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Best Engineers Australia podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Engineers Australia podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A regular news and information show featuring by leading Australian immigration lawyer David Bongiorno discussing the latest news and updates about migration to Australia with co-host Grant and answering listener questions about specific visa and immigration issues. This podcast is all about Australian Immigration Law, Policy, and Practice. Visit us at our website www.migratingtoaustraliapodcast.com for access to the show notes and other helpful information related to each Podcast. You can a ...
 
Welcome to a New Dawn of Engineering Challenges. If you are concerned or interested about the current and future life as an engineer, then this Podcast is for you. We look closely at what it means in today's society to be an engineer, and we discuss some challenges our guests are facing or working on. Every Friday, Mel & Dom share a discussion they've had with an engineer. They will talk about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. Engineers Australia is proud to ...
 
Good Game: Spawn Point (GGSP) is the show for gamers, by gamers. Hosted by Gem, Goose, Rad, and assisted by D.A.R.R.E.N., GGSP is your daily destination for the latest game reviews, gaming news, let's plays, live stream playthroughs, and stories on gaming culture, coding, and the hottest tech. Video games are changing the world, so let us be your guide. Oh, and remember... Be nice, have fun, and keep gaming!
 
Young experts binge thinking on their careers, the issues they face, their lived experience of the intergenerational divide, and their philosophies and politics. Join us each fortnight as we think out aloud on this millennial life. We binge news and current affairs, working life, identity politics, political politics, personal philosophies, relationships and everything else. Get on board and get on our level.
 
Have you heard of a renovator broker? Ever wanted to know about rug manufacture and design? Need help finding a designer? Monique Sartor - owner of Sydney based interior design business, @sartorialinteriors - loves the interior design industry here in Australia and loves finding out the stories behind the brands and the products and the creative people that inspires our own styling at home. All About Interiors is a podcast of conversations with fascinating people from all aspects of the inte ...
 
The WP Bosses Show exists to build and strengthen the WordPress community within Australia. We'll bring you interviews with Aussie WordPress Designers, Developers, Builders, Users, Hackers, Preachers and probably more. We'll let you know of all the WordPress Meetups happening around the country, and share some home-grown plugins and services for you to check out.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
The Institute for Future Environments (IFE) is a transdisciplinary research and innovation institute at QUT that brings together researchers and students to collaborate on large-scale projects relating to our natural, built and digital environments. The IFE generates knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient. Transcripts of IFE podcasts are available upon request.
 
Talking PFAS contamination with those who live on or near it; with a wide range of experts who study PFAS and its health effects; with those who have worked with this toxic chemical; with those who are trying to remove it from the environment & people, and with the politicians and Government who have the power to fix this problem
 
‎~*(((S*U*M*O)))*~ is Society Underground MuZiQue OrganiZation International(Australia*Brazil*Barbados*Cuba*Canada*Denmark*Jamaica*Japan*Haiti*Italy*Mexico*Norway*Panama*Spain*Trinidad*USA*United Kingdom*South Africa & Switzerland)est 1984.Sincerely Lyndon BNP Menard Founder of SUMOrg International & S*U*M*O Rec(est 1984)r
 
Garden of Sound is an interview based music programme with each week’s guest asked about composition, production, performance and their musical influences. The interview subjects are drawn from in and around Christchurch, New Zealand and include emerging and established musicians; producers, mixers and engineers; music teachers, conductors and band leaders; music publicists and high profile artists with roots in Canterbury. The programme is presented and produced by Ian Turner, a Christchurc ...
 
In the world of celebrity mummy bloggers, the voice of the Dad often goes unheard. Dads know stuff too, right? Or do they? Dads Don't Know takes you deep into the minds of fathers, to get their insights and real perspectives on all facets of parenting. With discussions ranging from child birth, to raising toddlers, education and much more, it is more than likely you will be shocked, appalled and perhaps offended by the revelations. The team at Dads Don't Know also believe that producers of c ...
 
