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In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
Stanford Pathfinders features engaging dialogue with some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni. Hosted by Howard Wolf, vice president for alumni affairs at Stanford University and president of the Stanford Alumni Association, this podcast provides a special opportunity for Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences as leaders in politics, entertainment, sports, technology and more.
 
Join neuroscientist, philosopher, and best-selling author Sam Harris as he explores important and controversial questions about the human mind, society, and current events. Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers. His books include The End of Faith, Letter to a Christian Nation, The Moral Landscape, Free Will, Lying, Waking Up, and Islam and the Future of Tolerance (with Maajid Nawaz). The End of Faith won the 2005 PEN Award for Nonfiction. His writing and public lectures ...
 
To Die For Podcast is the dream child of Lizza who dragged her cousin Lolo and best bud Noodles along for the ride. We are looking to create hilarious magic while exploring the world of true crime and all things spooky, scary and just plain weird.
 
The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is a public interest technology law and policy program at Stanford Law School that brings together scholars, academics, legislators, students, programmers, security researchers, and scientists to study the interaction of new technologies and the law and to examine how the synergy between the two can either promote or harm public goods like free speech, privacy, public commons, diversity, and scientific inquiry. The CIS strives as well to improve both ...
 
Podcasts hosted by George Miller, presenting fresh ideas and stimulating conversations on a wide variety of subjects, with a particular focus is on books published by university presses. Some of these interviews may present bold new theories (in the spirit of the hedgehog) while others may focus in detail on something quite small, even overlooked (in the spirit of the fox). The driving forces are curiosity and the desire to communicate original thinking in an engaging, accessible way. See ac ...
 
Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
Struggling with sleep? Desperate for deep dreams? Or simply looking to be better in life? Then make sure you listen and subscribe to Sleep Success, a new health and wellness podcast that will improve your quality of life by providing hacks, tips, tools and techniques to let you rest more at night, so you can dominate the day. Hosted by the man known as The Sleep Doctor, Dr. Michael Breus, this weekly podcast will feature his incredible expertise and insights as well as fascinating conversati ...
 
What's good? I'm Kwat Medetgul-Ernar. I’m an MD-PhD student at Stanford University. I tell you about the fundamental concepts and the latest discoveries in medicine and informatics. Keeping up with the latest science is expensive, feels like work, and is boring. At Stanford, I get to (and have to) study new things continuously. So, I decided to simplify what I get to learn and share it with you in a chill way, using everyday language. I want to teach you things without making you feel like s ...
 
Crosswinds is a series of casual conversations with national thought leaders hosted by Tom Robertson, executive director of the Vizient Research Institute. New episodes released every month feature the brightest people in health care considering questions that others haven’t thought to ask – always remarkable, never exactly what you’d expect, and having fun along the way. Crosswinds: Two old friends sitting in comfortable chairs… talking.
 
Scientific Sense ® is a daily podcast focused on Science and Economics. We talk with the world's leading academics about their research and emerging ideas in a variety of domains. The conversation is unstructured and unscripted. The host, Gill Eapen, has over 30 years of experience in various areas in Economics, Science, Technology, and Business. Decision Options ®, the firm he founded in 2001, is a leader in AI applications for decision-making. Mr. Eapen is the author of two textbooks and a ...
 
WHITE SPEAK seeks to help the non-Black community understand what's really going on with the #BlackLivesMatter movement--inspiring anti-racism, social and systemic change by answering all of the burning questions about what has led us to where we are today--and what folks can do to help and support--and how only together will we ever be able to dismantle the racial structures and barriers that are inherent to our systems and institutions. We can't let this moment pass without making real cha ...
 
The challenges faced by first responders in the medical, rescue, police, and military have never been greater. Each day that you report for duty, your personal well-being is placed on the line as you step up to fulfill your duty and help people. It is unfortunate that the contributions of first responders are very rarely recognized for the priceless gift that they really are. In addition to the physical dangers faced on the job by first responders, there is a hidden danger that may impact th ...
 
