Best bioengineering podcasts we could find (Updated December 2017)
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Night White Skies
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Join Sean Lally in conversation about architecture’s future, as both earth’s environment and our human bodies are now open for design. The podcast engages a diverse range of perspectives to get a better picture of the events currently unfolding. This includes philosophers, cultural anthropologists, policy makers, scientists as well as authors of science fiction. Each individual’s work intersects this core topic, but from unique angles. Sean Lally is the founder of the office Weathers. Lally ...
 
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Singularity Bros
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A podcast about transhumanism, the future, and the technological singularity
 
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Skyline Health & Medicine Magnet
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Ann Arbor Skyline Health & Medicine School. Subscribe and learn about Skyline biotechnology, health and medicine programs and activities as we prepare students for the new millennium.
 
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TED Theme: What's Next in Tech
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The contemplation and, often, introduction of new technology is integral to TED: you might say it's embedded in our genetic code. Computer scientist Jeff Han intends to reinvent computing by replacing traditional point-click user interfaces with dynamic touch screens. Robert Full wants to enhance transit and robotics by studying the motion of animals whose system of locomotion can adapt to nearly any surface. And Juan Enriquez discusses oil energy -- derived, ultimately, from ancient plants ...
 
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GeneMods
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Official podcast of GeneMods, the Northwestern University Synthetic Biology Club. News, interviews and discussions about the bioengineering revolution!
 
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The Methuselah 300 Podcast
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Podcast highlighting amazing gains in bio-engineering sciences that will change the way people live, from engineering human tissue to 3-D printing human organs.
 
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Infected by Scott Sigler
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Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families. Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all hav ...
 
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The Methuselah 300 Podcast
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Podcast highlighting amazing gains in bio-engineering sciences that will change the way people live, from engineering human tissue to 3-D printing human organs.
 
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Ash Tales | Stories of the Apocalypse
 
Short stories exploring the end of the world.From nuclear Armageddon to bio-engineered super plague, humanity has an age-old obsession with the end of the world.Each week, we'll be sharing a self-contained short story, exploring what life might be like at the end of the everything.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/ash-tales-stories-of-the-apocalypse/id1209825233Original post apocalyptic fiction available to read, download and keep from Ash Tales: http://ashtales.com/ Theme song is ...
 
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The Methuselah 300 Podcast
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Podcast highlighting amazing gains in bio-engineering sciences that will change the way people live, from engineering human tissue to 3-D printing human organs.
 
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Villanova Health Summit
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Villanova Health Summit brings together renowned leaders in the healthcare community representing diverse points of expertise such as bioengineering, law, ethics, hospital administration, bench-to-bedside research, and patient care. Featuring unique, multidiscplinary collaborations, this series explores novel approaches to some of the most pressing issues in healthcare today.
 
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Why Is That Important?
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Where do regular people go for a dose of interesting ideas, and perhaps a little debate? We at WITI (Why Is That Important?) hope to be that place; a home for thoughtful conversation centered around a topic that someone is passionate about; where they will help us to see its importance in our lives. It may be anything as simple as why we should eat chocolate every day or as complex as the ethics of bioengineering. No matter the subject, you can be sure to be able to have the answer an next t ...
 
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Ash Tales | Stories of the Apocalypse
 
Short stories exploring the end of the world.From nuclear Armageddon to bio-engineered super plague, humanity has an age-old obsession with the end of the world.Each week, we'll be sharing a self-contained short story, exploring what life might be like at the end of the everything.iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/ash-tales-stories-of-the-apocalypse/id1209825233Original post apocalyptic fiction available to read, download and keep from Ash Tales: http://ashtales.com/ Theme song is ...
 
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Fractured Horizon
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Katherine Downs sets off to find her mysterious father—and awakens hundreds of years later into a world guided by visionary Royals. But Kay inadvertently blinds their power. Hunted, she joins the rebel Adams, bioengineered warriors who rely on banned technology for a precarious foothold on the fading world. Will they destroy Kay for being only human, or will revelations about her own unnatural origins cause Kay to help them in their ongoing war? Greeted by a high-tech horde, courted by visio ...
 
