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Lexicon by Interesting Engineering

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Explore the future of innovation with 'Lexicon by Interesting Engineering' – a captivating podcast that dives into the heart of groundbreaking advancements. Join us for engaging conversations with leading experts in engineering and technology. Each episode of Lexicon unravels the stories of inspiration, the mechanics of breakthroughs, and peeks into what the future holds. Discover the fascinating journey of how today's ideas are shaping tomorrow's world. https://interestingengineering.com/ne ...
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Join us as we talk to the Directors and Assistant Directors before the release of their editions. Find out why they chose the theme and what articles to look out for! Lexicon is an online medical magazine which releases editions on a quarterly basis. Go to www.lexiconin.com for more information and to read our editions and blogs.
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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Felix Flicker, senior lecturer at the School of Physics, Bristol University. We delve into how his team's work using Knight's tour can lead to groundbreaking research on quasicrystals and their potential applications for catalysts, atomic adsorption, and beyond. Subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the bes…
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A cyclone came through and blew off most of English’s clothes, says John, in Part II of his discussion of Indo-European. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit lexiconvalley.substack.com/subscribeΑπό τον John McWhorter
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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Kenneth O., a professor at the University of Texas at Dallas and the director of the Texas Analog Center of Excellence, and Dr. Wooyeol Choi, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Seoul National University. We discuss their groundbreaking work on a terahertz imaging …
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In this episode, we sit with Dr. Lucia Hackermueller and postdoctoral researcher Nathan Cooper from Nottingham University. We explore how Dr. Hackermueller, Nathan, and their team are working on an innovative way to trap and detect dark matter once and for all. Subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclusive scoops in engineering.…
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In this episode, we sit down with Fady Boctor, President and Chief Commercial Officer at Petros Pharmaceuticals. We explore the rise of male contraceptives and Petro Pharmaceuticals' crusade to transition from prescription to over-the-counter medication. Subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclusive scoops in engineering.…
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In this episode, we sit down with Curt Newport, a pioneering expert in remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) with over 4000 hours of piloting experience across the world's oceans. Throughout his fascinating career, Curt has been involved in underwater salvage operations on some of the most famous wrecks, including Air India Flight 182, the Space Shuttl…
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There are at least five defining features among hundreds of related languages from English to Hindi to Russian. And what does any of that have to do with the Hittites? John explains. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit lexiconvalley.substack.com/subscribe…
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The Hittite Sacred Water Temple, in what is now Konya, Turkey, consists of a large pool built on a natural water source and god and goddess figures made in relief technique on rectangular shaped rocks. There are at least five defining features among hundreds of related languages from English to Hindi to Russian. And what does any of that have to do…
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In this episode, we ask professional career coach Jeff Perry for advice on the best ways to “build a better you.” We'll explore how to find your "genius zone" and how changing your mindset can help you land the job you never thought you wanted. Subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclusive scoops in engineering.…
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Interesting Engineering interviews Ed Watal, founder of Intellibus, an AI and big data software firm. The discussion centers on the impact of AI on quality of life and the ethical challenges it presents. Ed Tull shares his journey into AI, highlighting his work with BigParser, an ethical AI platform. He also discusses his ventures, including collab…
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In this episode, we explore how California Nanotechnologies is changing the world of material science with its combination of cryogenic milling and Spark Plasma Sintering. This unique combination enhances the properties of materials, making them stronger and more durable for high-performance applications in aerospace, renewable energy, and defense.…
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In this episode, we explore how Monumo is setting itself up to revolutionize the electrical motor with its Anser engineering design tool and how it will build the future of large engineering models. Subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclusive scoops in engineering.Από τον Interesting Engineering
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Is AI facing a potential energy crisis and is nuclear energy the answer? We speak with Jay Jiang Yu, founder and executive chairman and James Walker, CEO and head of reactor development at NANO Nuclear Energy, to discuss how the future of AI could be driven by micro-nuclear reactors . And subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclu…
