Everything Hertz

By Dan Quintana

Methodology, scientific life, and bad language. Co-hosted by Dr. Dan Quintana (University of Oslo) and Dr. James Heathers (Cipher Skin)

  1. 1.
    139: Open science from a funder's perspective (with Ashley Farley)
    56:26
  2. 2.
    138: Preprints in the time of coronavirus (with Michele Avissar-Whiting)
    1:06:52
  3. 3.
    137: Ten rules for improving academic work-life balance
    53:21
  4. 4.
    136: Who peer-reviews the peer-reviewed journals?
    50:29
  5. 5.
    135: A loss of confidence
    50:53
  6. 6.
    134: Paywalled questionnaires
    56:39
  7. 7.
    133: Manuscript submission fees
    49:08
  8. 8.
    132: Post-pandemic academia
    50:44
  1. 9.
    131: Long live the overhead projector!
    1:03:12
  2. 10.
    130: Normalizing retractions (with Dorothy Bishop)
    1:00:14
  3. 11.
    129: Transparency audits
    56:51
  4. 12.
    128: How do you generate new research ideas?
    1:11:27
  5. 13.
    127: Speak up or shut up?
    51:11
  6. 14.
    126: The division of scientific labor (with Saloni Dattani)
    52:13
  7. 15.
    125: Upon reasonable request
    46:58
  8. 16.
    124: From Ptolemy to Takeshi's Castle
    51:16
  9. 17.
    123: Authenticated anonymity (with Michael Eisen)
    53:49
  10. 18.
    122: Reoptimizing scientific publishing for the internet age (with Michael Eisen)
    40:04
  11. 19.
    121: Transparent peer review
    57:35
  12. 20.
    120: How false beliefs spread in science (with Cailin O'Connor)
    47:26
  13. 21.
    119: Rules of thumb
    56:46
  14. 22.
    118: Evidence-free gatekeeping
    1:04:32
  15. 23.
    117: How we peer-review papers
    1:04:50
  16. 24.
    116: In my opinion
    1:17:14
  17. 25.
    115: A modest proposal
    1:00:06
  18. 26.
    114: Diversity in science (with Jess Wade)
    53:43
  19. 27.
    113: Citation needed
    53:11
  20. 28.
    112: Leaving academia
    51:07
  21. 29.
    111: The cumulative advantage of academic capital (with Chris Jackson)
    1:00:26
  22. 30.
    110: Red flags for errors in papers
    46:59
  23. 31.
    109: Open scientific publishing [Live episode]
    51:52
  24. 32.
    108: Requiem for a Screen
    47:45
  25. 33.
    107: Memes, TikTok, and science communication (with Chelsea Parlett-Pelleriti)
    1:05:10
  26. 34.
    106: Science on the run
    50:12
  27. 35.
    105: Tell it like it is (with Marike Schiffer)
    57:45
  28. 36.
    104: Now we'll discover which meetings could've been emails
    1:03:02
  29. 37.
    103: Swiping right
    1:17:01
  30. 38.
    102: Master of none
    1:04:14
  31. 39.
    101: Punishing research misconduct
    59:15
  32. 40.
    100: Hundredth episode live special (with Daniel Lakens, Amy Orben, and Chris Chambers)
    1:50:30
  33. 41.
    99: Science advocacy
    49:36
  34. 42.
    98: Episode titles are redundant, at best (with Sophia Crüwell)
    59:28
  35. 43.
    97: Slow science
    1:00:44
  36. 44.
    96: The chaotic state of doctoral research
    47:49
  37. 45.
    95: All good presentations are alike; each bad presentation is bad in its own way
    1:03:47
  38. 46.
    94: Predicting the replicability of research
    58:09
  39. 47.
    93: Double-blind peer review vs. open science
    54:46
  40. 48.
    92: Chaos in the brickyard
    1:13:33
  41. 49.
    91: Shifting the goalposts in statistics (with Kristin Sainani)
    1:03:45
  42. 50.
    90: Mo data mo problems
    58:04

Listen to Everything Hertz now.

Listen to Everything Hertz in full in the Spotify app