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Does living in a well-designed city make you healthier? How can surfing increase your creativity? Have you ever wondered why hospitals are so ugly? Bon Ku is a physician and an avid fan of design, food, surfboarding and Medicine. In each episode of DESIGN LAB, Bon and his guests tell stories about how the worlds of design, art, science and health intersect. Listen and learn new insights, hacks and design principles that you can apply to your own life.
 
Worlds of Gamespace is a show that explores themes of architecture, urbanism, infrastructure, and design through video game worlds. Our mission is to explore games as experiences of fictional architectures -- to engage the past, present, and futures of design; to delve into the myths, mysteries, and histories of our built environment; and to speculate on potentials of new modes of interaction with our world. Above all, we play to get carried away.
 
Join Astronaut Cady Coleman and scientist/author Andrew Maynard as they explore the unique visions of those working to take us to new worlds.Mission: Interplanetary looks at the big questions, the challenges to overcome, and the opportunities within reach. We talk to the people imagining, designing, and building the future of humans in space.Join us for a glimpse into futures that lie far beyond the bounds of Earth.
 
Design Futurecast is Maria Lorena Lehman's journey through design explorations and experiments ― where breakthrough questions intersect with expansive design thinking to shift your own creative path toward more innovative heights. Imagine yourself in the future, asking questions about a design solution you are creating today. With elements of visionary time-travel...Every episode examines cutting-edge investigations from a new perspective ― exploring the design experiment and its result in t ...
 
When you write a novel or build a game, you have to design a whole world. A world with culture, hierarchy, taboos, economy, fairness, traditions, careers, and origin stories. In Full Worlds, we hear authors and creators explain the worlds they built, without the story getting in the way.
 
We're on the quest to uncover the world's greatest thoughts. By collecting ideas from a wide range of disciplines, we're piecing together the framework each person should develop to live a curious and exciting life. We don't stop there. Without doing, thoughts are worthless. We share with you exciting new hobbies and adventures to inspire you to challenge yourself to tackle new things. Over time these thoughts and activities stack on top of each other, creating a stronger you and a better co ...
 
Giant Talk: The World's First OKR Podcast is now in its fourth season. Hosted by Lawrence Walsh, OKR expert and Strategy & Leadership Coach, this weekly podcast dives into the OKR (Objectives and Key Results) methodology, focusing on the successes and challenges facing growing businesses and how OKRs can be the catalyst for agile growth. Giant Talk is now streaming in partnership with Koan. Koan provide a simple, collaborative way to manage goals and OKRs for your entire company.
 
Join us Between the Worlds as we discuss tarot, psychology, mythology, pop culture, witchcraft, magic, art, and history with host Amanda Yates Garcia and a series of special guests. Music and production by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs. (Looking for the podcast Strange Magic? You can find those episodes here as well. Just scroll down, Strange Magic episodes begin with the acronym SM. If you'd like to read our statement on the end of that podcast, please see the show notes of episode BTW 28: Ace ...
 
For several years now, the House of CHANEL has been developing digital projects in the same spirit that has always animated it: combining innovation and technology with aesthetics and passion. In 2017 CHANEL launched its podcast, the 3.55. Imagined as an intimate conversation, this previously unseen format favours sound over image and opens new doors onto the world of CHANEL. New episodes regularly see the light of day, recorded in spaces that are representative of the House, such as Gabriel ...
 
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Santi K.M. Bhagat, MD, MPH, is a mother of a young adult with a chronic medical condition, a physician, and the founder of a grassroots, voluntary charitable organization, Physician-Parent Caregivers (PPC). PPC’s health care and policy research and analysis uncovered a lack of systemic supports for young adults who grow up with childhood-onset heal…
 
Deborah Adler is a designer, inventor, and entrepreneur with a focus on health and beauty. Her studio, Adler Design, is guided by the belief that meaningful innovation requires a deep understanding of the people at the heart of their work, and the changing world that surrounds them. Adler is the inventor and lead designer behind Target’s ClearRx an…
 
Dr. Ronald Wyatt is Vice President and Patient Safety Officer with MCIC Vermont, a major medical malpractice company. He was born in Selma Alabama and grew up in nearby Perry County (Heiberger) Alabama.Prior to joining MCIC Vermont, Dr. Wyatt was formerly Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer at Cook County Health in Chicago Illinois. He served …
 
