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Nature Podcast

Springer Nature Limited

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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 the Nature journal. We meet the scientists behind the results and provide in-depth analysis from Nature's journalists and editors. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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SOUNDFOOD

Nitsa Citrine

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An open, intersectional dialogue on nourishment of all mediums. Conversations with leaders working in the arts, education, agriculture, film, music, media, wellness, social activism and sustainability. Hosted by Nitsa Citrine.
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The Gameplayarts invites pioneering creators to share their unique approaches to blending play and creative expression through game-based practices. Get started with game-based arts as visionary artists reveal how they harness the power of games and interactive experiences to push at what's possible.
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unSILOed is a series of interdisciplinary conversations that inspire new ways of thinking about our world. Our goal is to build a community of lifelong learners addicted to curiosity and the pursuit of insight about themselves and the world around them.*unSILOed Podcast is produced by University FM.*
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ACNAP Cardio Talk

European Society of Cardiology

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The podcast series featuring key opinion allied professional leaders along the cardiovascular patient pathway, tackling topics on their responsibilities, state-of-the art practice, and contribution in cardiovascular care.
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Breaking Math Podcast

Gabriel Hesch and Autumn Phaneuf

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Hosted by Gabriel Hesch and Autumn Phaneuf, who have advanced degrees in EE and industrial engineering/operations research respectively, come together to discuss mathematics as a pure field al in its own as well as how it describes the language of science, engineering, and even creativity. Breaking Math brings you the absolute best in interdisciplinary science discussions - bringing together experts in varying fields including artificial intelligence, neuroscience, evolutionary biology, phys ...
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f(q) = How old are passports? (#TFON) SynTalk is a freewheeling interdisciplinary talk show with a philosophical approach to understanding the world from a long term perspective.
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CONVOCO! Podcast

Convoco Foundation

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CONVOCO! Podcast gibt Einblicke in Wirtschaft, Politik, Recht, Wissenschaft, Kultur sowie Medien-Plattformen und ermöglicht damit einen freien und interdisziplinären Gedankenaustausch zu gesellschaftlich relevanten Fragen. - CONVOCO! Podcast offers insights into economy, politics, law, science, culture and media and enables a free and interdisciplinary exchange of ideas regarding questions of social relevance.
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Spencer Michaud is a professional astrologer who focuses on self-actualization and empowerment. He uses an interdisciplinary approach incorporating both modern & traditional (Hellenistic) chart-reading techniques as well as other divinatory methods such as numerology, tarot, the I-Ching, and archetypal storytelling. His readings focus on actionable, grounded wisdom utilizing the power of choice, and transcendence to help you find the hero within. This podcast aims to explore the current astr ...
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Founded in 1961 by strategist Herman Kahn, Hudson Institute challenges conventional thinking and helps manage strategic transitions to the future through interdisciplinary studies in defense, international relations, economics, health care, technology, culture, and law. Hudson seeks to guide public policy makers and global leaders in government and business through a vigorous program of publications, conferences, policy briefings, and recommendations.
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Last Week on Earth with GARI

Global Arena Research Institute

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Where technology, science, politics, economy & society meet - think, learn and be entertained a little along the way! Interviews, discussions and latest topics & events that you should know about! GARI is a research institute that uses advanced technology, such as AI with Big Data, to visualise, understand and create the ability to manage globalisation. Your host is GARI Executive Director Odessa Primus.
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Join Healwell in examining and bringing context to the world of massage therapy beyond the table. We have ideas. We have opinions. We want change, and that will only come with an understanding of who and what massage therapy truly is. A variety of topics are up for grabs: history, philosophy, development, and all the other shiny things that fascinate us. Healwell is a non-profit based out of the Washington DC area. Check us out at www.healwell.org
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Musicians share their inspiring stories and mantras, as well as how they take influence from various sources. With a focus on interdisciplinary/cross-genre artists, host Joy Nkoyo (as seen on the BBC Proms) leads a series of in-depth interviews, aiming to inspire listeners to find deeper purpose in their daily lives.
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It's been said the world will be saved through optimism and a million small things. Join your host, Dr. Eric M. Moody, as he presents "optimistic tales" from a medley of noteworthy and influential plebeian elite--local and celebrity...all in search of a more humbled and empathetic world. Dr. Moody's wide range of interdisciplinary insights, experience and expertise provides the background for his always rhapsodic and enthusiastic interviews.
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The Cognitive Crucible

