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A multi-agency, inter disciplinary resource for those who work in education, social care, criminal justice or health and to listen to conversations that make a difference. In this podcast we're exploring better ways of working together, sharing emerging research that informs practice while deep diving into empathy, connection and vulnerability.
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Blueprints and Breakthroughs

Harvard Real Estate Review

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Harvard Real Estate Review is a student-run publication investigating the intersection of real estate, technology, and design. Our approach is multi-disciplinary, connecting students and academics with industry leaders to foster collaborative conversations about the future of real estate.
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SETI Live

SETI Institute

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SETI Live is a weekly production of the SETI Institute and is recorded live on stream with viewers on YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, X (formerly known as Twitter), and Twitch. Guests include astronomers, planetary scientists, cosmologists, and more, working on current scientific research. Founded in 1984, the SETI Institute is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary research and education organization whose mission is to lead humanity’s quest to understand the origins and prevalence of life and intel ...
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Clarifying the path towards tokenization through connecting, educating, and identifying what is needed. The multi-disciplinary aspect of tokenization implies that representatives from various parts of society all need to engage, reflected in the foundation's participants and the support from multiple ministries, the industry, universities, and many other (international) institutions. 2Tokens is a public project financed in the context of the response of the European Union on the COVID-19 pan ...
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aeonflows

Andrew Ocampos

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Welcome! I'm Andrew Ocampos, I'm an aspiring multi-disciplinary graphic designer who enjoys deep thoughts, building community, and has a passion for living life.
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Welcome to the International Society for Science and Religion's (ISSR) "In Conversation" podcast. This is a convenient, audio-only version of our YouTube series that you can listen to wherever and on whichever platform you choose. "In Conversation" put one ISSR Fellow in conversation with another scholar (or Fellow) on whichever topic the hosting Fellow chooses. ISSR is a multi-faith, multi-disciplinary elite academic society with Fellows around the globe.
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Deeply Well with Devi Brown

The Black Effect and iHeartPodcasts

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Hosted by Devi Brown, “Deeply Well” is a soft space to land where higher consciousness meets your everyday life. A place to nourish your whole being, through conscious conversations, soul work, guided meditations, and connecting to the tools needed on your path towards healing and self-discovery. The podcast includes conversations with leaders and radical healers in wellness around the topics meant to expand and support listeners of all backgrounds on their well-being journeys; offering expe ...
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Welcome to ‘Supercharge My Practice’, a podcast dedicated to helping natural health practitioners build a thriving and fulfilling practice. Hosted by Anil Mustafa, a practitioner herself with over 22 years of clinical experience, this podcast offers a wealth of insights. Each episode features engaging discussions with leading practitioners and industry experts, uncovering proven strategies, inspiring stories, and actionable steps that will help you unlock your potential, and maximise your su ...
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The Sports Science Dudes cover all the cool topics on sports science, nutrition, and fitness!Email: SportsScienceDudes@gmail.com Hosted by Dr Jose AntonioBIO: Jose Antonio PhD earned his doctorate and completed a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He is a co-founder and CEO of the ISSN (www.issn.net), and co-founder of the Society for NeuroSports (www.neurosports.net). He is Professor of Exercise and Sport Science at Nova Southeastern Uni ...
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Awaken and Align is a podcast hosted by Laura Chung that features healers, artists, mystics, astrologers, and activists who are here for collective liberation. Our intention is to share stories that center people of the global majority and spiritual wisdom to incite change. Laura Chung is a Reiki master, astrologer, and author of How To Manifest published by Union Square & Co. She has her Masters of Science in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She is an activist and trauma-informed h ...
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The Evolve Workplace Wellbeing Podcast

Evolve Workplace Wellbeing Team

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This podcast is part of a toolkit of free, evidence-informed workplace wellbeing resources provided by the Workplace Wellbeing Research Team based at the University of East Anglia, UK. You can find the resources on www.evolveworkplacewellbeing.org The contents of the toolkit draw upon cutting edge multi-disciplinary research on workplace wellbeing, including insider insights and case studies. We want to give you the insight you need to take evidence-informed action, helping your business evo ...
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Conscious Mental Health