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Infected
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Across America a mysterious disease is turning ordinary people into raving, paranoid murderers who inflict brutal horrors on strangers, themselves, and even their own families.Working under the government's shroud of secrecy, CIA operative Dew Phillips crisscrosses the country trying in vain to capture a live victim. With only decomposing corpses for clues, CDC epidemiologist Margaret Montoya races to analyze the science behind this deadly contagion. She discovers that these killers all have ...
 
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TED Theme: What's Next in Tech
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The contemplation and, often, introduction of new technology is integral to TED: you might say it's embedded in our genetic code. Computer scientist Jeff Han intends to reinvent computing by replacing traditional point-click user interfaces with dynamic touch screens. Robert Full wants to enhance transit and robotics by studying the motion of animals whose system of locomotion can adapt to nearly any surface. And Juan Enriquez discusses oil energy -- derived, ultimately, from ancient plants ...
 
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A recent graduate from the Bio-Engineering Department at the UW, Jerusalem Grace Kifelaw talks about how being a student of color has impacted her journey in the STEM field.
 
This week, we present two stories of scientists under professional and academic pressure, both in the field and in the lab. Part 1: In China, ornithologist Sam Snow and his colleague gather as much data about a species of bird as possible -- but it comes at a cost. Part 2: Biologist Megan Hatlen worries that she’ll never make a breakthrough in ...…
 
Blade Runner is a classic. That’s undisputed. The 1982 film, directed by Ridley Scott, is a breathtaking blend of noir and science-fiction that offers us a glimpse of the future we desire and dread. Harrison Ford shines as Rick Deckard, a “Blade Runner” tasked with hunting down and killing a group of rogue replicants. Replicants are bio-enginee ...…
 
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Published on 06 Oct 2017. Head of the largest bioengineering lab in the world, former chairman of the FDA and one of the few recipients of the National Medals of Science and of Technology and Innovation, Bob Langer's work has spanned multiple fields and settings and has been applied across numerous fields, from pharmaceutical to chemical, biote ...…
 
Shane A Bassett reviews the latest Blade Runner film 'Blade Runner 2049' starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Sylvia Hoeks, Jared Leto and Robin Wright. The latest Blade film is set in 2049... Bioengineered humans called "Replicants" have been integrated into society. One of them, K, works as a Blade Runner for the LAPD, hunting down and "reti ...…
 
Shane A Bassett reviews the latest Blade Runner film 'Blade Runner 2049' starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Sylvia Hoeks, Jared Leto and Robin Wright. The latest Blade film is set in 2049... Bioengineered humans called "Replicants" have been integrated into society. One of them, K, works as a Blade Runner for the LAPD, hunting down and "reti ...…
 
A full-time bio-engineering student juggling volunteer work and a job as a yoga instructor, Kai Ooi gets candid about her journey through her chosen STEM field of bioengineering. She discusses how she prioritized her education over her soccer career back when she was a student at Seattle University.
 
Joseph DeRisi Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub; Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, UC San Francisco Stephen Quake Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub; Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, Stanford This program was recorded in front of a live audience at The Commonwealth Club of California on September 25, 2017.…
 
Joseph DeRisi Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub; Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, UC San Francisco Stephen Quake Co-President, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub; Professor of Bioengineering and Applied Physics, Stanford This program was recorded in front of a live audience at The Commonwealth Club of California on September 25, 2017.…
 
Bonus Episode 3: Molly Sheehan, a Bioengineer Who Will Change the DNA of Congress is She Wins in the Heavily Gerrymandered Pennsylvania 7th Congressional District.Let us know what you think at (202) 681-2274!Hosts/Guests:Michael HamMolly Sheehanhttp://facebook.com/partyofreasonandprogresshttps://www.facebook.com/politicswithinreason/@theOfficia ...…
 
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The World Transformed
 
Bestselling author PJ Manney joins Phil and Stephen for part one of a three-part interview discussing her new novel (ID)entity. In the guise of political revolutionary Thomas Paine, bioengineer Peter Bernhardt brought down the corrupt and powerful Phoenix Club—and then turned revolution into evolution by becoming the first artificial human inte ...…
 
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Research in Action | A podcast for faculty & higher education professionals on research design, methods, productivity & more
 
Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-11:06]: Ehren's New Book Project on Bioengineering To share feedback about this podcast episode, ask questions that could be featured in a future episode, or to share research-related resources, contact the “Research in Action” podcast: Twitter: @RIA_podcast or #RIA_podcast Email: riapodcast@oregonstate.edu Voicemail: 541-7 ...…
 
