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Stereo Chemistry Stereo Chemistry shares voices and stories from the world of chemistry. The show is created by the reporters and editors at Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), an independent news outlet published by the American Chemical Society.
Chemistry For Your Life A podcast helping you understand the chemistry of your everyday life.
‎Science History Podcast Monthly interviews on important moments in the history of science.
Dust Safety Science: Improving Combustible Dust Safety in the Workplace Dust Safety Science is a podcast focused on improving awareness, knowledge, connection, and change around workplace safety in industries manufacturing or handling combustible dusts.
It's a Material World "It's a Material World" is a podcast that uncovers why materials science will change the world. We explore how materials are engineered to make an impact all around you and how they will play an even bigger role in your future. We also invite experts onto the show to share high-level insights on how MSE can make a difference in nearly any industry. The field of materials science and engineering is new and exciting, so hop on board now and you won't get left behind.

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Clinical Chemistry Podcast This free monthly podcast is offered by Clinical Chemistry. Clinical Chemistry is the leading forum for peer-reviewed, original research on innovative practices in today's clinical laboratory. In addition to being the most cited journal in the field, Clinical Chemistry has the highest Impact Factor (7.292 in 2019) among journals of clinical chemistry, clinical (or anatomic) pathology, analytical chemistry, and the subspecialties, such as transfusion medicine and clinical microbiology.
EYCN Podcast - Chemistry To Your Ears Learn more about interesting chemistry related topics from interviews with young professionals and professors. Also hear something about the latest news in science in general.
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‎Formula Girls This podcast highlights various formulations that have been created in our labs at Colonial Chemical. Hosted by Christine Anderson and Molly McEnery.

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Best of STEAM Powered Voices Michele Ong, host of STEAM Powered, is proud to present the Best of STEAM Powered Voices, with fascinating and insightful content from our guests and other brilliant speakers in the extended Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, and Medical community. STEAM Powered
Deep Dive: Ocean Conservation Learn how we can better protect our seas and marine life with interviews from scientists and other enthusiasts talking all about ocean conservation. Discover the specific challenges that face our oceans and hear about actionable solutions everyone can contribute to. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Deep Dive: Black Holes Enjoy these far-out podcasts talking all about one of the most mysterious areas of astronomy, black holes. Listen to astronomers and other experts talk about the nature of black holes and what we still don't know about them. Learn about this fascinating natural phenomenon with this collection of astronomy podcasts. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Best Science Audio On Vurbl Listen to the weirdest episodes of top science podcasts! Featuring leading experts in biology, psychology, medicine, epidemiology astronomy, computer science, and many disciplines as they share the latest & wildest scientific discoveries and developments. Includes episodes from Weather Geeks, Hidden Brain, Our Epic Ocean, STEAM Powered, and more! Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
The Human Body Listen to some of the best podcasts about anatomy and physiology here! Explore podcasts about how the human brain functions, the sensory organs, diseases, and much more. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Highlights: Agroecology and Climate Change with Dr Anika Molesworth Highlights from STEAM Powered's conversation with Dr Anika Molesworth, Farmer, Scientist, Storyteller, and related topics. STEAM Powered
Highlights: Stem Cell Biology with Rebecca Lim (#1) Highlights from STEAM Powered's conversation with Rebecca Lim, Stem Cell Biologist, and related topics. STEAM Powered
Deep-Sea Mining: A Look At Both Sides of the Issue Deep-sea mining, the removal of valuable minerals from the seabed, is rapidly becoming a reality.
It's an extremely complex topic with a lot to consider. This playlist tries to voice the multiple sides as fairly as possible.
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Unforgettable Moments in Space Exploration From the dawn of time, man has looked towards the stars. Today, exploring them is a reality. From the first Soviet satellite launch, to the first steps on the moon, the challenger explosion and beyond, listen to this curated playlist of unforgettable and fascinating moments throughout the history of space exploration to remind you of the journey thus far, and excite you for where mankind will travel next. Vurbl Scientific Stories, News and Lessons
Geography Trivia Geography trivia questions from Barstool Sports' trivia show The Dozen. Watch full episodes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5noofjAe8o&list=PLq62m2d0BaroV1pT8uo09_MVEc9XjWVlk Best of Barstool Sports

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Switching to Industry - All You Need to Know In this episode, we looked into the private sector as a potential career path.
For that, Katarina Josifovska interviewed our guest Dr. David Giltner, and discussed the switch into industry by providing a great overview into the company mindset and by giving many helpful tips that could ease your transition.
Why are tattoos permanent? **This episode is sponsored by Kristin Moon Science, check out her amazing new self-paced video chemistry course by clicking right here -> Yes Please! Use special promo code "chemforyourlife" to get 30% off! Promo code not needed if the course is already on sale**#141Tattoos go back centuries across many cultures, and yet their chemistry is still an absolute mystery to most of us. How do tattoos work? What is the ink made of? How does the ink stay in our skin indefinitely? Why don't our bodies get rid of it? Let's do this.Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
https://youtu.be/Fs9rR4W0EeA
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2015/07/28/all-the-science-that-goes-into-a-single-tattoo/
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2014/09/24/watching-a-tattoo-needle-in-slow-motion-reveals-the-physics-of-getting-inked/
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/resources/highschool/chemmatters/past-issues/archive-2012-2013/open-for-discussion-tattoos.html
https://cen.acs.org/articles/86/i2/Shocking-Tattoos.html
http://pubsapp.acs.org.libproxy.library.unt.edu/cen/whatstuff/85/8546sci4.html?
https://cen.acs.org/articles/91/i25/Chemistry-Tattoos.html

