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Veritalk

Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

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Do you have a curious mind? Do you sometimes daydream about having a PhD in literature, science, or history? Go inside the minds of PhDs at Harvard University with the Veritalk podcast. Veritalk is produced at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. In each three-episode miniseries of Veritalk, you’ll hear how PhD students from different fields are trying to answer really big questions about the world.
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Harvard University

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Harvard University's SoundCloud channel shares audio content about life and learning that takes place here on campus and around the world. Harvard is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to developing leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally. The University has twelve degree-granting Schools in addition to the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Based in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts, Harvard has an enrollment of over 20,000 degree candid ...
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The Harvard EdCast

Harvard Graduate School of Education

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In the complex world of education, the Harvard EdCast keeps the focus simple: what makes a difference for learners, educators, parents, and our communities. The EdCast is a weekly podcast about the ideas that shape education, from early learning through college and career. We talk to teachers, researchers, policymakers, and leaders of schools and systems in the US and around the world — looking for positive approaches to the challenges and inequities in education. Through authentic conversat ...
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Science@SEAS

Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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Get ready to breakdown the most egregious perpetrator of jargon warfare in all of science: the title of an academic paper. Each episode, we will sit down with a researcher from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and talk about a recent paper, with the one and only goal of understanding the title.
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A podcast presented by Harvard Magazine. Managing editor Jonathan Shaw sits down with some of the world’s most thoughtful scholars to discuss everything from academic ethics – to hip hop music and medical marijuana.
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Houghton75

Houghton Library

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The Houghton75 podcast presents different voices and perspectives on Houghton Library in its seventy-fifth year. Throughout 2017, Harvard’s principal repository of rare books and manuscripts is celebrating its world-class collections of primary sources, and support of research and teaching over the last 75 years. The series kicks off with Harvard faculty members sharing their thoughts on the collection item they chose for the exhibition HIST 75H: A Masterclass on Houghton Library. The chosen ...
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The Kathryn W. and Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University seeks to foster comprehensive understanding and multidisciplinary study of Russia and the countries of Eurasia. Founded in 1948 as the Russian Research Center, the Davis Center sponsors a master's program, seminars and conferences, targeted research, fellowships, undergraduate and graduate student support, and an outreach program. The center's more than 300 affiliates come from Harvard Univer ...
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Equipping you to successfully pursue the college of your dreams. I believe that the world needs every student to reach their full potential. College admittance shouldn't hold you back. I'm an educator and Harvard grad who has been in your shoes. I designed this podcast to accompany the Ivy League Challenge (my online course) to support my listeners. I've met with graduates, admissions officers, and professors to identify the criteria used to select candidates. I've crafted a road map for suc ...
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Led by Ricardo Hausmann, the Growth Lab at Harvard Kennedy School pushes the frontiers of economic growth and development policy research, collaborates with policymakers to design actions, and shares insights through teaching, tools and publications, in the pursuit of inclusive prosperity.
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Berkman Center for Internet and Society: Video Fishbowl

Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

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Peek inside the Berkman Center's Video Fishbowl: Conversations with leading cyber-scholars, entrepreneurs, activists, and policymakers as they explore the bleeding edge of the internet and technology, democracy, law, and society. (Also available as audio) From the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University
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Did you ever wonder how your favorite concussion researcher got interested in concussions? Or, what motivates them every day? Or, maybe even, what is their favorite podcast or current playlist? Join the U-M Concussion Center as we have informal conversations with world-renowned concussion researchers and friends of the center to help you get to know them a little better.
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Host Sam Ushio interviews people who have taken intentional steps to discover and live their ikigai. Each episode features inspiring stories that highlight the journey toward a living a life filled with purpose.
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In this 10-episode series, America’s top admissions consultant and audition coach, Michael Justin Lee interviews current students and recent graduates of elite American universities. Each episode covers the unique story of a guest, their childhood, a meticulous account of how they tackled each aspect of the college application process to their dream university, and how their life and studies at that university have shaped them.
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Upstream is where host Erik Torenberg goes deeper with the world's most interesting thinkers to map the constellation of ideas that matter across tech, culture, and politics. On this season of Upstream, you'll hear from Marc Andreessen, David Sacks, Balaji Srinivasan, Sam Harris, Joe Lonsdale, Katherine Boyle, and more. Upstream is part of the Turpentine podcast network. To learn more: turpentine.co
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The Crush