Academy of Integrative Mental Health

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Welcome to The Conscious Mental Health Podcast: For mental health professionals who are always learning. The Conscious Mental Health Podcast is a series of diverse educational resources for mental health professionals sponsored by the Academy of Integrative Mental Health. The Academy expands knowledge to professionals in the mental health community and beyond, using a conscious, experiential, and evidence-based format. Our mission is to deliver comprehensive health and wellness to all, by em ...
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RealSkiers

Jackson Hogen

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Realskiers with Jackson Hogen covers Alpine skiing in America from every angle. Jackson’s unique perspective derives from a multi-disciplinary background that includes product development at Salomon, marketing and athlete management at Head, ski design at Scott, ghost-writing for Warren Miller and testing 100’s of boots and 1000’s of skis. Hogen is widely considered to be the best ski writer of his generation. On Realskiers with Jackson Hogen, he brings all he’s learned, and some of the frie ...
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Conversations About Collaboration is a timely and multi-disciplinary podcast about how we work together. Award-winning author and recognized collaboration authority Phil Simon chats with smart cookies about remote work, the future of work, productivity, technology, workplace culture, and business processes. Oh, and lots of pop-culture references somehow make their way into the episodes.
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Institute of Policy Studies

Institute of Policy Studies

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The Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) was established in 1988 as an independent think-tank to study and generate public policy ideas in Singapore. IPS became an autonomous research centre of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore in 2008. Today, IPS continues to analyse public policy, build bridges between thought leaders, and communicate its findings to a wide audience. The Institute examines issues of critical national interest across a variety of ...
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Future Squared, hosted by Steve Glaveski, brings you conversations with icons from across different fields to help you make better decisions, kick goals in your professional and personal life and better navigate a fast-changing and uncertain world. Learn from luminaries like Tyler Cowen, Jason Calacanis, Brad Feld, Seth Godin, Gretchen Rubin, Annie Duke, Kevin Kelly, Scott Belsky, Neil Patel, Adam Grant, Nir Eyal, Oliver Burkeman, Brad Feld, Steve Blank, and so many others. Find out more: ht ...
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Why Some Girls

77three Media

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77three Media is a Chicago based multi-media publishing company. Home of the Why Some Girls Podcast, process journal and all other @JakinaAdo collaborations and projects. Why Some Girls: Why Some Girls is a podcast featuring Brooklyn Smith and Jakina Ado. These top of the age range millennial women discuss various topics surrounding their life and current experiences. Both ladies are slashy-y type creatives -multi disciplinary would best describe the work they do.
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Multi-disciplinary artist Kevin T. Hobbs invites you on a deeply personal, healing journey through mindfulness and self-discovery. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kevinswayout/support
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Professional Practices Alliance (PPA)

Professional Practices Alliance (PPA)

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A podcast series from the Professional Practices Alliance (PPA), a multi-disciplinary collaboration between leading independent firms, advising professional services firms on partnership and employment law, partner remuneration, strategy, tax, accountancy and compliance issues. Subscribe to our podcasts where we discuss the key issues impacting professional services firm. For further information, please visit https://www.professionalpracticesalliance.com/
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What makes Atlantic Canada a great place to live, & do business? We do. It all begins with our stories. Shining the spotlight on Maritime entrepreneurship, leaders, innovation and community. Hosted by: Kathlene Sutherland specializes in strategic marketing for small business. She is an AWAI verified copywriter, certified Emotional Fitness™ coach, and multi-disciplinary artist who loves a great story. Inbox: info@kcsutherland.com Join FB Group (Marketing Help) www.facebook.com/groups/mrktcoac ...
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A Vivid World

A Vivid World

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Dive into the world of a multi disciplinary creative trying to make the world a better place! Cliched but necessary! Design. Writing. Art. Cats. Jazz. Music. Self Improvement. Books. Life and more. That’s what we’re going to talk about in the weeks to come!
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CBCEMP Podcast

