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Jan 11, 2023

What is Human Activity Recognition and why is it so important for Parkinson’s research? What is the relationship between freezing of gait or FOG and brain circuitry? And how are edge computing, wearables, AI, and self-reporting helping researchers in the fight against Parkinson’s? We’ll be exploring those...


Dec 7, 2022

What was it like to keep research work going during the worst of the pandemic? And how close are we to a vaccine that works against all current and future coronavirus variants? We will discuss that plus biochemistry, biosystems, and in silico design in this episode with Dr. Imre Berger. Dr. Berger is a professor of...


Nov 9, 2022

How are humanist researchers approaching the gathering and accessibility of vast amounts of data? And are researchers in the humanities going a little too far in relying on automation? We’ll tackle those questions – plus explore the historic and remarkable digitization of the Slave Voyages project – with Dr. John...


Nov 9, 2022

A vital medical imaging technique is getting a major reconstruction, thanks to researchers at the University of Texas at Austin. Assistant Professor Jon Tamir and his team at the University of Texas at Austin are developing fast, robust, and standardized MRI reconstruction methods for faster and cheaper diagnosis and...


Nov 8, 2022

What happens when data science meets cell biology? One researcher at the University of Bristol is finding out. Ioana Gherman, PhD student at the University of Bristol, is applying mathematical modeling and machine learning to create and analyze whole-cell models – learn how in this mini episode. This is our Oracle for...