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Genes Versus Environment—Which is More Important? Tapping into this and Other Philosophical Evolutionary Questions

Human development isn’t as simple as genes plus environment. Just because we have certain genes doesn’t mean they are expressed—our early experiences in life can determine whether certain genes are turned “on” or “off,” according to Harvard. Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther, a scientist, researcher, writer, and educator, amongst other titles, has dived into this topic and […]

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Genes Versus Environment—Which is More Important? Tapping into this and Other Philosophical Evolutionary Questions

Human development isn’t as simple as genes plus environment. Just because we have certain genes doesn’t mean they are expressed—our early experiences in life can determine whether certain genes are turned “on” or “off,” according to Harvard. Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther, a scientist, researcher, writer, and educator, amongst other titles, has dived into this topic and […]

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Abu Dhabi Space Debate and the Space Industry’s Most Pressing Challenges

Abu Dhabi Space Debate happened on December 5-6, 2022, where high-level industry and government personnel gathered to discuss and debate the space industry’s most pressing challenges and drive the new space economy. One of the Big Debates held on Tuesday, December 6th, delved into the mega challenges that come with mega-constellations. Up for discussion […]

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Healthcare
How Cell and Gene Manufacturers Can Scale to Meet Demand

Between 2022 and 2030, the cell and gene therapy sector is expected to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39.42 percent, BioSpace said of a recent Vision Research Report. This is quite a large anticipated growth; how will startups and current manufacturing companies work to meet this growing demand? On today’s episode of […]

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“Stronger Together”: 2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate Shows Cooperation is Both Key and a Challenge

The future of public and private space use is being defined in real time, as the possibilities for commercialization, further scientific discoveries, and key government projects expand their horizons. A critical part of the next phase of space projects will be deciding how various countries’ projects will seek a helping hand from across national lines, […]

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The European Space Agency Lunar Launch Programs and Service Initiatives to Watch in 2023

The European Space Agency is making strides in its efforts to commercialize space, with a focus on sustained exploration. What are they doing to achieve this? According to the ESA, it all starts with service initiatives. A recent panel discussion at the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany revealed that the ESA is growing its […]

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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us

As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we’ll likely see next: “CRADA really […]

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US Inflation Expectations Extend Retreat, Buoy Consumers’ Mood
January 30, 2023

(Bloomberg) — US short- and long-term inflation expectations improved at the end of January, helping to once again boost consumer sentiment. Respondents said they expect prices to advance 3.9% over the next year, the lowest since April 2021, the University of Michigan’s final survey reading showed Friday. The sentiment index climbed to 64.9 from earlier […]

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How Companies Can Benefit from Working with Volta Insight
January 30, 2023

Driving Technology Solutions for a more sustainable future doesn’t happen in a bubble. Commercial HVAC Service providers like Service Logic rely on close relationships to improve what they do and vice versa. One partnership Service Logic values is the one they have with Volta Energy.  Volta Knowledge host Tyler Kern wanted to learn more […]

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Here Come the Little Electric Pickup Trucks
January 29, 2023

(Bloomberg) —Having zipped from six-figure sedans to Costco-crushing SUVs, electrification is finally zeroing in on the auto industry’s most esoteric form: the tiny pickup truck. At least two major carmakers are considering adding small, battery-powered pickups to their growing parade of EVs.At General Motors Co., spokesman Stuart Fowle says a pint-sized pickup is one of several […]

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Abu Dhabi Space Debate and the Space Industry’s Most Pressing Challenges
December 29, 2022

Abu Dhabi Space Debate happened on December 5-6, 2022, where high-level industry and government personnel gathered to discuss and debate the space industry’s most pressing challenges and drive the new space economy. One of the Big Debates held on Tuesday, December 6th, delved into the mega challenges that come with mega-constellations. Up for discussion […]

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“Stronger Together”: 2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate Shows Cooperation is Both Key and a Challenge

The future of public and private space use is being defined in real time, as the possibilities for commercialization, further scientific discoveries, and key government projects expand their horizons. A critical part of the next phase of space projects will be deciding how various countries’ projects will seek a helping hand from across national lines, […]

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The European Space Agency Lunar Launch Programs and Service Initiatives to Watch in 2023

The European Space Agency is making strides in its efforts to commercialize space, with a focus on sustained exploration. What are they doing to achieve this? According to the ESA, it all starts with service initiatives. A recent panel discussion at the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany revealed that the ESA is growing its […]

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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us

As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we’ll likely see next: “CRADA really […]

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The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us
November 28, 2022

As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we’ll likely see next: “CRADA really […]

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Climate Change Study Produces Alarming Information, But How Accurate Is It?

