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NNLM Discovery

Network of the National Library of Medicine

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This podcast series explores how the Network of the National Library of Medicine - part of the National Institutes of Health - is engaging with communities to provide access to trusted information for the purpose of improving the public’s health. Accompanying videos can be found on the NLM YouTube Channel You can learn more about the NLM health information resources mentioned in this series by visiting the National Library of Medicine at https://www.nlm.nih.gov/ The mission of the Network of ...
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In Episode 80, Patrick speaks with Sayon Chanda, Senior Scientist at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), one of US Department of Energy's leading federal research laboratories in Denver Colorado. The team discusses the NISQ era of Quantum Computing, the complexities of current electric utility configurations, and how electric utilities can…
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What do Zombies and a Victorian-era museum featuring restraints as mental health tools have to do with public health education? On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 7’s associate director, Jessica Kilham, shares how NNLM is supporting “Outbreak,” a summer program at the Public Health Museum in Tewksbury, MA that teaches high school…
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Indiana is known as the crossroads of America. In recent years Indiana has also become the crossroads of multiple deadly epidemics. In 2015 Austin, Indiana was the epicenter of the worst drug fueled HIV outbreak in the history of the United States. Out of a town of 4300 people. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 6’s Community Eng…
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In Episode 78, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Diana Franklin of the University of Chicago. A fascinating episode where the team discusses gamification of educational concepts through Quander, entanglement, superposition, and the advantages of reframing ideas for Quantum native students. Diana Franklin is an Associate Professor in Co…
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In this special off-cycle release of Episode 76, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Yuval Boger (QuEra), and first time guests Harry Zhou (QuEra and Harvard) and Dolev Bluvstein (Harvard). The team discusses a historical announcement regarding groundbreaking advancements in Quantum Error Correction utilizing transversal gates to create …
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In Episode 75, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Yuval Boger, Chief Marketing Officer at QuEra. This is a fascinating discussion about room temperature Neutral Atom technology, collaborations with educational institutions, and the emergence of national Quantum Computing programs. Yuval Boger is the CMO of QuEra, the leader in neutral atom quantum comp…
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Relationship violence is a tragic circumstance that is very difficult to discuss. Please be advised that this episode contains discussions of relationship violence and the depiction of traumatic events. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 3’s Community Engagement Coordinator, Margie Sheppard, discusses a new program funded over th…
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In Episode 74, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Dr. Fred Chong and first time guest, Dr. Teague Tomesh of Infleqtion. The is a very exciting discussion about an awarded project from Wellcome Leap to explore hybrid quantum algorithms to find cancer biomarkers in multi-modal data. The team also discusses solving real problems within the…
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Join Outreach Services Librarian, Yamila El-Khayat, for new episodes of the NNLM Discovery podcast. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, or listen on our website www.nnlm.gov/podcast. Please be sure to like, rate, and review the show!By Network of the National Library of Medicine
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In Episode 73, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Noson Yonofsky of Brooklyn College. The team discusses Quantum Mechanics, Einstein's Photoelectric Effect, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, and the Quantum Eraser Experiment. Noson S. Yanofsky has a Ph.D. in mathematics from The Graduate Center of The City University of New York. He h…
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Imagine living in a tropical paradise, but you can’t afford fresh produce. Imagine importing 97% of your food and being cut off for weeks due to a hurricane. These are real-life food insecurity issues faced by many Americans in the Caribbean. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, we return to the U.S. Virgin Islands where Region 2 Regional…
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In Episode 72, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Mariia Mykhailova, Principal Software Engineer at the Advanced Quantum Development Group at Microsoft. The team discuss the NISQ era of Quantum algorithms, resource estimation, and Microsoft's end-to-end approach to Quantum Computing. Mariia Mykhailova is a principal software engineer at…
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On this continuation episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 5’s recently retired Outreach & Engagement Coordinator Michele Spatz shares how three more libraries in Region 5 used Collection Equity Outreach Awards to enhance collection equity and support health literacy in their libraries by acquiring more materials by diverse voices. In a pre…
