Brains On! 10 Must-To-Listen Science Podcasts

Are you a curious person looking for a science podcast to stay sharp and sound smart? Here are the top science podcasts for 2022 we have put together for you.

1. Houston, We Have a Podcast (link)

Excited to explore Earth orbit, Moon, and human spaceflight with NASA? You are in the right station! Tune in to this official science podcast of the Nasa Johnson Space Center to bring space directly to you. The podcast is hosted by Nasa's Gary Jordan. It's a deep dive into extremely complex topics, like how does communication work when you're in Deep Space? Discussions cover topics like the manufacturing process of the Orion spacecraft, tardigrades (commonly known as water bears), and more.

2. Scienceish (link)

Scienceish is a science podcast hosted by television presenter, journalist, and author Rick Edwards and Dr. Michael Brooks, science writer, editor-at-large of the New Scientist. They are here to shed light on the peculiar science behind the movies. Their conversations are going around topics like could Jurassic World happen or not? Or could we really train our brains like Marvel's Dr. Strange? Another one from Game of Thrones - could one really build an Ice Wall that big without magic? Could a Dragon really fly and breathe fire? Tune in to enjoy solid science mixed with the fascinating humor of the hosts.

3. Rocket (link)

The Rocket science podcast is hosted by Christina Warren, Simone de Rochefort, and Brianna Wu. The three hosts cover topics from tech, books, movies, games to recent news, to all the prominent names in tech, from Apple to Tesla.

4. The Future of Everything (link)

The Future of Everything weekly science podcast is hosted by senior producer Janet Babin. She delves deep into the tech industry and covers topics on how technology is changing the way we work and live. This science podcast by the Wall Street Journal looks digs deep in science and technology to predict what the future may prepare for us. The podcast covers topics about the zero-carbon future, psychedelic drugs for depression treatment, the origin of the Covid-19, and many other interesting topics.

5. Naked Scientists (link)

Do you like a science podcast presented by scientistс? If the answer is yes, then the Naked Scientists podcast is for you. This is one of the most popular science podcasts involving science students. Besides that, the Naked Scientists podcast is like a training ground for communicators in science. This weekly one-hour show also includes interviews with researchers and scientists. The podcast covers topics about Mars, Mental-Health and Managing Bitcoin, COVID Immunity, Electric vehicles, Environmental DNA.

6. Science Vs (link)

Hosted by science journalist Wendy Zukerman, Science Vs. brings science against the most popular trending ideas. During each episode, a different topic is brought to listeners' attention aiming to dispel myths related to science. The host covers topics about the secret world of plants, how science created morons, UFOs, immune-boosting, debunking misinformation, fear-mongering rumors, and more.

7. Science Friday (link)

Hosted by radio and television journalist Ira Flatow, WNYC's Science Friday gives its listeners a weekly dose of science information. During the show, the host discusses current science news and trending topics, from black holes to pandemic history, introducing its listeners to famous science researchers.

8. Hidden Brain (link)

The science podcast Hidden Brain from National Public Radio (NPR) examines the social phenomena that baffle everyone. Hosted by journalist, writer, and science correspondent Shankar Vedantam, this podcast explores the social science behind the human behavior that we witness every day.

9. DNA Today (link)

Want to stay up to date on the latest news on genetics? DNA Today science podcast is right for you. Host Kira Dineen interviews researchers, genetic counselors, and patient advocates educating people on genetics, public health, and more. Topics of discussions are about the future of cancer genetics, Parkinson's disease, the future of genetic counseling, and more.

10. Ologies (link)

The Ologies podcast is hosted by writer, actress, and television host Alie Ward. Each week she interviews an expert from a science field, such as ornithology, trichology, or volcanology. This podcast will introduce you to your favorite scientists and encourage you to.

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