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CSP: Apocalypse – Climate Change

The Conduct Science Podcast: Apocalypse – Climate Change 00:00 – Introduction 03:45 – News 15:00 – Facts 26:30 – Insulation 33:30 – What if the poles reversed? 38:30 – Humans and heat 41:30 – Back to the poles 44:54 – Flooding 50:30 – Why climate change can lead to the apocalypse 59:30 – Food shortage 1:05:10 – Ending and Outro


CSP – COVID-19: Vaccines and Viruses

The Conduct Science Podcast- COVID-19: Vaccines and Viruses 00:00 – Intro 01:42 – News 11:09 – What is COVID-19 23:45 – Vaccines 41:30 – The different COVID vaccines 51:09 – Updated stats 56:00 – What has a year of lockdwon taught us? 1:03:30 – COVID myths 1:12:20 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by

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What Vaccination Strategies are on the Table for COVID-19?

Vaccination against SARS-CoV-19 is one of the main issues in discussion since the onset of the pandemic. Thankfully, Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are now ready to help humanity deal with the global health crisis. However, the question of who gets the vaccine and in what dose remains active. Since this is a pandemic the virus is infecting people on all


Mutations in SARS-CoV-2 Appear not to Increase Virus Transmissibility

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a fear of virus mutations is ever-present in the scientific community. The idea is that a more dangerous version of the virus may evolve as it interacts with human organisms. More precisely, the fear is that changes in SARS-CoV-2 may cause an increase in transmissibility. About the Study The study that aims to


The Conduct Science Podcast: Dr. David Greenberg – The Science of Music

The Conduct Science Podcast: Dr. David Greenberg – The Science of Music 00:00 – Introduction 01:40 – Who is Dr. Greenberg? 04:30 – How does music, emotion, and autism all fit together? 08:18 – Musical preference and personality 20:30 – “The big 5” personality scores 26:40 – How did prehistoric humans use music? 32:30 – Therapy 38:00 – Future plans


New Insight About SARS-CoV-2 Survivability

Researchers from Australia’s national research agency CSIRO claim that SARS-CoV-2 is a resilient virus that can survive for days. About the Research The research about SARS-CoV-2 was done at the Australian Centre for Disease Preparedness (ACDP) in Geelong. Researchers did various experiments where they tested the resilience of the virus. That is, they want to determine how long the virus


The Conduct Science Podcast: Antibiotics

The Conduct Science Podcast: Antibiotics 00:00 – Intro 01:40 – Factoids 06:58 – What are antibiotics 11:13 – Bacteria background 12:45 – GCSE and schooling tangent 16:04 – Back to bacteria 18:40 – How antibiotics work 35:15 – Antiobitic resistance 46:10 – Bacteriophage 58:16 – Antibiotics and obesity 1:02:30 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Method Section

Homemade Masks

Homemade Masks Are Very Effective in Preventing Virus Spread

About the Research Researcher Taher Saif leads a study to determine how effective homemade masks are in preventing virus spread. Saif is a mechanical science and engineering professor at the University of Illinois. For this experiment, the researcher examined 11 common household fabrics. Furthermore, these fabrics were set against the medical mask that is widely used as a preventive measure


The Conduct Science Podcast: Natural Disasters

The Conduct Science Podcast: Natural Disasters 00:00 – Intro 01:42 – Trigger warning 03:15 – Factoids 08:50 – What are natural disasters? 09:40 – Is COVID-19 one? 21:55 – Types of natural disasters 32:40 – Californian wildfires 44:00 – Dinosaur extinction 51:25 – 1931 China flooding event 58:10 – Final question? 59:35 – Ending and Outro You can listen to


The Conduct Science Podcast: Dr. Enric Sala

The Conduct Science Podcast: Dr. Enric Sala 00:00 – Intro 01:05 – How did you get to where you are today? 02:15 – Scientist to activist 04:33 – Pristing seas 10:30 – Why are biodiversity and wild places so important? 14:00 – Why we need top predators? 21:30 – What is the future of conservation? 30:00 – What can the