https://www.nature.com/articles/nri3920

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Episode 57. Bias: Jim Zimring No matter our claims to the contrary, we are all biased in our perceptions and beliefs. But bias is not random and its directions relate to our evolutionary history and culture, especially to how these interface with human sociality. With us to decipher bias is Jim Zimring. Jim is the author of What Science is and How it Really Works, published by Cambridge University Press in 2019, and Partial Truths: How Fractions Distort Our Thinking, published by Columbia University Press in 2022. Today we discuss flawed thinking about fractions, the No True Scotsman Fallacy, what we see when we read, heuristics, stories vs. statistics, confirmation bias, the prosecutor’s fallacy, cherry picking, tautology, hindsight bias, the Bible code, the fine-tuning argument, armor on WWII bombers and the Anthropic Principle, and the reproducibility crisis.
DSS190: Safety Share: Wood Hogger Fires and Deflagrations at Sawmills This Dust Safety Science episode is a safety share about wood hogger fires and deflagrations at sawmills
71: Disrupting Construction with Sustainable Timber-Based Bio-Composites (ft. Jorge Christie) Woodflow technology enables the use of wood-based composites for lightweight high-performance applications. The right control over the form and material architecture allows to produce stress-tailored structural parts capable of fully profiting from wood's performance. 
 
In today’s episode, we welcome Jorge Christie, CTO and Founder of Strong by Form. With him we discuss:
 
What inspired Jorge to be an entrepreneur and start Strong by Form.
🔹What Strong by Form’s core technology is and how it differs from traditional technologies in the timber industry.
🔹Advice to MSEs who are struggling to pick a career path because they have many interests. 
🔹And much more!
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
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Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
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For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at itsamaterialworldpodcast@gmail.com. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
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#materialsscience #3dprinter #woodflowtechnology #technology #timber
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Bonus: How much does a polar bear weigh? (and other questions) Bonus Episode: Question and Response 33In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam do something a little different. Because they're needing to record quite a bit ahead of time, this Q&R couldn't be about episodes that haven't come out yet, so they recorded a long-awaited sequel to their ice-breaker questions episode from last year. Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it.Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.Email us at chemforyourlife@gmail.comAnd check out our chill, simple little website at https://chemforyourlife.transistor.fm/★ Support this podcast ★
70: Multi-Material 3D Printing (ft. Dr. Bram Neirinck) Have you ever wanted to print a metal part with more than one material? Aerosints multi-material 3D printing is capable of printing dual-metal parts, and can be easily integrated into existing 3D printing technologies. 
 
In today’s episode, we welcome Dr. Bram Neirinck, Manager of Sintered Solutions at Aerosint. With him we discuss:
 
🔹️What exactly is selective powder deposition, and how does it enable multi-metal printing.
🔹Advice to MSEs who are looking to get involved in 3D printing in one way or another.
🔹And much more!
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
 
For more information on Johnson Matthey, visit their site and check out their careers page.
https://matthey.com/careers
 
Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
 
Also, check out our MSE-themed merchandise if you want to support us or simply show off your love of materials science!
 
For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at itsamaterialworldpodcast@gmail.com. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
 
Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed by either guests or hosts in this show are their own, and do not represent the opinions of the companies or organizations for which they are affiliated.
DSS189: Insurance Considerations in Facilities Handling or Generating Combustible Dust with Will Downing Will Downing, Commercial Risk Advisor at CapriCMW discusses insurance considerations in facilities handling or generating combustible dust
Why does ice float on water? #140Ice is water right? It's just that it's solid. So why does it float in liquid water? And also why does water expand when it freezes, when typically things contract when they freeze? These are things we are used to observing daily, but they actually are a little strange, and we bet the answer will surprise you.Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
Chemistry - Julia Burdge
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/climatescience/oceansicerocks.html

https://cen.acs.org/articles/91/i34/Galileo-Ice.html

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DSS188: Current Status of Dust Explosion Safety in Pakistan with Muhammad Saim Mohammed Saim, CEO and Lead Consultant at Shepherd Risk, discusses the current status of dust explosion safety in Pakistan.
DSS187: Five Key Takeaways From The 2021 Combustible Dust Incident Report Dr. Chris Cloney goes over five key takeaways from the 2021 Combustible Dust Incident Report.
Bonus: For John Goodenough’s 100th birthday, we revisit a fan-favorite interview with the renowned scientist Famed lithium-ion-battery pioneer and Nobel Prize–winner John Goodenough has achieved yet another milestone—a century on Earth. Goodenough celebrates his 100th birthday on July 25, 2022. In honor of the occasion, Stereo Chemistry host Kerri Jansen and C&EN reporter Mitch Jacoby revisit their 2019 interview with the renowned scientist, recorded at his office at the University of Texas at Austin just prior to his Nobel win. In the expansive and candid conversation, Goodenough tells Stereo Chemistry about childhood adventures, infernal exams with Enrico Fermi, and his path to the innovation that enabled an electronics revolution. A transcript of this episode is available at bit.ly/3otFrh3. Music credit: “Happy Birthday To You (Orchestral)” by beanstalkaudio/Pond5.com Image credit: Mitch Jacoby/Robert Bryson/C&EN/Milano M/Shutterstock
69: 3D Printing Sustainably with Carbon’s Technology (ft. Dr. Jason Rolland) Carbon® is a 3D printing technology company helping businesses to develop sustainable products and bring them to market in less time than traditional manufacturing.
 
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In today’s episode, we welcome  Dr. Jason Rolland, Senior Vice President of Materials at Carbon. With him we discuss:
 
🔹️The  building blocks of polyurethane and what allows it to be 3D printed.
🔹Why MSEs should consider working for Carbon if they are interested in 3D printing.
🔹And much more!
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
 
For more information on Johnson Matthey, visit their site and check out their careers page.
https://matthey.com/careers
 
Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
 
Also, check out our MSE-themed merchandise if you want to support us or simply show off your love of materials science!
 
