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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 Read more

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How Have Home Intelligence and Automated Shading Solutions Improved Home Energy Efficiency and Comfort?
February 6, 2023

On today’s episode of the Draper at Home podcast, host Michelle Dawn Mooney, speaks with Scotty Allen, the Chief Operating Officer of Josh.ai, Maryellen Oswald, Custom Integration & Partnerships Channel Manager, Somfy USA, and Tyson McDonald, Director of Business Development, Motorized Solar Solutions for Draper, Inc., to talk about how the effect of home intelligence […]

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How Royal Caribbean is Elevating Entertainment At-Sea
February 6, 2023

— Live stage productions and musicians play a crucial role in making the experience of a Royal Caribbean cruise truly unforgettable. Behind the scenes, there’s a whole team of professionals dedicated to bringing top-notch entertainment to the passengers. The process starts with a creative team that conceptualizes the shows, selecting songs and choreography to […]

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2022 Gas Costs More than Doubled the Average Cost in 2020. Prices Have Dropped but are Still High in 2023…Why?
February 4, 2023

Last year, eyes were popping as the price per gallon of gas passed the five-dollar mark in most places. This is more than double the average gas cost per gallon in 2020, which was $2.17 per gallon, according to the U.S. Energy Administration. While prices are down from that five-dollar mark now, they have […]

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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 […]

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CAST 2022: How Science Teachers Are Rethinking STEM Education
November 15, 2022

Less than a week ago, teachers, science advocates, and top educators across the STEM space gathered at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX, for CAST 2022 to reflect on another layered school year defined by multiple forces. On the challenging side of things, teachers faced pandemic woes, an influx of process and tool changes that […]

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Oncology and Technology: Improving the Lives of Cancer Patients Through Better Outcomes
March 26, 2022

Cancer treatment and care can be complex and often focuses on quality of life. The ecosystem of care delivery touches many aspects, and most of these can see improvement with the power of data. Discussing the topic, Oncology and Technology host James Kent spoke with Aaron Galaznik, MD, Chief Scientific Officer of Carevive. Galaznik was […]

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Accelerating Texas K12 Education: Connecting the real world to the classroom.
March 8, 2022

For twenty-seven years, Jen Meyer, President of Science Teachers Associations of Texas (STAT) and educator, has been well-versed in education ranging from elementary to special education. Meyer, the coordinator for elementary science, describes her career as an “Interesting and exciting educational career.”Meyer shares that fellow educators she has known have amazed her with the community’s […]

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Material Signs: Introduction to the World of Optics
January 21, 2022

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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Exploring Careers in Engineering and Science with Dr. Doreen Edwards
November 16, 2021

On this episode of Advanced Automation by Calvary Robotics, Host Josh Gravelle talked with Dr. Doreen Edwards, the Dean of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Kate Gleason College of Engineering. Edwards holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Northwestern University. She has served as the principal investigator on fundamental and applied research projects, […]

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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 […]

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The Evolving Diplomatic Side of Space Sustainability
May 19, 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 sustainability includes many facets. There’s the science, and there’s the policy. However, both have to be part of the conversation to achieve objectives. Space […]

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The Innovators Advancing Virtual Care Delivery across North America
March 26, 2021

The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine operators to spend their time tending to patients, while they handle the logistics.   Technology has become the true innovator in healthcare, and with great technical and medical […]

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