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Data leaders powering data-driven innovation. In each episode, we salute Champions of Data + AI, the change agents who are shaking up the status quo. These mavericks are rethinking how data and AI can enhance the human experience. We’ll dive into their challenges — and celebrate their successes — all while getting to know these leaders a little more personally.
 
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Knee-deep in Tech

Alexander Arvidsson, Simon Binder

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Knee-Deep In Tech is a bi-weekly(-ish) podcast covering IT and technology, focusing on the Microsoft stack. We are three MVPs and Microsoft Certified Trainers with between us over 35 years of IT infrastructure experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Welcome to Data Brew by Databricks with Denny and Brooke! In this series, we explore various topics in the data and AI community and interview subject matter experts in data engineering/data science. So join us with your morning brew in hand and get ready to dive deep into data + AI! For this first season, we will be focusing on lakehouses – combining the key features of data warehouses, such as ACID transactions, with the scalability of data lakes, directly against low-cost object stores.
 
The official podcast for Utah Lake. Hosted by the Utah Lake Commission, this podcast discusses the facts, fiction and fun to do with Utah Lake. Topics include projects at the lake, answering questions and dispelling rumors, featuring popular recreation activities at the lake and more. Each episode aims to share the works and wonders of Utah Lake. *Subscribe or listen to the podcast in the "Where to Listen" section below.
 
Upholding Valor focuses on men and women from all backgrounds and eras of military service. It is our hope that this series will inspire and educate veterans to use the resources and programs they have earned while spotlighting their spirit and courage throughout our community. It is up to all of us to look out for our veterans. Hosted by Jill Atwood, Chief of Communications of the VA in Salt Lake City, Utah, and sponsored by American United Federal Credit Union, continuously striving to be ...
 
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Nature Podcast

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Nature Podcast

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The Nature Podcast brings you the best stories from the world of science each week. We cover everything from astronomy to zoology, highlighting the most exciting research from each issue of Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and providing in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors.
 
ASPN is the platform for top minds in coastal and ocean business, policy, science, and advocacy. With ASPN, you'll be better prepared, better informed, and better equipped to adapt and thrive, no matter what you do on the coast. Hear the complete coastal conversation with ASPN, a service of Coastal News Today. No other platform brings together so many cross-sectional coastal experts. We believe understanding the spectrum of coastal issues and interests is the key to truly thriving on the Ame ...
 
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Welcome to Strongwriters On Songwriting (Inside the Song), with your hosts Eric Bjarnason Martin and Scott Bradshaw. Each series will centre around a different theme with highly accomplished songwriters delving into their own personal songwriting process. Each episode will provide an opportunity to listen to and explore a few of the featured artist's songs.ROAD WARRIORS Series 2 Episodes 3-6 JERRY LEGER Leger has a thing for ghosts. The Toronto singer/songwriter confirmed it a couple of year ...
 
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U.S. and Canadian agencies are hosting a webinar on chemical contamination in Lake Huron. A Renew Michigan project viewer provides an easy way to view cleanup and redevelopment projects in Michigan. Environmental groups are applauding recent passage of a House bill with Great Lakes water infrastructure and restoration.…
 
Studying mental health in populations is not a simple task, but as the pandemic has continued, mounting concerns have mobilised researchers. Now, researchers have used data from helplines in 20 countries to assess the impacts that COVID, as well as associated political and public health measures like financial assistance programs and lockdowns, hav…
 
Tune in to hear Yao Morin, the Chief Data Officer at JLL, share insights on overcoming data quality challenges and learn about the approach she’s taking to up the game by using data to transform services and solutions in commercial real estate. Be sure to listen to the end for a friendly debate on how electrical engineering is the best major for da…
 
Streetcars were a defining feature of what it meant to live in Minneapolis and St. Paul in the early 20th Century. The elimination of the streetcar system in the 1950s, in favor of buses, dramatically reshaped life in the Twin Cities. A number of unusual characters played a role in that switch -- several of whom went to prison. Hannah Sayle and Eri…
 
On this last episode of the first year of the Ocean Decade, Taylor’s digging into one of the most innovative, but also old school, programmes of the Ocean Decade - Ocean Corps. Harkening back to John F. Kennedy’s Peace Corps, the Ocean Corps intends to be a conveyor belt of global ocean science exchange to inspire sustained, long-term ocean science…
 
