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On Interpreting India, every two weeks, we bring in voices from India and around the globe to unpack how technology, the economy, and foreign policy impact India’s relationship with the world. Interpreting India is a Carnegie India production and is hosted by Carnegie scholars. In season 2, Srinath Raghavan passes the mic to a new generation of hosts, his colleagues at Carnegie, who will explore the questions that hold the potential to alter India’s trajectory through the coming decade.
 
In a global-minded, profit-driven industry, it is often hard to separate the hype from reality. There is consumer technology, and then there is technology that affects consumers. In this series, host Leina entertains the intersection of humanity and technology based on a realist worldview. Instagram @Leinacast // Facebook @Intersection of Humanity and Technology
 
Joel Pearson is a university professor in cognitive neuroscience and innovation at The University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia, with a background in art. Joel is an author, public speaker, entrepreneur and public intellectual working at the forefront of science, innovation, agile science and biohacking. Prof. Joel Pearson and his guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, science, health, performance, longevity, education, biohacks, critical thinking, art and technology, with a theme ...
 
DrugPatentWatch serves leading companies ranging from biopharmaceutical R&D to healthcare delivery, and has been cited by CNN, NEJM, Nature Journals, and many other leading publications. Use cases for the DrugPatentWatch platform include: - Branded pharmaceutical global business intelligence and forecasting - Generic drug and API manufacturer portfolio management - Wholesalers preventing overstock of off-patent drugs - Healthcare payer formulary management and budget management
 
Welcome to Talking Techniques! In this Podcast BioTechniques Digital Editor Tristan Free, interviews researchers at the forefront of their fields about the latest breakthroughs, controversies and conversations in the life sciences. From CRISPR to COVID-19, organoids to the microbiome, this podcast will explore the latest developments in the lab and interesting applications of techniques, while trying to determine how we can drive science forward in progressive and inventive ways. See acast.c ...
 
New episodes every other Wednesday. Co-hosted by Carrie Nixon, Esq. & Rebecca E. Gwilt, Esq. Key topics center around healthcare law, policy, innovation, startups & digital health. Carrie Nixon and Rebecca Gwilt are partners at Nixon Gwilt Law, a healthcare innovation law firm exclusively serving Providers, Digital Health Companies, and Life Science Businesses seeking to transform the way we receive and experience healthcare. Find out more at NixonGwiltLaw.com.
 
Sustainability Defined is the podcast that defines sustainability, one concept (and bad joke) at a time. Hosts Scott Breen and Jay Siegel explore a new topic each episode with the help of an expert in the field. Each concept falls into one of seven sectors -- Energy, Cities, Natural Environment, Transportation, Business, Policy, and Social -- and is visually represented in a Sustainability Tree found at www.sustainabilitydefined.com.
 
The Inc. Tank is a podcast that explores the impact of leading-edge technology on business and society. Hear from the front lines of disrupted industries as we talk to entrepreneurs, policy makers and researchers about technologies that could challenge existing revenue models and unlock fierce competition in the marketplace.
 
This podcast takes a 360° view into emerging agriculture technologies by creating dialogue among stakeholders in academia, industry, growers, producers, Extension specialists, the overall agriculture sustainability community, and other important stakeholders. Join us with host, Adrian Percy, as we present this information in an engaging format encompassing multiple viewpoints and more as we explore AgTech together. @AgTech360 agtech360@gmail.com go.ncsu.edu/CERSA southernipm.org
 
We humans could have a bright future ahead of us that lasts billions of years. But we have to survive the next 200 years first. Join Josh Clark of Stuff You Should Know for a 10-episode deep dive that explores the future of humanity and finds dangers we have never encountered before lurking just ahead. And if we humans are alone in the universe, if we don't survive intelligent life dies out with us too.
 
Our weekly 30 minute podcast helps you, a small business owner with 5 to 30 team members, take your company to the next level. The Grow A Small Business community, weekly cast, blog and leadership email supports leaders get through the pain of growth. With insights, lessons learned, books and tools as well as habits these experienced small business owners suggest you develop, our interviews unearth tremendous value for anyone wanting to grow their business with less stress.
 
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Science Talk takes you deeply into the world of science audio. Sometimes we travel deep into the wilderness. Sometimes deep into the mind of a scientific expert. The experience will always stimulate your auditory neurons, even if you don't know quite where you're headed at the start. Also check our podcast from Scientific American : "60-Second Science." To view all of our archived podcasts please go to www.scientificamerican.com/podcast
 
Welcome to Health+Tech—the show where we explore the law that applies at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Your hosts, Janice Suchyta, Andrea Linna, and Jonathan Ishee, are healthcare attorneys and partners at McGuireWoods LLP, a law firm of 1100 attorneys with offices throughout the United States and the world. Your hosts will interview healthcare innovators and keep you up-to-date on the laws that apply to businesses at the intersection of healthcare and technology. McGuireWoo ...
 