Reach Your Height, gives limb reconstruction specialists as well as their patients access to thought leaders as they discuss best practices for patients undergoing limb lengthening and or reconstruction. Host Dr. Mitchell Bernstein, head of Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma at Montreal Childrens Hospital and co-director of the limb deformity unit at Shriner’s Hospital for Children in Montreal interviews highly regarded surgeons around the world. We’ll also hear from some of their patients. We hope ...
 
Infosys is a global leader in technology services and consulting. We enable clients to create and execute strategies for their digital transformation. From engineering to application development, knowledge management and business process management, we help our clients find the right problems to solve, and to solve these effectively. Our team of innovators, across the globe, is differentiated by the imagination, knowledge and experience, across industries and technologies that we bring to ev ...
 
Most entrepreneurial content out there is the happy, fluffy and shiny side of things. This podcast is the opposite. I offer real and raw insight into my personal journey as an entrepreneur/student-athlete at one of the toughest institutions in the world, Stanford University. I will give advice, talk about what I've learned, discuss my failures, and more. This podcast will also focus on entrepreneurial personal development, environmental design, biohacking, and more.
 
Men experience depression differently. Al Levin interviews men who have suffered from depression, educating those who may know little about mental illnesses while giving hope to those who may be suffering. After three years of compiling and sharing stories, Al now includes interviews of experts on various topics around mental health.
 
Learn how to defend against the most prolific Scams that effect us both online and offline now! Hosts Art Maines and Curtis Bailey harness the skill sets of experts of all kinds to showcase how you, your loved ones and those around you can help them – HAMMER THE SCAMMERS!
 
DR. BERNARD BEITMAN, MD is the first psychiatrist since Carl Jung to systematize the study of coincidences. He developed the first valid scale to measure coincidence sensitivity and has written several coincidence articles for Psychiatric Annals. The author or editor of 16 professional books, he is a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, attended Yale Medical School, and completed a psychiatric residency at Stanford.
 
Dive into the growing role that data science plays in the latest biomedical innovations. I’m your host, Anika Gupta, a PhD student in Bioinformatics at Harvard and the Broad Institute. Join me for ~30 minutes each week as I go behind the scenes and check the pulse with domain experts and rising stars who are leading advances in data-driven human health. For a glossary of terms and resources my guests recommend, check out: bit.ly/datapulse-glossary Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the- ...
 
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Welcome back to episode 60 and our spooky ooky dive into Stanford University. Fair warning, this episode is full of random ass tangents, a some true crime, Lolo getting haunted during the recording and then an accidental scare prank. It's a weird one and we are taking you along for a lesson in Stanford's history, tragedies, ghosts, and so much more…
 
Welcome back to episode 61! It finally happened! All three of us are in the same room at the same time making podcast magic. With that being said we have never recorded like that before so the sound is a little echo-y and it managed to pick up every random sound ever, but you live you learn and we will be better prepared for next time! In honor of …
 
A Review of Multiple Sclerosis and late-onset Dementia as Infectious Syndromes Prof. Brian Balin is Professor of Neuroscience and Neuropathology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Prof. Charles Stratton is Associate Professor of Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology and medicine at Vanderbilt University. Ms. Nikki Schultek, who is the f…
 
Today's episode updates two separate lawsuits related to the 1/6 insurrection: Rep. Eric Swalwell's suit against Trump, Trump Jr., Rudy Giuliani and Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks and the ongoing drama surrounding sanctions for the Kraken lawyers in King v. Whitmer, the Michigan lawsuit that exposed just how nonsensical all of the Kraken election lawsuits …
 
This is episode 208. Today on the show, we are joined by Dr Kelly McGonigal.Kelly is a world-leading health psychologist and lecturer at Stanford University. Kelly’s previous books include the joy of movement, the willpower instinct and the upside of stress. Kelly’s Ted talk’s combined have over 20 million views, and she was called by Oprah magazin…
 
