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The biggest biology podcast for the biggest science and biology fans. Featuring in-depth discussions with scientists tackling the biggest questions in evolution, genetics, ecology, climate, neuroscience, diseases, the origins of life, psychology and more!! If it's biological, groundbreaking, philosophical or mysterious you'll find it here.
 
Boost Your Biology is presented by Lucas Aoun, founder of Ergogenic Health. Join him as he goes underground to bring you cutting edge health and human performance hacks that you'll struggle to find on Google. Lucas explores the unexplored to bring you useful health and performance information to upgrade your existence. A range of topics will be discussed on this podcast, including Nootropics, Nutrition, Biohacking, Supplements, Herbal Research, Microbiome, Brain Health, Hormonal Health & Spo ...
 
Is your light environment more important than the food you eat? Can sunlight treat depression? Does a barefoot walk outside boost your immune system? The Quantum Biology Collective is a group of pioneering health professionals who study, apply and explain the emerging field of quantum biology: a new paradigm of understanding how human health REALLY works that is light years beyond the current established medical model. From the vast research showing that circadian rhythms regulate every impo ...
 
People are done dancing around the topic of trauma. They're ready to face this square-on. None of the current systems are getting to the root of the issue in the current model. Their biology has been affected on a cellular level, and that is now what's preventing the important work that they're trying to do. The Biology of Trauma podcast is the missing piece to that puzzle. It's a practical living manual for the human body in a modern, traumatizing world. Join your host medical physician and ...
 
In this Podcast, we will discuss all the things related to biology. We will talk about things related to biology in detail and in length. So, make sure you stay tuned and learn all about biology right here. You can tell us what you think about the podcast by voice messages. Thanks!
 
Biology-related podcasts as part of the KYTOS Enrichment Programme. Visit: www.kytosbiology.org.uk for full details Visit: www.youtube.com/mriexplains for Science video tutorials 'KYTOS Biology' podcasts and the 'mr i explains' YouTube channel are proudly sponsored by Curriculum Press - producers of global education resources for over 25 years. Visit https://curriculum-press.co.uk/ for details.
 
A brand spanking new science podcast by Dr. Gary Sommerville Ph.D. Gary is a Molecular Biologist at Harvard Medical School and breaks down popular and interesting science topics over a cold beer! Subscribe to Barstool Biology wherever you listen to podcasts; Apple, Spotify, Google or your favorite app!
 
Exploring the some of the most interesting fields of research and discovery in Biology through conversation with experts from around the world. For questions or comments please contact us at biology.today2020@gmail.com Host - Nishtaa Modi Cover art - Priyanka Vinayak Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biologytoday/support
 
Business Biology explores business from the viewpoint of Brady and Kiley who are early in their entrepreneurial careers but have gained valuable insights through their experience. They try to frame the conversation around practicality and real world examples that are applicable to those that have taken the entrepreneurial plunge and others who are dreaming about it.
 
Mr. Barlow discusses the VCE Biology course content. Each episode covers a discreet topic and lasts for around 5 to 20 minutes. Great to listen to a few episodes before a test and concise enough to listen to an entire semester before an exam. Episode 1 to 12 covers Unit 1. Episode 13 to 23 covers Unit 2. Episode 24 to 31 covers Unit 3. Episode 32 to 39 covers Unit 4. *** Don't forget to Download the ‘Unit 1 Biology‘, ‘Unit 2 Biology‘, ‘Unit 3 Biology‘ and ‘Unit 4 Biology‘ iPhone/iPod Touch a ...
 
Welcome to For Whom the Cell Tolls! This cast explores the fascinating stories of Biology that I've encountered in my journey as a Biology Professor and lymphoma scientist at Minnesota State University Mankato. Major themes to be explored include cancer, tumorigenesis, new therapy mechanisms, immunology, life/death, disease ecology, microbiology, and evolution, among others. I try to integrate philosophy, culture, and the arts alongside emerging Biology findings to share the stories of life ...
 
