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RESEARCHER Radio is your weekly look into the work and life of scientists and academics from around the world. Hosted by Joe Fenton from RESEARCHER, each episode features a guest whose work is trending in the scientific and academic community. Through an interview format, this podcast will not only give you further insight into the science behind the paper, but you'll also delve into the mindset and the day to day lives of researchers. This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/researchertm Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/researcher-academic-journals Music credited to; Something Elated (Broke For Free: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/ CC BY 3.0:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/

RESEARCHER Radio is your weekly look into the work and life of scientists and academics from around the world. Hosted by Joe Fenton from RESEARCHER, each episode features a guest whose work is trending in the scientific and academic community. Through an interview format, this podcast will not only give you further insight into the science behind the paper, but you'll also delve into the mindset and the day to day lives of researchers. This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/researchertm Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/researcher-academic-journals Music credited to; Something Elated (Broke For Free: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/ CC BY 3.0:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/
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RESEARCHER Radio is your weekly look into the work and life of scientists and academics from around the world. Hosted by Joe Fenton from RESEARCHER, each episode features a guest whose work is trending in the scientific and academic community. Through an interview format, this podcast will not only give you further insight into the science behind the paper, but you'll also delve into the mindset and the day to day lives of researchers. This podcast is brought to you by RESEARCHER, the free app that makes it easy for academics and scientists to stay on top of new research in their area. Download it for free on iOS, Android or find us on your browser at www.researcher-app.com Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/researchertm Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ResearcherTM Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/researcher-academic-journals Music credited to; Something Elated (Broke For Free: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Broke_For_Free/ CC BY 3.0:https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/

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Episodes

Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes - Dr Rebecca Jones

2/6/2019
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Today we are joined by Dr Rebecca Jones from the University of Reading. Rebecca is the author of 'Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes'. Join us to discover more about the the role of coaching in the workplace. What is O*NET? What is blended coaching and how has this changed the coaching industry? In this episode, Rebecca answers all of these questions and more. We will also gain further insights into 'Boundary conditions of workplace coaching outcomes', its impacts and the...

Duration:00:35:36

The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants - Dr Sumitha Nallu

1/10/2019
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Today we are joined by Dr Sumitha Nallu from the University of Chicago. Sumitha is the author of 'The Molecular Genetic Basis of Herbivory between Butterflies and their Host-Plants'. Join us to discover more about the genetic basis of herbivory between butterflies and plants. What is comparative transcriptomics analysis ? How was next generation sequencing used in this paper? What impacts will this piece have on our environment? In this episode, Sumitha answers all of these questions and...

Duration:00:27:43

Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states - Dr Gabriele Gut

12/12/2018
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Today we are joined by Dr Gabriele Gut from the University of Zurich. Gabriele is the author of 'Multiplexed protein maps link subcellular organization to cellular states'. Join us to discover more about the combination of traditional biology and computational techniques. What is 4i? How can 4i change clinical trial processes? Why should you talk to a lab before starting a PhD? In this episode, Gabriele answers all of these questions and more. We will also gain further insights into...

Duration:00:29:02

Lonely sensational icons: semantic neighbourhood density, sensory experience and iconicity - David Sidhu

12/3/2018
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This week we are joined by David Sidhu from the University of Calgary. David, alongside Dr Penny Paxman, is the author of 'Lonely sensational icons: semantic neighbourhood density, sensory experience and iconicity.' Join us to discover more about language, sound and it's meaning. What is iconicity and how is it measured? What is the Maluma/Takete effect? What techniques are best for academic productivity? In this episode, David answers all of these questions and more. We will also gain...

Duration:00:30:58

The Rare Special Powers Movement - Dr Eleonora Passeri

11/22/2018
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This week we are joined by Dr Eleonora Passeri from the movement Rare Special Powers. Rare Special Powers is a movement that advocates for the advancement of rare disease through the power of art and beauty. Join us to discover more about the Rare Special Powers movement. Why and how does Eleonora combine the beauty of art with science? What does this movement hope to achieve? What was Eleonora's motivation to start this movement? In this episode, Eleonora answers all of these questions and...

Duration:00:37:43

Triple oxygen isotope evidence for limited mid-Proterozoic primary productivity - Dr Peter Crockford

11/15/2018
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This week we are joined by Dr Peter Crockford from Princeton University and the Weizmann Institute of Science. Peter is the author of 'Triple oxygen isotope evidence for limited mid-Proterozoic primary productivity'. Join us to discover more about the earth's biosphere 1.5 billion years ago. What evidence is there for fluctuating oxygen levels 2.5 billion years ago? How have computing techniques evolved over time? What is it like to work in two academic institutes? In this episode, Peter...