Information Professionals Association

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The Cognitive Crucible explores all aspects of our generational challenge: Cognitive Security. It is the only podcast dedicated to increasing interdisciplinary collaboration between information operations practitioners, scholars, and policy makers. Join the discussion forum each week with the Cognitive Crucible host, John Bicknell. Have a question or would like to suggest a topic go to: https://information-professionals.org/podcasts/cognitive-crucible.
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MHPN Presents

Mental Health Professionals' Network

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Welcome to MHPN’s inaugural podcast which explores wellbeing and mental health. Listen to engaging conversations between mental health practitioners, as they reflect on a variety of topics related to mental wellbeing, interdisciplinary practice, and collaborative care. Subscribe to stay up to date.
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In Common

The In Common Team

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In Common explores the connections between humans, their environment and each other through stories told by scholars and practitioners. In-depth interviews and methods webinars explore interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary work on commons governance, conservation and development, social-ecological resilience, and sustainability.
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The Somatic Primer Podcast promotes a cross discipline of somatic dialogues that strive to discover the common threads that run through them all. The Somatic Primer Podcast hosts interdisciplinary conversations from experts in their fields and sharing those ideas within the larger somatic community.
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Sunny Gattan is a dedicated Nurse Practitioner (NP) committed to delivering comprehensive healthcare services. With advanced training and clinical expertise, assesses, diagnoses, and manages acute and chronic illnesses. Their compassionate approach fosters strong patient relationships, promoting wellness and preventive care. Sunny Gattan collaborates with interdisciplinary teams to optimize patient outcomes, emphasizing patient education and advocacy. Their commitment to evidence-based pract ...
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Welcome to the Brick & Wonder podcast, where we delve into the art and science of collaboration within the built environment industry. Hosted by Drew Lang, founder of Brick & Wonder, this podcast explores the stories and strategies behind successful collaborations that drive innovation and shape the built world around us. Join us as we sit down with interdisciplinary professionals at the forefront of their fields, uncovering the paths to effective collaboration and successful entrepreneurshi ...
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This podcast series features recordings of academic papers from workshops, conferences and seminars in the University College Dublin Humanities Institute. The UCD Humanities Institute provides a creative architectural and conceptual space for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and allied disciplines. The Institute forms an integral element within UCD's strategic mission to develop as a research intensive university and has set itself the objective of enhancing the critical mass and ...
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Lauren’s Best invites you to curiously consider art and life as host, Lauren Best, reveals what has unlocked success in her own creative journey. Through healing and growth, she illuminates the creative process as an entrepreneur, mother and interdisciplinary artist. Join one-on-one reflections with Lauren, and delve into intriguing conversations with compelling creators, as together we discover unexpected connections over surprising common ground. Produced by Sam Blake and Lauren Best.
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Playing with Ideas and Considering All Points of View. The project of Modes of Inquiry is to present and explore different types of methodologies used to understand various topics, events, and current affairs. How do they function? What works best? What are interdisciplinary perspectives? And how do they help in our understanding of a single topic? We aim to answer these questions and more for you. Featuring bi-weekly guests from diverse fields and backgrounds for discussions and interviews.
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What Works

