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Forbes Insights Futures In Focus is about tomorrow’s world and how visionaries and leaders are thinking about it, helping us design for it, and guiding us towards it so that we can thrive. Nothing is certain about the future except the need to design differently for it than the world we live in today. Host is Michael Gale, best-selling author of The Digital Helix.
 
The award-winning Curiosity Daily podcast from Curiosity.com will help you get smarter about the world around you — every day. In less than 10 minutes, you’ll get a unique mix of research-based life hacks, the latest science and technology news, and more. Discovery's Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer will help you learn about your mind and body, outer space and the depths of the sea, and how history shaped the world into what it is today.
 
Maximizing autoimmune health through the paleo autoimmune protocol and functional medicine. This bi-weekly podcast combines personal stories of the autoimmune experience, with interviews with experts on nutrition, lifestyle, the mind-body connection, autoimmune disease, root cause troubleshooting, and more. Hosted by Eileen Laird, author of A Simple Guide to the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol. She dedicates this podcast to anyone whose autoimmune disease knocked them down so hard, they wondered i ...
 
The primary objective of The Helix Center for Interdisciplinary Investigation is not to obtain knowledge, per se, but to aspire to an unhurried search for wisdom, emphasizing the centrality of a sense of wonder in this endeavor. Philosophically, we stand against the trivialization of thought and the balkanization within and between the sciences and the arts. Fundamental to our promotion of these views is our roundtable format of open, spontaneous discourse, one facilitating novel encounters ...
 
The Helix After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Syfy's Helix.Show Summary: Drs. Alan Farragut and Julia Walker — scientists who used to be married and, at one time, worked for the Centers for Disease Control — have seen their share of disease outbreaks in their careers, whether or their own or with the agency. The outbreaks seem to be getting worse every time, causing them to face life-and-death struggles in order to contain the viruses they come up against. Fighting the disea ...
 
This is a feed of all things unoriginal (i.e., not created, edited, published, or hosted by me). In particular, it's a feed comprising of a subset of all the audio content (again, created, edited, published, and hosted by others) that I would have happened to have listened to or been listening to at the time. The main purpose is for me to aggregate all the different RSS feeds for different audiobooks in one place. The subjects will be naturally varied, however, one expect a recurrence of con ...
 
You want to get "all the poop" on syfy, fantasy, thriller, and horror series & movies currently out there? Well, you've come to the right place! James Iaccino, the soon-to-be regenerated Doctor #14 of Space & Time, discusses all shows that are fantastic, like THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, TRUE BLOOD, THE STRAIN, ARROW, THE FLASH, SUPERNATURAL, GRIMM, HELIX, ONCE UPON A TIME, UNDER THE DOME, and DOCTOR WHO.
 
Mendelspod was founded in 2011 by Theral Timpson and Ayanna Monteverdi to advance life science research, connecting people and ideas. Influenced by the thinking tools developed by Eli Goldgratt, the founders bring a unique approach to media in the life sciences. With help from our advisors around the industry, Mendelspod goes beyond quick sound bites to create a space for probing conversations and deep insight into the topics and trends which shape the industry's future and therefore our fut ...
 
Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university. Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics such as: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, ...
 
Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Emmy Award-winning writer/producer on "Lost" and creator of "The Middleman") and Jose Molina (writer/producer on "Sleepy Hollow," "Firefly," "Castle" and "Law & Order: SVU") share their hard-earned experiences, giving practical, straight-shooting advice on breaking into television and staying there!
 
Do you aspire to become the CEO or CMO of your company one day? We created the Connections Podcast to help you accelerate your career by connecting you to some of the most admired leaders and legends in the marketing, media and advertising industry. Learn about their life story, how they got their first job, what were their successes and failures and how they overcame them. Pick up tactics that they have used to achieve success in their careers.
 
All Things Data Podcast, in the spirit of Daniel Kaheman, Peter Diamandis and Google “moonshots”, brings together leading data scientists, technologists, business model experts and futurists to discuss how to utilize, harness and deploy data science, data-driven strategies and enable digital transformation. The idea is to embrace nuance and complexity and have “yes, but…” moments to provide insight and guidance. The ability to discuss hard science if needed, yet balancing with business or so ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
Welcome to the OCR Disrupt Podcast with Nick Day and James Ruckley. This podcast is all about obstacle course racing (OCR). We discuss and review kit, races, OCR community fundraising, athletes, events, provide tips, advice and tackle the controversial obstacle course racing conversations. We also try and find out just who could possibly beat Jon at Obstacle Course Racing? Expect moans, groans, whinging, whining, expletives, profanity and laughter as Nick and James attempt to tackle and deba ...
 
