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This monthly podcast explores the intersection of technology and arts management through interviews, product reviews, humorous dialogue, and more! The Technology in the Arts podcast is produced by the Arts Management and Technology Lab, a research center of the Master of Arts Management program in Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University. The AMT Lab staff currently includes Dr. Brett Crawford (Executive Director), Lutie Rodriguez (Chief Editor of Research), Angela Johnson (Podcast Produc ...
 
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Laboratory News

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Laboratory News

Sarah Lawton

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Listen in to stay up to date with all things 'laboratory'. In a rapidly evolving world, Laboratory News podcasts offer laboratory managers, technicians and researchers an entertaining catch up on some of the most interesting science and technology stories. From innovative solutions for core business problems to interviews introducing novel science and disruptive technologies. Helping you drive your laboratory into the future by keeping you lab savvy. www.labnews.co.uk
 
Advances in Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics Podcast Series Summary: SelectScience’s Clinical Editor, Sonia Nicholas, interviews a series of leading scientists about how advances in technology are changing the face of clinical laboratory diagnostics. At a time when healthcare professionals face numerous challenges including economic and workforce pressures, and increased demands on services, how are these advances helping to optimize workflow and improve patient care? Join the SelectScience c ...
 
Hear true stories of marine research! In each episode of "Two Sea Fans," Mote Marine Laboratory scientists and their partners have fun and educational conversations with hosts Joe Nickelson and Hayley Rutger, who love communicating marine science to help listeners become more ocean-literate. New episodes are available every two weeks.
 
The sex, drugs and relationships lab is a podcast centered on sexual health and substance use prevention. We educate about current topics concerning prevention and ways we can better negotiate our wellness. → share with friends ♡ S O C I A L M E D I A ♡ ⇨ INSTAGRAM: @projectstar_wellness https://www.instagram.com/projectstar_wellness ⇨ FACEBOOK: @projectstar_wellness https://www.facebook.com/projectstar_wellness ⇨ WEBSITE: https://www.etpsquad.com
 
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Lieder Laboratory

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Lieder Laboratory

Lieder Laboratory

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Lieder Laboratory is a monthly podcast about art songs in South Africa, the inspiration behind them, and how art song as a genre can help us contribute and promote the art song in the South African musical landscape. The South African art song is unique. Our goal is to freely explore and promote the art form and collaboratively stimulate the creation of new work reflecting our unique and vibrant community, without boundaries. Our aim is to collaborate with composers, performers, and industry ...
 
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Lessons from the laboratory – SD

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Lessons from the laboratory – SD

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

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Most students know more about media technologies than their teachers, but lack the ability to use them effectively, says educationalist Professor Frank Fischer. This underlines the need for training in media literacy. In ongoing studies at the Institute of Education and Educational Psychology at LMU Munich, he and his team are seeking the best ways to provide it.
 
It's the 21st Century. Ever wondered what happened to all those inventions, conveniences, and other concepts the future was suppose to bring? Well, so have we. Here, at Doctor Geek's Laboratory, we will explore all the realms of applied geekdom. We will examine the future that was, the future that is, and the future that has not yet come to pass. Through enthusiasm, passion, and humor, we hope to bring our audience closer to the scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs, tinkerers, and others who ...
 
A powerful podcast that focusses on how to develop the mindset, tactics and skills needed to build a thriving sales business. About the host: Mark Gundlach is a seasoned sales and leadership veteran that has built several businesses through multiple market conditions and geographic locations. He has conducted thousands of hours of one-on-one coaching sessions, webinars and live trainings. Mark currently serves as Founder and Principal at the Gundlach Property Group and Co-Founder at Build St ...
 
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In this episode, Megan McCausland, Scientific Advisor for Flow Cytometry at Q2 Solutions, and Scott Bornheimer, Associate Director of Medical and Scientific Affairs at BD Biosciences talk about the enormous potential of flow cytometry as a clinical diagnostic tool. Currently, pharma companies are looking for simplified, standardized flow cytometry …
 
In the latest installment of the Let’s Talk Podcast Interview series, AMT Lab staff member Natalie Larsen interviews a group of Carnegie Mellon University students & faculty who worked conjointly on a week-long “Jam"' at the Textiles Lab in order to create a fabric that produces sounds when stretched and manipulated.…
 
In this month’s installment of our Let’s Talk podcast series, AMT Lab staff Maraika Lumholdt and Natalie Larsen continue discussing the ever-evolving world of technology and privacy policy, especially in the realms of theater and music. The AI Bill of Rights, an essential new blueprint for the future of technology policy, is also examined.…
 
In this podcast interview, AMT Lab staff members Rachel Broughton and Maraika Lumholdt talk with Mikael Owunna, a Nigerian American multi-media artist, filmmaker, and engineer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Mikael discusses how technology, as presented in traditional African cosmologies, has influenced his creative practice and shaped his recent wo…
 
