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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 ...
 
Fixing the Future from IEEE Spectrum magazine is a weekly look at the cultural, business, and environmental consequences of technological solutions to hard problems like sustainability, climate change, and the ethics and scientific challenges posed by AI. IEEE Spectrum is the flagship magazine of IEEE, the world’s largest professional organization devoted to engineering and the applied sciences.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to the Data Science Conversations Podcast hosted by Damien Deighan and Dr Philipp Diesinger. We bring you interesting conversations with the world’s leading Academics working on cutting edge topics with potential for real world impact. We explore how their latest research in Data Science and AI could scale into broader industry applications, so you can expand your knowledge and grow your career. Every 4 or 5 episodes we will feature an industry trailblazer from a strong academic back ...
 
Welcome to The Progress Theory. Our purpose is to teach and discuss scientific principles to show how we can enhance and optimise human performance. We will deliver you interviews with world-class experts (or legends as we prefer to call them), exciting real-world application of Sport Science and will explore some of the common myths and misconceptions in Health & Wellbeing. We want all of our listeners to develop the skills to implement the knowledge they obtain from the show into their eve ...
 
Get ready to breakdown the most egregious perpetrator of jargon warfare in all of science: the title of an academic paper. Each episode, we will sit down with a researcher from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and talk about a recent paper, with the one and only goal of understanding the title.
 
The performance analysis podcast by Insight-Analysis; presented by Mike Hughes and Sam Larner. We will be speaking to a different person each week from a different sport as we learn about how each sport deals with measuring and improving performance. We are the go too podcast if you are interested in performance analysis, currently working in the area or are looking for a career in the industry. We try and talk about sport like you would if you were in a pub but we don't just rely on hunches ...
 
What is Radio Luftballet? Radio Luftballet—anchored at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL)—is a place for imagining new worlds and sharing people’s stories about how we can contribute to the transition to a more sustainable society. Radio Luftballet hopes to open up connections and collaborations between the many sectors—cultural, commercial, social, political—working on transitions within their fields. In this project we wish to keep alive the historic ambitions of utopi ...
 
Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes / Chaque samedi, dans un entretien avec des chercheurs en sciences politiques, juridiques, historiques, géographiques ou même avec des acteurs de la politique, nous repérerons ce qui fait ET ceux qui font bouger les lignes. Politique !
 
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.
 
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Dr. Dave Martin is a titan of the sports science industry. With a background in physiology, he influenced a generation of applied sports scientists from all disciplines who have followed in his foot steps at the Australian Institute of Sport. There he was not only a scientific leader, but also challenged us to think about our true roles in the perf…
 
Gwen's dominance of the sport of triathlon was shown through an unprecedented 13 consecutive wins in 2014 and 2015 on the international ITU circuit, culminating in winning the gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics, Since Rio she has switched her focus to running, making the final of the Olympic trials for the US in the 5K in 2020 and has her sights s…
 
Sara Ann is studying her Masters at the University of Memphis and has just successfully run the gauntlet from student to her first paid position in sport science. This episode will resonate with and inform all sport science students as she talks openly about her challenges and lessons learned in applying for multiple jobs from writing resumes throu…
 
Is progress and technological innovation always good? Is technology inherently unsustainable and incompatible with nature and human life on earth? In today's episode I speak with Semih Oguzcan and environmental engineer and advocate trying to stop our 6th mass extinction on this planet. We take a deep dive in this episode into the nuance around tec…
 
In this episode we are joined by the Director of AI and Data Operations at XPRIZE whose career path into the world of AI is fascinating. Neama Dadkhahnikoo shares his journey from his early days at Boeing back in 2005, through start up ventures, Techspert and Caregivers Direct, and re-training right through to the present day at XPRIZE. He reveals …
 
Season 3 is complete. In this episode, Dr Phil Price and Matt Cheney (Kult Media founder and producer) reflect on the making of the podcast, their favourite bits from season 3, and what listeners can expect to come from season 4. In this episode, we discuss: 1:20 - The reflection of The progress Theory Season 3 3:48 - What I’ve learned about podcas…
 
Dan McFarlane's story is one that every young sport scientist should hear. Dan and I started together as post graduate scholars at the Australian Institute of Sport, as part of the elite sport science production line of Australia. Dan went on to be a successful performance analyst in multiple professional football codes, culminating in fulfilling h…
 
After she earned her BA, MA, and PhD in economics from the University of Maryland, Menglin Cao spent six years at Fannie Mae before joining Wells Fargo. Over the past 15 years, she has seen a major shift in how financial institutions use data to drive business decisions. In the past, many business decisions were based upon the experience and judgem…
 
