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The team at Stanford eCorner believes in the powerful combination of evidence and imagination. We share original stories from informed leaders in academia and industry that focus on innovation, startups, culture, and strategy. The goal: empower you to bring bold ideas to life. Stanford eCorner is led by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center in Stanford University’s School of Engineering.
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
Stanford Pathfinders features engaging dialogue with some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni. Hosted by Howard Wolf, vice president for alumni affairs at Stanford University and president of the Stanford Alumni Association, this podcast provides a special opportunity for Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences as leaders in politics, entertainment, sports, technology and more.
 
Scott Van Pelt, the popular SportsCenter anchor and former ESPN Radio host will present a weekly show that will include long-form interviews, commentary and expanded takes on his "One Big Thing" segment on SportsCenter. SVP will take deep dives with guests and topics in an entertaining way that only he can. Stanford Steve, host of Stanford Steve & the Bear podcast and a producer on SVP's SportsCenter, will be involved, as always.
 
Stanford Legal is hosted by Stanford law professors Pam Karlan, one of nation’s leading experts on voting and the political process, and Joe Bankman, a clinical psychologist and tax law expert. The program features engaging conversations with attorneys, legal scholars, and leading experts on the news-making topics of the day including the commercialization of marijuana, the power of prosecutors, the travel ban, and more. Legal issues can seem complex, Stanford Legal will help listeners make ...
 
Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers. His books include The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing and public lectures ...
 
Leading women in data science share their work, advice, and lessons learned along the way with Professor Margot Gerritsen from Stanford University. Hear about how data science is being applied and having impact across a wide range of domains, from healthcare to finance to cosmology to human rights and more. This podcast is brought to you by the Stanford Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering (ICME) and Stanford Data Science. Generous support for this podcast and other Women i ...
 
Whether you’re giving a toast or presenting in a meeting, communication is critical to success in business and in life. Join Matt Abrahams, a lecturer of Strategic Communication at Stanford Graduate School of Business, as he sits down with experts in the field to discuss real-world challenges. How do I send my message clearly when put on the spot? How do I write emails to get my point across? How can I easily convey complex information? How do I manage my reputation? Think Fast, Talk Smart p ...
 
From the campus of Stanford University this is The Innovators Radio Show + Podcast featuring in-depth, one-on-one interviews with purpose-driven entrepreneurs, renowned thought-leaders and game changers committed to ideas, innovation, and better lives. Our radio show and podcast will illuminate the struggle, breakthroughs and exceptional outcomes game-changers bring to industries, organizations and lives. Hosted by Tom Dioro, executive producer of Stanford Athletics and KZSU's, Beyond the Ch ...
 
Because reading is interpretation, The Well Read Poem aims to teach you how to read with understanding! Hosted by poet Thomas Banks of The House of Humane Letters, these short episodes will introduce you to both well-known and obscure poets and will focus on daily recitation, historical and intellectual background, elements of poetry, light explication, and more! Play this podcast daily and practice reciting! The next week, get a new poem. Grow in your understanding and love of poetry by lea ...
 
Podcast from the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) at Stanford University, featuring Director Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia. Mike and our scholars dive into critical international issues, offering insights into the history and context of the biggest stories in the news.
 
The Dead Harvey podcast is THE podcast for indie horror filmmakers and fans. Hosts, Brad Paulson and Ted Stanford are talking about the horror stories behind the horror stories. They take a humorous and non-technical approach to what indie horror filmmakers go through, what it takes to get a film made and what's new in the world of indie horror.
 
A show to help Asian-American women find more joy in love, work, and life. With mental health so crucial during these Covid times, let's learn how to live our best lives. Hosted by professional journalist and Stanford grad Alice Chen. Learn more about us @ www.HappyAsianWoman.com and join our Facebook group @ https://bit.ly/38R7rEJ Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/happyaw/support
 
We’re Stanford students having a casual conversation about politics and the world: no agenda, no pretenses, no joke (just kidding-- plenty of them). Join our discussion, and hear from public figures and faculty experts who join us on the show. Hosted by Harrison Bronfeld, Avni Kakkar, Rip Livingston, Justin Portela, Noah Bartelt, and Francisco Nodarse.
 