In the latest installment of our Let’s Talk podcast series, AMTlab staff members Maraika Lumholdt and Natalie Larsen discuss recent news in NFTs and policies, and their implications for the future. They also discuss AI as an artistic collaborator and the ethical, moral, and legal issues that go along with it.…
 
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40 or so old and new Jungle tracks crammed into 5 minutes All the classics are in there. I put this together for a party, all the DJs were asked to put something together. As I'm a house Dj i thought I would do something a little different. Enjoy. Budsy
 
In this installment of Let’s Talk, Chief Editor of Research Liz Forrey and Summer Social Media and Marketing Manager Maraika Lumholdt talk about what has been happening at the intersection of art and tech thus far in August. The conversation covers recent uses and developments with Dall-E and Crayion, how NFTs and apps like TikTiok are becoming rel…
 
In this episode, Liz and Summer Social Media Manager Maraika Lumholdt speak with Jacob Gursky, privacy engineering student at Carnegie Mellon University, about Ghostbots, Griefbots, and their role in the Arts. The conversation covers the complexity of these digital creations, how they are used in different settings, and their morality.…
 
Listen to how one rockstar agent went from struggling to thriving in her real estate business in just one year. Oh yea...and she'd been pregnant for the last 8 months. Megan lays it all out for you in this informative chat with me. If you have referrals for Megan in the Colorado Springs area feel free to reach out to Megan at 610.716.8309 or Meganf…
 
With fewer people covering more roles with less specialization and novel therapeutics with unique testing requirements, the needs of small biotech companies in clinical trials are different from larger sponsors. In this episode, Alex Watt, Global Head for Biotech Integrated Laboratory Solutions and Mona Henderson, Director of Laboratory Network Sol…
 
This is the second in a two-part conversation series with Andrew Plumley, the current Head of Equity and Impact for Arabella Advisors, and former Senior Director of Equity and Culture at the American Alliance of Museums, where he oversaw both AAM's internal DEAI work, as well as the Facing Change initiative, advancing museum board diversity and inc…
 
Many real estate agents want to move from solo agent to team. Unfortunately, many don't have the right roadmap to do so. In this first episode of Season 2 of the Real Estate Sales Laboratory w/Mark Gundlach, we talk with Chris Adams. A powerful team leader in the Twin Cities Minnesota area. Chris is a great leader, a family man and an all around gr…
 
This is the first in a two-part conversation series with Andrew Plumley, the current Head of Equity and Impact for Arabella Advisors, and former Senior Director of Equity and Culture at the American Alliance of Museums, where he oversaw both AAM's internal DEAI work, as well as the Facing Change initiative, advancing museum board diversity and incl…
 
In this episode, Alex Watt, Global Head for Biotech Integrated Laboratory Solutions and Alan Wookey, Global Head of Companion Diagnostics discuss how to manage both scientific and operational risk in clinical trials for biotech companies. Looking at risk as uncertainty reveals not only threats to project timelines but also opportunities to take a n…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews Rachel Hite, the Advancement Officer at the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and Liz McFarlin-Marciak, the Director of Major and Planned Giving at the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Conversations touch on the pros and cons of virtual benefits, the case they both make for giving at their non-prof…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews David Nutt, who has worked at the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Chicago Symphony Orchestra before landing in his current position as the Director of Sales and Advertising at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. Conversations touch on the effect of the pandemic on ticket sales and marketing for operas and symphonie…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews Theo George, a Masters of Arts Management alumni here at Carnegie Mellon, and the current Director of Marketing and Communications at SNF Parkway Theater, which is also the home to the Maryland Film Festival. Conversations touch on the challenges of running an independent movie theater, how to instill a …
 
Alex Watt is the Global Head for Biotech Integrated Laboratory Solutions at Q2 Solutions. In this episode, the first of a three-part series, he talks about how biotech companies can best prepare for testing with a CRO or clinical trial. First it's important to understand you analytical needs. What services are needed to operationalize the study des…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews two Carnegie Mellon, Masters of Arts Management candidates: Olivia Browdy, currently the Social Media Manager at Symphony Tacoma, and Veronica Lopez, the Management Coordinator at Volta Music Foundation. The three discuss ways to integrate technology into music education moving forward. The conversation …
 
In this month's episode (our first Afrikaans-language conversation), mezzo-soprano Linette van der Merwe discusses Droomuur (Dream Hour), her album of art songs by Niel van der Watt. She elaborates on her deep-seated love of Afrikaans poetry, her upbringing in a musical family, and the joy that art song brings her. She also talks about her close co…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls interviews Darren Mok, a senior computer science major at Carnegie Mellon University and entrepreneur/co-founder of Pyx_Labs. Darren and Victoria discuss the potential for fashion and NFTs to intersect in both the physical and meta world. Conversations touch on creating physical fashion pieces utilizing NFTs, why N…
 
Becoming bilingual in bioanalysis In this podcast Barry Jones (Director, LC–MS Biologics and Biomarkers at Q² Solutions) and Adriane Spytko (Manager, LC–MS Biologics at Q² Solutions; both NY, USA) discuss hybrid assays using both LBA and LC−MS techniques. They share their thoughts on bottom-up LC−MS methods and the concern about detecting analyte t…
 