Dr. Veronique Mead was a family physician and assistant professor with an obstetrical practice before leaving medicine because she felt she was causing harm. Retraining as a somatic therapist provided insights through a comprehensive understanding of trauma. She has been aggregating the large bodies of evidence revealing how adversity influences he…
 
Richard Park, MD is a health care investor, entrepreneur and board certified emergency medicine physician. In 2010, He founded and led as CEO, CityMD, an urgent care practice with over 130 locations and 650 physicians in the Greater New York area. In 2019, CityMD merged with Summit Medical Group and expanded to over 200 locations and 1500 physician…
 
Anne H. Charity Hudley, PhD is Professor of Education and Linguistics at Stanford University. Her research and publications address the relationship between language variation and educational practices and policies. She has a particular emphasis on creating high-impact practices for underrepresented students in higher education. Charity Hudley is t…
 
Ann’s interest in Pediatric Oncology began when, at age 43 she was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a primary bone cancer that affects kids aged 10-25, and was treated in the Pediatric Cancer Center at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Like most adults, she was unaware of how little funding pediatric cancers receive, how great the suffering is, and how too oft…
 
Dr. David Fajgenbaum is a groundbreaking physician-scientist, disease hunter, speaker, and author. He went from being a beast-like college Quarterback to receiving his last rites while in medical school and nearly dying four more times battling Castleman disease. To try to save his own life, David spearheaded an innovative approach to research thro…
 
Space begins some sixty-two miles above the surface of the Earth, but for most people it feels far more distant. Cady and Andrew talk with Ellen Stofan, Under Secretary for Science and Research at the Smithsonian, about bringing space closer to people. Also, space debris in the news, the problem with rotating space stations, and a new Sounds of Spa…
 
Katherine Leon is co-founder and Board Chair of SCAD Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to research of spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD), a non-atherosclerotic cause of heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest. In 2003, Katherine survived a 90% blockage of her left main artery caused by SCAD, which required emergency double bypass surgery. F…
 
Sara Auster is a sound therapist, meditation teacher and author. She has spent the past decade introducing sound baths to audiences and unique environments all across the globe. Sara’s transformative experiences and original teaching method have made her a leader in the sound bath movement, helping deep listening and sound meditation go mainstream.…
 
More than half a million bits of deadly space junk are racing around our planet. What do we do about that? Cady and Andrew talk to NASA astronaut Mark Brown about the problem of orbital debris. Also, the passing of legendary astronaut Michael Collins, daffodils, the sci-fi of Toby Weston, and a new Sounds of Space. Check out this week’s Sounds of S…
 
Timothy McMahan King is the author of Addiction Nation: What the Opioid Crisis Reveals About Us. After a near-fatal illness led to his doctor's prescribing him opioids for the pain, King ended up where millions of others have: addicted. But his story didn't end in tragedy like so many others. He had a doctor who understood the nature of addiction a…
 
CURRENT WORKSHOPS JOIN US FOR THE EMPRESS WORKSHOP. The Empress Workshop: Erotic Magick for Joy, Pleasure, and Allure In this workshop, we call in the Empress, pleasure Queen and the tarot avatar of Venus, goddess of love, luxury, beauty and creativity, and we practice her sacred arts. Erotic Magick teaches you how to: Have more fun Embrace erotici…
 
Penina Acayo Laker is a graphic designer, researcher, and Assistant Professor of Communication Design at Washington University in St. Louis. Her research and creative practice explore how human-centered, research-driven design methodologies catalyze unique ideas to address complex societal challenges facing communities in St. Louis and Uganda. She …
 
Today, Georgia Parker joins host Jenny for an additional OKR Toolkit episode. Georgia heads up the There Be Giants Culture Practice and is a global force in the realm of workplace culture and values. Here we discuss the importance of both and how the success of your OKR programme can be affected by an unhealthy culture. In the episode we talk about…
 
What happens if you murder someone in space? Cady and Andrew talk to space lawyer Timiebi Aganaba-Jeanty about the laws that govern us when we leave Earth. Also, Ingenuity flies on Mars, Star Cops, Battlestar Galactica, and a new Sounds of Space. This week’s Sounds of Space comes from the great folks at System Sounds. Hosts Cady Coleman & Andrew Ma…
 
Tina Aswani Omprakash is a Crohn’s patient and award-winning patient expert and health advocate based out of New York City. She has had Crohn’s Disease for 15 years and has had numerous surgeries. Tina maintains a blog and advocacy platform called Own Your Crohn’s (http://ownyourcrohns.com) and recently co-founded IBDesis, a community for South Asi…
 
