show episodes
 
Being successful in business, farming, or life means overcoming new challenges everyday. Join Precision Planting's Product Support team as we deliver new learnings and unpack deeper understanding with each episode. We will be interviewing, investigating and sharing our conversations from customers, engineers, dealers, sales managers, product support and more. Smarter Every Season is the premiere Precision Planting podcast for anyone excited to follow along and learn with us.
 
The official podcast of the Georgetown Security Studies Review (GSSR), discussing all things national security, history, military, and foreign policy. GSSR is the official flagship publication of Georgetown University's Center for Security Studies, featuring both online commentary and a biannual academic journal. Find out more about GSSR here: https://georgetownsecuritystudiesreview.org/
 
Welcome to the Talking Precision Medicine podcast. In this series, we sit down with experts on the application of AI and big data analytics in the drug discovery space. Our guests are innovators, business decision makers and thought leaders at the intersection of data and therapeutics. We discuss the promise, practice, challenges, and myths of AI in precision medicine. This show is brought to you by Genialis, and Rafael, our CEO, is your host.
 
Exploring all things genetics. Dr Patrick Short, University of Cambridge alumnus and CEO of Sano Genetics, analyses the science, interviews the experts, and discusses the latest findings and breakthroughs in genetic research. To find out more about Sano Genetics and its mission to accelerate the future of precision medicine visit: www.sanogenetics.com
 
P
Precisely

1
Precisely

Precisely Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Beau and Kelly talk about beer, random topics, and most importantly video games! This is Precisely! Follow us on Instagram https://instagram.com/preciselypodcast/ For any questions, comments, or topics you want us to discuss on the show email us at preciselypod@outlook.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/preciselypodcast/support
 
15-20 minute reflections on particular Spike Lee films, from School Daze up through Black KkKlansman - précis for a book-length study of Lee's cinema, reflections on a course I've taught a number of times at Amherst College and University of Maryland. In these podcast pieces, I pay particular attention to issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality as they emerge inside particular films and in the history-memory of African American life. How does Lee's cinema think? How does sound and image ...
 
In the Precision Vision Podcast, hosts Craig Houin and Morgan Seger discuss the relevant precision technology in the agriculture industry as well as introduce and evaluate new tech as it arrives on the scene. With the help of industry leaders, Craig and Morgan will also walk through the best practices of these ag tech tools to help optimize growers' economic return.
 
“Why live an ordinary life, when you can live an extraordinary one?” Tony Robbins, the #1 Life and Business Strategist, has helped over 50 million people from 100 countries create real and lasting change in their lives. In this podcast, he shares proven strategies and tactics so you, too, can achieve massive results in your business, relationships, health and finances. In addition to excerpts from his signature events and other exclusive, never-before-released audio content, Tony and his tea ...
 
Free fitness, nutrition, biohacking, fat loss, anti-aging and cutting-edge health advice from BenGreenfieldLife.com! Tune in to the latest research, interviews with exercise, diet and medical professionals, and an entertaining mash-up of ancestral wisdom and modern science, along with Q&A's and mind-body-spirit optimizing content from America's top personal trainer.
 
To educate and inspire cannabis cultivators using Grodan (and those who aren’t) with an entertaining show focused on growing solutions, best practices, and common misconceptions. With the help of various internal and external guest speakers, we aim to give our listeners the tools they need to grow more with less, from seed through harvest.
 
P
PRECISELY, SHE SAID

1
PRECISELY, SHE SAID

Precisely , She Said Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Welcome to Precisely , She Said Podcast ! This Podcast is where we come together to Live , Laugh and Summarize while discussing topics of Personal Experiences , Travel , Entertainment , Goals , Reviews , Fashion , Self Care , Current Events and much more. Contact us by email: Preciselyshesaid@gmail.com Instagram: @preciselyshesaidpodcast
 
Dan Meredith has been a great example of how to be an Entrepreneur since he created his own successful business in the direct sales industry named Precision Organisation! He has also been a mentor to many upcoming business owners across his Organisation and in the industry and therefore, decided to pass on the information learned to everyone listening to the Precision Podcast.
 
The Precision Microcast is a podcast where Adam Demuth and Josh Hacko chat about all things precision. Adam runs his own business, Demuth Tool, leveraging his extensive experience as a toolmaker to make precision components for assorted industries. Josh is the Technical Director at Nicholas Hacko Watchmaker, and designs and makes internal mechanical watch components. Both of your hosts have a strong passion for precision, whether it be in manufacturing, metrology, design or in first principl ...
 