For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at itsamaterialworldpodcast@gmail.com. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
 
Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed by either guests or hosts in this show are their own, and do not represent the opinions of the companies or organizations for which they are affiliated.
What is sea level rise? (with Dr. Renee Collini) #025 RebroadcastThis week, Melissa, Jam, and very special guest Renee Collini (Melissa's sister and climate scientist) delve into the important topic of sea-level rise. What causes it to rise? What affect will it have on the world? How should we feel about it? Is there anything us regular folk can do?Buy us a coffee!References from this episode
Thermal Expansion Model - Jet Propulsion Lab - California Institute of Technology
Climate Science Leader Expands Extension Role - Susan Collins-Smith, Red Hills News Mississippi
Chemistry, Edition 2 - Theopold, Langley, Flowers, and Robinson
Global and Regional Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the United States - Sweet, Kopp, Weaver, Obeysekera, Horton, Thielar, Zervas
Special thanks to Mississippi Alabama Sea Grant, the Northern Gulf of Mexico Sentinel Site Cooperative, and Mississippi State University
There have been some updates since the other Dr. Collini first visited us:
New Application Guide on How to Apply Sea Level Rise Science: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/hazards/sealevelrise/sealevelrise-tech-report-sections.html#application-guide

Videos to learn more about sea-level rise science and how to take action: bit.ly/Future-Flooding
 

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Energy harvesting and self-sustainable greenhouses Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!While most love adventure, it still takes courage and determination to go find it and commit to it. Dr. Derya Baran, a Turkish native, who studied in Austria, Germany, and the UK before now working in Saudi Arabia, has ample courage and determination that have provided a life of adventure! This is one of our best explorations of the link between the person and the science. Derya, an academic researcher and entrepreneur, that can’t stop thinking about how her work can benefit people’s lives. She develops smart and functional materials for energy harvesting and conversion. Specifically, innovative organic materials with photovoltaic properties that can be used in challenging (hot and/or humid) environments and present unique properties of transparency, color, and ease of manufacturing, relative to traditional silica-based technologies. Her materials are enabling incredible concepts, such as self-sustainable greenhouses that can generate all the energy they need to enable agriculture in inhospitable environments.There is a lot to like here… great science that promises to address very important global issues and the personal story of a smart, determined, woman, full of unlikely, brave choices.
On solid state materials, electrochemistry and the importance of roots Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Some people have an aura, which is something difficult to describe; some define it charisma, others call it charm. These are people you want to spend time with, because they make you feel good and always have something interesting to say. Jesus Velasquez is one of these people. A talented materials scientist, deeply attached to his motherland of Puerto Rico, and determined to give back what he feels life has given him.Jesus’ science is as generous as he is and brings disruptive potential with it. He studies nanostructured solid materials, particularly the so-called chalcogenides (metal complexes containing group 8 elements) and Chevrel phases (MxMo6S8). These materials can be used for a variety of applications, the most promising being electrochemical reactions. Splitting water to generate hydrogen gas, or reducing carbon dioxide to methanol, are among these applications.This is a scientifically stimulating, and yet warming conversation. We span from solid phase material synthesis and characterization to coaching and mentoring young talent from underrepresented communities. A great way to close season 3!
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68: Graphene-Based Composites for Energy Storage and Electric Vehicles (ft. Viktor Sanderyd) Graphmatech invents, develops, and sells novel graphene-based nanocomposite materials. They are enabling industries to develop new products and unlock new applications with graphene technologies.
 
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In today’s episode, we welcome Viktor Sanderyd, R&D Manager at Graphmatech. With him we discuss:
 
🔹️What is graphene, how is it structured, and what are some of its properties.
🔹️How is this technology used in energy storage vessels and electric vehicles.
🔹Advice to MSEs on what areas they should focus on when studying about graphene.
🔹And much more!
 
Learn more about our MSE Career Development Online Course, which includes more industry-specific information and advice.
 
Join our Discord community! You can meet other passionate materials scientists and engineers from around the world, discuss the latest breakthroughs in MSE, share materials-related memes, and get career advice from experts in the field. 
 
Also, check out our MSE-themed merchandise if you want to support us or simply show off your love of materials science!
 
For shorter segments and full video podcasts, subscribe to our channel on YouTube. For bloopers, audiograms, and interesting materials science articles, follow us on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Feel free to message us on our social media platforms if you have any feedback or recommendations for future episodes, or email us directly at itsamaterialworldpodcast@gmail.com. Finally, reach out to David Yeh and Punith Upadhya on LinkedIn if you'd like to chat about the latest breakthroughs in MSE!
 
Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed by either guests or hosts in this show are their own, and do not represent the opinions of the companies or organizations for which they are affiliated.
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Why are sand and water different temperatures at the beach? #002Many of us have been in a situation where we are near a body of water (lake, ocean, pool etc), and you may have noticed that no matter what the temperature is outside, the water and the land can feel like super different temperatures, like the sand being hot and the ocean being cold. Why is that? Well it's because of something called specific heat, and we're going to talk about it right now.Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.Email us at chemforyourlife@gmail.comAnd check out our chill, simple little website at https://chemforyourlife.transistor.fm/And seriously, we love using Transistor. Check it out to be sure your podcast makes a bang.★ Support this podcast ★
What is wind? #138Wind is everywhere, we've all experienced it: soft breezes, strong gusts, cold fronts, warm fronts. But what is wind? What starts it? Where does it come from, and where does it go? And who am I to blow against the wind?Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
Natural Disasters - Patrick L. Abbott
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/whatischemistry/adventures-in-chemistry/experiments/aware-of-the-air.html#:~:text=The%20air%20is%20made%20up,dioxide%2C%20and%20some%20other%20gases
https://scijinks.gov/wind/
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/learn-about/weather/types-of-weather/wind
https://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/education/k-8/inquiry-in-action/kindergarten/k-l1.4-bkgd.pdf
https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/resources/k-8/inquiryinaction/kindergarten/chapter-1/what-is-wind.html