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Research in Action | A podcast for faculty & higher education professionals on research design, methods, productivity & more
 
On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder, an Assistant Professor at Oregon State University, where he teaches courses in rhetoric, new media, and technical and science writing. He has a a PhD in rhetoric and composition, with a focus in technical writing, from Purdue University, an MA from Case Western Reserve University ...…
 
Debra shares her life as a grant-writing postdoc and her current path toward a research-focused faculty position. She explains how her cognitive neuroscience and bioengineering backgrounds prepared her for the autism research she does now at Stanford University. She tells us it's important to be visible as a black female neuroscientist, why div ...…
 
"Do or Do Not - There Is No Try" Show Notes What is your background? Bio-engineering/Signal Analysis, Teaching Why did you decide the time is right to do a bootcamp? Wanted something more challenging than teaching/more corporate experience How did you decide on this particular bootcamp? Intensity!! Safe space, smart women What was the applicati ...…
 
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Engineering at Illinois
 
Cast 21 is revolutionizing the future of bone mobilizations. Instead of a traditional cast of cloth and plaster for a fracture in an arm or leg, the company has introduced a brace with a netted structure. It is breathable and washable and allows for easy access to the area for cleaning. Ashley Moy, Cast 21 CEO and recent Illinois graduate in bi ...…
 
Technosphärenklänge #3 presents the third installment of the series for intermedial sound projects conceived in cooperation with the CTM Festival which operate at the interface between art and technoscience. Lectures and talks developed together with the Art Laboratory Berlin explain the technological and scientific foundations and discuss the ...…
 
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Terrifying Robot Dog
 
Bioengineering an immunity to cancer. Bouncer Cells INTRO Hello and welcome to Terrifying Robot Dog! I'm Jonathan Stark - and I'm Kelli Shaver - and we are here to talk about how technology is changing the way we interact with the world. This week we talk about bioengineering and immunity to cancer. Please stay tuned, Terrifying Robot Dog is ne ...…
 
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Bad Movie Night Podcast
 
In this episode of the Bad Movie Night Podcast, the gang review the 1993 horror movie Carnosaur! For our video show and other episodes please visit www.Bad-Movie-Night.com Film: Carnosaur Plot: A genetically manipulated and very hungry dinosaur escapes from a bioengineering company and reeks havoc on the local desert town. Director: Adam Simon, ...…
 
How does sci-fi portray synthetic biology? What are our favorite books, movies, TV shows, and video games featuring strong bioengineering themes? How does society deal with its anxieties about biological engineering through science fiction? We answer these questions and more with our guests James Kath and Andrew Hunt in a roundtable discussion. ...…
 
It's OFFICIAL!!! Our union has survived another Independence Day, but we must never take it for granted. Ross and Chris wrap up what has been the most active news cycle in history with a final salute to the FAKE NEWS disaster and ask the question: Is preparation even necessary at this point?Is mankind attempting to play God? Special guest Artur ...…
 
Season Two has arrived, and with it a brand new cast! Missed Season One? That's fine, this story takes place with no need for you to be famaliar with anything that happend in Season One. In Season One we encountered Emperors, Dragons, Liches, and much more! Now watch as we change from a world of exclusive fantasy, to a world that combines fanta ...…
 
Trailblazers is a actual-play podcast but it's so much more than just the recording of a bunch of guys playing a tabletop RPG. It's edited and produced to reflect something more akin to a TV show or an audio-drama. Join us as we encounter Emperors, Dragons, Liches, and much more! Note that you're about to listen to the first few episodes of thi ...…
 
Jon: Welcome to episode 213 of The Digital Life, a show about our insights into the future of design and technology. I’m sure host, Jon Follett and with me is founder and co-host, Dirk Knemeyer. Dirk: Greetings listeners. Jon: Today, we’re joined on the podcast by special guest, Nic Hogan. Nic is a computational designer [...]…
 
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Cultures of Energy
 
Cymene and Dominic talk drone dreams, disappearing glaciers and boring sagas and then (13:07) the wonderful Sophia Roosth (Harvard, History of Science) joins the pod to talk about, among other things, her excellent new book, Synthetic: How Life Got Made (U Chicago Press, 2017). We begin with synthetic biology, where it came from and what counts ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 Naked Scientist
 
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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