Duration:00:19:10

Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching - Dr Rick Stuart- Smith

11/8/2018
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This week we are joined by Dr Rick Stuart-Smith from the University of Tasmania. Rick is the author of 'Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching'. Join us to discover more about the effects of mass coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. What is coral bleaching? What funding is in place to combat this? How has mass coral bleaching changed the habitats for fish in the area? In this episode, Rick answers all of these questions and more. We will...

Duration:00:25:26

Modeling outcomes of soccer matches - Alkeos Tsokos

10/31/2018
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This week we are joined by Alkeos Tsokos from University College London. Alkeos is a co-author of ‘Modeling outcomes of soccer matches'. Join us to discover more about machine learning and its relationship to the sporting world. How successful can soccer matches be predicted and what is the Alan Turing Institute? In this episode, Alkeos answers all of these questions and more. We will also gain further insights into 'Modeling outcomes of soccer matches', its impacts and the motivation...

Duration:00:22:31

Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries - Professor Homero Gil de Zúñiga

10/24/2018
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This week we are joined by Professor Homero Gil de Zúñiga from the University of Vienna. Homero is the author of ‘Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries: How Personality Relates to Frequency of Social Media Use, Social Media News Use, and Social Media Use for Social Interaction'. Join us to discover more about personalities and the way they affect social media use. There are 5 big personality traits, but will this soon change? How are minorities affected by social media use?...

Duration:00:35:07

Measuring Perception Control on Social Media - Dr Melanie Keep

10/19/2018
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This week we are joined by Dr Melanie Keep from the University of Sydney. Mel, alongside Dr Alison Attrill-Smith, is the co-author of ‘Controlling You Watching Me: Measuring Perception Control on Social Media’. Join us to discover more about social media perception and identity. What is e-health and what are its benefits? How and why do we define ourselves on social media? Why is age a factor in social media identity? In this episode, Mel answers all of these questions and more. We will...

Duration:00:36:51

Defining microbiome function - Dr Jonathan Klassen

10/12/2018
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Today we are joined by Dr Jonathan Klassen from the University of Connecticut. Jonathan is the author of ‘Defining microbiome function’. Join us to discover more about the microbiome world; Why is the human gut so important? How important are ants? Why is there now a call for the cross disciplinary training in logic and philosophical microbiome research? We will gain further insights into 'Defining micbrobiome function', its consequences and the motivation behind Jonathan's research. In...

Duration:00:27:51

Psychological Trauma and Memory Control - Dr Justin Hulbert

10/3/2018
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This week's guest on RESEARCHER Radio is Dr Justin Hulbert from Bard College. Join us to discover more about psychological trauma and memory control, as well as Justin’s life as an academic. Justin explains the relationship between trauma and memory, how trauma and adversity is measured and also gives us insights into transnational co-collaboration. We will gain further insights into the paper, its consequences and Justin's motivation behind his research. In today's episode, we...

Duration:00:40:54

The Curo-Pi3 Conference - Professor Rik Tykwinski

9/26/2018
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This week's guest is Professor Rik Tykwinski from the University of Alberta. Rik was recently a speaker at the University of Oxford's Curo-Pi3 conference. The third edition of the CURO-Pi conference was hosted by Professor Harry Anderson, and discussed the latest developments in the chemistry and physics of curved pi-conjugated molecules. Join us to discover more about the CURO-Pi3 conference, its speakers and Rik's favourite posters. Rik also discusses what young academics and PhD's...

Duration:00:27:58

Getting a grip on sensorimotor effects in lexical-semantic processing - Alison Heard

9/19/2018
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This week's guest on RESEARCHER Radio is Alison Heard from the University of Calgary. Join us to discover more about language processing. Just how well do we generate language and convey meaning? Just how far can a better understanding of sensorimotor effects take us? And what should you do when you first begin the PhD programme? We will also gain further insights into the paper, its consequences and Ali's motivation behind her research. In today's episode, we discuss: Alison's academic...

Duration:00:15:03

Welcome to RESEARCHER Radio - Dr Ramiz Nathani

9/14/2018
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Welcome to the first ever RESEARCHER Radio episode. Throughout this series, we will be speaking to different academics from all around the world about their specialist subjects. Each academic guest would have produced written, examined, analysed and published work that is trending throughout the RESEARCHER community, and the wider scientific community. We will be finding more about the paper, the steps that are taken to create it and it's potential consequences in the academic or real...

Duration:00:08:32