In this episode, Victoria Sprowls and Andrew Wolverton interview Tom Kalnas, an AMT Lab contributor, and Eric Neal, a Third Act founder, about NFTs and their use cases in both film and theater. Tom Kalnas discusses the potential for NFTs as smart contracts that distribute royalties, as well as fundraising tools in indie film production. Then, Eric …
 
In this month's episode, we exlore the debut album by our very own podcaster and baritone, Chris Vale. He recently recorded his brand new album entitled "Come Away" with pianist, Eugene Joubert. The album features art songs based on poetry by William Shakespeare. The famous "Let us Garlands bring" by Gerald Finzi is complimented by new works by Sou…
 
In this guest-produced episode, Sara Bogomolny and Shun-Sho Carmack dive deep into collaboration. They discuss how UNESCO is attempting to save our intangible cultural heritages through collaboration, the fact that switching to a hybrid work model recontextualizes everyone's relationship to their jobs and co-workers, how to orchestrate an ethical r…
 
In today’s Let’s Talk, Victoria discusses some possible causes for the declining viewership of the Super Bowl, despite Sunday Night Football viewership remaining steady, before being joined by Shambhavi Mishra to discuss the future of tech in music composition. Topics touch on the innovation inherent in being able to create music from one’s bedroom…
 
This month's episode is an exploration of a newly composed song cycle by Marieke de Koker and Valentine Kizito. They discuss how they met via Facebook and process by which they collaborated to create this work. The episode includes several extracts from the song cycle integrated in an entirely new format. The pianist is Laetitia Orlandi. Work of th…
 
In this guest-produced episode, Kopal Srivastava and Morgan Hogenmiller dive deep into virtual reality applications. They discuss the social and cultural applications for VR with Tom Corbett, a CMU faculty member at iDeate Lab, before experiencing the possibilities of VR art and concerts firsthand. After using Soundscape VR and Tilt Brush, Kopal an…
 
In this interview episode, Andrew is joined by Jim McCarthy, the co-founder and CEO of Stellar Tickets and Goldstar, to discuss how theatres can cultivate broader audiences with livestreaming and how it will grow in the next three years. The conversation touches on how livestreaming is going to be a part of the next generation of TheaterMakers, how…
 
Victoria is joined by AMT Lab contributors, Ethan Jones and Elizabeth Forrey, to discuss best practices around data collection. Topics touch on streaming services data transparency (or lack thereof), how big tech companies use your data, how arts organizations can use data collection to their advantage, and whether or not it's actually prudent to d…
 
Victoria is joined by Quincy Brown, a Social Media Associate at RPM, a full-service advertising agency for several Broadway musicals, to discuss marketing for theater and arts organizations. Conversations touched on how to usher the audience back to the arts post-covid, the viability of live streaming for the arts, the best social media platforms t…
 
Most students know more about media technologies than their teachers, but lack the ability to use them effectively, says educationalist Professor Frank Fischer. This underlines the need for training in media literacy. In ongoing studies at the Institute of Education and Educational Psychology at LMU Munich, he and his team are seeking the best ways…
 
In our latest episode, Prof Conroy Cupido, Associate Professor in Opera and Singing at North West University, discusses vocal pedagogy, specifically in relation to art song. This very special episode also features the singing one of Prof Cupido's students, soprano Khayakazi Madlala. She performs a rendition of Après un rêve by French composer Gabri…
 
Victoria is joined by AMT Lab contributor, Georgia Calawerts, to discuss the environmental footprint of the film industry and the steps entertainment companies can take to decrease their carbon footprint. Conversations touch on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), carbon offsetting versus net-zero emissions, the environmental impact of a single ep…
 
Victoria is joined by Dr. Heng Wu, Curator of Asian art at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and Nick Pozek, Assistant Director at the Parker School of Foreign and Comparative Law at Columbia University to talk about the place of technology in the administrative and curatorial roles of art museums. Conversations touch on what it is like to work f…
 
In our latest podcast, renowned composer Hendrik Hofmeyr shares his views on the art song, vocal music, as well as an interesting discussion on opera and libretto writing. Hofmeyr is one of South Africa's most prolific composers, having written several operas, scores of art songs, and a plethora of instrumental and orchestral works. In 1998, he won…
 
On this month's Let’s Talk, Victoria and Andrew dive into the Twitch security breach and the privacy implications of Facebook attempting to build out the metaverse (a 3D virtual space where people interact with each other as avatars in a real-world space) when it seems they, and other Big Tech companies, have little concern with people’s private in…
 
In the second episode of Lieder Laboratory, Pieter Bezuidenhout, composer, discusses his approach to composing art song, choral music, and music in general. In a lively discussion, Franco Prinsloo and Chris Vale ask Pieter about writing for voice and harp, setting the poetry of Breyten Breytenbach, and the art of capturing the idiomatic inflection …
 
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