Best Connectome podcasts we could find (Updated June 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 ...
 
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.
 
Created with the intention to Consciously Connect and keep it real w: real people about real life.
 
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Bear with us for a second, but do you know the Belinda Carlisle song "Heaven is a Place on Earth"? It's actually scientifically accurate. American public intellectual Michael Shermer says that any idea of the afterlife makes zero sense: your mind and therefore your memories are beholden to your body and that any version of you that made it into ...…
 
Building a road map of all the nerve connections in the brain, including in the eye, is key to understanding what makes us who we are. Bryan Jones, Ph.D., an investigator at the Moran Eye Center, talks about his research building a connectome of the retina. He explains how he and his colleagues are approaching the massive project and how such w ...…
 
Robinson, E (BioMedIA Group (Imperial College London))Wednesday 19th April 2017 - 15:40 to 16:15
 
Dr. Gordon Lithgow of the Buck Institute for Research on Aging tells us about worms! Well, more accurately, his lab does research on nematodes, particularly an animal known as C. elegans. This unassuming scientific model has a lot of important advantages for science: they can be frozen and subsequently thawed and retain viability, they are extr ...…
 
When it comes to boys vs. girls, is one smarter?Being A Woman: https://youtu.be/_j2kfa5NGqUSUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/asapsciGET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/Created by: Mitchell Moffit and Gregory BrownWritten by: Rachel Salt, Gregory Brown and Mitchell MoffitIllustrated: by: Max SimmonsEdited by: Sel GhebrehiwotFOLLOW US!In ...…
 
Veggies with Vision: Do Plants See the World around Them? - from Scientific American: Latest NewsNASA Plans to Build a Gigantic Space Telescope from 2 Tiny CubeSats - from Scientific American: Latest NewsHow Do Connectomes Contribute to Human Cognition? - from Scientific American: Latest News
 
Sustainable Business Fridays: Entrepreneurship and Giving Before Taking Martin Freeman of Bard's MBA in Sustainability spoke with Adam Kearney, Founder and CEO of Propsboard, to discuss his early beginnings as a community organizer. Kearney raised over $96,000 in four months for a family in need, taught himself how to code, and founded Propsboa ...…
 
Biohacker’s Podcast Teemu Arina interviews professor Russell Hanson on our current capabilities of making a digital copy of a human brain on the connectome level. Professor Russell Hanson is founder and CEO of Brain Backups a company with the ambitious mission of providing non-destructive non-invasive brain imaging at the connectome level. Why ...…
 
http://biohackersummit.comRussell Hanson is founder and CEO of Brain Backups a company with the ambitious mission of providing non-destructive non-invasive brain imaging at the connectome level
 
The connectome--a silly word and a somewhat simple concept that has caused significant debate amongst neuroscientists worldwide. In this episode, we teach the controversy surrounding the big C. First, we trudge through a definition of the connectome (it means different things to different people, but generally centers on mapping out what's conn ...…
 
Interview with Maria Cork; Forgotten Superheroes of Science: Carlos Juan Finlay; News Items: Replications in Science, Single Atom Data Storage, The Connectome, HAARP, Bio Bot; Who's That Noisy; What's the Word: Estivation; Your Questions and E-mails: Snake Follow up, Archaic Words; Science or Fiction…
 
Interview with Maria Cork; Forgotten Superheroes of Science: Carlos Juan Finlay; News Items: Replications in Science, Single Atom Data Storage, The Connectome, HAARP, Bio Bot; Who's That Noisy; What's the Word: Estivation; Your Questions and E-mails: Snake Follow up, Archaic Words; Science or Fiction…
 
What can we learn from studying the vast complexity of wiring in the brain? In this week's episode, Professor Movshon explains why a functional perspective is lacking in a connectomics approach that limits our ability to understand what the brain is doing. We'll also hear about how a diverse set of scientific interests can make for a fruitful a ...…
 
Our guest is Olaf Sporns, Professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University in Bloomington and co-director of the Indiana University Network Science Institute . We speak with him about network theory, “rich clubs” in the brain, and jump-starting the “connectomics” movement.…
 
