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Radio Spectrum is a twice-weekly look at the cultural, business, societal, and personal consequences (intended and otherwise!) of today’s and tomorrow’s technologies. We’re the podcast of IEEE Spectrum, the flagship magazine and website of the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences.
 
"I started this series as a means for exploration, an exploration of self, and an exploration of the perspectives of other artists. This series is an unabridged documentation of conversations between artists. It’s a series dedicated to breaking down the barriers we tend to set up in our own minds. I want to inspire future creatives to have the courage to explore and experiment. This is about making dreams a reality and not about letting our dreams fall to the wayside. My intention is to give ...
 
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Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 179 1. DVBBS – Fool For Ya 2. Sonny Fodera & Just Kiddin ft. Lilly Ahiberg – Closer 3. R3HAB, Fafaq & DNF – Sorry I Missed Your Call 4. Shift K3Y ft. Tinashe – Love Line 5. Vavo ft. Tyler Mann - Pieces 6. Tungevaag – Young Summer (Tungevaag & Stefan Bors Remix) 7. Hook N Sling & Galantis ft. Karen Harding – Th…
 
As we begin to finally address climate change in a serious way, we need to look at our cities in a serious way. And not just first-tier cities like, well, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles, and not just flashy growing cities like Las Vegas, Austin, Atlanta, and Columbus. We need to look at cities like Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, …
 
Nadia Waheed, BFA 2015 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, is a Pakistani-American painter who makes partially autobiographical allegorical figurative paintings that explore selfhood, choice, and cultural trauma. Exhibition history includes shows with Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami, BEERS London, Thierry Goldberg in New York, and Gallery 1957 i…
 
Untreated wastewater "routinely released into UK rivers" is creating microplastic hotspots on riverbeds. That is the conclusion of a study in Greater Manchester, which revealed high concentrations of plastic immediately downstream of treatment works. The team behind the research concluded: untreated wastewater was the key source of river microplast…
 
I suppose it’s elitist and maybe even nationalistic of me but I was surprised to hear the phrase “resource curse,” which I associate with the developing world, used recently in a webinar in the context of a region of the United States. The region is northern Appalachia, comprising 22 counties in eastern Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and northern West…
 
The son of Chinese immigrants, Nicholas came to LA by way of Hawaii and Hong Kong. Working as a truly international director, he has helmed global campaigns for brands like Google, Samsung, Disney, P&G, Kia, Dewars, and Nestle, working closely with top agencies such as BBDO, Ogilvy & Mather, and Iris Worldwide. In the music world, he is an MTV VMA …
 
Despite being home to our early ancestors, attempts to find evidence of early burials in Africa have proved unsuccessful. That is until now. Professor María Martinón-Torres explains how findings from a 78,000-year-old Kenyan grave shed light on how our ancestors related to the dead. In keeping with the theme of clues from the past, Cardiff Universi…
 
Justin Daashuur Hopkins is a multidisciplinary storyteller (Director and Cinematographer, Musician and Composer, Graphic Designer, and Gallerist). Born into an artistic household, to renowned Illustrator Chris Hopkins and internationally collected sculptor Jan Hopkins, Justin was raised in Mukilteo, Washington, but now lives and works in Los Angele…
 
Now that NASA engineers have successfully flown a helicopter remotely on Mars planetary scientists are exploring how to use the technology elsewhere. Marnie Chesterton talks to Elizabeth "Zibi" Turtle, from Johns Hopkins University who is working on a mission to fly a drone, called Dragonfly, above Titan, one of Saturn's moons. A new report that ha…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 178 1. Bingo Players & Oomloud – Touch & Go 2. Raven & Kreyn – Lift Your Voices 3. Good Times Ahead – So Good 4. Sick Individuals ft. Ekko - Flame 5. Matt Nash & Mojjo ft. Lucas Ariel - Kryptonite 6. Marc Benjamin & Bancali – Miss You 7. Jay Hardway – In My Head 8. Promise Land - Revenge 9. Issam Alnajjar, Lou…
 
