued high-end restaurants and now appears i...
07:16, 05/04/2019

Waterfall illusion: the science behind why still objects sometime appear to move Humans are fascinated by visual illusions, which occur when there is a mismatch between the pattern of light that falls on the retina, and what we perceive. Before books, films, and the internet allowed illusions to be shared widely, people were capt...
08:32, 06/29/2019

10 year challenge: How science and the world have changed The last 10 years have seen amazing advances in science and technology – and stark damage to the world we live in. Like a lot of people on social media we thought we'd take a look back at the last ten years in science and New Scientist...
11:32, 04/28/2019

Catalyze your data science education with this $20 bundle Over six courses packed with 130 hours of training, this is where to start understanding today’s data revolution. From key programming disciplines like Python and R Programming to some of the more critical data analysis tools like Hadoop, this traini...
06:48, 05/28/2019

The science of influencing people: six ways to win an argument Hidebound views on subjects such as the climate crisis and Brexit are the norm – but the appliance of science may sway stubborn opinions“I am quite sure now that often, very often, in matters of religion and politics a man’s reasoning powers are not ...
02:16, 06/30/2019

The science of senolytics: how a new pill could spell the end of ageing A simple treatment to stave off the health problems of old age could be available in five to 12 years. Here’s how it would workThe science of extending life is a subject of morbid fascination, conjuring the image of old billionaires being cryogenical...
06:32, 09/02/2019

Apollo 11's astronauts snapped photos for science. Then came MTV The Apollo 11 astronauts who made mankind's first visit to the moon 50 years ago were trained in how to take pictures for science. Back on Earth, some of those photos became pop culture touchstones....
09:16, 07/17/2019

How Rich Donors Like Epstein (and Others) Undermine Science MIT’s Media Lab, Harvard, Stanford, hospitals—they all take money from donors. Whether it's to truly help the world, or merely burnish a reputation, the money nevertheless bends the arc of the innovation universe....
15:16, 09/15/2019

What the Science Really Says About Grilled Meat and Cancer Risk As backyard cookout season kicks into high gear, many people may be eyeing their sizzling burgers and dogs with suspicion. And for good reason: a number of studies published in the past two decades have turned up evidence that eating charred, smoked,...
17:32, 06/25/2019

Prep for a career in data science with this $31 bundle It's no secret that today's businesses rely on data to guide their decisions. Unfortunately, much of that data remains unstructured, scattered like hidden gems squirreled away in unremarkable servers and data dumps. For the keys to unlocking all thos...
10:48, 07/02/2019

Gotta catch 'em all … in your sleep: Chips with Everything podcast The Pokémon Company has announced the 2020 launch of Pokémon Sleep, a mobile game that will reward users based on how well they slumber. Jordan Erica Webber looks at why sleep experts are worried about the idea. She is joined by Dale Berning Sawa and...
05:32, 06/17/2019

The death of iTunes... kind of: Chips with Everything podcast The Guardian’s UK tech editor, Alex Hern, joins Jordan Erica Webber to discuss the imminent end to the iTunes store as we know it. They also take a nostalgic look at some of the other software we’ve lost Continue reading......
10:00, 08/26/2019

From bootcamp to burnout: how to make it as a YouTuber – podcast Young stars on the Google-owned site can become multi-millionaires almost overnight but controversy has stalked every stage of YouTube’s growth. Plus: Amelia Abraham on rising LGBT hate crimesThe phenomenal success of Google’s video-sharing website Y...
22:16, 06/16/2019

Nighttime podcast recap: Storming Area 51 On the latest 'Nighttime' podcast episode, host Jordan Bonaparte takes a look at the recent viral push to storm Area 51 and liberate the aliens some believe are hidden inside....
12:48, 07/23/2019