Aria Digital Bookings : bram@omega-artists.com Biography With a musical career spanning almost 2 decades and a Production discography that any A-list Electronic music producer would be proud of it’s no surprise that David Forbes is known as one of the UK’s most respected and versatile producers of our time. Armin Van Buuren. David is one of the most diverse and consistent producers out there. That's a rare find these days. Starting his career in the early Electronic music days David’s experi ...
 
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Alex Kingsbury spoke to Engineering Heroes about the Australian manufacturing industry. She discusses that the industry is going through a transformation and asks the real question - what kind of manufacturing should Australia be doing? Australia needs to be able to compete on value, not on cost. If you could sum up where the future of manufacturin…
 
Something totally different today for you! A walk through of the case for skills-based Permanent Migration with a couple from the United Kingdom. Amanda Younes reached out to us, via the Migrating To Australia Podcast website, and that contact resulted in a discussion with David, walking through the situation of herself and partner, Liam, and the w…
 
The Serbian government has ruled against imposing a new lockdown in Belgrade but has banned public gatherings of more than 10 people following two days of violent protests. The decision to refrain from another lockdown, such as the one that was in force in the Serbian capital during March and April, was made after “a very long session” of the gover…
 
Dermatologist and immunologist Louis Falo has created an innovative delivery method for vaccines that also has cancer treatment applications in the form of a skin patch with a microneedle array. He describes for listeners How this reaches the dermis skin layer through dissolvable microneedles, Why this skin layer, replete with antigen-presenting ce…
 
Quibi, the short-form streaming platform billed as the next big thing in online media, lost a whopping 92 percent of users who signed up for a free three-month trial, according to newly released data. The platform – which takes its name from its primary offering of ‘quick’ and ‘bite-sized’ short-form videos – launched in April this year and was her…
 
Violent clashes that rocked Belgrade and other cities this week were “carefully prepared,” and are aimed at seizing power and igniting a civil war in Serbia, the Balkan country’s defense minister has alleged. What started as a demonstration against the government-planned curfew over the coronavirus eventually got out of hand and snowballed into mas…
 
A military truck transporting unexploded munitions, from the site of a blast at a fireworks factory in Turkey last week, exploded itself on Thursday, killing three people and injuring six others. The fireworks and unexploded munitions were being transported to a quarry to be destroyed, but when the truck reached its destination some of the firework…
 
In March and April, Guayaquil in Ecuador was the epicentre of the Covid pandemic in Latin America. The city’s health services began to collapse fast – hospitals, cemeteries and morgues were overwhelmed. As the bodies of the dead were not collected, hundreds of desperate families kept the remains of their loved ones at home, or deposited them on the…
 
While “clanking” about rejecting foreign interference, Australia is meddling in China’s affairs itself by halting an extradition treaty with Hong Kong and offering its residents a safe haven, Beijing’s embassy stated. Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s government announced earlier on Thursday that it will grant Hongkongers a five-year visa extension a…
 
Vikas Dubey, a notorious gangster behind a string of murders, kidnappings, and extortions, was arrested by Madhya Pradesh Police after massacring 8 cops in an ambush and spending days on the run. Dubey was apprehended after visiting a temple in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. A shopkeeper happened to recognize the most-wanted man – who was peacefully b…
 
Moscow and Ankara are discussing ways to reach a ceasefire in Libya, but one of the warring sides – the GNA in Tripoli – is not on board, instead it’s counting on winning militarily, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said. Lavrov noted that the other side, Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) “is ready to sign a document on the immediat…
 
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria relied on unverifiable third-hand sources and is obsessed with blaming Damascus, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said after the Syrian government was accused of ‘war crimes’ in Idlib. “This so-called independent commission uses facts drawn from social networks and from some sources that have asked to rem…
 
Sheikh Waseem Bari, a regional leader of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP party, has been shot dead in the disputed land of Kashmir. Bari’s brother and father were also gunned down, with police blaming “terrorists.” Militants opened fire on Bari outside his shop in Bandipora, North Kashmir, on Tuesday evening. Bari, along with his brother …
 
