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GES Center Lectures, NC State University

Genetic Engineering and Society Center, NC State

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The Genetic Engineering and Society (GES) Center at NC State University hosts a weekly speakers colloquium, plus periodic public lectures. Topics include agricultural biotechnology, synthetic biology (SynBio), DIYbio, gene editing, gene drives, governance & responsible innovation, public engagement, sci-art, and integrated pest management, to name a few. Learn more at go.ncsu.edu/ges and sign up for our newsletter at http://eepurl.com/c-PD_T.
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A podcast that explores both innovative research and the people behind it at NC State. We’ll feature short conversations about big advances and small ones, studies that may directly impact your life as well as fun quirky findings, and how and why researchers of all stripes do what they do.
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Have A "Goodnight"

Goodnight Scholars Program | NC State University

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This podcast is dedicated to sharing the stories of the Goodnight Scholars Program: students, campus partners, and alumni. Through 1-on-1 interview interviews and panel discussions, the podcast will cover topics including, but not limited to, life at NC State, GSP specific programming, major and academic exploration, career and professional development, identity, and the individual spotlights of current and former Goodnight Scholars.
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The Red & White Podcast is the #1 rated podcast dedicated to NC State sports. It's an interactive podcast powered by the fans' engagement so let your voice be heard through the Red and White Podcast. Hosted by Evan New Site! https://redwhitenetwork.com You can find us at Facebook.com/RedAndWhitePodcast - offer updates, outtakes and other insights. Twitter.com/RedWhitePodcast
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Insect Minute

WKNC 88.1 | NC State Student Radio

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Insect Minute was a collaboration between the NC State Insect Museum and WKNC 88.1 FM to highlight interesting aspects of the world of entomology.
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The State of Sound Podcast

NC State University Libraries State of Sound Podcast HQ

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The State of Sound Podcast from NC State University Libraries highlights sounds, stories, and events that intersect with the community at NC State University. From in-depth interviews with musicians, sound engineers, and promoters from NC and beyond, to performances, concert previews, and more, the State of Sound Podcast offers a snapshot of the current, worldwide state of sound making and listening through the local lens of NC State University.
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College Knowledge brings you conversations with guests from in and around the college space, informing you about the application, admissions, and financial aid processes, showcasing different schools’ identities, initiatives, and programs, and giving you a candid look into your universities of interest through open conversation.
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TurPh.Dudes Podcast

brought to you by Harrell's

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Thank you for joining us for the TurPh.Dudes podcast brought to you by Harrell’s. Our TurPh.Dudes are reaching out to industry leaders and game changers to discuss what they’re seeing out there. Topics focus on turf health, nutrition, control solutions and the latest in academic research. TurPh.Dudes episodes are released periodically. Visit us at www.harrells.com. Send us your questions http://twitter.com/TurPhDudes on Twitter or by email at turphdudes@harrells.com.
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NC State is huge. It's not just a university; it's a town. With so many things going on across campus, there is always something to discuss. That's exactly what we do on Dialogue with Technician. Every week, we will be bringing in guests from around the NC State community to talk about important and timely topics. New episodes every Monday.
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Atlantic and Coastal is The Athletic’s new weekly ACC podcast hosted by Andy Bitter. Every week we’ll discuss what you need to know about the ACC and hopefully entertain you in the process. Andy will be joined by a rotating cast of contributors including Matt Fortuna, Manny Navarro, Grace Raynor, Brendan Marks & Matt Gutierrez to share their insight about the league.
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Covering ACC Football and beyond. We talk Atlantic Coast Conference football and NCAA news. Weekly recaps on the games, and predictions for the coming week are standard, and we branch out into conference realignment, players of the week, and award and draft chatter as they come up. Boston College Eagles, Maryland Terrapins, Virginia Cavaliers, Virginia Tech Hokies, North Carolina Tarheels, Duke Blue Devils, NC State Wolfpack, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, Clemons Tigers, Georgia Tech Yellow Jac ...
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CISO's Secrets

Check Point Software Technologies LTD

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“CISO's Secrets” promises clear talk on cybersecurity’s burning topics, but not only; A series of 40 minutes weekly podcast hosting Telco industry CIOs and CISO’s, from global and leading companies. Podcast will share true stories, reveal real-life scenarios, and more. The host will lead discussions about Security trends, best practices, cloud, networks, data, employees, habits, and secrets while drifting between personal and professional life. Earn your CISO's Secrets membership badge at ht ...
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MinistryWatch Podcast