https://www.eia.gov/energyexplained/wind/

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What is the chemistry of volcanoes? #139The crazy, insane, scary, fascinating world of volcanoes is fully of chemistry! What is lava/magma? Why do some volcanoes ooze and others erupt? What causes the magma to start rising to the surface? Let's get into this hot topic?Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
http://www2.tulane.edu/~sanelson/Natural_Disasters/volcan&magma.htm
https://www.usgs.gov/observatories/cascades-volcano-observatory/information-about-volcanologists
https://nap.nationalacademies.org/read/24650/chapter/6
https://edu-rsc-org.libproxy.library.unt.edu/feature/eruption/3009796.article
Natural Disasters - Patrick L. Abbott

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Episode 55. DDT: Elena Conis Many landmarks of environmental history share a connection with a single molecule: DDT. During and after the Second World War, it was broadcast into the environment at a scale that far surpassed the applications of any prior chemical. The public met this mass spraying of DDT with enthusiasm, as the war proved it to be highly effective against the vectors of malaria, yellow fever, typhus, and other insect-borne diseases. But these public health successes were short-lived as insects quickly evolved resistance. Nevertheless, DDT use skyrocketed around the world, especially in agriculture. It was also used on a massive scale in forestry, in the Sisyphean fight against invasive insects, and in the home, where clever companies impregnated all manner of commercial products with DDT, ranging from bug bombs to house paint to wallpaper for the nursery. Due primarily to its massive impact on the environment, but also to effects on human health, a backlash ensued, driven most forcefully by Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring. The chemical was banned throughout the world in the 1970s and 80s, and yet its story continued. With us to unravel this complex tale, and its relation to science denial and corporate malfeasance, is Elena Conis. Elena is a historian of medicine and an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Journalism and Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on scientific controversies, science denial, and public understanding of science. She is the author of Vaccine Nation: America’s Changing Relationship with Immunization, and a co-editor of Pink and Blue: Gender, Culture, and the Health of Children. Today we discuss her most recent book, How to Sell a Poison: The Rise, Fall, and Toxic Return of DDT.
Episode 56. Marine Pollution: David Valentine The oceans have been used as the dumping grounds for all manner of toxic waste. Outrage over such dumping led to the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 in the United States and the London Convention on the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Dumping of Wastes and Other Matter in 1975. Today I discuss the dumping of DDT and other wastes off the coast of Southern California with Dave Valentine. Dave completed a BS in chemistry and biochemistry at the University of California San Diego in 1995, followed by an MS in chemistry also at UCSD the following year. He then completed MS and PhD degrees in earth system science at the University of California Irvine in 1998 and 2000. Dave is now the Norris Presidential Chair in Earth Science at UC Santa Barbara. He has participated in 25 oceanographic expeditions, including 13 as chief scientist.
67: Transforming Household Waste Into Climate-Positive Thermoplastics (ft. Derek Schaefer) Where there are people, there is waste. And with so many of us, the amount of waste generated has reached 2 billion tons a year and continues to grow at an alarming rate. What if there was a way to put all this waste to good use? This is exactly the question that sparked the foundation of UBQ Materials.
 
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Today we welcome Derek Schaefer, the Vice President of Sales and Business Development at UBQ Materials, a company that converts unsorted, “unrecyclable” waste to thermoplastics.
 
With him we discuss:
 
🔹️How can you turn a chicken bone or banana peel into common polymers like polypropylene and polystyrene
🔹️How can you use your knowledge of materials science and engineering to contribute to UBQ’s mission. 
🔹And much more!
 
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66: Hyperloop Technology: Revolutionizing Transportation (ft. Andrea La Mendola) Hyperloop TT has brought together a global team to create a frictionless world. By removing the financial, technological, safety and environmental risks, and by removing the wasted time, stress and complications of travel, they’re removing the barriers to where the world wants to go.    
 
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In today’s episode, we welcome Andrea La Mendola, the Chief Operating Officer of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies. With him we discuss:
 
🔹️What hyperloop technology is and how people perceive it. 
🔹️The role of material science in developing Hyperloop technology. 
🔹And much more!
 