Johan Van Mullem (Belgian painter born in 1959) persisted in his youthful search for wrinkled faces, seeking the beauty he recognized in an experience engraved on the faces and in the hands. Since then, the face remains the major subject of his work but over time reversing the imprint of it on his own face while these subjects seem to rejuvenate, d…
 
This week has seen a huge surge in Covid- 19 in India leading to concern of a "double mutant" variant, but what do we know about this B.1.617 as it is otherwise known. It was first described in October and is now in other countries including the UK. Virologist Dr Muge Cevik looks at the emerging evidence around vaccines and new variants.Climate cha…
 
In the world of prosthetics, we’re still at the stage where a person has to instruct the prosthetic to first do one thing, then another, then another. As University of Waterloo Ph.D. researcher Brokoslaw Laschowski puts it, “Every time you want to perform a new locomotor activity, you have to stop, take out your smartphone and select the desired mo…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Mauro Martinez juxtaposes common pictorial forms from art history with the monotonous streams of online imagery that we, as an increasingly digital society, are so often subjected to. Skillfully utilizing metaphor, irony, and dark humor, Martinez’s paintings respond to the doctrines of internet culture, at once critiqu…
 
Has there been any technology more widely talked about and yet still less understood than 5G? Qualcomm’s Vice President of Engineering, Our guest, John Smee, holds dozens of patents in wireless technologies; his designs and innovations range from CDMA and LTE to Wi-Fi and now 5G. He’ll explain the challenges of 5G—and what 6G will be like. A full t…
 
The story of what we understand about the rare cases of blood clots associated with certain Covid-19 vaccines is constantly evolving. In today’s programme Professor Beverley Hunt looks at the emerging evidence.How have the restrictions due to Covid 19 affected how we grieve? Professor Claire White, an expert in grief and mourning, is investigating …
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 177 1. DLMT – Watcha Gonna Do 2. Love Harder, Hugel & Tobtok ft. RBVLN – My Bed 3. Monocule & Nicky Romero – You Don’t Know 4. Shaun Frank & Ryland James – Save Me 5. Andrew Rayel – Silver Lining (DubVision Remix) 6. Timmy Trumpet & Afrojack – Stay Mine 7. TwoDB & Andrew Marks – In The Dark 8. Robert Falcon – …
 
In 2016, an accelerator physics centre called Fermilab acquired a massive circular 50 foot magnet from a lab in New York. Too big for the roads, the magnet had to take a 2000km detour via New Orleans to get to its new home. This was the start of the “muon g-2” experiment. Last week, Fermilab announced some of their results, and they don’t quite add…
 
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that the world is not only changing quickly, it’s changing at a faster rate than ever. Or does it just seem that way? Surely we can all agree that the Industrial Revolution has changed everything. Or has it? One noted economist says there in fact were three industrial revolutions, and only one of them—…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Lorne Lanning is an American game designer, director, writer, and voice actor. He is co-founder and creator of Oddworld Inhabitants. He is best known for creating the Oddworld series including the games Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus, Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee, Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath, and Oddworld…
 
Scientists were delighted earlier this year to find they would still have access to the EU Horizon 2020 funding and collaborations. Now, it has been revealed that membership of this group, which was previously paid for through fees to the European Union, may come directly from the science budget, at a cost of about £15 billion over the next 7 years…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Dr. Bruce Hoffman did not choose the Medical Arts as a vocation. Originally, he wanted to be a writer and poet. His interest in health and healing developed later in life, after a long and winding road of self-discovery, life experience, and learning. He only applied to medical school, so he could complete a residency …
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Jesse Damiani is a writer, curator, and cultural producer living in Los Angeles, CA. He covers art, media, and technology on Forbes, and serves as . Other writing appears in Billboard, Entrepreneur, Quartz, The Verge, and WIRED. He has consulted with Google, Oculus, and the Sundance Institute, and served as a mentor in…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 176 1. Nicky Romero – You Used To 2. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano – Let It Lie 3. Marcus Santoro & Isabelle Stern – It’s Not About You (BYOR Remix) 4. Blinders – Mind Of Mine 5. SLVR ft. Kework – Different 6. GT_Ofice ft. ZHIKO – Body Talks 7. Danny Avila – Searchlight 8. Michael Calfan - Body 9. Madism – Don…
 