Davin Sweeney

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As a college admissions counselor, I think “The Crush” sums up the way most people feel about the college admissions process and the college experience itself. High school students fall into a deep infatuation with a potential future alma mater, maybe even many, and work themselves into ulcerous, sleepless fits trying to find a way to get noticed and give them a chance. And then there’s the other kind of crush....the physical weight of it all. The pressure of expectations for yourself, your ...
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PolicyCast

Harvard Kennedy School

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Our hosts speak with leading experts in public policy, media, and international affairs about their experiences confronting the world's most pressing public problems.
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I’m Julie Kim, and I’m the host of Demystifying College Admissions. Look, I’ve been there before! Navigating through the college admissions process is overwhelming, confusing and ultimately stressful. This podcast is designed to inspire high school students to identify their passions, learn all about the most updated college admissions strategies, with guests and experts from all industries! And the best part is we’ll also dive into mental health so that this podcast will be a healthy, safe, ...
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Raise the Line

Michael Carrese, Shiv Gaglani

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Join hosts Shiv Gaglani, Hillary Acer and Michael Carrese for an ongoing exploration of how to improve health and healthcare with prominent figures and pioneers in healthcare innovation such as Chelsea Clinton, Mark Cuban, Dr. Ashish Jha, Dr. Eric Topol, Dr. Vivian Lee and Sal Khan as well as senior leaders at organizations such as the CDC, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, WHO, Harvard University, NYU Langone and many others.
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Policy Works

Reimagining the Economy Project, Harvard Kennedy School, Reimagining the Economy

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Policy Works investigates the myriad moving parts (the institutions, actors, and systems) through which economic development policies are implemented. Policy Works is hosted by the Reimagining the Economy team at Harvard Kennedy School. The Reimagining the Economy project explores local labor market, industrial, and development policies, combined with practitioner insights, to produce multidisciplinary scholarship to reshape narratives about how we achieve inclusive prosperity. It is co-led ...
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'Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-2023' is a project run by Dr Marie Coleman and Dr Dominic Bryan at Queen's University Belfast. The project, which is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, examines approaches to the upcoming centenary of the partition of Ireland and is one of a number of funded research projects being undertaken at Queen's University Belfast linked to the commemoration of the Irish 'decade of centenaries'. Speakers at 'Commemorating Parti ...
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Subscribe now to hear this popular and influential show with host Janice McDonald. You’ll hear Inspiring Conversations with Fearless Women trailblazers in business,sports, arts and culture, politics and more. Listen as they share their stories, the challenges and insights into how they’ve been driven to change the world and make it a better place, in whatever arena they are competing in. Practical tips. True Stories. Authentic Leadership. Real People. Big Ideas. Serious Inspiration.
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“In Reality” debunks fake news and elevates the innovative researchers, entrepreneurs, journalists and policymakers who are fighting back against toxic misinformation. Co-hosts Joan Donovan, research director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media and Public Policy, and Eric Schurenberg, an award-winning journalist and former CEO of Fast Company, engage guests in enlightening conversations about solutions to this scourge and the path back to a shared reality.
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LEO Podcast

Aman Shrivastava

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Whether it's health, job advice, social advice, or just plain old inspiration, life is a never-ending self-improvement quest... Each episode will energize you in one way or another. We go inside the minds of some of the most brilliant and successful people in order to mine the gems they've made throughout their lifetimes.
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Studying abroad in Israel is a life-changing experience. Over the last 10 years, Thrive Study Abroad has guided hundreds of students on their study abroad journey, gifting them with an immersive and meaningful Israel experience. Hear their real, uncensored stories in our exclusive podcast, Thrive: Study AbroadCast.
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Classically Minded was born to document the lives and musicians during the Covid-19 Pandemic and to create a safe space for musicians to discuss the important issues of the day. This show is hosted by Garrett John Law.
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Introverts are adventurous. Introverts are funny. Introverts can be social…when we want to be! Join the conversation around one of the most misunderstood personality types to learn what makes us tick and why we are incredible to partner with at work, home and play. Check out HushLoudly: Introverts Redefined.
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Cold Call

Harvard Business School

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Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
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GenZers to rise!