Columbia and Boone County Emergency Medical Professionals

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CBCEMP is a provider group devoted to progressive thinking and continued education in patient care and best practice. CBCEMP is non-agency affiliated, and our focus is on providers and issues that affect Boone County, MO. CBCEMP is multi-disciplinary, having members of a multitude of licensure levels and agency participation. #FOAM #FOAMed #FOAMems #EMS #EMT #Paramedic #Prehospital #CBCEMP
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Bespoken Bones supports the development of radiant erotic wellness in past, present and future generations! The intention of this podcast is to create a rich, multi-disciplinary archive of research around the topics of ancestors, sexuality, trauma, and ecology.
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Multi-Disciplinary Artist & Fashion Designer Ontavia Roulette talks with artist from all walks of life and provide artist therapy. By asking question and presenting Fashion, Art History, Social Science, and the Current Events to open there minds to assist in creativity. Reviewing Their work, best practices , their background, the Art that impact them on their journey, and the lows that helped them bloom into their highest self. This is the creative space know as Atelier 1121. Thé 🔺 on the po ...
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Why improvising is more than something from nothing, and how creativity and collaboration can improve lives and save the world. Part discussion and part experiment, the show’s hosts American saxophonist Steve Treseler and Canadian poet/musician Lauren Best find the fun in risk-taking, unscripted conversations, and multi-disciplinary perspectives to creative practice. Brought together by a shared belief in transformation through improvisation, Steve and Lauren bring their audience along for t ...
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Greyt Big Talk

Evergreen Podcasts

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Greyt Big Talk is an arts & entrepreneurship lecture series featuring personal stories and lessons from creative people. Talks are often recorded before live audiences. Stories focus on the forces at play in the creative process as it arises in people who identify as artists, entrepreneurs, and many other fields. These testimonies and lessons dispel the notion that creativity is a capacity limited to a select few people, but rather a process that anyone can learn to help accomplish important ...
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Common Ground Education Podcast

CommonGround Education Podcast

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Welcome to Common Ground Education Podcast. The Podcast is focused on progressive education, mental health resources and multi-disciplinary collaboration. The goal is provide needed information to professionals in the educational domain. The host is a school social worker but the podcast is meant for any professional who works in the educational world.
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Join Britt Dorazio in conversation and practice with change-makers, disruptors, artists, healers, and visionaries, on what it means to be sovereign. How do we feel rooted in our own intuition in a sea of misguided messaging? How do we find our way back home to ourselves, the land, and each other? Britt Dorazio is a multi-disciplinary artist, meditation guide, and social emotional arts facilitator. She is dedicated to creating spaces, experiences, and conversations where people can listen to ...
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The WithersRavenel Podcast is an opportunity to humanize and share the stories of our WithersRavenel owners. At WithersRavenel, we design the places and the supporting infrastructure to enhance people’s health, happiness, and well-being. By matching our clients’ vision with multi-disciplinary technical expertise and a deep well of experience, we help them safeguard their natural resources, deliver critical utilities, create attractive spaces for recreation and commerce, and drive economic de ...
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LAB Radio

CoinStructive

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We are proud to announce the inaugural episode of LAB Radio, Learn About Bitcoin and Learn About Blockchain. This show emerged organically from within the CoinStructive team as a way to document various subject matter around this new technology. Subject matter like: What is Bitcoin and the Blockchain, Compliance, Smart Contracts, 2 Factor Authentication, Altcoins, Multi-disciplinary Use Cases, and how this Technology will change society. Guests have included: Paul Snow of Factom, Mate Tokay ...
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Columbia Tech Ventures

Columbia Technology Ventures

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Columbia Technology Ventures is the tech transfer office of Columbia University. Our core objective is to facilitate the transfer of inventions from academic research to outside organizations for the benefit of society on a local, national and global basis. Each year, CTV manages more than 330 invention disclosures from faculty, 70 license deals and 15 new start-ups, involving approximately 45 multi-disciplinary, full-time staff across Columbia's two campuses. CTV currently has over 1200 pat ...
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Multi-disciplinary disabled performance artist Claire Cunningham explores the themes of her performance work with her peers and collaborators. Together they discuss the lived experience of disability, disability arts, disability and religion, crip politics and more.Claire Cunningham is a performer and creator based in Glasgow, Scotland. One of the UK’s most acclaimed and internationally renowned disabled artists, Cunningham’s work is often rooted in the study and use/misuse of her crutches a ...
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Pain Podcast

Chris Corrales

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The Pain Class Podcast is for people in pain and professionals who works with people in pain but are new to the science of how pain works. This is a multi-disciplinary podcast where interviewees are professionals from various modalities, i.e., physical therapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, Rolf Structural Integrators, etc. who are now in the process of incorporating pain research into their practices.
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Sports Tech Research Podcast

