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Taste of Informatics

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Taste of Informatics

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Informatics is about finding human meaning in a world of data. Join us in the Informatics Café as an eclectic variety of experts have coffee with our host to discuss topics across communication, business, technology and science from their unique perspectives. We come to you from the campus of Northern Kentucky University, on a hilltop overlooking the skyline of Cincinnati.
 
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The coffee you drink passes through 18 different sets of hands before it arrives in yours. It was likely planted, picked, and processed by women who account for the majority of coffee workers, in an industry controlled, managed and monetized by men. Join professor Sara Drabik as she recounts her work with the International Women's Coffee Alliance a…
 
Within the University of Kentucky's role as Kentucky's flagship, land-grant university, the UK Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) unites clinicians, researchers and communities to accelerate the translation of basic science discoveries to tangible improvements in health.On this episode of "Behind the Blue," CCTS Director Philip A.…
 
NKU professor Wei Hao discusses cloud computing, providing an overview of what it is, why its important, the reasons businesses continue to transition to it, and the kinds of career opportunities that exist in this rapidly expanding field. You can learn more about cloud computing with a Computer Information Technology degree from NKU.…
 
Students in the Electronic Media and Broadcasting program in the College of Informatics at NKU gain valuable field experience working on shows like Science Around Cincy, and independent production sharing the stories of the people who work in science in the Cincinnati area. Each episode features a different scientist, their work, and their passion.…
 
How do you build knowledge and hone skills that can insure someone can gain the healthcare that they need, by navigating our complex and varied healthcare systems? How do you build community around different ideas related to heath care? And how do you determine what those ideas are at the community level. Dr. Whitney Darnell of the College of Infor…
 
As summer camp season wraps up and a new school year begins, this “Research Made Possible” podcast shares how University of Kentucky researchers across campus are targeting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. The STEM Through Authentic Research and Training (START) program at UK is creating a unique pipeline to increase STEM…
 
Find out how you can dip your toe into the world of IoT with $4 and a smidgen of curiosity, and then go further with formal instruction. Duke Energy's Director of Emerging Technology Steve Hinkel shares his experience outfitting his house with homemade IoT devices, and discusses how the spread of low-cost network connected computers is literally ch…
 
Sports rivalries are an important and fun part of being a fan. Whether it's the Bengals v. Steelers, Reds v. Cardinals, or FC Cincinnati v. Columbus Crew, the recipe for rivalry has consistent ingredients, but also some unique qualities. NKU Professors Joe Cobbs and Marius Truta discuss their work studying sports rivalries, and how NKU students are…
 
The opportunities are not just restricted to those that build AI, but the future also belongs to those individuals that can employ it. Host Mike Nitardy and guest Todd James from Fidelity Investments have a wide-ranging conversation about the transformative nature of artificial intelligence, discussing what AI is and what it isn’t, and how AI is ch…
 
The University of Kentucky's Isabel Escobar describes her KY NSF EPSCoR project to use green membranes with silver nanoparticles to make masks that inactivate the COVID-19 virus. She also talks about her mentor, Dibakar Bhattacharyya, known as "DB", and how UK is such a collaborative university.由Research Communications
 
When you look back at a 45-year career, there are a multitude of moments that stand out. For Allan Butterfield, Professor of Biological Chemistry in the University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences, his signature discovery grew from just such a Eureka moment on the sidewalk on campus.In this podcast, you’ll hear Butterfield’s take on why many …
 
Natalie Barker was a little shocked when she first learned that Kentucky ranks first in the country for cancer incidence and mortality. However, the Elliott County teen says she had a quick realization – the problem of cancer hits very close to home. “The more I thought about it, the more I realized I don’t know a person in our community who hasn’t…
 
After successfully launching an oncology training program for Appalachian undergrads in 2016, the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center is expanding the program to include high school students. The Appalachian Career Training in Oncology (ACTION) Program – formerly known as CTOP – is funded through a nearly $2.3 million grant from the Nationa…
 
On this week’s episode of "Behind the Blue," Newman sits down with Amy Jones-Timoney from UK Public Relations and Marketing, to discuss his approach to taking on this new role, how his Kentucky roots helped guide him in life, his thoughts on what UK HealthCare can and should mean to the Commonwealth, and more.…
 
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