Vasileios Skarleas

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On this podcast we are hosting interviews and conversations with people from around the world that can force our listeners to start their own projects and discover new exciting things, or to reflect on current events. We cover the different ideas surrounding entrepreneurship from technical details to creating an impact. Produced by Vasilis Skarleas
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Gatecrashers

Mark Oppenheimer

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From the team behind Unorthodox—the #1 Jewish podcast—comes a new eight-part series detailing the hidden history of Jews and the Ivy League. Gatecrashers tells the story of how Jews fought for acceptance at elite schools, and how the Jewish experience in the Ivy League shaped American higher education, and shaped America at large. Hosted by Mark Oppenheimer, each episode focuses on one Ivy League school: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Columbia, Brown, Cornell, and the University of Pen ...
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Artificial intelligence. Robotics. The Gig Economy. Globalization. The world is changing at a dizzying pace in ways that will have a profound effect on the economy, jobs and the flow of talent. How will firms cope with the changes ahead and what steps do they need to take today? Each episode features faculty from the world’s leading business school interviewing CEOs, technologists and experts on the bleeding edge discussing how to survive and thrive by managing the future of work.
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Accounting for Change

Oracle Corporation

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Continuous innovation is a key factor in successful businesses. Companies that thrive are ones that can reinvent themselves. In this show, Kimberly Ellison-Taylor, the 104th Chair of the American Institute of CPAs, and Tansy Brook, the Senior Director of ERP Innovation at Oracle, speak with forward-looking business leaders on how you can adapt, lead change, and promote a culture of innovation in your organization.
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The Underwater Technology Podcast

