A pharmacist and her longtime friend walk into a bar. What emerges is a dotty little science podcast, with a taste for toxicology. Poisons, medical mysteries, political assassinations, healing rituals, environmental disasters, pandemics & more - nothing is off the lab table here. This is the science of storytelling at its finest.
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. Show review - Love the show all around. You guys are hilarious and I can tell that you are doing this for the simple joy as opposed to just a mundane task. As a pure pharmacology and toxicology enthusiast I was a little disappointed that you didn’t spend so much time on those subject in the story of course that’s based on three or four episodes I’ve listened to thus far. Keep up the phenomenal work I look forward to your future episodes and I hope this show will go on for decades and centuries to come.
2. It’s in the facts - These two women bring the fact to the fictions. Explaining toxicology reports and diving into the psychological and scientific explanations behind unfathomable horrors that have haunted us for years. So if you are a true crime lover with an interest in deadly tonics, this is the show for you!
3. Love this podcast!! - This is such an interesting and refreshing take on the millions of overdone true crime podcasts out there. This podcast talks about stories where the poison or toxin is the suspect - super cool! The hosts have great chemistry and fun banter. As a fellow pharmacist I love the toxicology and science. Keep up the great work ladies!!
4. Toxicology for Dummies with Humor - Harini and Megan are so funny and great to listen to. I loved the story. As someone who knows nothing about toxicology, the podcast has just enough detail to keep me interested without me losing track. And I loved their funny commentary and banter. Looking forward to more!
A podcast that helps you understand the fascinating chemistry hidden in your everyday life. Have you ever wondered why onions make you cry? Or how soap gets your hands clean? What really is margarine, or why do trees change colors in the fall? Melissa is a chemist, and to answer these questions she started a podcast, called Chemistry for your life! In each episode Melissa explains the chemistry behind one of life’s mysteries to Jam, who is definitely not a chemist, but she explains it in a w...
Release date: 2023-02-23
1. Bonding with my Partner - This has been an extremely informational and exciting podcast to listen to as my partner is a chemist, and I didn't usually know or pretend to care about what she was talking about. But now I'm constantly fascinated and am learning more about what she's talking about, and get to have more in depth conversations about chemistry in everyday life.
2. This is how science should always be taught! - I absolutely love this podcast. Melissa & Jam make chemistry fun - as it should be! I binge-listen to this podcast while working from home and genuinely feel like I have learned more about the world around me as a result. You can tell that Melissa puts careful preparation into her content, and she has a way of communicating difficult concepts in a way that is easy to comprehend - which is hard to do without visual aids (especially with chemistry). And the dynamic with Jam is so fun. He makes the show so light and fun and is such a relatable layperson for Melissa to bounce ideas off of. I don’t know these hosts personally, but at this point I feel like I do and I have so much respect for them. This show is perfect for those who love science AND those who don’t!
3. Melissa is great, wish it was a solo podcast - Melissa is fantastic but Jam makes the podcast difficult to listen to. I stopped listening after a few episodes because the constant interruptions of “really”, “mhm”, and “yeah” got in the way of Melissa’s well delivered, accessible explanations of chemistry in our everyday lives.
4. Just what I was looking for - As an aspiring biochemist- this is exactly what I was looking for- as I am a slower learner and not super well versed at all in chemistry, and I am also a high schooler- so the back and forth between a chemist and educated listener is informative, easy to listen to, and funny! Honestly- this podcast calms me down and puts me in a good mindset- and the info is so cool and the hosts are great. Definitely will recommend to my friends.
5. Yay! - Never studied chemistry academically and now my daughter is remote learning this subject.
I am enjoying learning from Melissa and Jam. It is super fun to listen and learn. Melissa is enthusiastic and easy to understand. I now have a little chemist commenting as I go about my day. As they say “ everything is chemistry “ . Even better I’m able to pass along the podcast to gem ( my daughter ) and support her better than before in her studies . I love the logic and the systems of Chem and the shiny personalities and cute voices of these talented Gems ! Thank you
6. First Time Listener - Hello! I’m currently a college student. I ended up taking chemistry this semester during this unfortunate COVID pandemic. I didn’t entirely enjoy my class, but I knew understanding the concept of chemistry in life is very important. I decided to search for a chemistry podcast and yours definitely stood out to me. I like the idea of including people who are also trying to learn chemistry because they ask the same questions I have throughout the podcast. That definitely helps the topic make more sense! Overall I really enjoyed this first podcast about soap and I will certainly be catching up on the following podcasts!