The UK is reportedly halfway towards meeting its 2050 target of "net zero" carbon emissions. How did we get there and how will we achieve the next stage? ‘UK greenhouse gas emissions in 2020 were 51% below 1990 levels, according to a new Carbon Brief analysis. This means the UK is now halfway to meeting its target of “net-zero” emissions by 2050.’ …
 
At a conference of chief technology officers in 2016, General Michael Hayden, former head of, at different times, both the NSA and the CIA, told the audience, “Cyberwar isn’t exactly war, but it’s not not-war, either.” Cyberattacks, at the nation-state level, were already almost a decade old at that point. In 2007, over the course of 22 days a Russ…
 
We still know very little about exactly how the embryo forms out of a mass of dividing cells in those crucial first weeks after conception. This is also the time when many miscarriages occur, and scientists want to understand why. Couples going through IVF donate spare embryos for research and scientists are permitted to study them in a test tube, …
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 175 1. Loud Luxury & Ship Wrek ft. Gashi - Amnesia 2. Kaskade - Closer 3. Cuebrick, Futuristic Polar Bears & Angie Vu Ha ft. lives - Addiction 4. Steve Brian ft. Renee – Sweet Little Lies (Myon Remix) 5. Wave Wave & EMIAH – Missing U 6. Nicky Romero – Back To You 7. Carnage & Gordo - KTM 8. Tujamo – I Don’t Wa…
 
On Friday 5th March China published a draft for its 14th five-year plan in Beijing. The document acts as a national economic blueprint and was expected to provide an outline as to how the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gas emissions planned on tackling its target of reaching net zero emissions by 2060, put forward by President Xi Jinping las…
 
In the 2020 elections for the North Carolina State House, Democrats received 49 percent of the votes but won only 42.5 percent of the seats. In three-quarters of the state-level elections, the winning margin was more than 20 percentage points—in other words, landslides—even though statewide, the margins between the two main political parties is raz…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Nolwen is a first-generation Colombian-French photographer and director, working in Los Angeles. As a mixed-race queer woman, her identity plays an active role in the type of narratives she is drawn to. Her interests lie in shifting social consciousness, breaking down gender norms, and representation. Exploring portrai…
 
With global warming continuing to increase at an alarming rate, we need all the help we can get to lock up the carbon that we’ve released into the atmosphere. Fortunately, plants have evolved to do just this, but there’s a whole class of plants that often get forgotten: the mangroves and seagrasses that grow between land and sea, which are among th…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 174 1. Gryffin & Two Feet – I Want Love 2. Tom Staar & Cedric Gervais – Playing Games 3. Scott Garcia & Amy Lauren – Closer Than Close 4. Danny Quest & Cheat Codes ft. Hayley May – That Feeling 5. Sikdope – Waiting All Night 6. Dannic ft. Viiq – Let You Down 7. Ben Rainey – Secrets 8. Jordan Oliver & Triple M …
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Brian Booth Craig (b. 1968; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is a contemporary American representational sculptor. Sculpting from life and imagination, Brian’s work translates traditional techniques into depictions of contemporary human presence, capturing moments of individual self-assertion. Through ambiguous actions, surpr…
 
On Thursday, The UN Environmental Programme published a report called Making Peace With Nature. It attempts to synthesise vast amounts of scientific knowledge and communicate “how climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution can be tackled jointly within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals”. But it also offers clear and digestible…
 
Let’s face it. The United States, and, really, the entire world, has squandered much of the time that has elapsed since climate change first became a concern more than forty years ago.Increasingly, scientists are warning that taking coal plants offline, building wind and solar farms here and there, and planting trees, even everywhere, aren’t going …
 
