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Connecting Science and Communication for the Masses with Lauren Robertson, Ph.D.

How do you talk about science in a manner that engages the general audience? For so long, scientists have been separated from the public through confusing dogma and research...

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Using Human-Centered Design Thinking to Teach Transferable Skills with Caleb McKinney, Ph.D. 

  Human-centered design thinking has always been a widely applicable field of study and implementation. Design thinking has begun to change how we approach research and data analysis from...

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Combatting COVID-19 with Gladstone’s Warner Greene, MD, PhD

  Virologist Warner Greene, MD, PhD is studying how the COVID-19 virus enters cells, and will screen a library of FDA-approved drugs to identify those that could be rapidly...

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Leveraging Personalized Medicine for Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment with Laura Esserman, MD

  Breast cancer is preventable and yet, many women all over the world still get it. The question now is, how can you prevent and reduce your risks of...

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Thriving in the Biotech Industry Without a Science Background with Danielle Silva

  The biotech industry is dominated by highly educated and skilled professionals with a background in science. This poses an entry barrier for some but not for Danielle Silva....

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Caring for COVID-19 Patients, Creating Ventilator Design Challenge with Rich Boyer, MD, PhD

In this episode, we speak with Rich Boyer, MD, PhD who is a PGY-4 resident anesthesiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Rich has a unique background. He has ...

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Transitioning into a Career in Data Science and AI with Abhijit Sanyal, PhD

  When shifting from academics to the corporate business world you, need to have a mindset shift that requires you to step out of the Ivory Tower and take...

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Rutgers’ COVID-19 Response

Rutgers University, founded in 1766 as one of the original colonial colleges, played the first ever US style gridiron football game against in-state Ivy league rival Princeton University in...

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Experiential Learning as a Service with Leah Davidson 

  How do you bridge the gap between students who do not have the necessary experience and network that will help them get hired after college and companies who...

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U-Delaware’s Design and Engineering Ingenuity with Jenni Buckley, PhD and Whitney Sample

Working in close collaboration at the University of Delaware’sDesign Studio, Co-Directors Whitney Sample &Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jenni Buckley, PhDhave established a partnership based on mutual admirationand respect....

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