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Wat dragen de HAN University of Applied Sciences en haar partners bij aan een slimme regio? Dat hoor je in deze podcast van https://www.han.nl/over-de-han/onze-focus/smart-region/ ( Smart Region). Studenten, docenten, onderzoekers en professionals uit het werkveld vertellen hoe zij samen grenzen verleggen met digitale technologie.
 
Leading women in data science share their work, advice, and lessons learned along the way with Professor Margot Gerritsen from Stanford University. Hear about how data science is being applied and having impact across a wide range of domains, from healthcare to finance to cosmology to human rights and more. This podcast is brought to you by the Stanford Institute for Computational & Mathematical Engineering (ICME) and Stanford Data Science. Generous support for this podcast and other Women i ...
 
Science isn’t as black and white as the media often portrays it. Join millennial science educator and justice advocate Sarina Farb for nuanced, honest, and holistic conversations exploring the gray areas of science and ethics in society. If you like doing your own critical thinking and are tired of censorship, corporate bias, and politicized science, this is the podcast for you! The Science is Gray podcast takes a critical look at the intersection of science, ethics, and public policy. Take ...
 
Hello and welcome, you’re listening to Wasted Tales, where we will be bringing you into the lives and minds of waste and other materials within the circular economy. My name is Kim Poldner and I am a professor of Circular Business at the Centre of Expertise Mission Zero where we conduct integrated research to come up with regenerative solutions for a more sustainable future. By making inanimate objects key protagonists in this podcast, we aim to provide an alternative perspective to the circ ...
 
Collaborative, thoughtful, and well delivered sports science has the ability to provide key information, knowledge and understanding to support athletes and coaches in the pursuit of optimal performance. While science is the base knowledge of any applied scientist, the skill sets and understanding required stretch far beyond this. Collaboration, communication, relationship building, and practical understanding are all essential to work as part of a performance team and ‘understand what matte ...
 
CoachMePlus was founded in 2012 to meet the demands of an increasingly sophisticated sports science and sports performance industry, and has been transforming the management of athletic performance data ever since. A company grounded on expertise, innovation and client services, CoachMePlus is the go-to system for more than 220 teams across the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, NCAA, MLS, CFL and military. With over 29,000 athletes and 11 million data points, CoachMePlus is the industry leader in applied ...
 
The Decision Corner connects you with cutting-edge insights from the world's best applied behavioral scientists to bring wisdom to your daily and professional life. Rather than talking about nudges and trying to codify science into design principles, TDC goes deep and finds out just how the world's brightest minds solve complex real-world problems using the social sciences.
 
Tune in to this podcast to get smart on ways to apply advances in social science and experience with successful teamwork to unleash meaningful contributions in your work life! The advances in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral psychology have been fast, furious, and fascinating. This podcast breaks down how advances by researchers and the experience of practitioners can be applied in organizations to achieve great things.
 
Discover the secrets of your soul that are coded in your DNA, and the inner arts to dive deep into the shadows to retrieve your unique inner genius. We share tools to fulfill your Soul's purpose and live fully and authentically. We synthesize esoteric systems of the ancients with modern sciences. Sharing practical tools to thrive in prosperity doing what you love. We will explore the wisdom of plants, stars and much more. Learn the Languages of nature and the cosmos applied in practical ways ...
 
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In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke is joined by Sanjay Khanna, a strategic advisor and foresight expert. Sanjay’s job is to be ahead of the curve on wide-ranging issues, whether they be geopolitical, socioeconomic, sociocultural, psychosocial, technological, or ecological. This has led him to have a unique and interesting career, with h…
 
Karen Hao trained as a mechanical engineer and then joined a Silicon Valley startup, thinking that technology was the best means to create social change. While surrounded by smart people who were also passionate about using technology for social change, she soon discovered there were no incentives or pathways to accomplish this. “When you're inside…
 