The Model Health Show is a fun, entertaining, and enlightening look at health and fitness. No subject is off limits here! World-renown author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome. Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or countless other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health and live your best life ever.
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this week’s podcast episode, join Dave Wolfe from GenXys and Jena Quinn, owner of Perfecting Peds, for the second episode of a two-part series. This week, they talked all about maternal health and the role that precision medicine plays in ensuring patient safety and efficiency all around. Perfecting Peds provides clinical services to help you be…
 
Welcome to Talking Precision Medicine — the podcast in which we discuss the future of healthcare and health technology, and how advances in data and data science are fueling the next industrial revolution. In this episode, our host and Genialis CEO Rafael Rosengarten spotlights Vibe Bio. Vibe Bio is a new biotech aiming to disrupt how we finance dr…
 
What happens when you precision plant wheat? There’s a growing body of evidence indicating that better seed singulation, metering and depth control has the potential to improve uniformity of emergence, growth and crop canopy. That precise approach can also add up to higher yield potential and more grain in the bin. But many growers have... Read Mor…
 
In this episode, Derek Olson of Megalithic Marvels, sits down with researcher & author Lynn Myers to discuss how megalithic structures were made. They discuss the geopolymer theory, the ancient precision technology theory and give many examples that can be seen throughout Egypt. You are not going to want to miss this! SHOW NOTES Lynn's book Lynn's …
 
In this episode, guests Christine Ward, VP and Head of Oncology and Cell Therapy Precision & Translational Medicine at Takeda and Geoff Oxnard, Thoracic Oncologist and VP of Foundation Medicine talk to Patrick about Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) in precision oncology. Also covered are the impact of large-scale genetic datasets on patient diagnos…
 
Humans have a complex and intimate connection with out of our most basic needs: food. In our culture, food can serve many purposes including memories, joy, and connection. And because every cell in your body is created from the food you eat, your diet also has a profound impact on the way your body functions on a daily basis. On this compilation ep…
 
In this discussion, I explore the pessimism of Spike Lee's Bamboozled, a 2000 film that offers a thought experiment: what would happen if television broadcast a minstrel series? What are the theoretical foundations of the claims coming out of this experiment? Lee, I claim, is drawing on the key insights of afropessimism, in particular the claim tha…
 
A discussion of Robert Townsend's 1987 film Hollywood Shuffle and how it both articulates and addresses a sense of crisis in making films with and about Black people. I am particularly concerned with how Townsend engages two senses of crisis. One, registering a sense of enduring violence against Black bodies, people, and life in the history of Amer…
 
As a way of preparing for analysis of Spike Lee's cinema, I reflect here on how Robert Townsend's 1987 film Hollywood Shuffle poses a series of challenges to filmmaking and the representation of Black people and Black life on the screen. In particular, I am interested in his critique of Hollywood's racial history - a critique made by plain reportag…
 
We’re in the middle of peak seed selling season, as producers get crop plans in place for 2023. When selecting a variety, many producers wonder where to focus when looking at different options. Derwyn Hammond, western Manitoba agronomist with Pioneer Seeds Canada, says this year in Manitoba, especially on the canola side, there was a... Read More…
 
In a past episode, I revealed my discovery of what I consider to be the next frontier of electrical muscle stimulation. …but with all other forms of EMS I've used in the past, although getting great results for injury rehab, muscle growth, targeted muscle “re-training,” and more, I've also had to deal with all sorts of wires, time-consuming electro…
 
Can governments protect valuable farmland while at the same time build housing needed for ever-expanding cities and urban cities? That question is being asked throughout Ontario agriculture this week after the provincial government passed the More Homes Built Faster Act, Bill 23. The legislation has drawn the ire of critics, as Premier Doug Ford mo…
 
Thanks for tuning in to this Friday edition of RealAg Radio. On today’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by Lyndsey Smith and Kelvin Heppner, both of RealAgriculture, for the RealAg Issues Panel. They cover a lot of topics, including: ADAMA & Syngenta decision on Matador and Silencer for 2023; Adverted rail strike in the... Read More…
 
The sheer number of people, and the corresponding economy, within the Indo-Pacific region is reason enough for every nation to have a coordinated, focused strategy for trade in the region. The need for a strategy may be clear, but the shape it takes, and the urgency with which it is prioritized varies by country. Canada,... Read More…
 
Sustainability is a journey not a destination, and the global agriculture industry is working to balance meeting global needs while maintaining the health of the environment that supports the industry. That’s according to Jack Bobo, who works at Nature United using his expertise to oversee global food and water policy, and spoke this week at... Rea…
 
From starting out in a community hall in Carseland, Alberta, in 1977 to successfully achieving an original goal of ending the Canadian Wheat Board’s monopoly 35 years later, the history of the Western Barley Growers Association is documented in a new book entitled Western Barley’s Legacy. “We wanted to document the history of our association... Rea…
 
Thanks for tuning in to this Thursday edition of the Farmer Rapid Fire! Today’s show is brought to you by Pioneer Seeds Canada. Guest host Kara Oosterhuis is joined by: Philip Shaw of Dresden, Ont.; Drew Spoelstra of Binbrook, Ont.; Jocelyn Wasko of Eastend, Sask.; and Andrea Stroeve-Sawa of Taber, Alta. As well, don’t miss... Read More…
 
If you follow mainstream media, you’ve likely heard the name Paul Wells. Wells was the lead political columnist at Maclean’s magazine for 19 years. His byline has also cropped up in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and the National Post. His latest endeavour is a Substack subscription newsletter, as well as The Paul Wells... Read More…
 