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DSS186: Steps to Investigating a Combustible Dust Fire or Explosion with Brian Dunagan Brian Dunagan, Managing Consultant and Chief Investigator at IFO Group, outlines recommended steps for investigating a combustible dust fire or explosion
DSS184: Application of Bow Tie Analysis & Inherently Safer Design in Canadian Wood Pellet Mills with Kayleigh Rayner-Brown Kayleigh Rayner-Brown from OBEX Risk goes over the steps involved with application of bow tie analysis and inherently safer design in Canadian wood pellet mills.
DSS185: Safety Share - Can Combustible Dust Explode in a Freezer? This episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast explores the question of whether combustible dust can explode in a freezer.
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93: #2080 Pure Pearl Body Wash Molly and Megan talk about an easy-to-process pearled body wash that highlights safe, plant-based ingredients and effectively removes dirt, sweat, and excess oil without the use of harsh sulfates. Molly passes along some very helpful tips of formulating with these liquid blends including building viscosity and adding additional ingredients for a customized finished product. Features Suga®Det LSDG and Suga®Det EcoPearl.
90: #1063 90% Biobased Shampoo Molly and Megan talk about this no-salt-added, foamy shampoo formulation that's been carbon tested at 90%! Using Cola®Det COCO and Poly Suga®Quat TM8610P, it provides rich lather with light conditioning. Molly describes how hemp-based Cola®Teric HBS helps to boost viscosity and Megan talks about her passion for Pomegranate.
91: #1062 4X Concentrated Clear Liquid Shampoo Megan and Molly discuss how a little can go a long way and help reduce plastic along the way too. This formulation features plant-based, sulfate-free ingredients and is easily made with a cold process. Molly talks solids and ways to avoid bringing in water - helping to make this shampoo even more concentrated - and still keep typical viscosity for a shampoo.
92: #4048 Gentle Toothpaste (Natural Mint Flavored) Molly and Megan discuss this sulfate-free toothpaste featuring Suga®Nate 160NC for cleansing, foaming, low irritation and neutral flavor. Molly gives a deep dive into how these tested ingredients work together to produce a pleasing, next-generation toothpaste.
TIAFT Bulletin preview - Issue 52(2) We'll be previewing issues of the TIAFT Bulletin as they are released each quarter.Special thanks to Jennifer Schumann and Sarah Wille, editors of the TIAFT Bulletin. For more information on the Bulletin, including how to submit content, click here.Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.orgFind out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.
65: How Biomimicry Inspired the Creation of Helicoid Composites (ft. Dr Lorenzo Mencattelli) Biomimicry aims to take inspiration from biological processes and translate the principles to engineering. By its inspiration, the idea of helicoid composites was created.  
 
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In today’s episode, Dr. Lorenzo Mencattelli, Director of Research and Development at Helicoid Industries, will share with us his expertise in Composite Innovation and R&D project management.
 
In this conversation, we discuss:
🔹️What does a helicoid structure look like in nature.
🔹️Advice to engineers who would like to learn more about biomimicry.
🔹And much more!
 
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Drugging the undruggable Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Chemical biology is a relatively recent discipline where thinking about biomolecules as big organic molecules isn’t shocking, but it was completely revolutionary just 3 or 4 decades ago. What is undeniable is that chemistry offers a new lens to observe, interact with and alter biological phenomena. Chemistry opens the possibility to understand biomolecules at the atomic level and to leverage traditional organic chemistry methods to change their function, ultimately influencing macroscopic biological phenomena.Dr. Shanique Borteley Alabi has been thinking about how chemicals can influence humans ever since childhood observations of her grandfather at work in his pharmacy, in Ghana. She now uses chemistry to influence the interaction between cellular proteins by designing small molecules that work as “glues” for macromolecules. She spent her PhD developing “proteolysis targeted chimeras” (ProTaC), the use of small molecules with affinity for both a specific protein target and for kinases that tag proteins to initiate their degradation. She now works on similar concepts to selectively initiate and promote the interaction between natural proteins with the objective of amplifying specific natural pathways to treat disease. This is the frontier of drug development, going beyond simple competitive inhibition and promising a way to develop drugs for undruggable targets.
Bonus: Where does sand come from? (and other questions) Bonus Episode: Question and Response 32In this month's bonus episode, Melissa and Jam respond to comments and questions about CO2 and mosquitos, sand, light scattering, cooking eggs, and more!Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.Want to start your own podcast? Use Transistor and you'll have the best podcast platform available. We use it and we are totally in love with it.Find us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @ChemForYourLife.Email us at chemforyourlife@gmail.comAnd check out our chill, simple little website at https://chemforyourlife.transistor.fm/★ Support this podcast ★
AMA Season Finale! Feat @themelaninchemist @skinchemy & @labmuffinbeautyscience Featuring Lalita Iyer @skinchemy, Esther Olu @themelaninchemist & Michelle Wong @labmuffinbeautyscience. A few weeks ago you guys sent in questions via IG, in this episode we tried to answer them all! This is our last podcast before we take a summer break to record more for the next season. We’ll be back with our podcast in September! Thanks to everyone who tuned in to season 6! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
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Bonus: Jess Wade on Wikipedia and work-life balance This month, Stereo Chemistry is sharing an episode of the podcast ChemConvos featuring an interview with materials scientist, self-described “Raman spectroscopy enthusiast,” and prolific Wikipedia editor Jess Wade. On ChemConvos, hosts Henry Powell-Davies and Medina Afandiyeva seek to uncover the story behind the scientist. In this episode, the trio discusses not only Jess’s work as a research fellow at Imperial College London but also how she manages burnout and the importance of a supportive lab culture. And, of course, they dig into the origins of her Wikipedia project, which has resulted in Wade creating more than 1,400 biographies on Wikipedia aiming to highlight women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ scientists and engineers. Follow ChemConvos on Twitter at @ChemConvosPod. Find new episodes at anchor.fm/chemconvospod or on your favorite podcast platform. A transcript of this episode is available at bit.ly/3yb4lb8. Image credit: Courtesy of ChemConvos/C&EN
64: Scaling Nanotechnology from Research Labs to Consumer Products (ft. Dr. Nichole Cates) Nanocoining is a patented process that enables scalable nanomanufacturing by indenting nanopatterns around the outside of a seamless cylindrical drum or sleeve 500 times faster than electron-beam lithography. 
 
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Today's guest, Dr. Nichole Cates, Senior Research Scientist at Smart Material Solutions and leads the company’s nanofabrication and nanocharacterization efforts. In this episode, she will share her knowledge about high-speed nanopatterning and its different applications. 
 
