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Do you like coffee? How about science? Have you ever wondered why your barista seems so intense about their trade when coffee is seemingly everywhere and easy to make? Well look no further! Nothing is ever as simple as it seems and coffee least of all. With Adam Carr Ph.D. behind the wheel we will cover everything from chemistry to geography, history to barista etiquette. Hit up podcast@sevenmiles.com.au and we'll even answer your questions on air.
 
Are you fed up with reading about American scientists? Do you want to punch your face with your own fist when you see or hear people droning on about observational studies, experiments and you still do not understand what’s the point? If the answer is yes, this podcast is for you.My name is Karolina, but you can call me K. I’m a psychologist, sexual health specialist, scientist and HIV adviser. I deeply believe that science could be easy and understandable, and you don’t have to complete 4 P ...
 
Science Underground is a two-minute podcast hosted by TED speaker and scientist Ainissa Ramirez. By the time you sip your coffee or eat your cereal, Science Underground explains a science topic in a fun and understandable way. The show explores a range of topics—some that are pulled right from the headlines, others are topics you’ve been wanting to know. Ainissa interviews tops scientists and translates their work in everyday language--arming you with science nuggets for the next lunch table ...
 
The Splendid Table is radio's preeminent food program, airing on more than 300 public radio stations in the United States. Host Lynne Rossetto Kasper and producer Sally Swift create this award-winning program that explores the entire spectrum of food: from cheese making to finding wine bargains to the science of a great cup of coffee great to the best little greasy spoons in America.
 
Hi there! My name is Stacie and I am a Holistic Health Coach. A few years ago I was so stressed out and my body couldn’t deal with the stress. My anxiety and migraines went out of control and I gained 40 lbs very quickly. My migraines are not the common migraines most people think of. My migraines mimic strokes. My anxiety got so bad, I could barely drive and I was getting to the point where I could barely leave the house. I tried western medicine and unfortunately….or fortunately whichever ...
 
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Due to a family emergency, we are reposting one of our most popular 2021 episodes. Please enjoy this rebroadcast and we’ll look forward to resuming our current episodes next week. Quick! Who was your favorite teacher in high school? If you ask middle-school students in Milton, Georgia, a lot of them might answer, “Mr. Jones”. That’s because Steve J…
 
This episode features a conversation between Emmy Ganos, PhD, Senior Program Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Stacie Dusetzina, PhD, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Ingram Associate Professor of Cancer Research at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. This session is the last of four talks focused on health care sector eff…
 
PRS#6: Robust evidence that bisexual men exist The status of bisexual men and bisexual people in general have long and controversial history. Bisexual people were often accused of being promiscuous and untrustworthy, regarded as the ones sitting on the fence, not confident enough to come out as gay. Bisexual men were also considered as those who pa…
 
The first black-and-white image from NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, April 19, 2021. (Photo courtesy of NASA/JPL, and used with permission.) This podcast and blog are not, in any way, affiliated with, nor endorsed by, NASA nor the Jet Propulsion Lab. For NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, the original plan was, simply, a technology demonstration. …
 
PRS#5: Healing homosexuality Conversion therapy, also known as reparative therapy, reorientation therapy or gay cure therapy is pseudoscientific method, trying to change one’s sexual orientation. Based upon the faulty assumption that homosexuality is a mental disorder, it is recognized as ineffective, unethical and harmful, and it's banned in many …
 
This post and podcast are for informational purposes only, and are not intended as medical advice. Please contact a healthcare professional with any medical questions. Photo courtesy of Cooper and O’Hara Photography, and used with permission. Like her fellow medical professionals, Dr. Shawna Pandya is focused on keeping patients healthy. Unlike man…
 
PRS#4: How to tell if you have HIV? HIV became popular in the early 1980s, when UCLA doctor, Michael Gottlieb, published an article about gay patients with rare type of fungal infections and pneumonia. Since then, all around the world, doctors observed similar symptoms in their patients, especially those who had sexual contacts with other men. Due …
 
This post and podcast are for informational purposes only, and are not intended as medical advice. Please contact a healthcare professional with any medical questions. “Every single person that walks in the (exoskeleton) is the best experience,” says Wandercraft Co-Founder and CEO Jean-Louis Constanza. Paris-based medical device company Wandercraft…
 
PRS #3: Do we still need Pride Parades? Pride parades as well as other events set up to celebrate LGBT pride evoke many emotions in straight and gay people. Some people love the idea of celebrating pride, while others are reluctant to participate or even support the idea of celebration. In the 70s and 80s pride parades were held to increase the vis…
 
This episode features a conversation between Kedar Mate, MD, President and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and Saul Weiner, MD, Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Medical Education, Director of the Clinical Leaders and Academic Scholars Fellowship at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Deputy Director of the Center of Inno…
 
