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The vision of Data Scientist MINDSETS is to promote the visibility, recruitment, and/or retention of traditionally minoritized, marginalized, and underrepresented groups in data science, whether on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief system, ability, country of origin, and additional individual characteristics. Key aims include promoting principles of justice, equity, diversity, inclusion in all aspects of DS; featuring career trajectories and profiles of data scienti ...
 
The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) presents the Neurosalience podcast. In this series of interviews you’ll discover the latest developments in techniques for measuring brain structure and function. You’ll hear about how these tools can provide insight into the function of the brain from childhood to old age, and why these normal processes may be affected in neurological and psychiatric conditions. Dr. Peter Bandettini interviews brain scientists of all types and discusses the la ...
 
Creativity. It’s as mysterious and elusive to humans as love. We stalk it. We crave it. We try to bring it out in ourselves. Every creative work you’ve ever loved has a hero’s journey behind it. Whether it’s a book or a building. A movie, a mural, a musical. It starts with a spark. Then: Endless iteration. Inevitable setbacks. Magical people who appear to help. And the breakthrough idea — that takes on a life all its own. On Spark & Fire, for the first time ever, you’ll hear what was happeni ...
 
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Zhou Guanyu’s route to F1 was epic. As a child he watched the Chinese Grand Prix from the grandstands and dreamed of joining his racing heroes. But with no footsteps to follow in, he had to plot his own path. Before he was even a teenager he moved from his home city of Shanghai to the other side of the world to test his talent behind the wheel. Fig…
 
This podcast will focus on the book Lightbringers of the North: Secrets of the Occult Tradition of Finland which will be released by Inner Traditions on July 12th. Finland has long been viewed as the land of sorcerers and shamans. Exploring the rich history of Finnish occultism, Perttu Hakkinen and Vesa Iitti examine the significant figures and gro…
 
Elisabeth (Lisa) Brüggen is Professor in Financial Services (SBE) and Scientific Lead at Brightlands Institute for Smart Society (BISS). Elisabeth’s research interest is in Financial services with a focus on pension communications. In this episode she shares how she also integrated this topic in courses taught to students and how creatively they so…
 
During his ten year career, Belgian driver Thierry Boutsen delivered consistently. He stacked up 164 races, 15 podiums and 3 Grand Prix wins; even beating the legendary Ayrton Senna to the top of the podium when driving for Williams at the Hungaroring in 1990. Thierry has always been driven by his passions, his love of speed began racing motorbikes…
 
In this bonus episode, Peter Bandettini talks to four co-authors from a recent Nature paper on “Reproducible brain-wide association studies require thousands of individuals.” Scott Marek, Brenden Tervo-Clemmens, Damien Fair and Nico Dosenbach discuss their work, demonstrating that to make reproducible associations between MRI measures (both structu…
 
With a career spanning four decades, Frank Dernie knows a thing or two about how to make a car fast. After joining Williams in the late 70's as Patrick Head's aerodynamic assistant, helping design the successful FW08 chassis, he went on to work with some of Formula One's biggest stars, greatest teams and the fastest cars on the grid. A pioneer in h…
 
As a young racer growing up in America in the 60s, Bobby Rahal idolised people like Phil Hill, Dan Gurney and Mario Andretti - drivers who had made it across the Atlantic to drive in Formula 1. He dreamt of doing the same; of travelling to Europe to race at the circuits he'd read about in magazines and going wheel to wheel with his racing heroes. A…
 
We are delighted to share our first anthology of guests revealing their own near or shared death experiences. In this episode we feature: Suzanne B. O'Brien, RN, is the founder and creator of one of the preeminent Doula training programs in the world: Doulagivers: End of Life Doula Training. Suzanne was awarded a "Worldwide Leader in Heathcare" by …
 
Katie Beecher, MS, LPC, is a medical and emotional intuitive with over thirty years of experience. She is featured in Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop, Kourtney Kardashian's website Poosh, and Miranda Kerr's KORA Organics Blog. Katie has a unique way of working with clients: She creates a detailed, individualized, physical, emotional, and spiritual report an…
 