On Thursday 18th Feb 2020 Nasa’s Perseverance Rover is due to touch down – gently and accurately – in the Jezero crater on Mars. Using similar nail-biting Sky Crane technology as its predecessor Curiosity, if successful it will amongst many other things attempt to fly the first helicopter in the thin Martian atmosphere, and leave small parcels of i…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Vanessa Prager (b. 1984) is an American artist, born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Known mainly for her large-scale, abstract oil paintings, Prager‘s main subject is the female figure. Thick, loose, heavily impastoed bodies melt in and out of their form, and what we consider beauty and identity is often a central them…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 173 1. Mike Williams & Jonas Aden – I Hope You Know 2. Arty – Take Your Time 3. Zookeper ft. Marihy – Think Of You 4. Vintage Culture & Fancy Inc ft. The Beach – Cali Dreams 5. Moodshift ft. Oliver Nelson, Lucas Nord & Flyckt – What About My Love (MistaJam Remix) 6. The Magician ft. Clypso – One Viberation 7. …
 
Victoria Gill and guests discuss the signs and symptoms of melting ice and anthropogenic climate warming, illicit CFC production and the racket we make in the seas. As two robotic missions from UAE and China arrive at Mars , and a third from NASA arrives next week, UK astronaut Tim Peake talks of the international collaboration in Mars research tha…
 
Many things have changed in 2020, and it’s an open question which are altered permanently and which are transitory. Work-from-home may be here to stay; as might the shift from movie theatres and cable tv networks to streaming services; pet adoption rates are so high that some animal shelters are empty and global greenhouse gas emissions declined in…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Julian Doan is a second-generation Vietnamese American filmmaker. He enjoys exploring the uncomfortable corners of our existence through awkward, yet heartfelt comedy. His past projects include the sentient zombie digital series “Everyone I Love Is Dead”. He is currently working on the editorial team of HBO's “In Treat…
 
Ahead of the COP summit in Glasgow at the end of the year, this week an important study was published that attempts to enumerate the value of biodiversity in the economics of humankind. Prof Sir Partha Dasgupta's review makes it clear how essential and yet vulnerable it is.Trees play a large part in the biosystems of the planet, and replanting them…
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded Mark Wolynn is the director of the Family Constellation Institute in San Francisco. He is a leading expert in the field of inherited family trauma. His book It Didn't Start With You: How Inherited Family Trauma Shapes Who We Are and How to End the Cycle (published by Viking/Penguin) is the winner of the 2016 Silver Nau…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 172 1. Lucas & Steve – I Want It All 2. DLMT & Mahalo - Destination 3. Elio Deejay & EMIAH – Cruel Intentions 4. TELYKast – Somebody New 5. Hook N Sling & Taranteeno – Stuck in 93 6. Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano ft. Hannah Ellis – What If 7. Laidback Luke ft. Ally Brooke – Dance It Off 8. Anabel Englund & MK …
 
www.patreon.com/artistdecoded When a musical ensemble chooses to self-title an album mid-career, it usually signifies their conviction that they’ve struck upon the motherlode, hit the jackpot, stepped up, and generally arrived at a point they’ve always strived for but never quite attained. Coming from GoGo Penguin at this stage in the game, it’s qu…
 
A year after the first SARS-Cov2 sequences were received in the vaccine labs, Dr Alex Lathbridge and guests look into ongoing development and what next year's booster shots might be like. Prof Robin Shattock's team at Imperial College are still working on their vaccine technology - called 'Self Amplifying RNA' or saRNA. A little bit behind their we…
 
Reports this week talk of some BAME ethnic minorities being significantly less likely to take a covid vaccine if offered. Vittal Katikireddi and Tolullah Oni both sit on the SAGE ethnicity subgroup, and they discuss with Alex Lathbridge where the figures come from and quite what they might mean. Some of these same groups have suffered some of the w…
 
Batteries have come a long way. What used to power flashlights and toys, Timex watches and Sony Walkmans, are now found in everything from phones and laptops to cars and planes. Batteries all work the same: Chemical energy is converted to electrical energy by creating a flow of electrons from one material to another; that flow generates an electric…
 
Tracklist for X-Change Theory Radio Ep 171 1. David Guetta & Morten ft. Lanie Gardner - Dreams 2. Bingo Players & Ida Corr – I Know This Club 3. Drist & Josh Dreon – By Your Side 4. Raye - Regardless 5. Substed - Blastem 6. Tungevaag & Jay Hardway - Kingdoms 7. Mesto & Justin Mylo – When We’re Gone 8. CID ft. Charlie Vox & Cinelu – Actin’ Fake 9. C…
 
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