Concrete data on climate, and the actions that impact it can be hard to determine. Climate Trace, an organization that aims to measure true carbon levels across the globe recently published a study that claimed greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas facilities is three times higher than those producers state. Steve Hendrickson, President […]

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Let the Space Race Begin Again

NASA successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into outer space this week. The Orion spacecraft is headed for the moon, with the goal of returning to earth in less than four weeks. The journey is the first leg of the Artemis I mission, which has the goal of eventually launching spacecraft […]

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The Importance of Teaching Science

Do you remember a favorite Science teacher or Science class you had in high school or college? I have fond memories of different teachers who taught Science in a fun, witty, and engaging manner. Watching some of the most comedic educators perform science experiments in school was quite often the highlight of my day during my […]

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The Importance of Teaching Science
November 15, 2022

Do you remember a favorite Science teacher or Science class you had in high school or college? I have fond memories of different teachers who taught Science in a fun, witty, and engaging manner. Watching some of the most comedic educators perform science experiments in school was quite often the highlight of my day during my […]

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NASA Scrubs First Test Flight of Moon Rocket After Engine Fault

(Bloomberg) — NASA is delaying the debut launch of its new massive rocket due to an issue with one of the rocket’s main engines in another setback for its plan to orbit the moon and return to Earth. The Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket launch which was expected early Monday will be rescheduled, the […]

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Bill Gates-Led Fund Backs Startup With Cheaper Way to Move Hydrogen

(Bloomberg) — A hydrogen molecule is tiny. So tiny, in fact, that trying to store and transport it via existing tanks and pipes can end up causing cracks in steel. If hydrogen is to become a clean fuel of the future, urgent technological solutions are needed to keep it in place and move it at […]

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How Science and Technology is Revolutionizing the Cannabis Industry

Cannabis development is highly attributed to plant breeding and targeted cultivation strategies. Crops themselves are entirely different from those in the 1970s, and we’ve learned a lot by fine-tuning our techniques. According to Anders Peterson, Cannabis Operations Specialist at InSpire Transpiration Solutions, science and technology have been game-changing for cannabis development. “We’ve been able to […]

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What Updated Annex 1 Regulations Mean for Sterile Manufacturing Companies in 2023
November 2, 2022

Over the summer new GMP Annex 1 regulations were released by the FDA and EMA, prompting new changes to become standard protocolin sterile manufacturing companies. By August 2023, the regulations will take effect and companies will have to ensure that they are in compliance with the guidelines set. Discussing this on a new podcast, host […]

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Forging Connections: Flipping CAPA on Its Head with Prevention

Waste and lost money run rampant in various sectors, and healthcare and pharmaceuticals are no exception. Bethany Kearney, Director of Enablement for Sparta Systems, and Zillery Fortner, Product Advisor, QA/RA Life Sciences at Sparta Systems, joined Forging Connections Host Michelle Dawn Mooney to discuss flipping corrective and preventive action (CAPA) on its head through preventive […]

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The Most Exciting International Space Event of the Year

Looking up the skies has always been a subject of human fascination but with the advancements of technology, it can now be the subject of exploration, economy, and interaction. Speaking on the importance of space as a business frontier, host of Are We There Yet? Grant Harrell invited Altair Enterprise co-founders Martynas Fedotovas and Nika […]

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Trends in Pet and Animal Wellbeing

Nutrition, supplements, and wellness are the foundation for a healthy human life. And that trend is now leaking into our pets and animal health. According to a recent Pet Age report, “a pet’s health and wellness is a three-dimensional sphere that includes several interdependent parts including a high-quality diet, regular exercise, routine veterinary care, […]

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Trends in Pet and Animal Wellbeing
August 15, 2022

Nutrition, supplements, and wellness are the foundation for a healthy human life. And that trend is now leaking into our pets and animal health. According to a recent Pet Age report, “a pet’s health and wellness is a three-dimensional sphere that includes several interdependent parts including a high-quality diet, regular exercise, routine veterinary care, […]

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Forging Connections: What Is the Cost of Not Being Digitally Smart?

