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Innovators

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Innovators

Harris Search Associates

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The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
 
As one of the world’s top ranked engineering programs, our students, faculty, and alumni set the standard for excellence. We drive the economy, reimagine engineering education, and bring revolutionary ideas to the world. We solve the world’s greatest challenges. We look toward the future and find ways to make it a reality. Leading the innovation of virtual reality. Designing electronic tattoos to treat seizures. Building safer global water systems. Converting algae to biofuel. Exploring fusi ...
 
This is a podcast about the many phases of technology innovation: ideas, research, development, management, marketing, and many others. We’re talking to a wide range of people with diverse and rich backgrounds including all species of engineers, scientists, mathematicians, business people and technical managers. We hope you will enjoy these podcasts as much as we did making them.
 
The METHODS IN FOCUS SERIES promotes knowledge about the rigorous and creative use of research methods in the field of innovation management. We host monthly interviews with authors who apply insightful new methods in their work and explore the potential for advancing research in the field of innovation management. Attend live, or catch-up by YouTube or Podcast.
 
This weekly podcast dives into the agbiosciences sector in Indiana, where 21st Century agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Ag+Bio+Science is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in the space. Learn more about the pioneering industry and where it's heading from those leading the way.
 
Shift is a podcast by Alberta Innovates that's dedicated to interviewing and showing how Alberta innovators, entrepreneurs, and researchers are leading the future of innovation. Alberta has many unsung heroes and many interesting and important technological advancements being made that will greatly impact our lives. These deserve a spotlight, and by listening to Shift people will get a sense of how Alberta innovation is leading the way.
 
Tune in to hear insightful conversations on fascinating industry innovations with members of the Research Park community- startups, corporations, students, and alumni. The Research Park at University of Illinois is a leading hub for tech commercialization with a unique environment that cultivates startups and increases capabilities for established companies. The mixed-use composition promotes creative collisions and interdisciplinary collaborations, strengthening the bridge between campus an ...
 
Engineering The Future is the official podcast for the member and advocacy body that serves Ontario’s engineering community, known as the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE). Hosted by OSPE Board member and engineer Jerome James, P.Eng., Engineering The Future offers a wealth of information to engineers at all levels of their career. Episodes will delve into issues impacting the profession through discussions with industry, government, and academic changemakers. The podcast is r ...
 
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CancerCast

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CancerCast

Weill Cornell Medicine

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New scientific developments are transforming the future of cancer treatment and care. Hosted by world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist Dr. John Leonard, CancerCast is your window into research breakthroughs, innovative therapies and honest accounts of living with and beyond cancer. Questions or suggestions? Email us at cancercast@med.cornell.edu.
 
In the Catapult Network’s Supercharging Innovation podcast, Jeremy Silver, Chair of the Catapult Network, talks with some of the UK’s top industrial and academic leaders and parliamentarians to get their views on Innovation. Together they are putting UK innovation under the spotlight and exploring the role of Government, businesses, the research community, private investors, and other innovative organisations in strengthening the economy through collaboration. Welcome to the Catapult Network ...
 
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CLI Podcast

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CLI Podcast

Community for Learning & Innovation

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The Community for Learning & Innovation of the Erasmus University Rotterdam is all about connecting and enabling educational innovation. Sharing insights, experienced pitfalls, lessons learned from one lecturer with as many other lecturers as possible. Involving students and supporting them to realise their own improvements of EURs education. The CLI podcasts aim to inspire and inform our own community, but also interested others, about new initiatives, research projects and all aspects of f ...
 
Learn how to systematically and consistently create profound innovation. Break through traditional thinking! Scott Amyx is a globally renowned expert in product innovation that integrates exponential technologies, out-of-the-box thinking and proven science and research methodologies to create breakthrough new innovations for organizations. On his Forbes column and now on this podcast, he shares research-based best practices on how to generate profound, new-to-the-world innovations that have ...
 