Kyrgios rips into Djokovic, Nadal in podcast "Australia\u0027s Nick Kyrgios has branded Rafa Nadal a sore loser, the Spaniard\u0027s uncle Toni an \"idiot\" and said world number one Novak Djokovic has a \"sick obsession\" with being liked in a podcast certain to ruffle feathers ahead of the Fr...
00:48, 05/16/2019

Technology is messing with our emotions: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber chats to the authors of a new book which looks into why human emotions have changed so drastically in the last couple of centuriesSusan Matt is a professor of history at Weber State University in Utah. She recently collaborated wi...
07:00, 05/20/2019

Back to school after a decade of austerity - podcast As the chancellor, Sajid Javid, gears up for what could be a pre-election spending review, education correspondent Sally Weale tells Anushka Asthana how nearly 10 years of government cutbacks in school funding have fed through to the classroom. Plus ...
04:16, 09/04/2019

Why do so many people still believe the moon landings were a hoax? – podcast On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission that first put humans on the moon, Richard Godwin explores why conspiracy theories about the landings still endure. Plus Geoff Andrews on his part in the Guardian’s lunar front page from 1969 – and how...
21:16, 07/16/2019

Autosport Podcast: Is W Series conquering its sceptics? As the all-female W Series made its on-track debut at Hockenheim last weekend, the media interest and public reception was as intriguing as the competition itself...
01:32, 05/09/2019

Wiggins podcast: 'Roglic is too hot to win the Giro - Yates is right in there' "Primoz Roglic has come into the Giro d’Italia “too hot”, leaving Simon Yates as the GC favourite, according to Simon Gerrans on the latest episode of The Bradley Wiggins Show."...
02:32, 05/13/2019

Gaming for abortion rights: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber talks to Laura Hudson, who wrote about video game producers making games that present players with situations where a character might choose to have an abortion. She also chats to Mary Flanagan of Tiltfactor about the potential im...
01:32, 07/22/2019

Wiggins bonus podcast: Alaphilippe in control - so is that it for G? "Despite suffering on the Tourmalet on a brutal Stage 14 of the 2019 Tour de France on Saturday, Geraint Thomas is still in with a shout of retaining his yellow jersey, according to Bradley Wiggins."...
18:00, 07/20/2019

Cybersecurity and makeup tutorials: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber chats to Addie Wagenknecht, who is using the YouTube algorithm to her advantage by teaching cybersecurity tips while reviewing beauty products Continue reading......
11:48, 06/10/2019

'Dateline' debuts the true crime podcast it should've had all along The NBC News true crime series Dateline is muscling into Serial's territory for its latest story, as it has released a podcast. The show is called 13 Alibis, and it tells the tale of Richard Rosario, a man who served 20 years in prison for murde...
18:48, 05/16/2019

‘Limetown’ trailer shows Facebook’s take on the hit podcast The first trailer for the Facebook Watch mystery series Limetown is now available. The 10-episode series is based on the popular podcast by the same name. The show stars and was executive produced by Jessica Biel, and it premieres at the Toronto Inte...
19:48, 09/06/2019

YouTube summer camps: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber is joined by Richard Sprenger, who recently went to Los Angeles to learn more about a new summer camp that aims to teach six to 10-year-olds how to become the next YouTube sensation. Continue reading......
23:48, 09/15/2019

Spotify experiments with curated podcast playlists Beginning today, a handful of Spotify users will see curated podcast playlists in their accounts. According to The Verge, the playlists are an experiment to help Spotify understand how it can help users discover new shows. The hand-picked lists will....
08:32, 06/04/2019

AP Top 25 Podcast: UConn back to Big East; Why, what's next? UConn is leaving the American Athletic Conference and re-joining the Big East, hoping to revive its basketball and keep its football team from sinking further into hopelessness       ...
12:16, 06/26/2019

A 2,000km journey through the Amazon rainforest - podcast Tom Phillips describes his recent Amazon trip and examines the impact of the new era of wrecking ushered in by Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro. Also, Rhik Samadder on coping with depression when your job involves trying to amuse peopleAfter Brazil...
20:01, 09/12/2019