Designing a nutritious and planet-friendly diet, and an AI that guides mathematicians. In this episode: 00:46 Designing a healthy diet for the planet Researchers are trying to develop diets that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while at the same time providing nutrition. Some of these sustainable diets are now being tested to see if they wor…
 
Scientist Molly Keogh, who received her PhD at Tulane University and is now a Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Oregon, Department of Earth Sciences, joins the podcast to discuss her latest paper, “Organic matter accretion, shallow subsidence, and river delta sustainability”, and its relation to Louisiana’s coast. Molly, who was featured for her …
 
A host of private companies are promising commercial fusion reactors in the next decade. After decades of promise, it finally seems that nuclear fusion is approaching commercial viability. Companies around the world are securing huge amounts of funding, and advances in materials research and computing are enabling technologies other than the standa…
 
On this special rebroadcast, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Frederick Steiner, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Stuart Weitzman School of Design. Dr. Steiner is at the vanguard of resiliency thinking and is also the author of Design with Nature Now, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Ian McHarg’s seminal book, Design wit…
 
Join the 6th episode of North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes. This month, we venture into "The Silent Watchkeepers - Lighthouses of the Great Lakes" with Mr. Wayne Sapulski, resident historian with the Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association and author of "Lighthouses of Lake Michigan" and "Great Lakes Lighthouses/American and Cana…
 
In a quickly developing story a new variant, first detected in Botswana, is triggering rapid action among researchers. The variant - currently named B.1.1.529 has more than 30 changes to the spike protein - and the concern is that these mutations may result in increased transmissibility, severity of disease or even antibody evasion. In this episode…
 
The Nature salary and satisfaction survey reveals researchers' outlook, and NASA’s test of planetary defences. In this episode: 00:45 Salary and satisfaction survey Like all aspects of life, scientific careers have been impacted by the pandemic. To get an insight into how researchers are feeling, Nature has conducted a salary and satisfaction surve…
 
Join Rising Sea Voices’ host Felicia Olmeta-Schult and Dr. Tiara Moore, environmental ecologist and postdoctoral researcher at The Nature Conservancy, to learn more about environmental DNA (eDNA) and the struggles of being a young black woman in marine science. In this episode, the upbeat Tiara explains falling in love with the ocean and its inhabi…
 
Recorded on October 24th, 2021 at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., this show features Asleep At The Wheel, Tim OBrien & Jan Fabricius, Ruthie Foster, Leyla McCalla, and Carsie Blanton. Podcast support provided by Digital Relativity. https://bit.ly/3cGWczxBy West Virginia Public Broadcasting
 
In this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, be on the lookout for the beautiful “Celebration Gator” float! We were inspired by this reptilian replica to record a riveting episode celebrating Louisiana’s most iconic animal. We’re joined by Dr. Andy Nyman, Professor, Wetland Wildlife Ecology at LSU and talk about the alligators, coastal restoratio…
 
On this week's episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham reflect on the coverage of COP26 with Nadiah Rosli, a freelance journalist and conservation communicator based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Nadiah was part of the coordinating team under this year's Climate Change Media Partnership Program which brought 22 journalists from developing co…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Shannon Cunniff, past Director of Coastal Resilience with Environmental Defense Fund, geographer and director of ASPBA, as she discusses her experience with and hopes for “getting people to partner with plants”. The discussion ranges from options for living shorelines and s…
 
Ever asked yourself, “What is being done to fix algae blooms at Utah Lake”? or “What kind of research are they doing”? This episode contains audio from the June 17, 2021 Utah Lake Commission Governing Board meeting. In that meeting, Erica Gaddis, Director of Utah Division of Water Quality reported on the progress of several research projects going …
 
Eva sits down with two guests this week to discuss ocean plastic, its impacts, and how to tackle this environmental hurdle. Adam Frederick is the Assistant Director for Education at Maryland Sea Grant; he discusses his work in hands-on science curricula that raises awareness of microplastic pollution in classrooms from Baltimore County to European …
 
Spineless sea squirts shed light on vertebrate evolution, and an iodine-fuelled engine powering a satellite in space. In this episode: 00:45 A story of sea squirts, ancient vertebrates and missing genes When a PhD student set out to study the developmental pathways of a strange sea creature, he hoped to shed light on the origins of vertebrate anima…
 
In this month's episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Admiral Tim Gallaudet guides us on the topic of coastal resilience We look at ways to achieve coastal resilience and how that contributes to the American Blue Economy by protecting communities and businesses. Our coasts are subject to a range of challenges, including those assoc…
 
