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Chemical & Engineering News Webinars are thought provoking hour long presentations that support C&EN's mission to provide news and analysis of the chemistry enterprise in a timely, accurate, and balanced fashion. The webinars cover new developments in technology in the chemical, pharmaceutical, life science, and instrumentation industries.
 
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Exploring The Well
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Blake, Scott, and Matt Host and Talk of Scientific Issues, Breakthroughs, and News. One a Physicist and Aerospace Engineer, one with a Ph. D in Chemical Engineering, and one Science Lover in The Film Industry. Science Talk With No Limits
 
A science podcast from Chemical and Engineering News featuring fascinating, weird and otherwise interesting chemistry topics from the American Chemical Society's flagship news publication.
 
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Engineering
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RMIT teaching programs include the following disciplines:Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringCivil, Environmental and Chemical EngineeringElectrical and Computer Engineering
 
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Validating DeSantis
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A discussion for biotech and pharmaceutical engineering professionals
 
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Neutrium
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Neutrium is a knowledge base of engineering topics, centred mainly around chemical engineering design challenges faced by engineers in their daily work. We created Neutrium to bridge the gap between theory and practice.
 
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Earthwise
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Every Earthwise programme features a discussion on conservation, environment or peace with justice. The interview might be with a local Cantabrian, with someone in a different part of the country, or a distinguished person from overseas.Broadcast on the first and third Monday evening at 9pm repeated the following Wednesday at 9:30am.The choice of topics varies considerably. Earthwise hopes that people who are especially interested in conservation will also find peace with justice issues inte ...
 
The STEMinine podcast is hosted by Jessica Droujko (mechanical engineer), Victoria Morad (chemist) and Elisabeth Nilsson (chemical engineer). This podcast is going to be a discussion around everything that affects women in STEM fields. It will also be hosting interviews with women in STEM and it will be hosting the #AskAnEngineer show and the #AskVika show (where you ask a question and we try to answer it).
 
This comedic approach to science endeavors to de-mystify science and technology for the average listener. Budding stand-up comedy stars, Georgia Tech Professors Pete Ludovice (Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering) and Bill Hunt (Electrical and Computer Engineering) will host the show every Saturday morning from 9-10am.
 
“Doc” E.E. Smith pretty much invented the space opera genre, and Triplanetary is a good and well-known example. Physics, time, and politics never stand in the way of a plot that gallops ahead without letup. Having earned a PhD in chemical engineering, it’s understandable that the heroes of Smith’s story are all scientists. He didn’t want to be constrained by the limits of known science, however, so in his hands the electromagnetic spectrum becomes a raw material to be molded into ever-more a ...
 
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They swapped their chemical engineering degrees to start a social enterprise. Steve Paolasini and Husam Al-rameeni are two of the funniest founders I've had the opportunity to interview. They weren't afraid to get real about the people who challenged them and supported them on their mission. They shared their strategy on getting resourceful whe ...…
 
In the conclusion of our 2-part podcast, Meta Keijzer-de Ruijter and Jim Cooper discuss what analytics can and should be measured in eLearning. Meta Keijzer-de Ruijter graduated from the faculty of chemical engineering at TU Delft in 1992. After working in the chemical industry for several years she studied corporate education at FCE. In 2004 s ...…
 
Manure research at the University of Nebraska has shown to be beneficial both for the soil and environment as well as economically valuable to the producer by providing nutrients found in industrial chemical fertilizers. Rick Koelsch, Nebraska Extension Livestock Bioenvironmental Engineer.
 
This is the first episode of the Foundation’s 2018 Doing a World of Good podcast series features Kelly Barb and John Cirucci, co-chairs of AIChE's Global Social Initiatives Committee, a working group dedicated to promoting volunteerism and social action within the organization.In the podcast, Kelly and John talk about their own experiences with ...…
 
Season 2, Episode 18 Many people who want to move forward say, “leave the past behind.” But according to Dr. Bruce Goldstein, that’s just not how our brains work. Dr. Goldstein is back to discuss the connection our minds make between our past and our predictions, how we form constructions, and how similar areas of the brain light up when it com ...…
 
Episode Content: Rita's start in Materials Engineering at MIT, her transition into the space research world Her work at Westinghouse in their fuel fabrication facility Scouting "Game Changing" technologies across robotics, advanced reactors, advanced chemical engineering, advanced manufacturing, digital instrumentation and control How her exper ...…
 
