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Whether we wear a lab coat or haven't seen a test tube since grade school, science is shaping all of our lives. And that means we all have science stories to tell. Every year, we host dozens of live shows all over the country, featuring all kinds of storytellers - researchers, doctors, and engineers of course, but also patients, poets, comedians, cops, and more. Some of our stories are heartbreaking, others are hilarious, but they're all true and all very personal. Welcome to The Story Collider!
 
A Science Magazine x abcam podcast series that explores the power of the scientific community and how partnerships, personal and professional (sometimes both!) have influenced world-leading scientists. For more inspiring stories that celebrate the impact of togetherness in science, go to: go.myabcam.com/together
 
Part news show, part panel discussion and part blue-sky brainstorming, the Large Nerdron Collider is a podcast that embraces the geekiest of geeky tendencies. Whether it’s a deep discussion over which superhero needs their own standalone film (come on, Squirrel Girl!) or a look at how the changing power dynamics within geek culture are shaping entertainment, the Large Nerdron Collider is here to dive in. Plus, each episode will have a stream-of-consciousness mashup where two or more geeky pr ...
 
Collider Ladies Night puts the spotlight on the need-to-know female voices in Hollywood through an entertaining, in-depth conversation. Who’s on the rise? Who’s changing the industry for the better? Collider.com senior producer Perri Nemiroff sits down with these standout forces to cover their journey from early influences, current projects, and beyond. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
A weekly podcast discussion about asymmetric learning - how organisations gain competitive advantage through their approach to learning, in all its forms. We will talk with thought leaders and experts to understand processes and systems of learning that lead to outperformance.
 
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Peter Safran and James Gunn outlined their initial plans for the new DCU, and we have thoughts about it. We talk about what we're excited about, what we're concerned about and some stuff that just gosh darn confuses us. Plus, we talk about some movie trailers, gush about The Last of Us some more, and find out what happens when you let an AI write S…
 
If you've thought that you've ever gone above what is expected in your life, you haven't heard this week's stories. In this week’s episode, both our storytellers give new meaning to going the extra mile. Part 1: Jack Walsh exaggerates the severity of his brain tumor to get out of buying a timeshare. Part 2: Laura Fukumoto goes above and beyond tryi…
 
Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content It’s time to gaze into the crystal ball and consult the tarot deck we list the board games and tabletop roleplaying games that we are looking forward to playing in 2023. It is of course an eclectic mix of heavy eurogames, miniature laden dungeon crawls, and fantasy RPGs. Games Mention…
 
Looking for someone with peak screen presence? It's Janelle Monáe. Whether it’s in a film or show, via her music, or perhaps even giving an acceptance speech when being recognized for her work, she’s utterly captivating courtesy of her inspiring energy and the palpable intention behind everything she does. You can see it in her work in Glass Onion:…
 
The next incarnation of Schmigadoon ditches the wholesome, romantic era of musicals to embrace the cynical, sleazy shows of the 60s and 70s, and we are here for it! Plus, we talk about the Justin Roiland controversy, how the front half of Epcot may soon be able to ditch those construction barricades, and whether or not the D&D film will make its sa…
 
In this week’s episode, both of our storytellers share times where they got stuck with jobs they never signed up for. Part 1: Ted Olds finds himself an unwilling participant in his son’s school assignment to look after an electronic baby doll. Part 2: Cadré Francis is less than thrilled when finds out he’s been volunteered to do demonstrations at a…
 
Jonathan talks about his take on both the Velma animated series and the live action adaptation of The Last of Us. He liked one way more than the other. Plus we cover some geek news ranging from Regal Cinemas closing some theaters to what Netflix has in store for us this year. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
In this week’s episode, both of our storytellers explore their ever changing relationships with science over the course of their lives. Part 1: All throughout his life, Chris Wade has a love-hate relationship with science, with very little love. Part 2: After Caroline Hu’s parents make her choose between art and science at age 17, she struggles wit…
 
Andrea Riseborough is one of the most exciting creators out there right now. If you can’t get behind that statement, odds are, you haven’t seen enough of her one-of-a-kind filmography. From Birdman to Battle of the Sexes, Black Mirror, Mandy, Possessor, and then some, Riseborough is consistently taking on bold projects, completely vanishing into he…
 
To err is human, even if you’re a scientist. In this week’s episode, both storytellers share moments about a time when they got things a bit wrong. Part 1: As a newly minted postdoc, Eric Jankowski has the perfect solution for helping his mentees. Part 2: Science journalist Eric Boodman gets in a little too deep on an assignment about a senior care…
 
I’ve been actively seeking out Lucy Boynton’s work ever since catching The Blackcoat’s Daughter at the Toronto International Film Festival back in 2015. She’s been delivering big ever since, making surprising choices and showing off great range at every turn so, of course, I’ve been eager to have her as a guest on Collider Ladies Night, and now the…
 
It looks like 2023 is going to have more than enough to satisfy geeks. From superhero films to animated series to movies so fast that they're actually furious, we're going to get a ton of geeky content this year. And we're here to run through it all and share our thoughts! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The new year is the time to try something new and in this week’s episode, both our storytellers approach their scientific problems in the most science-y way possible – through trial and error. It’s also how Story Collider is going to approach this year as we make a few small changes to the podcast. We can only hope to be as successful as our storyt…
 
