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Are you looking for science that gives you a variety of content made by people who want to share their ideas, experiences and findings with you? SciPod is leading the way in modern science communication and providing you with an unlimited, informative and comprehensive series of scientific research audio books to keep you in touch with the 21st century. Let’s face it, approximately 75% of the non ‘technical-speak’ audience would choose to listen to interesting content rather than reading it. In light of this, we have built an alternative method of communication for you, which is much more digestible and comprehensive compared to traditional science communication.

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Students Using Nanotechnology to Solve the World’s Greatest Challenges – Drs Edward Davis, Virginia Davis & Joni Lakin, Auburn University

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Cracking the Puzzle of Rock Fracture with Crystal Clues – Dr Stephen E. Laubach, University of Texas at Austin

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Falling in Love with Statistics Shaping Students’ Relationships with Data – Prof Lisa C. Dierker, Wesleyan University

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Bugs are Friends Taking an Ecosystem View on Forest Health – Professor Timothy D. Schowalter, Louisiana State University

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Fighting Endemic Parasites New Technologies to Solve Old Challenges – Dr Paul Slusarewicz, MEP Equine Solutions LLC

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Putting the Universe in a Computer – Dr Romeel Davé, University of the Western Cape

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Centring Students and Changing the Landscape of Classroom Education – Dr Cynthia McCallister and Dr Edmund W. Gordon

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Climate Matters A Novel Approach to Educating Americans About Humanity’s Greatest Challenge – Edward W. Maibach, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University

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Cleaning Up a Catastrophe – Professor Peter H. Santschi, Texas A&M University

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The Farmer and the Rancher

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Sandman and the Worm, Cellular Insights into the World of Sleep – Dr Cheryl L Van Buskirk, California State University Northridge

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Bugs are Friends Taking an Ecosystem View on Forest Health – Professor Timothy D. Schowalter, Louisiana State University

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TICAL Aims for Paradigm Shift in PET Imaging – Professor Paul Lecoq, CERN

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Influenza – New Strategies for Defeating an Old Enemy – Peter Palese, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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Fighting Endemic Parasites New Technologies to Solve Old Challenges – Dr Paul Slusarewicz, MEP Equine Solutions LLC

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Monitoring and Controlling the Delivery of Single Molecules through Nanopores – Drs Daniel Burden and Lisa Burden, Wheaton College

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Sphingolipids Fats that Protect the Heart – Dr Annarita Di Lorenzo, Cornell University

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Count Down to the Future – Meg Cheng-Campbell, Ryan T. Scott, Samantha Torres, Matthew Murray, Eric Moyer – NASA Ames Research Center

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The Social Gradient in Musculoskeletal Health – Dr Sharon Lee Brennan-Olsen, The University of Melbourne

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Putting Life in Context – Professor Julio Collado-Vides, National Autonomous University of Mexico

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Somewhere outside the rainbow – Kimberly Kowal Arcand

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The Audible Human Project Hearing What the Body Has to Say – Thomas Royston

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Mechanobiology – Exploring the Mechanics of Cell Behaviour – Professor Taher Saif and Dr Andrew W. Holle

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Exploring How the Lower Atmosphere Influences Space Weather – Prof Jeffrey M. Forbes, University of Colorado

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Catching the Wind: Understanding the Dynamics of Renewable Energy – Dr Glen Whitehouse, Continuum Dynamics, Inc.

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Cleaning Up a Catastrophe – Professor Peter H. Santschi, Texas A&M University

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In Silico Chemistry Modelling the Reactions of Heavy Elements – Dr Kirk A. Peterson, Washington State University

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Mapping P-adic Spaces with Height Pairings – Professor Amnon Besser, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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Putting Life in Context – Professor Julio Collado-Vides, National Autonomous University of Mexico

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Count Down to the Future – Meg Cheng-Campbell, Ryan T. Scott, Samantha Torres, Matthew Murray, Eric Moyer – NASA Ames Research Center

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