The young Chip shares his playful experiences as a reusable cup: from having to swallow coffee to being tickled in the dishwasher. Chip is accompanied by his grandfather, Charles, a disposable plastic cup. And while Chip describes his daily life, Charles discusses the generational differences between them, as well as the potential future of all cup…
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. On today’s episode, we have Pro MMA fighter and S&C coach Chris Miah. Chris has fought professionally throughout Europe in promotions including Cage Warriors, Akhmat, BAMMA and ACB, and if you want to watch his fights I ha…
 
Hello and welcome to the Progress Theory where we discuss scientific principles to optimise human performance. It did it, I completed my first half iron. It was certainly an experience as it is still a new sport to me and I am unaccustomed to the high volumes of training associated with this length of event, but I felt I held my own, learned so muc…
 
In this episode I speak with my friend Robert Schooler about his personal experience as a student at Cornell University observing first-hand how corporations like Monsanto seek to push propaganda on students and bias science curriculum in favor of corporate profits and agendas. "The GMO Debate course, which ran in the fall of 2015, was a blatant di…
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. In today’s episode, we have Steph Lazarczuk, Researcher and lecturer in sports rehab, with her area of expertise being hamstring injury and return to sport. Hamstrings injuries are one of the most frustrating injuries for …
 
durée : 00:29:14 - Politique ! - par : Frédéric Says - Pour la première fois depuis 2007, le PCF présentera en 2022 un candidat à l'élection présidentielle : Fabien Roussel, actuel secrétaire national du parti et député du Nord. Pourquoi une telle candidature ? Que signifie se revendiquer communiste aujourd'hui ? - réalisation : François Caunac - i…
 
There’s no question that computers don’t understand sarcasm—or didn’t, until some researchers at the University of Central Florida starting them on a path to learning it. Software engineers have been working on various flavors of sentiment analysis for quite some time. Back in 2005, I wrote an article in Spectrum about call centers automatically sc…
 
Kirsten (KP) is wonderfully open in this pod, discussing the good and bad of working in elite sport, as well as being brutally honest about her successes and failures across her 22 years of working in elite sports across the globe. With expertise across a wide range of areas of sport psychology, KP helps us understand some of the psychological prin…
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. On today’s episode, we have Adam Mattiussi, S&C coach and researcher for the Royal Ballet where we find out just how the greatest ballet dancers in the world physically prepare for their performances. People don’t normally…
 
durée : 00:28:37 - Politique ! - par : Hervé Gardette - Trois taïkonautes ont rejoint ces derniers jours le "Palais céleste", la station spatiale chinoise, alors que le Français Thomas Pesquet se trouve à la bord de la Station spatiale internationale. Que nous disent ces événements sur l'importance donnée à l'espace par les grandes puissances ? - r…
 
Will the water bike prides himself in his ability to spark joy in all age groups on hot summer days. During the pandemic, Will spent a lot less time carrying happy passengers around Dutch canals. Despite the lonely months, Will gets involved in an inspiring project with local students. Find out how this project gives him a whole new function in kee…
 
'Beers with Blake' *This episode features additional honesty and duration due to recording taking place with the addition of delicious beers' Blake Smart is the head coach of the men's golf program at the University of Memphis and has won the American Athletics Conference championship and taken his team to the NCAA championships multiple times. Bor…
 
Hello and welcome to the Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. I am Dr Phil Price and here is another episode of the performance review. I wanted to go over a few more aspects of my training which I feel need to be discussed and which I feel has greatly helped me over the last 7 weeks…
 
In this episode I speak with author and social change advocate Laila Kassam (PhD) about reductionist vs. holistic paradigms of food, agriculture, and international development, including: - reductionism in the global development industry - agricultural and development myths - what does "feeding the world" really mean - is organic food based on a "n…
 
In this summer speaker series, we hear from Ankit Lodha, MBS ’13, Director Data Science Portfolio Management, Janssen Research & Development. Lodha executes various AI/ML models in supporting the execution of clinical trial portfolios. He worked on the COVID-19 vaccine program to build a data-driven COVID-19 Vaccine Development approach for Janssen…
 
The most honest and inadvertently funny marketing message I ever saw was at a gas station that was closed for remodeling; it had been an Amaco station before that company was bought by BP. The sign said, “Rebranding, to serve you better.” I’m afraid we’re a bit guilty of that here at Spectrum. This is the 30th episode of IEEE Spectrum’s relaunched …
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. In this episode, we have Steve Griffiths who has taken his experiences from a career in banking and trading and applied them to his ideas on developing mindset, which he now teaches to developing and elite level athletes. …
 
durée : 00:30:07 - Politique ! - par : Frédéric Says - Qui détient le pouvoir dans le football ? Les clubs ? Les fédérations ? Les instances internationales ? Derrière les belles images de l'Euro, comment expliquer les tensions inédites de ces dernières années, des scandales de corruption à la Fifa, à l'affaire de la Super League européenne ? - réa…
 