Prof Linda Griffith from MIT shares the importance of good personal relationships within impactful collaborations. Linda Griffith is Director of the Center for Gynopathology Research at MIT. Linda shares some fascinating personal experiences from over 30 years of working with many colleagues across multiple disciplines. Developed in partnership wit…
 
Malcolm Skingle from Glaxo Smith-Kline tells Sean about the huge opportunities within industry-academia collaborations to drive science for the greater good. Prof Malcolm Skingle manages academic liaison at Glaxo Smith-Kline and faces the challenge of collaborating with people across disciplines and borders, but also bridging academia and industry.…
 
Sean speaks with three scientists involved with the HuBMAP consortium about what it takes to bring over 300 diverse experts together to achieve a common goal. Prof Katy Börner from Indiana University, Dr John Hickey from Stanford University and Dr Andrea Radtke from the US National Institutes of Health all know each other from their involvement in …
 
Sean is joined by Oded Rechavi from Tel Aviv University who discusses the power of collaborations that bring together different fields and perspectives. Oded Rechavi is a professor at Tel Aviv University in Israel and is on a mission to challenge fundamental long-held dogmas. We hear how partnerships with people with diverse backgrounds and experti…
 
Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content 2022 has drawn to a close, so the boys from PHC size up their favourite games of the year, or at least their favourite games they've played this year, as all four podcasters can't seem to count. In addition to the best of the best, we also look back at our biggest dissapointments, whi…
 
Claire Foy is a hugely talented pro. She’s been delivering big on screen and on stage for years, she won two Emmys for her work in The Crown, she earned four BAFTA nominations, two for The Crown, one for First Man and another for Wolf Hall, and now she’s rightfully in the awards season conversation yet again for her performance in Sarah Polley’s Wo…
 
In this week’s episode, both our storytellers share stories about the science-y side of sports and physical recreation. Part 1: Daniel Engber risks derailing his PhD by constant daydreaming, until his neuroscience research gives him an idea that will revolutionize the NBA. Part 2: Doomed to be the waterboy after tearing his ACL, engineering student…
 
Welcome to another incredible episode of the IDEA Collider│Pharma Book Club series with your host Mike Rea. Today, Annie Duke joins us on the show to discuss her latest book, “Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away.” Annie is an Author, Professional Speaker, Decision Strategist & co-founder of The Alliance for Decision Education, a non-profit…
 
Imagine growing up a huge Disney Channel fan and then scoring a starring role on a highly anticipated Disney+ series. That’s exactly what happened for Zuri Reed with National Treasure: Edge of History. In the sequel series to the National Treasure films starring Nicolas Cage, we meet a new lead character, Jess Valenzuela played by Lisette Olivera. …
 
The journey to science is rarely straightforward and clear cut. In this week’s episode, both our storytellers share their tales of how they came to science. Part 1: With her truck stuck in the mud in the Serengeti, Aerin Jacob learns three important lessons. Part 2: At four years old, Daniel Miller became one of the youngest people in the state of …
 
Madelaine Petsch is nearing the end of a seven-season run with Riverdale. While it’s likely scary to leave a long-running and very popular show behind, it will afford Petsch the opportunity to tackle other genres, flex new acting muscles, and maybe even get involved behind the scenes in different capacities. If her latest release, the Amazon Freeve…
 
Welcome to another incredible episode of the IDEA Collider series with your host Mike Rea. Today the Chief Financial Officer at Recursion, Dr. Michael Secora, joins us on the show as we discuss the industrial revolution of drug discovery. Michael is a scientist and a former equity investor. In the episode, Michael delves into the reasons behind the…
 
Without plants, we wouldn’t have air to breathe, and we also wouldn’t have these great stories inspired by the leafy green vegetation. This week’s episode, produced in partnership with The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology, features two stories from scientists of the cutting-edge research institute at the University of Illinois Urbana-Cha…
 
The healthcare industry is moving towards a digital revolution. With the help of digital technology, healthcare providers can now provide better and more efficient services to their patients. Digital technology has also proven to have a positive impact on patient outcomes, as well as the cost of care. Companies such as Openwater, which focuses on c…
 
There's a ton to talk about with the announcement that big changes are coming to DC films and series, and not everyone is going to be happy about it. Is Wonder Woman 3 cancelled? Wil Henry Cavill get to be Superman again? Is Jason Momoa trading his fins for whatever Lobo has? Plus we talk about some other geek news, react to some trailers, and wond…
 
In this week’s episode, both our stories are about how we see our bodies and the often complex relationship we have with them. Part 1: With the looming possibility of a double mastectomy, Connie Henderson considers her options for reconstruction. Part 2: Growing up Dhruti Shah struggles to accept her dark body hair. Connie Henderson lives in Vancou…
 
Welcome to another incredible episode of the IDEA Collider│Pharma Book Club series with your host Mike Rea. Today a competitive advantage expert, and CEO of Smart Advantage, Jaynie Smith, joins us on the show. She delves into snippets in her book, Creating Competitive Advantage, & the role of competitive advantage in increasing sales and protecting…
 
Have you watched the first two episodes of Willow on Disney+ yet? If you haven’t, you should because the series is a delightful fantasy adventure featuring a stellar main ensemble brimming with chemistry. If you’ve already seen “The Gales” and “The High Aldwin,” however, I’m willing to bet you’re eager to learn more about Willow’s Ruby Cruz who pla…
 
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