Podcasts are emerging as one of the best ways to learn, educate others, and share information in a long form, conversational format on a national and international level. We have been doing some research, and found the top five biotech podcasts for you to tune into.
Going Green, hosted by Dylan Welch, is one of the top biotech podcasts, and features interviews with leaders in the biotechnology, sustainability, and clean tech industries. Going Green is a weekly TV series and podcast, where Dylan brings on leaders and influencers in the sustainability and bio-technology industries and asks them about the trends they are seeing in their industry, and what others can do to get involved.
Talking BioTech is hosted by Dr. Kevin M. Folta. With evidence-based discussion, the Talking Biotech podcast explains how safe and useful new biotech advancements could improve our lives.
Naked Genetics is hosted by Dr. Kat Arney, with the goal of sharing news on genetic engineering technology. Naked Genetics presents DNA science and technology news to educate non-scientists on the biotech world, and help us keep up with new advancements.
Crispr Cuts is hosted by Meenakshi Prabhune, with the focus of the show looking at the future of biotech and other amazing applications through the lens of CRISPR. Prabhune interviews scientists, researchers, biotech industry leaders, journalists, science communicators, and more, to explore the latest news in the world of CRISPR and biotech.
The Long Run
The Long Run, hosted by Luke Timmerman, discusses newsworthy topics with biotech leaders. Host Luke Timmerman is joined by a different biotech specialist for each episode of The Long Run to discuss topics such as running a biotech startup, single-cell analysis, and genomic diagnostics.
What are your favorite podcasts to listen to in the biotechnology space?