Mark C. Thompson is the World's #1 CEO Coach and a New York Times bestselling author. Mark consults and coaches executives for Fortune 500 and Global Fortune 1000 companies. Forbes called Mark one of “America’s Top Venture Investors with the ‘Midas Touch'." Formerly Charles Schwab's Chief of Staff and Chief Customer Experience Officer, Mark was the Executive Producer of Schwab.com which today has assets over $2.4 Trillion. He is a Co­‐Founder of Sir Richard Branson’s Entrepreneurship Centres ...
 
Erika and Dave dig into the more fascinating aspects of sustainable living - including the joy of living sustainably. It’s all about ending our culture’s love affair with “more,” which is not making us happier and is killing our planet. No half-hearted greenwashing here; we share the brutal and joyful truth! Dave directed the documentary GrowthBusters: Hooked on Growth, which Stanford Biologist Paul Ehrlich declared “could be the most important film ever made.”
 
Flow Research Collective Radio is a podcast dedicated to helping you unlock the upper edge of your potential. Join New York Times bestselling author Steven Kotler and Co-Founders of the Flow Research Collective, Rian Doris and Conor Murphy, as they attempt to decode the science of peak performance and flow with world-leading experts on the topic. Kotler is the author of thirteen bestselling books including Bold, Abundance, Rise of Superman, and Stealing Fire. His work has been translated int ...
 
Everyone has some level of fear in social situations. For you it might be meeting someone new, networking, dating, sales conversations, presenting, public speaking, or business meetings. In order to get to the next level in your life, create better relationships, find love, earn more money, or advance in your career, you must overcome fear, social anxiety, and self-doubt. In order to be outstanding, you must have confidence. That's where Dr. Aziz comes in. After struggling with shyness and s ...
 
This podcast lifts the veil on all topics related to STEM in academia: research, teaching, writing, speaking, and other professional topics. Darren Lipomi is a professor of nanoengineering, chemical engineering, and materials science at UC San Diego. He obtained his PhD in chemistry from Harvard in 2010 (w/ George Whitesides) and was a postdoc at Stanford in chemical engineering from '10-'12 (w/ Zhenan Bao). He is a recipient of the PECASE and became full professor in 2019. Thanks to NSF CBE ...
 
Imagine being a part of a large group of people, all with differing points of view, socio-economic beliefs, and backgrounds. Now imagine you were asked to discuss a variety of important issues, such as the economy, the environment, and immigration. In September of 2019, a total of 526 registered American voters were brought together to discuss important issues that impact all of us. Participants were respectful, addressed each talking point more objectively, and simply approached these issue ...
 
In this podcast series you will find information on wellness cleanses, yoga, healthy recipes, meditation, retreats I lead, and how your wellness and zero-waste living go hand in hand. We talk food . . . a lot! I have a background in food science that goes back 25 years now. Over the course of that time, I have studied wellness from pretty much every aspect from Ayurveda to Chinese medicine, from Reiki to Reflexology, from Yoga to Tai Chi, from sound healing to my fun days at Stanford School ...
 
Design Thinking 101: Learning, Leading, and Applying Design Thinking Design Thinking 101 helps listeners learn about design-driven innovation, connect design thinking to strategy and action, and explore learning from challenges overcome while applying design thinking and related innovation approaches. You'll hear design practitioners' stories, lessons, ideas, resources, and tips. Our guests share insights on how to deliver results with design thinking in business, social innovation, educatio ...
 
The Stanford Storytelling Project is an arts program at Stanford University that explores how we live in and through stories and how we can use them to change our lives. Our mission is to promote the transformative nature of traditional and modern oral storytelling, from Lakota tales to Radiolab, and empower students to create and perform their own stories. The project sponsors courses, workshops, live events, and grants, along with its radio show State of the Human.
 
Welcome to Enterprise Product Leadership (formerly IoT Product Leadership). Join Daniel Elizalde as he interviews Product Leaders on what it takes to launch Enterprise and Industrial products into the market. Whether you are a Product, Design, Engineering, UX, Data, or Business Leader, this show will give you insights into how top companies approach their products' lifecycle. About your host. Daniel Elizalde is the host of the Enterprise Product Leadership podcast. He is a Product Executive ...
 
