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Self-isolation got you yawning? From music, sci-fi and comedy to history and art, here are some tip-top podcasts serving some essential mental nourishment!
ITMO Research is the first major podcast of ITMO University that will cover scientific topics in various fields, from physics to business. As part of the podcast, the host will talk with ITMO University’s staff members and researchers. It’s not just lectures or audio guides, but rather an attempt to explain a specific topic for those who aren’t familiar with it, as well as to present another approach for those who are. Find out more about the new media project by ITMO University in our article.
Megabyte Media – a joint student media at ITMO University – has launched a new project, Q.E.D. (Latin for “which was to be proven” – ed. note), a podcast about evidence-based medicine created in collaboration with the Cancer Prevention Foundation. The podcast will focus on oncology, discussing issues and busting common myths. New episodes are to come out every two weeks, with the first one released on May 14.
Founder of CritMouse Podcast Aleksandr Golovin On What’s Wrong With Popular Science Podcasts in Russia
In late April, ITMO’s Center for Science Communication held an online meetup with Aleksandr Golovin, a graduate of the university’s Science Communication Master’s program, founder of the CritMouse popular science podcast and co-founder of the Two Tracks podcast studio. Aleksandr spoke of the current state of the podcast market in Russia, its development prospects, and things it lacks.
Real life has been put on hold, so why not live vicariously through the podcast one? From personal experiences of attempting to change the world and relationship heart-to-hearts to mental health pep talks, light-hearted movie banter, and a history podcast-tuned-insomnia cure, here are some of our picks for you!
The awards season has come and gone, delivering some great surprises and hideous snubs alike, but the film industry never slumbers. Luckily, helping us make sense of it all are a trusty troop of film podcasts – here are some of our favorites!
October always starts on a high note for millennials, with three memorable days – International Podcast Day on September 30, International Coffee Day on October 1, and Mean Girls Day on October 3 – arguably forming the Holy Trinity of the Gen Y autumn calendar. So come sit with us with a hot cup of java and let’s pay our reverent homages to this wonderful time of the year with our five favorite pods of late!
The authors of the CritMouse popular science podcast, ITMO University Master’s students of science communication Alexander Golovin and Irina Asadullina, have recently launched Two Tracks, St. Petersburg's first podcast studio. ITMO.NEWS asked the students about their project, plans for the future, and what makes a good podcast.
Are you planning to become an analyst or are already working as one? Do you get a kick out of all things data? Here are six thematic podcasts in English for you to enjoy!