With more than 18 years of experience as the founder, CEO, and president of Acumen Analytics, Kathleen Brunner’s love for numbers is evident. To talk about the key role data plays in solving problems, Brunner sits down with host Michelle Dawn Mooney. With today technological advancements, almost everything captures some form of data. The key […]

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Trends in Space Technology

ATM machines, the internet, GPS maps, and weather reports all have one common denominator: outer space. Without space, these services would not be possible at the scale they are today. TE Connectivity’s leader of global engineering, Matt McAlonis joined Tyler Kern, host of Our Connected World, to highlight the trends in the frontier of space […]

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Digestible: Why Your Microbiome Matters for Sports and Active Nutrition

Athletes and fitness enthusiasts are known for taking care of their bodies while pushing themselves to continuously strive to improve their performance. To support this lifestyle, individuals need to take care of themselves in and out of the gym and sports arena. From proper nutrition and sleep to taking care of sore muscles and injuries, […]

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Digestible: Why Your Microbiome Matters for Sports and Active Nutrition
April 29, 2022

Athletes and fitness enthusiasts are known for taking care of their bodies while pushing themselves to continuously strive to improve their performance. To support this lifestyle, individuals need to take care of themselves in and out of the gym and sports arena. From proper nutrition and sleep to taking care of sore muscles and injuries, […]

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Getting Technical: Flying in Green Skies

Aviation contributes to 2% of all CO2 emissions, which is something the industry wants to change. Jason Riggs, director of strategy at Technetics, spoke with Tyler Kern about some of the aviation industry’s plans to reach zero emissions by 2050 through sustainable aviation fuels (SAFs), hydrogen, and pure battery-electric aircraft. Hydrogen as a fuel source […]

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Vibrations: Vibration Building Design for Cancer Center Part 1

Critical industries need building infrastructure that eliminates even the slightest whisper of the wind or rumblings of public transit miles away. Sensitive instruments used in mission-critical research, testing, and product equipment must exist in a vibration-free environment. Industry-leading TCM understands these needs, and their products have become an essential tool for vibration control to solve […]

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Material Signs: Introduction to the World of Optics

Doctors Scott Carney, chief science and technology officer at Optica, Kate Medicus, CEO at Ruda-Cardinal, and Alexis Vogt, endowed chair and professor of optics at Monroe Community College, joined Host Tyler Kern for the very first podcast of Enpro’s Material Signs to talk about the world of optics and its impact on the world. Optics, […]

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China Is Showing No Signs of Slowing Down Space Exploration
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China Is Showing No Signs of Slowing Down Space Exploration
June 15, 2022

Blaine Curcio is the Founder of Orbital Gateway Consulting and a foremost expert on the Chinese space sector. His podcast, Dongfang Hour, provides essential information on the Chinese space program from Chinese sources. Space to Grow’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden recently got the opportunity to chat with Blaine and talk about all things […]

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The Petri Dish Month in Review

MarketScale is committed to covering the stories and trends that impact B2B industries. In this month in review, we take a look back at a few of the stories that impacted Healthcare and Sciences.   Featured Stories:   The Great Resignation Takes a Hit at Healthcare’s C-suite Kevin Stevenson, host of the I Don’t Care podcast […]

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Vaya Space is on a Mission to Reduce Risk & Cost in Space Exploration

Small satellites are categorized by weight, under 500 kg or 1100lb, developed for navigation, communication, earth observation, and other activities. Fortune Business Insights projects the market to reach 10.75 B in 2028. Vaya Space is poised to take its fair share of the market in small satellite launches in the future. Vaya delivers safer launches […]

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The Infrastructure Available to the Commercial Space Industry will Impact Affordability of Launches

Peter Beck launched Rocket Lab in 2006 in New Zealand. Though his background isn’t traditional, he knew he wanted to build rickets from a young age. He quickly developed international partnerships and expanded with venture capitalists in 2014. Since 2014, the company has doubled in size every year. Today, Rocket Lab has more than a […]

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The Infrastructure Available to the Commercial Space Industry will Impact Affordability of Launches
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The Infrastructure Available to the Commercial Space Industry will Impact Affordability of Launches
May 4, 2022

Peter Beck launched Rocket Lab in 2006 in New Zealand. Though his background isn’t traditional, he knew he wanted to build rickets from a young age. He quickly developed international partnerships and expanded with venture capitalists in 2014. Since 2014, the company has doubled in size every year. Today, Rocket Lab has more than a […]

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The Industry That is Depending on Science and Regulation to Grow

Yuran Li, Director, MS Commercial Strategies, Alternative Biomedical Solutions (ABS), is a biochemist by training. Still, his fascinations with physics, math, and probability have led him down some interesting paths, including some stints in the professional poker world. Lucky for ABS, he chose the science route. Cannabis is a schedule 1 drug classification by the […]

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The Goals for Space Exploration for This Decade and Beyond

The expanse of space, the wondrous and eerie world that very few individuals have experienced. In this episode, Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden talk to Ellen Stofan, Under Secretary of Science and Research at the Smithsonian, about the future of space exploration in the government and private sectors, the public. Stofan’s career in space was […]

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The Impact of the Russian ASAT Tests

In this bonus episode of Space to Grow, hosts Charity Weeden and Chris Blackerby  sit down to discuss kinetic ASAT tests in space and possible silver-linings that came from the most recent test. The November 2021 Russian ASAT (Anti-Satellite) test shed unprecedented light onto the space community and is estimated to have produced almost 1700 pieces of […]

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The Impact of the Russian ASAT Tests
March 30, 2022

In this bonus episode of Space to Grow, hosts Charity Weeden and Chris Blackerby  sit down to discuss kinetic ASAT tests in space and possible silver-linings that came from the most recent test. The November 2021 Russian ASAT (Anti-Satellite) test shed unprecedented light onto the space community and is estimated to have produced almost 1700 pieces of […]

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To Create a Private Market Do Governments Need To Kickstart Space Programs?