Are you worried about your sleep and health? Are you bothered by lack of sleep or fatigue? Are you suffering from insomnia, sleep apnea, or other sleep disorders? Do you feel your sleep difficulties are getting in the way of being successful, happy, and motivated? Deep into Sleep podcast is here to assist you find the answers. Dr. Yishan Xu, a licensed clinical psychologist and a sleep specialist trained in Stanford Sleep Center, explores inspiring conversations with guests from various fiel ...
 
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While calls to "defund the police" have made headlines, a new Stanford Law report "Safety Beyond Policing: Promoting Care Over Criminalization" explores alternatives to the use of police in sensitive situations such as mental health crises and in schools. Two of the report's co-authors, Professor Robert Weisberg and Stanford Law student Michelle Po…
 
Howie Liu is the co-founder and CEO of Airtable. Inspired by his own experiences learning to code and building customized business apps, he co-founded the company in 2013 to democratize software creation. Prior to that, he was the founder of Etacts, an intelligent CRM tool that was acquired by Salesforce. While Etacts was a furious one-year sprint …
 
Biology is not typically considered a mathematically intensive science, says Noah Rosenberg, an expert in genetics, but all that is about to change. Math, statistics, data and computer science have coalesced into a growing interest in applying quantitative skills to this traditionally qualitative field. The result will be better and more accurate m…
 
Summer Moore Batte discusses her research and personal experiences with anxiety—both as someone who has lived with the condition as well as the parent of a child with an anxiety disorder diagnosis. Her new book, Name and Tame Your Anxiety: A Kid’s Book, serves as both a playbook for children as well as a guide for the people who love and care for t…
 
Synopsis: In the 2nd episode in our 3-Part Series on Ways to Attack Pulmonary Vascular Disease, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Drs. Shazia Bhombal, Mike Tracy, and Rachel Hopper, who developed the multidisciplinary Cardiac and Respiratory Care for Infants with BPD also known as neonatal chronic lung disease, discuss Stanford’s CRIB program and …
 
While calls to "defund the police" have made headlines, a new Stanford Law report Safety Beyond Policing: Promoting Care Over Criminalization explores alternatives to the use of police in sensitive situations such as mental health crises and in schools. Two of the report's co-authors, Professor Robert Weisberg and Stanford Law student Michelle Port…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by KNBR Giants Weekend host Marty Lurie to celebrate the 90th birthday of Willie Mays and tell some stories about the national treasure. Marty saw Willie play back in NY and he talks about when he knew that Willie was something special. They talk about how Willie would do in today's game and how he is compared to his godson …
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob dive deep into nicotine, a complicated and interesting molecule that has effects on both the brain and the body. They analyze the results of the studies that describe nicotine’s cognitive benefits and potential for inducing weight loss. They talk about a smoking cessation technique called nicot…
 
Topics addressed: 0:00 What’s easier, giving talks with slides or talks with no slides? 0:51 What are some strategies for avoiding non-words, like um, like, and so? 4:00 Is it calming to hold onto an object when giving a presentation? 5:42 What’s the best way to prepare for a Q&A session? 9:00 What level of complexity should you prepare your spoken…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of The Well Read Poem podcast. In this third season we will explore six lyric poems by the great English modernist W. H. Auden. The study of Auden’s poetry is in many respects a study of the 20th Century itself, and of its religious, philosophical, and political concerns. Auden was one of the great chroniclers of the so-called “…
 
Ted and Brad discuss Joshua Rofe's, "Sasquatch", Seth Larney's, "2067", and take a look at May movies to look forward to; including Karl Holt's, "Benny Loves You" and Darren Lynn Bousman's, "Spiral". Audio clips ("Benny Loves You", "From Dusk Till Dawn"). Intro and outro music by Tony Longworth. Check out Tony's podcast, "The Dark Alternative Music…
 
In our final episode of the first season of Voices of America in One Room, we sit down with thought leader Daniel Lubetzky, founder and executive chairman of KIND. As a philanthropist, Daniel is passionate about building bridges between people, and it's his mission to make the world a little kinder. We are honored that Daniel was able to take time …
 