Wait, There’s More podcast: The media and the Trump bump Host Tamara Khandaker speaks with Neal Rothschild of Axios about the decline of the Trump bump in media coverage and also previews the first Democratic debate....
18:32, 06/26/2019

Entercom Communications to Acquire Two Podcast Companies Entercom Communications has reached deals for a pair of podcast companies, moving the second-largest U.S. radio broadcaster by revenue more heavily into the nascent business....
17:16, 08/07/2019

Autosport Podcast: What to expect from the 2019 Indy 500 Fernando Alonso did not qualify for the 2019 Indianapolis 500. But 33 drivers ranging from rookies to past winners did and will contest IndyCar's greatest race on Sunday...
01:32, 05/23/2019

The Best Way to Record a Remote Podcast Guest or Co-Host You know what’s annoying? Tuning in to a podcast that advertises a really great guest, only to find that the whole 30-minute interview with that guest is a phone recording....
12:00, 06/06/2019

Pam and Angela from The Office are re-watching the show for their new podcast I’m currently on my 25th or so re-watch of NBC’s hit mockumentary series, The Office, and it’s not because I didn’t get all the jokes the first 24 times. The show is pure comedy gold, thanks in no small part to its phenomenal cast. Now, six years sin...
07:00, 09/12/2019

What happens to a place when its steel industry collapses – podcast The announcement that British Steel was entering insolvency came as a hammer blow to Scunthorpe, where it employs 5,000 people. It has become a familiar story in recent years, and Helen Pidd returns to Redcar, which lost the majority of its steelwork...
19:16, 05/28/2019

'It's all gone': how Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas - podcast Oliver Laughland tells Rachel Humphrys about the destruction he witnessed in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Also today: Chris Hanretty on the Scottish court’s ruling that the British government’s suspension of parliament was unlawf...
00:02, 09/12/2019

Meeting your Islamophobic troll: Chips with Everything podcast A couple of years ago, Hussein Kesvani started receiving anti-Islam messages from a Twitter account called True Brit. A few months later, he travelled to meet the man behind the account. Jordan Erica Webber chats to him about what that was like, as w...
01:00, 06/03/2019

Boris Johnson's Brexit cabinet – podcast Jonathan Freedland talks about Boris Johnson’s brutal cabinet reshuffle which brings the members of the victorious Brexit campaign into the heart of government. And: Laura Snapes on the nominations for the Mercury music prizeIt was one of the most sw...
08:48, 07/27/2019

Popular podcast app Pocket Casts is now available for free We're big fans of Pocket Casts here at Engadget. The podcast app is arguably the best option for listening to the regular episodic content, keeping them all organized and easily finding what you're looking for. Until now, you had to pay a o...
05:32, 09/18/2019

Spotify is testing podcast suggestions for your commute In the past couple months, Spotify has doubled down on its podcasting efforts. It's invested hundreds of millions and acquired Gimlet, Anchor and Parcast. One thing the company lacks is a way to recommend podcasts to its audiences. But, accordin...
16:32, 05/01/2019

The price of being a ransomware hero: Chips with Everything podcast Jordan Erica Webber chats to Fabian Wosar, a renowned anti-ransomware expert, who has worked on thousands of cases during his career. The victims that Fabian helps love him. The ransomware hackers he thwarts – not so much. He talks about the sacrific...
09:48, 07/29/2019

Wiggins podcast: 'Team Sky have dehumanised cycling' "Team Sky’s ruthless domination has \"dehumanised\" cycling, according to Bradley Wiggins, with their inexperienced team at the Giro d’Italia allowing for a far more \"emotional\" race."...
03:48, 05/27/2019

China's forgotten protesters: the other Tiananmens | podcast Hundreds of Chinese cities were involved in the student-led demos in 1989. The Guardian’s Lily Kuo discusses the uprisings outside of Beijing. Plus: Patrick Wintour on Saudi Arabia’s hand in Sudan’s military crackdownZhou Guocong who lived on the out...
20:48, 06/05/2019