The clinical research industry is changing at a rapid pace, and with good reason. Considering the gaps and issues exposed by the COVID-19 crisis, successful sites, sponsors and CROs recognize that it’s time for The Next Phase with a move toward a new, nimbler era of clinical research. Hosted by the remote site monitoring experts from Florence Healthcare, this podcast explores the new tools and practices that will better allow us to advance human health today and beyond.
 
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Next in Tech

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Next in Tech

451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence

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Define your digital roadmap. Weekly podcasts featuring specialists from 451 Research and other areas of S&P Global Market Intelligence help you take a deep look at industries and companies as they invent and implement digital infrastructure. To learn more, visit: www.spglobal.com/451-research
 
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Future Lab Radio

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Future Lab Radio

Connected Social Media

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Future Lab is a weekly online radio show devoted to technology research from Intel Labs, and its university and industry partners. The interviews introduce you to a range of fascinating people on the front lines of research in areas like computing, biology, anthropology, energy, automotive design, visual sensing, robotics, space exploration and more.
 
In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
Interested in human behavior and how people think? The Measure of Everyday Life is a weekly interview program featuring innovations in social science and ideas from leading researchers and commentators. Independent Weekly has called the show "unexpected" and "diverse" and says the show "brings big questions to radio." Join host Dr. Brian Southwell (@BrianSouthwell) as he explores the human condition. Episodes air each Sunday night at 6:30 PM in the Raleigh-Durham broadcast market and a podca ...
 
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Big Brains

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Big Brains

University of Chicago Podcast Network

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We tell the stories behind the pioneering research and pivotal breakthroughs reshaping our world. Change how you see the world. Produced out of The University of Chicago. Adweek's "Best Branded Podcast" of 2020.
 
Eye on A.I. is a biweekly podcast, hosted by longtime New York Times correspondent Craig S. Smith. In each episode, Craig will talk to people making a difference in artificial intelligence. The podcast aims to put incremental advances into a broader context and consider the global implications of the developing technology. AI is about to change your world, so pay attention.
 
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Intel Labs

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Intel Labs

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Throughout the world Intel Labs researchers are working at universities, in labs, and in the field to create technology to improve every facet of life from agriculture to manufacturing, microbiology, space exploration and beyond.
 
In the Outsmart Your Instincts Podcast, host Adam Hansen explores what’s going on—under the radar—with non-conscious instincts (aka Cognitive Biases) that trip up innovation, and points towards some effective ways around them. He talks to some of the best and brightest in the world of innovation to explore how Cognitive Biases affect our work, and how we can all learn a new way to think.
 
The new podcast from ETH Zurich is here! The topics are as varied as the formats: In exciting background reports and expert talks we want to include everything that is thrilling, controversial, and fun about science and technology. ETH Zurich – Where the future begins! Our university for science and technology dates back to the year 1855, when the founders of modern-day Switzerland created it as a centre of innovation and knowledge. At ETH Zurich, students discover an ideal environment for i ...
 
“This is Product Management” interviews the brightest minds across the numerous disciplines that fuel modern product teams. Episodes span from arts to science, tactics to strategies, confessions to professions. Take a deep dive into user experience, statistics, innovation, differentiation, design, development, metrics, and more with the latest podcast for product managers. This is Product Management is produced by Feedback Loop Learn more and subscribe at tipm.feedbackloop.com
 
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CES Tech Talk

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CES Tech Talk

Consumer Technology Association

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The CES Tech Talk podcast features industry experts talking about the latest consumer technology trends and what to expect at CES. You'll be counting down the days until CES Digital in January with this insiders' look brought to you by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, producers of CES.
 
Hosted by Fard Johnmar, the Digital Health Maven podcast is a monthly program designed to inspire and enlighten you with stories and insights from the people who are making a tremendous difference in health. They’re CEOs, researchers, thinkers and others who are shaping the future of health, medicine and wellness and helping us understand and use digital innovations to improve health globally. As the show's title suggests, it is also designed to illustrate how these Digital Health Mavens are ...
 
