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Rossin Connection is a podcast about all things Lehigh engineering, and comes to you from the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science at Lehigh University. It’s a show for students, alumni, faculty, and staff—current, former, and future—and for anyone interested in the many creative ways that engineers are solving the world’s problems.
 
This is the podcast of Dr. Anil K Rajvanshi (https://nariphaltan.org/shortbio.pdf). He is currently the Director and Hon. Secretary of Nimbkar Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) (https://nariphaltan.org). He has more than 43 years of experience in renewable energy R&D and rural development. He did his B.Tech and M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from I.I.T. Kanpur in 1972 and 1974 respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Mech. Engg. from University of Florida, Gainesville, USA in 1979. He w ...
 
The Baylor College of Medicine Resonance Podcast is a student-run podcast aimed at showcasing the science at Baylor through the eyes of young professionals. Each episode is written and recorded by students who have a passion for research and the medical community. Guests on the show include both clinical and basic science research faculty who are experts in their fields. We hope that whoever listens in gains new insight into the exciting world of biomedical research.
 
SoundBytes is the official podcast of Texas A&M Engineering where faculty, students and staff share their passions, experience and expertise. Giving a voice to the happenings throughout the engineering program, episodes showcase impactful research, career advice and outstanding student stories. So, go ahead - hit that play button! Do you have a story to tell? Message engineeringsoundbytes@tamu.edu to let us know!
 
As one of the world’s top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, reimagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world. We solve the world’s greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. Leading the innovation of virtual reality. Designing electronic tattoos to treat seizures. Building safer global water systems. Converting algae to biofuel. Exploring fusi ...
 
Welcome to life at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. Classes, student organizations, faculty, research, hands-on projects, and don't forget our social lives outside of class - its all up for discussion with regular appearances and interviews with special guests. Viterbi Voices: The Podcast is hosted by Paul Ledesma (Executive Director, Undergraduate Admission) and current student Maya Neuenschwander (Industrial & Systems Engineering, Class of 2024).
 
The David B. Abernethy Emeriti/ae Lecture Series: Autobiographical Reflections features distinguished senior faculty members speaking about their lives, careers, and inspirations. Speakers reflect a wide range of teaching and research fields at Stanford, including the arts, humanities, social sciences, education, business, law, engineering, sciences, and medicine.
 
ECE Tech Talk is excited to offer you scintillating conversations with incredible people from the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. We aim to bring the department closer together and humanize the faculty members. Hosted by Dhwan Wanjara and Mayank Hirani
 
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An interview program hosted by UD Information Technologies that airs Thursdays at 8:30 a.m. on WVUD, 91.3 FM, Newark, DE, the listener-supported voice of the University of Delaware. Featured guests include UD faculty, staff, and students, talking about their research, teaching, service projects, and other interests. (Occasional guests to campus, too!)
 
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BIOS Podcast brings together cutting-edge insights from Life Science industry leaders at the forefront of innovation. Join us in hearing from Founders, Investors, Professors, & Pharma operating at the intersection of Technology & Biology. By Alix Ventures: Driving Patient Impact - Supporting early stage Life Science startups engineering biology to drive radical advances in human health. Learn more @ BIOS.community / Alix.vc __________________________________ Alix Ventures, by way of BIOS Com ...
 
Make the Future - Ottawa's Tech Podcast Join uOttawa’s Jacques Beauvais, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, as he connects with alumni, students, industry partners and researchers to explore the future of tech and innovation and how, through creativity and collaboration they can make the future. https://engineering.uottawa.ca/podcast
 
This is the Cannabis Science Podcast, a show dedicated entirely to answering your most salient questions about cannabis, it’s uses, preparations, products, and constituents using the most recent and proven scientific data from both industry and academic sources. Join Dr. Ricardo Rivera, a faculty member in the Department of Pharmacology at the University of British Columbia, and Dr. Macarena Cataldo, a chemical engineer and activist based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Together they wil ...
 
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Mayank Chaya, a well known journalist from Chicago interviewed Dr. Anil K Rajvanshi (https://nariphaltan.org/shortbio.pdf) on 4th August 2022 for South Asia Monitor. The interview covered wide area including renewable energy, R&D, innovation in India and role of Mahatma Gandhi in modern India. South Asia Monitor (https://southasiamonitor.org). With…
 
As professionals, our time is valuable. We don't want to waste it on useless meetings that are unproductive. Running a productive meeting is simple if well-planned. Taking the time to plan will please everyone involved and create a more dynamic and purposeful meeting. Tune in to learn simple techniques you can use to make your next meeting producti…
 
Dr. Mariam Hull is a pediatric neurologist with a fellowship in movement disorders. She has been with Baylor for residency, fellowship, and now as an attending physician. Today’s discussion will include her experience training at Baylor, the field of pediatric neurology, her research and the implications of Covid-19 on movement disorders, and her p…
 
Chances are, you’ve never given much (if any!) thought to the films that coat things like your phone charger. But without them–and without their exact dimensions of thickness and hardness–the technology we rely on every day would be useless. In this episode, associate professor Nick Strandwitz explains what he calls the “magic” of atomic layer depo…
 
