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The Life of a Scope

   Sam Harrison, Senior Clinical Educator at Censis Technologies, provided Tyler Kern with an education in endoscopy when he guided him through the lifecycle of a scope and how Censis technologies’ ScopeTrac and CensiTrac play a vital role in the process. Scopes first go through a deamination process before they enter the OR. CensiTrac then Read more

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The Life of a Scope
   Sam Harrison, Senior Clinical Educator at Censis Technologies, provided Tyler Kern with an education in endoscopy when he guided him through the lifecycle of a scope and Read more
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WATCH: Jeff Bezos’ First Interview After Returning from Space
Amazon.com co-founder Jeff Bezos returned safely from Blue Origin's first-ever crewed space flight. Tune in below to watch his first televised interview and hear his initial reactions after Read more
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How Blue Origin Kept Jeff Bezos and Team Safe
Blue Origin New Shepard Design Senior Director Garry Lai discusses the precautions the company has taken to prepare for their first manned space flight carrying owner Jeff Bezos, and the safety Read more
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Richard Branson Reflects on Being in Space, What it Means for Virgin Galactic’s Future
Virgin Galactic completed a successful test flight to space last weekend, signaling a massive jump in the space tourism market. On board was none other than Virgin Founder Sir Richard Branson Read more
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How Is the Conversation around Space Sustainability Evolving?
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 Read more
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Pfizer CEO Bourla on Covid Vaccine, R&D, Reopening
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, DVM, PH.D. was on the forefront of the global recovery from the COVID 19 pandemic. Pfizer helped lead the way to a vaccine, but Bourla has even higher ambitions for the Read more

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Turo is Decentralizing the Car Rental Industry. But Can it Scale?
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 Since the start of summer, the car rental industry has been trying to maneuver a mass car shortage. Because of the global semiconductor shortage, automotive OEMs slashed car production at the Read more
How UK Companies Can Cross the Pond to Success in an American Market
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 Post-Brexit, the U.K. is eager to fill the void of the European Union's single market and tax reliefs with fresh free trade agreements. This included discussions with the U.S., which moved forward Read more
Exploring AT&T’s Commitment to Renewable and More Efficient Energy Use
September 24, 2021
“Since 2010, we’ve completed over 100,000 energy efficiency projects.” How are key stakeholders driving change in energy? Many are forging a path to renewable energy, carbon neutrality, and leveraging data and Read more

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Tesla Is Plugging a Secret Mega-Battery Into the Texas Grid
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New Study: Probiotic DE111® Shown to Promote a Healthy Microbiome for Immune Support in Daycare-Attending Children
KENNESAW, GA (December 2, 2020) - Deerland Probiotics and Enzymes has announced the publication Read more
Denali Water Solutions, LLC Acquires Stock of Veris Environmental, LLC and AWS Dredge, LLC
Russellville, Arkansas – October 26, 2020 – Denali Water Solutions, LLC announced that it has Read more
Demystifying DAF Sludge
Have you ever twisted the top on a new bottle of soda to see bubbles appear, seemingly out of Read more
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Demystifying DAF Sludge
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Have you ever twisted the top on a new bottle of soda to see bubbles appear, seemingly out of nowhere, and rise to the top? Do you remember the sound you heard when you twisted the cap? Odds are Read more
How Diseases Rise and Fall with the Seasons
Scientists and doctors have observed for thousands of years that some diseases, such as polio Read more
The Importance of Spring Topdressing
Topdressing with compost is the practice of applying a shallow layer of compost to an area Read more
What Impact Does the Coronavirus have on Global Business?
The potentially lasting effects of the Coronavirus, like those of the early-aughts SARS Read more
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What Impact Does the Coronavirus have on Global Business?
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How One Conference Plans to Improve STEM Participation
The 2019-2020 academic year is in full swing, but a significant industry event will take place Read more
WEFTEC 2019: 3 Things to Check Out
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5 Space Bound Companies That Can Get Your Business to the Moon
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How Is the Conversation around Space Sustainability Evolving?
June 23, 2021
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 Read more
The Evolving Diplomatic Side of Space Sustainability
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
What Will Our Relationship with Space Look Like in 2030
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
Where Will the Money Come from in Space Sustainability?
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
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Where Will the Money Come from in Space Sustainability?
April 21, 2021
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 Read more
What is the Key to Sustainability in the Final Frontier?
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
What Is Space Policy?
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
What Do Space and Archaeology Have in Common?
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
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What Do Space and Archaeology Have in Common?
March 17, 2021
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 Read more
Why Microbes Can Be the Best Solution for Waterfloods, Saltwater Disposals and More
  Bill Lantz worked for decades in the oil fields working with microbes. He saw just Read more
Advocating for the Scientific Community Through Media
On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
Metrology Matters: 2D and 3D Surface Parameters – Should You Stick to the Typical Results?
This episode of Metrology Matters features two bona fide experts in the field in Digital Read more