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One of Canada’s longstanding digital and economic policy concerns has involved innovation, with fears that the Canadian economy is failing to keep pace with other, more innovative economies. Some point to intellectual property as a critical part of policy equation, arguing that stronger IP laws would help incentivize greater innovation. Economists …
 
🔖 Innovative Research involves looking for solutions – either to known, or sometimes to undefined needs. It’s essentially an investment in technology and future capabilities which is transformed into new products, processes, and services. We are truly grateful to be joined by Dr. Monica Jong the former executive director International Myopia Instit…
 
Dr. David Allison – Dean of the School of Public Health at Indiana University Bloomington – joins Innovators to talk about what perceptions and trust are like today in fields like research, public health, and public safety, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Allison became Dean and Provost Professor at the Indiana University-Bloomington Scho…
 
Madeleine Mortimore is a researcher who serves as the Global Education Innovation and Research Lead at Logitech. She studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and has worked in various areas of EdTech as an international educator, an innovator at the MIT Teaching and Learning Lab, a strategist associated with one of the largest online hig…
 
The past year has been an incredibly active one for Canadian digital law and policy with important Supreme Court cases, legislative proposals, committee reports, expert panels, and political promises to reform existing laws and regulation. For this final Lawbytes podcast of 2019, I go solo without a guest to talk about the most significant trends a…
 
Site blocking has been on the policy and regulatory radar screen for several years in Canada, starting with the Bell-led Fairplay proposal to the CRTC and demands for site blocking as part of the copyright review. With both the CRTC and elected officials rejecting site blocking proposals, rights holders have turned to the courts. Last month, a Fede…
 
Child slavery, motherhood, female independence and freedom through education are amongst the topics explored in over 20 books by the author Buchi Emecheta. Born in 1944 in an Ibusa village, she lost her father aged eight, travelled to London and made a career as a writer whilst bringing up five children on her own, working by day and studying at ni…
 
The dot-org domain extension was established as one of the first top-level domains in 1985 alongside dot-com, dot-net and a handful of others. In 2002, administration over the domain was awarded to the Public Interest Registry (PIR), a non-profit established by the Internet Society (ISOC), to run the extension. PIR recently announced that it was be…
 
David Graham was not your typical Member of Parliament. A Liberal MP from the Quebec riding of Laurentides-Labelle, Graham brought a background in open source issues to Parliament Hill. Over his four years as an MP, Graham was seemingly everywhere when it came to digital policy. Whether in the House of Commons talking net neutrality, the Industry c…
 
Is the Canadian media in a state of financial crisis? Stories on newspaper closures and journalist layoffs have become frustratingly commonplace in recent years, leading to increasingly vocal calls for policy reforms or public funding measures. But Marc Edge, a longtime journalist, editor, and professor at universities around the world, has studied…
 
The Canadian copyright review conducted earlier this year heard evidence on a remarkably broad range of issues. One issue that seemed to take committee members by surprise was crown copyright, which captured considerable attention and became the subject of two supplemental opinions from the Conservative and NDP members as well as the basis for a pr…
 
Coming into the 2019 federal election, there were widespread concerns regarding disinformation campaigns, foreign interference, social media advertising and manipulation, and fake news. The federal government enacted legislation designed to foster greater transparency on political advertising, but on the heels of elections elsewhere, the prospect o…
 
This week is open access week, an opportunity to celebrate and raise awareness of the emergence and continued growth of open access. Countries have been taking increasingly strong steps toward making their research openly available, with mandates that require researchers who accept public grants to make their published research results freely avail…
 
Digital issues were expected to garner attention in the 2019 Canadian federal election campaign. Over the course of the past few weeks, all the main political parties have had something to say about the high cost of cellphone prices in Canada and the prospect of implementing new taxes on tech companies. Laura Tribe, the Executive Director of OpenMe…
 