When it comes to feeding soybeans, investing in potash will give growers the best bang for their fertility buck. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Soybean School, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Soybean Specialist Horst Bohner looks at potash soil test values to determine how soybeans respond economically to the nutrien…
 
Last year, my sons and I watched the first season TV series called "The Chosen." It's basically the story of Jesus and his "chosen" disciples told in a very, very compelling manner. While speaking with a friend about "The Chosen," he commented to me that he knew the creator of the project, and the guy actually happened to be into fitness, recovery,…
 
Thanks for tuning in to this Wednesday edition of RealAg Radio. Today’s show is bought to you by PRIDE Seeds. We will hear from: Stuart Person with MNP, on reducing financial stress on the farm; Cornie Thiessen with ADAMA Canada, on the decision to pull Silencer out of Western Canada; and, Russ Crawford on a... Read More…
 
Syngenta Canada says it will not have its lambda-cyhalothrin-containing insectide, Matador, available to western Canadian farmers for 2023, but is working to have it back on shelves for 2024. Matador is approved for use on a variety of crops, including potatoes and canola, however a label revision from 2021 comes into force in 2023, removing... Rea…
 
If you’re in love with wheat, and really, who isn’t, is it worth skipping a fungicide in soybeans to get wheat in sooner? That’s a big question and one that requires a few more perspectives than just fungicide use, so host of Wheat Pete’s Word, Peter Johnson, tackles that in this week’s episode. Plus, we’ll... Read More…
 
Agriculture and food issues often cross provincial, national and international boundaries. Being a leader of a farm organization frequently requires representatives to look well beyond the farm gate to tackle issues that impact their members. That’s certainly the case for Thunder Bay, Ont., dairy farmer Peggy Brekveld, who in 2023 will again lead t…
 
Education can have a multitude of powerful impacts on children and their outcomes. It can even have lasting positive impacts on health by providing better resources, knowledge, and better social skills. While many can benefit from the traditional approach to education, our one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t serve those who have different learning s…
 
Succession planning isn’t just for farms — it’s important for every business. A few years ago, Josée Lemoine brought her business, Pivot Performance, into the Backswath Management fold. As planned, Backswath founder Terry Betker is now stepping down (but not away) from leading the business, as Lemoine will step up to lead the company as... Read Mor…
 
Thanks for tuning in to this Tuesday edition of RealAg Radio, recorded at Great Falls, Montana, at the Northern Pulse Growers and PNW Canola Association convention. Host Shaun Haney is joined by Karen Sowers of PNW Canola Association, to chat about the diversity of acres in Montana, and by Shannon Berndt of Northern Pulse Growers,... Read More…
 
Chasing yield goals usually starts with a favourite or promising new hybrid or variety, but navigating the sea of options for corn and canola can especially be overwhelming. To help navigate the decision-making process on variety or hybrid selection, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by Ian Epp with the Canola Council of Canada, and Marty... Read More…
 
Every year, adzuki beans grown in Ontario fields find their way to markets in southeast Asia where they are synonymous with sweet treats — everything from pastries to candy bars and even adzuki-flavoured Pepsi. On this episode of the RealAgriculture Edible Bean School, host Bernard Tobin discussed adzuki end uses, market opportunities and agronomic…
 
We’re excited to be back with another episode in our Pulm PEEPs Fellows’ Case Files series! This is a particularly exciting case since it is our first episode where some intrepid fellows reached out to us with an interesting case they had encountered. If you have a great case, please let us know and you can follow in their footsteps! Pack your bags…
 
Thanks for tuning in to this Agronomic Monday edition of RealAg Radio. Today’s show is brought to you by FarmTRX. Host Shaun Haney is joined by Peter ‘Wheat Pete’ Johnson, RealAgriculture’s resident agronomist, to discuss different growing conditions and low seeding rates. You’ll also hear from Eric Johnson, weed scientist with the Agronomic Crop I…
 
Do you have canola stored on-farm? If so, it’s time to check those bins. It’s likely been a fair amount of time since the crop came off, and even if conditions were perfect at harvest (but let’s face it, they rarely are) it’s time to check in. As Courtney Boyachek, agronomy specialist with the Canola... Read More…
 
Farmers looking to prepare for seeding using lower horsepower requirements can look no further than the Bednar Swifterdisc XO 8000F. Rene Van Geerenstein, with Pentagon Farm Centre, introduced Bednar’s 8000F at Agri-Trade 2022, explaining its main purposes is as a secondary tillage unit. He says it’s not used to break ground, but instead is intende…
 
Dylan is joined this week by fellow podcaster, used machinery dealer, and treasure hunter Noah Graff. Dylan and Noah talk about inspecting used machinery, working with family, how the sausages (podcasts) are made, and more. Check out Swarfcast at https://todaysmachiningworld.com/swarfcast/ and Graff-Pinkert at https://graffpinkert.com/ Other podcas…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login