In this conversation, we discuss:
🔹️How NASA could use nanocoining to prevent dust accumulation on astronaut suits
🔹️Advice to MSEs who are trying to figure out what industry they want to make an impact in
 
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DSS183: Safety Share: Controlling The Hazard Is Not Removing The Hazard This episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast examines the reality that controlling combustible dust hazards is not the same as eliminating them entirely.
What is lightning? #137Lightning is something we're all used to. It's always just been an odd part of life. But think for a second, what even is it? It's just electricity, hanging out in the sky?? Why? What causes it? What makes it move from cloud to cloud? Or from cloud to earth? Let's get into this asap.Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
https://www.weather.gov/jetstream/lightning
https://www.weather.gov/safety/lightning-science-overview
https://www.preprints.org/manuscript/201811.0320/v1/download
https://journals.ametsoc.org/view/journals/atsc/58/18/1520-0469_2001_058_2751_ticgcc_2.0.co_2.xml
https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/JC088iC09p05494
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11214-008-9345-0
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/lightning?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=yt20190412-environment-lightning&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_rd=&cmpid=org=ngp::mc=social::src=youtube::cmp=editorial::add=yt20190412-environment-lightning::urid=
https://youtu.be/zUNEFefftt8
https://www.compoundchem.com/2018/07/31/thunderstorms/#:~:text=Lightning%20strikes%20split%20diatomic%20oxygen,ionising%20molecules%20in%20the%20air

https://www.weather.gov/safety/lightning

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Misplaced Conservation with Adam Ford, Ph.D. This episode featured Adam Ford, Ph.D. Canada Research Chair in Wildlife Restoration Ecology at UBC, on the topic of misplaced conservation. What it is, how it happens and why we should care. While misplaced conservation may seem like something far removed from cosmetics, as you’ll hear once we get started, it really isn’t. The misinformation in our space has a tremendously negative impact, including potentially on conservation efforts. With that, I’ll leave you with the episode. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
63: Using Composite Fibers to Shield Your Home from Radiation (ft. Dr. Robert Brüll) Fibercoat is a two-component, ceramic fiber reinforced, high build coating system.  It is designed for walls, ceilings, columns, and other surfaces subject to chemical exposure.  Fibercoat is a high film build system with excellent adhesion to concrete or steel. 
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Today's guest, Dr. Robert Brüll, the CEO and Co-Founder of FibreCoat, whose mission is to make high performance materials affordable for everyone. Robert and FibreCoat have earned multiple prizes for their aluminum coated composite fibers, including most recently the JEC-World award, one of the most renown awards in the composite industry. Just like us, they believe materials science has the potential to sustainably improve our environment, our society, and our lives, so we are looking forward to diving into this story and this technology. 
 
In this conversation, we discuss:
🔹️How can composite fibers play a role in shielding all households from electromagnetic radiation.
🔹️How material development changes for different applications (i.e., a conductive yarn for smart textiles vs. fibers for spacecrafts).
🔹️Advice for MSEs who would like to get involved in the composites industry.
 
We hope you enjoy the episode! And as always, let us know what topics you’d like us to cover next!



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DSS182: Combining The Fields of Fire Protection Engineering & Combustible Dust Safety with Marc Hodapp Mark Hodapp, Senior Fire Protection Engineer with Fire & Risk Alliance, talks about combining the fields of fire protection engineering and combustible dust safety.
DMT, Ayahuasca, and a Chat with Tristan Brown Welcome to episode 22 of The Toxcast. Let's talk a bit about DMT (dimethyltryptamine) and ayahuasca and chat with Tristan Brown about his experiences consuming ayahuasca in Peru.
Intro and outro music is T Morri's Psychedelic Mushrooms.
DoseMakesThePoison.com.
What do rainbows and mirages have in common? #024 RebroadcastThis week, Melissa and Jam explore three very different, but related, light phenomena. We'll discuss situations when light can be bent, slowed down, and even broken. It's gonna be lit.Buy us a coffee!References from this episode

Why do rainbows form instead of just straight bands of colors? And why do they appear to touch the ground? - Scientific American

What causes a mirage? - Scientific American
Chemistry, Edition 1 - Julia Burdge
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What are clouds? And why do they look white? This episode is sponsored by MEL Science.MEL Science is a subscription service that offers monthly science boxes, which combine hands-on experiments with VR and AR technologies to engage kids in studying science! Subscribe today at melscience.com and use the promo code CFYL to get 60% off your first month!----------------------------------------------------#136Clouds. So fluffy. So wispy. So mysterious. What are they really? Why do they look white? How do they hold so much water for so long? Why do they float?Like the show? Buy us a coffee to help keep our show going AND free.How to start a podcast. <- Check this out if you've got a podcast idea you want to make happen!References from this episode
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-do-clouds-turn-gray-b
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-do-clouds-float-when/
https://www.usgs.gov/special-topics/water-science-school/science/condensation-and-water-cycle
https://www.usgs.gov/special-topics/water-science-school/science/how-much-does-cloud-weigh?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects
https://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/k-4/stories/nasa-knows/what-are-clouds-k4.html
https://youtu.be/a2GvzsaOncE
https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/learn-about/weather/types-of-weather/clouds/why-are-clouds-white#:~:text=But%20in%20a%20cloud%2C%20sunlight,background%20of%20the%20blue%20sky

