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Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate. New episodes are available every two weeks.
 
It's the 21st Century. Ever wondered what happened to all those inventions, conveniences, and other concepts the future was suppose to bring? Well, so have we. Here, at Doctor Geek's Laboratory, we will explore all the realms of applied geekdom. We will examine the future that was, the future that is, and the future that has not yet come to pass. Through enthusiasm, passion, and humor, we hope to bring our audience closer to the scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs, tinkerers, and others who ...
 
This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is produced by the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. The AMT Lab staff currently includes Dr. Brett Crawford (Executive Director), Lutie Rodriguez (Chief Editor of Research), Angela Johnson (Podcast Produc ...
 
Advances in Clinical Laboratory DiagnosticsPodcast Series Summary: SelectScience’s Clinical Editor, Sonia Nicholas, interviews a series of leading scientists about how advances in technology are changing the face of clinical laboratory diagnostics. At a time when healthcare professionals face numerous challenges including economic and workforce pressures, and increased demands on services, how are these advances helping to optimize workflow and improve patient care?Join the SelectScience com ...
 
Listen in to stay up to date with all things 'laboratory'. In a rapidly evolving world, Laboratory News podcasts offer laboratory managers, technicians and researchers an entertaining catch up on some of the most interesting science and technology stories. From innovative solutions for core business problems to interviews introducing novel science and disruptive technologies. Helping you drive your laboratory into the future by keeping you lab savvy. www.labnews.co.uk
 
Welcome to the lab! Hit the books with Shane, Jack and Lukas, as these three college students analyze the latest news in fantasy football all while helping you to school the competition. Join the trio as they experiment with mock drafts and test out every science pun in the book. Become a brainiac today! New episodes air Mondays and Thursdays. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shane-palma/support
 
Lieder Laboratory is a monthly podcast about art songs in South Africa, the inspiration behind them, and how art song as a genre can help us contribute and promote the art song in the South African musical landscape. The South African art song is unique. Our goal is to freely explore and promote the art form and collaboratively stimulate the creation of new work reflecting our unique and vibrant community, without boundaries. Our aim is to collaborate with composers, performers, and industry ...
 
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Victoria is joined by AMT Lab contributor, Georgia Calawerts, to discuss the environmental footprint of the film industry and the steps entertainment companies can take to decrease their carbon footprint. Conversations touch on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), carbon offsetting versus net-zero emissions, the environmental impact of a single ep…
 
In our latest podcast, renowned composer Hendrik Hofmeyr shares his views on the art song, vocal music, as well as an interesting discussion on opera and libretto writing. Hofmeyr is one of South Africa's most prolific composers, having written several operas, scores of art songs, and a plethora of instrumental and orchestral works. In 1998, he won…
 
Victoria is joined by Dr. Heng Wu, Curator of Asian art at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and Nick Pozek, Assistant Director at the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law at Columbia University to talk about the place of technology in the administrative and curatorial roles of art museums. Conversations touch on what it is like to work f…
 
On this month's Let’s Talk, Victoria and Andrew dive into the Twitch security breach and the privacy implications of Facebook attempting to build out the metaverse (a 3D virtual space where people interact with each other as avatars in a real-world space) when it seems they, and other Big Tech companies, have little concern with people’s private in…
 
In the second episode of Lieder Laboratory, Pieter Bezuidenhout, composer, discusses his approach to composing art song, choral music, and music in general. In a lively discussion, Franco Prinsloo and Chris Vale ask Pieter about writing for voice and harp, setting the poetry of Breyten Breytenbach, and the art of capturing the idiomatic inflection …
 
Your Two Sea Fans are back—just in time to talk about tiny turtles! In this episode, Joe and Hayley catch up with Dr. Jake Lasala of Mote's Sea Turtle Conservation & Research Program in this midst of his busy fieldwork season, when he spends nights on the beach collecting and releasing sea turtle hatchlings various studies. One study is helping to …
 
In this episode, Angela has a conversation with Kirk Savage, a world-renowned University of Pittsburgh professor of Art History who has committed his life to the study and writing of public monuments. The discussion touches on the problematic aspects of public monuments, their contribution to historical erasure, and how we as a society and industry…
 
In Lieder Laboratory's debut episode, Chris Vale (baritone), Marilize Hattingh (soprano), and Franco Prinsloo (composer) tell us more about who they are, what led them to lieder, and what made them launch Lieder Laboratory. A lively discussion about what lieder is leads to a deeper understanding of why this art form is important to the rich musical…
 
In this episode, B and Lutie talk about the remote and hybrid work landscape as employers and employees navigate a possible return to so-called normalcy as well as trends and implications of screen time. Then, B and AMT Lab Podcast Producer Angela Johnson chat with AMT Lab contributor Andrew Wolverton about the popular livestreaming software Stream…
 
To help unpack the complexities of the NFT marketplace, this episode weaves together interviews conducted by B Crittenden with three people who have expertise and varying perspectives on NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. B discusses how arts and culture are interacting with NFTs; the impact of NFTs and cryptocurrency, in general; and where this technol…
 
In this episode, B Crittenden and Dr. Brett Crawford speak with Dr. Gigi Johnson, Founder and President of Rethink Next and Executive Director of the Maremel Institute. They discuss the future of music education and virtual learning, emerging business models in the creative industry, and questioning the unquestioned.…
 
In this episode, B Crittenden and Lutie Rodriguez with guest Ariel Miller focus on recent news surrounding two popular apps: TikTok and Spotify. From biometric data collection to speech analysis on Spotify, what are these apps doing to increase audience engagement and personalization? How does that impact users’ data privacy?…
 