Abbie Clary supports the growth and development of CannonDesign's global healthcare practice — focusing specifically on market differentiation, business growth and client engagement. Responsible for overseeing more than $2.5 billion in healthcare projects over the last 22 years, Abbie has become an expert at helping organizations rethink their stra…
 
In this latest episode of the OKR Toolkit Roger joins host Jenny for a discussion all about OKRs by design, specifically in reference to the OKR playbook. We talk top tips when comes to creating your playbook and why it's essential to have one in place. Enjoy the episode!There Be Giants tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Nothing lasts forever, including the universe. So how will it all end? Cady and Andrew talk with theoretical astrophysicist Katie Mack about the ultimate destruction of the cosmos. Also, comfort food on the ISS, crocheting, and a new Sounds of Space. This week’s Sounds of Space link. Data processed by Alexander G. Kosovichev. Hosts Cady Coleman & A…
 
Chris Bright is an international Futsal player who’s represented Wales on multiple occasions across Europe and a patient advocate for those with type 1 diabetes after living with the condition since 1999. Chris now focuses on empowering people with Diabetes through the tool of Football (Soccer). He pushes for greater educational support for people …
 
Liz Salmi is Senior Strategist of Dissemination for OpenNotes at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In this role, Liz helps hospitals and health systems understand the changing nature of patient-clinician communication in the digital age, and interpret and implement research emerging from the “open notes” movement. After being diagnosed with a m…
 
The last Age of Exploration was a disaster. How can we craft better models for a new Space Age? Cady and Andrew talk with space theoretician Natalie Trevino about decolonizing space exploration. Also, new obsessions, Yuri’s Night, and new Sounds of Space. Find the full recording of this week’s Sounds of Space here. Hosts Cady Coleman & Andrew Mayna…
 
Dr. Danny Sands is passionate about healthcare transformation. A practicing physician with training and experience in clinical informatics, Dr. Sands has worked in a variety of capacities in the healthcare IT industry for over 25 years. He spent almost 14 years doing clinical informatics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he developed a…
 
Guidione Machava is an entrepreneur, designer and community builder. He has experience leading teams, coaching designers, and creating together products and services that positively impact people’s lives. He works across diverse industries and sectors, bringing early ideas and concepts to life for World Bank projects, scrappy startups and nonprofit…
 
Today, Giant Talk host Jenny is joined by Roger for the latest episode of our OKR Toolkit series. In this latest episode we talk the importance of reflection and why it is important as a high performance habit. Enjoy the Episode!There Be Giants tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Why are we so fixated on Mars? Cady and Andrew talk with author and journalist David Baron about the surprising history behind our fascination with the Red Planet. Also, a new (and very musical) Sounds of Space. This week’s Sounds of Space link. NASA/CXC/SAO/K. Arcand, M. Russo & A. Santaguida. Hosts Cady Coleman & Andrew Maynard Twitter Interplane…
 
Dave Bjork is a patient advocate and research evangelist with more than 20 years of progressive experience in nonprofit advocacy, community-building and fundraising leadership roles. He is currently a consultant on the Patient Driven Design team at Medidata Solutions advising on bringing the patient voice to the clinical trial experience. Dave is a…
 
Katie McCurdy is a design consultant, autoimmune patient and founder of Pictal Health. After years of struggling to communicate about her own mysterious symptoms, Katie created a new way for people to tell their health stories visually, so they feel heard and understood as they work with their doctors to get the right diagnosis and treatment. She’s…
 
In this episode, we ask: Should the first human mission to Mars have an all-women crew? Cady and Andrew talk with science fiction writer Mary Robinette Kowal and professional Martian Tanya Harrison about who should go to Mars. Landing on the Moon was “one small step for man.” Should we think differently about the first humans to step foot on Mars? …
 
Dr. Kalra is an interventional cardiologist and medical director of clinical research for regional cardiovascular medicine at the Cleveland Clinic, section head of cardiovascular research at Cleveland Clinic Akron General, a university professor at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine (Associate Professor) and NEOMED (Adjunct Associate P…
 
Larry Chu, MD is a Professor of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine and Director of the Stanford Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) Lab. Dr. Chu is an NIH-funded clinical researcher and is Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X, the world's longest-running and most-discussed academic program on patient-centered emerging technolog…
 
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