Tara McMullin

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"Work" is broken. We're overcommitted, underutilized, and out of whack. But it doesn't have to be this way. What Works is a podcast about rethinking work, business, and leadership as we navigate the 21st-century economy. When you're an entrepreneur, independent worker, or employee who doesn't want to lose yourself to the whims of late-stage capitalism, this show is for you. Host Tara McMullin covers money, management, culture, media, philosophy, and more to figure out what's working (and wha ...
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Welcome to The DesignMeets Podcast, where we connect people and ideas. Join us as we delve into the ever-evolving landscape of design, where interdisciplinary collaboration is key to unlocking innovative and adaptive solutions. Through conversations with designers, thought leaders, and changemakers, we’ll uncover unique perspectives, spark new ideas, and chart a course towards a more responsible and equitable future. The DesignMeets Podcast is an extension of DesignMeets— a social event crea ...
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You Must Be Some Kind of Therapist is a podcast for seekers, dreamers, and questioners that intimately explores the human experience. Your host, Stephanie Winn, distills years of wisdom gained from her practice as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She invites guests from a broad variety of disciplines and many walks of life, including researchers, writers, artists, healers, advocates, inventive outliers, and creative geniuses. Together, they investigate, illuminate, and inspire trans ...
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Interdisciplinary is Healwell's healthcare podcast about all the places and perspectives that lift us up. We say what other people aren't willing to say and we always say the quiet parts loud.You’ll always learn something. You’ll always laugh and you’ll come away better informed and with real things you can do in your own community and practice to create a more compassionate and collaborative system of care for all humans.
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”de-CIPHERing Infectious Disease” explores the cutting-edge interdisciplinary research happening at UNC Charlotte’s CIPHER Research Center. Each episode features an in-depth interview with one of CIPHER’s researchers, allowing them to discuss their background, current projects, and the exciting team science approach they take to tackle complex issues at the intersection of health, environment, data science, genomics, infectious disease, and more. Host Ian Binns engages the researchers in acc ...
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Blue Genes and Boots

Texas A&M Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics

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The Texas A&M Genetics Program has a podcast! Blue Genes & Boots is a podcast series where faculty and students talk about the fun science going on right here at Texas A&M University. Graduate students also share insights on how to pursue a PhD and jump-start a career in science. Find Blue Genes & Boots on social media @GeneticsPodcast TAMU Genetics Program Website: https://genetics.tamu.edu/ Blue Genes and Boots YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@geneticspodcast
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The Matterhorn with Dr. Kathleen Waller

Truth in Fiction: how to layer stories with ideas, culture, places, and texts.

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The Matterhorn is for writers and curious minds from author and academic Dr. Kathleen Waller. Each week in this new season, Kathleen shares a chapter of her serialized novels - A Hong Kong Story & An Interpreter in Vienna - and uses it as a catalyst to discuss the layers of literature and how you can use these in your own writing. The Matterhorn mission is to bring books and texts to life through an interdisciplinary and international approach as well as help writers take risks and create fr ...
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Money on the Left

Money on the Left

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Money on the Left is a monthly, interdisciplinary podcast that reclaims money’s public powers for intersectional politics. Staging critical conversations with leading historians, theorists, organizers, and activists, the show draws upon Modern Monetary Theory and constitutional approaches to money to advance new forms of left critique and practice. It is hosted by William Saas and Scott Ferguson and presented in partnership with Monthly Review magazine. Check out our website: https://moneyon ...
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Leading Medicine with Houston Methodist is for physicians and researchers. Each episode, our hosts are joined by experts to explore a topic, trend or innovation in healthcare. Quality Time with Dr. Shlomit Schaal focuses on quality and safety within healthcare systems. At Houston Methodist, our commitment is to develop and move the best, most innovative science and technology from the bench to the bedside through translational research, interdisciplinary programs and continued education. We ...
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The audio hub for rehabilitation medicine produced by the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the field’s top journal. Hosted by Dr. Bill Niehaus. Each episode features in-depth interviews with scientists publishing in the journal and news briefs relevant to all rehabilitation clinicians - PM&R physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists and more. The Archives is the official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilit ...
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Voices from ROOM: A Podcast for Analytic Action

ROOM: A Sketchbook for Analytic Action

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ROOM: A Sketchbook for Analytic Action is an award-winning interdisciplinary magazine conceived as an agent of community building and transformation. We are thrilled to launch Voices from ROOM: A Podcast for Analytic Action. On this podcast, writers, poets, activists, artists, and analysts who have contributed to ROOM converse about their work and the complex problems our world faces. The podcast is co-hosted by psychoanalytic candidates Isaac Slone and Aneta Stojnić and furthers ROOM’s miss ...
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Is the key to a brighter future hidden within the depths of ancient wisdom? Join me, Sofia, on the ’Sustainable Spirit’ podcast as we unravel the mysteries behind today’s most monumental challenges through the lens of the world’s diverse religious and philosophical traditions. In each episode, our guests, ranging from spiritual leaders and scholars to activists and innovators, provide fresh insights, sharing how their study of faith or their personal spiritual practice intersects with the 17 ...
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Psych Tech @ Work