In this episode I speak with virologist Jonathan Latham about the origins of the COVID19 Pandemic and whether it originated from a wet market or was really a lab-release! This includes answering the following: Is there a precedent for lab-releases? What is the evidence for a lab leak? What is the evidence for a natural zoonotic origin? Why doesn’t …
 
In this episode of the Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with Jonathan Haidt, the Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership at the Stern School of Business NYU, and Alison Taylor, the executive director at Ethical Systems and an adjunct professor at NYU. In today’s episode, they discuss the role of ethics and values in business, including the chal…
 
As a professional triathlete for 10 years, and part of the Australian Triathlon development system, Nat has plenty of experience with sport science and support staff. Nat and I met when she was part of the 'Wollongong Wizards' triathlon squad and she now trains in Lisbon, Portugal as part of the super squad led by Paulo Sousa A product of the talen…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with Jordan Ellenberg, best-selling author and Professor of Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Through his research and his books, which include How Not to be Wrong, and more recently, Shape, Jordan illustrates how abstract mathematical and geometric equations can be brought …
 
Blake Whitcomb is the senior business development manager for IMeasureU. With a background as a collegiate athlete and a collegiate strength coach, Blake merges his own experiences with those of the clients he works with to help us understand the nuances of applying sports technology to sport. Blake shares the realties he sees in the successes and …
 
In this episode I speak with Dr. Milton Mills, a critical care physician in the Washington DC area, and a long time plant-based nutrition advocate and expert. We discuss the history, impact, and biases of the federal dietary and nutrition guidelines and how they might not be as objective as many assume. This episode includes: - what the USDA federa…
 
In this episode of The Decision Lab podcast, Brooke is joined by Olivier Sibony, co-author of Noise, and experienced consultant and researcher focused on how to improve the quality of decision-making. He is currently a professor at HEC Paris, and Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School at Oxford University. This episode explores the three categori…
 
Sharon Hannan is an Australian Sprints and Hurdles Track and Field Coach. Sharon is most well known for coaching Sally Pearson from a 12 year old talent to World and Olympic Champion, but is also the coach of the current Australian champion over 100m hurdles, Liz Clay. As their applied biomechanist, I collaborated over 8 years in support of Sharon …
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke sits down with Khan Bouba-Dalambaye, high school guidance counsellor, EDI consultant, and curriculum designer. Through counselling work, Bouba-Dalambaye’s clients have taught him that the pandemic has triggered a wide-spread dip in motivation, communication, and relationship maintenance. During this ep…
 
Georgia Giblin is Director of Performance Science at the Detroit Tigers. With a strong background in biomechanics and successful stints at Tennis Australia, the Queensland Academy of Sport and the University of Michigan, Georgia is one of the leading applied scientists in US professional sport. Her discussion of 'feel' puts a word to many of the in…
 
In this episode of the Decision Lab, Brook speaks with Wendy De La Rosa, co-founder of the Common Cents Lab, and host and creator of the new TED series; Your Money and Your Mind. Wendy was a founding member of Google’s behavioural economics unit, helping over 30 teams to optimize product strategy and design, customer engagement and retention, as we…
 
The multi-talented Cecilia Aragon is a data scientist, professor, author and champion aerobatic pilot. In this podcast, she explains how learning to fly gave her the confidence to pursue her career in human-centered data science and as an author. Her book, Flying Free: My Victory Over Fear to Become the First Latina Pilot on the US Aerobatic Team, …
 
Australian Track and Field horizontal jump athlete. Henry is a 2 x Olympian in the long jump (9th in London 2012, 7th in Rio 2016) IAAF World Indoor Silver Medalist in 2012, Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist in 2018, World Championship Finalist 2011. Personal best of 8.34m (Long Jump) and 17.23 (Triple Jump) is considered one of the greatest horiz…
 
In this episode of the Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with Paul Dolan, Professor of Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics. Paul is globally recognised for his work on the measurement of happiness, its causes and consequences, and its implications for public policy. His experience includes working with the British Office for National…
 
