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These tales of con-men, cave dwellers, and African hunters aren’t just gripping audio-dramas. They reveal secrets about your own behavior. In each episode, Andrew Webb helps you learn and implement MicroBehaviors: small actions from the best research that you can do today. So you flourish at home, work, and in relationships. (For primary sources and extended research visit www.mymicrobehaviors.com)
 
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Microbe Mail

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Microbe Mail

Vindana Chibabhai

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Are you looking for a medical podcast covering every day issues in diagnostic tests, antimicrobial therapy and management of infections that is relevant to a low or middle income setting? A show that simplifies complex concepts in an easy to follow conversational format? You've come to the right place. This is Microbe Mail - a medical podcast for the busy practitioner or student covering topics in microbiology, infectious diseases and infection control. Sign up to our newsletter to receive u ...
 
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Microbes and Us

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Microbes and Us

Federation of European Microbiological Societies

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Welcome to our podcast, Microbes and Us, brought to you by the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS). Our FEMS communication gurus, Joseph Shuttleworth and Eleni Koursari, bring into each monthly episode guests from the microbiology field discussing topics from every corner of the microbial world. Whether you are a lover of microbes, a scientist, or you just want to join our fun microbiology community, then this is the podcast for you.
 
The Microbe Moment is science stories and news for the microbe enthused hosted by microbe lover, Tess Deyett, Ph.D. and pharmaceutical microbiologist Jon Mitchell. In this microbiology focused podcast, we will give you exciting stories, horrid histories, and the most up-to-date news all through a microbial lens. We will even interview our friends and heroes, diving into their own microbial journey. Tess, Ph.D. was changed forever with her first glimpse into the unseen world. At her first mic ...
 
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MicrobeWorld Video

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MicrobeWorld Video

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
 
A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
 
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Joyful Microbe

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Joyful Microbe

Justine Dees, PhD

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All about the microbes we encounter in our daily lives (with or without realizing it). The Joyful Microbe podcast helps you see how bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, and protozoa live everywhere around us and constantly impact our lives. Host Justine Dees, PhD talks to microbiology experts of all kinds to share the amazing variety of these fascinating microorganisms. Usually, we think of infections, but microbiology is SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
 
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What is HIV post exposure prophylaxis , who should get it and how should it be given. Vin and Ruan discuss these and other relevant issues related to this topic. About our Guest: Dr Avania Bangalee qualified as a pathologist in virology in 2018 with distinction and was awarded the Coulter Medal for Pathology in the CMSA examination. She has experie…
 
It's a new year and we wanted to start it off with finishing up our section on Astro microbiology by bringing you DaBOM. In this episode Julie covers microbes that lived in outer space for 3 years outside the International Space Station, Tess talks about finding microbes by looking for sings of movement, and Jon round the episode up by looking at J…
 
Every year, thousands of Tasmanian devils die from contagious facial tumours. On this episode of Microbe Talk, Charlotte speaks to Dr Andy Flies from the Menzies Institute at the University of Tasmania, Australia, about a potential new vaccine approach that could save these endangered animals. You can view the video mentioned in the episode on our …
 
At exactly 4:50 AM the entire country gathered to change one of their cherished traditions. Pandemonium? Or a perfect template for changing habits in our own lives? BJ Fogg—Head of Stanford’s Behavior Design Lab—would argue the latter. Leave this episode with one of the most fundamental MicroBehaviors to change your own habits.…
 
Sam hates gambling. So why does he end up a victim of loan sharks and con-men? The answer is only obvious after we evaluate the mind’s fascinating journey from birth to death. Our brains rewire with every decision we make, for better or worse. And wisdom isn’t always about being right. (Schema, Cognitive Attractors, neuroplasticity, Mental Models)…
 
Ben Franklin's body went numb after one of his electric experiments. But he had to feel the power to come up with one of his most important inventions yet—a new vocabulary for the rest of the world. Franklin was a wordsmith after all. And we are too. We just don’t realize that the words we use also impact our future behavior. (Neural Theory of Lang…
 
