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In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
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Stanford Pathfinders with Howard Wolf

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Stanford Pathfinders features engaging dialogue with some of Stanford’s most accomplished alumni. Hosted by Howard Wolf, vice president for alumni affairs at Stanford University and president of the Stanford Alumni Association, this podcast provides a special opportunity for Stanford stalwarts to share their insights and experiences as leaders in politics, entertainment, sports, technology and more.
 
The team at Stanford eCorner believes in the powerful combination of evidence and imagination. We share original stories from informed leaders in academia and industry that focus on innovation, startups, culture, and strategy. The goal: empower you to bring bold ideas to life. Stanford eCorner is led by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship center in Stanford University’s School of Engineering.
 
Stanford Medcast is an educational podcast ideal for the clinician on the go. Hot topics in medicine, healthcare, and education are discussed with world leading physicians and scientists. The podcast is produced by the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education.
 
The David B. Abernethy Emeriti/ae Lecture Series: Autobiographical Reflections features distinguished senior faculty members speaking about their lives, careers, and inspirations. Speakers reflect a wide range of teaching and research fields at Stanford, including the arts, humanities, social sciences, education, business, law, engineering, sciences, and medicine.
 
Law touches most aspects of life. Here to help make sense of it, is a podcast and radio show Stanford Legal. Co-hosted by Stanford Law professors Joe Bankman, a tax law expert (and, more recently, clinical psychologist), and Richard Thompson Ford, an expert on civil rights and antidiscrimination law, the show brings together attorneys, scholars, and experts in a range of fields from across Stanford and the country to discuss timely legal issues of the day. Please subscribe, rate, and review ...
 
Each month for the Talking Disney Podcast Rachel Wagner and Stanford Clark get together to talk about one of the Disney Canon Classic animated films. We let the random number generator do the work of picking the film to talk about and have a blast giving historical context, trivia and our thoughts on the film. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talkingdisneycanon/support
 
We’re Stanford students having a casual conversation about politics and the world: no agenda, no pretenses, no joke (just kidding-- plenty of them). Join our discussion, and hear from public figures and faculty experts who join us on the show. Hosted by Harrison Bronfeld, Avni Kakkar, Rip Livingston, Justin Portela, Noah Bartelt, and Francisco Nodarse.
 
Stanford Innovation Lab is brought to you by the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). This series is designed to give you a taste of the topics we explore in our classes on innovation and entrepreneurship. Our host is Stanford’s Tina Seelig, who teaches courses across the university that empower students to be more confident, creative and entrepreneurial in life.
 
The Hamid and Christina Moghadam Program in Iranian Studies fosters the interdisciplinary study of Iran as a civilization. Each academic year, the Program offers undergraduate courses related to Iran in such disciplines as language, literature, economics, and political science. It provides a wealth of events for scholars, students and the general public, which include conferences, symposia, forums, lectures and performances. Listen to one our podcasts or check out our youtube channel to disc ...
 
The Stanford Improv RadioHour (or SIRaH) is the shortest hour of improv radio that's never actually made it to radio! Hosted by Matt Herrero and Magellan Pfluke, this podcast brings together all sorts of improvisers on Stanford campus to hang out, play, and be sillier than a Saltine Salamander, which is the confirmed silliest animal in North America! If you want to get in contact, with songs you think we should play on the show, questions for the improvisers, a link to your favorite wikipedi ...
 
Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez, actors Ezra Miller and Michael Angarano, and Dr. Philip Zimbardo discuss The Stanford Prison Experiment. Based on the real-life research of Dr. Zimbardo (Billy Crudup)—the movie tells the story of the infamous 1971 psychology experiment that took place in a mock prison in the Stanford lab.
 
I’m a 1st generation college student who worked my way to Stanford Medical School. No matter how hopeless you feel, I can help you. I’m dedicated to making sure every premed has access to the best advice. I’m unconventional, but I’m effective. I hope to motivate, inspire and teach you all about med school admissions as well as giving you strategies for studying better, being more productive and ultimately getting into medical school. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more amazing content, ...
 