Is a new generation taking over the Democratic party? – podcast Kamala Harris was the big winner of the first round of Democratic party debates in the US. This week, her poll numbers surged and so did donations to her campaign. But as Lauren Gambino in Washington notes, it was bad news for the frontrunners as Joe...
01:16, 07/04/2019

Wiggins podcast: Thomas and Froome will both win Tour again "Geraint Thomas and Chris Froome both have another Tour de France triumph in their careers, according to Bradley Wiggins. Subscribe to The Bradley Wiggins Show podcast for all the latest drama and reaction from the Tour de France!"...
00:48, 07/30/2019

Meghan: why all the hate against the Duchess of Sussex? – podcast Victoria Murphy on why Meghan has been subjected to a sustained campaign of criticism from sections of the media and the British public. Plus: Malachi O’Doherty on 50 years since the start of the TroublesThe outpouring of bile against the Duchess of ...
13:03, 08/13/2019

Accused of cheating: another immigration scandal? – podcast Amelia Gentleman discusses the immigration scandal in which the Home Office has accused 34,000 international students of cheating in English language tests. And: Magid Magid, the 29-year old lord mayor of Sheffield, who is stepping down to run as a G...
08:32, 05/01/2019

Netflix releases 'Always Be My Maybe' director's commentary podcast Always Be My Maybe has been one of the most-discussed Netflix projects over the last month or so, with the charming romcom seemingly picking up a legion of fans. Admirers might be keen to learn a bit more about the making of the film, so Netflix has....
17:32, 07/03/2019

Overcast can create clips from any public podcast It can be a headache to share a favorite podcast moment with your friends. Unless you're willing to dive into the file with a media editor, you'll usually have to share the whole episode and make a note of the time. Overcast, however, might...
18:32, 04/28/2019

Julian Assange and the story of WikiLeaks – podcast Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, has been sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching bail conditions after spending almost seven years inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Today, he has an extradition hearing, which could conclude wit...
20:32, 05/01/2019

Why is cocaine washing up on the beaches of Fiji? – podcast A multibillion-dollar operation involving cocaine and methamphetamines is having a major impact on islands in the Pacific. Kate Lyons travelled to Fiji to investigate. Plus: John Harris on Facebook’s cryptocurrencyLast year, 120 bricks of cocaine, ea...
21:48, 06/30/2019

Autosport Podcast: Remembering F1's Roland Ratzenberger Roland Ratzenberger, who lost his life 25 years ago after crashing during the Imola Formula 1 weekend, is remembered in the latest edition of The Autosport Podcast...
08:00, 05/02/2019

Bill and Chelsea Clinton are starting a podcast The Clintons are getting into podcasting. Former president Bill and his daughter Chelsea, the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, have revealed they're starting a show called Why Am I Telling You This?. It'll include conversations with th...
14:00, 05/02/2019

UNcomplicating the UN: a new podcast is born over coffee in New York This week, just in time for #UNGA74, UN News is launching a brand-new podcast which grew out of a conversation in a coffee shop, between our hosts, Sinduja Srinivasan, and Jason DeWall....
23:01, 09/12/2019

Google's problem with AI and ethics: Chips With Everything podcast After Google’s decision to scrap its new AI ethics council, Jordan Erica Webber revisits a Chips episode from last summer that looked at Google’s AI objectivesAt the end of March, Google launched a group to advise on ethical issues around artificial ...
22:48, 05/05/2019

Why are the best footballers in the world suing their bosses? – podcast The Women’s World Cup is nearing the knockout stages, with the tournament favourites, the US, in blistering form. But back home, the players are taking on their governing body in a gender equality lawsuit that could have huge implications for women’s...
20:00, 06/19/2019

