Best bioengineering podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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O. Ross The Small Biz Engine
 
O. Ross Enterprises is a multidimensional firm with three divisions: O. Ross Business Consultants, Speaking, and Real Estate Each entity has a distinct character and collectively they influence individuals and businesses alike.
 
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In this podcast, we interviewed Jim McGorry, CEO and Saverio LaFrancesca, President and Chief Medical Officer about how Biostage is using cell therapy to improve the standard of care in adult and pediatric esophageal disease. We began the interview talking with Dr. LaFrancesca about how Biostage is using their Cellframe technology to improve on ...…
 
GEN Sounds of Science June 19, 2017Team believes a rational therapeutic design approach will allow scientists to transform how the disease is tackled. Quantum dot technology also should be applicable to other autoimmune diseases as well.
 
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GEN PODCAST - weekly podcasts from Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN)
 
Bioengineers Use Quantum Dots to Help Develop New Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis
 
Some of Robert Langer's inventions sound like the stuff of science fiction: "smart" pills that can release medicine by remote control... organs and bone, coaxed into growing on polymer scaffolds. But these inventions are already in clinical trials, or in development at Langer's Lab at MIT, the largest bioengineering lab in the country. In this ...…
 
https://beingskepticalpod.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/beskep-june-a-2017.mp3 Right-click or long-press and save to download and listen offline. Starting this month, Being Skeptical is moving to a new, easier to digest format! We decided that episodes in the 1hr40min to 2hr range was probably asking too much of our audience, so we will now do a ...…
 
https://beingskepticalpod.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/beskep-may-2017.mp3 Right-click or long-press and save to listen offline. NEWS ARTICLES FROM THIS EPISODE: University of Saskatchewan professor harassed by anti-GMO group. Woman goes a year without insulin after receiving bioengineered pancreas. Minnesota Somali community suffers Measles out ...…
 
Dr. Christina Agapakis is the creative director at Ginko Bioworks. In this episode we discuss her amazing journey from Pam Silver’s lab to her current position at Ginko Bioworks. Along the way she attempted to solve the energy crisis, worked with artists, made foot cheese, and started a science magazine. Christina’s goal is to engage with the p ...…
 
Bioengineering mice to stop Lyme disease, a new approach to refugee aid, and rethinking one of the seven deadly sins. This week, stories about the best way to help people.
 
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The Naked Scientist
 
The naked scientists spoke to Eusebius about Artificial bone marrow and answered science questions from the callers.
 
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The Best of the Eusebius McKaiser Show
 
The naked scientists spoke to Eusebius about Artificial bone marrow and answered science questions from the callers.
 
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Ask the Naked Scientists Podcast
 
Is there a cure for flu? Can your genetic engineering make you smart? How far are we from designer genes? Can we cure HIV? Do our voices change as we get older? Plus, bioengineered bones!
 
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Ask the Naked Scientists Podcast
 
Is there a cure for flu? Can your genetic engineering make you smart? How far are we from designer genes? Can we cure HIV? Do our voices change as we get older? Plus, bioengineered bones!
 
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Podcast - Social Gelo with Angelo
 
Stephen Rose is a Harvard Bioengineering student and explains how bioengineering may have found the answer to the fountain of youth. Notes anti-aging and bioengineering http://www.worldhealth.net/list/news/bioengineering/ imortal jellyfish https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turritopsis_dohrnii Starfish regeneration http://animals.nationalgeographic. ...…
 
In the studio this week with Dr Shane is colleagues Dr Catherine, Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. The team kick things off with science news. News this week include recent studies into the physiological adaptations of long distance runners, what makes them so good at running so fast,. and for so long? Next up the team discuss bio-engineering advancements ...…
 
In the studio this week with Dr Shane is colleagues Dr Catherine, Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. The team kick things off with science news. News this week include recent studies into the physiological adaptations of long distance runners, what makes them so good at running so fast,. and for so long? Next up the team discuss bio-engineering advancements ...…
 
In the studio this week with Dr Shane is colleagues Dr Catherine, Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. The team kick things off with science news. News this week include recent studies into the physiological adaptations of long distance runners, what makes them so good at running so fast,. and for so long? Next up the team discuss bio-engineering advancements ...…
 
In the studio this week with Dr Shane is colleagues Dr Catherine, Dr Lauren and Dr Ray. The team kick things off with science news. News this week include recent studies into the physiological adaptations of long distance runners, what makes them so good at running so fast,. and for so long? Next up the team discuss bio-engineering advancements ...…
 