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The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E183 | How to develop ever better computer chipsThe pandemic accelerated society’s digital transformation by years, requiring more and better computer chips. A Stanford electrical engineer explains how to make that happen.Computer chips are everywhere: your cellphone, your car, even your refrigerator. And t…
 
Computer chips are everywhere: your cellphone, your car, even your refrigerator. And they’re essential to enabling advances in artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, and faster and better computers -- and to solving global challenges such as climate change. The omnipresence of this foundational technology has been growing for decades, but th…
 
John Felts is the co-founder and CEO of Cruz Foam, which produces bio-benign foam and eco-friendly alternative packaging solutions that power key industry leaders to be the catalyst for a cleaner environment. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Toby Corey, Felts shares how his engineering studies and career led him to launching a st…
 
Today friend of the podcast Richard Southworth joins us to share his Disney canon ranking Follow Richard on twitter https://twitter.com/RJ_Southworth Check out Richard's blog https://velociraptor256.wordpress.com/ Get your #animationjunkie shirt and holiday gear at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=858…
 
This episode is part of the Stanford Medicine Prostate Cancer CME Series: Treatment Across the Prostate Cancer Continuum. In this episode, Drs. Benjamin Chung, Ali Khaki, Sumit Shaw and Yushen Qian will discuss the complex treatment options for prostate cancer, as well as advances in diagnostic decision making. This episode will also include cased …
 
Dr. Casey Means, ’09, MD ’14, discusses her metabolic health company, Levels, and her mission to reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease. She explains how tech-enabled tools can empower individuals to create sustainable, smart, and custom lifestyle plans.על ידי Howard Wolf, Casey Means
 
In an unusual leak from the U.S. Supreme Court, a draft memo shows the Court has decided to overrule Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, which made abortion legal throughout the U.S. What does this mean for women seeking abortions in the U.S.? Are other rights, like same-sex marriage under threat? And what does this say about the p…
 
On April 20, with an introduction by Professor Emeritus David Abernethy, Professor Emeritus William Durham presented a lively Abernethy Autobiographical Reflections lecture to Emeriti/ae at the Stanford Faculty Club. Durham’s lecture highlighted three widely distinct aspects of evolution from the biological, to the cultural, to the personal. First,…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear preview the Kentucky Derby, telling you which horses to trash and breaking down the rest of the field, position-by-position. Later, the guys discuss the derby undercard races, the Kentucky Oaks, Bear’s week in Las Vegas for the NFL Draft, Chris Angel’s lockbox, NHL and NBA playoffs, and the Jets. Learn more about your ad…
 
Search online and you’ll find lists of all the skills entrepreneurs should have - among them are imagination, creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship. But are entrepreneurs born with these relevant skills, or can they be taught? In this episode of Stanford Engineering’s The Future of Everything, Tina Seelig, professor of the practice in the Depart…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E182 | Training the next generation of entrepreneursAre entrepreneurs born or made? A Stanford professor explains how understanding and practicing a set of skills can make entrepreneurs of us all.Search online and you’ll find lists of all the skills entrepreneurs should have - among them are imagination, cr…
 
Guest Anne Charity Hudley, professor of education at Stanford, discusses how language interacts with learning, and specifically explores with our hosts the experiences of Black students in college.Originally aired on SiriusXM on May 21, 2022.על ידי Stanford Radio
 
Kristen Fortney is the co-founder and CEO of BioAge Labs, a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing a pipeline of treatments to extend healthy lifespan by targeting the molecular causes of aging. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Toby Corey, Fortney discusses strategies for reducing risk along the path to developing world-…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E180 | The physics of gel-like substancesThe vast majority of substances are neither liquid, solid, nor gas – but an alternative form that shares characteristics of liquids and gases. Among them are gels, glasses, and colloidal suspensions, and they’re an essential part of everyday products like toothpaste,…
 
The consequences of climate change have already been devastating: wildfires, drought, coastal flooding, and increased temperatures, among them. And there are massive economic, societal, and geopolitical and security costs as well. It's no wonder that many people may feel the situation at this point is hopeless. But in this episode of the Future of …
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E181 | How to Fight Climate ChangeAn environmental scientist explains why taking on climate change will require that we continue to reduce emissions and adapt to the effects of increasing temperatures. The consequences of climate change have already been devastating: wildfires, drought, coastal flooding, an…
 
Full title: Casey Means, MD & Stanford alum, co-founder at metabolic health firm Levels, on her mission to reverse preventable chronic disease.Description: Dr. Casey Means on using tech-enabled tools to empower individuals with smart, personalized, sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices.Originally aired on SiriusXM on May 14, 2022.…
 