He hunted African big game and even fought off a leopard with his bare hands. Carl Akeley killed more animals than any hunter before him. So is he a murderer? A role model? Or something else entirely? Akeley’s story forces us to explore one of our favorite pastimes: judging others. But more importantly, he’ll show us how to rise above it.…
 
Our episode host Eleni Koursari, welcomes Jennifer Matthews, Postdoctoral Research Fellow from the University Technology Sydney, Australia. They talk about coral reefs, how they have been affected by climate change and what can we do to conserve them for future generations. Read Jennifer's interview for the FEMS Microbes best presentation prize at …
 
Using aminoglycosides to treat infections often causes major distress amongst clinicians. Here we talk about how they should be used appropriately, in the hopes that we may calm some of this anxiety. About our Guest: Dr Veshni Pillay-Fuentes Lorente obtained an MBChB degree at Walter Sisulu University in 2010. Thereafter, completed a 2-year interns…
 
We are back with more sci-fi microbe related material! We dive into star trek, talking about silicone based life forms, grape vines, and Borgs, but not the ones you may think, as well as a new book out called project Hail Mary from the author who wrote the Martian. Thanks for all of your support and we hope everyone listening has a good holiday sea…
 
In this festive episode of Microbe Talk, Charlotte speaks to Dr Lorna Lancaster about the harmful and helpful microbes involved in making Christmas food. A full transcript of this episode is available on the Microbiology Society website. microbiologysociety.org/blog/podcast-…s-dinner.html Music: Free Music Archive 'Adeline Yeo (HP) - Tis The Season…
 
Join our host Joseph Shuttleworth as we talk to the team that designed BacteriaGame. Created by our Member Society, the French Society of Microbiology, BacteriaGame is card game developed to help university students learn about antibiotics and bacteria. We discuss the development process, the reaction and outcomes from students, and how you can get…
 
Wondering what the microbial "match- made- in- heaven" is? This is the perfect drug - bug...or which antibiotic is best for which specific microbe. Listen to this episode to find out more. About our Guest: Michel completed his Undergraduate degree at UCT, and his FC Path(micro) in Dec 2021. He completed his MMed(micro) in July 2022. He is currently…
 
In this episode, we dive into the world of sci-fi and the microbes we find in them. In part one we dive into such works as the universe of Star Wars and Midichlorians, H. G. Wells and the war of the worlds, The science of growing potatoes in The Martian, and space tardigrades and the mycelial network in Star Trek Discovery. Thanks to our sponsor Zy…
 
In this special episode of Microbe Talk for Disability History Month, Charlie talks to Kirsty Jones about her experience of accessibility in labs. A full transcript of this episode is available on the Microbiology Society website. https://microbiologysociety.org/blog/podcast-disability-history-month.html Music: Blue Dot Sessions 'The Corner Office'…
 
Some fungal infections, like athletes' foot or thrush, are relatively common and are usually not serious. But in those with underlying conditions or compromised immune systems, fungal infections can be deadly. In recent weeks, the World Health Organisation has warned of the serious threat that fungi pose to humans with a new report and list of prio…
 
This weeks episode, we are back with astromicrobiology! We talk with Dr. Blank who talks about her experience being part of the science team with the curiosity rover on Mars, what signs of life we could use to investigate other planets, and using robots in volcanic tubes and caves. If you are interested in learning about NASAs BRAILLE (Biologic and…
 
Syphilis incidence is on the rise in South Africa and globally. How does one sensibly make a diagnose and manage a case of syphilis at the present time. I spoke to Dr Denasha Reddy about this. About our Guest: I am a South African consultant in internal medicine and infectious diseases and currently work at the largest tertiary hospital in the sout…
 
In this weeks episode we go to space, well the microbes do at least. We talk about the exciting field of astromicrobiology. Tess and Jon discuss what is astromicrobiology, how can we find life on other planets, and maybe where else we may find life in this solar system. Thanks to our sponsor Zymo Research. you can find out more about the company an…
 
It's great to find a helpful learning resource. Here, I chat to the author of the book "Bacterial Genetics and Genomics", Prof Lori Snyder about the book, who it will be useful for and why this resource is different from others. About our Guest: Prof. Lori A. S. Snyder is a Professor in the School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy, and Chemistry at Kingst…
 