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Helix is a Super Monkey Ball enthusiast, speedrunner, and staff member for Midwest Speedfest. We chat speedruning, events, and gaming. Video: https://youtu.be/6axHtjNOe9s Helix Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/helix13_ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Helix13_ MidwestSpeedfest: https://midwestspeedfest.com/ Join the Sequence Break Discord: https://discord…
 
Research shows that people with autoimmune disease have a higher risk of developing heart disease than the general population, and heart disease is already the number one killer worldwide. What's the cause of this connection? How can we minimize the risk? And if we already have cardiac problems, are they reversible? These are the questions we'll be…
 
The Academy Awards are back and in this episode I break down all the Oscar nominees and winners and I also review every Best Picture nominee! Be sure to Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher or wherever podcasts are found! Helix Reviews is now on YouTube and Rumble! Check me out! helixreviewspodcast@gmail.com Episode 284: https://ia601505.us.archive.org…
 
Learn about how kids as young as 8 show a gender gap when it comes to negotiating; how speaking another language can change your personality; and what paleontologists can learn from a momentous new discovery of fossilized dinosaur embryos. Kids as young as 8 show a gender gap when it comes to negotiating by Kelsey Donk Children As Young As Eight Sh…
 
Captain Sig Hansen from “Deadliest Catch” discusses the surprising ways the coronavirus pandemic made the world’s most dangerous job even harder. Then, you’ll learn about our moon’s comet-like tail that collides with Earth every month. Learn more about Deadliest Catch, Tuesdays at 8 PM ET/PT on Discovery Official website https://www.discovery.com/s…
 
how much money would it take to fix this planet and how long would it take us to fuck up a different one? we are available for hire for any no frills no bullshit straight talk consultant work. dm through patreon. https://www.patreon.com/thetroubledhelixpodcastnetworkBy the troubled helix podcast network
 
Learn about a 5-step process for finding work-life balance; photosynthetic bacteria that have never seen the sun; and why researchers build a digital model of the ancient Greek Antikythera mechanism: the first known analog computer. A 5-step process for hitting the moving target of work-life balance by Kelsey Donk Lufkin, B. (2021). Why it’s wrong …
 
Learn about why quitting smoking is good for your mental health, too; and why it’s possible to practice too much. We’ll also answer a listener question about how to get people to believe science, with some help from a special guest, Bill Nye. Quitting smoking is good for your mental health, too by Steffie Drucker Cochrane Review finds stopping smok…
 
Bestselling author and CBS news correspondent David Pogue explains why climate change is leading to more kidney stones and bar fights. Then, learn about the “doorway effect” when you forget why you walked into a room; and whether you should exercise on an empty stomach. Additional resources from David Pogue: Pick up "How to Prepare for Climate Chan…
 
Bestselling author and CBS news correspondent David Pogue discusses why preparing for climate change is just as important as fighting it, with. Then, you’ll learn why you can make someone less defensive by making them feel validated. Additional resources from David Pogue: Pick up "How to Prepare for Climate Change: A Practical Guide to Surviving th…
 
Greg has been a technology entrepreneur since 1998. Before Greg founded CryptoStopper, he started Axis Backup, a backup and disaster recovery company for the insurance industry. He saw firsthand the rapid increase in the damage cyber criminals were doing with debilitating malware resulting in high financial loss to vulnerable companies. Between 201…
 
Learn about why social egalitarians are more likely to discriminate against older adults; why throbbing pain has nothing to do with your pulse; and why naturally gluten-free food is labeled gluten-free. The biggest advocates for equality are most likely to discriminate against older adults at work by Kelsey Donk Advocates Of Equality For All Are Mo…
 
Learn about how researchers built a “soft robot” that reached the depths of the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the ocean; why musicians with brain tumors serenade their surgeons; and the best way to phrase words of comfort. A "soft robot" reached the deepest part of the ocean by Grant Currin Li, G., Chen, et al. (2021). Self-powered soft robot…
 
How did we get a rocket to the moon in 1969? Why can't we get back to the moon in 2021? And whatever happened to space shuttles? This week, Nick and Ellie discuss the past, present and future of humans in space travel and the technological ebbs and flows of rocketry. An Everyday Dissection can be found on twitter @edissect, where you can learn more…
 
Bill Nye discusses the 2 things that make “science” what it is. Then, you’ll learn about how female tree frogs have noise-canceling lungs; and why your stomach growls when you’re hungry. Additional resources from Bill Nye: Official website https://billnye.com/ Bill Nye’s podcast, Science Rules! https://www.askbillnye.com/ Pick up “Bill Nye's Great …
 
To help you celebrate Earth Day, Bill Nye discusses some unexpected ways we can save our environment, including raising the standard of living for women and girls. Then, you’ll learn about why spicy solar panels capture more sunlight — with a little help from capsaicin. Additional resources from Bill Nye: Official website https://billnye.com/ Bill …
 
Bill Nye explains why you should be excited about the Perseverance Rover and the Mars 2020 mission. Plus: learn about why old tech is better than new tech when it comes to connecting during COVID and a 5-minute trick for falling asleep faster. When it comes to connecting during COVID, old tech outranks new tech by Kelsey Donk Call me, maybe? UNLV s…
 
Learn about why cannabis gives people the munchies; the Bicameral Mind theory that says the ancient Greeks lacked consciousness; and the evolutionary reason why you listen to songs on repeat. Why does cannabis give you the munchies? by Grant Currin Hull, M. (2019, April 17). The science behind munchies: cannabis and your appetite. Examine.com; Exam…
 
