Best Nanotechnology podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Nanovation
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Nanotechnology is a more precise way of doing everything — making things, assembling things, measuring things, sorting things, etc. From construction and energy to health and information technology, few industries will be immune to its influence. The Nanovation podcast is a forum to address the big questions, challenges, and opportunities of nanotechnology. Topics lie at the intersection of nanoscience, manufacturing, technology, business, and society. The podcast is conversational in format ...
 
From the discovery of new dinosaurs to the science of an avalanche. From the secret technology behind Facebook, to nanotechnology. Deciphering science and technology in an entertaining, amusing and accessible way. If we can understand it, so can you. Hosted by Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells.
 
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SmallTalk
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SmallTalk is a podcast series where we chat about nanotechnology with leading scientists, thinkers, artists, writers, and visionaries, and look at quirky nanoscience stories in the news. Dr. Stephanie Chasteen, of the Exploratorium???s Teacher Institute, hosts this monthly series.
 
This podcast is drawn from the "Virtual Lab" of WeCanFigureThisOut.org. This Virtual Lab uses 3D virtual reality animations to explain electronics, microelectronics and nanotechnology. This podcast explains how scanning tunneling microscopes (STM's) work. STM's are one the nanoscientist's best tools for seeing individual atoms.
 
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STEM-Talk
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The most interesting people in the world of science and technology
 
The Nourish Balance Thrive podcast is designed to help you perform better. Christopher Kelly, your host, is co-founder of Nourish Balance Thrive, an online clinic using advanced biochemical testing to optimize performance in athletes. On the podcast, Chris interviews leading minds in medicine, nutrition and health, as well as world-class athletes and members of the NBT team, to give you up-to-date information on the lifestyle changes and personalized techniques being used to make people go f ...
 
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PharmaTalkRadio
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Guest hosts interview industry insiders on strategies, business models, leadership, technologies & innovations in advancing drug development for the benefit of patients. More specifically: clinical trials, patient-centricity, mobile/digital in R&D, drug delivery, emerging biotechs and Immuno-Oncology. PharmaTalkRadio is a non-profit program to provide easy and free access of helpful information for professionals in life sciences as well as patient advocates. It is organized and supported by ...
 
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STEM-Talk
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The most interesting people in the world of science and technology
 
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Subtle Beast
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Subtle Beast W/ Steve N Foltz Is A Podcast That Covers Several Different Topics That Range From Everyday Things To Out Of This World Topics
 
James M. Tour's Audio Files
 
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Spectrum
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Spectrum features conversations with an eclectic group of fascinating people, some are famous and some are not, but they all have captivating stories.
 
A women in tech podcast featuring technical interviews with prominent women in technology. The interviews explore topics in software engineering, software design, artificial intelligence, research, entrepreneurship, career strategy, machine learning, security, and more.Hosted by Edaena Salinas, Software Engineer at Microsoft.
 
Podcast dedicated to breaking news, practice and personal life tips, and covering the most controversial and provocative pet, animal and veterinary topics.
 
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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Random Rambles
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Welcome to the official digital chronicles of the life of Ari Esters (that’s me). No one knows who I am, but this is more for me than anyone else. Every few days, I will be uploading an episode documenting what’s happening in my life and what’s on my mind. This could range anywhere from interacting with new people and places to my thoughts on current news and technology. I’m very excited to document my experiences as I enter a new stage of my life.
 
Welcome to The Syndicate, the place where investors and startups combine to create crazy businesses and even crazier returns. The Syndicate podcast is a deep dive on the angel investors and VCs behind the big name startups. We interview the best and brightest investors, syndicate leads, GPs, limited partners and startup founders to create an original, off the cuff discussion on startup investing. With a focus on strategies and tactics, mistakes and massive money makers, we hope to help Angel ...
 
chrispower115 uses Narro to create a podcast of articles transcribed to audio.
 
Myeloma Crowd Radio brings you patient-led interviews of the world's top multiple myeloma researchers. Call in live at showtime to (347) 637-2631 ask questions and to learn about the latest innovation in simple terms patients can understand.
 