Sports Tech Research Network

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The Sports Tech Research Podcast provides you with the latest insights coming from academic and non-academic experts working at universities, innovation centers, business schools, companies, startups, federations, etc. We mainly talk about research related expertise and centers, multi-disciplinary collaborations, licensing and spin-offs, validation research or implementation of technologies within sports & society. Tune in to learn from the most innovative academic and industry professionals ...
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The Hamilton Institute is a multi-disciplinary research centre established at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth in November 2001. The Institute seeks to provide a bridge between mathematics and its applications in ICT and biology. In this podcast feed, we make accessible some of the best seminars held by members of the Hamilton Institute, visitors or guest speakers. Futhermore, it will also contain the lectures give as part of the 'Network Mathematics Graduate Programme'.
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Dr Eric Hansen is the Founder of Brain and Body Health, a multi disciplinary clinic in Sydney where the goal is to help people get answers for what is going on and why. Eric interviews other practitioners and leaders in their fields in topics ranging from gluten sensitivity to brain inflammation to fasting to training and exercise. If one person listens to this and gets direction for what is going on with them and gets healthier because of it then mission accomplished.
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Zoë Nash is a multidisciplinary artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland. Her brightly coloured, abstract works explore a slow and mindful accumulation of repeated and highly detailed mark making. Reflecting her love of nature, Zoë’s works increasingly draw on selected plant and flower motifs as inspiration. Frequently initiated by things seen, th…
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My guest today is Chris Saad, he’s a seasoned product and startup builder, co-host of The Startup Podcast, and former Head of Product at Uber's Developer Platform. He’s been at the forefront of building companies since graduating high school the turn of the millennium, and has spent considerable time in both Australia’s and the United State’s tech …
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Join us for an insightful conversation with Zach Aarons, Co-Founder & General Partner at MetaProp, the world’s leading venture capital firm focused on the PropTech industry. With over a decade of experience, Zach is one of the most active early-stage PropTech investor in the U.S. His diverse background spans real estate development, commercial asse…
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Tim Jones is a contemporary painter born in the UK and living in Matakana New Zealand. He creates bold abstract paintings through the use of strong gestural mark making. Driven by inquiry, and with evocative reference to the natural environment, colour and painterly form are intertwined and steeped in rhythm and movement. Tim talks about how he has…
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In this three part, one off series, Dr Lisa Cherry is in conversation with Nikki Leader, close friend, energy healer and Sound Therapist, as they navigate cancer together. Join them as they explore the trauma of diagnosis, inner strength and allowing the beauty from within to shine! Find Nikki here: Insta - @nikkileader Web - www.nikkileader.com Fi…
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Elliott Connie, a psychotherapist and author, discusses solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) and its emphasis on the client's desired future rather than their problem orientation. He explains that SFBT focuses on the client's strengths and resilience, helping them overcome obstacles and transform their lives. Elliott shares his personal journey of…
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Are you going through a midlife crisis or are you going through your astrological middle-age transits? This episode is in collaboration with Dr Nicole Truesdell, the host of the Abolitionist Dreamscapes podcast. We share our experiences of these midlife transits as two 40 something women of color going through the thick of it. Your midlife years (3…
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Want to hire a Virtual Assistant but don’t know where to start? In this week’s episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jess Whatman, founder of AgentSync, an affordable virtual assistant service that is revolutionising small business support. We covered: 👉🏻 The challenge of needing a VA to grow but lacking the funds to hire one 👉🏻 Tasks that c…
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The debate between coffee and tea is as old as time. For centuries, fans around the world have quarrelled over their health benefits, caffeine content, and popularity. But this week, Jack Board and Liling Tan serve up a different kind of argument – on the carbon footprint each beverage leaves behind. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
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Public confidence in the U.S. educational system has been declining while reports of student disengagement have been rising. In this episode, Deborah Pomeroy and F. Joseph Merlino join us to discuss the possibility of repurposing our educational system to better support the needs of our students and our society. Deborah has over 50 years of educati…