In Episode Eight of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg notes the bitter historical irony: In April of 1937, the aerial bombardment of the Spanish town of Guernica by the Nazi Luftwaffe shocked the world. Today, what happened there is a near-daily occurance in Syria (as well as Yemen and elsewhere around the world), and we are so inured to ...…
 
An energy project today might be the development of a car battery that will run an electric car for 200 miles; the placement of wind turbines in an open field; or the construction of an oil refinery that can process half a million barrels a day. For organizations seeking to restructure energy resources and delivery, options abound. More than a ...…
 
In this Episode, we have some interesting comedy/funny news things happening in the world, including strippers (it's not what you think), some hobos (we have some explaining to do), and flat-earthers, which is not a Marvel thing. Honch has never talked about anything in life that has been serious. He talks about 'Bar' a company that makes autom ...…
 
Captured image via The Guardian. new to this series? Please make sure to go back to the BEGINNING with part 1. you can find all of the operation iraqi freedom journal entries under the 'my life so far' category In this installment I share my original journal entries from the first half of April 2003, along with comments to clarify my original n ...…
 
Our blog is up and running!! podcast.studententreprenuer.com and there is a lot of interesting material on our facebook page as well https://www.facebook.com/studententreprenuers/ check it out, like share and follow! Oh by the way! check out Mr swiss on instagram @swiss_fotography_
 
Published on 01 Nov 2016. Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you the next episode of...The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.About the Episode: This episod ...…
 
Use these Buttons to Subscribe and leave reviews on iTunes and Stitcher! Sarah studied Chemical Engineering while in college, transitioned around, and eventually made the plunge to move to New […]
 
Toilets in the US haven't changed much since the 1930's but change is on the horizon. Advancements in toilet technology will make us healthier, reduce the amount of time we spend cleaning, and even make deep space exploration possible. Find out how on this week's episode of Hang Your Hat. Show Transcript: Hi, I’m Amy, and this is Hang Your Hat, ...…
 
Briana talks with Carl Haney about his path from Chemical Engineering to becoming an Executive Vice President at Estee Lauder.
 
Lance Neagle discusses his choice to both leave Oklahoma and come back. We talk about some of our college experiences. He shares that while he doesn’t work as a chemical engineer or attorney, his background helped him develop both sides of the brain and how our unique pathways and experience help us in our current roles and careers. There is a ...…
 
Saudi Arabia To Allow Flights To Israel Overhead For the first time in history, Saudi Arabia is allowing flights headed to Israel to fly over its airspace. This is the first real example of warming ties between Saudi Arabia and Israel. Israeli Man Stabbed In Gush Etzion A 34 year-old Israeli man was stabbed in Gush Etzion by a 19 year-old Pales ...…
 
Robert F. Smith Chairman and CEO of Vista Equity Partners In 2015 Forbes magazine ranked Robert Smith as the wealthiest African-Americans in America being worth more than 3.3 billion dollars. Born in December 1, 1962 Denver, CO. Both of Robert's parents were educators and earned their PhDs. They lived in a middle class neighborhood in Denver wh ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Crypto Token Talk, a “Crypto 101” podcast exploring how blockchain technology applications could change the world. Today, Byron Yee joins us to dive into Bitcoin at an entry level. Byron has an incredible way of telling stories to introduce people to Bitcoin, and has been involved in the crypto space since 2013. ...…
 
In this inaugural episode of Computing Across Disciplines, we talk with Steve Furber, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Manchester. He’s probably most well known for designing the ARM ...…
 
Author : Julie C. Day Narrator : Lisa Hicks Host : Setsu Uzume Audio Producer : Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Previous published in Interzone 271. Rated PG-13. Take cover: contains more than 5 F-bombs. Sarnai I sit at my kitchen table and watch as my soon-to-be ex-husband, David, assembles cardboard boxes and labels each one in neat block letter ...…
 
David Riklan is the founder of SelfGrowth.com, the biggest self improvement site online. Right out of college David went to work for Hewlett Packard, the company sent him to an effective communications course by Dale Carnegie that left such an impact on him he asked the company to send him to the course twice. When the internet came around Davi ...…
 
Kevin has over 15 years of experience in pharmaceutical development and managing partnerships throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. He has a proven track record on evaluating, attaining, and developing new technologies that improve the development cycle, he developed the financial and technical justifications for Vertex’s continuous proce ...…
 