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TJ Morris ET Radio
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CALL IN IS 347-945-7207 to TJ Morris ET Radio strangely appealing! Phenomenology discussions include interviews, panels, on Ascension Age paranormal topics: CALL -1-850-376-1100 oe 850-736-5138 for ET Alienology,cosmology,parapsychology. phenomenology, ufology, universal life theology, philosophy, Spiritual Science Authors Books, Movies,TV. Integratve Medicine, Body-Mind-Spirit Spiritual Science Consciousness.A.I. and more... American Communications Online -ACO Association of Consciiusness s ...
 
Future Technologies Poised to Transform Our Lives For The Better are the focus of this podcast. Almost here means these technologies are Now Here, or Just Around The Corner. Listen to the latest future tech news & interviews, featuring Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, stem cells, regenerative medicine, Bitcoin, Blockchain & other cutting-edge stuff.
 
A podcast about the future, near and far, technology and culture, science and art, and all points between. Long-term thinking starts with short-term goals.
 
Future Human illuminates radical change, telling the stories of the thinkers, innovators and entrepreneurs who are reshaping life in the 21st century. Presented by Jack Gwilym Roberts with Ben Beaumont-Thomas.
 
The Electronic Engineering Research Podcast
 
AmiPal is a podcast about palliative care, technology, innovation and research. If you want to learn more about palliative care, hospice care, research, innovation and health technology - this podcast is for you! This podcast will be of interest to healthcare professionals and students with an interest in palliative medicine. The podcast is hosted by Dr Amara Nwosu MBChB, MRCP, PhD, who is a Academic Clinical Lecturer in palliative medicine in the University of Liverpool, UK. Come and join t ...
 
Green Living: organic food, green homes, environmental protection, green health, cutting-edge research -- just some of the exciting topics Diane explores. Diane is an Integrative Intuitive Counselor, Author, and Speaker. Her new book, "Intuition for Beginners" will be published April 2013 and she's the author of "Invisible Blueprints" and contributing author to "The Long Way Around" and "Speaking Out." Born and raised in New Orleans, Diane has an A. B. in French from Duke University and did ...
 
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Aerospace
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Aerospace
 
Future Human has teamed up with the V&A, the world’s leading museum of art and design, to launch a weekly podcast series that will introduce listeners to some of the Europe's most radically progressive minds. Visionaries seeks out individuals who are reimagining innovation in their field, and asks them to apply their intelligence to emerging trends. Hosted by Jack Gwilym Roberts with Ben Beaumont-Thomas. Future Human – understand radical change: futurehuman.io
 
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The Tech Doctor
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The 'Fantasy Doctor' Is In
 
Science Spinning is a half hour weekly popular science show, broadcast from Dublin City, Ireland and presented by science writer, Seán Duke. Regular slots include: What's it all about?The Question is, and Inventive Minds. To suggest items for the show contact the Editor at: sciencespinning@dublincityfm.ie
 
Welcome to People My Dog Would Like, a fresh new podcast where I get to sit around a digital campfire with you and explore what interesting people are doing with their game changing ideas, fresh initiatives and cool, out-of-the-box movements with an eye on the future. There are so many sticky, complex challenges we face in the world today that can fundamentally be solved through the exponential advances happening in technology. This podcast is about sharing some of this incredible informatio ...
 
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Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, MD is a family medicine physician and Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, as well as a Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine. Mark has been a competitive runner for almost four decades, with more than one hundred marathon and ultramarathon finishes, and he continues to compete as a national-level master ...…
 
02-15-2019: Today, I’m covering an article about a graphene-based innovation developed by researchers at the University of Manchester. This new nanotechnology has the potential to turn plain old ocean water into freshwater, providing potential solutions to water security and sustainability worldwide.…
 
Rolls-Royce is an engineering company that makes jet engines which get distributed all over the world for use in land, air, and sea. Some engines made in the 1960s are still in use, and they aren’t actually that different from the engines being made today—that is, with one main (and important) exception: they weren’t designed with service or re ...…
 
Merrell Fankhauser has led one of the most diverse and interesting careers in music. His book Calling from a Star The Merrel Fankhauser Story is on Amazon. Author-Songwriter-Musician - Friend to Mu ancients and ET's. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and moved to California when he was 13 years old. Merrell went on to become one of the innov ...…
 
Our guest is Wall Street Journal writer Meghan Cox Gurdon. Gurdon joins us to discuss her new book, The Enchanted Hour that brings to light the neuroscience behind reading, especially reading aloud. Gurdon argues that this ancient practice is a fast-working antidote to the fractured attention spans, and the distraction of the tech era, helping ...…
 