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This man needs no introduction but I’m going to give him one anyway. Robert Greene is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The 48 Laws of Power, The Art of Seduction, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and Mastery. His highly anticipated sixth book, The Laws of Human Nature, explores people's drives and motivations, even when they are u…
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Scientists have used NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to map the weather on the hot gas-giant exoplanet, WASP-43 b. Through precise measurements of mid-infrared light and advanced 3D climate models, they've discovered some fascinating details: thick, high clouds cover the nightside; clear skies dominate the dayside; and equatorial winds race at sp…
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In this episode, Jonny Fry (co-founder of TEAM BLOCKCHAIN) and David Parsons (founder of NiftyOne) discuss the challenges and solutions related to storing and managing digital assets, especially with the rise of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and stablecoins. Together they highlight how, in the past, banks managed physical assets and accou…
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What if the key to peak athletic performance lies in the neck? Join us as we sit down with Coach Jeremy from the Athletic Enhancement Group in Wellington, Florida, whose extensive career includes working with the Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos, and legendary boxing trainer Angelo Dundee. Jeremy shares valuable insights from his diverse experience, …
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Severe orthostatic headaches could indicate a serious condition called spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH). Neurologist Will Meador, M.D., and interventional neuroradiologist Jesse Jones, M.D., discuss how they interpret a combination of symptoms and imaging to make diagnoses and the common first-line treatments for cases that do not resolve…
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Laurel drops in to give an update on CMH’s summer break, and all of the awesome Academy of Integrative Mental Health resources you can check out until we’re back in the fall with Season 3! Make sure to give us a like, subscribe, and review while you’re here, so we can keep bringing you awesome, topical, and compassionate resources all year round. C…
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Welcome to Season 2 of Harvard Real Estate Review's podcast series titled "Blueprints and Breakthroughs," where we interview innovators and industry experts to discuss the future of real estate by covering themes and ideas that sit at the intersection of real estate, design and technology - themes that will govern and revolutionize the industry ove…
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In this episode, I sit down with international touring comedian Joe Avati, known for his hilarious takes on Italian-Australian life and its cultural quirks. Joe is currently in the midst of his When I Was Your Age world tour, and I had the pleasure of catching him perform in front of a sold out crowd of 450 people in Melbourne. Joe shares insights …
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Andra Day is an American R&B and soul singer, songwriter, and actress. She is the recipient of various accolades, including a Grammy Award, a Children's and Family Emmy Award, and a Golden Globe Award, along with an Academy Award nomination, In this episode we discuss Andra’s album 'Cassandra' and the theme of love in a multifaceted way, She emphas…
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Car-free cities, greener pockets and more sustainable homes for the underserved - these were some ideas for cities to transform for a climate challenged world. But have these promises come to fruition? Jack Board and Liling Tan do their due diligence on old promises. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Ever wonder how some practitioners get so busy? In this week’s episode, I interview Jayne Sharpman, the award-winning owner of a thriving multi-practitioner clinic in Tamworth, NSW. Jayne shares her journey behind building a high-demand practice with a waitlist. We discuss: 👉🏻 How Jayne got started and acquired her first client 👉🏻 Strategies for cr…
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Beautiful Merrymeeting Bay in Maine, is an important area for wildlife habitat, and for humans. For decades, people have enjoyed a pristine view of the night sky - until the local electrical utility replaced two towers and lit them up, right at the iconic Chops, lighting the area for miles around. Ed and the Friends of Merrymeeting Bay got that cha…
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The traditional grading system that we are all used to is of relatively recent historical origin. In this episode, Josh Eyler joins us to discuss research on problems associated with traditional grading systems and possible solutions at different scales and in different educational contexts. Josh is the Director of Faculty Development, the Director…
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The INVADER project researches ways to improve life detection in ocean worlds by studying alien worlds in Earth’s deep ocean. We seek to understand how we can detect life in the deep ocean here on Earth with flight-ready instruments (e.g., can go on a space flight mission). The deep ocean is a testing ground to help us validate what data collected …
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What if personalized nutrition could revolutionize the way we manage type 1 diabetes? Join us as we feature Dr. Andrew Kutnick from the Samson Diabetes Research Institute, who brings a wealth of knowledge and personal experience to our discussion. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 16 and overcoming obesity, Dr. Kutnick's journey under the mentorshi…