Two colleagues at SETU from the School of Engineering, David Alarco and Natalie Romanyatova, joined Rob in the podcast studio to discuss additive manufacturing (3D printing), how it dovetails with computing and how it's changing the way "stuff" is made. They have a new course starting bout it too. More information about Additive Manufacturing Advan…
 
Transformation trends are based on emerging technologies being leveraged by businesses, whether in the private or public sector, to run more efficiently and improve their service delivery and operations. The field of systems engineering plays a role in this digital transformation. "People remain the most important assets. Fancy technologies and the…
 
Software is used in every aspect of our daily life. From the moment we wake up to the moment we go to sleep. Software is that invisible writing that connects us to ourselves and others and the world. Software is not just about a window or a page on the screen; it's about the interaction with hardware, and the contacts of users and environment. The …
 
Can we detect an excess of carbon in a field using equipment that already in place? Rob spoke with SETU academic Bernard Butler and his graduate student Thakshilla Wedage about their work in VistaMilk and using the physical properties of wireless signals to predict atmospheric conditions in a farming context. The speed of the terahertz signals they…
 
Lee Cooper is Senior Director of Venture Investments @ Leaps by Bayer, where he aims to contribute to new biotechnologies that enable patients and communities to live healthier lives. Lee is on the faculty of Dartmouth’s Thayer School of Engineering and teaches “The Ecosystem for Bio-Innovation.” Prior to joining Leaps, Lee was Entrepreneur-in-Resi…
 
Patrick Hsu is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at the University of California, Berkeley, and is a co-founder and core investigator at the Arc Institute. He is a pioneer of CRISPR technology. In his Lab at Berkeley, Patrick seeks to improve our understanding and ability to control genetic circuits for the advancement of human health. His a…
 
David Kaufman is a Partner @ Third Rock Ventures. Before joining TRV, he was Chief Medical Officer and head of translational development at the Bill and Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute (MRI). He helped establish the Gates MRI as a "nonprofit biotech," developing novel drugs and vaccines for tuberculosis, malaria, enteric diseases, neonatal…
 
Chris Garabedian is the Chairman & CEO of Xontogeny where he supports companies with cutting-edge technologies from early development through clinical proof of concept. Chris has decades of leadership experience in the biopharmaceutical industry. From 2011 to 2015, Chris led the turnaround of Sarepta Therapeutics as CEO. Prior to that, Chris served…
 
This is the podcast of the talk that Dr. Anil Rajvanshi (https://nariphaltan.org/shortbio.pdf) gave at the Annual TAAP convention held in Mumbai on 8th June 2022. The talk was organized by Tata Group. The Chairman of Tata Group Mr. Chandrasekaran together with Tata Sons board members and about 35-40 CEOs of the major Tata Companies like TCS, Tata M…
 
What place does religion have in video games? Why should developers be concerned with religion, theology or morality when creating games? Frank Bosman is a Dutch academic with Tilberg University who spoke with Rob about some of the larger ideas contained in video games and how they add depth to the gaming experience. Frank's book "Gaming and the Di…
 
A rerun of an episode we published a few years back - Rob sat down with some final year students who'd just completed their undergraduate degree. He asked them to reflect on their time studying in Waterford, highlight the areas of computing they liked most/least and also offer advice to their 1st year-selves. The students in the room were Ciaran Ma…
 
Most every driven professional comes to the same conclusion when it comes to learning, it must always be present. Life, as well as business, is steeped in the promise of change. Most everyone at a certain point realizes that change is necessary. Shahwar Amin '22, Learning and Performance Technology, realized this early on and has never looked back.…
 
StudyAtHome is a collection of eLearning courses approved by Universities across Europe where students can pick up extra credits in a variety of specialist computing courses, such as Data Ethics and Open Data, The Connected Car and Assistive Technologies Basics. Rob discussed the initiative with two of the computing academics involved: Brendan Jack…
 
To kick off a short season at the end of the academic year, Eamonn Deleastar and Siobhan Drohan joined Rob O'Connor in the studio to discuss issues around learning your second (or third!) programming language. They touched on the the programming language family tree, how tools and tech have changed over the years and identified some programming tre…
 
In this latest episode of UMBC's MIc'D Up podcast, we chat with graduate faculty, Mr. Quincy Wright, MBA, CCM, PMP, about the importance of operating in the professional world of engineering and project management through a lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We discuss various circumstances in the workforce environment that can be affected b…
 
In this episode, we hear from Dr. Niraj Mehta, founder of the Cupcake Man Project at Ben Taub, pioneer of the physician-led physical exam rounds for the Internal Medicine clerkship, and personal advocate for the importance of preserving human connection in medicine. Over the next hour, he will discuss his initiatives and share his wisdom on the pow…
 
The world of Biotechnology is transforming every day. Keeping up on the latest trends and research is a must for biotech professionals who want to create impact in an ever-changing landscape. Advancements in technology are happening quickly and creating vast opportunities for professionals seeking to develop or enhance their career in biotechnology…
 