McLaren technical director James Key is one of the youngest tech chiefs in Formula One. He’s very bright, he’s super-organised and he’s ultra-competitive, all attributes that he’s using to drive the team back to the top of the sport. In this episode, James opens up to Tom Clarkson about McLaren’s difficult start to the 2022 season, when their cars …
 
From frustration which drove him to tears in 2019, to an incredible F1 victory in 2021, Esteban Ocon has felt the extreme lows and highs of a racing driver’s life. After losing his race seat at Force India, Ocon spent a season as reserve driver for Mercedes in 2019. A year of ‘low moments’ opened his eyes to what he jokingly calls ‘the dark side’ o…
 
In this episode, Chang Sun invited Dr. Martina Summer-Kutmon who works as an Assistant professor at the Department of Bioinformatics (BiGCaT) and the Maastricht Centre for Systems Biology (MaCSBio). Martina shares her career journey and how she could combine her interest for the human body with her passion for mathematics and also technology. Furth…
 
40 years ago, in May 1982, Formula 1 lost a marvellous maverick. No-one else drove a car quite like Gilles Villeneuve. He lost his life in a crash while at the very peak of his racing powers. In this special episode, those who knew Gilles share their memories and stories with Tom Clarkson. F1 World Champions Mario Andretti and Jody Scheckter and 7-…
 
Samer has guided and supported thousands of people from all over the world in sacred plant medicine ceremonies and retreats. He favors the San Pedro cactus (mescaline) because of the depth of the healing and transformation it has created in people. Samer offers this medicine along with Ayahuasca in the Sacred Valley of Peru, and soon will expand hi…
 
Growing up in Northern California, a young Alexander Rossi dreamed of racing in Formula 1. His route was not an easy one. Along the way he experienced false starts, unfulfilled promises, behind the scenes power moves and the tragic loss of his friend and teammate Jules Bianchi. Alex tells Tom Clarkson everything that led to his 5 Grands Prix in 201…
 
He says it himself, Alex Albon is back in F1 wanting to prove a point. After a 2020 season in which he scored his first podiums, but ultimately failed to match Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen, he lost his race drive and spent 2012 on the side lines. ‘It killed me’, he says, ‘but the hunger never went away’. Alex tells Tom Clarkson how hard he work…
 
Kokan Genjo Marinello was installed as the second Abbot of Chobo-ji, Seattle's Rinzai Zen Temple in 1999. In this podcast we focus on his thoughtful and encompassing book Reflections on Awakening & Maturity. Genjo is also a psychotherapist in private practice and a certified spiritual director from a program that was affiliated with the Vancouver S…
 
Creator of an iconic F1 car, with an inside view of a ferocious racing rivalry: Steve Nichols has witnessed some extraordinary things. The American engineer designed the McLaren MP4/4, the car which stormed to 15 wins in 16 races in 1988. He tells Tom Clarkson the story of the MP4/4’s creation and what made it so fast. Working closely with Ayrton S…
 
Catherine Durkin Robinson is an End of Life Doula working with the Diaspora Psychedelic Society (DPS) to provide End of Life care, preparation and ceremony working with sacred medicines and psychedelics in Jamaica. The DPS offers psychedelics and sacred medicines as part of specially-crafted wellness programs. Designed by a team of clinical and psy…
 
Over the thirty-nine episodes of this podcast, Peter Bandettini, PhD (twitter: @fmri_today), has guided interesting conversations with brain scientists of all types about the latest developments, controversies, findings, and challenges in the field of brain mapping. Of course, Dr. Bandettini is an impressive and fascinating scientist in his own rig…
 
A year out of F1 has changed Kevin Magnussen’s world. He’s now a father, he’s moved back to his native Denmark with his family and he’s tasted US sportscars and the Le Mans 24 hours. When the chance to return to F1 with Haas suddenly came along, KMag said yes immediately. No fear. No doubt that it’s where he belongs. Kevin tells Tom Clarkson how it…
 
‘I risked a lot more than people know’. In 1992, Nigel Mansell – a three-time runner-up – finally achieved his lifelong ambition. To win the Formula 1 World Championship, he fought through physical injury and psychological challenges. In this 30th anniversary special episode, Nigel tells Tom Clarkson the story of his championship winning year. He r…
 