7. Answers for those curious questions you have! - I love this podcast! Jam and Melissa have done episodes on things I have literally asked myself in a normal day but felt the answers were too beyond my intellectual level to understand. Things like: how does soap actually clean? or what does baking powder even do? Not only so, but they keep it light, entertaining, and incredibly listenable. If you’re like me and sometimes can’t decide between a podcast that is intellectually stimulating or one that is just darn entertaining, this one is right down the middle of the road for you.
8. CFYL Revue - Salutations, cadets! The following paragraph is full of words, words tat I wrote, about the podcast, “Chemistry for Your Life”. Some would say I’ve written a review, but because I love to sing, I’ll call it a “Revue”. Science. Who is she? And even more to the point, who is her red-headed step-daughter, Chemistry? As a youth, I pondered questions such as these, and more. To me, Chemistry was a mystery. A dark lady, the kind you might see leaving a seedy piano bar via the back ally fire escape, by the harsh early morning light, knowing she was the headliner from the night before. She was always just out of reach. Ethereal. Ephemeral. Fleeting. Otherworldly. Long did I observe the shadowed-streets of Silicon Valley in an attempt to catch even a glimpse of the hem of her outermost garment or hair, as she turned quickly around a sharp corner. For ages I chased her. Longed, learned, lusted. And yet she evaded and eluded me. Despite my best efforts, I was unable to gain any footing or knowledge of her world. Biology and Physics - these were friends of mine. We had lived, loved, and laughed together over the years. But Chemistry? She was a secret unknown. I sat, I despaired. And then I stumbled across “Chemistry for Your Life”! A friend had recommended the podcast to me, but since I had been “off the grid”, first I had to buy a cell phone. Since the demise of Cellular One in the late ’s, I’ve been adrift at sea. Once, I found a used Blackberry on eBay, and I thought I was in the clear! It turns out, however, that a Blackberry , despite its vast intelligence, is not a “smart” phone. Next I had to find a real Podcast compatbile device. Since China Town is closed during the war, this was a very difficult task. Finally my great uncle, who is a dirty cop, sold me an iPhone from his precinct’s evidence locker. Now I have CYL and understand Chemistry so much better! The elusive maiden has finally been won, and we shall soon be wed! Much revelry shall be had, and the celebration of our love will be taken down by the poets and priests to be recounted to the masses for years to come. Thank you, Chemistry for Your Life.
9. Guy say yes after every sentence - I really wanted to like this podcast. I was looking for something about chemistry and this looked perfect. BUT there’s a guy who comments after every single sentence that the girl says. He says yes or uh-huh or really..... But every single sentence has a positive comment and it is driving me crazy. I can no longer listen to this podcast. Please, just let her give the information ! If his comments were softer or more subtle maybe it would be doable. It just interferes so much with the flow of information that I have to delete this podcast from my library.
10. Fun and informative - I’ve learned something new in each podcast. Surprisingly, I come away from each episode feeling a little excited about chemistry and how things work. I like the interaction between the hosts. It’s a good way to learn and get the answers to questions you didn’t even know you had. Seems it would be good for chemistry students.
11. My Friends Think I'm Smart! - This podcast is so fun and so well done!! I love that it makes me realize how complex simple things actually are while explaining it in a way that I can understand and remember. After listening to the first episode, I was excited to casually bring up soap with friends and impress them with my newfound knowledge! Highly recommend!!
12. Fun and comprehensible! Even my baby likes it! - I’ve never been the type of person really into science and I’ve always assumed it is a topic that would always be a bit over my head. Melissa does such a great job breaking down complex topics into bite sized pieces I can understand. Jam also is so helpful to ask the questions I would if present and I like hearing his breakdown of the topic back to Melissa. I was listening on the couch with my week old who doesn’t stay awake for too much yet. While this podcast was playing she stayed awake and so chill. Nice to have something I can feel good listening to even with little ears around.
13. A WONDERFULLY SCIENTIFIC EXPERIENCE - Melissa is so great at explaining the science behind things we see in every day life and Jam has great questions and responses that add to the conversation. This podcast will definitely help the every day person/listener gain a deeper understanding of chemistry and how it can be a fun (and totally not scary) topic to learn about! Recommended for all!