In this podcast, entrepreneur and angel investor Flavio Rump discusses the biggest bottlenecks and the future of drug discovery by speaking with some of the sharpest, most innovative minds in drug discovery, biotechnology and related fields. We talk about machine learning for high-throughput screening, open source drug discovery and other trends that are changing how drug discovery gets done.
 
Each week Lauren talks to experts, thought-leaders and inspiring individuals to explore what HOLISTIC HEALING means to them. Expect raw, honest conversations around health, healing, resilience, mindfulness, personal growth, spirituality and consciousness. Tune in for tools, guidance and inspiration to guide you towards your healthiest, happiest, most alive and connected self.
 
On Translating Aging, we talk with the worldwide community of researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors who are moving longevity science from the lab to the clinic. We bring you a commanding view of the entire field, in the words of the people and companies who are moving it forward today. The podcast is sponsored by BioAge labs, a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing therapies to extend human healthspan by targeting the molecular causes of aging.
 
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Welcome to Credit Hour, a weekly, thought-provoking conversation with the brightest minds from the University of South Dakota. They get the credit – we ask the questions. This is Credit Hour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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This paper was originally published by Md. Imtiaz Hasan et al in Journal of Biosciences and Medicines under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Abstract Development of generic drug product…The post Development of Generic Drug Products by Pharmaceutical Industries Considering Regulatory Aspects: A Review appeared first on DrugPa…
 
In this episode, I interview Punit Dhillon, the President, CEO & Chair of Skye Bioscience Inc. based in San Diego, California, USA, a public pharmaceutical company with a leading program in ophthalmology, developing a drug for glaucoma. Punit is a biotech and life sciences entrepreneur passionate about helping the community. He’s also an author of …
 
The 1830s to the 1930s saw the rise of large-scale industrial mining in the British imperial world. Elizabeth Carolyn Miller examines how literature of this era reckoned with a new vision of civilization where humans are dependent on finite, nonrenewable stores of earthly resources, and traces how the threatening horizon of resource exhaustion work…
 
Based on twelve years of anthropological exploration, Vincent Ialenti's Deep Time Reckoning: How Future Thinking Can Help Earth Now (MIT Press, 2020) is an engaging guide on deep time learning to reorient our understanding of time and space. As each chapter begins with creative vignettes to capture the reader's imagination and empathy and concludes…
 
In Mexico environmental struggles have been fought since the nineteenth century in such places as Zacatecas, where United States and European mining interests have come into open conflict with rural and city residents over water access, environmental health concerns, and disease compensation. In Silver Veins, Dusty Lungs: Mining, Water, and Public …
 
Rebecca Miller, OD, shares her approach to being her patients' trusted source for answers about refractive surgery (00:52). Also, Thomas Chester, OD, FAAO, offers strategies for the successful preoperative management of ocular surface disease in order to avoid surprises after cataract or refractive surgery (6:40). And Leslie O’Dell, OD, FAAO, discu…
 
Fellowship Q&A with AMI Senior Fellow, Dr. Anthony Esolen on the first book of Milton’s Paradise Lost. Is Milton showing off or alining himself with the great epics of the past? Does Milton characterize the will of the angels as perfect and unchanging? Is Satan’s will his own? Was Milton influenced by Descartes? What about Dante? Why does Milton ha…
 
Christian Luscher, MD, PhD is a neuroscientist and neurologist who runs a research lab at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Dr. Lusher's lab studies the mechanisms that underlie drug reinforcement and addiction in the brain and he is an expert in the neuroscience of drug addiction. Christian talks to Nick about: what is addiction is and what…
 
In this episode, I interview Michael Denehey, an adviser at Collins SBA based in Hobart, Australia. Collins SBA is a financial advice and accounting service for Australian businesses. They work with small and medium business owners and assist them in growing and scaling their business. Michael is an adviser who specializes in providing proactive, f…
 
In this episode, we roam the world of recombinant proteins and their production, discussing the challenges of their production, and recent evolutions in protein engineering that have brought the field into a golden era of innovation. I'm joined by recombinant protein engineering expert Yuning Chen, R&D Manager at Sino Biological, who discusses the …
 
In this episode, Ayesha talks about World Arthritis Day, which is on October 12 every year, with this year’s theme being raising awareness about early diagnosis. In addition to timely diagnosis, there may soon be a preventative vaccine for inflammatory arthritic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers at the University of Toledo have d…
 