Blyncsy is a Salt Lake based technology firm, founded in 2014 by CEO Mark Pittman. Blyncsy has created a unique traffic sensor that picks up your electronic signals as you pass regularly throughout the day—without acquiring any of your personal or private data. The data that is retrieved is completely anonymous and is housed in a secure databas ...…
 
Sandeep Jain, MD, FCCP, pulmonary and sleep medicine specialist, as well as the founder of ListenMD, discusses sleep issues and disorders, and the technology that is helping patients who suffer to get the care they need. ListenMD is an intelligent, innovative universal health care communication platform centered on patients that have been speci ...…
 
Gabriel Rene, an architect of the spatial web, director of VERSES Foundation (verses.io), delivers an overview of the current state of technology, including AI and product interfaces as we move to a Web 3.0 world. Gabriel Rene is excited about technology. As an experienced deep technology entrepreneur and researcher, he has been a leader in the ...…
 
Trevor Morin, PhD, CSO biochemistry, and William Dunbar, PhD, cofounder and acting CEO, of Two Pore Guys, Inc., provide an interesting overview of nanotechnology as it applies to scientific advances. Morin and Dunbar’s company, Two Pore Guys, Inc., is literally transforming human and environmental health by bringing nanotechnology and precision ...…
 
Patrik Dalqvist and Elin Langhammer are the CEO and Founder/Technical Director, respectively, of Insplorion AB, a Sweden-based company working to commercialize nanoplasmonic sensing for the environmental monitoring and automotive markets. They joined Mike to talk about the company's birth, the science behind their nanoplasmonic sensor technolog ...…
 
Quite a bit is known about bone-building cells (osteoblasts) and bone-resorbing cells (osteoclasts), but not much is known about bone marrow fat cells—aside from the fact that bone marrow becomes packed with them as we age or become obese. We also know that there is a correlation between the incidence of multiple myeloma (a type of blood cancer ...…
 
Despite advances in civil rights in our country’s history, our society, in the 21st Century, is still plagued by racist symbols such as “blackface” and other racial stereotyping. It has been recently brought to the public’s attention through the publication of a blackface photo involving the Governor of Virginia and the admission by that State’ ...…
 
Turn on the TV or flip through the latest celebrity magazine and you’re almost guaranteed to find a blurb or picture of the latest botched plastic surgery or rumors about a celebrity’s suddenly changed look. Why are these stories so commonplace—particularly the plastic-surgery-gone-wrong stories? Wouldn’t these millionaire celebrities be able t ...…
 
The Stoppel Lab at the University of Florida opened its doors and accepted its first Ph.D. student just a few months ago, but they’re already knee-deep in an exciting endeavor which could aid in the repair of injured or diseased tissues in patients: designing natural material that has the same characteristics and structure of natural tissue and ...…
 
“Poor sleep is pervasive in our culture and is thought of as being…dispensable, and this has consequences that range from motor vehicle accidents to cancer,” says Michael Howell, MD, and co-founder of Sleep Performance Institute. He’s been practicing sleep medicine for years now and realizes all too well how many people don’t consider their sle ...…
 
Dr. Charles Samuels, M.D., CCFP, DABSM, is devoted to a good night’s sleep—for everyone. He has committed many years to the study of sleep and recovery and in this podcast, he outlines the importance of sleep and what to do when our sleep is suffering. Dr. Samuels is a board certified sleep medicine expert, certified with the American Board of ...…
 
Just like human activity has resulted in pollution on Earth, it’s resulted in the pollution of the space around Earth, leaving large volumes of space debris in orbit—debris ranging in size from a few millimeters to dead satellites weighing thousands of pounds. While even the smallest sizes of debris pose the threat of colliding with active sate ...…
 
Communities are an important component of open source software. Karen Chu, Community Manager at Microsoft, talked about communities in the cloud computing space. Karen explained different ways to manage and nurture a community. We talked about marketing, workshops and conferences. Karen is one of the creators of “The Illustratated Children’s Gu ...…
 
