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Elizabeth Blackburn

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Elizabeth Blackburn: Nobel Prize Conversations

Nobel Prize Conversations

Medicine laureate Elizabeth Blackburn has strong feelings about the value of science. In this conversation with Adam Smith, she speaks openly about how society must begin to understand just how important science is in our lives. She also discusses the climate crisis and shares her experiences from a recent visit to Antartica, where she found herself reminded of the severe consequences of climate change. They also take time for an exploration of the future of science, including the future of Blackburn's own research. Elizabeth Blackburn was the 2009 Nobel Prize laureate in physiology or medicine. The host of Nobel Prize Conversations is Adam Smith, Chief Scientific Officer at Nobel Prize Outreach. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


13 Oct 2021

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CinciNatter: Episode 136 - ELIZABETH BLACKBURN

CinciNatter - The Bengals UK Podcast

In this week's episode, Paul and Nathan welcome Bengals' Director of Strategy and Engagement, Elizabeth Blackburn, who discusses the club's popularity abroad, her thoughts on the media's perception of the team and what she's looking forward to most about the season.Closing song: Boris Gardner 'Elizabethan Reggae'

1hr 7mins

9 Aug 2021

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Cincinnati Bengals Beat Podcast: Bengals Ring Of Honor Is Official - Who Should Be The Final Two In 2021? Gio Bernard Release And What It Could Mean. Director of Strategy and Engagement Elizabeth Blackburn Joins To Talk The ROH And Why It Was Time.

Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals Beat Podcast (#BBP)

1hr 15mins

8 Apr 2021

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Elizabeth Blackburn, Bengals' focus on fan reconnection & establishing traditions & would you rather have Watt or Lawson?

Hear That Podcast Growlin': A show about the Cincinnati Bengals

Paul and Jay examine the Bengals' attempt to reconnect with its fanbase and establish new traditions by way of social media, marketing, and more. Elizabeth Blackburn, the club's Director of Strategy and Engagement, is at the effort's core. She describes to Paul and Jay the organization's goals and ideas in this pursuit. What's the bedrock of tradition? Can Cincinnati imitate what Kansas City, among other teams, has done in building its community? Plus, J.J. Watt is now an Arizona Cardinal. The sack maestro recorded few sacks against Cincinnati during his time in Houston, but what other non-conference, and conference, defensive linemen have a penchant for blanketing Bengals quarterbacks? Also, would you rather have Watt or Carl Lawson on the Bengals? Lastly, PDJ and JM share a cap casualty update.Rundown:(4:00) Cincinnati's attempt to reconnect with its fanbase(21:00) Elizabeth Blackburn interview(32:00) Establishing traditions(50:30) Watt or Lawson & Watt stats(1:01:00) Cap casualty updateFollow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjrFollow Jay on Twitter: @JayMorrisonATHJoin The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theathletic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 19mins

2 Mar 2021

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Talking Reds Spring Training start and Elizabeth Blackburn's statement

Kings of Queen City

On today's episode, Jake and Eli start by talking about the Bengals and Elizabeth Blackburn's newest article and statement on the direction of the team. Next Jake and Eli talk a little about Bengal's free agency before talking some hot takes for Reds spring training, as well as talking about the division.  We hope you enjoy this episode and join us next week!Our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/KOQC


26 Feb 2021

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Elizabeth Blackburn takes the spotlight at PBS and Callahan takeaways

Locked On Bengals - Daily Podcast On The Cincinnati Bengals

Jake and James break down exactly what the Cincinnati Bengals are doing by featuring the youngest Blackburn as they try to rally the fanbase. Then, we revisit the Brian Callahan interview and hit on the big takeaways about what the team is looking for in wide receiver and whether they're really going to fix the offensive line in front of Joe Burrow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


25 Feb 2021

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Episode 22: Discovery is at our core: Prof. Elizabeth Blackburn

That's what I call Science!

We have an absolute treat for you this week as we interviewed Hobart born, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Elizabeth Blackburn. Prof. Blackburn is the first Australian Woman and only Tasmanian to receive the Nobel Prize and we interviewed her about her ground-breaking work, the impact of her work for human health, the role Tasmania played in her love for science and her experience as a woman in STEM.This episode is part of our special feature for Tasmanian's National Science Week campaign. Science Street Party on Saturday 3rd August from 4-8pm in Good Grief Studios focuses on celebrating the work of Tasmanian scientists by installing a street art piece with a mural of Elizabeth Blackburn. Come along to meet local scientists and see some wonderful art and science cross over. For more info or to book tickets:https://www.facebook.com/sciencestreetparty/https://www.facebook.com/events/1081049775420106/


27 Jul 2019

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Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn on the Science of Aging

Kickass News

Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn is a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who was named one of TIME Magazine's 100 Most Influential People for her research into human telomeres and how they affect how we age.  She’ll share how everything from your marriage to where you live effects your longevity, how trauma experienced during childhood and even in the womb can shorten our lives, and some tricks you can use to change your perspective and keep life’s worries from sending you to an early grave.  She'll give tips for extending longevity and repairing your telomeres, she’ll weigh in on tests that measure your telomeres and supplements that claim to extend telomeres, and she'll explain why when it comes to telomere growth, you CAN get too much of a good thing. Special thanks to the Milken Institute for hosting this interview during the 2017 Milken Global Conference.  Visit www.milkeninstitute.org to learn more about the exciting research they are doing in health science and aging.   Order her book THE TELOMERE EFFECT: A REVOLUTIONARY APPROACH TO LIVING YOUNGER, HEALTHIER, LONGER on Amazon or download the audiobook for free with a special trial offer just for our listeners at www.audibletrial.com/kickassnews.   Please subscribe to Kickass News on Apple Podcasts and follow us on Facebook at Kickass News or on Twitter at @KickassNewsPod.  You can also visit www.kickassnews.com for more fun stuff. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


28 Jul 2017

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The Telomere Effect with Guests Elizabeth Blackburn and Elissa Epel

The Urban Monk Podcast

What is it about some people that appear to age with seemingly supernatural abilities? Why do others appear to age quickly before their time? While there are many factors to aging, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn discovered a biological indicator called telomerase, an enzyme that replenishes telomeres. What do telomeres do? What research were Dr. Blackburn and Dr. Elissa Epel able to discover when it comes to biological factors determining aging? Beyond just physical aging, what does this mean for mental capabilities as we age? And just what other factors do play into how we age and what are we able to control? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://well.org/subscribe Subscribe to The Urban Monk Podcast on iTunes: http://theurbanmonk.com/ Connect with us: http://well.org/ Facebook - http://well.org/facebook Twitter - http://well.org/twitter Pinterest - http://well.org/pinterest YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/wellchannel


2 Mar 2017

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Protect Your Telomeres with Elizabeth Blackburn PhD Nobel Prize Winner

Empowered Patient Podcast

Elizabeth Blackburn PhD was trained as a molecular biologist and is currently the President of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies.  She is the winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize for her groundbreaking discovery of telomeres that protect the end of chromosomes and the enzyme telomerase that produces the telomeres' DNA.  Liz and her co-author Elissa Epel, PhD have translated this basic research into a book The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer that provides a way for the general consumer to understand the science of telomeres and genetics and how lifestyle choices can impact the health of the cells in the body. Originally from Tasmania, Australia Liz also reflects on whether there is a genetic predisposition for becoming a scientist. Salk.edu The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer by Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD and Elissa Epel, PhD


11 Jan 2017