Adam Copeland is joined by KNBR Giants pre & postgame Host Bill Laskey to talk about the Giants bullpen and how they can improve on their hot start. Bill thinks one thing that Gabe Kapler struggled with last year and still hasn't fully figured it out yet is how to use his bullpen. Bill thinks they still need to figure out all the guys roles in the …
 
In this episode, I respond to questions related to scientific writing, and coming up with new ideas in scientific research. To what extent should we minimize jargon in scientific writing? Is it acceptable to use literary techniques like metaphor in scientific writing? If I have a lot of data for a single figure, how do I organize it so that the fig…
 
The multi-talented Cecilia Aragon is a data scientist, professor, author and champion aerobatic pilot. In this podcast, she explains how learning to fly gave her the confidence to pursue her career in human-centered data science and as an author. Her book, Flying Free: My Victory Over Fear to Become the First Latina Pilot on the US Aerobatic Team, …
 
Turns out Doc Vader can express feelings OTHER than pure rage 😍 A Nurses Week love song straight from the Dark Side. A parody of Elton John's Your Song, lyrics and performance by ZDoggMD (AKA Doc Vader)Links, video, lyrics, and more: https://zdoggmd.com/your-songYour support keeps us independent and mild-to-moderately awesome: https://zdoggmd.com/s…
 
The Secret To Breaking Through And Making Massive Changes In Your Life Does it feel impossible to change certain patterns in your life? Perhaps you feel like you've tried everything and nothing's worked. Join Dr. Aziz in this fascinating interview with a client from one of his Mastermind programs who has made a remarkable shift in his physical heal…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Athletic 49ers writer David Lombardi to review the 49ers 2021 Draft class. David thought the 49ers were gonna draft Trey Lance from almost the beginning. He saw how the odds in Vegas changed late to show that Lance was the favorite for the 49ers to draft at #3. Lance is a good fit with in the Kyle Shanahan offense after h…
 
In this week’s episode, I am very grateful to have the opportunity to interview Jay Pea. He is the founder of a non-profit organization Save Standard Time that aims to promote and support natural time. Jay will share with us the cons of daylight saving when it comes to our health and safety. He will tell us why it is always best to keep and use nat…
 
This episode is a short conversation between me and my senior PhD student, Andrew Kleinschmidt, who had recently suffered a brain injury. As part of his rehabilitation, one of his assignments was to conduct an interview about science. We covered some pretty existential topics as well, including the question "if you got hit by a bus tomorrow, would …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman: E148 |Maneesh Agrawala: How AI is changing video editingTechnology is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in video editing. Instead of fretting about the risks, society should embrace the possibilities.Imagine typing words into a text editor and watching on a nearby television as a well-known celebri…
 
This episode of the Chief Executive Podcast features Donna Orender, CEO of Orender Unlimited. In this episode, we ask Donna about her incredible resume, having been an all-star professional basketball player, and later the President and Commissioner of the WNBA, a senior executive at the PGA Tour, and a board member and contributor to many charitab…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Literary Life podcast with Angelina Stanford, Cindy Rollins and Thomas Banks! This week our hosts open a new series on Ray Bradbury’s well-known novel Fahrenheit 451. They talk about the form of the dystopian novel and why it is such a popular form in the modern world. Angelina shares some background on the form, a…
 
Steven Kotler’s new book, The Art of Impossible, is out.It’s $27.99 everywhere books are sold BUT you can only get the book and a battle-tested set of Free Peak Performance Tools and Trainings at 👉 https://www.theartofimpossible.com --- "The most powerful distractors are our own emotions." ~ Daniel Goleman ABOUT THE GUEST Dr. Daniel Goleman is an i…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E147 | Noah Rosenberg: How biology is becoming more mathematicalA geneticist explains why biology, a field once thought relatively removed from mathematics, is quickly becoming a hotbed of computational science.Biology is not typically considered a mathematically intensive science, says Noah Rosenberg, an e…
 
Anxiety is a natural response to stress. Summer Moore Batte, Stanford alum talks how to effectively manage it in her book “Name and Tame Your Anxiety.”Summer Moore talks managing debilitating anxiety in her playbook for parents who are trying to help their kids with their anxious feelings.By Stanford Radio
 
