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The Creators and Engineers Podcast
34 minutes | Jun 16, 2017
Radio Controlled Flying Beetles! Why this is a Good Thing
This time we're talking with Professor Michel Maharbiz on the ethics of cyborg-idizing beetles to remotely perform commands with electrodes and radio signals. We get deep into how micro biology is pushing the frontiers of science in new and interestingly morally complicated ways.
43 minutes | Jun 13, 2017
Schrodinger's Cat Will Live on Forever
In this episode, Professor Christopher Cramer of University of Minnesota explore his academic career, and recent and future developments in chemistry of sustainability.
38 minutes | May 9, 2017
Machine Learning Saves Forests! With Thomas Dietterich
A discussion with Thomas Dietterich of Oregon State University on how machine learning algorithms can be applied to solving problems in ecology, and how the field of machine learning has advanced since its very recent conception.
28 minutes | Apr 11, 2017
Rockets and Robots with Professor Martin Mason
In this episode, you'll hear from Professor Martin Mason of Mt. San Antonio College about his recent projects in rocket building and robotics. Stick around to hear from his robotics team about their challenges in robotics and future goals.
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