Bhavya Lal, Associate Administrator for Technology, Policy, and Strategy at NASA, joined Hosts Charity Weeden and Chris Blackerby to discuss the transition to her role at NASA. As a former employee at the Institute for Defense Analysis and the Science and Technology Institute, Lal switched from research to management. “I’m really blessed with the leadership […]

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As Spaces Evolves into a “Normal Market”, How Will This Impact the Competition?

On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their compelling experience and expertise to map out the technology, international policy, and scalability that will define the next generation of space exploration. In this episode, Kevin O’Connell discussed his career in government that led to his present business of informing and defining space commerce as a consultant […]

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This Season’s Mission Will Be Making Space Relatable

Space to Grow is back for a second season with hosts Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden from Astroscale. It’s where economics, technology and sustainability in space intersect. In the opening episode, Blackerby and Weeden take a look back and forward regarding the space economy. “We’re going to focus a lot on partnerships as a dedicated […]

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Genes Versus Environment—Which is More Important? Tapping into this and Other Philosophical Evolutionary Questions
January 5, 2023

Human development isn’t as simple as genes plus environment. Just because we have certain genes doesn’t mean they are expressed—our early experiences in life can determine whether certain genes are turned “on” or “off,” according to Harvard. Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther, a scientist, researcher, writer, and educator, amongst other titles, has dived into this topic and […]

Read More
Abu Dhabi Space Debate and the Space Industry’s Most Pressing Challenges
December 29, 2022

Abu Dhabi Space Debate happened on December 5-6, 2022, where high-level industry and government personnel gathered to discuss and debate the space industry’s most pressing challenges and drive the new space economy. One of the Big Debates held on Tuesday, December 6th, delved into the mega challenges that come with mega-constellations. Up for discussion […]

Read More
How Cell and Gene Manufacturers Can Scale to Meet Demand
December 21, 2022

Between 2022 and 2030, the cell and gene therapy sector is expected to experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 39.42 percent, BioSpace said of a recent Vision Research Report. This is quite a large anticipated growth; how will startups and current manufacturing companies work to meet this growing demand? On today’s episode of […]

Read More
“Stronger Together”: 2022 Abu Dhabi Space Debate Shows Cooperation is Both Key and a Challenge
December 13, 2022

The future of public and private space use is being defined in real time, as the possibilities for commercialization, further scientific discoveries, and key government projects expand their horizons. A critical part of the next phase of space projects will be deciding how various countries’ projects will seek a helping hand from across national lines, […]

Read More
The European Space Agency Lunar Launch Programs and Service Initiatives to Watch in 2023
December 6, 2022

The European Space Agency is making strides in its efforts to commercialize space, with a focus on sustained exploration. What are they doing to achieve this? According to the ESA, it all starts with service initiatives. A recent panel discussion at the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany revealed that the ESA is growing its […]

Read More
The Commercial Space Age Is Upon Us
November 28, 2022

As part of an agreement signed Nov. 18 with Blue Origin, the U.S. Space Systems Command paves the way for Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket to compete for national security launch contracts once it is flight-certified. Jack Blood, Chief Revenue Officer, Vaya Space gives his take on what we’ll likely see next: “CRADA really […]

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Climate Change Study Produces Alarming Information, But How Accurate Is It?
November 18, 2022

Concrete data on climate, and the actions that impact it can be hard to determine. Climate Trace, an organization that aims to measure true carbon levels across the globe recently published a study that claimed greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas facilities is three times higher than those producers state. Steve Hendrickson, President […]

Read More
Let the Space Race Begin Again
November 18, 2022

NASA successfully launched the most powerful rocket in the world into outer space this week. The Orion spacecraft is headed for the moon, with the goal of returning to earth in less than four weeks. The journey is the first leg of the Artemis I mission, which has the goal of eventually launching spacecraft […]

Read More
The Importance of Teaching Science
November 15, 2022

Do you remember a favorite Science teacher or Science class you had in high school or college? I have fond memories of different teachers who taught Science in a fun, witty, and engaging manner. Watching some of the most comedic educators perform science experiments in school was quite often the highlight of my day during my […]

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