The Geography of Value Creation Over the last twenty years, the stock market indicates that value creation has become heavily concentrated in a few headquarter cities. At the same time, firms in value-creating cities have experienced declines in their profitability, due to large increases in wages and rents. Our findings thus highlight the differen…
 
In this episode of Trailblazers Talk, Infosys President Ravi Kumar S., and Stanley Black & Decker’s CEO James M. Loree and CFO Donald Allan, Jr. talk about the company’s vision to enable future thinkers and doers, enabling digital technologies into physical products and filling the gap in reskilling factory workers.…
 
In this chill episode we're talking about the Ruwa alien invasion in Zimbabwe! Did these school kids really see an alien or were they playing games? Did the tuck shop lady sell her mini cheeses? We also talk about Y2k, the doomsday apocalypse that never happened. How did the worry escalate this much, and what were we doing on December 31st 1999? ( …
 
In a dizzy euphoria at having had a single good interaction with a stranger on Facebook, Andrew decided to listen to an episode of Bari Weiss's podcast featuring a debate between Chris Rufo and David French on Critical Race Theory. Apparently, Andrew has too much free time and not enough things to be mad at. But it inspired part 3 on Critical Race …
 
Dr. Goh discusses preparing for public health emergencies and what it takes to care for all aspects of a local community’s health and well-being. Ying-Ying Goh, MD, MSHS, ’94, MD ’02, serves as the director of public health and chief health officer for the Pasadena Public Health Department.By sirius xm, stanford alumni association, Ying-Ying Goh, howard wolf
 
James Nestor is an author and journalist. His book, 'Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art' explores how the human species has lost the ability to breathe properly over the past several hundred thousand years and is now suffering from a laundry list of maladies -- snoring, sleep apnea, asthma, autoimmune disease -- because of it. In this episode yo…
 
In this episode, Al interviews Sara Hancock, former professor of clinical psychiatric rehabilitation counseling at San Diego State University and a nationally certified rehabilitation counselor, on the topic of Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) (recorded 7-1-21). Sarah received 17 years of treatment consisting of thirty-seven combinations of more tha…
 
Join Dr. Chana Davis for the best gems from Season One, episodes 11-18. Get science-based advice from leading experts and insights into how science really works. Topics and guests: 11) GMOs and our food supply (Dr. Anastasia Bodnar, SciMoms & Biology Fortified) 12) COVID-19 and your immune system (Dr. Galit Alter, Harvard, MIT & MGH) 13) COVID-19 v…
 
Cognitive Design for Artificial Mind. Prof. Antonio Lieto is Asst. Professor of Computer Science at the University of Turin. His research focuses on Artificial Intelligence, Human-Machine Interaction and Computational Cognitive Science. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Eric Topol about vaccine hesitancy and related misinformation. They discuss the problem of political and social siloing, concerns about mRNA vaccines, the Emergency Use Authorization by the FDA, the effectiveness of the COVID vaccines, vaccine efficacy vs effectiveness, the Delta variant, the m…
 
The main segment of today's show is what is known in the industry as a huge bummer. Liberty University is facing a lawsuit filed by 12 women who allege that they were sexually assaulted, and that their assault was handled horribly by the University. They also allege that Liberty's code of conduct made it more likely that they would be assaulted. It…
 
Rethinking the maturity of artificial intelligence in safety-critical settings, Lethal Autonomous Weapons: Meaningful human control or meaningful human certification?, and Regulating Safety-Critical Autonomous Systems: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives. Prof. Missy Cummings who is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke Univer…
 
Because seismogenic faults are typically buried at great depth, high spatial resolution observations of interactions between slow slip, fast slip, and locked asperities are limited. The Whillans Ice Plain is a large (~100x150 km2), thin (< 1km), stick-slipping glacier in West Antarctica where these interactions are much easier to observe. I will pr…
 