14. Loved it! - I listened to the podcast about soap, and found it really interesting. Melissa comes at us with the science facts, and Jam asks all the questions that we non-scientists are thinking. I love that they go at a slow enough pace for anyone to follow, and re-iterate what they’ve talked about. An easy, entertaining and educational podcast! And now I know how soap works. Feeling like I understand the world a little better :D
15. A Fun Way to Learn about the Chemistry at Work Around Us - I already really enjoy this podcast! I have always appreciated other sciences like astronomy because it was easy for me to be fascinated by it and understand some of its simpler ideas. Once you get into the hard stuff, however, I’m lost, which is why I’ve never particularly liked subjects like chemistry. This podcast is allowing me to begin to appreciate chemistry now that I can see how it plays out in everyday life. It’s exciting and encouraging to finally understand why exactly you can’t mix oil with water or realize that you actually know what specific heat is because you’ve witnessed it all your life and now have a name for it! I love the examples they use in the podcast to really help you understand and visualize the concept, and I love that I get to learn and understand something new!
The history class visits the chemistry lab to explore wild tales of scientific adventure that stretch back to the beginning of time itself.
Release date: 2022-10-19
1. Plz come back - You need to come back I love your podcast it is so different and not in a bad way. It focuses on one element and talks about its story. I love science. I love podcasts. I love this podcast the most. More people need to listen to this podcast. This is one of the greatest podcasts ever.
2. Interesting, Exciting, and Poetic - This podcast is absolutely amazing. I am a high school chemistry teacher and just started listening to this podcast on my commute. It has been so fun! I have learned so much. I am always learning fun things that I can relate to my lessons. I have to say one of my favorite aspects of this podcast is the poetic nature of the speaker. The speaker is very eloquent and just has a way with words. I do have to ask though — when is the next episode?! Can’t wait to hear about uranium! Thanks for the podcast!
3. Great for science nerds and beginners alike - My partner and I love this podcast. She has a chemistry degree, whereas I have always struggled understanding science, and we both get so much out of the podcast. For her, it is an opportunity to learn more about the history of what she understood on a technical level, and to refresh her memory about things she hasn’t studied in a while. For me, it inspires me to learn more and provides a great foundation to build on, whereas other introductory material tends to be less interesting and harder to absorb. Many scientists, technicians, and engineers I know complain that STEM schools don’t care much about teaching the humanities, history, social consciousness, and critical thinking. Because of that, I particularly appreciated TR’s insistence on highlighting ethical and political concerns that come up in the history of chemistry. Many episodes explore the chemistry industry’s disturbing (and not just historical but ongoing) role in imperialism, capitalism, ecological destruction, and the military industrial complex. This critical approach, alongside TR’s infectious passion for the hard science itself, challenges the audience to consider how to use science for the good instead of for violence and profit, which is depressingly all too common. This is vital achievement in science communication. TR finds stories about each element that can be fascinating, bizarre, informative, inspiring, and silly (bad puns abound!) The result is a fantastic balance of education and entertainment. I wish more podcasts were like this!
4. Great Science Podcast. Period. - I’m a science teacher and this podcast is exactly what I hope my class can be: educational and entertaining. The stories TR tells highlight the genius of scientists of the past and the connections of chemistry to our daily lives. I can’t recommend this highly enough.
5. So Great! - Each episode of The Episodic Table of Elements is like being chem lab partners with American Shadows, The Memory Palace, Backstory, and Criminal. With the dulcet tones of T.R. Appleton being comparable to Phoebe Reads a Mystery. When I get to the end, I go right back to hydrogen and start again. Thank you T.R.!
6. Favorite Science Podcast - This is truly my favorite of all of the science podcasts I listen to! Mr. Appleton provides a delightful array of anecdotes each episode which I often find myself sharing with others even if I can’t get them to listen to the podcast themselves. I have been working my way from episode onward for a little while now and have thoroughly enjoyed each and every one. I look forward to each episode I listen to and hope that this podcast only ends at the end of the periodic table, if then! Keep up the fantastic work!! :)
7. Outstanding podcast: Episodic Table of the Elements - Podcaster TR Appleton blends a wealth of information to present in an enriching, entertaining way. He not only informs, but can spark interest and exploration to those who are eager. Such are the differences, imo, between information and education. Listeners to The Episodic Table are the beneficiaries of Appleton's knowledge and skill--at no cost! My college courses in chemistry, on the other hand, were expensive, and they did not strive to stimulate or make relevant.
8. Great Podcast! - This is my first podcast review. I’m on episode and like this so much, I’m inspired to give this positive feedback. The subject has been covered before but Mr. T. R. Appleton does a great job keeping it interesting, humorous, and fresh. The website for the podcast is also a great companion piece. How can this have no commercials in it?!? Where is this guy’s sponsors? I feel like I should start a small business just so I can pay him for a commercial spot. I am hoping to hear something in future episodes, just so I see this getting the support it deserves!