Alfred Lin is a partner at Sequoia Capital, where he focuses on consumer and enterprise investments and co-leads Sequoia’s early-stage investment business in the United States and Europe. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Lin offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and early-stage founders who want to identify worthw…
 
In an unusual leak from the U.S. Supreme Court, a draft memo shows the Court has decided to overrule Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, which made abortion legal throughout the U.S. What does this mean for women seeking abortions in the U.S.? Are other rights, like same-sex marriage under threat? And what does this say about the p…
 
Since Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, hundreds of the world’s leading companies, from investment banks to consumer goods, have shuttered their Russian operations. But Law firms have been slower to respond. Join us for a discussion with business law expert Robert Daines who has been leading an effort to expose leading American and British law …
 
Since Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, hundreds of the world’s leading companies, from investment banks to consumer goods, have shuttered their Russian operations. But Law firms have been slower to respond. Join us for a discussion with business law expert Robert Daines who has been leading an effort to expose leading American and British law …
 
The vast majority of substances are neither liquid, solid, nor gas – but an alternative form that shares characteristics of liquids and gases. Among them are gels, glasses, and colloidal suspensions, and they’re an essential part of everyday products like toothpaste, paint, hair products, and even windows. Stanford chemical engineer Roseanna Zia is…
 
Jorge Rios is the founder and CEO of Bridgefy. Bridgefy’s technology helps millions of people around the world use mobile apps without an internet connection, through Bluetooth-based mesh networks for mobile. In this conversation with Stanford adjunct lecturer Ravi Belani, Rios shares how his company’s success is rooted in a distinctly internationa…
 
Today critic and podcaster Cameron Ward joins us to talk about his Disney Canon ranking Follow Cameron on twitter https://twitter.com/camseyeview Check out Cameron's podcasts at https://www.renegadepopculture.com/ Get your #animationjunkie shirt and holiday gear at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=858…
 
This Hot Topics Mini-Series episode includes a discussion with Dr. Lawrence Steinman, professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences, Pediatrics, and Genetics at Stanford Medical School. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. In people with MS, the body’s immune system attacks the insulating laye…
 
On Time's "30 Under 30" list of world change-makers, Shiza Shahid, entrepreneur & Stanford alum on impacting girls' lives through technology and education.Shiza Shahid talks investing in mission-driven technology, & high-growth business models to empower girls and women in the global economy.על ידי Stanford Radio
 
Highly accomplished Renaissance woman Shiza Shahid, ’11, discusses co-founding Malala Fund, creating and funding mission-driven start-ups, her childhood in Pakistan, and everything that’s led to a life of world-changing work. In addition to being the mind behind enterprises such as NOW Ventures and Our Place, Shahid has appeared on 30 Under 30 list…
 
Patrick Schmitt and Jenny Xia Spradling are the co-founders and co-CEOs of FreeWill, a social venture that has helped charitable organizations generate more than $5 billion in new planned gifts, stock gifts, and qualified charitable distributions. In this conversation with lecturer Toby Corey, Schmitt and Spradling discuss how they’ve built values …
 
Join co-hosts Joe Bankman and Rich Ford for a discussion with Professors Paul Brest and Colleen Honigsberg, co-authors of the Measuring Corporate Virtue and Vice: Making ESG Metrics Trustworthy (book chapter of the recently published Frontiers in Social Innovation.Shareholders and investors alike are pressuring companies to improve their environmen…
 
Join co-hosts Joe Bankman and Rich Ford for a discussion with founding director of Stanford’s Environmental Law Clinic Debbie Sivas and 3L students Chris Meyer and SidniFrederick about critical environmental cases—and why they matter.Stanford’s Environmental Law Clinic issues come in all sizes and shapes, from arguing successfully before the Ninth …
 
Jonas Miller, a researcher at the Stanford Neurodevelopment, Affect, and Psychopathology Laboratory, discusses the importance of giving young children opportunities for high quality learning.Originally aired on SiriusXM on April 23, 2022.על ידי Stanford Radio
 
Shareholders and investors alike are pressuring companies to improve their environmental, social, and governance performance. And an increasing number of funds are designated as ESG. But how do we measure—and verify—ESG? Who performs the audits and do the ratings matter? Join co-hosts Joe Bankman and Rich Ford for a discussion with Professors Paul …
 