Communities are an important component of open source software. Karen Chu, Community Manager at Microsoft, talked about communities in the cloud computing space. Karen explained different ways to manage and nurture a community. We talked about marketing, workshops and conferences. Karen is one of the creators of “The Illustratated Children’s Gu ...…
 
Sam Watts is one of the foremost thinkers on VR and the Director of Immersive Technologies at MakeReal, a company that believes that immersive digital products are transforming the way we work, play and learn. MakeReal makes virtual reality experiences, augmented reality devices, collaborative ‘serious games’ and other tools that support new ty ...…
 
Author of Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design, creator of the Evolution 2.0 podcast, and electrical engineer Perry Marshall joins the podcast today for a compelling and exciting conversation about everything life and evolution, offering his opinion on questions concerning the origin of new species and the origin of li ...…
 
02-08-2019: I’m finally able to pick up some assignments on my new Micron job, even if it’s just a little. I deployed a strategy of asking random co-workers what they were working on, which led to discussing opportunities for me to contribute.
 
A short episode where I announce my plan to upload short discussions of new and budding nanotechnologies. Now that I’ve said I’m gonna do it, I have to do it.
 
Bruce Schneier (@schneierblog) is an internationally renowned security technologist, called a “security guru” by The Economist. He is the author of 13 books–including: Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World Click Here to Kill Everybody: Security and Survival in a Hyper-connected World In addition to his ...…
 
Mike Giddings from Pro Scout, Inc. joins the show. Giddings’ company has a science-based system for evaluating NFL players that he provides to more than ten NFL teams, and has been used by 16 Hall of Fame coaches on 33 Super Bowl teams. Listen in to hear how he does it and to what he attributes his success.…
 
Robert Albarran is an astrophysicist in Park City - he joins Cool Science Radio to talk about space weather. Everyone is familiar with changes in the weather on Earth. But "weather" also occurs in space. Just as it drives weather on Earth, the sun is responsible for disturbances in our space environment. What is it and why is it important to kn ...…
 
Zach Supalla, founder and CEO of Particle (particle.io), provides a detailed overview of how technology is improving the ways we can interact with and control our devices and products. Supalla’s company, Particle, is the dominant IoT platform on the market that simplifies building, connecting and managing intern ...…
 
Dr. Martin Scharf, Ph.D., FABSM, sub-investigator, research, and development consultant at Cleveland Sleep Research Center, delivers an overview of sleep research, and drugs for treatment of various illnesses including fibromyalgia. Dr. Scharf has a passion for sleep, and don’t we all! A good night’s sleep is one of the best experiences you cou ...…
 
Ascension Age Awareness about consciousness and our spiritual paths by women who are sincere about talking to each other of their own beliefs. What are we doing here? Why do we bother to communicate? Something unexpected happens when we compare our own lives and our reactions to each other. Agnes Toews-Andrews joins Janet Kira Lessin and Theres ...…
 
Dr. Bruce Damer, scientist, designer, author, as well as founder and CEO of DigitalSpace (digitalspace.com), provides a thorough overview and analysis of the origin of life as well as his vast experimentation in the area of physics-based simulations for space research. Dr. Damer is a distinguished computer ...…
 
John O’Connor, founder of Gene Food (mygenefood.com), discusses the importance of diet and explains how our genetic composition is literally a road map that takes us to the diet destination our body prefers. John O’Connor is very passionate about nutrition, genetics, and startups. O’Connor discusses the idea ...…
 
Sleep medicine is a rapidly evolving field, and Joe Schulz, Dale Moseley, and Adam Moseley are right in the middle of it, working with cutting-edge technology to bring relief for patients suffering from a variety of sleep disorders. In 2005, Joe Schulz was working as a sleep technologist when he founded Delta Waves, a company that seeks to enco ...…
 
Enrique Cubillo is an advocate of something you might see often, but not hear about in these terms: transport sports. He explains that transport sports recreate (like all other sports) but also serve transportation skill sets, like in-line skating, scooters, or cycling. But aside from an educator and advocate of these transport sports, Cubillo ...…
 
A new monoclonal antibody called Isatuximab is advancing through clinical trials and is getting closer to FDA approval. This antibody targets CD38. Learn more from Dr. Ravi Vij of Washington University as he discusses the findings from recent clinical trials, how this drug will be used in the clinc and how it is different from other monoclonal ...…
 
