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The audio magazine of WACKER shows the many exciting roles chemistry plays in everyday life. Each instalment will give you interesting insights into how chemistry ensures perfectly functioning products in all areas of life. Whether it is drugs, computers, cleaning agents, clothing or toys - WACKER products play a vital role almost everywhere. More: www.wacker.com/podcast
 
This podcast will be discussing scientific studies with various researchers from around the world in the Chemistry and Polymer Science fields. We will be bringing current research to your attention that can influence and improve the quality of our daily lives. We are your hosts, Dr Alicia Botes and Jacob Schekman. Alicia have received her PhD in Chemistry and Polymer Science at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa and is currently working as an Electron Microscope analyst at the Cent ...
 
The Peak Tales Podcast offers short educational conversations on HPLC and GC Chromatography for Scientists , Students and Researcher's. Several times per month we will present a topic to help you do better chromatography. Peak Tales is produced by Agilent Technologies.
 
Want to stay up to date on important issues in anti-doping research, technology, law, policy, and more? This podcast presented by the Partnership for Clean Competition covers important topics in the anti-doping field through interviews with experts including scientists, sport organizations, athletes, and other clean sport champions. The Partnership for Clean Competition is a global non-profit organization that is protecting the integrity of sport and public health by engaging and supporting ...
 
The podcast about state-of-the-art research on polymer and soft matter science. The show is hosted by Amal Narayanan, mostly joined by graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, academicians, and industrialists. With them, Amal explores the latest research themes, futuristic ideas, journey behind who they are now, what they want to be, and their advice for you. Amal Narayanan is a Ph.D. student at the school of polymer science and polymer engineering at The University of Akron. Contact Ama ...
 
Presented by Joel Aleixo, the Global Marketing Manager of Goodfellow, this series of podcasts focus on asking, and answering, the difficult questions about the science behind materials innovation, with guests from various fields. From celebrities to scientific experts, artists, designers, and more, Joel will be introducing and conversing with an eclectic mix of experts. Frequently joined by Goodfellow’s own Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager; who’s responsible for the technical team of s ...
 
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Silver is one of the most well-known materials, but sputter deposition is one of the technical applications for silver which you may not have heard of. Joel is joined by Aphrodite Tomou to discuss silver sputtering targets. Jo Lally and Nicky Lawrence from the Transition Group will also join to discuss their Jewellery designs. Website: www.material…
 
Dr. Rachel Hand is a Research Fellow in Polymer Chemistry at The University of Warwick. In this episode, Dr. Hand discusses her work in the area of advancements in molecularly imprinted polymers and their role in anti-doping as well as her experiences working with the PCC on a recent research project. Plus, we talk about social media and its role i…
 
Hello Soft Matter People! Welcome to another episode of The Soft Matter Show. Our today's guest is Dr. Stephanie Weber (https://www.linkedin.com/in/steph-weber-33790995/). Steph is a professor of Biology at the McGill University, Canada. This conversation covers a wide range of topics starting from mental health to membraneless organelles. Steph sh…
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Rita Steed about updating your HPLC Gradient Methods . Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or gas chromatography (GC) methods and results.…
 
In this episode, we talk about Inconel, a high performance and versatile metal alloy which has recently joined the world of 3D printing. Vision Miner and Geeky Meeples join Joel to talk about other 3D printing materials which they use in their 3D printing companies. Website: www.materialshub.com Website: www.goodfellow.com Website: www.goodfellowus…
 
In this special episode, Joel talks to Marc Steene – founder and director of our partner charity, Outside In. Joel is also joined by two Outside In artists who tell their stories and how Outside In have helped them. Danielle Hodson and Jacob Rock both create amazing art, and both have inspirational motivations. Website: www.materialshub.com Website…
 
Phil Andrews is the Chief Executive Officer of USA Weightlifting. He has brought about significant reform to weightlifting internationally, especially in the area of anti-doping. In this episode, he discusses USA Weightlifting’s anti-doping efforts, recent controversy with the International Weightlifting Federation, implications for participation i…
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Rita about Updating your Isocratic HPLC methods. Resource Publication Number 5990-6588EN.pdf Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or gas ch…
 
In this episode, Joel looks at ceramics from both the scientific side, and from the creative side. To talk us through the technical details of Macor®, Joel is joined by Aphrodite and Adam. Then, to talk about her elegant ceramic creations, Colleen Hillman joins the discussion. Colleen is a Transition Group artist whose porcelain creations favour st…
 
Welcome to another episode of The Soft Matter Show. Our today's guest is Dr. Marleen Kamperman. Marleen is a professor of polymer science at the University of Groningen, Holland. She is an award-winning scientist in her outreach activities and we cover a wide spectrum of topics in this conversation. Marleen talked about her thoughts on the importan…
 
