The science podcast that’s not about the science.
What Tech Calls Thinking with Adrian Daub
In this episode Gemma chats to Adrian Daub about his latest book What Tech Calls Thinking: An Inquiry into the Intellectual Bedrock of Silicon Valley.
Adrian Daub is a professor of comparative literature and German studies at Stanford University, and the director of Stanford’s Program in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
What Tech Calls Thinking (FSGO x Logic) @adriandaub
The Innovation Delusion with Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell
In this episode we chat to Lee Vinsel and Andrew Russell authors of The Innovation Delusion (2020), where they take on 'innovation speak' and advocate for a greater focus on what keeps the world going - maintenance. Interview starts ~20min mark.
Lee Vinsel is a Professor ub the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at Virginia Tech.
Andrew Russell is a Professor of History and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
The Innovation Delusion Lee Vinsel / @STS_News Andrew Russell / @RussellProf The Maintainers @radicalscipod / @lawrenceyolland / @gemmamilne
Scientists are workers too with Audra Wolfe
In this episode we chat to writer and science historian Audra Wolfe about organised labour, constructing a union for scientists, and the myth of apolitical science.
Calling B******t with Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West
In this episode we chat to Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West authors of Calling B******t: The Art of Scepticism in Data-Driven World.
Burning the Books with Richard Ovenden
In this episode we chat to the Richard Ovenden OBE, author of Burning the Books: A History of Knowledge Under Attack!
Rebel Cell with Kat Arney
In this episode we chat to Kat Arney author of Rebel Cell: Cancer, Evolution and the Science of Life.
Actually insightful content that will make you see the world in a new light
Simply one of my favorite Podcasts. So many interesting guests - a must listen
Excellent first episode
Really interesting - I'm someone who started Uni as a passionate and enthusiastic science student and left as a bored and uninspired graduate. I've often found the communication of science to be 'stuffy' and I'm really looking forward to hearing more from Science:disrupt and the likes of Luke about how that can change - to bring people like me back to the discipline.