In this weeks episode we revisit some monstrous microbes in the world. Jon talks about tuberculosis and the New England vampires, Julie tells us about the horrors of zombie ants, and Tess recounts the tribulations of the Salem Witch trials and egotism. Thanks to our sponsor Zymo Research. you can find out more about the company and their products h…
 
We are celebrating, microbe friends! This month marks the 4th anniversary of Joyful Microbe!!! I’ve had such a blast creating articles, podcast episodes, and other resources to help you enjoy microbes in your daily lives and spread knowledge about the microbial world with others. In this episode, I’m featuring ideas and tips about microbiology educ…
 
In this episode, hosts Joseph Shuttleworth and Corrado Nai, welcome Gavin Douglas the winner of the #FEMSmicroBlog Writing Competition. They chat about the challenges and opportunities for writers to incorporate science in fictional stories. The winning short story “Mutiny” by Gavin Douglas, a tale about radical climate action from dedicated scient…
 
Microbe Mail reached its first birthday milestone. We've created a recap of the year's episodes with some important snippets from each episode. Visit the Microbe Mail website to find all the episodes mentioned and to sign up for updates - updates on new episode releases and new storyboards E-mail: mail.microbe@gmail.com Instagram: Microbe_Mail Twit…
 
A vast number of microbes live on our skin, in our gut, and almost everywhere else you can imagine on and in our bodies. Collectively, these microbes are called the human microbiome and play a crucial role in our health and well-being. Different locations on our bodies contain a specific set of microbes, which are individual microbiomes, i.e., the …
 
Microbigals are finishing up our series of the microbiome by bringing you a gut microbiome DaBOM. Tess, Julie, and Jon bring you articles on how the gut microbiome affect the bodies response to cancerous cells, how certain diet and feeding patterns affect the gut microbiome composition, and how administering a bacteria in mice positively affects ob…
 
In this weeks episode of the microbe moment, Jon talks to Dr. Devlin, an associate professor at Harvard medical school. We talk about how her lab researches the gut microbiome, the particular chemicals, including steroids and sterols that the gut bacteria metabolize and how they affect the body, the actions of bile salt hydrolase on bile acids, and…
 
Microbe Mail reached its first birthday milestone. We've created a recap of the year's episodes with some important snippets from each episode. Visit the Microbe Mail website to listen to each of the full episodes mentioned here and also to sign up to receive updates of episode and storyboard releases. E-mail: mail.microbe@gmail.com Instagram: Micr…
 
In this episode Tess interviews Dr. Travis Gibson, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School, Investigator, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Associate Member at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Travis is one of the leading researchers in machine learning for host-microbiome interactions. and a guru in time-series “omics” from DNA to RNA t…
 
In this episode Charlie and Charlotte talk to Professor Nicola Stonehouse, Professor in Molecular Virology at the University of Leeds, about why we're talking about polio again, and what we need to know about it. Music: Mango Breeze - Allison & Vexento Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hzcHUK4WaA Support by RFM - NCM: https://youtu.be/xMUOdsy…
 
Looking forward to International Microorganism Day, episode hosts Eleni Koursari and Joseph Shuttleworth chat about six recent microbe-themed developments perhaps unknown to you. From the largest bacterium ever found, fungi and viruses that cure diseases, to shoe-making bacteria and bacteria that can power electronics, there is something in this ep…
 
With the state of pregnancy and breastfeeding being such a fragile time, a number of myths have developed surrounding the state. On this episode, Adj Prof Shastra Bhoora and Dr Jarrod Zamparini help me bust some of these myths. About our Guests: Dr Bhoora is a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist with a sub-speciality in critical care. She cur…
 
In this weeks episode, Tess, Julie, and Jon continue their journey learning about their personal microbiome by talking about their experiences with the company Zoe. In their experiences they talk about a 2 week blood sugar and fat study, which people can sign up for through Zoe. In addition they talk how Zoe uses these results along with age, sex, …
 
In this episode, Tess, Julie, and Jon decided to try out the company Viome to tell them about their microbiome. This company does many things including different tests and supplements, but the microbigal team used the at home kit to tell them what microbes are in their gut, health incites and food recommendations. Listen to them go through their re…
 
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