Megan Rose, Ph.D., has a doctorate in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and a Master's degree in Religion in Society from the Graduate Theological Union. She is an initiated ceremonial magician, a Shakta Tantric practitioner, and a senior seer in the House of the Brigh Faery Seership Institute. She serves as an …
 
From the age of 8, Susie Wolff dreamed of making it in motorsport. Formula 1 was her goal. In 2014 she got her chance – driving for Williams in Free Practice at the British Grand Prix, becoming the first woman to drive in an official F1 session for more than two decades. She tells Tom Clarkson how she earned her F1 opportunity through making life-c…
 
Eric Wong is Professor and Associate Director for Imaging Hardware at the University of California, San Diego. He received his Ph.D. in Biophysics in 1991 from the Medical College of Wisconsin where he was the key person in starting fMRI at the Medical College of Wisconsin. In this podcast, Eric and Peter start by revisiting when they first met and…
 
Name a top F1 team or driver – Pat Fry is probably a big part of their success. He’s spent 35 years winning with Benetton, McLaren, Ferrari and Alpine, racing with world champion drivers Ayrton Senna, Mika Hakkinen, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso. In that time he’s seen F1 change massively, and played a big role in developing game-changing raci…
 
Alexander Boxer is a data scientist with a PhD in Physics (M.I.T.) and degrees in the history of science (Oxford) and classics (Yale). His research has appeared in Nature Physics and he was a field agent for Atlas Obscura in Washington D.C.. In this podcast, we discuss his book A Scheme of Heaven which describes humans as pattern-matching creatures…
 
This week, we invited Dr. Ana Vaniqui who works as a Physicist in the research domain of Clinical Radiotherapy at Maastro Clinic. Anna-Lena is the host of this episode and together, the two talk about Ana's academic journey and how she came to Radiotherapy and innovation physics. Ana tells a lot about how she uses several Data Science and Artificia…
 
Will 2022 be a life-changing year for Carlos Sainz? He sits in a Ferrari which looked fast and reliable in pre-season testing. He’s proved he has what it takes to win in Formula 1. Can he make that final step to top of the podium? As Carlos tells Tom Clarkson, he still looks back with frustration on races he feels he could have won. You’ll hear how…
 
Randy McIntosh, Ph.D. has been a scientist at the Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest Centre at the University of Toronto since 1994 and, since the start of 2022, is the new Director of the Simon Fraser University Institute for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology in Burnaby British Columbia - just outside of Vancouver. Randy obtained his PhD in 1992…
 
Season 5 of F1: Beyond The Grid starts with a brand-new episode on Wednesday 16th March. With just days to go before we see the new 2022 cars go wheel to wheel, we revisit an episode from 2020 when Martin Brundle joined Tom to discuss the best F1 cars he’s ever driven. The Briton doesn’t just boast 158 race starts and nine podiums in F1 – he’s also…
 
Dr. Maggie Buxton is an international consultant, educator, and creative practitioner, who has spent the last thirty years activating portals and creating parallel realities. Her developmental consulting and facilitation practice has taken her to ecovillages in West African and Latin America; social enterprises and spiritual communities in Scotland…
 
F1 is back and so is F1 Nation! Tom Clarkson, Damon Hill and Natalie Pinkham chat about the news, views and pre-season clues from three days of running in Barcelona. Which teams have made strong starts, and which still have work to do? Plus, rumours of ‘brand new cars’ being prepared for the Bahrain test, exciting early signs for close wheel-to-whe…
 
Season 5 of F1 Beyond The Grid starts with a brand-new episode on Wednesday 16th March. Alain Prost is a four-time Formula 1 World Champion, star of one of the sport’s most thrilling eras, and Ayrton Senna’s great rival. In this 2018 interview from the Beyond The Grid archive, Alain tells Tom Clarkson the story of his rise to the top of the sport, …
 
The reason for this special episode about the Women in Data Science (WiDS) event 2022 is that our host Chang Sun is also one of the WiDS Ambassadors who organized the regional event WiDS Datathon Maastricht 2022. Co-host of this episode is Anna-Lena Arlt who is the student assistant for this podcast but also participated in the Datathon. We invited…
 
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