On April 20, with an introduction by Professor Emeritus David Abernethy, Professor Emeritus William Durham presented a lively Abernethy Autobiographical Reflections lecture to Emeriti/ae at the Stanford Faculty Club. Durham’s lecture highlighted three widely distinct aspects of evolution from the biological, to the cultural, to the personal. First,…
 
One of the greatest feelings a professional can experience is knowing the work they put out in the world impacts the lives of others. Dvija Maurer '20, M.A. Instructional Systems Development, embarked on a journey of learning at UMBC to progress toward a career credential that allowed her the opportunity to learn and grow in her chosen field of wor…
 
A documentary tracing the 50+ years history of Waterford Institute of Technology, from its initial creation as Waterford Regional technical College in 1970, through to its re-designation as the South East Technological University in 2022. The documentary features a number of voices including: Caroline Corcoran; Willie Donnelly; Ray Griffin Sr & Ray…
 
In this episode, Mark speaks with Jevon and Victoria about the National Society of Black Engineers and their experience at the National Conference. We dive into the benefits of finding a community for Black students in engineering and career opportunities that NSBE offers!By USC Viterbi Undergraduate Admission
 
This is the podcast (in Hindi) of All India Radio interview of Dr. Anil K Rajvanshi conducted by Shri Sachin Prabhune of AIR, Satara on 20th April 2022. The broadcast was done firstly from Satara station on 26th April and nationwide broadcast on 22nd May 2022. This broadcast forms a two part series on the life and work of Dr. Anil K Rajvanshi (http…
 
As a kid growing up in Amman, Jordan, Karmel Shehadeh knew she wanted to one day be a professor and a researcher. Today, she is an assistant professor in the department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. And at the end of her faculty profile, she includes an unusual line. It’s not a sentiment you typically come across in such write-ups, but it’…
 
In this episode, Elena speaks with Julia, Hari, Agok, and Alejandro about what it's like to be a chemical engineer at USC; and why they chose chemical engineering and their specific emphasis. We discuss things from favorite coursework, research and internships, to balancing schedules and more!By USC Viterbi Undergraduate Admission
 
Ben Oakes is Co-founder, President, & CEO @ Scribe Therapeutics. He has contributed to over 25 publications and patent applications across synthetic biology, molecular engineering, CRISPR, and zinc finger-based genetic modification. A previous Innovative Genomics Institute Entrepreneurial Fellow, Ben has been named to the San Francisco Business Tim…
 
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Jane Montealegre, the Deputy Director of the Office of Outreach and Health Disparities at Baylor College of Medicine. We learn about Dr. Montealegre’s work on cervical cancer screening and prevention, including her ongoing research on mailed, self-collected HPV testing kits. In this podcast, we explore the future …
 
One of the greatest benefits of engaging in a learning experience is being able to take what is newly acquired and bring its value to the real world. We sat down and chatted with recent graduate Ally Hepp '21, P.B.C. Project Management about what she learned in her time studying at UMBC and how it's helped her gain a greater grasp on the role of pr…
 
This is an inspirational talk given to students and faculty of IIM, Lucknow on 1st March 2022. The original talk was in video format. In this talk Dr. Rajvanshi traces his journey from Lucknow to Phaltan and discusses what made him leave a lucrative career in USA and choose rural Maharashtra to do his work. He tells in short the work done in NARI. …
 
Becky Pferdehirt is a Partner on the a16z bio investing team. She focuses on early stage companies building technology platforms for therapeutic discovery and development. Prior to joining Andreessen Horowitz, Becky worked at Amgen where she most recently led business development efforts for therapeutic platform partnerships. Before moving to BD Be…
 
It's not a new episode, but Rob gives an update as to where The Machine podcast current stands (HINT - will be back soon!) and also reposts an episode of their new podcast 9plus which was recorded for International Womens Day 2022. If you like what you hear, you can find 9plus wherever you normally get your podcasts www.podfollow.com/9plus…
 
Michael Jewett is the Charles Deering McCormick Professor of Teaching Excellence, a Professor of Chemical & Biological Engineering, & Co-Director of the Center for Synthetic Biology @ Northwestern University. He is also an Institute Fellow at the Northwestern Argonne Institute for Science & Engineering. Jewett’s lab seeks to re-conceptualize the wa…
 
In this episode, Jordan, Matt, and Paul play a Viterbi-inspired Dungeons & Dragons campaign once again! AI robots are trying to take over Viterbi and Shannon, our Dungeon Master has made sure to prepare some surprises along the way. Join us for this two-part episode and see how our engineers navigate this invasion while balancing their midterms at …
 
The field of IO Psychology is a great place for professionals who thrive in analyzing issues and providing potential solutions. Saad Arshad '21, M.P.S. IO Psychology, enjoyed this aspect of his capstone experience. "What intrigued me the most about the field of IO psychology was studying an organization and then being able to diagnose and solve a p…
 
Vik Bajaj is a Managing Director @ Foresite, evaluating and pursuing investments at the intersection of technology and life sciences, including in personalized and precision healthcare. Prior to joining Foresite Capital, Vik was the chief scientific officer of GRAIL, a life sciences company working to detect cancer early when it can be cured, and r…
 
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