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The Nano segment of craft brewing is growing fast with the majority of new breweries opening up falling into this small-scale, hyper-local segment working on brewing systems five barrels or under. Each month on this podcast learn the business, marketing, and brewing strategies targeted for this smaller-scale sized brewery needs. From strategies to maximizing taproom sales to forecasting brewery budgets to brewing great beer in small spaces, you'll learn from craft beer experts and fellow Nan ...
 
Welcome to our Solutions for NanoAnalysis podcast brought to you by Bruker Nano Analytics. We look forward to bringing you a new podcast regularly. Every session we will focus on a different problem that our colleagues face in the lab and in the field. Some of the solutions will be a variation of ideas you may have heard before or even worked with. We will bring you these topics in a new and interesting way and introduce you to updated and thought-provoking results. We will talk about how th ...
 
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Sustainable Nano

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Sustainable Nano

Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, Elfy Chiang

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Curious about nanotechnology, sustainability, and life in science? The Sustainable Nano podcast is produced by the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, a chemistry research center funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation.
 
Auf dem Gebiet der Nanotechnologien hat sich die Empa als führendes Schweizer Forschungsinstitut etabliert. Sie entwickelt innovative Lösungen für nachhaltige Energietechnologien und erarbeitet neue Materialien und Konzepte für die Mikro- und Nanoelektronik. Ausserdem untersucht die Empa die Risiken, die diese Schlüsseltechnologie für Mensch und Umwelt bergen kann.
 
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Café com Nano

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Café com Nano

Café com Nano

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O Café com nano é o local onde você encontra notícias e conhecimento sobre Nanotecnologia, Ciência em geral e Empreendedorismo científico. Sente-se à nossa mesa, escolha seu pedido e saboreie! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cafecomnano/support
 
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NANOGrav Podcast

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NANOGrav Podcast

Ryan S. Lynch

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NANOGrav is a collaboration of observational and theoretical astrophysicists from more than a dozen universities, colleges, and observatories. We include faculty, scientific staff, postdoctoral scholars, graduate students, and undergraduate students, and high school students. We seek to measure gravitational waves--ripples in space-time--by detecting their effect on radio wave signals traveling from pulsars--rapidly rotating neutron stars--to the Earth. Our measurements are most sensitive to ...
 
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Nanovation

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Nanovation

Michael Filler

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Nanotechnology is a more precise way of doing everything — making things, assembling things, measuring things, sorting things, etc. From construction and energy to health and information technology, few industries will be immune to its influence. The Nanovation podcast is a forum to address the big questions, challenges, and opportunities of nanotechnology. Topics lie at the intersection of nanoscience, manufacturing, technology, business, and society. The podcast is conversational in format ...
 
Juditova from the blog techZorro.com shares his curiosity and experience in electronics, networking and programming so you can learn and share into your hobbies and projects. Get excited about how you can figure out about topics and ideas that sparks your creativity in your area of interest. Since 2020, Juditova has been writing about his passion (and profession) about technology for producers, engineers, makers, hobbyists, crafters and many more enthusiasts. Many of these topics were learne ...
 
Stichting NANOEK, opgericht in juni 2020 met Anouk Beugels als initiator en artistiek leider, richt zich op het ontwikkelen van nieuwe eigentijdse en relevante musicals. Het doel is meer ruimte creëren voor experiment binnen dit genre en hierbij jonge componisten en schrijvers te betrekken en ondersteunen. In deze podcasts hoor je in alle transparantie van alles over onze voorstellingen door Making of's, interviews en een aantal voorstellingen komen zelfs deels of in z’n geheel op dit kanaal ...
 
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The Prisoner of NaNoWriMo

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The Prisoner of NaNoWriMo

Craig Robertson on Podiobooks.com

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Piers Langland is a mild mannered paint salesman with one burning passion. He aspires to be a famous author. Each November he looks forward to entering The National Novel Writer Month competition. To be a winner in NaNoWriMo he must write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, a tall order for any writer. Turns out, it is an especially tall order for our hero. Join Piers as he struggles to choose a topic for his novel before he can begin his epic task. Vampires or space opera, romance or pulp ficti ...
 