On this episode of Delta Dispatches, Jacques Hebert and Simone Maloz talk to Elizabeth Chamberlain, Assistant Professor, Wageningen University, about her career as a coastal geologist. Liz got her start at LSU and Tulane researching the Mississippi River Delta and has gone on to study deltas around the world. She joins Jacques and Simone to discuss…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk about the volcanoes of Hawaii with Dr. Matthew Patrick, a research geologist at the USGS operated Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), which monitors the active volcanoes in Hawaii, assesses their hazards, issues warnings, and advances scientific understanding to reduce impacts of volcanic eru…
 
Two new anti-viral pills have been shown to be safe and effective against COVID in clinical trials, according to recent press releases. The drugs, molnupiravir, developed by Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, and Paxlovid, developed by Pfizer both appear to significantly reduce hospitalisation in people with early COVID. Some researchers are quie…
 
Join host, Jenna Valente, and her guest, Whit Jones, for a special Veteran’s Day episode of the Sea Change Podcast. Whit is the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans, an organization founded by veterans and provides veterans, boaters, and community volunteers, the opportunity to make a real environmental difference …
 
Reassessing 24,000 years of global temperatures, and on the ground at COP26. In this episode: 01:21 Reassessing Earth’s climate over the past 24,000 years The ~20,000 year period from the Last Glacial Maximum to the pre-industrial era saw huge changes to the Earth’s climate. But characterising how temperatures changed during this time has been diff…
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, Amanda Tritinger, PhD and Laura Verderame, PhD join co-hosts Jon and Heather to discuss transitioning from the comforts of grad school life to the relative unknown of the real world. Amanda, is a Research Hydraulic Engineer at US Army Corps of Engineers Engineering Research and Development Center and Laura is a Cat…
 
Lake Kivu, nestled between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, is a geological anomaly that holds 300 cubic kilometres of dissolved carbon dioxide and 60 cubic kilometres of methane. The lake has the potential to explosively release these gases, which could fill the surrounding valley, potentially killing millions of people. Researcher…
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham welcome Tamara Kahn to the show to announce ASPN's newest addition, Wave Makers, a show about the blue tech frontier. Before diving into promoting the incredible innovations of the ocean and water industry, Tamara spent a decade ocean bound for weeks at a time, working with state-of-the-art geophy…
 
This month, the "acronym-of-the-month" is back, and Taylor questions her hip-ness during this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show. Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA)'s CEO and founder Daniela Fernandez and Taylor cover the role of entrepreneurs in the ocean space, the importance of youth voices and innovation in ocean policy conversations, how S…
 
Last weekend, hundreds of young people boarded a specially chartered train in Amsterdam to travel to Glasgow ahead of the United Nations COP26 climate summit. Among them were scientists, activists and policy makers. In a Nature Podcast special, we boarded the train to catch up with some of them - to talk about their science, their motivations and t…
 
On this months episode, Howard and Dan will share the insider scoop on the Coastal Barrier Resources Act, and the reauthorization of expiring beach projects. In addition, they’ll break down what’s in store for the coast in Biden's latest Build Back Better proposal and talk Public Private Partnerships with the Corps now that a final agreement for th…
 
This week on Delta Dispatches, Jacques and Simone chat with friend of the show Helen Rose Patterson, senior outreach coordinator with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). She’s here to talk about NOLA River Fest 2021, happening this week! Don’t miss the virtual panels covering a range of interesting topics concerning the Mississippi River: https…
 
In this episode, Eric speaks with two-time Juno nominee and prolific songwriter, Lori Yates. She is sometimes remembered as "the cowgirl who was singing her heart out in the punk clubs with Rang Tango". She is still singing her heart out, both as a solo artist and member of the super-group Hey Stella. Lori has been long recognized by her peers and …
 
In the final episode of the Teachers, Mentors and Friends series, we're excited to introduce Blair Packham, who will debut two new songs from his upcoming release with The Impossible Dream. A former cohost of a long running major market weekly new radio show about music in the studio on the Bell Media Talk Radio Network. And now, 16 years after his…
 
Welcome to Strongwriters on Songwriting (Inside the Song) with your host, Eric Bjarnason Martin and Scott Bradshaw. Each series of this podcast will center around a different theme with highly accomplished songwriters as they delve of into their songwriting process. On each episode, we will have an opportunity to listen to and explore a few of the …
 
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