From nuclear armageddon to bio-engineered zombie outbreak, humanity has a timeless fascination with the end of the world. Andrew (Chainsaw the Fragile), Jen (Diesel Suzuki), Chris (Blood Steakhouse) and Louis (Junk the Mighty) discuss what it takes to craft a good apocalypse and share their favorite stories of civilization's collapse. They also ...…
 
Many of you may not know who Charlie 27 is. We don't blame you. Written in 1969, Charlie was born on Jupiter, where he was bio-engineered to be one tough SOB, fought in a malitia, and founded the Guardians of the Galaxy. Charlie is only our second character who doesn't hail from earth 616, but he has visited our universe before. He's even an ho ...…
 
A new form of bioengineering ditches the cell and could speed up innovation. Five giant tech firms are hoarding most of the world's data. Is it time to break up the oligopoly? Also, an ambient soundscape from the deepest known part of the ocean
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
 
A new form of bioengineering ditches the cell and could speed up innovation. Five giant tech firms are hoarding most of the world's data. Is it time to break up the oligopoly? Also, an ambient soundscape from the deepest known part of the ocean
 
A new form of bioengineering ditches the cell and could speed up innovation. Five giant tech firms are hoarding most of the world's data. Is it time to break up the oligopoly? Also, an ambient soundscape from the deepest known part of the ocean
 
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The Economist Radio (All audio)
 
A new form of bioengineering ditches the cell and could speed up innovation. Five giant tech firms are hoarding most of the world's data. Is it time to break up the oligopoly? Also, an ambient soundscape from the deepest known part of the ocean
 
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Digital Health Today | Featuring the leading innovators and innovations reshaping healthcare
 
My guest today is Dr Daisy Robinton. I met Daisy at Wired Health in London earlier this year where she delivered a tremendous talk about CRISPR-Cas9 and once I heard it, I knew I had to ask her to come here on the program to share her insights and inspiration into the field of bioengineering. Daisy is a scientist in gene editing at Harvard Univ ...…
 
Researchers turn to the vascular system of plants to solve a major bioengineering problem blocking the regeneration of human tissues and organs. Current bioengineering techniques, including 3-D printing, can't fabricate the branching network of blood vessels down to the capillary scale that are required to deliver the oxygen, nutrients and esse ...…
 
Megan interviews Molly Sheehan, a bioengineering post-doc who is running for US Congress in 2018. Molly grew up in Pennsylvania, studied biology at Haverford College, and received her PhD in biochemistry and molecular biophysics from the University of Pennsylvania. She is now a post-doc in bioengineering developing new molecular imaging techniq ...…
 
At a time when we are constantly being asked to retrain ourselves to adapt to new technologies and changing industries, Dr. Barbara Oakley, Ph.D., shows us how we can uncover talents we didn’t realize we had—no matter what our age or background. Oakley has an eclectic resume, from waitress to Army officer, Russian translator to radio operator, ...…
 
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How to Be Awesome at Your Job: A Podcast for People who Love Learning Improvement Tools for Happier Work | Career | Employment
 
Engineering Professor Dr. Barbara Oakley gives her best techniques for making mindshifts, whether they are dramatic changes or small tweaks. You'll Learn: Why the Pomodoro technique’s 25 minutes of focus is indeed a magical number How you can make dramatic changes – and small tweaks – to improve your life How the imposter syndrome can actually ...…
 
What mysteries live within the depths of water? In this episode we shed new light on the properties of water. I introduce you to Dr. Gerald Pollack, the author of the best selling book, The Fourth Phase of Water. In that book and in this episode Dr. Pollack takes us on a fantastic voyage through water, showing us a hidden universe teeming with ...…
 
It’s not every week that we get authors with PhDs in science on the show (though we’ve had a few!), but today Anthony J Melchiorri joined us. By day, he uses his PhD in bioengineering to develop cellular therapies and 3D-printable artificial organs, and by night, he writes medical thrillers, post-apocalyptic fiction, and space opera. So far, he ...…
 
Christopher Gibson. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Recursion Pharmaceuticals, a biotech company leveraging the latest automation, computation and biological tools to perform drug discovery at scale. Chris holds a BS in bioengineering, a BA in managerial studies, and a bioengineering PhD from the University of Utah. Famous Five: Favorite Book? – ...…
 
Nostalgia isn’t what it used to be. Michael and Michael discuss the difference between reboots and repeats using movies such as the Matrix and Aliens, as well as in the gaming world such as Leisure Suit Larry and the Nimblebit games. The review of Thimbeweed Park serves as a tremendous launch point for this conversation. Rounding out the show, ...…
 