https://www.childrensmuseum.org/blog/why-are-clouds-white

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Sebastian Gross – The devil is in the data Episode 18 of the Modern Chemistry podcast features Dr. Sebastian Gross. Sebastian is a consultant at Wega IT, (https://www.wega-it.com/en/). Where he supports clients, using his advanced experience in biotechnology methods, bioprocess development, lab & assay automation and kinetic modelling. Sebastian has strong experience in tools like Liquid Handling station, SiLA, Python, MATLAB, LabVIEW, SQL, and Data modelling.Prior to Wega, Sebastian was head of process development at TUB (Technische Universität Berlin), where he also did his PhD. Sebastian is contactable on social media, and you can find him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/sebastian-hans/You can also connect with Sebastian via the Wega website link above.Sebastian’s web linkOur theme music is "Wholesome" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)Music from https://filmmusic.ioLicense: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Connect with me (Paul) at https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulorange/H.E.L. group can be found at www.helgroup.com online,on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/hel-group/ on Twitter, we're @hel_group, https://twitter.com/hel_groupor search for us on Facebook
Episode 55. DDT: Elena Conis Many landmarks of environmental history share a connection with a single molecule: DDT. During and after the Second World War, it was broadcast into the environment at a scale that far surpassed the applications of any prior chemical. The public met this mass spraying of DDT with enthusiasm, as the war proved it to be highly effective against the vectors of malaria, yellow fever, typhus, and other insect-borne diseases. But these public health successes were short-lived as insects quickly evolved resistance. Nevertheless, DDT use skyrocketed around the world, especially in agriculture. It was also used on a massive scale in forestry, in the Sisyphean fight against invasive insects, and in the home, where clever companies impregnated all manner of commercial products with DDT, ranging from bug bombs to house paint to wallpaper for the nursery. Due primarily to its massive impact on the environment, but also to effects on human health, a backlash ensued, driven most forcefully by Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring. The chemical was banned throughout the world in the 1970s and 80s, and yet its story continued. With us to unravel this complex tale, and its relation to science denial and corporate malfeasance, is Elena Conis. Elena is a historian of medicine and an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Journalism and Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley. Her research focuses on scientific controversies, science denial, and public understanding of science. She is the author of Vaccine Nation: America’s Changing Relationship with Immunization, and a co-editor of Pink and Blue: Gender, Culture, and the Health of Children. Today we discuss her most recent book, How to Sell a Poison: The Rise, Fall, and Toxic Return of DDT.
Episode 54. Bohr’s Atom: John Heilbron At the start of the 20th century, physicists probed the structure of nature. Their discoveries changed our fundamental understanding of matter, of life, and of war. At the center of these discoveries stood the Danish physicist Niels Bohr. Bohr approached problems of atomic structure and quantum theory with a philosophical perspective and an ability to skirt paradoxes with his principle of complementarity. Perhaps as important as Bohr’s discoveries on the atom was his hosting of international collaborations at his institute in Copenhagen, which in turn led to fundamental insights in physics and chemistry. Bohr also played significant humanitarian and diplomatic roles during World War II in Denmark, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Many Jewish refugee scientists passed through Bohr’s institute after escaping Nazi Germany, and Bohr then facilitated their immigration to safe harbors. With us to decipher Bohr’s complex legacy is John Heilbron. John is a member of the International Academy of the History of Science, for which he served as president from 2001-2005. He is also a member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and The American Philosophical Society. He is the recipient of many awards for his scholarship on the history of science.
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Shining a new light on chemistry Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Entrepreneurship in the blood, a fine mind, and a bold spirit makes for a life of successes and a great podcast episode as well! This is how we would describe Chern-Hooi Lim, a Malaysian chemical engineer who is thinking big and aiming to reshape the way we make molecules through the use of light. Chern-Hooi is an expert and innovator of photocatalysis. His organo-catalysts are a big departure from the more established precious metal-based ones and bring with them the promise of a new deal for synthetic chemistry.This is a fascinating discussion about the present and future of chemistry. We discover how photocatalysis enables a new paradigm in chemistry, where we depart from fully reduced carbon sources and imitate nature in using oxidized carbon and light as the fundamental building blocks. We explore mild-condition Birch reduction, cross-coupling, and radical reactions. This is also a story of smart ideas and bold choices and a new perspective on the role entrepreneurship can play in science and technology. Another great discovery of a strong personality and the science that comes from it. more of the conversation!
On the COVID pill and other process chemistry tales Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Process chemists are the silent heroes of modern pharmaceutical sciences. They take a drug molecule coming out of medicinal chemistry research and make sense of its chemical synthesis. With tight deadlines they often must completely reinvent chemical syntheses to meet strict efficiency and cost requirements necessary to move drugs to commercial production. It’s a challenging job that requires discipline and pragmatism, but a certain dose of chemical creativity at the same time.Patrick Fier, from Merck, represents the perfect profile of a great process chemist. He makes the most of the incredible resources and the culture of innovation available at Merck. His chemistry is creative and intriguing, he shows that unique mix of disruptive thinking and disciplined determination that is needed to design state-of-the-art chemical syntheses. And his talent gave him the opportunity to lead the development of Molnupiravir, the so-called COVID pill, one of the most promising antivirals used in severe Coronavirus cases.In this unique episode we have the rare opportunity to get to know a chemist who really played a key role in helping address the COVID pandemic. Keywords:  process chemistry, COVID, molnupiravir, COVID pill, pharmaceutical development, drug, antivirals, C-H functionalization, sulphonamides, phenol synthesis, medicinal chemistry, Merck Sharp & Dome
A fresh perspective on the development of new drugs Visit https://thermofisher.com/bctl to register for your free Bringing Chemistry to Life T-shirt and https://www.thermofisher.com/chemistry-podcast/ to access the extended video version of this episode and the  episode summary sheet, which contains links to recent publications and additional content recommendations for our guest. You can access the extended video version of this episode via our YouTube channel to hear, and see, more of the conversation!Antibiotics are an incredibly important class of drugs and possibly the most impactful, life-changing scientific innovation in history. However, microorganisms reproduce themselves very rapidly and can evolve in literal minutes. We can’t iterate science this quickly, which is the basis of increasing cases of antibiotic resistance that are a growing concern in modern medicine. Antibiotics are complex both chemically and in their biological function, which makes them hard to develop and a relatively unattractive pharmaceutical class from the business perspective. Like never before, we need a fresh perspective, and this is where Ziyang Zhang is leaving an impression. Ziyang is young, but incredibly productive and creative. Even before starting with his own research group (soon at Berkley), he has achieved so much and shown incredible chemical talent and thinking unlike anyone else’s. His new way of thinking can affect drug development strategies for antibiotics and beyond.This is a captivating discussion with an incredible character, that fascinates with his understated style as he introduces us to his chemistry and his ideas. In a classic BCTL way, we explore his personal and professional path, his research into macrolide antibiotics, and his novel approach to selectively targeting brain cancer.
Interview with James Welsh on Navigating Beauty BS as a Skinfluencer Hope you enjoy the convo as much as I did! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
DSS181: Challenges With Educational Wood Shop Dust Collection Systems with Greg Slavin Greg Slavin, President of Clean Air Company Inc., explains common challenges with educational wood shop dust collection systems.
DSS176: Common Ducting Challenges & Solutions with Evan Thomson Evan Thompson, Applications Engineer at Nordfab Ducting, discusses common ducting challenges and their solutions.
DSS178: Ineffective Dust Explosion Isolation Using Material Chokes - Part 2 - Rotary Valves with Jeff Mycroft Jeff Mycroft, Fike Canada's Regional Sales Manager, talks about the ineffective use of material chokes on rotary valves to isolate dust explosions.
DSS179: Explosion Test Data For Artificial Sweeteners In this episode, we discuss explosion test data for artificial sweeteners. The subject was inspired by a Dust Safety Helpdesk question.
DSS177: Ineffective Dust Explosion Isolation Using Material Chokes - Part 1 - Screw Conveyors with Jeff Mycroft Jeff Mycroft, Regional Sales Manager, Fike Canada, talks about ineffective dust explosion isolation using material chokes on screw conveyors
DSS180: What’s Coming Up In Smart Dust Collection Systems with Joe Haney Joe Haney, Product Line Leader at Industrial Accessories Company, comes on the podcast to discuss what the future holds for smart dust collection systems.
62: Using Smart Windows to Increase Energy Savings, Privacy, and Comfort (ft. Ameen Saafir) Among these new technologies are smart windows, and we aren't talking about Microsoft's operating system. This exciting, cutting-edge window technology allows consumers to block either all light or just some with less energy than it takes to charge a smartphone. This type of light control could potentially save billions of dollars on heating, cooling and lighting costs.
 