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Today on Biology of Trauma, we conclude our series with Dr. Arielle Schwartz on identifying trauma and addressing the freeze response. In this episode, we hear a story of hope from Laura Bautista, a 21-day journey graduate who recovered from MS by healing her trauma. Laura was diagnosed with degenerative MS at age 21. Western medicine determined th…
 
“There's no exercise that you can teach what you learn on the streets,” explains Taylor Davidson, Founder of Football Entangled. After experiencing a sports-related stress fracture, Taylor became fascinated by human health, leading him down the road of quantum biology. Today, guest host Jason Oke and Taylor discuss why athletes need to improve thei…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. Jay Wiles on the show to discuss Heart Rate Variability. Jay is an International #HRV Subject-Matter Expert, Health/Performance Psychologist & the Co-Founder/Chief Scientific Officer @hanuhealth Relevant links:Hanu Health’s Website (Use code LUCAS to save): https://www.hanuhealth.com/…
 
Why do humans look so different from one another? Why do we have different types of hair and different skin colors? And what do these traits have to do with the concept of race? On this episode, we talk with Tina Lasisi, incoming professor at the University of Michigan, about variation in human hair structure and skin color. We talk about why such …
 
Today on Biology of Trauma, we continue our analysis of the freeze response with Dr. Arielle Scwartz, Ph.D. There are three key phases to overcoming the freeze response, and in this episode, we discuss how time plays a crucial role in trauma healing. Shifting from a performance relationship to a listening relationship with your body allows you to t…
 
“Almost every chronic disorder or chronic condition can be linked more or less directly to chronobiological disruption. What we would call civilization associated disorders or diseases, they are all linked to bad habits with regard to lighting and light exposure,” explains Dr. Alexander Wunsch, chronobiologist. Today, host Meredith Oke talks with D…
 
Today on Biology of Trauma, Dr.Arielle Schwartz, Ph.D., joins us to discuss stored trauma in the body and how it inevitably leads to self-sabotage. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of 6 books addressing a mind-body approach to overcoming PTSD. She details just how much of your behavior is influenced by unconscious signals perceive…
 
“Health is a byproduct of the environment and the lifestyle you live,” explains Matt Mancz, Circadian Performance Coach. An athlete passionate about strength and conditioning, Matt sought a career where he could focus on health and athletic performance. Finding gaps in traditional athletic training, Matt discovered quantum biology and now incorpora…
 
Today on Biology of Trauma is our final interview with William Walsh as we continue our conversation on copper excess, undermethylation and Pyroluria. We discuss how difficult it is to identify and treat neurochemical imbalances correctly. Many mood disorders are being misdiagnosed as trauma. Environmental stress can exacerbate a neurological condi…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Brandon Gilbert on the show. Brandon created the YouTube channel HyperionTv.com in 2009, built up a following, and then launched Hyperion Herbs in 2010. After the profound effect tonic herbs had on his life, he founded Hyperion Herbs to share purely potent tonic herbs and make them accessible and easily available like…
 
“One of the things that I am continuously working on is triggering people to think more about light and to think more about the effects of light,” explains Roudy Nassif, Founder of VivaRays. After suffering from chronic fatigue and depression, Roudy felt determined to find a sustainable solution. Through his holistic medicine journey, Roudy discove…
 
Today, on Biology of Trauma, I welcome back William Walsh as we continue our conversation on epigenetic conditions and depression. Depression is generally presumed to be a serotonin deficiency, but that is just one of 5 distinct neurochemical imbalances. In this episode, we explore these five forms of depression and how each requires its own specia…
 
Today on Biology of Trauma, I am joined by William Walsh, founder of the Walsh Institute. His mission is to bridge the gap between biochemistry and depression. In this episode, he expands on the interconnected relationship between genetics and epigenetics in utero. Our biology is a delicate balance between our predisposed genetics and daily behavio…
 