This podcast and post are for informational purposes, and are not intended as medical advice. Please contact your medical professional with any clinical questions. (Photograph courtesy of Jason Voinov, and used with permission.) Your brain and your creativity are static, right? What you were born with, is the best you’ll ever have. Not true, says c…
 
PRS #2: Transgender athletes and testosterone mess We’re right after the end of the weirdest Olympic Games, but also the most rainbow-colored Olympic Games in our history. We also had an opportunity to (eventually!) see Laurel Hubbard, the first transgender person to compete in the sex category according to her gender identity, and even though with…
 
PRS #1: HIV testing & window period According to UNAIDS, roughly 38 million people were living with HIV in 2020, still about 6 million of them did not know they were HIV+. In this episode, we’re going to have a closer look at the barriers to testing, different types of tests and the ‘window period’. For more information go over to https://www.unaid…
 
When Perception Founder/CEO Dr. Sirisilp Kongsilp first saw VR, he was fascinated. And it started him thinking of ways to create something new. Today Dr. Kongsilp, or Rabbit, as he prefers to be called (that’s what his name means) has just entered into an exciting new partnership, that will benefit students worldwide. And he and his team will be cr…
 
This episode features a conversation between Julia Adler-Milstein, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for Clinical Informatics and Improvement Research at the University of California, San Francisco and Tiffany Veinot, Professor of Health Behavior and Health Education cross-appointed at the School of Information and School of Public H…
 
(Royalty-free image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.) How do you make the future your own? Especially with technology radically transforming the workplace? That’s exactly what bestselling authors Cathy Hackl and John Buzzell cover in their new book, “The Augmented Workforce: How AI, AR and 5G Will Impact Every Dollar You Make“. And their goal: to prov…
 
This episode features a conversation between Danielle Hessler Jones, PhD, SIREN investigator and Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and Rachel Gold, PhD, MPH, an investigator at the Kaiser Permanente Northwest Center for Health Research and Lead Research Scientist at the OCHIN…
 
Learning about the world by making things and experimenting? Playfully combining art. science and technology to make some incredibly cool stuff? Crafting both educational experiences and interactive art? That’s exactly what Los Angeles-based design studio Wonderful Idea Co. is all about. And so is A Tinkering World Tour, their popular online hands-…
 
When it comes to a great time, futurist Celeste Lear is a triple threat. Not only is she a musician/performer: she’s a VR/Virtual event producer, 3D artist as well as a professional DJ of 13+ years. So far, Celeste has released five albums and ten singles of her original music. And she’s taking her gifts to the metaverse. “DJ Celeste” as she’s know…
 
An Over Coffee® special-edition podcast (Graphic courtesy of NASA, and used with permission.) As the world applauds Sir Richard Branson’s successful flight aboard his own spaceship, NASA continues exciting work on another front. For the NASA Artemis mission, the first step is to return humans to the Moon. Colonizing the Moon comes next. Along with …
 
You enter a workplace. You've never been here before. But you know exactly what to do--and you execute the tasks competently. This is one of the goals of Bit Space Development. They're an interactive digital media studio, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba.And their mission says their goal is to build "the best, most innovative and creative interactive le…
 
"So much awesomeness out there," says Zappar CEO and Co-Founder Caspar Thykier. And he and his team are simultaneously adding to that awesomeness--and democratizing it.With their recent project, LEGO® Mythica, London-based augmented reality/creative studio Zappar was instrumental in creating the first amusement-park experience of its kind.Visitors …
 
This episode features a conversation between Tamara J. Cadet, PhD, LICSW, MPH, an Associate Professor at the Simmons School of Social Work and faculty at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in Oral Health Policy and Epidemiology, and Bonnie Ewald, MA, the Associate Director of the Center for Health and Social Care Integration and Program Manager …
 
"It can't just be because it's cool," says UgoVirtual CEO and Co-Founder Michael Cohen. "It's got to be effective." He's talking about what works--and what doesn't--for hybrid events.Focusing on the human experience, Michael explains, is key to engagement. That applies to real-world use of XR for conferences, seminars, job training and much more,An…
 
This episode features a conversation between Lauren Taylor, PhD, MDiv, MPH, a postdoctoral scholar at NYU School of Medicine, and Kelly Cronin, MPH, MS, Deputy Administrator, Innovation and Partnership at HHS Administration for Community Living. This session is the fifth in a series focused on health care sector efforts to provide Assistance to pat…
 
You're watching a live performance. Suddenly, one actor becomes twelve. Animated rain begins falling. Colorful virtual sparks fly from a saxophonist's instrument. And it's all part of the magic of Technodramatists.Founded in 2018, New York-based Technodramatists is an innovative live-entertainment company. Their shows incorporate emerging technolog…
 