Steve Berman is filling in today for Adam Copeland and is joined by Athletic 49ers Writer Matt Barrows to break down the 49ers drafting Trey Lance at #3 overall and what that means for Jimmy G's future with the team. Lots of talk about the 49ers taking Mac Jones at #3, but that didn't happen and Matt started piecing some things together before the …
 
Mike tells Sarah about an impending conflict, a dissident singer and America's first internet-enabled cancellation. Digressions include "Freedom Fries" and 1990s record company shenanigans. The co-hosts harmonize for the first time; Mike struggles not to call the Chicks by their former name. Content note: This episode includes misogynistic, racist …
 
Paul Offit is a pediatrician specializing in infectious diseases and an expert in virology and vaccine development. He currently serves on the FDA committee evaluating COVID-19 vaccines. In this episode, Paul’s second appearance on The Drive, he provides an update on all the SARS-CoV-2 vaccines currently deployed, explains why the concerns raised a…
 
How can we help India while pushing towards normal in the US? The way forward, with UCSF's Dr. Monica Gandhi.Video, transcript, links to more episodes: https://zdoggmd.com/monica-gandhi-4Your support keeps us independent and mild-to-moderately awesome: https://zdoggmd.com/supportersShow, podcast, music, support, shop, social media, and email: https…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Michele Gelfand about the difference between tight and loose cultures. They discuss the primacy of cultural norms in governing human behavior, the trade-offs between order and freedom, conservatism vs liberalism, sensitivity to threat, scarcity, the COVID pandemic, the Jeffrey Toobin affair, po…
 
Ted and Brad discuss Chris von Hoffmann's, "Monster Party", Jesse Blanchard's, "Frank & Zed", and take a deep dive into the history of zombies and it's major influences in the genre, as well as their personal favorites. Audio clips ("Night of the Living Dead", "From Dusk Till Dawn", "Dawn of the Dead"). Intro and outro music by Tony Longworth. *Ind…
 
Adam Copeland is joined by Locked on 49ers Podcast Host Brian Peacock to break down the 49ers taking Trey Lance 3rd overall in the NFL Draft. Lots of smokescreens all week from the 49ers about drafting Mac Jones and the Faithful were worried. There is so much upside with Trey Lance, but there is also some risk. Brian compares Trey Lance to a curren…
 
In today's episode, we sit down with Ebony, an accountant and mother of two. In addition to accounting, Ebony is also a notary public, a tax preparer, and a licensed life insurance agent, all in addition to being a published author. We talk to Ebony about her experience with America In One Room, learn how she used social media to help guide her voi…
 
One of my students interviewed me for a class on leadership. I was honored he chose me for this assignment. Here are some of the topics we covered: What were some formative experiences that influenced your career trajectory? Is it better to seek a range of experiences or to focus in a single area? What are the values that underlie effective leaders…
 
When your heart and mind start to race and you know you need a bit more TLC, what do you do? In this episode, I walk you through the 5 selfcare elements and how you can use them to help you when you do feel you are starting to spin and step away from your place of balance. Together, we walk through your . . . Earth element, Water element, Fire elem…
 
In this episode, I share my thoughts on a variety of topics related to starting out in an undergraduate or graduate research lab. Whom should you ask for a letter of recommendation? How can you spot bad work environments? What are the red flags? How do you identify a positive fit? When do you know if you should drop a bad project? When applying to …
 
Money impacts so many areas of our lives, from our marriages, to careers and parenting. Having access and spending wisely are crucial for happiness. Join finance expert Daisy Fitzgerald and I as we talk about all things money. In Part 2 we discuss the importance of spending money on self care, lessons learned from running our own consulting busines…
 
Money impacts so many areas of our lives, from our marriages, to careers and parenting. Having access and spending wisely are crucial for happiness. Join finance expert Daisy Fitzgerald and I as we talk about all things money. In Part 1 we discuss the importance of money knowledge for happiness, what to look for in a potential husband when it comes…
 
Miriam Rivera is the co-founder and managing director of Ulu Ventures, a seed stage venture fund focused on IT startups. Previously, she was a vice president and deputy general counsel at Google, where she joined as the company’s second attorney. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Heidi Roizen, Rivera discusses the state of diversi…
 
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