In this discussion, CRAACO co-chair, Katherine Vandebelt, Chief Ecosystem Officer, Reify Health, Inc, and Alison Bateman-House, PhD, MPH, MA, Assistant Professor Division of Medical Ethics, NYU Langone Health, consider what lines are being drawn in the integration of clinical care and clinical research. More specifically: Research and care or t ...…
 
Many people are unaware of how much their environment can impact their sleep; everything from light and temperature to the sounds in the room while sleeping can mean the difference between waking feeling refreshed and able to function at your best, and waking feeling sluggish, unmotivated, or depressed. Daniel Gartenberg, PhD was practicing as ...…
 
This past January several of the NBT team members and I met up for sun and camaraderie at the Flō Retreat Center, in Uvita, Costa Rica. Flō is run by strength coach, Ben House, PhD, who’s been on the podcast once before. Previously we talked about his work with clients and the effects of hormones on building strength and lean mass. It’s now a y ...…
 
A new study will examine how the relationship between science and religion impacts political power, social authority and culture, according to Dr. Myrna Perez Sheldon, assistant professor of Gender and American Religion at Ohio University and editor of “Cosmologics,” a magazine that is the project of the Science, Religion, and Culture Program a ...…
 
As a clinical health psychologist and assistant professor at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Department of Psychiatry, Aric Prather, Ph.D. focuses his work on understanding the underlying biological pathways through which sleep, stress, and other health behaviors affect our overall states of health. One of the main ways in wh ...…
 
In late 2011, Justin Wilford and his wife’s life changed forever in an instant: their son Max was diagnosed at age four with an unclassified brain tumor leading to hydrocephalus and the need for emergency brain surgery, followed by over a month in the hospital, followed by out-patient chemotherapy. “We were shifting between utter despair and as ...…
 
In this discussion, stakeholders from medical practices, hospitals, service providers, and patient advocacy discuss how medical practices can offer clinical trials to patients. Including: Infrastructure and supportHow to establish physician championsHow to influence leadership supportContacting patients Moderated by: Jennifer Byrne, Founder, Gr ...…
 
Murray Abramson, MD, VP Clinical Operations, Biogen and Jeff James, CEO, Wilmington Health, discuss the blockers and enablers to making clinical research a care option. Discuss includes: What are the blockers or conflicts (laws, culture, behaviors, etc) that prevent clinical research from becoming a care option?What is the difference between a ...…
 
Many technologies that we use today are the product of decades of research. Christine Peterson, Co-founder of the Foresight Institute and CEO at a Stealth company is researching technologies that are of fundamental importance to the human future. One of them is nanotechnology. Christine explained what nanotechnology is and challenges it can tac ...…
 
Many technologies that we use today are the product of decades of research. Christine Peterson, Co-founder of the Foresight Institute and CEO at a Stealth company is researching technologies that are of fundamental importance to the human future. One of them is nanotechnology. Christine explained what nanotechnology is and challenges it can tac ...…
 
Our guest today Dr. Stuart Phillips, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, who is best known for his research into muscle health and the benefits of dietary protein. Stu is the director of the McMaster Physical Activity Centre of Excellence, a state-of-the-art exercise research and training center. It is devoted ...…
 
Our guest today Dr. Stuart Phillips, a professor of kinesiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, who is best known for his research into muscle health and the benefits of dietary protein. Stu is the director of the McMaster Physical Activity Centre of Excellence, a state-of-the-art exercise research and training center. It is devoted ...…
 
Jonathan Jackson, PhD, Director CARE Research Center, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Jim Kremidas, Executive Director, Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) sit down for a frank discussion on the benefits of offering clinical research in underserved communities. Many communities, whether affected by race, ethnicity, or soci ...…
 
Chief Medical Officer Summit co-chair, Jim Roach, and prominent biotech investor, Elizabeth Stoner, sit down for a fireside chat to discuss what investors are seeking when investing in a biotech company, particularly traits of a Chief Medical Officer. Stoner shares her insights on longevity, key qualities of an effective CMO, and how her perspe ...…
 
Garry Golden is a professionally trained futurist who writes, speaks, and consults on complex issues shaping society and business in the 21st century. He has consulted for Fortune 500 companies, governmental agencies and the US Army on issues related to transportation and mobility, food safety and health, the future of portable power, financial ...…
 
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