9. Better than it ought to be - Coming from a person that has had little to no interest in chemistry up to this point, I love this podcast that was recommended to me by a friend. This is a smart and fascinating look at the elements that comprise everything in the Universe. The stories behind their discoveries and how they fit into our lives are very well told. Looking forward to more and anxious to find out more about the less common elements at the bottom of the table.
Rule Your Pool is a podcast by Orenda Technologies. This show was created for pool owners, operators, and service pros who want the best water quality possible. If you want to know what's really going on with your swimming pool chemistry, this might be the podcast for you. Each week, we'll cover a new topic related to swimming pools, water chemistry, or indoor air quality. With our help, you'll be able to rule your pool without over-treating it with chemicals and wasting money.
Release date: 2023-01-27
1. Best podcast explaining the science behind water chemistry - Pool pro here- This podcast has some of the best information and explanations on water chemistry that you are going to find out there, free of charge. Eric not only has an extensive understanding and knowledge of water chemistry, but he explains it in a way that almost anyone can understand. You can tell he is passionate about the subject. I must say he has a great voice for podcasts as well. I hope this show gains popularity and recognition because the folks over at Orenda truly do want what is best for your pool water. Their products are also bar none some of the best in the industry. I support Orenda and their mission and will continue to treat our pools with their products. Nobody asked me to leave a review here, but it is well deserved! Thank you Eric and the rest of the Orenda team!
2. I love Orenda! - I started using Orenda’s proactive pool care philosophy about yrs ago. Heard about it from my pool guy. I’m a residential pool owner in New Jersey. I’d been taking care of our pool for yrs before hearing about Orenda and the LSI. I’m not exaggerating when I say Orenda’s philosophy has changed EVERTHING. I used to dread taking that pool cover off in spring and doing reactive pool care all summer. I actually enjoy the pool now that I know how to proactively take care of it and give the water what it needs. I’m writing in response to your latest podcast with the Pool Chaser guys. I cannot agree more with one of the pool chaser guys who said that you should talk about your products more! Make no apologies for doing it. If somebody has a product that solves my problem, I want names, I want details!! I understand you not wanting the podcast to be one long commercial but I think you can find a balance between sounding like an infomercial (which I don’t think you ever have), and telling us about an Orenda product that might help with our problem. That’s my cents. You’re doing a great job and filling a need in the pool world not only with Orenda products but with the education you make available. Thanks guys!
3. Very helpful for even a new pool owner - I searched for podcasts about pool care once we recently purchased a home with a pool and this is one of the first I found but most importantly it was the easiest to comprehend. I really appreciate the level of detail Eric gives - simplified but also scientific in a way that’s easy to follow. I’ve learned so much and also appreciate the ability to email in questions - I’ve done that once and just started with SC- (super excited about it).
4. Awesome - I owned a pool service company in Arizona and started using the Orenda method almost years ago, plus a few other things from different people. But this is my go-to podcast for chemistry. Always informative and I’ve learned a lot. I go back to listen a lot too so I can learn the details that Eric knows. I moved my company to the North Carolina now, and I’m learning a new aspect of the chemistry in a different part of the country. Just amazing.
5. Aquatic Chemist /Chemical Oceanographer Approved! - With a PhD in Chemical Oceanography, I truly appreciated your explanations on the complexities of sanitizer options, alkalinity, pH and Henry’s Law pertaining to CO equilibrium. Buying a house with a pool this month and I’m so excited and altogether terrified of having a , gallon breaker to experiment with! Bravo on your explanations and honesty about the state of knowledge within pool industry about alkalinity and yet a willingness to dive in! Thank you!
Chemistry is everywhere, and involves everything. But how did chemistry get to be what it is? I'm Steve Cohen, a chemist and writer, bringing you The History of Chemistry. This podcast explores the development of chemistry from prehistoric times to the present, including the people and societies who made chemistry what it is today. The History of Chemistry is for you, whether you hated chemistry in high school, or got a PhD in inorganic chemistry. We'll explore how chemistry affected art, music,...
Release date: 2023-02-23
A podcast about forensic toxicology and chemistry. We talk about drugs, poisons, and forensic science in the news and pop culture. A NAYK Network Production.
Release date: 2023-01-04
1. Dr. Nitpicker - I am enjoying these podcasts. The author is extremely knowledgeable and presents each episode in an accurate, concise and easy to follow format. As a retired ED physician I can relate to the toxicological emergencies but also I wish the narratives could talk a bit more about the treatments/antidotes necessary for these exposures.