Society for Underwater Technology

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Weekly short podcast from the Society for Underwater Technology featuring news & an interview with an expert on underwater technology, engineering, science, history & policy from across the international subsea world. For more about SUT visit www.sut.org, email info@sut.org SUT is a Learned Society for underwater technology, engineering & science established 1966. We're a Charity / Not for Profit in most of the countries where we operate. Local branches in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, M ...
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The personal podcast of artist/actor YOHIO. Based in Tokyo, Japan, this podcast includes personal stories as well as conversations with interesting guests. Welcome to the world of YOHIO.
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Citizens for Free Speech is the premier national training and networking organization for local activists who are ready to exercise their First Amendment rights in a strategic and responsible manner in order to effect meaningful policy changes in their local cities, towns and communities.
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Join College Essay Advisors' Founder and Chief Advisor, Stacey Brook, and Director of Advising, Becca Myers, for the inside scoop on all things college essay-related – from brainstorming tips to real time essay reviews. This is your chance to go behind the scenes at CEA and discover what admissions is really looking for!
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The daily space intelligence and analysis that global space industry leaders and experts depend on. Published each weekday, this program also includes interviews with a wide spectrum of experts from industry, academia, and research organizations all over the world. Visit us to learn more at https://space.n2k.com/
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We had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Grant Iverson, a neuropsychology specialist and clinician scientist in mild TBI and mental health, on this week's Concussion Headliners episode. Dr. Iverson shares his unique journey from growing up on a 35-acre farm in Northern Iowa, where his family had up to 40 horses at their peak! He takes us throug…
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A panel of US spaceport representatives converged on Washington DC this week to explain to lawmakers the growing importance of spaceports to the economy. Facilitated by the Global Spaceport Alliance, the panel of spaceport operators discussed the value that their facilities bring to the regions they serve and the potential for what they can bring t…
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Voyager one’s four science instruments are now fully functioning allowing the probe to resume gathering information about interstellar space. NASA and Boeing are extending the Starliner capsule’s stay on the International Space Station until at least June 22. The U.S. Space Force has awarded Blue Origin, SpaceX and United Launch Alliance spots on a…
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In 2019 Erik Torenberg sat down with Balaji Srinivasan and Glen Weyl to talk about the future of a decentralized world. They cover decentralized governance, politics, voting, and more. This conversation was recorded orginally for Village Global's Venture Stories. 🔥 Apply to join over 400 founders and Execs in the Turpentine Network: https://hmplogx…
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How do each of the five sections of the Common App come together tell your story to the admissions officers? What are the most common mistakes people make as they prepare for college? We address these issues in a two-part podcast. This is a recording from the masterclass I did in early May, 2024. Be sure to catch both parts of the masterclass -----…
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Today’s guest is another trailblazer with a mile-long impressive bio. I am delighted to welcome Leslie Weir to the show. She is the Librarian and Archivist of Canada - the first woman to be appointed to the position since the National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada merged to form Library and Archives Canada (LAC) in 2004. Her…
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NASA causes panic when audio from an ongoing training simulation was inadvertently misrouted and shared on the space agency’s YouTube channel. NASA cancels a planned spacewalk on the International Space Station due to a spacesuit discomfort issue. Armenia has become the 43rd Artemis Accords Signatory, and more. Our 2024 N2K CyberWire Audience Surve…
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Join Stacey and Becca as they discuss the pros and cons of writing about neurodiversity in your college admissions essays. Whether you’re considering writing about your Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis, learning differences, or ADHD, Stacey and Becca are here to offer some advice on how to write about your lived experience. Watch some of our YouT…
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“I think education is very much of an artistic process. I love to think of this as kind of being in a museum. It's about curation of an experience,” says Alex Kendall who oversees the physician assistant training program at Emory University. As he takes on the role of director, Kendall’s background in art and anthropology give him an interesting pe…
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New research published explores how space affects human bodies studying molecular, cellular, physiological, phenotypic, and spaceflight data, including samples collected from the Inspiration 4 crew. Spacecraft manufacturing company Apex has raised $95 million in a Series B funding round. Viasat’s Energy Services division to launch a purpose-built m…
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Why do patients with long COVID have such a wide array of symptoms affecting so many bodily systems? That bedeviling question is the focus of this episode of Raise the Line featuring Dr. Resia Pretorius, head of the Department of Physiological Sciences at Stellenbosch University in South Africa and a renowned researcher in coagulation. “The underly…
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The space industry is getting some of that CHIPS money. Rocket Lab to boost semiconductor production in New Mexico. Stoke hotfires its new engine. Yahsat and Airbus announce another partnership. And more. Our 2024 N2K CyberWire Audience Survey is underway, make your voice heard and get in the running for a $100 Amazon gift card. Remember to leave u…
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On this week's episode of the Concussion Headliners Podcast, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Kathryn Schneider, Associate Professor and Clinician Scientist (Physiotherapist) at the Sport Injury Prevention Research Centre, Faculty of Kinesiology, University of Calgary. In this episode, Kathryn shared the journey of her family's travels that…