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In today’s episode, Ameen Saafir,  the CEO and Co-Founder of Tynt Technologies, shares his mission which is to make energy-efficient smart windows affordable for everyone. He has been an advisor for eco-friendly companies such as Rainforest Connection, Nano Hydrophobics, SUNTAP, and Twelve, spanning areas such as deforestation, solar energy, and CO2 emissions.
 
In this conversation, we discuss:
🔹️The diverse background of his team at Tynt Technologies, and how that has contributed to the success of their technology.
🔹️How much better smart windows are compared to traditional windows at reducing energy consumption.
🔹️Advice for young MSEs who are hoping to become entrepreneurs one day.
 
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Carbon Turnover in the Deep Biosphere In our latest podcast episode, we are discussing Carbon turnover in the deep biosphere, its relevance to modern society, how it takes place and how it influences life on the surface.
For that, Katarina Josifovska interviewed Prof. Dr. Alexander Probst, associate professor for "Aquatic Microbial Ecology" at the University of Duisburg-Essen
Hydroxymoron & Herbal toxicity - On the Spot at FACTA2022 At the FACTA2022 conference, Peter caught up with a few fellow toxicologists: Dimitri Gerostamoulos, Naren Gunja, and Susan Britza.Contact us at toxpod@tiaft.orgFind out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.
Green Analytical Toxicology with Jose Luiz da Costa Tim chats with Jose Luiz da Costa, Professor of Toxicology at the University of Campinas in Brazil, about his work with NPS and advancements in 'Green Analytical Toxicology'.Here's a link to his paper on Green Analytical ToxicologyContact us at toxpod@tiaft.orgFind out more about TIAFT at www.tiaft.orgThe Toxpod is a production of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists. The opinions expressed by the hosts are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of TIAFT.
Topical Delivery of Skincare Actives with Gabriella Baki, Ph.D. This was a 101 episode on the Topical Delivery of Skincare Actives, with Gabriella Baki, Ph.D., cosmetics researcher and prof in the University of Toledo Cosmetic Science program. Enjoy! Interested in supporting the podcast? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
Cosmetic Regulations under the EU Green Deal with Fred Lebreux, Ph.D There are some potentially big changes coming in the EU regarding chemical management under the new Green Deal which will directly impact the cosmetics industry. Joining us for this episode is regulatory toxicologist, Fred Lebreux Ph.D., CEO at BIORIUS. What's happening, how might it impact the cosmetics sector, and how can brands best prepare for these changes? One of the biggest suggestions for the final question is trying to stay on top of what's happening, and this episode is a great start! Hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did! Interested in supporting the show? Find us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/theecowell
Botanical Safety & Sustainability with Prof Monique Simmonds, Ph.D., from Kew This week's episode featured plant scientist, Professor Monique Simmonds from the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. She is my literal idol in this space, and it was such a treat to pick her brain on the topic of botanical safety and sustainability. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! This week's episode is sponsored by Herbal Essences, who works closely with KEW to confirm the species and chemical composition of all the botanicals in Herbal Essences bio:renew. Thank you Herbal Essences for making this podcast possible!
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