“People are looking for a truth they can get behind that's not associated with politics, dogmas and religion, and all these kinds of sectarian clashes,” explains guest Dr. Catherine Clinton. Today, Dr. Clinton and guest Carrie Bennett join host Meredith to discuss the current paradigm shift from biochemistry to quantum biology. Breaking down the re…
 
Trauma is often defined as an event, but the freeze response can develop from the most subtle inconsistencies from your childhood. Today is part two of my interview with Irene Lyon, a somatic practitioner and nervous system expert. She explains how trauma is not always obvious and how you can overcome your freeze response without even knowing the o…
 
“If I can use multiple variables to make someone get better, that will be much more sustainable, and that person will be much healthier, explains Jim Laird, Strength & Conditioning Coach. In today’s episode, guest hosts Jim Laird and Dr. Leland Stillman return to discuss adjusting your circadian clock during daylight savings and how light aids with…
 
On today’s episode, I am interviewing Irene Lyon, a nervous system specialist using somatic work to promote neuroplasticity in those suffering from trauma. She explains how people are becoming functionally frozen from even the most innocuous events throughout their childhood. We now understand that, even in infancy, trauma disrupts our developing n…
 
What’s the smallest number of genes that cells need to grow and reproduce? Is it possible to synthesize minimal genomes and insert them into cells? What do minimal genomes teach us about life? In this episode, we talk to John Glass, leader of the Synthetic Biology Group at the J. Craig Venter Institute. Over the past decade, Glass and colleagues de…
 
Lucas Aoun interviews Tracy Duhs, an expert on cellular hydration. She has pioneered an approach to health and wellness that integrates easily into people’s everyday lives, helping them build healthy and connected communities. As a wellness consultant to major businesses and hospitality brands, the founder of two naturopathic clinics, and a podcast…
 
“I started learning about all the things I was doing, that had nothing to do with food, that was interfering with my fertility and my reproductive health,” explains guest Sarah Kleiner, Influencer and Certified Quantum Health Practitioner. During her fertility journey, Sarah became drawn to Quantum Biology. Reflecting on her miracle pregnancy and h…
 
“More natural light, less fake light. That's really what it comes down to. It's that simple,” explains Jim Laird, Strength & Conditioning Coach. Today, guests Jim and Dr. Leland Stillman, an Integrative Physician, discuss the effects of quantum biology on fitness. Both experts in their field, Dr. Leland and Jim break down how everyday factors, incl…
 
“The great news of quantum biology is that life gets better, and our health can get better,” explains host Meredith Oke. Welcome to The Quantum Biology Collective Podcast, where Meredith breaks down the practical health application of this emerging science. As we head towards a scientific revolution, Meredith uses today’s episode to explain the int…
 
In this episode of The Biology of Trauma, we discuss brain inflammation with Dr. Peter Kan, a chiropractic neurologist working to heal the gut and the brain. He has been featured on NBC, ABC, CBS and is a fellow at the Institution of Integrative Medicine. Without proper brain function, even the simplest tasks can become difficult to focus on. And o…
 
Welcome to the first episode of The Biology of Trauma podcast! Today we are getting to the root of the freeze response with Dr. Peter Levine, founder of Somatic Experience. Together we dive into exactly what causes a freeze response and why we evolved to have the mechanism in the first place. Using somatic tools, Dr. Levine and I help patients like…
 
Sam has spent over the last decade in the health, fitness, and nutrition coaching space and now helps other coaches improve their client results, retention, and revenue through his programs and podcast. Sam obtained his Masters's degree from North Carolina State University and his Bachelor of Science from Elon University in North Carolina. Relevant…
 
People are done dancing around the topic of trauma. They're ready to face this square-on. None of the current systems are getting to the root of the issue in the current model. Their biology has been affected on a cellular level, and that is now what's preventing the important work that they're trying to do. The Biology of Trauma podcast is the mis…
 
