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The European Union Has Announced the Finalized EU GMP Annex 1

The European Union has announced the finalized EU GMP Annex 1 for manufacturing sterile medicinal products. It is creating some reservations for manufacturers who are not certain how Read more

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Teach For America Today: Not Your Parents’ TFA
March 27, 2023

Teach For America (TFA) started with an idea in 1989 by Wendy Kopp. The TFA formally launched in 1990 with a mission to provide all children in America with an excellent education. More than thirty-three years later, TFA is continually improving itself by expanding its network and resources with initiatives like TFA’s Reinvention Lab. […]

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‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Reminds Scientists and Metaphysicians That Researching the Multiverse Has Important Thematic Fundamentals
March 24, 2023

The multiverse theory has been the subject of scientific research and philosophical debate for decades. It is a theory that suggests the existence of multiple universes beyond our own, each with its own unique physical laws and properties. Along with the recent phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2023’s Best Picture-winning film Everything Everywhere All […]

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Adapting the SLR Magic of Anamorphic Filmmaking to the Panasonic Lumix Ecosystem Creates Endless Filmmaking Possibilities
March 24, 2023

The Panasonic Lumix System revolutionized independent filmmaking through the convergence of a handheld DSLR style body, larger than video camera sensors for a narrow depth of field, and the versatility and utility of interchangeable lenses.  By being mirrorless and with the use of adapters, a broad gamut of vintage and modern lenses became available for […]

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The European Union Has Announced the Finalized EU GMP Annex 1
December 8, 2022

The European Union has announced the finalized EU GMP Annex 1 for manufacturing sterile medicinal products. It is creating some reservations for manufacturers who are not certain how these changes may impact their total manufacturing operation and output. In particular, as the August 2023 deadline approaches manufacturers will need to take time to unpack the changes […]

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To Create a Private Market Do Governments Need To Kickstart Space Programs?
March 23, 2022

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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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: The Importance of Personalized Instruction for Students
March 7, 2022

The core foundation of every successful movement in cultivating change and growth is education. Former district superintendent and current Executive Director of The Texas School Alliance, Dr. Curtis Culwell, joined host J.W. Marshall to speak about educational policy, innovation, and student experience. Dr. Culwell realizes that not every student starts at the same place; wherein […]

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This Season’s Mission Will Be Making Space Relatable
February 16, 2022

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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The Year’s Biggest Drone Regulation Developments According to the FAA
February 2, 2022

There have been many exciting changes in the drone world in the last year regarding policy and regulations. Executive Director of the UAS Integration Office for the FAA Jay Merkle, a returning guest, spoke with Drones in America host Grant Guillot regarding the milestones and happenings. “It’s been a big year,” Merkle began. Movement around drone […]

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Careers on the Move: Building Supply Chain Policy
December 20, 2021

“What I enjoy is bringing folks together to work collaboratively on solutions, including our members and partners like Cargomatic.” While the supply chain is featured daily in the media now, it’s not something most people thought about before. That’s not the case for the latest guest on Careers on the Move. Jon Gold, Vice President of […]

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What Does Back-to-School Look Like?
June 21, 2021

Who better to divine the state of play in EdTech than the man who began crafting it almost 15 years ago? In this episode, Jaime Casap goes there—from pandemic responsiveness to digital inclusion—in a warm-up to his in person presentation in a few weeks at ASU+GSV in San Diego. Jaime Casap served as the Chief […]

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Advocating for the Scientific Community Through Media
March 3, 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.   Looking at all aspects of the world of space and science is the crux of Space to Grow. It’s time to look at the human […]

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Biden Acknowledges US Overreliance on Foreign Supply Chains
February 25, 2021

President Joe Biden ordered a government review of U.S. supply chains, seeking to end the country’s reliance on China and other adversaries for crucial goods. Biden met with a group of lawmakers from both parties at the White House Wednesday afternoon to discuss the semiconductor shortage, and ways to strengthen supply chains. Watch above […]

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