The future of Canadian communications law has emerged as political hot potato in recent weeks with political parties engaged in finger pointing over who is acting – or failing to act – on issues closely aligned to cultural policy. Just prior to the election call, Dwayne Winseck, a professor at Carleton who has been one of Canada’s most prominent ex…
 
Last month, Canada’s telecom regulator, the CRTC, issued its final decision in a lengthy battle over the rates that independent Internet providers pay for wholesale access to the broadband networks run by big incumbents such as Bell and Rogers. The Commission slashed previous rates and made its decision retroactive, an approach that sparked anger a…
 
The first episode of the new season of the Lawbytes podcast is dedicated to my good friend and colleague Ian Kerr, a giant in the law and technology field, who passed away on August 27th after battling complications arising from cancer. Ian’s generosity, warmth, and good humour touched the lives of thousands of people. Whether national privacy comm…
 
The last episode of Season One of the Lawbytes podcast (new episodes will resume in September) returns to WIPO, the World Intellectual Property Organization and its proposed BRIP database. The BRIP database, which stands for Building Respect for Intellectual Property, will be a database of allegedly infringing websites. While some of the details re…
 
The question of what responsibility should lie with Internet platforms for the content they host that is posted by their users has been the subject of debate around in the world as politicians, regulators, and the broader public seek to navigate policy choices to combat harmful speech that have implications for freedom of expression, online harms, …
 
Canada has a well-earned reputation for some of the highest wireless prices in the world with numerous comparative studies finding that consumers pay relatively high prices for low amounts of data. There are obviously many factors behind pricing, but for many consumers the top line issue is how much does the wireless service cost and how much data …
 
Technology transfer in the university context has emerged as significant policy issue with governments seeking to maximize the benefits of public investment in research at Canadian universities. For example, the Ford government in Ontario recently launched an expert panel on intellectual property squarely focused on the issue that speaks to maximiz…
 
Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez recently appeared to pre-empt the government’s broadcast and telecommunications legislative review panel in his response to the panel’s interim report. Rodriguez indicated that the government will move to mandate new contributions and Cancon requirements for online services regardless of what the panel rec…
 
The search for solutions to address climate change is urgent. People want action now, something that will move the needle. But every solution that’s on the table has potential unintended consequences or tradeoffs involved. For example, wind power sounds like a great, clean option, but wind farms need space — where should they be located? A plan to …
 
Alexander Puzrin is Deputy head of the Institute for Geotechnical Engineering at ETH Zurich: https://igt.ethz.ch/Johan Gaume is head of EPFL's Snow and Avalanche Simulation: [https://www.epfl.ch/labs/slab/] Press release from January 2021: [https://ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2021/01/a-new-take-on-an-old-mystery.html] ETH Podcasts are …
 
Gardening and George Orwell might not be the first pairing that comes to mind but he uses gardening metaphors in his writing and made many notes about the growth of vegetables and flowers he had planted. Rebecca Solnit discusses how this focus helps us understand his work and that of other writers interested in flowers. Shahidha Bari is also joined…
 
Monique Fry, VP of Community Success for Calgary-based Helpseeker, a technology business that provides access to community, health, and social services to over 250, 000 people, joins us for this episode As a First Nations woman, Monique walks us through her experiences and the importance that HelpSeeker places on values that recognize a diverse cli…
 
It feels like our world has never faced so many crisis all at the same time, and trying to solve them at once seems impossible. But, in 2015, the United Nations came together to develop a list of 17 Sustainable Development Goals, a blueprint for addressing all of humanity’s problems—from poverty to climate change to peace and justice. And, amazingl…
 
Mike Palmer returns to get a sense of where we are heading into the 4th Quarter of 2021. In the midst of the Fall Semester in 3K, PreK, K12, and Higher Ed, what are we observing so far? Beyond traditional formal learning channels, what's new and emerging in lifelong learning and workforce development? And what are we on the lookout for as we head t…
 
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