Dr. Charles Handler

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Science 4-Hire is now Psych Tech @ Work! - a podcast about safe innovation at the intersection of psychological science, technology, and the future of work. Psych Tech @ Work promotes safe technological innovation and human/machine partnerships as an essential force in creating equilibrium and between psychology and commerce. Maintaining this balance in a time of unprecedented change is essential for ensuring that the future of work is ethical, positive, and prosperous. Creating such a futur ...
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Presenting timely conversations about the purpose and power of technology that bridge our interdisciplinary research with broader public conversations about the societal implications of data and automation. For more information, visit datasociety.net.
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CancerSpeak is a podcast from CANCER, an interdisciplinary international journal of the American Cancer Society. Since 1948, CANCER has published high-impact, peer-reviewed original articles and solicited content on the latest clinical research findings. Each issue of CANCER strives to be comprehensive, spanning the breadth of oncology disciplines and providing something for everyone involved in cancer research, risk reduction, treatment, and patient care.
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Matrix Podcast

Social Science Matrix

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The Matrix Podcast features interviews with social scientists from across the University of California, Berkeley campus (and beyond). It also features recordings of events, including panels and lectures. The Matrix Podcast is produced by Social Science Matrix, an interdisciplinary research center at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Spencer Michaud discusses the Full Moon in Capricorn III, finding meaning through an exploration of Decanic Tarot, Fixed Stars, and the I-Ching..#astrology #fullmoon #capricorn #cancer #fullmoonincapricorn #horoscope #forecast #tarot #decans #fixedstars #traditionalastrology #mythology #divination #iching #spencermichaud #zodiac .Visit Spencer: htt…
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We are thrilled to welcome back the life-changing coach, astrologer, teacher and beloved friend Hermas Lassalle for a deeper dive on all things transformation. We travel from our home recording studio to sacred Egyptian temples, the depths of childhood, innermost wounds, fears, dreams and beyond; exploring all the pathways of healing. Hermas shares…
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What if you could understand why rational people sometimes believe the most irrational things? Dan Ariely is a Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Economics at Duke University, the Center for Advanced Hindsight, and is also the author of several books including his most recent work, Misbelief: What Makes Rational People Believe Irrational Things…
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Alice Boyd is a musician, sound artist and audio producer whose work explores our interconnectedness with the natural world and unveils the hidden sounds of our environments. She presents a monthly episode of Ffern’s popular podcast ‘As the Season Turns’, has hosted episodes of BBC Countryfile Magazine’s ‘The Plodcast’ and gave a TEDx talk on liste…
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In this solo episode, I get vulnerable with details about navigating health challenges and chronic pain. From recurring throat infections that led to removal of my tonsils as a teenager, to tendonitis that changed the way I play piano and led to changing career paths, I talk about how I’ve improved my relationship with myself and learned strategies…
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Houston Methodist is one of the nation’s leading health systems and academic medical centers. In this wide-ranging episode, Dr. H. Dirk Sostman, Houston Methodist executive vice president and chief academic officer and president and CEO of the Houston Methodist Academic Institute (HMAI), discusses his remarkable 20-year career at Houston Methodist …
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This is Part 1 of a series from 2022 called Self-Help, LLC. This summer, I’ll be republishing this series as I work on new essays and episodes. There’s a good chance this series is new to you, and if its previous reception is any indication, I think you’ll love it! If you listened to it the first time through, I’d love to know how it hits different…
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"It’s important to be a sponge when you're early in your career. Pick up pieces of what everybody else is doing that looks like it's working, and if it doesn't work, then you learn and grow from it." Brandon Sulzberg "Having an open mind early in your career can lead you to discover new interests and opportunities you might have otherwise overlooke…
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00:45 In situ editing of the gut microbiome Researchers have developed a method to directly edit the genes of specific bacteria in the guts of live mice, something that has previously been difficult to accomplish due to the complexity of this environment. The tool was able to edit over 90% of an E. coli strain colonising mice guts, with other work …
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Travis Rieder, a professor of bioethics at Johns Hopkins University, is fascinated by the world’s ethical dilemmas. His work sits at the intersection of medicine and philosophy, but also draws from his own life experiences like in his book, In Pain: A Bioethicist's Personal Struggle with Opioids. His latest book, Catastrophe Ethics: How to Choose W…