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Keenan Wyrobek is the co-founder & CTO of Zipline. The company is on a mission to build the world’s first autonomous-drone logistics system that serves all people equally. Wyrobek shares the transformative journey of creating a drone logistics system whose focus is delivering life saving medicine to the most difficult to reach places on Earth. Zipl…
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The simple verb to go quickly gets complex in just about any language and English is no exception. John explains. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit lexiconvalley.substack.com/subscribeΑπό τον John McWhorter
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Discover Unistellar's smart telescopes, designed by Laurent Marfisi to revolutionize amateur astronomy with advanced image processing and ease of use. And subscribe to our Blueprint Newsletter for the best and exclusive scoops in engineering.Από τον Interesting Engineering
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Dermot McKeever, CEO of Power for Planet, discusses innovative waste-to-energy technologies that transform non-recycled waste into green energy. Power for Planet's mission focuses on enabling businesses and communities to become energy independent while significantly reducing environmental footprints through local, sustainable energy solutions. For…
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John Bucknell and Dr. Edward Tate of Virtus Solis explores how their company is transforming energy access with space-based solar power, providing continuous, efficient, and global energy solutions that promise a sustainable future. To get the best of engineering in your inbox daily subscribe to your favorite newsletters: https://interestingenginee…
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We take Wi-Fi for granted but join us as Dr. Taj Manku shares the science and his expert insights on the technology and how motion sensing are reshaping connectivity, security, and IoT, highlighting the blend of AI and RF technology for innovative applications. Be sure to subscribe to our mechanical newsletter to get all the latest in the technolog…
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Gili Ovadia discusses BionicHIVE's innovative approach to warehouse automation with their Squid robots. These autonomous machines combine human intelligence with robotic efficiency to optimize supply chains. Equipped with advanced AI and adaptable to any environment, Squid robots improve productivity and storage capacity, representing a significant…
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Emmanuel Chaligné, COO of Vivoka, joins our conversation on the transformative power of voice AI technology, aiming to revolutionize human-machine interaction. From empowering frontline workers with hands-free efficiency to enhancing consumer electronics with voice commands, Vivoka's mission is to make voice interaction universal and offline as a r…
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Dive into how NASA's GPM mission is pivotal in forecasting landslides, optimizing agricultural irrigation, and predicting disease outbreaks through comprehensive global precipitation data, showcasing the mission's wide-ranging impact on environmental monitoring and disaster mitigation.Από τον Interesting Engineering
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Moran Bercovici discusses his journey from microfluidics to space technology, elaborating on creating lenses in microgravity and developing self-sufficient space missions. His work ranges from producing eyeglasses in developing countries to envisioning large space telescopes using fluidic shaping, demonstrating the vast potential of fluid mechanics…
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Discover how Richard Browning's Gravity Industries is redefining human flight with their groundbreaking jet suits. From its inception to global demonstrations and the future of aerial mobility, explore how these thousand-horsepower jet suits are not just the stuff of science fiction but a reality that's pushing the boundaries of human potential and…
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Join us as Nick from Atmosic Technologies dives into the innovative world of ultra-low power chips and their pivotal role in the IoT landscape. Discover how energy harvesting is setting a new standard for device sustainability and convenience, paving the way for a future where technology harmonizes with environmental goals.…
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In this episode, we sit down with Gianluca, an expert in telecommunications and a passionate advocate for using satellite technology to enhance global connectivity. Gianluca shares his journey from a curious child in Italy to becoming a pivotal figure in connecting remote and underserved areas through satellite technology. We talk about the challen…
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Astrophysicist Erika Nesvold discusses her passion for space, the significance of circumstellar discs, and the role of simulations in understanding our universe. She also delves into space ethics, addressing the complexities of space exploration, resource utilization, and the ethical considerations of human activities beyond Earth.…
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Dive into the enchanting world of themed entertainment in this podcast episode, featuring industry experts Ryan Harmon and Joe Lanzisero. Explore how engineering and technology merge to create immersive experiences in theme parks and beyond. From the evolution of themed dining to the latest in VR and drone technology, this episode offers an in-dept…
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Dan Neenheiser from Stellar3 discusses their pioneering work in transforming landfill waste into low-carbon fuels and electricity. We delve into the technicalities of their Thermal Chemical Conversion technology, its contribution to the circular economy, and how it addresses climate change. Dan also shares insights into the challenges and misconcep…
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