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Born of a mutual love of science and music, Yewande believes that science is for everyone and music is a universal language. Sound Science Podcast is a monthly podcast about the science stories that affect our lives and have in some way influenced music. With the help of experts in the fields of both music and science, Yewande brings you stories straight out of the lab that will make you hear science differently. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sound-science-dr-yewande/support
 
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Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
This episode is all about plants, and the art practices that help us to connect with them. Millennials are obsessed with house plants, driven in large part by an interest in self-care and wellness. Plants are good for our mental health, and thanks to social media, they’ve become increasingly desirable for their aesthetic. However, what we tend to f…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
Born and bred in North London, Dr Yewande Pearse completed her PhD in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, London in 2016. She is now based in Los Angeles, where she works as a Research Fellow, developing a stem cell therapy treatment for a rare childhood brain disease. Outside of the lab, Yewande is a writer for Massive Science – an online…
 
On this special bonus episode of Sound Science, Immunologist Dr. Azza Gadir explains the immunologic progression of disease after getting infected with COVID-19, the latest research into whether or not we can acquire immunity to COVID-19 and how to test for it, and what we need to keep in mind when reading about all the science.--- Support this pod…
 
This month we take a microscopic look at Organoids, tiny self-organized, three-dimensional tissue cultures that are derived from stem cells. Specifically, we identify how they can be used to make a “mini inner-ear” as well as how they are assisting scientists to better understand inner ear disease.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sound-s…
 
This episode is all about how we perceive sound. Join us as we explore what science has found out about the neurological, psychological, and physiological effects of sound on the body. Our guest this month producer and DJ, Slow Like Whoa, explains how a deeper understanding of the science of sound has helped her creative process as well as the way …
 
This month, Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence collide, as we explore how better understanding the brain has advanced AI technology and vice versa. We are joined by Oleg Stavitsky, CEO and Founder of Endel, a new technology that generates reactive, personalized soundscapes to promote things like focus, relaxation and sleep. It takes in data l…
 
Music elicits emotion. It’s a big topic that we'll keep coming back to but in this week's show, we focus on how the brain's ability to make predictions about what we hear might explain how musical sounds become rewarding. Dr. Soph also joins us to explain some of the psychology behind music and emotion.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/so…
 
This month’s episode is about the way the brain processes loss and why we experience the emotion of grief. We’ll be thinking about the evolutionary relevance of grief, how the brain modulates it’s own experience of grief, and what actually happens in the brain when it experiences what is considered “normal grief." We will also be looking at the hea…
 
At some point in your life, someone may have asked you whether you are left brained, or right brained. Or maybe you have heard someone proudly proclaim that they are right brained. This months show is all about ‘The Left Brain Vs. Right Brain’ and the long held belief that people tend to have a personality or style of thinking that is either “right…
 
This month on Sound Science Podcast, we ask what happens between our ears in response to incoming rhythmic sensory inputs - in other words, how do we find the beat? Moving to the music that we hear is an intuitive behavior bestowed upon us before we can even walk. As we develop into adults, we start doing it on purpose. Some of us are quite good at…
 
We’re all familiar with the idea that we should be getting an average of 8 hours of sleep a night. But we are not all as familiar as to why. And for some of us, the value we place on a good night sleep is trumped by the value we place on the underground music scenes that have thrived on staying up all night, nourishing us in a different way. This m…
 
The Psychedelic era of the mid-60s was a time of social, musical and artistic change influenced by psychedelic drugs, but behind the cultural curtain, a world of research was beginning to open up into the therapeutic potential of these drugs - one that was unfortunately short lived. In 1970, President Richard Nixon called Timothy Leary, the Harvard…
 
Think about the last physical pain you experienced vs. how it felt when you broke up with an ex. On the surface, these two events are completely different. However, cultures around the world use the same language—words like “hurt” and “pain”—to describe both experiences. This month on Sound Science, we explore what is going on in your brain when yo…
 
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