Dan is a sports scientist (physiology), researcher, coach and athlete. With his PhD shifting understanding of the application of heart rate variability in sport, and experience contributing to Olympic and World Champions in rowing, kayak and triathlon, Dan has an impressive applied science resume. Most recently Dan was part of Team Emirates New Zea…
 
In this episode I speak with my longtime hero Dr. T Colin Campbell about the current state of nutrition science, what a holistic vs. reductionist approach to nutrition and scientific research looks like, and how reductionist thinking is harming public health. This includes: - What is reductionist science and why it's harmful - how reductionist scie…
 
Dan Atkins is the Head Coach of the Triathlon National Performance Center on the Gold Coast of Queensland, Australia. Dan openly shares his experiences, both good and bad, with sport science through his coaching journey, and uses examples and stories to help us all work together to deliver better performance outcomes for the athlete. Dan's 3 words …
 
Dr Rachel Carey is Chief Scientist at Zinc, a UK-based organisation that runs a venture-builder for mission-driven entrepreneurs, combining the best of creative design, scientific rigour, technological innovation and entrepreneurship. She leads Zinc’s Research & Development team, a growing, interdisciplinary team of applied scientists, committed to…
 
Science isn’t as black and white as the media and memes often portrays it. Join science educator and justice advocate Sarina Farb for nuanced, open, and holistic conversations exploring the intricacies and gray areas of science in society. If you like doing your own critical thinking and are tired of censorship, corporate bias, and politicized scie…
 
In this episode of the Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with award-winning journalist Kimberly Seals Allers. Kimberly was formerly a senior editor at Essence and a writer at Fortune magazine. She now uses her decades of media experience as the founder of the IRTH app, which is specifically designed to help mothers of color rate their doctors for opti…
 
In this episode, Brooke speaks with Rachel Kiddell-Monroe - Founder and Executive Director at SeeChange Initiative, and board member at Médecins Sans Frontières. In their discussion, they examine the impact of COVID-19 on marginalized communities, as well as the lack of empathy exhibited by first world nations towards less developed countries. Rach…
 
In this Industry Talk, KGI featured Douglas Jackson, who serves as the President/CEO of Project C.U.R.E. Each week, Project C.U.R.E. delivers approximately four semi-truck loads of donated medical supplies and equipment to desperately needy people around the world. Since 1987, Project C.U.R.E. has delivered equipment and supplies to hospitals and c…
 
As humans, we frequently think in absolute terms, which lead us to believe that extreme amounts of corporate profit - allowed in a capitalist economic system - also cause extreme damage. While this notion often holds, there are exceptions and caveats. On today’s episode of The Decision Corner, our host Dr. Brooke Struck sits down with Phillip Haid,…
 
If you are a data scientist, or someone who wants to become a data scientist, chances are that you dream about joining a leading tech company, like Google, Facebook, and Amazon. However, depending on your situation and personality, that might not be the best career goal for you. In this rebroadcast episode, we will talk about the number one pitfall…
 
In this episode of the Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with Daniel Kaniewski, former Deputy Administrator for Resilience at FEMA and currently Managing Director, Public Sector at Marsh McLennan. Daniel has been involved in managing some of the worst disasters in American history, through various roles at the White House, with FEMA, and in the privat…
 
This Industry Talk features Bonnie H. Anderson, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Veracyte, a leading genomic diagnostics company that leverages deep genomic insights to transform care. Ms. Anderson’s career spans over 30 years in regulated diagnostics and life science markets. She cofounded Veracyte in 2008 and served as the company’s Pr…
 
Penelope the polyester jacket discusses her transition from her past form as Polly the plastic bottle, to a fashionable and circular rPET jacket. How did she get here? And what does she think about her new life? for more information please visit our website https://www.thehagueuniversity.com/research/centre-of-expertise/projectdetails/podcast-waste…
 