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How Blue Origin Kept Jeff Bezos and Team Safe
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How Blue Origin Kept Jeff Bezos and Team Safe
July 20, 2021
Blue Origin New Shepard Design Senior Director Garry Lai discusses the precautions the company has taken to prepare for their first manned space flight carrying owner Jeff Bezos, and the safety Read more
Richard Branson Reflects on Being in Space, What it Means for Virgin Galactic’s Future
Virgin Galactic completed a successful test flight to space last weekend, signaling a massive Read more
Pfizer CEO Bourla on Covid Vaccine, R&D, Reopening
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, DVM, PH.D. was on the forefront of the global recovery from the COVID Read more
It’s All about Carbonates
A Propensity to Talk Density tapped three “rock stars” in the geophysical and Read more
A Propensity to Talk Density
It’s All about Carbonates
June 15, 2021
A Propensity to Talk Density tapped three “rock stars” in the geophysical and geology space to discuss the importance of carbonates. Lending their thoughts and expertise were Colm Read more
Expert Compares SpaceX and Bezos’ Blue Origin Space Race to the Tortoise and the Hare
Brad Stone, the author of "Amazon Unbound", compares Elon Musk's SpaceX to Jeff Bezos's Blue Read more
Minerals and Gravity Gradiometry – The Whole World in Your Hands
Gravity and density are both critical to mineral explorers. The art of Read more
Geothermal Exploration ‘Takes Flight’ with FTG
Geothermal energy is a hot topic in the energy space. However, locating Read more
A Propensity to Talk Density
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Geothermal energy is a hot topic in the energy space. However, locating geothermal energy requires complex surveys. There are many options, but innovative companies are taking to Read more
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On the Space to Grow podcast, Astroscale’s Chris Blackerby and Charity Weeden bring their Read more
Virgin Galactic Holdings CEO Michael Colglazier on Space Test Flights
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VTOL’s Role in the Future of Public Safety
  Romeo Durscher is the Vice President of Public Safety at Auterion, Read more
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The Life of a Scope
August 6, 2021
   Sam Harrison, Senior Clinical Educator at Censis Technologies, provided Tyler Kern with an education in endoscopy when he guided him through the lifecycle of a scope and how Censis technologies’ ScopeTrac and CensiTrac play a vital role in the process. Scopes first go through a deamination process before they enter the OR. CensiTrac then Read more
WATCH: Jeff Bezos’ First Interview After Returning from Space
July 21, 2021
Amazon.com co-founder Jeff Bezos returned safely from Blue Origin's first-ever crewed space flight. Tune in below to watch his first televised interview and hear his initial reactions after landing back on earth. "Honestly, I'm not talented enough to describe this in words. I can't figure it out. It was much more than I expected. It's awe Read more
How Blue Origin Kept Jeff Bezos and Team Safe
July 20, 2021
Blue Origin New Shepard Design Senior Director Garry Lai discusses the precautions the company has taken to prepare for their first manned space flight carrying owner Jeff Bezos, and the safety features that the New Shepard spacecraft has been fitted with. Host: Gary, thank you so much for joining us. It's wonderful to have you here. You've Read more
Richard Branson Reflects on Being in Space, What it Means for Virgin Galactic’s Future
July 12, 2021
Virgin Galactic completed a successful test flight to space last weekend, signaling a massive jump in the space tourism market. On board was none other than Virgin Founder Sir Richard Branson himself. Tune in below to see his thoughts on being a passenger on the vessel and what it means for the future of the company and space travel as a Read more
How Is the Conversation around Space Sustainability Evolving?
June 23, 2021
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.   Space to Grow closed out its first season with a wrap-up episode with hosts Chris Blackerby and Read more
Pfizer CEO Bourla on Covid Vaccine, R&D, Reopening
June 21, 2021
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, DVM, PH.D. was on the forefront of the global recovery from the COVID 19 pandemic. Pfizer helped lead the way to a vaccine, but Bourla has even higher ambitions for the company. Watch below as Bourla addresses the possibilities that lie ahead for Pfizer, and his goals to impact the medical space even further.   "I was feeling Read more
It’s All about Carbonates
June 15, 2021
A Propensity to Talk Density tapped three “rock stars” in the geophysical and geology space to discuss the importance of carbonates. Lending their thoughts and expertise were Colm Murphy, Chief Geoscientist at Bell Geospace, Graham Banks, Founder of Route to Reserves, and Jean Hsieh, Geoscientist for Sedimentary Geologist Consultants. “Modelling Read more
Expert Compares SpaceX and Bezos’ Blue Origin Space Race to the Tortoise and the Hare
June 7, 2021
Brad Stone, the author of "Amazon Unbound", compares Elon Musk's SpaceX to Jeff Bezos's Blue Origin -- referring to them as the tortoise and the hare. But what else separates the two intergalactic competitors? Who will eventually win the space race? Watch below for more. Host: It's hard to believe that Blue Origin is actually more than 20 years Read more
Minerals and Gravity Gradiometry – The Whole World in Your Hands
June 4, 2021
Gravity and density are both critical to mineral explorers. The art of measuring variations in it, called gravity gradiometry, is of key importance to the oil and gas and mining industries. To glean some expert insights, A Propensity to Talk Density host Tyler Kern spoke with experts Dr. Tim Wright, Director and Principal Geoscientist at Scorpion Read more