I love listening to podcasts, be it when I’m walking to university or simply to pass the time on an airplane; there is something about the format of a podcast that I thoroughly enjoy. I previously did a post on 5 Maths Podcasts and I thought today I would add to that list!

**Math Ed Podcast**

Hosted by Samuel Otten from the University of Missouri, this podcast consists of interviews with mathematics education researchers about recent studies. Perfect for those interested in the teaching of mathematics, this podcast allows you to keep up to date with the most current research in this field.

### Women in Math: The Limit Does Not Exist

Inspired by the fact that women seem to be the vast minority in higher mathematics, this podcast aims to promote the visibility of women in mathematics, and so I could not fail to mention it. The episodes are short and sweet, allowing you to quickly get through a bunch of episodes (at least that’s what I did when I discovered it!)

### Mathematical Moments from the American Mathematical Society

This podcast is great in describing how mathematics plays a part of science, nature, technology and human culture. From presenting realistic animation to beating cancer, it delves into various fields where researchers talk about how they use mathematics in their work.

### Breaking Math

Personally my favourite out of all, Breaking Math aims to make math accessible to everyone and make it enjoyable – something I am also very passionate about. It airs every other week and explains confusing topics, such as chaos theory, in an accessible way. *“If you have 45 or so minutes to spare, you’re almost guaranteed to learn something new!” *

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