Best Tct podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Additive Insight
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The TCT Editorial team, host this podcast bringing the latest in design-to-manufacturing technologies whether that is from the offices in Chester or out and about at trade shows and conferencing across the globe.
 
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Additive Insight
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The TCT Editorial team, host this podcast bringing the latest in design-to-manufacturing technologies whether that is from the offices in Chester or out and about at trade shows and conferencing across the globe.
 
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Additive Insight
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The TCT Editorial team, host this podcast bringing the latest in design-to-manufacturing technologies whether that is from the offices in Chester or out and about at trade shows and conferencing across the globe.
 
TCT Network's Ask the Pastor is one of our most popular programs where viewers can phone, write, or email in questions about the bible or the christian way. These questions get answered live on air by a panel of pastors from local churches.
 
TCT Presents Faith In History with William J. Federer. William J. Federer is a nationally known speaker, best selling author, and president of a publishing company dedicated to researching America's Christian heritage. During this half-hour program learn answers to various questions about Faith as it pertains to American history.
 
TCT Presents Dorinda with Dorinda Clark-Cole. Join three time Grammy award winner, Dorinda Clark-Cole for special time of wonderful music and special guests.
 
Rabbi Daniel Lapin and wife Susan delve into the ancient answers to modern day problems.
 
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Rox Heart Radio
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Lively, roundtable debates covering cardiovascular clinical trials, with host Roxana Mehran, chief scientific officer of the CRF Clinical Trials Center and professor of medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.
 
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The Meltzone
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The digital fabrication podcast
 
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MDedge Cardiocast
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MDedge Cardiocast is the weekly podcast from Cardiology News.
 
Advanced Manufacturing Media is a leading source for news and in-depth technical information about advanced manufacturing in North America.
 
Podcast by Duke Clinical Research Institute
 
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The meaning of the first amendment changed throughout time.
 
The meaning of the first amendment changed throughout time.
 
How the meaning of the first amendment changed throughout time.
 
This week in MDedge Cardiocast: too little sleep, too much sleep, and fragmented sleep are all linked to atherosclerosis; dabigatran matches aspirin for second stroke prevention; HDL particle subfractions may be prognostic in heart failure; and a novel drug safely reduced LDL cholesterol in statin-intolerant patients.…
 
Roxana Mehran discusses key takeaways from the TCT 2018 late breakers with C. Michael Gibson and Ajay Kirtane.
 
Suffering of American Revolutionary troops wintering at Valley Forge in 1777, and how they overcame with God`s help.
 
Smart Manufacturing magazine Editor in Chief Brett Brune interviews Stéphane Lannuzel, chief digital officer for operations at L’Oréal, in Paris. “The digital transformation of L’Oréal Operations is really led by our consumer needs. Our consumers have changed more in the last three years than in the past 30 years,” Lannuzel says.…
 
Israel`s heroic struggle to defeat oppression and the miracles that come to those full of faith and courage, symbolized by the observation of Hanukkah.
 
This week from MDedge Cardiology, a biodegradable polymer shows no long-term benefit in heart stents, appropriate use criteria for imaging in nonvalvular heart disease are released, ACOG updates guidance on hypertension in pregnancy, and more losartan lots are recalled.
 
This week from MDedge Cardiology, a biodegradable polymer shows no long-term benefit in heart stents, appropriate use criteria for imaging in nonvalvular heart disease are released, ACOG updates guidance on hypertension in pregnancy, and more losartan lots are recalled.
 
Six Day War, when Israel had to fight for its very existence and God gave a great victory.
 
It’s the first episode of 2019! Along with a 3D printing wishlist for 2019, Tom and Stefan discuss their current capabilities of driving in the snow and moan about doing taxes. But also, about whether printing ABS still makes sense in today’s landscape of advanced materials, their plans for MRRF 2019 and what 3D printers and 3D printing project ...…
 
It’s the first episode of 2019! Along with a 3D printing wishlist for 2019, Tom and Stefan discuss their current capabilities of driving in the snow and moan about doing taxes. But also, about whether printing ABS still makes sense in today’s landscape of advanced materials, their plans for MRRF 2019 and what 3D printers and 3D printing project ...…
 
This week in Cardiocast, the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program may be doing more harm than good, ticagrelor holds no edge over aspirin in CABG patients, weight-loss apps lack evidence, and the Surgeon General sends out an alarm.
 
Part 2 of the Additive Insight 2018 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing retrospective. In part two the TCT Editorial team of Daniel O’Connor, Laura Griffiths and Samuel Davies talk through the months July to December, with a quiz on tctmagazine.com‘s most read story from each month. https://rapidnews.box.com/shared/static/c3jwa6qjh8mqh5bxtgv ...…
 
Part 2 of the Additive Insight 2018 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing retrospective. In part two the TCT Editorial team of Daniel O’Connor, Laura Griffiths and Samuel Davies talk through the months July to December, with a quiz on tctmagazine.com‘s most read story from each month. https://rapidnews.box.com/shared/static/c3jwa6qjh8mqh5bxtgv ...…
 
Part 2 of the Additive Insight 2018 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing retrospective. In part two the TCT Editorial team of Daniel O’Connor, Laura Griffiths and Samuel Davies talk through the months July to December, with a quiz on tctmagazine.com‘s most read story from each month. https://rapidnews.box.com/shared/static/c3jwa6qjh8mqh5bxtgv ...…
 
Prophetess Sharon Seay Whitelaw
 
Duke IBD Podcast Series: IBD and Nutrition by Duke Clinical Research Institute
 
This week, the barbershop may become a key battleground in the fight against hypertension, the American Diabetes Association upgrades newer antihyperglycemics, refreshed appropriate use criteria for peripheral artery disease are released, and body mass index as a measure of cardiometabolic risk gets a boost.…
 
Stefan talks about his upcoming project on paste extrusion and his Dremel 3D45 printer he’s testing. He discusses with Tom the “Makerbot Method” and what could make it different from other currently available 3D printers. Furthermore they argue weather PLA or PETG is their material of choice and what the advantages and disadvantages of both are ...…
 
Stefan talks about his upcoming project on paste extrusion and his Dremel 3D45 printer he’s testing. He discusses with Tom the “Makerbot Method” and what could make it different from other currently available 3D printers. Furthermore they argue weather PLA or PETG is their material of choice and what the advantages and disadvantages of both are ...…
 
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