“The new drug is the engaged individual,” says today’s guest, Daniel Kraft.Daniel is the founder of Exponential Medicine where he has championed digital health and the explosion of wearable technologies. He's also hosting the new Healthy Conversations podcast--go check it out! There you will find interviews with the innovator’s of today’s medical c…
 
Learn about why you can BS a BS-er; how you can get your hands on some of the world’s oldest books at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library; and a sea slug in the genus Elysia that cuts off its own head when it wants a new body. You *can* BS a BSer — but it depends on the kind of BS by Steffie Drucker It Turns Out You Can Bullshit A Bullshitter After…
 
Amy Glynn, Vice President of Student Financial Success at CampusLogic joined the podcast to discuss new research on the financial reasons students are actually dropping out of college, and how we can create award letters that make sure we’re communicating our financial offer as clearly as possible.By Eric Olsen: AVP of Marketing at Helix Education
 
Stool testing is one of the first tests run by functional medicine practitioners, because gut health and autoimmune health are intimately connected. However, not all tests are the same. What are the different types? Which are the most accurate? What can and can't they tell us? What are some stool testing myths? And how can they help us on our healt…
 
Learn about a new computer model that may have gotten us closer to figuring out how we choose our mates; why Meno’s paradox says you can’t ever learn anything new; and whether the Earth weighs the same as it did billions of years ago. How do we choose our mates? A new computer model may have gotten us closer to the answer by Cameron Duke Computer l…
 
Learn about how blind and low-vision gamers have an edge when it comes to certain games, with Cornell University Professor Andrew Campana. Then, learn how some viruses actually protect their hosts; and the shocking solution to the Monty Hall Problem, an infamous brain teaser that may leave you questioning your math skills. Additional resources from…
 
Michael Peachey is the Vice President of User Experience at RingCentral. RingCentral is a global provider of cloud enterprise unified communications and collaboration solutions. RingCentral's total revenue was $1.2 billion in 2020, up from $903 million in 2019, representing 31% growth with 7,000 employees. In his past, Michael ran an Internet desig…
 
Learn about how blind and low-vision gamers are taking the “video” out of video games, with Cornell University Professor Andrew Campana. Then, learn about a newly discovered mammoth fossil that shatters the record for the oldest DNA we’ve ever found. Additional resources from Andrew Campana: Andrew Campana's faculty page: https://asianstudies.corne…
 
Gelly is a "glitch-hunting f**kface with expertise in 3D first person puzzlers, like the talos principle, realMyst, manifold garden, and others." He joins the podcast to share wisdom and a good time. Gelly Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/gelly YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjCqVYOb4wEg2KX2ifl9X4g Twitter: https://twitter.com/GellyGelberts…
 
Learn about why engineers tested a temporary “smart tattoo” that emits light via OLEDs; a female vampire bat that adopted her best friend’s baby after the friend’s death; and how you can sharpen your mind with device-free quiet time. Engineers tested a temporary "smart tattoo" that emits light by Steffie Drucker Light-emitting tattoo engineered for…
 
In at #65 of the American Film Institute's top 100 movies is The African Queen. Do I like this classic wartime, romance? Listen in and find out! Be sure to Subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher or wherever podcasts are found! Helix Reviews is now on YouTube and Rumble! Check me out! helixreviewspodcast@gmail.com The American Film Institute's #65 Review:…
 
Learn about how atheists and believers have different moral compasses; how scientists will know if life ever existed on Mars; and how to persuade people to do what you want using the foot-in-the-door technique. Atheists and believers both have moral compasses -- they're just different by Kelsey Donk Ståhl, T. (2021). The amoral atheist? A cross-nat…
 
Nick and Ellie discuss potential breakthroughs in anti-aging technologies from the biology of giant clams, opossums, and lobsters. We discuss the work and life of former lion tamer and current professor Dr. Steven Austad and whether living as a lobster would be a worthy price of immortality. An Everyday Dissection can be found on twitter @edissect,…
 
Learn about how we could use DNA to store all of human knowledge for thousands of years. Then, test your podcast knowledge with the Curiosity Challenge trivia game. You’ll also learn about why becoming a parent may help you live longer. DNA data storage could store all human knowledge in a small space for thousands of years by Grant Currin TED-Ed. …
 
Learn about how mice seem to feel each other’s pain; why our known solar system just got a little bigger thanks to “Farfarout” 2018 AG37; and the history of quinine, the malaria cure that eventually led to the gin and tonic. Mice seem to feel each other's pain by Steffie Drucker Mice feel for each other. (2021, January 15). Mice feel for each other…
 
Scientist and award-winning author Camilla Pang explains why she wanted to write a manual for humans. You’ll also learn about the planetary chaos that resulted when the Earth’s magnetic poles reversed. Additional resources from Camilla Pang: Pick up "An Outsider's Guide to Humans: What Science Taught Me About What We Do and Who We Are" from Amazon:…
 
First comes love, then comes marriage; then comes the genomic couple's report. Isn't that how the line goes?Perhaps that's a how it will begin to go.Today's guest is the founder of Orchid Health, which as of this week is offering the world’s first risk prediction couple’s report. Based on whole genome sequencing from a saliva sample that expectant …
 
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