Stanford’s Environmental Law Clinic issues come in all sizes and shapes, from arguing successfully before the Ninth Circuit on their Endangered Species Act/NEPA case against the Forest Service, which implicated forest management issues in the face of drought and wildfire, to going before the Eastern District of California in a wildlife trafficking …
 
Irma Olguin, Jr. is the CEO and co-founder of Bitwise Industries, a startup founded in Fresno, California that aims to create diverse tech workforces that can reinvigorate underestimated cities across the United States. Morgan Simon is a founding partner of Candide Group, which works with families, foundations, athletes, and cultural influencers wh…
 
Today’s episode is focused on Nutrition Science. We are speaking with Dr. Christopher D. Gardner, who is the Rehnborg Farquhar Professor of Medicine at Stanford University, and the Director of Nutrition Studies at the Stanford Prevention Research Center. Dr. Gardner has recently shifted much of his energies to a second and more challenging question…
 
Conducting a surgery is one of the most complex tasks an individual can do — but how do you recognize the difference between the highly skilled surgeons performing at the top of their game and those still honing their techniques? With the help of wearable sensors, motion tracking and video, physicians can now watch surgeons in action, quantify thei…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E178 | What makes a surgeon great?A professor of surgery discusses what we can learn by using sensors and video to examine and quantify every moment of a surgery.Conducting a surgery is one of the most complex tasks an individual can do — but how do you recognize the difference between the highly skilled su…
 
Ranjay Gulati is the Paul R. Lawrence MBA Class of 1942 Professor of Business Administration and the former unit head of the Organizational Behavior Unit at Harvard Business School. He is an expert on leadership in turbulent times, and his latest book, Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies (Harper Collins, February 2022), s…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E179 | How social media can help gauge societal healthHundreds of millions of people use social media in the U.S. A computational social scientist explains how to harness the technology to measure mental and physical well-being.Are U.S. adults happy? Sad? Depressed? One can answer these questions by calling…
 
Are U.S. adults happy? Sad? Depressed? One can answer these questions by calling thousands of people and surveying their psychological state, a strategy that’s both costly and time-consuming. But with the help of machine learning and artificial intelligence, you can also measure a population’s well-being by turning to social media platforms and tra…
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss Kansas winning the national championship, Steve’s trip to New Orleans, hitting the Kansas post-championship party, how David McCormack didn’t win tournament MOP and why Jayhawk fans are some of the most likable in sports. Then, they turn their attention to the Masters and give you their best plays for the weekend…
 
Today blogger and animation twitterer Animated Antic joins us to talk about his Disney Canon ranking Follow Antic on his blog https://www.animatedantic.com/ follow Antic on twitter https://twitter.com/Animated_Antic Get your #animationjunkie shirt and holiday gear at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=8…
 
In this episode, Dr. Sherry Wren focuses on humanitarian aid in low to middle resource countries. Dr. Wren is very involved in humanitarian surgery and global surgery. She works and manages educational partnerships in Sub-Saharan Africa and is a faculty fellow of the Stanford Center for Innovation and Global Health. Dr. Wren became interested in hu…
 
Start an email with “I hope” and before you can type the next word, the program will suggest you complete it with “all is well.” You may not have realized it, but this is AI-generated text. In the past several years, this technology has advanced beyond completing sentences in emails: It can now respond to others’ emails, and write essays, hip-hop s…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E177 | What happens when computers can write like humansAn increasing amount of written communication is being created by artificial intelligence. A professor of communication discusses the implications.Start an email with “I hope” and before you can type the next word, the program will suggest you complete…
 
Co-founder and CEO Peter Colis, MBA ’16, discusses the purpose of his company, Ethos Life. Believing that applying for life insurance should be a straightforward and accessible process, Colis and his partner have designed a system that allows families to acquire simple, ethical coverage.על ידי howard wolf, sirius xm, stanford alumni association, stanford university, stanford radio, peter colis
 
Stanford Steve and The Bear discuss Bear’s thoughts on Miami’s run in the NCAA Tournament coming to an end, which team that lost to St. Peter’s feels the worst, Steve’s confidence in Villanova, Final Four player props, Duke’s zone defense, Brady Manek’s quick release and their tickets that are still in play. Then, the guys get into early thoughts o…
 
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