2. Good show, makes me think! - Been a follower of the host on Twitter for about a year now, and I just realized he had a podcast. It’s been great listening and learning about toxicology on my break from work. Enjoying the explanations of the terms and seeing how the media portrays the world of toxic substances. Good show!!
3. Dose makes the poison review - This is one of my favorite podcasts. He’s technical, funny, and thorough, and his explanations are clear and concise. Much better than Bill Nye the so-called Science Guy. Oh, and he’s fairly consistent with a very low level of politics in the discussions; only what’s directly relevant. I thank him for that.
4. Really Helpful - I am taking a graduate certificate in addictions management. I am a social worker and I find this very helpful with the pharmacology (so I can keep up with my clients). I really like that you take on street drugs- would love episodes on bath salts, crocodile, and synthetic marijuana!
5. Great Podcast!! - I’ve been a forensic toxicologist for almost years and I find this podcast accurate and informative. I’ve been searching for something like this for awhile. I found a few podcasts that were ok, but this is just what I was looking for. I haven’t listened to all of the episodes but I’d love to hear episodes dedicated to specific drug classes. Something on volatiles would be good too. Keep the episodes coming!
In this podcast, Taylor and Andrew investigate the past, present, and future of materials science and engineering. Topic areas ranging from cutting edge materials technology, the history of different materials, the commercialization of new materials, and exciting advances in processing and characterization are all covered in detail. Our episodes include things like the unlikely discovery of superglue or teflon, the fascinating backstories about modern biomaterials like dialysis filters, and upda...
Release date: 2023-02-06
1. Helpful - These guys are changing what it means to learn chemistry. I was a physics major studying physics and didn’t really care much for chemistry just math. After listening to the show and learning about what it means to develop materials and how they influence the world has change my views and now I’m essentially a material scientist at a tech company where we make PVD coatings. The materialism podcast is opening up the doors to the field and making it more valuable. Once they get better guests on that have truly made a huge difference in society like Elon musk or something this podcast can explode.
2. Learning materials made easier - I’ve listened to episodes and have learned a lot about material science,,, this podcast is easy to digest and well produced,,, for engineers with little training in materials, like myself, I feel a lot more confident approaching the subject after listening to Taylor and Andrew
3. This prof thinks your podcasts are awesome! - I use many of the ideas and references for my intro to material science and engineering class. In future classes I may give extra credit for listening to these podcasts. Taylor, Andrew, and Jared rock. Keep up the good work and a donation is coming your way, as soon as I can figure how to send it.
4. Incredible - Huge huge fan of this podcast! I’ve listened to episodes in the last week or so (yes I’m aware of how much time that is), and other than the pain of a swelling brain from so much information I have thoroughly enjoyed each episode. I am currently an undergrad in metallurgical engineering, and this podcast has really helped reinforce my desires and give direction in where to focus my studies by offering information from such diverse fields.
5. Review from an undergraduate it Materials Science - Fantastic podcast. Although I’ve only listened to the first three and a select few of the later episodes, each have been jam-packed with the creative and important ideas at the core of materials science. We get a dive into both the traditional and unconventional, challenging and expanding on what we know about materials. Most of everything is presented concisely and is accessible to a more general audience - especially in the first episode on the history of steel. So often, the cutting-edge research in material science hides beyond the chasm of review papers and research articles unfamiliar to those new to the field. Personally, Materialism has done a fantastic job so far of bridging that gap, covering materials used in kitchen knives and skateboards to electronics and energy storage. So if you’re a student looking for a new perspective or you’re just curious about what makes up the world around you, you’re probably in the right place.
6. Awesome Podcast - Awesome podcast. In a world where there is a dearth of good engineering podcast this show shines through. Material science is a though subject engineering wise and this podcast does an awesome job of simplifying hard concepts and providing a lot of information in each show. The hosts are full of enthusiasm and are super smart.
7. Well spoken, well researched info - This podcast is chock full of great information in the material science community. While it’s a little too smort for the average Joe, it’s great for anyone working in science or engineering. The two hosts work very well together to present information without too much monologue. Would love for you guys to expand it by talking with companies who actually work in these industries.
A weekly tour of the periodic table, from Chemistry World, the magazine of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Release date: 2021-06-01
1. Awesome - Do you know how sometimes you go searching for podcasts, and click follow on the interesting titles so you can go back later? Sometimes you might not even pay attention to who produced it. No? I do this all the time.
Imagine my great delight to hear Dr. Chris Smith is part of this. I will update this review when I get caught up.