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NNLM Discovery will release new episodes every other week starting this October. This fall and winter our regions will share stories that feature unique research grants that help communicate health information in new ways for the purpose of improving the public’s health. Do you have a project that needs funding? You should contact us! NNLM offers m…
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In Episode 70, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Bob Sutor, Vice President and Chief Quantum Advocate at Infleqtion. The team discuss quantum programming languages, hybrid approaches to quantum computing, and planning for worst case scenarios. Dr. Bob Sutor has been a technical leader and executive in the IT industry for over 40 years. Bob’s indus…
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In Episode 67, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Román Orús, Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Multiverse Computing. The team discusses industry applications of Quantum software, material science, Artificial Intelligence, and the future of Quantum disruptions. Prof. Román Orús is Ikerbasque research professor at the Donostia International Phy…
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In Episode 66, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Michael Vitz, Manager at Deloitte leading Quantum training efforts. The team discusses Quantum Computing's relationship to AI and Machine Learning, the future of Adiabatic Quantum Annealers, and educating future Quantum Computing Scientists. Michael Vitz received two masters degrees, one in the Philosop…
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In Episode 65, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Mike Dascal, Director of Quantum Product Management at the Fidelity Center for Applied Technology. The team discuss the quantum development roadmap, quantum hype, and the movement of developments from quantum architecture back to hybrid approaches. Michael Dascal is Director of Quantum Product Managemen…
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In Episode 64, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Mark Mattingley-Scott, Chief Revenue Officer at Quantum Brilliance. The team discuss room temperature quantum computers, education and preparation for the quantum market, and parallels to the semiconductor revolution. Mark Mattingley-Scott is a former 31-year IBM executive who joined quantum computing s…
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There have been numerous groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence (AI) advancements over the last year. Generative AI, which has exploded in popularity since last November with the release of ChatGPT, introduces major opportunities to boost productivity and advance NLM's capabilities. These tools also present some limitations that all users must be a…
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In Episode 63, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Ulf Mattson, Chief Security Strategist at Protegrity. The team discuss post quantum cryptography, the need to roadmap randomness, and homomorphic encryption. Ulf Mattsson is the co-founder and Chief Security Strategist (and former Chief Technology Officer) at Protegrity. Ulf has been in the cybersecurit…
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In Episode 62, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Georges-Olivier Reymond, CEO and founder of PASQAL. The team discuss neutral atom technology, room temperature quantum computers, education, and machine learning. Georges-Olivier Reymond is CEO and co-founder of PASQAL, the leading full-stack neutral atoms quantum computing company. He is pioneering the…
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In Episode 61, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Jason Soroko, SVP of product at Sectigo. The team discuss Shor's algorithm, cryptography, and the future of post quantum certificate technology. Jason Soroko is an experienced security technology innovator. The SVP of Product for Sectigo is responsible for facing customers, researching, innovating, educ…
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In Episode 60, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Philip Murphy, CEO of Cornelis Networks. The team discuss AI, large language models, optimization problems, and the connections to Quantum Computing. Philip Murphy: As CEO of Cornelis Networks, Phil is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the company. Prior to co-founding Co…
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In Episode 59, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Garland Garris, lead for quantum security and post quantum cryptography at Accenture Federal Services. The team discuss timeline predictions to break RSA, methods of protecting current information in a post quantum world, and the potential threats of Y2Q. Garland Garris: As Accenture Federal Services Qu…
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What do proteins and Transformers have in common? Yes we’re talking about the Optimus Prime and his fellow autonomous robotic life forms originating from the artificial planetoid Cybertron… In this special episode of NNLM Discovery, we have partnered with the NIH Speaking of Science podcast to bring you the story of a special NLM researcher, Dr. La…
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Artificial intelligence is transforming our everyday lives. It also has the potential to transform medicine. On this special episode of the NNLM Discovery Podcast, we spotlight some of the groundbreaking research being done at the National Library of Medicine (NLM). Guest producer Griff Partington interviews Dr. Sameer Antani, a Principal Investiga…
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In Episode 58, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Michael Biercuk, CEOand Founder of Q-CTRL. The team discuss quantum education, infrastructure software, error correction, and the quantum computing stack. Michael J. Biercuk is the CEO and Founder of Q-CTRL, a quantum technology company, and a Professor of Quantum Physics and Quantum Technology at the U…
