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Awesome Astronomy explores the frontiers of science, space and our evolving understanding of the universe. Join Ralph, Paul & Jeni for informative and fun astronomy programmes dedicated to space and astronomy news and monthly podcast extras covering hot topics and special interviews in the world of science and astronomy.
 
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The first therapeutic radiographer led oncology podcast. Discussing a wide range of oncology topics along with sharing experiences from patients, students and healthcare professionals within the cancer care and wider healthcare community.
 
When the world seems to be falling apart around you where do you find peace? This podcast is designed to help the listener find God in all circumstances of life. Your spiritual guides and hosts are Dave Tucker, pastor of St. Timothy Cumberland Presbyterian Church, in Bedford TX and Dusty Luthy, Pastor of Denton First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/spiritualitypodcast/support
 
How are companies utilising technology to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges? What are the latest developments in the world of AI and emerging technology? How is technology changing the world that we live in? Join CognitionX co-founders, Charlie Muirhead and Tabitha Goldstaub, and the CognitionX team in navigating the complex world of AI and Emerging Tech. Tune in to hear world-class talks, presentations, and interviews as we look to answer some of today’s most pressing questions.
 
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On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
The narrowly passed $369 billion climate package approved by the Senate on Sunday could bring money to San Diego. That funding could be used on rooftop solar, zero-emissions vehicles and more. Nationally, it's expected to reduce emissions by 40 percent over 2005 levels. Union-Tribune reporter Deborah Sullivan Brennan has more.…
 
Naman Julka-Anderson and Jo McNamara catch up with Nic Vernon as part of Living With and Beyond Cancer Series (Part 15). Discussion around returning to work after cancer in the NHS and navigating a cancer diagnosis. To use this podcast as CPD, look at these reflection points: 1) what support is available to patients in your department around work a…
 
Immigration reporter Kate Morrissey, Baja California reporter Wendy Fry, lead video journalist Alejandro Tamayo, managing editor Lora Cicalo, and editor and publisher Jeff Light discuss the award-winning work from Union-Tribune journalists.By San Diego News Fix
 
Old Town has long been a tourist destination, but that could be changing. Since the Old Town Urban Market opened nine months ago, even locals are flocking to the outdoor food hall. Located at Congress and Twiggs streets, the market is home to eight local Latino-owned businesses. U-T food writer Pam Kragen visited the space recently.…
 
Last October, a 17-year-old girl was allegedly raped by five San Diego State University football players at an off-campus party.San Diego Police Department said Thursday it has concluded its criminal investigation and will submit its findings to the District Attorney. The university, however, is just starting its own investigation, nine months afte…
 
Monkeypox has now reached a state of emergency in California. The state has seen about 800 cases so far, with about 40 so far in San Diego County, which declared its own state of emergency on Monday. You can find more information about vaccines and how to protect yourself at sandiegocounty.gov. Fernando Z. López, executive director of San Diego Pri…
 
Naman Julka-Anderson andJo McNamara catch up with Lucy Eldridge as part of Education and Workforce Development Series (Part 16) Discussion around the role of dieticians in the cancer care pathway. To use this podcast as CPD, look at these reflection points: 1) Consider what food means to your patients and how that can change with a diagnosis of can…
 
The Wu family, who owns Mongolian Hot Pot restaurant in Clairemont, came to the United States from Inner Mongolia, China, in 1995. The parents, Gary and Mindy Wu, left their home and jobs as artists and architects to come to the United States and start restaurants. It was a struggle at first, but soon after the family found success, opening a Rice …
 
The Discussion: The release of JWST’s first images, the press conferences and media coverage. Emails on astrophotography, Dr Jen’s TV appearances and a more politically correct alternative name for JWST. The News: Rounding up the astronomy news in August, we have: We now know why Jupiter doesn’t have rings like Saturn A huge triple star system with…
 
Part of the 101 Ash Street saga is settled, and the city of San Diego will take ownership of the building. The San Diego City Council voted 6-3 Tuesday to settle the city’s lawsuits over leases for 101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza. Watchdog reporter Jeff McDonald explains.By San Diego News Fix
 
On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
On 27 September 2021, the ODI in partnership with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (LCFI) at the University of Cambridge and the Center for Responsible AI at NYU (NYU R/AI) convened an online roundtable to explore experimentation in data policy and practice around how structurally under-represented communities in North America a…
 
In the city of San Diego, single family homeowners do not pay a fee for trash pickup, while businesses and condo owners do. The law is 103 years old, and known as the People's Ordinance. This November, voters will have a change to repeal it. David Garrick covers the city for the Union-Tribune.By San Diego News Fix
 
Seaport Village might be a step closer to its long-awaited makeover. Last week, the Port of San Diego Commissioners reviewed a new proposal from 1HWY1, which would add hotels, retail space, offices, parks, piers and more. Business reporter Jennifer Van Grove joins me to talk about the project.By San Diego News Fix
 
**Trigger warning** Jo McNamara and Naman Julka-Anderson catch up with Charlie Wardle as part of Living With and Beyond Cancer Series (Part 14). To use this podcast as CPD, look at these reflection points: 1) Reflect on the impact a cancer diagnosis can have on someone’s mental health. 2) What psychological support services are available in your de…
 
Isabelle DeMillan is the owner of The Mighty Bin, San Diego's first no-waste grocery store. The shop on El Cajob Boulevard sells plastic-free, package free, organic food, personal care items and home goods. In this interview, DeMillan discusses how she got started, how owning less can make you happier, and how you can start your own zero-waste life…
 
Jo McNamara and Naman Julka-Anderson catch up with Natasha Pisarski, Kylie Sheppard and Jeni Hart as part of Education and Workforce Development Series (Part 15). To use this podcast as CPD, look at these reflection points: 1. Does your workplace have a return to practice offer set up? If not, how could you facilitate this? Utilise the Health Educa…
 
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