Rochelle Buffenstein is one of the world’s leading authorities on the naked mole rat, a fascinating animal that has emerged as an important model for research in longevity science. Dr. Buffenstein is currently a senior principal investigator at Calico Life Sciences, a subsidiary of Alphabet, that is seeking to better understand the biology that con…
 
In this episode of Health+Tech, McGuireWoods healthcare partner Janice Suchyta talks to Michele Satterlund, senior vice president in the state government relations practice of McGuireWoods Consulting and a partner with McGuireWoods, on the emergence of telehealth, particularly during the pandemic. They also look at how telehealth is evaluated state…
 
If you could give your children perfect pitch or a high I.Q., if you could pick their hair color or height, would you? Is this science fiction or the inevitability of technological progress? Listen as Dr. Timothy Furlan and AMI Fellows discuss genetic engineering and what this could mean for the future of the human race. To access the full course a…
 
Every three minutes in the United States, an allergic reaction to foods sends someone to the emergency room. Today, we explore what life is like when you must avoid certain foods. But we also learn that there is hope for an escape from the food prison. Researchers like Clemson University's Sachin Rustgi are using cutting-edge genetic engineering to…
 
Harnessing the Sun is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Jenny Nelson, Professor of Physics and Head of the Climate Change mitigation team at the Grantham Institute at Imperial College London. After inspiring insights about Jenny Nelson’s academic journey, the conversation examines different solar energy processes, s…
 
In this episode, I interview Jennifer Seeno Tucker, a Real Estate Associate Broker at eXp Realty, one of the world’s fastest-growing real estate brokerages. Services include offering unique tools to help agents and clients buy and sell stress-free and ensuring the highest quality standards throughout the transaction. Jennifer came to real estate fr…
 
Absci is a synthetic biology company focused on developing better, faster paths to new medicines. Starting with their bioengineered E. Coli strain named SoluPro, Absci is able to manufacture complex biologics in a prokaryotic system, something that had never been done before. More recently, they have made acquisitions that have added on drug discov…
 
Join AMI Fellows beginning a course on René Girard’s Theatre of Envy. Professors Downey and Schubert set the groundwork for exploring the realm of mimetic rivalry, triangulation, scapegoating, and how Rene Girard uses these theories in interpreting some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays. To become a Fellow today and join us in live and interactive co…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Quick announcement: Carrie and Rebecca are both attending HLTH in Boston Oct 17-20. Will you be there? Connect via LinkedIn beforehand so you can say hi! Now on with the show... These truths may be obvious to you as a healthcare innovator, but regulators, payors, and sometimes even consumers still lag behind for …
 
In this episode, Ayesha talks about the CDC’s updated guidance according to which the COVID-19 vaccines can be administered at the same time as the flu shot and other vaccines. The new guidelines comes after the federal health agency says there is now substantial data around the COVID-19 vaccines to show that it is safe to be administered alongside…
 
A dramatic, revelatory account of the female inmate firefighters who battle California wildfires for less than a dollar an hour On February 23, 2016, Shawna Lynn Jones stepped into the brush to fight a wildfire that had consumed ten acres of terrain on a steep ridge in Malibu. Jones carried fifty pounds of equipment and a chainsaw to help contain t…
 
Homewaters: A Human and Natural History of Puget Sound (University of Washington Press, 2021) tells a story about exploitation and a story of hope. Focusing on the life histories of both humans and the natural world, Williams presents an account of how people and place are connected by demonstrating the transformation of the landscape through geolo…
 
Ranea Lenor Hanson's Watershed: Attending to Body and Earth in Distress (U Minnesota Press, 2021) weaves a narrative that captures life on the water, diverse classrooms, and the unique experiences from learning to cop with type-1 diabetes: constantly monitoring blood sugar and managing insulin levels. A mix of personal reflection and meditative vig…
 
This is my talk from the 14th Annual Portfolio Planning and Partnership for Generic Conference. I discuss: Identifying generic entry opportunities at the earliest stages Discovering opportunities that avoid litigation…The post Generic Portfolio Management, Partnering with Brands, and Staying Competitive appeared first on DrugPatentWatch - Make Bett…
 
In this episode, I interview Kristi Soomer, the Founder, and CEO of Encircled, a slow fashion brand based in Toronto, Canada, which makes workwear perfect for active individuals that embrace everyday adventure in style, and in comfort. Encircled is a Certified B Corporation, as sustainability and ethics are the core of everything they do. A former …
 
On Episode 37 I speak to Katie Moon, a web designer helping entrepreneurs and business owners take the overwhelm and stress out of web design so they can focus on what brings them joy. Katie Moon was once a chemist but left feeling unfulfilled. Katie then set out to become a web designer and create a life that offered her more freedom, travel and f…
 