A modern farm has hundreds of sensors to monitor the soil health, and robotic machinery to reap the vegetables. A modern shipping yard has hundreds of computers working together to orchestrate and analyze the freight that is coming in from overseas. A modern factory has temperature gauges and smart security cameras to ensure workplace safety. A ...…
 
S-50 (Manhattan Project)Jump to: navigation , searchThermal Diffusion Process Building at S-50. The building in the background with the smokestacks ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-50_(Manhattan_Project) Manhattan Project enriched uranium liquid thermal diffusion World War II Philip H. Abelson United States Naval Research Laboratory United S ...…
 
When it comes to Spa and Wellness education, Patty’s guest on this episode of RadioAMB, is an expert. Meet National Educator for Universal Companies, Anita Lumpkin. broadcasting from Manhattan Beach and the World Wide Web you’re listening to CHS our healthy life dotnet as a service to our listeners this program is for general information and en ...…
 
Eat Plants and Thrive Founder Vince Rountree on the Buckhead Business ShowVince Rountree, FounderEat Plants and ThriveGuest BIO:Vince Rountree is passionate about helping people with diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol to reduce their dependency on medication or get them off of meds completely. How can he do that? Vince runs a bu ...…
 
Sarah Elliott, CPA, ACC, who was named one of 2017’s Most Powerful Women in Accounting by CPA Practice Advisor, joined us for this episode of Life In Accounting: The Where Accountants Go podcast to discuss what can happen when you dare to dream. When the Shoe Fits….and the Hard Hat Doesn’t Sarah studied Chemical Engineering in school, but after ...…
 
Afeez welcomes Paul Martin as a guest on this episode of It's Electric! Paul is passionate and extremely knowledgeable about electric vehicles, and electrification in general, and doesn't even work within the EV industry! He's a chemical engineer from Toronto, Canada. He's been passionate about the need to transition away from fossil fuels sinc ...…
 
Ivan Williams is a partner and Scenario’s executive vice president of finance. After a successful career as a senior business leader at major energy companies (ARCO and BP), he has been active starting up a media technology company, and executive producing feature films, Broadway musicals, musical recordings, theatrical plays, and Web tv shows. ...…
 
Brian K. Fung, PharmD, BCPS is a Medication Management Informaticist at an academic medical center in Rochester, MN and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Florida, College of Pharmacy. He received his B.S. in Human Nutrition and PharmD from the University of Florida and is currently pursuing his MPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloom ...…
 
When Dr. Eve Crane was just five years old, her father became gravely ill with what was eventually diagnosed as an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis. It eventually rendered him a quadriplegic and tragically led to his early passing. It was during this period Eve made up her mind that she was going to grow up and dedicate her life to finding ...…
 
Jonathan R. Latham, PhD is co-founder and Executive Director of the Bioscience Resource Project and the Editor of Independent Science News. Dr. Latham holds a Masters degree in Crop Genetics and a PhD in Virology. He was subsequently a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Genetics, University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has publis ...…
 
In this highly informative podcast, Dale shares with us how he helps companies really “soar,” something he has done over and over again for his own and his clients' businesses. Founder of 35 hi-tech companies (for which he helped raise $500 million in capital) and master of 20+ technology license deals, Dale explains the secrets to his success ...…
 
Summary What do chemical engineering and the culinary arts have in common? The answer is Mrs. Dornbergs Culinary Experience in Highland, Indiana. Cheryl Dornberg takes her Chemical Engineering background and applies it to cooking at her culinary school. She says that food is a big science experiment, and she wants you to come learn with her so ...…
 
Vice President Customer Assurance for Comcast Dana Wilson joins us and shares that very early on in her life she had a love of math science and engineering. She went to Drexel University and majored in chemical engineering. She graduated and became a process engineer at Philadelphia Gas Works. And it was there that she realized that in any new ...…
 
Vice President Customer Assurance for Comcast Dana Wilson joins us and shares that very early on in her life she had a love of math science and engineering. She went to Drexel University and majored in chemical engineering. She graduated and became a process engineer at Philadelphia Gas Works. And it was there that she realized that in any new ...…
 
Syllabus: coffee, chemistry, chemical engineering, atmospheric science, aerosol, The NYC. It’s Joe Woo, a good guy, a gifted teacher, and a lifelong New Yorker but for these past three years at Lafayette. I had a poppy seed bagel the other day and then a lemon poppy seed muffin today. It’s like all we’re doing anymore is poppy seeds and we’re o ...…
 
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