2. Love the breadth and the new theme song - I love playing episodes of this podcast and enjoy subjecting my middle-schoolers to it now that they’ve been taught the basics of chemistry. We now joke about the theme song and how tough it must be to not go back. But the new song is more modern, st century-like, and likely to attract younger listeners. Thank you for all this material!
Helping you understand chemistry topics from A-Level and Advanced Higher. Get more guidance, deeper resources and a helpful community at ChemistryMadeSimple.net If you want to demystify chemistry, yearn for a simpler explanation and want to hear all the tips that will help you at exam time you're at the right place. I'm a chemistry tutor who is used to explaining chemistry in simpler terms, and I love to use an analogy to help with the understanding. Each episode tackles a topic, explaining it...
Release date: 2023-02-27
In this show, Jen Novakovich, Canadian cosmetic chemist from The Eco Well, interviews international cosmetic scientists and industry leaders to bring you a fresh new conversation a week about all things beauty!
Release date: 2023-02-19
1. Saved my baby’s skin - I was caught up in clean beauty science trying to figure out what to do to help my baby’s severe eczema without causing harm and going over budget. I was avoiding so many helpful products because of clean beauty messaging—and I have a decent science background—and after hearing episodes and seeing the Instagram, I finally understood the products I was avoiding were SAFE. Breath of relief for me as a mom. I work in wellness and passing on this info has been invaluable to helping others as well.
Stereo Chemistry shares voices and stories from the world of chemistry. The show is created by the reporters and editors at Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), an independent news outlet published by the American Chemical Society.
Release date: 2023-01-31
Lady Scientist Podcast brings you into conversations with scientists. Academic research is often siloed in tough-to-read academic journals. This podcast strives to introduce you to new voices and to break down barriers, along with striking a note of positivity in an often-negative world. Support the podcast through patreon.com/ladyscientistpodcast All links are available through our website, ladyscientistpodcast.com
Release date: 2023-01-20
Chemistry! Queerness! The Trials and Tribulations of Graduate School! MFQC spills the tea on it all. Join Bec and Geraldo twice a month as they interview LGBTQ+ chemists on their research interests and experiences with identity, challenges, and achievements in the chemistry field. You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll learn all the ins and outs of queer culture. Follow us on twitter at @MFQCPod or send us an email at email@example.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mfqc/support
Release date: 2023-01-13
A podcast hosted by L.-C. Campeau and Dani Schultz that dives into the stories about the people behind the chemistry and science that happens at #MerckChemistry. Follow us on Twitter at @PharmToTablePod, @DrLCSquare, @danithechemist Email us comments and suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Release date: 2022-12-22
This podcast highlights various formulations that have been created in our labs at Colonial Chemical. Hosted by Christine Anderson, Molly McEnery and Megan Gibson.
Release date: 2023-02-03
"It's a Material World" is a podcast that uncovers why materials science will change the world. We explore how materials are engineered to make an impact all around you and how they will play an even bigger role in your future. We also invite experts onto the show to share high-level insights on how MSE can make a difference in nearly any industry. The field of materials science and engineering is new and exciting, so hop on board now and you won't get left behind. For additional updates, soun...
Release date: 2023-02-27
The Modern Extractor is a podcast about the processes, equipment, and science found inside a cannabis extraction laboratory. Season one focuses on the process of ethanol extraction and post processing into either distillate or isolate. Season two focuses on hydrocarbon extraction and the craft concentrates that it can produce. Each episode digs deep into a particular stage in the extraction and finishing processes, and we discuss the various approaches with industry expert guests. Episodes are...
Release date: 2022-05-17
1. Best extraction podcast out there! - I have learned a lot in the last week and a half of listening to this podcast. From hydrocarbon extraction to solventless to EtOH. This has made an impact on my team of employees helping them become more educated in the field they are so passionate about. I would pay money for this information and it is accessible for free. Thank you for everything you have done so far and cannot wait for future episodes.
2. Just what I've been looking for - I just started binge listening to Seasons and . Thank you for doing this. It’s making a daily difference in my extraction process. I listen all day while I’m in the lab, letting the information soak in. The episode on safety in hydrocarbon extraction made me face a few bad habits and equipment choices.
3. Solid info and great host - Found this podcast as soon as I started working as an extraction tech. My training was lacking most of the “why’s” so I decided to look for other sources and luckily I found The Modern Extractor! Jason is a great host and interviewer as he himself is an innovator just like his guests - and he’s super interactive and responsive to any questions I’ve had! I’ve learned so much in a month and Ill continue to listen and re-listen as often as possible!