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Send us a Text Message. When is a tool a robot? Join your host, Corey Rivera on the meandering development of tools used for massage (but not necessarily massage therapy). We'll talk about: Tools that help Tools that don't Tools that are robots Tools that are fish Cathy Ryan, The Fascia Nerd also stops by to explain cellulite! Stay tuned after the …
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Iran is a key player in the growing axis of revisionist powers threatening the United States–led world order. Yet the US and Europe have been hesitant to fully back Israel in its proxy war against Tehran, and the Islamic Republic is not meaningfully on the agenda for the seventy-fifth North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit. Former Congressman Te…
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Today’s podcast is part of a series to accompany my current serialized novel, An Interpreter in Vienna, as we investigate the truth in fiction. You can also listen to the podcast via Apple or Spotify or in the Substack app. As always, feel free to share any of your work related to the conversation. Thank you! A full AI-created transcript can be acc…
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This discussion Autumn and Gabe delves into Ismar Volic's personal background and inspiration for writing the book, “Making Democracy Count” as well as the practical and theoretical aspects of voting systems. Additionally, the conversation explores the application of voting systems to everyday decision-making and the use of topological data analysi…
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Moving the partnership between the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and its Asia-Pacific partners from dialogue to cooperation is becoming increasingly urgent as Russia and China create a two-front challenge for the United States and its allies. But maritime security, hybrid warfare challenges, and increasing automation are ideal points of depart…
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Welcome to The DesignMeets Podcast, where we connect people and ideas. In our premiere episode, host Ian Chalmers speaks with industrial designer, Ranee Lee, about her practice and the future possibilities of industrial design. Ranee is Associate Professor of Industrial Design at OCAD University and founder of DESIGNwith— a design incubator that de…
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Ever wondered how to truly bridge the gap between technical expertise and practical business implementation? How did the terminology shift from "data mining" to "predictive analytics" and revolutionize the business world? Eric Siegel, Ph.D., is a leading consultant and former Columbia University professor who helps companies deploy machine learning…
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LaRell and Valerie Herbert are a married couple with a very unique story. During their time together, LaRell first believed he was a transgender woman and went through full sex trait modification before awakening to self-acceptance as a man. Join us as we explore their journey through somatic psychology and psychedelic integration. How did their re…
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In the season 7 finale, Mathew speaks with Will Kingston about the current state of the West and the crises it faces from internal threats that desire to 'deconstruct' and tear down the very institutions and values that created the West and have subsequently freed countless numbers of individuals - and countries - internationally. We discuss how we…
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Join Spencer Michaud for a special Q & A to celebrate Cancer Season! (And my birthday weekend!) Let's talk astrology! Bring your astrology-themed questions on natal charts, technique, fixed stars, sports, gardening, or whatever drifts ashore!.#astrology #cancer #cancerseason #zodiac #horoscope #forecast #tarot #decans #fixedstars #traditionalastrol…
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Send us a Text Message. Topics: Healwell News State and National News AMTA Files a Lawsuit Against the Department of Education Association News Upcoming Live and Online events Healwell's Glossary of the Massage Therapy Profession ABMP News Page AMTA News Page International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork ABMP's Response to Change.org Pe…
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In our conversation with Alberto Minujin, we learn about his work enfranchising the agency and identity of Latinx women in Queens. Minujin unpacks the mutual excitement and hesitancy of the participants' speech. These two emotions highlight the need for these women to acquire a caring, available, and action-taking audience for their words. Thank yo…
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In this week’s podcast episode I make a very special announcement… I’m expecting a third boy in November! I open up about creative life and career with kids and how pregnancy affects singing. I have so much gratitude for my fiancé and my family. The excitement is building, and it’s been beyond sweet to see my sons already bonding with their baby br…
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00:47 Searching for dark matter in black holes Researchers have been scanning the skies looking for black holes that formed at the very beginning of the Universe — one place where elusive and mysterious dark matter is thought to be located. If these black holes did contain dark matter, they would be especially massive and so researchers would be ab…
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The study of economic growth is a modern phenomenon. In fact, economists didn’t get serious about measuring it until the mid-20th century. So what brought growth into focus and are the ways we measure it today adequate for a technologically-advanced world? Daniel Susskind is an economics professor at King's College London and a senior research asso…