How will we find life beyond Earth? Can we use a molecule's complexity to distinguish life from non-life? A common way to search for extraterrestrial life is to look for signs of complex organic molecules on other moons and planets. One trouble with this approach, though, is that lots of complex molecules can arise from inorganic processes. To be s…
 
Are you wondering how to bank your stem cells for future use in a non-invasive way? If so, focus your attention towards Drew Taylor, the CEO of Acorn Biolabs. Acorn Biolabs is a company that provides the “first non-invasive solution to preserving your younger follicle cells for use in future cell treatments.” Drew has always been passionate about h…
 
The Quantum Biology Collective is a group of pioneering health professionals who study, apply and explain the emerging field of quantum biology: a new paradigm of understanding how human health REALLY works that is light years beyond the current established medical model. From the vast research showing that circadian rhythms regulate every importan…
 
What hidden life lies at the bottom of the deep ocean? How do so many species survive and even thrive with so little light and food and at such pressure? In this episode, we talk to Helen Scales, a marine biologist, writer, and broadcaster who has written the essential guidebook to the deep ocean titled “The Brilliant Abyss”. On our way to the bott…
 
The miracle of stem cells is their unique power to transform into cells of virtually every organ and tissue of the body. This phenomenon holds immense possibilities for health and longevity. “Stem cells serve as a sort of internal repair system, with the potential to become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cel…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Daniel Ebbett on the show to discuss how light can dramatically affect your overall health and wellbeing. Buy Blue Light Blockers & Lights Here: https://www.blockbluelight.com/?ref=LUCAS Relevant links:Buy Blue Light Blockers & Lights Here: https://www.blockbluelight.com/?ref=LUCAS…
 
What is eco-evo-devo? How can ants help us understand the evolution of development? There are 20 quadrillion ants in the world, and they come in lots of different shapes and sizes. We even see big differences within colonies, like ants in the genus Pheidole which have different castes: workers, soldiers, and, in some species, super soldiers. Super …
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Cyrus Khambatta on the podcast to explore which foods can eliminate diabetes and insulin resistance. Lucas & Cyrus unpack the nuances associated with plant based dieting and the dangers of saturated fat intake. Relevant links:Cyrus’ IG: https://www.instagram.com/mangomannutrition/ Lucas’ Website: https://www.ergogenic…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. Stephen Hussey on the show. He's a Chiropractor and Functional Medicine practitioner. and attained both his Doctorate of Chiropractic and Masters in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States in Portland, OR. He is a health coach, speaker, and author of two books on health. Relev…
 
What happens when potential fraud is detected in research papers on major medical issues? In this episode, we talk to Charles Piller, an investigative journalist who published a shocking story in Science magazine in July this year laying out compelling evidence for misconduct in multiple journal articles on Alzheimer’s disease. This misconduct appe…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Dr. Adam Hotchkiss on the show to talk all things male hormone optimization and beyond. He is a foot and ankle surgeon by training, with a passion in human optimization. Dr. Hotchkiss works with Marek Health to provide bespoke, concierge care for clients all across the globe. Relevant links:Dr. Adam Hotchkiss’ Instagr…
 
In this episode, Lucas invites Janne Kyllönen from QuietOn to talk about the most advanced sleep hack you must try. By blocking the nocturnal noises of a snoring partner, outside traffic or the party animal next-door, QuietOn 3 Active Noise Canceling earbuds deliver a restful night sleep and a help for insomnia so every day can begin with a fresh s…
 
Can genes in single species act as keystones in ecosystems? What is AOP2, and how does it affect community composition and persistence? In this episode, we talk to Matt Barbour, a professor at the University of Sherbrooke, about “keystones” in biology. You’re probably familiar with the keystone species concept, but Matt’s research focuses on whethe…
 
How much coffee should we drink? Is there a scientific way to have a healthy, happy life? And how do we distinguish scientific sense from nonsense? In this episode, we talk with author and University of Alberta professor Timothy Caulfield about decision making and misinformation in the modern world. A surprising number of “common sense” decisions t…
 
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