Any Other Business: A new politics podcast where Brexit is banned Does the thought of a facilitated customs arrangement make your eyes glaze over? Are you flummoxed by Norway, Norway Plus and Norway For Now? Are you (dare I say it) bored of Brexit?...
02:00, 05/22/2019

‘There is an acceptance of losing’ – Tennis Legends Podcast on ‘Big Three’ "Boris Becker, Mats Wilander, Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe sit down at the US Open to debate whether Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are the best-ever (21:00), why the younger generation are struggling to keep pace (23:00), earning resp...
05:16, 09/07/2019

Stop and search is discriminatory, so why is it on the rise? – podcast The first stop and search Jamal ever experienced was when he was 11 years old. Now, at 24, he has been stopped numerous times. Most recently, a stop became aggressive and he was hit in the face with handcuffs, but was charged and convicted with assau...
22:16, 07/11/2019

Nighttime podcast recap: The legend of ‘Glove Guy’ When host Jordan Bonaparte first heard of Halifax's "Glove Guy," he immediately dismissed it as untrue or an exaggeration. His initial conclusion couldn't have been more wrong....
22:00, 05/31/2019

Is the podcast gold rush nearly over? Advertisers are re-evaluating Brand advertisers are jumping on podcasts like crazy, but if you want scale, performance, and accurate ROI measurement on your spend, you won't find it.Read More...
12:01, 09/10/2019

How My Private Grief Inspired My Podcast On Fatherlessness "Having felt that my fatherlessness had left me lost, foggy and drifting, I became interested in how someone could channel their grief into direction and purpose"...
11:48, 08/04/2019

Precious metal funds reap fourth biggest weekly inflows as investors play safe: BAML Precious metal funds recorded the fourth-largest inflows ever in the week to Wednesday and investment-grade funds sucked in money, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on Friday, as rising trade......
04:48, 08/10/2019

UPDATE 1-U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds post largest weekly outflow since October U.S.-based high-yield junk bond funds posted more than $4 billion of outflows in the week ended Wednesday, the largest weekly cash withdrawals since October 2018, according to Refinitiv's Lipper data, triggered by an escalating trade war between Chin...
14:48, 08/08/2019

SpaceX will launch Bill Nye's science experiment into orbit A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful launch vehicle in the world, is standing on a pad in Florida ready to make the "most difficult launch" the rocket company has ever attempted, according to CEO Elon Musk....
20:16, 06/24/2019

Dani Shapiro: ‘Science will bring an end to these family secrets’ As a young Jewish girl, Dani Shapiro always felt different. Years later she found out why… She reveals what she learned about family, identity – and the hard truths of DNA testsTake a look at your reflection. What do you see? Who do you think you are...
08:32, 06/09/2019

Jeffrey Epstein Sure Had Some Extremely Disturbing Thoughts on Science Jeffrey Epstein—the billionaire investor facing charges of sex trafficking dozens of underage girls and who hobnobbed with the rich and powerful including multiple presidents—sure had a lot of thoughts about science. Specifically, disturbing ones con...
10:48, 08/01/2019

Science deals a setback to Obamacare's transgender rule As hard as the social justice movement tries to erase the meaning of words as we all know them, we're not quite there yet and the Trump administration's reversal of an Obama-era rule on healthcare demonstrated that on Friday....
11:00, 05/24/2019

Dying the Christian Science way: the horror of my father’s last days The anti-medical dogma of Christian Science led my father to an agonising death. Now the church itself is in decline – and it can’t happen fast enough. By Caroline FraserWhen I was a baby, my grandfather delighted me by playing a game. He made a fist...
20:16, 08/06/2019

Anime's Bloody Nose Trope Isn't Backed By Science In anime and manga, when characters get excited—often sexually excited—blood dribbles or squirts out of their noses. But is this backed by medical science? Nope!...
12:00, 08/14/2019