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In her live multichannel performance ‘How to Love a Tree’, Hira Nabi weaves together whispered narratives from sylvan landscapes, misty mountain sides, ghosts of extraction and British imperialism, inviting us into forest time. Part of an ongoing artistic project, launched in 2019, ‘How to Love a Tree’ documents the former colonial hill stations in…
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In today's rapidly evolving healthcare landscape, the role of Nurse Practitioners (NPs) has become increasingly pivotal. As frontline providers, NPs are instrumental in enhancing healthcare accessibility, especially in underserved and rural areas. Renowned healthcare expert Sunny Gattan has extensively studied the contributions of Nurse Practitione…
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In the 51st episode of the #RehabCast, our host Dr. Bill Niehaus first meets with Maheen M. Adamson, PhD, MHL to discuss A Vision Neuroscience-Based Communication & Detection Solution for “The Speechless” (https://acrm.org/acrm-communities/technology/launchpad/acrm-launchpad-2023-winners/). Dr Niehaus then welcomes Anne Deutsch PhD, RN, CRRN and Ra…
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Fusion energy, at the cutting edge of scientific advancement, offers a promising yet challenging path to sustainable power. Recent breakthroughs in magnetic confinement and laser-driven inertial fusion have moved us closer to net energy gain. However, significant obstacles remain in scaling stable fusion reactions for commercial use, requiring subs…
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Big Global Energy Question - N100 2024 Berlin This session provides a holistic overview of crucial trends and strategic realignments in global energy, emphasizing both a scientifically informed understanding and the practical aspect of crafting future policies. This stage debate addresses the critical trends shaping global energy futures, strategie…
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Episode 6Join us as we dive deep into the world of microbial oceanography with Dr. Elaine Luo, an expert who turned her fascination with "Finding Nemo" into a groundbreaking career. In this episode, Elaine shares her journey from an intrigued middle schooler to leading a cutting-edge research lab at UNC Charlotte. Discover the wonders of metagenomi…
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The Cognitive Crucible is a forum that presents different perspectives and emerging thought leadership related to the information environment. The opinions expressed by guests are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of or endorsement by the Information Professionals Association. During this episode, Dr. Wayne “Mike” Hall discusses h…
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In this conversation, Gabe and Autumn celebrate the 101st episode of Breaking Math and discuss the evolution of the podcast. They highlight the importance of creativity in teaching mathematics and share their plans to expand Breaking Math into Breaking Math Media. They also discuss the history of physics and the big questions that inform the podcas…
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Money on the Left is joined by Dr. Chris Martin to discuss Modern Monetary Theory’s vital importance for the struggle to provide adequate housing for all. A Senior Research Fellow at the City Futures Research Centre at the University of New South Wales, Martin is a long-time tenant’s rights advocate in Australia with scholarly training in law and h…
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Humans have lived with a changing climate since we’ve been on this planet. But what archaeology and anthropology is able to reveal now, is how well civilizations have adapted to changing climates over the course of human history. Brian Fagan is an emeritus professor of anthropology at UC Santa Barbara and the author of more than 50 books including,…
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In this episode, I dive into a fascinating conversation with Dr. Camilo Ortiz about a groundbreaking concept he coined as "independence therapy." Dr. Ortiz shares insights on how giving kids age-appropriate responsibilities and freedoms can help them overcome anxiety. We discuss the evolution of this idea from classic exposure therapy to empowering…
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My guest this week is Embodiment teacher Will Johnson. Will Johnson has been a Buddhist practitioner and Rolfer for more than forty years. He and his wife live in Costa Rica, where they have created the Hollow Bamboo Retreat Center. Will has written several books including Breathing Through the Whole Body: The Buddha’s Instructions on Integrating M…
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Spencer Michaud discusses the New Moon in Cancer II, finding meaning through an exploration of Decanic Tarot, Fixed Stars, and the I-Ching..#astrology #newmoon #cancer #horoscope #zodiac #forecast #tarot #decans #fixedstars #traditionalastrology #mythology #divination #iching #spencermichaud.Visit Spencer: https://www.spencermichaud.com/.Visit Thir…
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How do the disposable get marked out? Which institutions have cognitive control over you? How do you develop railways in Argentina? Who changes institutions? Is it always from ‘within’? Do institutions help us with the ‘higher order’ decisions? Are military, markets, prisons, families, religions, borders, languages, & villages coercive in the same …
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