Warren Smith and Natasha Smith

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Transparency and accountability are vital to the renewal of the evangelical church in America. Hosts Warren Smith and Natasha Smith highlight the top stories of the week from the unique MinistryWatch perspective and give you a peek behind the curtain to show why and how we do the investigations we do.
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Run Your Race is the ultimate intersection of basketball and business. Theo and AJ will take their listeners on a journey through stories of tragedy and triumph while shedding light on how they both have been able to stay around the game they love. These two lifelong friends bring their explosive dynamic centerstage thanks to their knowledge of the league and infectious energy. Head over to PrizePicks with the promo code "RACE" at https://www.prizepicks.com/race for them to match up to a $10 ...
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The Wind from Eden: Montana Weather Stories is produced by the Acoustic Atlas at the Montana State University Library: https://acousticatlas.org. The series looks at how weather has shaped the history, culture, and literature of Central Montana. It is brought to you by the MSU Library’s Ivan Doig archive with support from Humanities Montana. Original music for the series was provided by Flynn Cohen at flynncohen.net. Audio from Ivan Doig’s books English Creek and This House of Sky was provid ...
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The United States Civil Rights Trail

The U.S. Civil Rights Trail, The United States Civil Rights Trail

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The U.S. Civil Rights Trail podcast is a narrative podcast series where historians and experts explore some of the most significant events of the Civil Rights movement. It features the real stories of real people who were there and who made a difference. And it explains why what took place then is still so relevant to all of us today.
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STEM Lab

South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

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How can we best prepare our students to be STEM leaders? STEM Lab is for secondary and higher education STEM teachers, administrators, and policy makers. Guest experts from around the United States and the world give us insight into what we should be teaching and how we can best teach it. We discuss the innovative instructional techniques, education research, and societal and economic trends impacting STEM Education. Host Michael A. Newsome and co-hosts Crystal McGee and Nicole Kroeger are c ...
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Final GES Colloquium podcast of Spring 2024 Investigating the societal and ethical implications of synthetic cells Barbara Herr Harthorn, PhD, Research Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara Profile | DOWNLOAD SEMINAR POSTER This talk introduces 3 ongoing NSF-funded collaborative interdisciplinary projects investigating …
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In this engaging episode of the College Knowledge Podcast, sponsored by the College Planning Network and Paradigm Financial Group, Professor Lisa Bullard, a distinguished educator and director of undergraduate studies in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at NC State, shares her invaluable insights into the world of engineering…
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Topics: changes in the publishing industry, the popularity of Southern culture, cultural heritage tourism, and building a brand.PanelistsAaron Nelson, President and CEO, The Chamber For a Greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro Dr. Tonya Matthews, President and CEO, International African American MuseumBy Carolina Business Review
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Stone and Griffin wrap it up in a tell-all special episode. The two discuss the conclusion of NC State's winter sports, analyze the state of NC State's spring sports and spend the majority of their time pulling back the curtain on what it has been like to record and promote Light it Red this year.By WKNC 88.1 | NC State Student Radio
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On today’s program, General Episcopal Theological Seminary thought it had found a solution to its financial woes—until 7 bishops intervened, saying they didn’t want to be in partnership with a conservative. We’ll have details. Also, controversial pastor Mark Driscoll got booted off the stage at last weekend’s Stronger Men’s Conference after calling…
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Ten years ago, Eric Metaxas was the belle of the evangelical ball. Indeed, his evangelical bona fides were nearly impeccable. Early in his career he wrote for Veggie Tales and worked for Chuck Colson. He wrote humorously but piercingly about Christian apologetics. His biography of Bonhoeffer was named the book of the year by the Evangelical Christi…
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Charlie V is here! Same class as LeBron James, why he should have won the MCDAG MVP, picking UCONN and teaming up with Ben Gordon. Playing for the Toronto Raptors and why getting traded left a bad taste in his mouth with the organization. Signing his deal in Detroit, but some of the hardest years of his career. Plus, how the Mavericks gave him life…
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An Executive Profile with South Carolina Secretary of Commerce, Harry Lightsey. Where does SC go next in light of the South's record-breaking economic development?Other topics: worker issues, sectors seeing recovery and growth, advanced energy opportunities, the S.C. Department of Commerce rebrand, and manufacturing success.…
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SHOW NOTES: On today’s program, a proposed State Department rule could impact employment regulations for nonprofits…and some ministry leaders are voicing concern. We’ll take a look. And, the North Carolina pastor who went viral for remarks he made from the pulpit about rape has apologized—but the controversy, which has sparked ongoing protests, cau…
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You’ve probably heard that you should achieve balance in your life. Perhaps you’ve heard the old saying that “No one ever said on their death-bed that they wish they had spent more time at the office.” Maybe you’ve read the popular Christian book “Half-Time” by Bob Buford, in which he said you should reach a place in your career in which you pivot …
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Gene technology in aquaculture: Potential, constraints, and first products to commercialization Eric Hallerman, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, Virginia Tech University While aquaculture biotechnology has the potential to improve the sustainability of aquaculture, its realization will depend upon enab…
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