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Why do we expect to find toilet paper and paper towels in a public restroom, but feminine hygiene products are considered optional? On this episode of the NNLM Discovery Podcast, Region 6 Communications & Finance Coordinator Miles Dietz-Castel shares the story of Richland County Public Health director Dr. Julie Chaya’s initiative to combat period p…
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Very few people know what a medical librarian is or does. You don’t find medical librarians portrayed on Chicago Hope, or House, or ER. Hollywood is missing out on some great storylines! On this episode of the NNLM Discovery Podcast, Region 7 Education and Outreach Coordinator, Margot Malachowski interviews four medical librarians from her region. …
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In Episode 57, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Jake Yocom-Piatt, Co-Founder and Project Lead for Decred and CEO of Company-0. The team discuss Cryptocurrency, Encryption Standards, and the threat of Quantum Computing to the blockchain. Jake Yocom-Piatt is a Co-Founder & Project Lead for Decred (www.decred.org). He is a cryptocurrency pioneer who has…
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When hurricanes Irma and Maria struck the Caribbean one week apart in 2017, they left hundreds of thousands of people cut off from sources of aid when all modern means of communication were destroyed. Many residents resolved to never be left in the dark again. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 2 user experience and education str…
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On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region 5 Outreach & Engagement Coordinator Michele Spatz shares how three libraries in Region 5 used Collection Equity Outreach Awards to enhance collection equity and support health literacy in their libraries by acquiring more materials by diverse voices. We start in Alaska at the Juneau Public Libra…
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In Episode 56, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Himadri Majumdar, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of SemiQon. The team discuss semiconductor based quantum technologies, error correction, improvement of operating temperature ranges, and the benefit of research centers such as VTT. Himadri Majumdar is the Co-founder and chief executive of SemiQon. SemiQ…
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When you live in a community where Internet access is not a given, you sometimes approach health literacy a little differently. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast Fort Washakie School Community Librarian Robin Levin literally takes health information on the road in the form of a bookmobile that travels the Wind River Reservation in Wyomi…
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When is a vegetable more than just a vegetable? When the act of growing one helps combat stress and is a commitment to environmental health and justice. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, Region One outreach librarian April Wright shares her story with host Yamila El-Khayat about how she helped Dr. Rachel Goldstein at the University of …
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When COVID-19 struck, one rural library in Texas made a bold move to help their community. They reached out to NNLM about funding opportunities for a virtual health room in Pottsboro, Texas. This had NEVER been done before, having an established room in a library dedicated to tele-health appointments. On this episode of the NNLM Discovery podcast, …
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In Episode 55, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Vincent Berk, Chief Strategist at Quantum Xchange. The team discuss Quantum safe encryption, improvements to security with Quantum Computing, hybrid problem solving, and risk management. Dr. Vincent Berk is currently the Chief Strategy Officer at Quantum Xchange. Recognized as a highly technical cyb…
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In Episode 53, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Johannes Oberreuter, Data Science Technical Lead at Machine Learning Reply. Among other topics, the team discuss classical neural networks, quantum networks, hybrid approaches, and the ongoing reduction of resource needs and improving accuracy of neural networks. Dr. Johannes Oberreuter works as a D…
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In Episode 52, Patrick and Ciprian speak with returning guest Todd Brun of the University of Southern California. Among other topics, the team discuss error correction, non-Markovian errors, the limitations of current quantum processors and the battle between numbers of Qubits and amounts of noise. Todd Brun is a Professor of Electrical and Compute…
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Launching in February 2022, this podcast series explores how the Network of the National Library of Medicine - part of the National Institutes of Health - is engaging with communities to provide access to trusted information for the purpose of improving the public's health. In our first season of NNLM Discovery, join outreach librarian librarian Ya…
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In Episode 51, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Shai Zacaraev, Dean in the Upper School at the Dwight-Englewood School. Among other topics, the team discuss teaching quantum to high school students, working past biases and restrictions of existing knowledge, and the speed of growth in technology. Dr. Shai Zacaraev is a Dean in the Upper School at the…
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In Episode 49, Patrick and Ciprian take a look at the Nobel Prize in Physics. The team discuss Entanglement, some of the other scientific achievements that set the stage, and the implications of bringing Quantum topics to the forefront of scientific discussion.By Entangled Things
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