Science could learn a lot from Mona Chalabi’s mischievous chart art Mona Chalabi's work is a compelling mix of illustration with a journalistic work ethic and a rigorous approach to statistics. The science and art worlds could do with more of this "TMI Queen"...
11:00, 06/04/2019

Are Paint Fumes a Health Concern? Here’s What the Latest Science Says If you’re one of the many homeowners considering using this summer to repaint your house or apartment, you might have been concerned to hear that, according to a just-published study in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine, women e...
06:00, 07/05/2019

'Heartbeat' Bills Get the Science of Fetal Heartbeats All Wrong Anti-abortion laws lean on the heartbeat as a defining moment of aliveness. But at six weeks, it indicates little more than cells and electrical activity....
03:34, 05/14/2019

Science says parents of successful kids have these 23 things in common Clive Rose/Getty Images Good parents want their children to grow up and do amazing things with their lives. While there are several factors that affect a child's development, most of it comes down to the parents. These factors and techniques are a g...
14:48, 05/23/2019

How NASA Sold the Science and Glamour of Space Travel At the time of the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission, some Americans had reservations about the wisdom of reaching for the stars when troubles swelled on Earth....
17:48, 06/23/2019

Science of anger: how gender, age and personality shape this emotion What purpose does anger serve? Are men angrier than women? Can it affect our mental wellbeing? Science is beginning to uncover some of the answersAnger is the flash of fire that sparks in your brain when you feel you have been shortchanged. Perhaps a...
02:32, 05/12/2019

Two tactics effectively limit the spread of science denialism Debunking the flat Earth is a relatively easy task. (credit: NASA) “Vaccines are safe and effective,” write researchers Philipp Schmid and Cornelia Betsch in a paper published in Nature Human Behavior this week. “Humans cause global warming. Evolut...
16:16, 06/27/2019

Pakistan may close airspace to India: science minister Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering closing Pakistan's airspace to India and blocking its eastern neighbor's land trade route to Afghanistan, the science and technology minister in Islamabad said on Tuesday....
13:00, 08/27/2019

NASA Selects 12 New Lunar Science, Technology Investigations NASA has selected 12 new science and technology payloads that will help us study the Moon and explore more of its surface as part of the agency’s Artemis lunar program. These investigations and demonstrations will help the agency send astronauts to t...
19:16, 07/01/2019

Insecure employment for postdoc researchers is leading to bad science Postdoc researchers like me aren’t considered university employees, even though we’re essential to research. This must changeBehind most of the technological advances we take for granted are brilliant researchers working long hours to complete experi...
04:16, 06/05/2019

Boris Johnson challenged by Labour over climate science Rebecca Long-Bailey questions how much authority the government has on issueBoris Johnson has been challenged by Labour to clearly disavow his previous denial of climate science, after several other Conservative leadership hopefuls said they accepted...
16:32, 06/05/2019

Super Awesome Science Show: Riding bikes On this week's 'Super Awesome Science Show,' we’re going to explore what has led to an increase in Canada's cycling population and how we might be able to become a cycling nation....
09:32, 08/27/2019

Good nature: citizen science trips and holidays in the UK Passionate about wildlife and nature? These surveys and activities offer volunteers a close-up of our fauna and flora while helping to safeguard the environmentForestry England’s Big Forest Find is the country’s largest survey of forest wildlife. Vol...
12:00, 08/23/2019

A rocky road to science and diplomacy in the Middle East The SESAME synchrotron in Jordan is an ambitious scientific, political and social experiment — since way before it even started producing results. DW's Zulfikar Abbany spent a week in the Middle East to find out why....
21:00, 09/16/2019

WA launches new automation courses and Defence Science Centre The state government also secured AU$39 million to purchase new equipment to advance scientific research and support jobs in STEM industries within the state....
05:16, 06/12/2019

Fleet of Autonomous Boats Can Now Shapeshift, Which Is Nice, For Science In news that certainly doesn’t spell our doom, MIT’s fleet of autonomous boats can now break apart and reform into new configurations on their own. Great....
18:32, 08/29/2019

