research podcasts

Why the iPad is the Best Tablet for Litigators

In this episode of The Digital Edge, Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway interview The Kennedy-Mighell Report host Tom...

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24th Edition: Find Info Like a Pro: Investigative Research on the Internet

Jim and Sharon welcome Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch to discuss their book (to be published later this year) "Find...

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Guest Paranormal Investigator Herb Street

This Tuesday at our normal time of 10pm EST I welcome Paranormal Investigator/Researcher/Instructor Herb Street. He...

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Crop Circle Expert Jeff Wilson

Jeffrey Wilson, M.Sc.,Director and co-founder of the Independent Crop Circle Researchers'Association (ICCRA)has been...

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How Dining Decisions Are Made

Understanding the process of how customers make their dining decisions can help you focus your marketing and...

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Successful Concept Development

Anywhere from 50-90% of new products and concepts fail, so your chances of failure are generally greater than your...

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Dr. Gerald Pollack: The Fourth Phase of Water

Humans are more than 60% water and it covers 70% of the Earth, but what do we really know about this ubiquitous...

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Evidence-based strategies for promoting physical activity

Today, the US Department of Health and Human services hosted a webinar regarding the implementation of the 2008...

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Podcast 133: Laughing at Wall Street

Today on the Consumerism Commentary Podcast, Bryan talks to Chris Camillo, author of Laughing at Wall Street: How I...

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Byron Hawk on the Shape of Composition to Come

This Rhetoricity episode takes a return trip to the 2016 Modern Language Association Convention in Austin, Texas. At...

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Sex Gets Real 123: Emily Nagoski on pleasure, desire, & werewolves

In the DC area? Sign up for my workshops at Secret Pleasures Boutique by popping over to their workshop page. The...

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Sex Gets Real 124: Dylan is back this week!

In the DC area? Sign up for my workshops at Secret Pleasures Boutique by popping over to their workshop page.  What...

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The Source Awakens: An Interview with Derek Mueller

Rhetoricity returns, coming to you from its new home base: Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro,...

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Why the world of coach education is "full of bulls**t" - Richard Bailey

Dr Richard Bailey is one of the most widely respected researchers and academics in the world of sport. He currently...

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Dr. Allison Kurian (Stanford), on the intersection of big data and clinical care.

For our sixth episode of Positive Perspectives, we sit down with Stanford's Dr. Allison Kurian to discuss the...

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Lauren Ryan, MS, LCGC. from Color, on the genetics of hereditary cancer

Our second guest is Lauren Ryan, a licensed genetic counselor at Color. Color is a health technology company based...

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Evan Goldberg on launching the BRCA Foundation

For our first Positive Perspective, we’ll hear from Netsuite founder Evan Goldberg, who’s not only co-founder of the...

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Alejandra Campoverdi, on advocacy, politics, and women's health.

Alejandra Campoverdi is BRCA positive and after losing both a grandmother and great grandmother to breast cancer, she...

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Episode 19, Eilidh Macrae- Author of "Exercise in the Female Life Cycle in Britain 1930-1970

In this episode, the first of 2018, I Blether with Eilidh Macrae- University West of Scotland lecturer about her...

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Episode 19, Eilidh Macrae- Author of "Exercise in the Female Life Cycle in Britain 1930-1970

In this episode, the first of 2018, I Blether with Eilidh Macrae- University West of Scotland lecturer about her...

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