Tantalum is a transition metal on the periodic table. Sat between Hafnium and Tungsten, it has the atomic number of 73. First discovered in 1802 by A.G. Ekeberg in Sweden, Tantalum was named after the Greek mythological character, Tantalos. Tantalos was punished by being submerged in water, but unable to drink. This resonates with Tantalum, due to …
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare asks you to submit your Questions and Topic Suggestions for SEASON three. Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or gas chromatography (GC) methods and r…
 
Professor Antoine van Oijen designs and builds microscopes to watch DNA replicate, and mutate. Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Shopback for discounts all over the web - they pay me $5 AND YOU GET PAID $5! bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r9apyXb2N31P1ScYJZUhqkYWdU2 …
 
In this special edition episode, we explore Green Materials and their applications. To delve into how a company can remain Green and become more environmentally friendly, we are joined by Stephen Aldersley - CEO at Goodfellow. Purva Chawla and Adele Orcajada from Material Driven join Joel and Adam to discuss their initiatives which keep the materia…
 
This conversation features Dr. Samanvaya Srivastava (https://www.linkedin.com/in/samanvayasrivastava/). Samanvaya is currently a professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles. In this episode, Samanvaya talks about his journey in the academic route. We talked about how he persisted and transformed h…
 
Howard Jacobs is an attorney and a leading advocate for athletes around the world in doping matters. He has represented more than 300 athletes in disciplinary cases related to various issues in sport. In this interview, Howard shares insights about what it’s like working in anti-doping law, walks through the steps he takes when working on an anti-d…
 
Dr Rachael Dunlop tells Ian Woolf about her battle with the Australian Vaccination Network. Victoria Bond explains the new DSM descriptions of mental illness. News by Victoria Bond - Coma patients may be conscious and communicate by brain scan, - Boredom kills, - Beetles music saves trees, - stuttering is linked to genetic mutation. Hosted and prod…
 
In this Episode we speak to Prof Stachewicz from the AGH University of Science and Technology about two topics that revolve around Bioengineered Electrospun fibers. We first talk about a Water Harvesting system using Polystyrene-Cellulose electrospun fibers. She describes the specific electrospinning process required for the development of "gutter"…
 
Copper is one of the most well-known metals on the planet, historically used for coins. Join us as we explore some of the modern uses for this amazing material. Manuela Kagerbauer joins us to discuss her use of copper in her artwork and designs. Website: www.materialshub.com Website: www.goodfellow.com Website: www.goodfellowusa.com Sales Email: in…
 
On this episode of PlastChicks – The Voices of Resin - Lynzie Nebel and Mercedes Landazuri host Justina Sanchez, Product Safety Engineer, TÜV SÜD America, during Plastics in Electronics: The Virtual Edition. They discuss the path to an engineering career, women in engineering and product development. Watch the YouTube video.…
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Paul about Benchmarking an HPLC Column, this is from one of our most downloaded episodes last year. Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or…
 
In this podcast, Joel talks to Dr. Jason Jackson, a Technical Specialist at Goodfellow with a passion for perovskites. They are joined by Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager at Goodfellow. Dr. Evangelos Gkanas also joins Joel to talk about his fascinating research at Coventry University which boasts cutting edge laboratories. We delve deeper int…
 
Dr. Jean-Francois Naud is Deputy Director and Research Associate at the Doping Control Laboratory of the National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS) in Québec, Canada. In our interview, he discusses his work at the WADA-accredited Doping Control Laboratory, his path to becoming an anti-doping scientist, his research to improve our ability to d…
 
Muscle regeneration, Facebook goes nuclear by Ian Woolf, Dr Daniel Mansfield speaks with Ian Woolf about the strange geometry used by the Babylonians 4000 years ago - part 2, Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Shopback for discounts all over the web…
 
On this month’s Additive Insight editorial roundtable, TCT Head of Content Laura Griffiths and Senior Content Producer Sam Davies discuss February’s biggest 3D printing and additive manufacturing news stories. Continuing the trend for consolidation, we discuss Stratasys‘s acquisition of RPS as it ramps up its ambition to be “the first choice for po…
 
In this podcast, Joel talks to Jordan Keaney, an artist and designer who took ceramic foam and broke the mould when it comes to the material’s applications. They are joined by podcast regulars - Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager at Goodfellow and Adam Sells, Sales Manager at Goodfellow. We look at the science behind the material, while also ex…
 
Dr Daniel Mansfield speaks with Ian Woolf about the strange geometry used by the Babylonians 4000 years ago - part 1., Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Support Diffusion by making a contribution Support Diffusion by buying through affiliate links Join Shopback for discounts all over the web - they pay me $5 AND YOU GET PAID $5! bitcoin: 1AEnJC8r…
 