String theory, black holes, the information paradox and quantum computing Prof. Emil Martinec is Professor of Physics at the Enrico Fermi Institute, and the College of the University of Chicago. His research focuses on string theory and particle physics. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message…
 
This week we're talking about the strange concept of liminal spaces. Why do real places feel so dreamlike, and what the heck are they? We also talk about the Circleville letters - a local gossip girl that got a little too terrifying ( and deadly ) for our liking. We also talk about lucid nightmares, new mics, and other stuff. Apologies for any poli…
 
Tom Robertson, Executive Director of the Vizient Research Institute and Cathy Jacobson, President and CEO of Froedtert Health in Milwaukee return to discuss macroeconomic challenges facing the U.S. health care system rooted in its Byzantine financing system involving counter-productive cross-subsidies between payers and a historic imbalance in paym…
 
I'm going to go ahead and say this sanctions hearing was the most popular one in the history of law. It was so good, expect it on a future Law'd Great Sanctions Hearings, available on Patreon! Andrew breaks down some highlights here and lays out what we can expect to actually happen. Then, it's the Cosby case revelation Andrew has teased for weeks.…
 
Electronics are everywhere these days, so much so that often we don't even register that we are using them. The use of electronics will only grow over time as engineers solve societal challenges through increased connectivity, faster computation, new high-tech gadgets, and energy sustainability. Against that backdrop, electrical engineers like Stan…
 
Stuart Clark is a widely read astronomy journalist. His career is devoted to presenting the complex world of astronomy to the general public. Stuart holds a first class honours degree and a PhD in astrophysics. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and a former Vice Chair of the Association of British Science Writers. On 9 August 2000, U…
 
The Neo-Fisher Effect: Econometric Evidence from Empirical and Optimizing Models, Multiple equilibria in open economies with collateral constraints, and, Does the Commodity Super Cycle Matter? Prof. Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe is professor of Economics at Columbia University. She is also a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Research and …
 
Does Money Talk? Market Discipline through Selloffs and Boycotts, Adapting to Radical Change: The Benefits of Short-Horizon Investors, Public Attention to Gender Equality and Board Gender Diversity, Forced Asset Sales and the Concentration of Outstanding Debt: Evidence from the Mortgage Market, and Is There a Zero Lower Bound? The Effects of Negati…
 
Don't mess with Texas Democrats! Governor Abbott called an emergency session, not to fix the failing power grid or anything else important, but to ban knowledge and to restrict voting. Texas Democrats are not having it. They're playing the kind of hardball many of us have been thirsty for in this era. Andrew explains the situation and why it's a ve…
 
Jamie Wheal is the author of the global best-seller and Pulitzer Prize-nominated Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, Navy SEALs and Maverick Scientists are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work and the founder of the Flow Genome Project, an international organization dedicated to the research and training of ultimate human performance.Jamie is an…
 
Better luck next time: Learning through retaking, Retaking in high stakes exams: Is less more?, Taking PISA seriously: How accurate are low stakes exams?, and Does class size matter? How, and at what cost? Prof. Kala Krishna is Professor of Economics and Liberal Arts Research at Penn State University. Her research interests span international trade…
 
Slip on faults occurs as a spectrum ranging from continuous sliding, where motion is too slow to radiate seismic waves (aseismic creep), to rapid movement during earthquakes (seismic slip). Within the fault slip spectrum lies the transient release of stress through aseismic slip, commonly referred to as slow slip events (SSEs). SSEs are too slow to…
 
This week we're talking about some urban legends / cryptids. Kate is talking about the terrifying vampire legend of the Strigoi, while Abbie covers the Long Horse by Trevor Henderson as a listener request. We also talk about smelly dreams. Kate is a psychology graduate & Abbie is a demonologist. Together they talk about all things scary, strange an…
 
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