4. Wonderful Podcast - Jason’s first series on extracting cannabinoids with ethanol was simply amazing! As a professional ‘botanical extractor’ who does exactly what this series is about, I was absolutely thrilled to hear him walk us through the entire process. We get to hear from the top people in the field in each of the steps from biomass to isolate! Cannot wait for second series!!! Excellent /
5. No more scouring Internet forums! - So I’m the host of this podcast... so I clearly think it’s a star affair! I promise to bring you curated, star information. I’ll be leveraging my extraction knowledge and industry Rolodex to bring you the best guests, best equipment info, and best practices on this weekly show diving deep into the world of cannabis extraction. It’s like free consulting! No need to dig through long forum threads for the occasional gem of information when you can have it distilled down and ‘spoon fed’ (as the forums call it) right here every Tuesday!
Probably Manchester's best student-run science-themed radio show and podcast! Every episode is themed around a particular chemical element. Presenters Fergus, Carys and Joe chat about what makes each element interesting and what it is used for, as well as playing science games and interviewing real-life scientists about their research. Think science and fun repel like particles with the same electric charge? Think again!
Release date: 2020-01-17
ChemTalk (chemistrytalk.org) is a brand-new non-profit, whose mission is to make chemistry more fun, easier to learn, and more accessible to people around the world - in the safest manner possible and also to be perceived in a more positive way. On our podcast, we interview chemists, scientists, and educators from across the globe who show the many career paths that involve chemistry, and how a love for chemistry can manifest itself in many unique ways.
Release date: 2023-02-07
Monthly interviews on important moments in the history of science.
Release date: 2023-02-11
1. Disappointing - The host is very intelligent and knowledgeable, guests and subjects typically the same but when the political bias and one sidedness comes out it is very alienating and frustrating! If the host would sometimes have guests on he does not always see eye to eye with, and presented current topics more broadly and had a real and nuanced discussion it would be much more palatable.
This is science after all - always evolving and never black and white. Please consider staying more open to other possibilities and ideas or toning down your broad biases when speaking.
2. Fascinating information - After hearing Frank von Hippel be interviewed on of the Joe Rogan Experience podcast I craved more. I was so excited to find this Science History Podcast. While the topics discussed are enlightening I do wish some of his podcasts were only Frank von Hippel himself speaking. When he interjects information during the interviews his tone of voice is soothing and the manner in which he conveys the information keeps me fully engaged. I really hope he decides to read his own book.
3. Real Science History - This is the only science history podcast I am aware of that is not dummed down for the general public. Additionally, the guests are people who are famous in their specific fields, rather than science communicators: as a result the conversations are typically complex and nuanced.
Conversations with the brightest chemical minds.
Release date: 2023-02-01
A podcast for chemistry teachers looking for fun and creative lessons and teaching inspiration.
Release date: 2023-02-27
This free monthly podcast is offered by Clinical Chemistry. Clinical Chemistry is the leading forum for peer-reviewed, original research on innovative practices in today's clinical laboratory. In addition to being the most cited journal in the field, Clinical Chemistry has the highest Impact Factor (7.292 in 2019) among journals of clinical chemistry, clinical (or anatomic) pathology, analytical chemistry, and the subspecialties, such as transfusion medicine and clinical microbiology.
Release date: 2023-02-13
Plastics Unwrapped is a brand-new podcast series by Dow, featuring a range of expert guests exploring some of the biggest questions facing the plastics industry right now. Across several bite-sized episodes, we open up the conversation and explore the world of sustainability and plastics.
Release date: 2022-10-26
رادیو کیمیاگر پادکستی از جذابیت های دنیای شیمی تحت نظر انجمن علمی دانشگاه شهید بهشتی
Release date: 2022-08-23
Ben Orsburn and Ben Neely co-host a podcast series in a “fireside chat” format with prestigious proteomics researchers. The guests are great, the hosts are questionable.
Release date: 2023-03-03
Mentes Covalentes es un podcast de divulgación de Química y Neurociencia dirigido y presentado por Hugo Quintela y Clara García. Cada 15 días, Hugo y Clara juntarán sus mentes para charlar sobre temas diversos desde dos perspectivas diferentes pero complementarias, la de un químico y una neurocientífica.
Release date: 2023-02-09
Release date: 2021-05-21
Natural Prodcast is a podcast about natural products and the science and scientists of secondary metabolism. Natural products, secondary metabolites, specialized metabolites -- whatever you want to call them, they're the chemicals that make species unique and different from one another, and are incredibly important to medicine, the environment, and human health. Dan Udwary introduces concepts in this exciting field, and talks to the fascinating scientists who work in it. This series brought to y...
