Best Connectome podcasts we could find (Updated August 2018)
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Breaking news from the frontiers of neuroscience.
 
Connect("on-demand"); is an on-going series of short videos that help you stay up-to-date on Microsoft developer tools and services such as Visual Studio, .NET, Visual Studio Online, Application Insights, Azure and much more.
 
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Join Dr. Sandi Eveleth as she gives tips, tricks and interviews by industry experts on How to Make ALL the Right Connections to Increase Profits for Your Business. You'll learn new ways of networking with your industry's influencers, both online and offline, to help you, your customers & potential customers succeed. Remember, it's not what you know, but whom you know that matters! Follow her blog at SandiEveleth.com.
 
This is the Connector Podcast with your host Conor Lynch. The Connector Podcast will bring you in-depth interviews with influential and inspirational makers, movers and shakers in our hyperconnected global world.This is the podcast for ambitious people who want to learn the secrets of success from experts and entrepreneurs in business, technology, marketing, social media, entertainment and much more.I want to focus on the people with the optimium mix of inspiration and perspiration. I see th ...
 
Created with the intention to Consciously Connect and keep it real w: real people about real life.
 
This podcast is another opportunity for the school district to connect with parents and community members about the work of Mariemont City Schools, to really go in depth on the topics that are important to our school district and to our community.
 
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Ben chats with Sebastian Seung, a neuroscience researcher whose latest work — in cooperation with teams at MIT, at Germany’s Max Planck Institute and at other cutting-edge institutions — is proving that an improbable-sounding dream isn’t so improbable after all: We may be able to map the structure and function of every neural connection in an e ...…
 
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