Science Podcast Collection


  • All in the Mind iTunes Feed Web Site
    • An Aus­tralian pod­cast that explores the men­tal uni­verse — neu­ro­science real­ly — and takes a clear look at every­thing from addic­tion to arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence
  • Astron­o­my Cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Take a week­ly facts-based jour­ney through the cos­mos with Astron­o­my Cast.
  • Cam­bridge Uni­ver­si­ty Sci­ence Fes­ti­val (Video) iTunes Web Site
  • CBC Quirks & Quarks Feed Web Site
    • Cov­ers every aspect of sci­ence, from the quirks of the expand­ing uni­verse to the quarks with­in a sin­gle atom…and every­thing in between.
  • Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel Space Pod­cast iTunes Web Site
    • Video pod­casts that take you inside the world of NASA and deep space.
  • Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel Video Pod­casts iTunes Web Site
    • A trove of video pod­casts from Dis­cov­ery.
  • Earth & Sky Clear Voic­es Feed Web Site
    • Earth & Sky reporters inter­view sci­en­tists from around the world. Inter­views are gen­er­al­ly 7 to 15 min­utes in length.
  • Ein­stein and the Mind of God
  • Explor­ing Envi­ron­men­tal His­to­ry Feed Web Site
    • A pod­cast about human soci­eties and the envi­ron­ment in the past. The peri­od­ic pro­grammes fea­ture inter­views with peo­ple work­ing in the field, reports on con­fer­ences and dis­cus­sions about the use and meth­ods of envi­ron­men­tal his­to­ry.
  • Groks Sci­ence Radio Show and Pod­cast - iTunesFeedWeb Site
    • Dr. Charles Lee and Dr. Frank Ling take an in-depth look at recent events in the world of sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy, and exam­ine the effects of recent dis­cov­er­ies on our dai­ly lives.
  • Hmmm.… Krul­wich on Sci­ence iTunes Feed Web Site
    • NPR Sci­ence Cor­re­spon­dent Robert Krul­wich demys­ti­fies what’s dense and dif­fi­cult — even if you feel lost when it comes to sci­ence. Cov­er­age that can be delight­ful, mov­ing, fun­ny, per­haps even upset­ting.
  • Jet Stream­ing iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Every week Jet Stream­ing brings an insid­er’s look at the weath­er and cli­ma­tol­ogy. It’s every­thing you want­ed to know about the weath­er, but were afraid to ask.
  • Nation­al Geo­graph­ic Mag­a­zine (The Best of) iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Nation­al Geo­graph­ic needs no par­tic­u­lar intro­duc­tion.
  • Nation­al Geo­graph­ic’s Wild Chron­i­cles iTunes Feed Web Site
    • “See the nat­ur­al world like nev­er before through the eyes of Nation­al Geo­graph­ic adven­tur­ers, sci­en­tists, researchers, and the extra­or­di­nary Crit­ter­cam.”
  • NASAcast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A series of videos from NASA.
  • Nature Pod­cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Nature, a high­ly respect­ed peer-reviewed sci­ence jour­nal, offers well pro­duced pod­casts that fea­ture sci­en­tists talk­ing about their cut­ting-edge research.
  • New Sci­en­tist Pod­cast Feed Web Site
    • New Sci­en­tist’s week­ly pod­cast on all the lat­est sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy news and fea­tures, includ­ing guests from the world of sci­ence.
  • NOVA iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A series of short videos (“vod­casts”) from the world of sci­ence.
  • NOVA Sci­ence Now iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Irrev­er­ent sto­ries and intrigu­ing per­son­al­i­ties from the world of sci­ence.
  • NOVA e = mc2 iTunes Web Site
    • Hear how 10 top physi­cists describe Ein­stein’s equa­tion in a few min­utes or less.
  • Radi­o­Lab Site, iTunes, Web­site
    • An hour-long sci­ence show from WNYC — each episode tack­les a par­tic­u­lar issue through sev­er­al sto­ries.
  • Sci­ence and Soci­ety iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A host of dis­tin­guished thinkers speak about inno­va­tions in sci­ence — nan­otech­nol­o­gy, space explo­rations, life sci­ences and more.