Mark Lebedew is a king amongst the giants of international volleyball. Coming from a rich lineage of volleyball in Australia, Mark was initially an athlete and is now successful international head coach. With over 20 years of experience in Volleyball leagues all across Europe, Mark has also been the head coach of the Australian National Team. He is…
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. In this episode, we have Dr Luke Hughes, a Post-Doctoral research fellow in applied Exercise Physiology at St Mary’s University, and an expert on blood flow restriction training. I’ve noticed blood flow restriction trainin…
 
durée : 00:28:47 - Politique ! - par : Hervé Gardette - Il y a un paradoxe dans la position qu'occupent Les Républicains dans le débat politique aujourd'hui : leurs idées semblent majoritaires mais le parti est inaudible, sans leader incontesté. Comment abordent-ils la perspective de l'élection de 2022 ? - réalisation : François Caunac - invités : …
 
Today’s startup invites us to rethink nuclear energy. Their plan? To put cheap, portable nuclear reactors onto barges and float them out to sea. What could go wrong? According to today’s guest, basically nothing. The reactor design avoids the type of fuel rods that gave us the fictional meltdown in The China Syndrome and the real-life ones in Chern…
 
Trent casts an impressive shadow over applied sport science in Canada and shares with us his experiences, as both a researcher and practitioner in this episode. Trent is the Senior Advisor of Innovation & Research at the Canadian Sport Institute and with over 150 scientific publications to his name has proven his ability to blend theoretical and ap…
 
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 …
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. In this episode, we have Rob Anderson, Strength & Conditioning coach for the Scottish Rugby Academy and director of Athletic Evolution, a podcast that focuses on youth athlete development. Rob and I discuss the current mis…
 
durée : 00:28:45 - Politique ! - par : Hervé Gardette - Dans son rapport annuel publié ce jeudi, la HATVP appelle à mieux définir les prises illégales d'intérêts pour les élus et mieux encadrer le travail des lobbyistes. L'institution créée après l'affaire Cahuzac a-t-elle vraiment les moyens de faire respecter la transparence dans la vie publique …
 
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…
 
A few months ago, we had on the show an economist who specialized in the energy sector. She noted that while the Trump administration had put drilling rights the Alaska Natural Wildlife Refuge, or ANWAR, on the block, there wasn’t much interest from the oil industry, and, more generally, the Arctic and other cold climes, presented logistical—and th…
 
Hello and welcome to another episode of the Progress Theory. In today’s episode, we’ve brought on Christian Vassallo, S&C coach and researcher, to discuss the 3 minute all-out test. The use of the 3 minute all-out test is becoming more popular as coaches are finding it is easy to use and provides them with the perfect information about their athlet…
 
durée : 00:29:06 - Politique ! - par : Hervé Gardette - La croissance repart, mais avec quels effets ? Alors que les demandes pour une économie plus juste et plus durable se multiplient notamment depuis le début de la crise sanitaire, l'économie dite sociale et solidaire est-elle suffisamment promue par les pouvoirs publics ? - réalisation : Franço…
 
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 …
 
Hello and welcome to The Progress Theory where we discuss how to implement scientific principles to optimise human performance. We’ve started a new series of episodes. These Progress Theory episodes aim to discuss how I (@thepricep) am putting Science into practice into my own physical challenges, as the best way to learn about human performance an…
 
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…
 
When horses were replaced by engines, for work and transportation, we didn’t need to rethink our legal frameworks. So when a fixed-in-place factory machine is replaced by a free-standing AI robot, or when human truck driver is replaced by autonomous driving software, do we really need to make any fundamental changes to the law? My guest today seems…
 
The Progress Theory is back with more legends. This time we catch up with medical Dr and elite CrossFit athlete Dr Carys Webster. I’ve been following Carys on Instagram for a while and I’ve always been so curious how she manages to balance 12 hour shifts at the hospital and training at the elite level in Crossfit, all the while studying for a Maste…
 
durée : 00:28:46 - Politique ! - par : Hervé Gardette - Comment les électeurs abordent-ils la perspective de l'élection présidentielle de 2022 ? Les experts, les sondeurs qui analysent l'opinion, jouent-ils un rôle politique ? Analyse de ces enjeux avec le politologue Jérôme Fourquet, de l'Ifop - réalisation : François Caunac - invités : Jérôme Fou…
 
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 …
 
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