Release date: 2023-02-09
1. Great content and fun to listen to! - I really enjoy listening to this podcast. Dan and Allison do a great job making the field of natural products accessible and getting the guests to tell interesting stories. I am in the field of natural products and find it helpful to hear what leaders in the field are thinking about as well. Keep the episodes coming!
FDA CMC regulations and guidance simplified through examination, real life experiences and risk-based advice. This podcast hopes to educate sponsors and individuals on agency related regulatory CMC matters. We will focus on the critical CMC issues and build programs that enhance drug development. CMC topics will include Regulatory Starting Materials, API and Drug Product Process, Formulation Development, Supply Chains, Analytical Controls. Advocating and interpreting CMC Strategy, directing CMC ...
Release date: 2021-03-12
The Podcast Series " The New Chemist"- where we discuss chemistry which simply put is the science of change, as well as careers, community, and research. Follow us on Spotify and Stitcher ! Note: The views on the podcast represent those of my guest and I. —-
Release date: 2023-03-01
Battery Generation - Your podcast on Emobility and European Battery Research. We are on a mission to find batteries that are powerful, safe, sustainable, long-living, as light and small as possible, cheap and easy to recycle. Is that even possible? Let's find out. Patrick Rosen and Lennart Peters are talking to leading experts within battery science. Battery Generation is produced by the Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) and CELEST (Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage Ulm & Karlsruhe).
Release date: 2022-12-27
A weekly podcast from H2Tech for the hydrogen community
Release date: 2023-03-02
Release date: 2022-11-03
Chemistry as a discipline has a reputation to the public of being boring, hard to understand, and dry. However, there are both people and experiments that changed history. We will cover laboratory and industrial accidents, cases of fraud like Jan Hendrik Schön, and the man that has caused more harm to earth’s atmosphere than any other single organism Thomas Midgley Jr. We will talk about the greatest chemists and their lives from Marie Curie to Rosalind Franklin to Neils Bohr to Glenn Seaborg...
Release date: 2023-02-08
The Podcast Series " The New Chemist"- where we discuss chemistry which simply put is the science of change, as well as careers, community, and research. Follow us on Spotify and Stitcher ! Note: The views on the podcast represent those of my guest and I. —-
Release date: 2023-03-05
Aware of how complex the problems related to the world of chemistry applied to ceramic production processes can be, we want to share our knowledge with those who want to orient themselves or train for passion or profession. Through a simple and direct language, the podcast aims to be an educational space with a focus on products, applications and processes. The journey unfolds along the ceramic production lines. At each stage a topic. At each topic a critical issue. At each critical issue, when ...
Release date: 2023-02-20
Welcome to the wonderful world of ticks
Release date: 2021-05-04
Unfiltered information on all topics related to the cosmetic and personal care industries such as the latest trends, innovative ingredients, formulation tips, regulations, expert interviews and much, much more.
Release date: 2023-02-09
Graphene is only composed of carbon, like diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon. However, graphene is a 2d material where one single layer of carbon atoms – that is less than a nanometer, one hundred thousand time thinner than a hair -, is arranged in a honeycomb structure. This sets it apart from other carbon forms because its unique structure leads to exceptional properties.
Release date: 2021-01-21
This podcast is about everything chemistry!!! From basics to more advanced broken down to be simple!!
Release date: 2020-12-31
The Pharma Lab Show is a podcast exploring the technologies, analysis, and innovation that goes into bringing the pharmaceuticals that allow humanity to live longer, fuller, healthier lives. Each episode features interviews with industry leaders and experts who share how they are working tirelessly to bring these life-changing products into the world.
Release date: 2022-07-14
Welcome to the Modern Chemistry podcast! And thanks for downloading our preview show. Connect with me (Paul) at https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulorange/ H.E.L. group can be found at www.helgroup.com – where you can also leave us a comment on the show and suggest topics or interviewees for future episodes. on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/hel-ltd/, on twitter we’re @HELUK, or search for us on Facebook Our theme music is "Wholesome" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incomp...
Release date: 2022-10-20
In this episode we are talking about the wonderful element Hydrogen. Did you know that Hydrogen had to be “created” by three scientists? Want to know how that’s possible? Listen here. ***sponsored podcast***
Release date: 2019-09-08
Learning-casts- A Lecture Series on General Chemistry by Mr. D. Ferguson. Link to video of lecture- https://youtu.be/9RMA9htq-yQ Note: The views and ideas reflect those of Mr. David J. Ferguson. ---
Release date: 2023-03-05