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Oncology and Technology: Improving the Lives of Cancer Patients Through Better Outcomes

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 Read more

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The Highschooler Who Developed a Program to Avoid Virtual Lateness
The Highschooler Who Developed a Program to Avoid Virtual Lateness
May 19, 2022
  If there’s one thing that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic that is likely here to stay, it’s virtual meetings and classes. Because lockdowns forced many closures, a lot of businesses and Read more
Lessons from Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Michael Reidenbach
May 19, 2022
Michael Reidenbach, Executive Director of Security and Emergency Management for the Charleston County School District 3999 in North Charleston, SC, spent a significant portion of his police career Read more
Lessons from Campus Safety Director of the Year Finalist Michael Reidenbach
May 19, 2022
  Michael Reidenbach, Executive Director of Security and Emergency Management for the Charleston County School District 3999 in North Charleston, SC, spent a significant portion of his police career working Read more
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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 Read more
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. Read more
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 Read more
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 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 Read more
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 Read more
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 Read more
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
Is a U.S.and China Space Race is Good for the Global Economy?
March 9, 2021
"That’s Debatable" is an interactive series on today’s most pressing issues. This week’s resolution: Is a U.S.-China space race good for humanity? Arguing for the motion are Physicist Avi Loeb Read more