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China completes the construction of the first universal launch site for liquid fuel rockets in Wenchang City on the island province of Hainan. NASA is funding 10 new studies to examine more affordable and faster methods of bringing samples from Mars’ surface back to Earth. Redwire Corporation has been selected to develop and deliver Roll-Out Solar …
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How do each of the five sections of the Common App come together tell your story to the admissions officers? What are the most common mistakes people make as they prepare for college? We address these issues in a two-part podcast. This is a recording from the masterclass I did in early May, 2024. Be sure to catch both parts of the masterclass -----…
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Ross Garelick Bell is the Executive Director of the Aerospace States Association (ASA). ASA is an organization of state lieutenant governors, governor appointed delegates, state legislators, territorial and tribal government representatives and associate members from aerospace businesses, organizations, and academia. ASA brings together aviation an…
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Suni Williams and Butch Wilmore disembark from the Starliner capsule on to the International Space Agency. Rocket Lab has announced the launch window for the Company’s 50th Electron launch. Plant Labs first quarter revenue increased 15% year-over-year to a record $60.4 million, and more. Our 2024 N2K CyberWire Audience Survey is underway, make your…
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Any institution that aspires to get at the truth needs a process for testing what it believes to be true. Central to the judicial system, for example, are lawyers challenging their opponents’ arguments. In science, claims must be peer-reviewed, and experiments have to be replicated. But in politics and culture, any kind of rule-based, civil testing…
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In advance of Juneteenth 2024, we speak with University of Texas Professor Shirley Thompson, PhD '01, author of the forthcoming book No More Auction Block for Me, about how the experience of being treated as property has shaped the way that African Americans understand and relate to property themselves. Acknowledging the trauma of racism and white …
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In 2020 Erik Torenberg sat down with Mike Solana, then VP at Founders Fund (now the Editor In Chief of Pirate Wires) to go deeper into his commitment to controversial ideas and freedom. He discusses the dynamics of America's culture wars, debating freedom vs. equality, the resurgence of Marxism, and the roots of anti-American sentiment. This conver…
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These are challenging times so I’m happy to continue to spotlight inspiring people making the world a better place. My fearless friends, I am excited to introduce someone whose career has a long impressive bio that she continues to add to and is defined by so many firsts. The Honourable Senator Marie-Paule Charette-Poulin. The book about her life c…
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SpaceX’s Starship completes a full test mission around the globe on the rocket's fourth flight. Boeing’s Starliner crew capsule docks with the International Space Station. Astra Space is proceeding with a merger agreement that will result in the delisting of its Class A common stock from the Nasdaq, and more. Our 2024 N2K CyberWire Audience Survey …
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In a word cloud generated from this episode of Raise the Line, ‘communication’ would dominate: communication between the immune system, nervous system and connective tissue; communication between patients and providers; and communication among providers to solve challenging diagnostic puzzles. As our special series on post-acute infection syndromes…
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Join Stacey and Becca as they talk all things twins! Distinguishing yourself from similarly qualified applicants is hard enough as it is, let alone someone who shares your DNA; luckily, Stacey and Becca have tips for twins (and triplets) writing college admissions essays that shine. Watch some of our YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=…
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Boeing's Starliner successfully lifted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida this morning atop a ULA Atlas V rocket. Rocket Lab successfully completed the second of two back-to-back launches on Electron for NASA's latest climate science mission called PREFIRE. The Federal Aviation Administration has approved a license authorization for SpaceX Starship…
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The president & CEO of Strada Education Foundation on aligning post-secondary education, economic mobility, and labor market demand. How does inclusive workforce development drive economic growth and opportunity? Highlights include research on the effectiveness of state systems, policy options, and the structural challenge of underemployment among …
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Iridium awarded a new five-year contract by the United States Space Force's Space Systems Command's Commercial Space Office (COMSO), for Enhanced Mobile Satellite Services (EMSS) capabilities and security sustainment services (ECS3). China’s Chang’e 6 has lifted off from the lunar surface and is making its way back to Earth with moon rock samples. …
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China has landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon for a second time with the successful lunar touchdown of Chang'e 6. Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who was planning the first private flight around the moon on SpaceX’s Starliner called ‘dearMoon’, cancels the project. Boeing’s Starliner first crewed mission to the ISS is scheduled to …
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I immigrated with my family to the United States from South Korea in third grade, and I’ve lived through what it feels like to navigate life and education in this country. My parents sacrificed so much to give me this opportunity to live, study and start my own business here, so in this episode, I wanted to share some of the big lessons that I’ve l…
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How can we use business principles I learned at Harvard to improve our mentoring and increase our impact? I go over how to use Lewin's Force-field Analysis as mentors in the Global Impact Council. Mentors can use this to encourage mentees to take action that will create change, and might help everyone to clarify first steps. ----- To register for t…
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Shelli Brunswick champions space for all. Formerly a space acquisition, program management leader, and congressional liaison for the U.S. Air Force and COO at Space Foundation, she works with organizations around the world to connect the commercial, government, and educational sectors. Shelli brings a rich perspective and deep vision of the global …