Humans have 10 times more neurons in our brain than there are people on the earth, so how do these billions of cells manage to all work together? Misha, Ben, and Joe sit down with Dr. Jeff Lichtman, professor of Neuroscience at Harvard University, to talk about his work understanding the complexity of how neurons connect with one another. We di ...…
 
Original Air Date: MARCH 18, 2016 | The human brain is complex, its various regions wired together by vast and intricate networks of connections so abundant, it’s a wonder we ourselves can understand how it actually works. But a couple of studies are doing exactly that.One is a study being conducted right here in our community, taking a closer ...…
 
Through the groundbreaking Human Connectome Project, researchers like Deanna Barch have spent years mapping the complex wiring of the human brain. Barch, who chairs the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, provides a behind-the-scenes look into the project and helps us understand the links betwee ...…
 
Mark, Wes, and Tdawg at King Valley Chinese Restaurant in Pinole, CA. Sites of Interest: Chai Energy ZigBee protocol Heart surgeon visualized a tricky operation with Google Cardboard You too can play surgery with Cardboard You can get your Google Cardboard here View-Master Virtual Reality Samsung Gear VR powered by Oculus Oculus Rift pre-order ...…
 
ARTICLE DISCUSSED: The Alzheimer Structural Connectome: Changes in Cortical Network Topology with Increased Amyloid Plaque Burden. Radiology 2014;273(1):175-184.
 
The Human Connectome Project has collected data of hundreds of individuals ranging from brain imaging to genetic and lifestyle information. Now researchers from the University of Oxford have used this information to see how much our lifestyle choices and personality traits are reflected in our brains. Karla Miller explained their findings to Co ...…
 
The Human Connectome Project has collected data of hundreds of individuals ranging from brain imaging to genetic and lifestyle information. Now researchers from the University of Oxford have used this information to see how much our lifestyle choices and personality traits are reflected in our brains. Karla Miller explained their findings to Co ...…
 
The Human Connectome Project has collected data of hundreds of individuals ranging from brain imaging to genetic and lifestyle information. Now researchers from the University of Oxford have used this information to see how much our lifestyle choices and personality traits are reflected in our brains. Karla Miller explained their findings to Co ...…
 
The Human Connectome Project has collected data of hundreds of individuals ranging from brain imaging to genetic and lifestyle information. Now researchers from the University of Oxford have used this information to see how much our lifestyle choices and personality traits are reflected in our brains. Karla Miller explained their findings to Co ...…
 
Antoine Jerusalem, Associate Professor at the Department of Engineering Science, talks about the importance of Open Data for his work on the computational modeling of materials and his involvement in the Human Connectome Project.
 
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 ...…
 
https://nicknjames.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/nick-and-james-3.m4a Connectome Project, MRI brain mapping, uploading consciousness, death, marathon des Sables.
 
Monica Anderson is CTO and co-founder of Sensai Corporation and founder of Syntience Inc. She has created Industrial grade Model Based (programmed) AI systems for decades but insists that the path to human-like Understanding Machines requires adopting "Model Free Methods" where ALL Models of the Problem Domain are created by the system itself ( ...…
 
Building on the work of the Human Connectome Project, which is identifying the neural pathways that underlie brain function and behavior, a new study at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is aiming to identify how those pathways are different in people with psychiatric illnesses. Researchers are using high-resolution imaging ...…
 
Our guest is Sean X. Luo, M. D., Ph. D. of Columbia University who will be talking about his research on precision medicine, connectomics, and addiction and how they relate to risk and reward.
 
[intro music] Host – Dan Keller Hello, and welcome to Episode Twenty-one of Multiple Sclerosis Discovery, the podcast of the MS Discovery Forum. I’m your host, Dan Keller. This week’s podcast features an interview with Dr. Paul Matthews about imaging in multiple sclerosis. But to begin, here’s a brief summary of some of the latest developments ...…
 
Sunday Morning With Coffee is a sleepy morning jam session by Time for Trees. New episodes are available every two weeks on Soundcloud, iTunes and Mixcloud. Grab a cup, kick back and hang out with your pal, Time for Trees. Download. 1. Monolith by Untethered 2.New Piano (Minilogue's Ocean of Love) (Original Mix) by Sumsun 3. Tubes by Charles We ...…
 
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