Over Coffee® is on hiatus this week, due to our attendance at the VRARA Global Summit Online.In honor of the summit, here's a special-edition rebroadcast of one of our favorite episodes of 2021, starring Antonia Forster of Unity Technologies."I would say that the most important learning I've had, is not specific to XR," says Unity Technologies Seni…
 
This episode features a conversation between Lucia Rojas-Smith, DrPH, MPH, Director of the Center for Community Health Evaluation and Economic Research at RTI and Shannon O’Connor, PhD, MS, MA, a social science research analyst at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. This session is the fourth in a series focused on health care sector e…
 
(Photo courtesy of Cybera, and used with permission.)Merging Realities 2021 is just about to happen. Hosted by Lethbridge College, in Alberta, Canada, this free annual virtual conference is a groundbreaker.Speakers explore the latest developments in the virtual and augmented-reality fields. This year's conference, themed "Impact", will showcase dif…
 
As the VR/AR Global Summit Online is just about to demonstrate, now is an exciting time for XR. From Wednesday, June 2nd through Friday, June 4th, speakers from all over the world will explore new applications of augmented, virtual and extended reality. And there's never been a time when immersive technology is more relevant to daily life. Even as …
 
This episode features a conversation between Reginald Williams II, Vice President of International Health Policy and Practice Innovations at the Commonwealth Fund, and Matt Pantell, MD, MS, a pediatric hospitalist, assistant professor of pediatrics at UCSF, and SIREN researcher. This session is the third in a series focused on health care sector ef…
 
"Everybody is an innovator," says The Tech Interactive President and CEO Katrina Stevens. And she and her staff have been living that statement.Since 1998, San Jose's STEAM-oriented science center, The Tech Interactive, has been introducing small visitors--and tall ones!--to science and engineering concepts. These activities are fun- and exploratio…
 
Programming a robot, and "fun", were once two unrelated concepts. iRobot's Root® Coding Robot brings them together.Root® teaches coding by engaging the imagination of students, "ages 4 to 99". Interacting with the robot, they may not realize just how much they're learning.They're busy playing games, getting the robot to draw, write, climb, make mus…
 
This episode features a conversation between Megan Sandel, MD, MPH, an associate professor of pediatrics at the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health and co-lead principal investigator with Children’s Health Watch, and Rhea Boyd, MD, MPH, a pediatrician, public health advocate, and scholar who is the Director of Equity and Justice…
 
3D holographic video used to be the stuff of science fiction. So did the concept of having it platform-agnostic. And so did the idea of interactive holograms.Today, thanks to Israel-based Tetavi, all of these have become a reality. And the technology continues to evolve, to something even more exciting for content creators.Tetavi, founded in 2016,h…
 
"Success for anybody looks (different)," says Unified Robotics creator Delaney Foster. And since 2015, her first-of-its kind robotics program has allowed students of all abilities to explore their personal definitions of success.As a high-school student, Delaney had discovered her passion for robotics through First Robotics competitions. But these …
 
This episode is the first in a set of six Coffee and Science conversations on Assistance—health care sector activities that aim to reduce social risk by providing or linking patients with relevant social services. Nadia Islam, PhD, an associate professor in the Department of Population Health at NYU Langone, speaks with Maria Lemus, the executive d…
 
(Graphic courtesy of NASA, and used with permission.)NASA's current work on its Artemis lunar exploration program may seem like the stuff of science fiction. Which makes it that much more mind-blowing.Plans and preparations continue for the multiple-mission project, designed to return humans to the Moon within the next few years. But rather than a …
 
This bonus episode is a special addendum to the first five episodes, which all focused on health care sector efforts to increase Awareness about both patient and community-level social conditions. Laura Gottlieb, MD, MPH, SIREN Director and Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine at UCSF chats with SIREN Advisor Eric Fleegler, MD, MPH,…
 
What if YOUR science class could provide valuable data to NASA? What if they could research new areas--with no "textbook" answers? And, what if students' ultimate discoveries could benefit astronauts aboard the International Space Station?That's exactly the opportunity which Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's Director of Education Amy Padolf has i…
 
Over Coffee® is on Easter-week hiatus! Please enjoy this update of one of our favorite VR episodes of 2020 as we look forward to the second annual VRARA Global Summit, in June, 2021!(Photo courtesy of The Wild, and used with permission.)Maybe you can't physically travel, right now. But with The Wild's virtual and extended reality, you can go anywhe…
 
This episode is the final in a series of five conversations focused on health care sector efforts to increase Awareness about both patient and community-level social conditions. Minal Patel, PhD, MPH, an associate professor of health behavior and health education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, speaks with Emilia De Marchis, …
 
"We've really tried to design this, so it's not just for hard-core coders," says MetaVRse Co-Founder Alan Smithson. He's talking about the MetaVRse 3D content creation engine. Designed by Alan and his wife and company co-founder Julie (who is Chair of XRWomen.com), this web-based platform enables anyone to design interactive 3D experiences.No code …
 
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