This episode is filled with information about the engineering and characterization of Exosome-Polymer hybrids. Dr. Upenyu Muza explains to us what exosomes are and how they can be modified and improved for the use in targeted drug delivery and for other medicinal applications by using polymers. He also gives us a detailed description of a very impo…
 
On this episode of Additive Insight, TCT Head of Content Laura Griffiths is joined by Tali Rosman, Xerox Vice President and General Manager for 3D Printing. The well-known 2D print giant made its play for the additive manufacturing market back in 2019 with the acquisition of start-up Vader Systems and its Liquid Metal 3D printing technology. Since …
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Gustavo S. about FAME Columns and how you can make the best choices in your lab and analysis. Resource Link: Select FAME GC column | Agilent Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high pe…
 
In this podcast, Joel Aleixo, the global marketing manager for Goodfellow is joined by Plastic Jesus, a British street artist based in Los Angeles. Join them as they discuss political art, face masks, and more. Also joining Joel to discuss the science behind the materials, we have Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager at Goodfellow and Adam Sells,…
 
Dr. Federico Ponzetto is a part of the PCC Fellowship Program and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Medical Sciences of the University of Turin in Italy. In this interview, we discuss the Steroid Module of the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) and how Dr. Ponzetto’s research will impact the ABP. He also shares his experiences as a…
 
The guest of this episode is Dr. Niels Holten-Andersen. Niels is a professor of the program in polymers and soft matter at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In this conversation, Niels and Amal took a deep dive into the world of biomimetic materials. Specifically, Niels shared his knowledge in mussel adhesion and transient mechanics of bio…
 
In this podcast, Joel Aleixo, the global marketing manager for Goodfellow is joined by Dr. Aphrodite Tomou, Technical Manager at Goodfellow and Adam Sells, Sales Manager at Goodfellow. Join them as they discuss the upcoming series of podcasts, with each episode delving deeper into a specific area of the materials world. Joel leads this series, with…
 
On this episode of PlastChicks – The Voices of Resin - Lynzie Nebel and Mercedes Landazuri host George Staniulis, Vice President, AGS Technology, during Innovations in Chemical and Mechanical Recycling: The Virtual Edition. They discuss plastics recycling and the plastics recycling marketplace. Watch the YouTube video.…
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Eric P. about GC Column Selection . Resource Link: GC Column Selector | Agilent Peak Tales is a podcast designed for scientists, researchers, and students. In each episode, we discuss tips and tricks to help you improve your high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) or gas chromatography …
 
On this week’s episode of Additive Insight, our Executive Interview series continues with a conversation with Carlos Zwikker, Chief Commercial Officer at AM-Flow. The Netherlands-based start-up is a developer of automation technologies which tackle the post-printing parts of the AM production workflow. Combining 3D-shape identification and a mix of…
 
Dr. Marcia MacDonald is a Deputy Director of Science and Medicine at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). In this interview, we discuss how Marcia began her career in anti-doping, the history of WADA’s anti-doping research program, and their current research priorities. She also shares information about new and ongoing anti-doping research projects…
 
This show was originally broadcast on January 26th 2009: John August explains the causes of cancer, Amy Bullen explores dust, Jaqui Hayes, Monica Sharma, Derek Muller and Ian Woolf discuss super-tasters. News by Ian Woolf - generate power from water flowing in buildings - the cloak of invisibility is now tunable Presented and produced by Ian Woolf …
 
This show was first broadcast on January 5th 2009: lt;br/>Ian Woolf looks inside the minds eye to see what you see - with a scanner, commentary by Charles Willock, lt;br/>Patrick Rubie zaps cheap wine into the good stuff, lt;br/>Kalvin Ng shows the world was warmer than you thought, Dave the Happy Singer reviews the news in impromptu song, lt;br/>D…
 
In the first of our new monthly editorial roundtable sessions, TCT editors Laura Griffiths and Sam Davies discuss some of the biggest and most-read 3D printing news story from the last month on the Additive Insight podcast. On this episode we cover two big acquisition stories including Desktop Metal‘s takeover of DLP additive manufacturing pioneer …
 
In today's episode Agilent's own John DiMare speaks with Jean about Polymer Standards and how you can choose the right ones in your lab for your GPC/SEC analysis. Links that are helpful: Agilent.com Page for GPC/SEC Polymer standards: https://www.agilent.com/en/product/gpc-sec-columns/gpc-sec-standards GPC/SEC Polymer standards product guide: https…
 
Dr. Despina Mavromati is an attorney with SportLegis Lausanne specializing in international sports law and arbitration. She is also a Member of the Appeals Body of The Union of European Football Associations, a Member of the Independent Disciplinary Tribunal of World Athletics, and a Member of the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Adminis…
 
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