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China’s commercial launch company Galactic Energy has launched two rockets in three days setting a new record for the shortest interval between two commercial launches by a private Chinese rocket company. NASA has welcomed Peru and Slovakia as new signatories to the Artemis Accords. NASA, Boeing and the United Launch Alliance say they’re still on t…
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Todays episode features a conversation between Noah Smith and Erik Torenberg discussing the recent angry posts on X from David Austin Walsh, a history postdoc at Yale, and what this controversy says about elite overproduction in the US. They also cover the the rise of right-wing muckrakers, discuss what the conservative movement needs now, and who …
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Indian commercial space company Agnikul Cosmos launched the Agnibaan rocket for the first time. Russian cargo spacecraft Progress 88 lifts off carrying about 3 tons of food, propellant, and other supplies for the astronauts living aboard the International Space Station. INNOSPACE has signed launch service agreements with Brazil’s Federal University…
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Join Stacey and Becca as they discuss the infamous Diversity Essay. They cover creative approaches to writing about identity and whether there are any risks involved with writing about race, sexuality, gender, etc. in a post-affirmative action admissions landscape. Watch some of our YouTube videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MaLsIu1vdE https:…
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If we didn’t know Dr. Brian Ogendi, we might be concerned about someone being able to pull off a residency and two fellowships while being a father of two young boys, but we do know Brian through his work with our Osmosis Medical Education Fellows (OMEF) program in which he played a major role while earning both his MD and MBA degrees. In other wor…
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SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launched the Earth Cloud Aerosol and Radiation Explorer (EarthCARE) satellite for ESA and JAXA. Chinese commercial company Galactic Energy launched their second sea-based mission of the Ceres 1 rocket. Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund has launched the Neo Space Group focused on the space industry, and more. Our 2024 N2K…
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Diagnosing Post-Acute Infection Syndromes: Special Series from The Cohen Center for Recovery from Complex Chronic Illnesses at Mount Sinai “Tick-borne illnesses are incredibly stealthy and complicated and if I wasn't living and breathing it every day and seeing the intensity of these symptoms in patients, I would never believe it,” says Shannon Del…
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Rocket Lab launched the first of two back-to-back launches for NASA’s PREFIRE. SpaceX is targeting June 5th for the fourth test flight of its Starship spacecraft, pending regulatory approvals. The Spaceport Company has been awarded a contract by the Defense Innovation Unit to deliver cargo from their mobile space launch complex, and more. Our 2024 …
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Rick Howard, N2K CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, CSO, and Senior Fellow, commemorates Memorial Day. References: Abraham Lincoln, 1863. The Gettysburg Address [Speech]. Abraham Lincoln Online. Amanda Onion, Original 2009, Updated 2023. Memorial Day 2022: Facts, Meaning & Traditions [Essay]. HISTORY. Brent Hugh, 2021. A Brief History of “John Brown’s Body…
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Now that exams have finished up, it is time to shift your focus to your college application essays. I will be hosting a workshop to help you get started, and to make sure that you avoid the biggest mistakes most people make in these essays. Participation in the workshop is free, but you need to register. you can register at TILC.to/BestEssay ----- …
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We need to extend cybersecurity into space. Learn about the different vulnerabilities in space that currently exist (and will increase in the future) with Rebel Space CEO Carrie Hernandez Marshall. You can connect with Carrie on LinkedIn and learn more about Rebel Space on their website. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating and review in your favor…
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The Commerce-Justice-Science subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee pushes for NASA to maintain their schedule, and avoid cost overruns and hold contractors accountable for the Artemis program. A resolution to use space to boost European competitiveness has been agreed to by the European Space Agency and the European Union at the concl…
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Peter Ireland (Boston College Economics Professor) joins the podcast to discuss his career as a monetary economist, his views on the history of monetarism, New Keynesian models, and the Shadow Open Market Committee which Peter sits on and celebrates its 50th anniversary. Jon Hartley is an economics researcher with interests in international macroec…
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In this episode of Upstream, we're publishing a session recorded live at The Hill & Valley Forum in May 2024 hosted by Jacob Helberg, and featuring Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures, and Senator Todd Young (R-IN). Khosla and Young dive straight into the most pressing national security concerns regarding the threat of AI. In this techno-economic race,…
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The European Space Agency (ESA) has signed a contract with Airbus Defence & Space UK worth €340 million for the development of its Vigil satellite. ESA’s Euclid mission has released five new images along with first scientific results. The University of Leicester in the UK and ispace have entered into a strategic consulting agreement to explore luna…
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Today, we add another voice to our ongoing conversation on Raise the Line about how to improve the nurse staffing crisis faced by the US healthcare system. That voice belongs to Bhavdeep Singh, founder and CEO of Global MedTeam, a startup focused on bringing foreign-born nurses to the US to fill staff shortages. When Singh, who has deep experience …
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NASA postpones the crewed flight test for Boeing's Starliner indefinitely. Viasat shares have tumbled after the company delivered its quarterly update forecasting its annual revenue below Wall Street estimates. Thales Alenia Space has signed a first phase contract worth €25m with the European Space Agency to demonstrate a complete cargo delivery se…
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