In this episode, a panel of AMT Lab contributors review their experiences with virtual museum engagement technology for institutions including the Benaki Museum in Greece, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands. The featured panelists are Angela Johnson, Emily White, and Junyu Sun.…
 
Returning to our expert, Jessica Evans, a Member Recruitment Executive at The Royal Society of Chemistry, we revisit the topic of continued professional development, or CPD. In particular, we consider in more detail the benefits to be gained by joining a professional body or member organisation offering structured CPD appropriate to specific scient…
 
In this In this episode, AMT Lab Podcast Producer Angela Johnson interviews Andrew Recinos, President and CEO of Tessitura Network; Kathleen Barrett, Senior Vice President of Enterprise and Head of Creative Success at Vimeo; and Emma Keith, the Director of Digital Media at the National Theatre in London, about the recent strategic partnership betwe…
 
In this month's Let's Talk episode, Angela and B speak with AMT Lab's Chief Editor, Lutie Rodriguez, about broadband access and its relationship with arts vibrancy. They then recap and reflect on the 2021 Oscars awards and discuss the new iOS update featuring App Tracking Transparency, which allows users to conveniently opt out of data tracking and…
 
In this episode, AMT Lab guest contributors Carol Niedringhaus and Katie Winter review VR experiences using Google Cardboard and Mozilla Hubs. Google Cardboard is, as the name indicates, a cardboard headset in which you can place a smartphone and engage with VR-based apps, such as Google Arts & Culture. Mozilla Hubs allows you to “share a virtual r…
 
In this month’s Let’s Talk episode, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden discuss the BIPOC-led filmmaker collective, Beyond Inclusion, and their letter to PBS concerning its overreliance on Ken Burns to the detriment of filmmakers of color. They also cover the Small Business Association’s Shuttered Venue Operators Grant application process and the pros …
 
In this month’s Let’s Talk episode, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden are joined by AMT Lab Chief Editor Lutie Rodriguez to discuss the latest update on Google Chrome’s planned elimination of third-party cookies. Angela and B then share their thoughts on NFTs and the Loud & Clear web portal, Spotify’s attempt at increasing royalty transparency.…
 
In this episode, AMT Lab contributors Rosemary Haynes, Sam Houle, and Morgan Kasprowicz explore the complicated relationship of art and the internet through the story of net art, particularly Zach Blas’ Contra-Internet. They also examine these ideas through the lenses of data policy and sociological theory and discuss what this means for arts manag…
 
In part two of the two-part interview with Renée Vara, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden discuss with her sharing art digitally and some of the opportunities and challenges that can arise. They also talk about some changes and possibilities for the future of the arts. Renée is the founder of Vara Art. She is a cultural entrepreneur, advisor, curator,…
 
In part one of this two-part interview with Renée Vara, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden discuss with her the changing arts landscape and the landmark Visual Arts Rights Act (VARA) litigation, 5Pointz v. G&M Realty, and Renée’s involvement with that case. Renée is the founder of Vara Art. She is a cultural entrepreneur, advisor, curator, and educato…
 
Angela Johnson and B Crittenden discuss the implications of the recent Golden Globe nominations, followed by a conversation about B’s research on if and why some arts organizations should look to distribute their performances on aggregate streaming platforms. They also discuss virtual volunteering and recent virtual solutions to audience engagement…
 
In the first Let’s Talk episode of the new year, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden chat about new works that have entered the public domain as of January 1, 2021 and differences in arts policy and funding between the Trump and Biden administrations. This episode was recorded before the inauguration, so we will continue to watch what happens in Biden’…
 
In this interview episode, summer podcast lead Michael Butler speaks with composer Tyson Cazier about the field of adaptive music, rising technologies in the field, and Tyson’s approach to storytelling in soundtrack composition. Cazier composes for video games and film and is a guitar professor at Utah State University.…
 
In this month’s Let’s Talk episode, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden chat about how news of the Covid-19 vaccine is affecting attendance at arts institutions, as well as racial biases in AI implementation in museums. They also share their technology resolutions for 2021. Do you have any tech resolutions? Let us know in the comments!…
 
Drug discovery is a tough endeavour - but could nature offer a helping hand? I spoke to Steve Trim, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder of Venomtech to find out why some of the world's deadliest creatures hold the key to pharmaceutical success. Taking in poisonous snails, spiders, snakes and arthropods - this episode isn't for the squeamish... but…
 
In this interview episode, Podcast Producer Angela Johnson speaks with Toya Lillard, Executive Director of viBe Theater Experience. In November 2020, she gave a guest lecture for the College of Fine Arts and Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University on using an abolitionist framework within the arts and cultural sector.…
 
In this year’s Christmas Lectures from the Royal Institution, three scientists from different fields will present a unique ‘user’s guide’ to Planet Earth. They will unravel astonishing global systems and remarkable natural wonders that combine to keep life on Earth alive. I spoke to each them about their work, the lectures and many other things bes…
 
In this month’s Let’s Talk episode, Angela Johnson and B Crittenden chat about antitrust in Big Tech with AMT Lab contributor Sam Houle. They also discuss safe ways to celebrate and connect over the upcoming holidays and recent trends in fundraising leading up to #GivingTuesday.
 
In this interview episode, our former Podcast Producer, Alyssa Wroblewski, along with our former Technology and Innovative Content Manager, Grace Puckett, sat down with Heather McElwee, the Randi & L. Van V. Dauler, Jr. Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Glass Center. They discussed the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design of the w…
 
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