Apollo 11 inspires local woman’s science career TUCSON- Apollo 11 took off 50 years ago from Kennedy Space Center in Florida and a local woman said that it was a sight she will never forget. “Everybody was either yelling and screaming or crying or both,” said Martha Gilliland, who now ...
20:32, 07/16/2019

Didn’t Major in Computer Science? This $40 Training Can Get You up to Speed You’ve still got time to get in on the bull rush of data science possibilities with the training from The Complete Computer Science Master Class Bundle. This massive 11-course package, an almost $2,800 value, is available for a limited time for only ...
05:00, 09/17/2019

The 5 Coolest Working-Class Heroes in Science Fiction Science fiction isn’t just about the scientists, soldiers, and folks with superpowers. It’s also about everyday heroes—the working class, the people fighting to make a difference in their world....
17:48, 09/02/2019

Scientists strapped antennas to the heads of seals, for science Scientists studying the behavior of ice in Antarctica got some help from native wildlife in a new study that focused on the causes of massive holes forming in ice sheets. The research, which was published this month in Nature, attempted to explain th...
23:16, 06/11/2019

The Science Behind Nike's New ZoomX Vaporfly Next% Marathon Shoe At Sunday's London Marathon, Eliud Kipchoge will wear the ZoomX Vaporfly Next%, the latest installment in Nike's performance-boosting Vaporfly line of shoes....
09:32, 04/28/2019

Oregon QB Justin Herbert’s love of science kept him away from NFL Draft Justin Herbert could’ve been a top pick in this year’s NFL Draft and made millions of dollars. But the quarterback’s science nerdiness kept him in school. The Oregon Heisman hopeful is close to graduating with a 4.01 GPA in biology ...
11:00, 08/20/2019

Ebola's spread shows how science needs societies to succeed LONDON - The persistence of Congo's Ebola outbreak and its deadly spread to Uganda in recent days show how societal issues are as crucial as scientific advances in controlling disease outbreaks, specialists in global public health say....
23:48, 06/16/2019

Cancer and chemicals in Reserve, Louisiana: the science explained In the area closest to the local chemicals factory, residents face a cancer risk of 50 times the national average. So what’s in the air?St John the Baptist parish sits about 20 miles from New Orleans in southern Louisiana. Home to about 45,000 people...
03:48, 05/06/2019

How palaeontology got cool: Inside the revolution in dinosaur science Dinosaurs have won a huge following as new techniques revolutionise what we know about how they lived and even looked. How well are popular books keeping up?...
04:00, 06/29/2019

Lunacy: how science fiction is powering the new moon rush Fifty years after the first moon landings, a new generation of space travellers, from Xi Jinping’s taikonauts to Jeff Bezos, are racing to colonise our nearest neighbour. Is reality catching up with sci-fi?The moon is rising again above the horizon o...
08:16, 05/18/2019

The Gender Gap in Computer Science Research Won’t Close for 100 Years Women and men are forecast to produce a similar volume of medical research by 2048, according to a new study. In computer science, that won’t happen until 2137....
10:16, 06/21/2019

In Hong Kong, science of crowd counting comes into focus When Hong Kong residents took to the streets to protest a controversial extradition law on consecutive weekends this month, observers on all sides agreed the crowds were huge....
05:16, 06/20/2019

Ex-WWE star Ashley Massaro’s brain may be donated to science The brain of former WWE Superstar Ashley Massaro may be donated to a prominent doctor who researches chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, a condition associated with multiple head injuries, her lawyer told The Post on Saturday. Massaro, 39, best...
12:48, 05/18/2019

Science institute that advised EU and UN 'actually industry lobby group' International Life Sciences Institute used by corporate backers to counter public health policies, says studyAn institute whose experts have occupied key positions on EU and UN regulatory panels is, in reality, an industry lobby group that masquerade...
20:32, 06/02/2019