  • Sci­ence Fri­day Pod­cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • From the well known NPR pro­gram host­ed by Ira Fla­tow.
  • Sci­ence Fri­day Video iTunes Web Site
    • From the well known NPR pro­gram host­ed by Ira Fla­tow.
  • Sci­ence Mag­a­zine Pod­cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Audio­casts from Sci­ence Mag­a­zine.
  • Sci­ence Talk: The Pod­cast of Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can iTunes Feed Web Site
    • The host, Steve Mirsky, explores the lat­est devel­op­ments in sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy through inter­views with lead­ing sci­en­tists and jour­nal­ists.
  • Sci­ence Times iTunesRSS
    • Want to know more about black holes? Or progress in the cure for can­cer? Learn about the lat­est news and trends in sci­ence, med­i­cine and the envi­ron­ment from the reporters and edi­tors of the pop­u­lar Sci­ence Times sec­tion of The New York Times. David Cor­co­ran is your host.
  • Slack­er Astron­o­my:iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Lots of slack­ing and astron­o­my.
  • The Engines of Our Inge­nu­ity: iTunes Feed Web Site
    • The sto­ry of tech­no­log­i­cal progress is one of dra­ma and intrigue, sud­den insight and plain hard work. Explore tech­nol­o­gy’s spec­tac­u­lar fail­ures and many mag­nif­i­cent suc­cess sto­ries.
  • The Miss­ing Link Pod­cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A pod­cast on the His­to­ry of Sci­ence, Tech­nol­o­gy, and Med­i­cine put out by Prof. Eliz­a­beth Green Mus­sel­man.
  • The Naked Sci­en­tists iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Dr. Chris Smith, of Cam­bridge Uni­ver­si­ty, takes an inter­ac­tive look at dif­fer­ent aspects of sci­ence, medecine and tech­nol­o­gy.
  • The Sci­ence Show iTunes Feed Web Site
    • One of the longest run­ning and well-regard­ed sci­ence shows on Aus­tralian radio.
  • The Skep­tics’ Guide to the Uni­verse iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A week­ly pod­cast that explores the world of the para­nor­mal and fringe sci­ence. It’s host­ed by Dr. Steven Novel­la is an aca­d­e­m­ic neu­rol­o­gist on full-time fac­ul­ty at Yale Uni­ver­si­ty School of Med­i­cine.
  • This Week in Sci­ence Feed Web Site
    • Self describes as: “A week­ly sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy radio show pre­sent­ing a humor­ous and irrev­er­ent look at the week in sci­ence and tech. Each week TWIS dis­cuss­es the lat­est in cut­ting edge sci­ence news on top­ics such as genet­ic engi­neer­ing, cyber­net­ics, space explo­ration, neu­ro sci­ence, and a show favorite Count­down to World Robot Dom­i­na­tion.”
  • This Week in Virol­o­gy iTunes Feed Web Site
    • A week­ly pod­cast host­ed by two Pro­fes­sors from Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty. “We talk about virus­es — the kind that make you sick. The pod­cast cov­ers how virus­es work, how they make you sick, and the lat­est in news about virus­es.” You can find it at
  • USGS Core­Cast iTunes Feed Web Site
    • From the US Geo­log­i­cal Sur­vey, Core­Cast brings you straight sci­ence insight on nat­ur­al haz­ards; cli­mate change; satel­lite imagery and mon­i­tor­ing; water qual­i­ty; human health and wildlife dis­ease; and much more. Tune into Core­Cast. It’s nat­ur­al sci­ence from the inside out.
  • 60 Sec­ond Sci­ence iTunes Feed Web Site
    • From Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can, lead­ing sci­ence jour­nal­ists offer a brief com­men­tary on the lat­est devel­op­ments in the world of sci­ence. Pre­sent­ed by Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can.
  • 60 Sec­ond Psych iTunes Feed Web Site
    • Lead­ing sci­ence jour­nal­ists pro­vide a week­ly one-minute com­men­tary on the lat­est devel­op­ments in the sci­ence of brain and behav­ior. Pre­sent­ed by Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can.

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