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Why You Shouldn’t Be Using ‘Conventional’ Methods for Unconventional Drilling

On this episode of the Sciences Podcast, host Tyler Kern dug deep, so to speak, on the topic of using big data for conventional and unconventional reservoirs with two...
John Deaton says

The Secret Science To Harnessing the Power of Probiotics using Prebiotics

Whether you prefer yogurt, kimchi, kefir, or kombucha, probiotics are all around us. But how do we really harness the benefits of this good bacteria, and capitalize on consuming...
James Costanza says

Walk-In Freezer Innovations are Defying the Laws of Thermodynamics

The first modern freezer hit homes in the early 1900s. Since then, modern refrigeration and freezers have come a long way; the laws of thermodynamics, though, haven’t changed. The...
Deanna Shukis, M.S., CT(ASCP) says

Embracing the Human Side of Healthcare Labs

The importance of labs in healthcare is vital. Lab work helps clinicians understand and diagnose patients, and for labs to work smoothly and give feedback that can potentially change...
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Listen: How Did the Event Horizon Telescope Photograph a Black Hole?

Black holes do not let light escape, according to University of Arizona professor Dimitrios Psaltis, so how does a camera capture a photo of one? This is the challenge...

Leaders Driving Change at SXSW: Part Two

The films and music that debut at SXSW every year may be what people remember, but alongside that star power stands innovation that changes the world. There will be...

Leaders Driving Change at SXSW: Part One

Learning about and experimenting with new products is what makes attending an event like SXSW an enjoyable and worthwhile endeavor. Hearing specific stories of how these developments have already...

Capturing the Deep Ocean on Film with Ed McNichol of Ocean Exploration Trust

Considering that our oceans cover more than 70 percent of our planet’s surface and contain more than 97 percent of the Earth’s water, it’s surprising to realize that only...

How Will Upcoming Chinese Tariffs Affect Chemical Distribution? with Ben Sawicki & Matt...

Coming in response to China's Made In China 2025 initiative, which pushes to make China a competitor in advanced manufacturing, a flurry of tariffs is leaving many U.S. businesses...

Listen: Lifelong Learning, From Mars to the Moon with Andy Weir, Author of The...

Grabbing and holding people's attention as a creator is more important than ever. For many creators, this means creating infotainment for their audience, a piece of art that not...

Listen: Space, The VR Frontier with Tanya Gupta of NASA

The future of space exploration looked bleak after 2010 when NASA's Space Shuttle program was officially retired. Beyond satellites and research conducted from the ISS, there weren't many plans...

Introducing Marc Coenen as the Fiberguide European Account Manager

Fiberguide recently expanded our footprint to better serve our European customers. Marc Coenen, the first Europe-based Fiberguide employee, will support the company’s European distribution network. Fiberguide is working to...

Part 3: Understanding Relative Perspective with Hunter Gabbard of LIGO

On today's podcast with Hunter Gabbard, we discuss how relative perspective is, the comparison between a volcano in Hawaii and matter in space, and we determine who wins when...

Listen: Measuring Gravitational Waves with Fergus Hayes of LIGO

Today we hosted Fergus Hayes, who is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow. Fergus discussed the measurement and data tracking of colliding neutron stars and gamma ray...

Part 2: Deciphering Black Holes with Hunter Gabbard of LIGO

On Part 2 of our podcast series with Hunter Gabbard, we discuss some really odd things about black holes, energy, and how a black hole "disappears". For the latest news,...

Part 1: The Nature of Learning with Hunter Gabbard

On today's podcast, I have a discussion with Hunter Gabbard from the LIGO Scientific Collaboration. We talk about the nature of human learning, how machine learning can accelerate that...

Listen: Exploring Space for Gravitational Waves with Hunter Gabbard

On today's podcast, we get to learn from Hunter Gabbard from the LIGO-Virgo Space Collaboration. We discuss the increasing utility of machine learning in astrophysical research, the fact of...

Listen: Introducing Faults Can Strengthen Aluminum

When it comes to aluminum, our typical encounter with this material is usually found in soft drink cans daily. However, researchers from Purdue have found that even though Aluminum...

Listen: Biotech Firms Set Their Funding Sights High

The arrival of the new year also brings with it, the arrival of new products in the marketplace. Of specific interest this year are several biotech firms that have...

Harnessing The Power Of Algae

With the world's population increasing, energy demands are growing every day. However, the energy solution of the future might not be what you would expect. Researchers at the University...

LISTEN: Leaving An Imprint on the Fiber Optic Industry

This week on the Software and Electronics podcast, Mic Chaudoir, VP Sales and Marketing for Fiberguide, educates us on the revolution of Fiber Optics in Pro AV, and its...

LISTEN: Astronomers just spotted a new ‘Super Earth’ planet that feels a whole lot...

Astronomers have discovered a new SUPER EARTH planet that could be the next frontier. K2-18b was originally discovered in 2015 but after further study by astronomers has been categorized...

3D-printed live bacteria creates world’s first “living tattoo”

Things are alive at MIT these days, even tattoos! Recently, it was a team over at the university that was experimenting with genetically modified bacteria cells that led them...

Living Neurons Seen

The most complex electrical system on earth just became slightly more visible due to the efforts of researchers in the Pacific Northwest.