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In this episode of Future Squared, we're joined by Allan Dib, bestselling author of The 1-Page Marketing Plan, to discuss his latest book, Lean Marketing. Allan shares his insights on common marketing mistakes, the power of three force multipliers, and how businesses can leverage tools and tactics to achieve success. We also delve into the world of…
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Learn why robotic-assisted CABG is a groundbreaking technique for many with coronary artery disease. Sasha Still, M.D., a cardiothoracic surgeon, describes the advantages of performing robotic-assisted coronary artery bypass — a minimally invasive version of the traditional CABG procedure that can further be performed on a beating heart. She discus…
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Belinda Griffiths is a conceptual figurative artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland. Her work lies within the disciplines of painting and printmaking and explores the expressive power of the gestural mark. When coupled with depictions of the human form, this tension between mark and form has the potential to dig deeper and communicate something …
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In this episode, we recap the news stories that happened during May which were overall sweet except for the ongoing genocide that’s happening in Palestine right now. FREE PALESTINE! FREE CONGO! FREE SUDAN! I talk about what to expect with Jupiter in the sign of Gemini and the mutable squares between Gemini and Pisces this month. The biggest astro m…
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Today we explore the concept of sovereign love and healthy relationships with Dené Logan, a marriage and family therapist. The conversation delves into the dynamics of love, attachment, and autonomy, emphasizing the importance of self-awareness and self-care in relationships. It also addresses the societal structures and narratives that influence o…
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This episode is only available in Dutch. In deze aflevering bespreken Arash Aazami, oprichter van Unify.Energy en co-founder van de Synergy Hackathon, Mirjam Langenhuijsen Davidson en Michiel Sintenie hun rollen en verwachtingen tijdens de hackathon. Het evenement richt zich op systeeminnovatie in de energiesector, met 170 deelnemers die 48 uur sam…
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This episode is brought to you by Schneider Electric, a digital partner for sustainability and efficiency. Whether you buy a new phone or print a document at the office, every action has a carbon footprint. Jack Board and Liling Tan do the math and break down exactly what carbon accounting does. Our guest this week is Yoon Young Kim, Cluster Presid…
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In this episode, I delve into my personal journey through burnout, sharing strategies for recognising the subtle signs of burnout and proactive steps to prevent it. I discuss common triggers that often lead to feeling overwhelmed and provide tips on how to declutter your mind and regain a sense of control. Additionally, I walk through effective tim…
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Patrick is the DarkSky International delegate in the Fargo North Dakota area. Patrick has found that framing the light pollution argument around astronomy, animal life, ecosystems, etc. can cause some audiences to nod off and glaze over. What gets everyone’s attention is “light trespass,” and human health. Lead with that and then people will listen…
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Faculty writing groups can help motivate writing, provide peer feedback, and lead to higher quality writing products. In this episode, James Lang, Sarah Rose Cavanagh, and Mike Land join us to discuss their highly productive long-term writing group. Jim Lang is a Professor of Practice at the Kaneb Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of…
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I was thrilled to welcome back Scott H. Young, a renowned writer, programmer, and avid learner. Scott is here to discuss his latest book, "Get Better at Anything: 12 Maxims for Mastery." This book dives deep into the principles of mastering new skills and achieving continuous improvement in any field. Key Topics Discussed: Introduction to "Get Bett…
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The SETI Institute is pleased to announce that Dr. Andrew Siemion will be honored with the prestigious 2024 Drake Award for his exceptional and pioneering contributions to SETI and radio astronomy and his leadership in the field. Siemion's distinguished career includes his role as the Bernard M. Oliver Chair for SETI at the SETI Institute, Principa…
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Clinton Christian (aka Clint© or CC'd) is an award winning contemporary New Zealand artist based in Hamilton New Zealand. His graphic style, themes and mediums reflect his personality - fun, bright, shiny and often nostalgic with a love of all things 70s and 80s. Clint initially gained a big following with his animal pop portrait series ‘Animal Ins…
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Dr. Shena is a licensed embodiment-focused psychologist and healer. They discuss the topic of healing from sexual trauma and reclaiming the body as home. Dr. Shena's book, Body Rites, is a written companion and workbook for black women and anyone seeking to heal from sexual trauma. The conversation explores the impact of trauma on the mind, body, h…
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