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Science on the ISS is a series of 10 minute podcasts covering the wide range of scientific research activities taking place aboard the International Space Station. Science on the ISS is a Cheap Astronomy production written by Steve Nerlich. Listeners are welcome to copy and distribute these episodes for non-profit purposes.
 
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Episode 11 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Scott Peterson, joining us from Melbourne Australia representing Barry Pang’s Kung Fu School. Scott has been training with Barry since 1991 largely with a focus on Wing Chun but also exploring some of the other southern kung fu systems. He shares with us some of his personal experiences and thoughts on the st…
 
Shell Homage is a biodegradable composite material out of egg and nut shells without toxic chemicals. It is completely biodegradable and can decompose when no longer in use. It can be used in several industries as product design, interior design, consumable goods and jewelry design. Shell Homage is founded by the integrated designer Rania Elkalla a…
 
Elena Amato is a designer from Guatemala currently living in Brazil. She is passionate about circular design, developing materials using biofabrication and thinking about creative applications for them. In 2019 she founded Ponto Biodesign, a biofabrication lab and design studio, where she has created sheets of bacterial cellulose with paper-like qu…
 
Episode 10 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Keith Mazza, a closed door disciple of Grand Master William Cheung joins us from South Jersey in the USA. He has a practical approach to Wing Chun and martial arts in general, much of his experience and training is centered around application and effective use of the arts. Keith also shares with us details ab…
 
Episode 9 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Derek G Chan, a lifelong martial artist and committed fitness coach shares with us his perspective of Chinese Martial arts and Wing Chun in particular. Beginning his training at a young age, Derek has experienced the full range of Chinese martial arts, both internal and external styles. Episode 9 Highlights: I…
 
THE SHELLWORKS makes home-compostable materials from seafood waste that degrade in just 4-6 weeks. After the product life-cycle the material will start degrading when placed in earth and even acts as a natural fertilizer for plants. They developed a range of products for their clients such as candle containers, plant pots, films, and plinths. Also,…
 
LABVA stands for Laboratorio de Biomateriales de Valdivia (Chile) which is an independent, self organized community group. Together they go out in nature to study plants & natural materials and experiment creating new biomaterials by developing kitchen recipes or growing them. But the enthusiastic people involved in this admirable initiative do eve…
 
Material Designer Paula Nerlich is developing a bioplastic based on aquafaba from chickpeas as part of her research into circular, compostable biomaterials. The material, which is currently under development, shows great potential for mechanical manufacturing and thus for industrial production. The biomaterial varies in color from cream white to pi…
 
Dopper, a Dutch Social Enterprise selling reusable water bottles, is on a mission towards a world with crystal clear water in every ocean and from every tap. Therefore, they launch initiatives like the Dopper Changemaker Challenge Junior, which is an international competition for children aged 8 to 12 that challenges them to develop solutions to si…
 
Cinzia Ferrari’s PLANT plASTIC! is a fantastic packaging material that doesn’t contain any toxic ingredient and that doesn’t become waste: Instead, at the end of its use it takes a new life form by growing into a house plant. Packaging is not a passive dead matter anymore. It is alive and contributes to a better environment: By growing into a plant…
 
In Bulgarian public kindergartens, children drink water from single use plastic cups. As a result, the annual plastic waste equals 240 million cups and would cover half of the Earth’s Equator, if wasted cups were arranged in a line. This is an extreme case of throw-away culture that is being imprinted into children’s perceptions as a norm. From an …
 
Coolpaste is a sustainable packaging design that literally thinks outside the box. The designer Allan Gomes gave birth to an eco-friendly alter ego of our trusty old toothpaste. The tube is made of impermeable cardboard and the cap is made of biodegradable Polylactide (PLA), a bioplastic derived from renewable resources such as corn starch, tapioca…
 
Episode 8 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Moy Tung, a closed door disciple of Moy Yat shares with us his journey learning and teaching kung fu. He shares private stories and fond memories of long training hours and rigorous routines that forged his martial arts abilities. We even get some insight into what Yip Man’s real life was like, much different …
 
Episode 7 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Larry takes us through his experience Learning Wing Chun under the legends Augustine Fong and Jack Ling. He shares with us his perspective of today’s Wing Chun practitioners as well as his distaste for online Wing Chun training programs. Larry emphasizes integrity in training and in teaching, preserving the ar…
 
Episode 6 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast A black belt of both BJJ and Wing Chun, Andrew Nerlich of Red Boat Kung Fu in Sydney, Australia shares with us his perspective of Wing Chun fighting on the ground. With each art having its own obvious advantages, is Wing Chun effective in ground fighting? Episode 6 Highlights: Wing Chun in tournaments and comb…
 
Episode 5 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Kai explores the underlying theory of Siu Nim Tao, Chum Kiu, and Biu Jee forms and recalls what it was like to train under Chu Shong Tin. Kai provides fascinating metaphors to explain difficult concepts of Wing Chun practice. Episode 5 Highlights: Layered approach to training and stages of development Deeper u…
 
Episode 4 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast From his humble school in the small town of Westville, NJ, USA Andy Masterson has been teaching students kung fu since the 1990’s. For many years a dedicated student of local kung fu Master Ron Wilson, Andy still continues his learning today as an active disciple of Tai Chi Master WIlliam Ting. Aside from kung…
 
Episode 3 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Sifu Jimmy Manfredy is Sifu at the Twisting Tiger Academy in Lakeland, FL, USA. Manfredy is from a family martial artists who all take their training very seriously. In this episode we explore the origins of the term “martial art” and we get a peek into how Wing Chun is practiced at the Twisting Tiger Academy,…
 
Episode 2 Wing Chun Discussion Podcast Sifu John Turnbull is the Instructor at Immortal Palm Internal Martial Arts Association in Cleveland/Parma, Ohio, USA. Turnbull is a graduated student and Wing Chun master of the Leung Sheung Lineage. In this podcast, we speak with John about the things he likes to focus on with his students and his approach t…
 
Episode 1 Wing Chun Discussion PodcastJoin us for our series opener as we talk with Sifu Adam Williss of the Dragon Institute in Orange County, California, USA. A dedicated student of Wing Chun for the last 24 years, Adam has practiced under the instruction of his Sifu William Graves of the Leung Sheung Lineage. In his training and with his student…
 
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