Dr. Barbara Fortini joins DNA Today host Kira Dineen to discuss the growing career opportunities in genomic data analytics. Fortini is the program director for KGI's Master of Science in Human Genetics and Genomic Data Analytics program. She also teaches their genetic counseling students. Her research interests focus on colorectal cancer, the third…
 
In this episode of the Decision Corner, Brooke speaks with Troy Campbell, Chief Scientist at On Your Feet - an innovative consultancy that offers strategic guidance and behaviorally-informed training to some of the world’s most successful companies. Troy holds a PhD in behavioral science from Duke University and was previously a marketing professor…
 
Stefano the solar panel finds himself in a Dutch village named America, as part of an experiment. As the star in this small town, can Stefano live up to the pressure of being the key to community acceptance of noise walls in the region? For more information about Stefano and the Wasted Tales Podcast please visit https://www.thehagueuniversity.com/r…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner, Brooke is joined by Kelley Keehn, financial literacy advocate and best-selling author. Kelley has written over 10 books on topics related to personal finance, behavioural economics and financial empowerment. In their discussion, Brooke and Kelley explore why the lessons our parents taught us might not be so r…
 
Since the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 has changed virtually everything about our lives, from how we work to how we care for one another, and even how we spend our time and money. Behavioral science is keeping up. In this episode of The Decision Corner, we sit down with British psychologist and behavioral science advisor Susan Michie to tear apart s…
 
In this bonus material we present you Laura Stevens the voice of Fiona. Laura Stevens is a PhD candidate at the Mision Zero research group of the Hague University of applied Sciences. She researches education on Bio-Mimicry. Fiona, one of millions of disposable facemasks born from the covid-19 pandemic, ends up in an unexpected place. She meets fan…
 
Fiona, one of millions of disposable facemasks born from the covid-19 pandemic, ends up in an unexpected place. She meets fantastic creatures whose wisdom leads her to dream of ideal future generations of disposable face masks. Can they be made in such a way that they have minimum negative impact on fragile eco-systems? For more information on our …
 
Having a Big Bang is one of the most common causes of data science project failures. And you probably have done it, at least a couple of times. In this episode, we will show you why it is often better to aim for sub-optimal solutions at the start of a project, and how you can avoid the Big Bang problem by following an ancient Japanese philosophy. B…
 
From the proliferation of social comparisons to growing political extremism, we have come face to face with the rippling negative effects technology that technology has on our societal fabric. But can we create a future that looks different? One in which technology has our backs, and best interest at heart? On this episode of The Decision Corner, o…
 
Kristian’s interest in statistics and algorithmic fairness has taken her on a winding career path from academia to business, to public service, and back to academia. As she has made different career changes, she didn’t decide between academia vs. industry vs. non-profit, it was more about the problem she was interested in working on at the moment, …
 
Can you solve a data-intensive business problem with just queries? If so, what is the difference between data science and, say, data analytics? These are not just theoretical questions. The answers have a practical and significant impact on your daily work and well-being. In this episode, we will share a couple of mental models we use to think abou…
 
In this episode of The Decision Corner podcast, Brooke is lucky to be joined by Olivier Sibony. Olivier is a thoroughly experienced strategic consultant and a learned researcher on applied behavioral science at the most senior level. He has 25 years of experience at McKinsey and Co. that inform his investigation into successful practices and common…
 
Hello and welcome, you’re listening to Wasted Tales, where we will be bringing you into the lives and minds of waste and other materials within the circular economy. My name is Kim Poldner and I am a professor of Circular Business at the Centre of Expertise Mission Zero where we conduct integrated research to come up with regenerative solutions for…
 
One of the reasons why we love data science so much is because of the amazing methods, techniques, and technologies we can use to solve different problems. However, if you only focus on these technical tools, you will fall into the biggest trap in doing data science. In this episode, we will show you why that is the case, and when you should forget…
 
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