Technologie – Philippinen – Empfohlene Podcasts

  • DevCast is the official podcast of Developer Student Clubs Loyola that features the stories of student leaders and professionals in the Google community. It discusses their successes, challenges, and valuable insights in their journey towards pursuing their passions in the field of technology.

  • The Tech Transfer IP Forum is devoted to providing in-depth analysis of intellectual property issues related to university and non-profit technology transfer. The forum will focus on life sciences, including biotechnology, chemical, medical device, pharmaceutical, and agricultural-related inventions, and will deliver updates on current domestic and international patent law relevant to technology transfer through blog posts, webinars and podcasts.

  • Cryptocurrency, blockchain, entrepreneurship, and tech startup insights and news podcast for Filipinos hosted by Rico Zuñiga and Ismael Jerusalem.

  • In Conversation With… is an interview series where Bullpen's founder, Clint Vojdinoski, navigates through the startup and emerging tech ecosystems, with a keen eye on the sports, fitness and gaming company ecosystems, by talking to the people who are building companies and developing fascinating technologies.

    The mantra running through the series is simple: "You should know about them." You should know about these companies, these startups, these founders.

  • In our everyday lives we take a lot of the things that professional engineers and surveyors do for granted. Professional engineers and surveyors are constantly working to help protect the safety and welfare of the public. In this podcast series, NCEES highlights the work of licensed professionals within the engineer and surveying fields. The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing professional licensure for engineers and surveyors. Since its founding in 1920, NCEES has focused on providing services to advance licensure and facilitate mobility.

  • **2020 Finalist for Rose d'Or Audio Entertainment award**


    Peter Scott-Morgan intends to defy his fatal diagnosis and live on as a cyborg.


    Peter is extraordinary. A robotics scientist, an acclaimed business process expert and an accomplished author. Peter and his partner, Francis, were also the first same-sex couple to be legally married in the UK.


    In 2017, Peter discovered he had a Motor Neurone Disease (MND). From the very start, he saw this terminal diagnosis as an opportunity to put his fascination with robotics and science fiction into practice and become the world's first human cyborg. 


    This three-part podcast documents Peter's curious journey, which could have profound implications for many people who suffer from conditions like MND. It opens up that big question: What does it mean to be human if you can continuously improve your 'quality of life'? 


    Peter has a looming problem. "It's like trying to build a lifeboat after the ship has already started sinking." The increasingly debilitating effects of his diagnosis are closing in on his ambition. He encounters restrictive attitudes towards his new disability and the challenge of recruiting some of the world's greatest minds, including IBM and Microsoft, to engage with his very personal problem. "We have to pull a number of rabbits out of a hat." 


    What keeps Peter going is surprising. Living as a gay man, for forty years, has prepared him for this pioneering mission, despite the scepticism and prejudice he will encounter. "What makes you a man is what's up here" Peter remarks as he raises a feeble hand to head height.


    Peter 2.0 was created by sifting through over 100 hours of footage from a Channel 4 documentary, Peter The Human Guinea. The podcast reached the Top Ten in Apple Podcast's Science list, selected for the coveted New and Noteworthy recommendation and shortlisted for a Rose d'Or.


    In the first three episodes, we'll explain Peter's journey to his ground-breaking transformation. The rest of the season follows Peter adapting to his new life as a cyborg.


    For more information on Peter's progress visit https://www.scottmorganfoundation.org/

     

    written and presented by Chris Durlacher

    production team: Agata Mastalerz and Helen McAuly Stewart

    music composer: Sandy Nuttgens

    producer: Bernard P Achampong

    assistant producer: Rhys Gunter

    executive producer: Pat Younge


    An Unedited production for Cardiff Productions. The podcast was made possible with funding from the Wellcome.


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  • What's it like to run a YouTube channel for over 13 years? What's it like to create new videos on a weekly basis? What's the story behind each video? No Cameras Allowed is the autobiographical behind-the-scenes journey of one of the longest running tech YouTube channels of all time: Computer Clan.

    Join Ken (and his alter ego, Krazy Ken) as they dive in to the rarely told stories behind the Computer Clan's epic creations—and the not-so-epic ones.

  • Capturing the exciting world of engineering, one topic at a time! We talk about hot tech, upcoming industries and crazy science, breaking it down for curious learners, science lovers and tech nerds alikeHosts: Jarar Bangash, Mohammed Ali, Adedolapo Adewumi, Omer Lodhi Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everything-engineering/support

  • We are a group of highly-motivated kids from all over the world facing more than one barrier. Cost, experience, time-zones, expectations - these are all barriers that will be broken.

    The sound barrier is just the destination. This is the journey.

    With over 140 students representing 65 universities in 15 countries on 5 continents, Project Boom was created with the goal of being the first student group to reach speeds in excess of Mach 1 with a jet-powered remote-controlled aircraft.

    The Project Boom team will perform all initial flight tests of their high-speed vehicle sometime next year. The purpose of these flights is purely for research and will represent a first in aircraft manufacturing.

    Project Boom's industry advisors include Lucien Junkin, NASA Space Exploration Vehicle Chief Engineer, Craig Damlo, Senior System Engineer at Blue Origin, Aldo Martinez, Multidicipline Engineer at Boeing, and Bryce Fong, Aeronautical Engineer at Lockheed Martin. Project Boom's industry partners include Solidworks and Siemens.

  • Smooth and robust, without the bitter aftertaste: podcast episodes every Wednesday, articles 5 days a week, and more. Choose your brew: https://thecryptodrip.com/join

  • Hacks to everyday people’s problems with techniques, productivity tools, books and applications.

  • A podcast about Philippine tech, digital products, businesses, and digital life. [Filipino-English]

  • Make smarter business decisions by listening to industry leaders as they share their million-dollar ideas, useful resources, out-of-the-box techniques and strategies to help you start and grow your business.

  • This series of episodes aims to discuss and guide about Cisco Certifications.

  • ilovelumix.fr vous propose régulièrement des tutoriaux au format podcast vidéo. Ces tutoriaux offrent des conseils techniques et pratiques pour tirer le meilleur de votre appareil photo numérique.

  • A pure 90's kid view on Finance, politics, fiction, media etc

  • Phenomenal Guruji FM is a Largest Online Internet Radio Station where You Can Listen Technology & Education Latest Updates. You Can Access it Across the World.Subscribe, Like, Share, Follow and Keep Listening.For Business Inquiries - fm@phenomenalguruji.com

  • In-depth interviews with indie game developers creating titles with the Rust programming language. We cover technical topics as well as the business of open source and commercial indie games development.