REGENXBIO and Abbvie announce a collaboration to co-develop RGX-314 for the treatment of wet AMD, diabetic retinopathy and other chronic retinal diseases. This massive announcement puts a lot of resources behind the commercialization efforts of RGX-314 in anticipation of an eventual approval. In the short-term, $RGNX benefits from a large upfront p…
 
What do Washington DC, Denver's Union Station, and Scott's recent vacation to Italy all share in common? Aside from being sweet places to visit, they all provide fantastic examples of Transit Oriented Development, the focus on this month's episode. Transit Oriented Development ("TOD") refers to the creation of compact, walkable, pedestrian-oriented…
 
Nick talks to writer and science journalist Nicholas Wade about the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicholas describes how this story has evolved since the start of the pandemic, and contrasts the the two main hypotheses for the origins of COVID: wildlife spillover vs. lab leak. He describes how viruses in the past (e.g. …
 
With the conclusion of the first in-person QUAD leaders’ summit, the 76th Session of the UNGA, the SCO summit, and the AUKUS alliance, the last two weeks have been momentous for world politics. In this episode of Interpreting India, Gautam Bambawale joins Deep Pal to discuss the major foreign policy events of the last two weeks and India’s contribu…
 
Embracing the Anthropocene: Managing Human Impact is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Mark Maslin, Professor of Geography at University College London. This wide-ranging conversation explores Prof. Maslin’s research on the Anthropocene which according to his definition began when human impacts on the planet irrevoc…
 
You've probably heard how big data has changed the world by bringing hyper-customization to the forefront, discovering obscure patterns, and allowing people to react quickly to new information. In this episode Leina discusses the pros and cons of the big data revolution from a scientific standpoint. Here are the pitfalls she wants you to be aware o…
 
In this episode, I interview Ieuan Williams, the Co-founder and Director of Mane Consulting, Sydney-based recruitment and workforce solutions consultancy, specializing in the Finance, Digital, and Data space. They deliver talent solutions and provide the right resourcing strategy for their clients. Ieuan had been working in accounting and finance t…
 
There’s no question that clinical research is the backbone of healthcare invention, helping to improve the prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. But at the heart of it all you’ll find that patients are the true lifeblood of clinical research, keeping things moving and allowing researchers to save more lives every day. With pat…
 
In this episode, Ayesha talks about the FDA’s new interactive quiz as part of its Bad Ad outreach program that targets misleading pharmaceutical promotions. Although the Bad Ad program is primarily directed towards healthcare providers, the general public can also anonymously report dubious ads to the FDA’s Office of Prescription Drug Promotion (OP…
 
Earlier this year, the University of California San Francisco launched the Bakar Aging Research Institute (BARI), a scientific community that aims to translate breakthroughs in aging research across many disciplines into new approaches and treatments that help people remain healthy and vibrant in later life. Here to tell us about the Institute are …
 
It is a tale of sound: the song of a solitary whale that vocalizes at a unique frequency of 52 hertz, which no other whale—as the story goes—can seemingly understand. It is also a tale about science and ocean life, laced with fantasy and mystery and mostly shrouded in darkness. The whale, who is of unknown species and nicknamed “52,” was originally…
 
They are not the household names, but the medications they are researching and developing could be the lifeline patients are waiting for. Today we explore how drug price controls—now making their way through Congress—could have unintended consequences for the small biotechs that are the engine of the drug development ecosystem. And even worse, for …
 
How can farmers adapt to climate changes? How can regenerative farmers have livelihoods that nourish themselves and their communities? How can we break free of the commodity mindset and rethink the US food system? Bob Quinn’s remarkable memoir of his decades living and working on a Montana farm offers unique insights into all of these pressing ques…
 
In this episode, I interview Bianca Welsh, the Co-owner of Stillwater Restaurant, and Founder of From Experience, a mental health service based in Launceston, Tasmania. Bianca Welsh is a Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor who aims to equip business owners with the tools they need to help identify mental illness in the workplace, understan…
 
Nick talks to paleoanthropologist Dr. Lee Berger about human evolution. Dr. Berger is a professor of anthropology in South Africa, explorer-in-residence for National Geographic, and author of, "Becoming Human." Lee's team has mapped and explored caves all over South Africa, discovering a treasure trove of ancient human fossils. This includes the di…
 
At the Precipice: New Mexico's Changing Climate (U New Mexico Press, 2020) explores the question many of us have asked ourselves: What kind of world are we leaving to our children? The realities of climate change consume the media and keep us up at night worrying about the future. But in New Mexico and the larger Southwest, climate change has been …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Listen in as co-host Carrie Nixon chats with René Quashie, VP of Digital Health at the Consumer Technology Association. The two discuss digital health innovations as "consumer technology." In this episode you’ll discover: How the Consumer Technology Association supports Digital Health innovators. The most importa…
 
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