Back pain has become the world’s leading cause of disability.Stuart McGill has been at the forefront of non-surgical approaches to addressing back pain for many years. His 2015 book "Back Mechanic: The Secrets to a Healthy Spine Your Doctor Isn't Telling You" is a wonderfully accessible account of his methods and perspectives.McGill spent 30 ye ...…
 
Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), what triggers it, and how it may be treated. About My Guest: My guest for this episode is Dr. Jill Carnahan, MD. Dr. Carnahan is board certified in both Family Medicine and Integrative Holistic Medicine. She completed her residency at the Universi ...…
 
Gene editing is a new bio-engineering technique that allows precision dicing and splicing of DNA – like a pair of molecular scissors - and, according to its proponents, the process can be used to cure everything from AIDS to malaria. Louise Sales campaign co-ordinator of FoE’s Emerging Tech Project has been investigating.Dr. Michael Antoniou, s ...…
 
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LEDE: Human organs must be used for transplant soon after removal, but freezing them often causes damage. Engineers are developing a solution. Randy Atkins: Organs can be preserved through vitrification, a way of rapidly cooling to a glass-like state that avoids formation of ice crystals. Still organs are often damaged during the slow, uneven t ...…
 
This week on Science Today, we learned a lot from University of California researchers. For instance, radiologist Pratik Mukherjee at UCSF told us even though people often don’t pay much attention to small brain injuries – like those suffered in a fall or a minor car collision – these types of traumas should never be ignored. "There is a signif ...…
 
In this week's Podcast co-host Kevin Garber talks with Maciej Kranz about the Internet of Things (IoT). Maciej Kranz is the author of the New York Times bestselling 'Building the Internet of Things: Implement New Business Models, Disrupt Competitors, Transform Your Industry'. Maciej is also Vice President of Strategic Innovation at Cisco. Some ...…
 
Do you dread getting vaccinations because of the needle? Well, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have developed what could be a game-changer for vaccinations. Dorian Liepmann, a professor of mechanical and bioengineering says their needleless technology is called MucoJet, and it’s designed to self-administer vaccines. "What ...…
 
Dr. Jonathan Greenburg. My career as a Dentist has been truly fascinating and I believe is what has led me to where I am today. So where am I? I am the founder and owner of Snore Experts which are 5 Treatment Centers in Los Angeles that exclusively treat Snoring & Sleep Apnea. They are where you would expect; Beverly Hills, Pasadena, Encino, Va ...…
 
Wenjia Zhu is a Product Manager at BloomReach, a big-data analytics company serving online retailers. Selected Topics: Self-doubt, MIT engineering degrees, quarter-life crises, becoming a Product Manager, and 401(k)s. About Wenjia: Prior to becoming a Product Manager at BloomReach, Wenjia Zhu was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, a ...…
 
Pranav Singh is an undergraduate in the department of Bio-Engineering at the University of California San Diego and the winner of the recent UCSD HealthHack. Pranav's team came up with a plan, Blueprints for Life: Design Solutions for Refugee Health. Their central idea is to allow the community of refugees in camps to organize and tap into expe ...…
 
Listen Now to Future News 3.21.2017 It’s Mrs. Future’s birthday today and we see “Hamilton” after the show! (which was fantastic). We also had a whirlwind trip to LA and back, where among other things we had a chance to check out some of the latest VR titles, including “Dear Angelica,” and a little tour of the International Space Station. This ...…
 
Ben Tien is a graduate student in the department of bio-engineering at the University of California San Diego and a winner in the refugee category at the recent UCSD HealthHack. Ben talks about how his team came up with the solution of a sexual assault alarm bracelet that would provide light, an emergency siren and a way to mark an assailant. B ...…
 
Jonny Berliner judges suggestions for levelled up humans by bio-engineer Dr. Michelle Rogers, biodiversity theorist Dr. James Rosindell and the studio audience at Imperial College. The panel discuss naturally occurring gyroscopes, telescopic generation and why you shouldn't drill a hole in your skull.Our theme music was written and performed by ...…
 
Taste is the oldest of our five senses, and yet perhaps the least understood. It’s far more complicated than salty versus sweet: new research is dramatically expanding our knowledge of taste, showing that it’s intimately connected to obesity, mood, immunity, and more. In this episode, we get into the science of how taste works, why we taste wha ...…
 
This Morning's PersonGuest:Dr. Lee Jin HyungNeurology, Neurosurgery and BioengineeringStanford University
 
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