The riots in Belgrade on Tuesday were “political violence,” influenced from abroad, which had little to do with the public’s anger over planned anti-coronavirus measures, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said. Hundreds of people clashed with police and stormed the National Assembly building several hours after it was announced that a curfew will …
 
Supermodel Bella Hadid has called out Instagram, after it deleted a post honoring her father “and his birthplace of Palestine.” The Facebook-owned company said the post broke its community guidelines, but Hadid wasn’t satisfied. Hadid shared a photo of her father’s expired American passport on Tuesday, which lists his place of birth as “Palestine.”…
 
Lithuania has followed its neighbor Latvia’s lead to ban five RT channels based on “recommendations” from the country’s Foreign Ministry, but offered the same bogus and bizarre excuse for the decision. Indeed, officials in Vilnius were no more creative with their reasoning for the ban than those in Riga last month, as they came up with the same fau…
 
Yael David utilizes chemistry and biology in her approach to understanding the impact of environmental factors on epigenetic structures and mechanism and how they in turn affect our DNA. In this podcast, she explains Multiple layers of epigenetic effects on genes from high to low resolution, The different approaches in understanding what determines…
 
Intelligent, Autonomous robots have long been the dream of science fiction with shows and movies alike showing robots interacting and working with humans. However, despite this dream the current reality of robots is quite different. In this podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer share the current state of robotics, dig into why many robotic…
 
Authorities in Catalonia, Spain are set to announce the obligatory wearing of masks in public following a resurgence of coronavirus in the region which precipitated a secondary lockdown of some 200,000 people. The proposal is expected to be confirmed on Wednesday afternoon and will take effect on Thursday, said Quim Torra, president of Catalonia’s …
 
Royal Society president Venki Ramakrishnan urged everyone to wear facemasks as the “new normal” until the coronavirus disappears, comparing the refusal to do so with antisocial behaviors like driving without seatbelts or drunk. No one should leave their home without a face covering in their possession, and they should be worn “particularly indoors …
 
A new wave of panic buying has hit Melbourne, with major queues lining up outside supermarkets after local authorities announced the reintroduction of stricter anti-coronavirus measures – that don’t actually prohibit shopping. The stage three lockdown measures will return to metropolitan Melbourne and areas north of the city starting on Wednesday, …
 
Kenneth & Blaire Mossman Professor of Microbiology, Steven W. Wilhelm, joins the show to talk about cyanobacteria, the problems presented by blue-green algae blooms, and the research he’s conducting in the lab. In this episode, you’ll learn: What the difference is between a blue-green algal bloom and a “dead zone” Why the switch from ammonium nitra…
 
Deutsche Bank has said it will pay $150 million as part of a settlement with New York regulators, after being accused of violating anti-money laundering rules in its relations with the late disgraced tycoon Jeffrey Epstein. The bank “failed to properly monitor account activity conducted on behalf of the registered sex offender,” the New York State …
 
New findings show that when stars die they gently sprinkle chemical-rich ashes throughout the cosmos. The revelation helps to explain how the element carbon arrived in the Milky Way. The study, published in Nature Astronomy on Monday, revealed that the final breaths of white dwarfs pollinate space with their element-rich-ashes via stellar winds, sp…
 
Chief Scientific Officer at Distributed Bio, Sawsan Youssef, joins the show to discuss her work at this unique company, and why it might hold promise for treating the COVID-19 virus and other medical conditions. In this episode, you will learn: What an antibody is, and how antibody therapeutics are developed How antibody therapy might prevent the C…
 
At least 21 people have died and 15 have been left seriously injured after a bus carrying high school students veered off a road, broke through a guardrail and sank into a reservoir in southwest China. The horrific incident happened at approximately noon local time in Anshun, in southwest China's Guizhou Province. The exact number of passengers on …
 
The reported outbreak of bubonic plague in Mongolia and China is not considered to pose a high risk, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said, adding that it is closely monitoring the situation. The disease, notorious for devastating large parts of Europe, the Middle East and Asia throughout history, has been recently detected in Mongolia and h…
 
Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry has been forced to issue a Twitter apology amid ferocious backlash after she revealed should was considering an upcoming film role as a transgender man. In a Friday Instagram Live interview with hair stylist Christin Brown, in which the pair discussed whether Berry would ever wear her hair short again, the Oscar-wi…
 
Alteryx workflows are already fast, but the new architecture behind the Alteryx Engine, Alteryx Multi-threaded Processing (AMP), takes data processing performance to a whole new level. Sr. Manager of Community Content, Neil Ryan, sat down with Principle Engineer, Adam Riley, for a peek behind the curtain of the AMP development process, and a chat a…
 
Russian biathlete Olga Zaitseva and two other athletes have filed a defamation lawsuit against Grigory Rodchenkov – a disgraced doctor-turned key witness in the Russian doping scandal – saying he made up the whole story. Zaitseva, a two-time Olympic champion, was stripped of her Sochi 2014 Olympic silver and banned for life, along with more than 40…
 
If Turkey decides to convert Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia, now a museum and originally a Byzantine Christian church, into an active mosque, this could sow discord between Christians and Muslims, the Russian Orthodox Church has warned. “A threat to Hagia Sophia is a threat to the entire Christian civilization,” Patriarch Kirill, the head of the Russian O…
 
Hong Kong officials have shed more light on the city’s new national security legislation, which provides local law enforcement with additional powers to counter secessionism and terrorism. The government of Hong Kong released details on China’s new legislation on Monday. The national security law was formally approved by Beijing last week, and has …
 
Microsoft is planning a July 23 showcase to highlight new titles for its upcoming console, the Xbox Series X. Last time, the Xbox One had less than half the number of exclusives of its PS4 counterpart, will this run be different? Owner of 15 game studios – all of which are working on a new title – Microsoft’s showcase announcement will bring hope t…
 
Facebook and its WhatsApp messenger have suspended the processing of law enforcement requests for the data of users from Hong Kong. Both cite concerns over “human rights” in the wake of the new Chinese national security law. WhatsApp has “paused” the processing of reviews “pending further assessment of the impact of the National Security Law, inclu…
 
A nationwide study in Spain has found that, despite being one of the hardest-hit European nations, just 5 percent of the population has coronavirus antibodies, dispelling any hopes of herd immunity in the near future. The research, published in the widely respected medical journal The Lancet, began in April and included some 61,000 participants fro…
 
China and India have moved their soldiers away from the site of a deadly June skirmish along the disputed border in the Himalayas, reports say. The news comes a day after senior officials agreed to expedite mutual disengagement. Chinese soldiers have moved their tents and other structures away from the site of the bloody melee in the Galwan River v…
 
Associate Professor Michelle Power discusses her expertise in the study of host-parasite associations in wildlife, with particular emphasis on protozoan parasites. Tune in to discover: What differentiates the two main classes of resistant bacteria and why this has important implications for humans, and potentially wildlife Why it is important to th…
 
American warships undermine peace and stability in the South China Sea, the Chinese Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson says. The US Navy earlier deployed two aircraft carriers on a training mission in the region. The US Navy deliberately sent its warships to “flex its muscles,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian told reporters. The acti…
 
The border between Australia’s two most populous states, Victoria and New South Wales, will be shut down for the first time in 100 years as authorities rush to battle new Covid-19 hotspots. The border will be closed from midnight on Tuesday, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said. He told reporters that the closure will be enforced on the New South W…
 
Italian composer Ennio Morricone, the mastermind behind many iconic Spaghetti Western soundtracks, has died following complications from a fall at the age of 91. He died in Rome after suffering complications from a fall last week in which he reportedly broke his femur. The composer and conductor wrote the music for over 500 films throughout his ill…
 
Israel is currently in a “state of emergency,” in the wake of the alarmingly high number of new coronavirus cases, PM Benjamin Netanyahu has said. The country has smashed past the 10,000 active cases mark and the growth continues. Speaking during the weekly cabinet meeting on Sunday, Netanyahu called on the country’s legislators to work faster on a…
 
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