How To Win NaNo is a no-nonsense guide to writing a novel in 30 days. November ticks closer every day, but don't worry — your hosts are here for you! Kristina Horner and Liz Leo are NaNoWriMo experts (and lifelong writing friends) with a passion for helping people tackle National Novel Writing Month. Join them each week as they share their personal tips, tricks and other things they've learned over a decade of consecutive NaNoWriMo wins.
 
T5. Quantum states of the field. Wigner density. Coherent states. Squeezed states. Squeezing operator. Quantum state tomography as a tool to measure the Wigner density. Foundations of Quantum Mechanics: Lecture 14 4.6.2013 3.5 Some foundational aspects of measurements: (A) Leggett-Garg inequalities, (B) Kochen-Specker theorem, (C) The "reality" of the wave function; 4. Decoherence; 4.1 Basic examples (Decoherence of a spin)
 
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On this episode of the BYO Nano Podcast we’re talking about best practices and advice for someone who wants to take over a small, existing brewery. The idea came from a listener who wrote: “I'm someone who is overwhelmed by the non-beer aspects of starting a taproom from scratch - legal, regulatory, architectural design and layout, branding, market…
 
Join us as we speak to Jack Mershon, Applications Specialist for Tescan USA Inc., about SEM advancements and the TESCAN Essence™ 3D Collision Model. YouTube: Bruker Detectors https://youtu.be/4iHCLUG7RGw Website: Bruker Detectors https://www.bruker.com/en/products-and-solutions/elemental-analyzers/eds-wds-ebsd-SEM-Micro-XRF.html Essence™ 3D Collisi…
 
It has been a non-stop grind these last few years and the tough news and situations continue to pile up. Small breweries dealing with the rising cost of ingredients, supplies, and equipment and looking for relief. That leads to tough decisions like the question of what can be passed on to the consumer. There are practical steps you can take to stay…
 
Join us as we speak to Armin Gross, Senior Product Manager TXRF at Bruker Nano Analytics, about TXRF technology and environmental testing. YouTube: TXRF videos on Facebook https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF_GRo7UL0J0gGlMkAKf3scA24sbmdK9R Website: https://www.bruker.com/en/products-and-solutions/elemental-analyzers/txrf-spectrometers.html Details…
 
This is a round table episode that explores the growth, benefits, and flavors of craft malt. John Holl is joined by two craft maltsters - Hillary Barile of Rabbit Hill Farm and Brendan Carroll of CNC Malt - and two nano brewers - Sam Fee of Monday's Brewing and Adam Juncosa of Odd Bird Brewing - to talk about what is new with grain, educational eff…
 
Join us as we speak to Steve Whittaker, Research Services Program Manager for the Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County, Washington, and Katie Fellows, Project Manager on the Research Services team for King County's Hazardous Waste Management Program, about using the Bruker S1 TITAN XRF to screen for lead in the aluminum cookpots of Afg…
 
#008 - AC induction motors can be transformed into a highly controllable machine. With this electronic device, called Variable Frequency Drive (VFD, for short), a motor can have an ideal and directly proportional power-speed ratio while mantaining the torque constant in nominal conditions. In some small models, the input is a monophase connection (…
 
This episode is about sustainability and how DTU Nanolab are trying to be more sustainable. But is that even possible? Later you gonna hear how Andrea Crovetto is researching for a new method that will make the development of previously unknown materials for solar cells, both faster and more efficient. Starring: Andrea Crovetto, researcher at DTU N…
 
In proof that some of the most interesting things in American craft beer are happening on the small scale, we’ll start off this month with a brewery profile on Kulturhaus, a 5-barrel brewhouse in Pismo Beach where they are not only making beers, but fermenting pickles, sauerkraut, and vegetables to extoll the virtues of microbes. The founders Jenni…
 
Join us as we speak to Dr. Lee Drake, a former Bruker employee who has taken his XRF know-how to artificial intelligence and beyond, helping with refugee displacements being integrated into new homes and helping save the world. YouTube: TRACER 5g introduction https://youtu.be/0T8HaVan0XU Website: TRACER 5g https://www.bruker.com/en/products-and-sol…
 
#007 - Which protocols are used in internet? In order to make computers to communicate, we can not just plug some network cables between them and expect them to be recognized and work right away. Just as humans, computers need a group to rules and procedures on how to communicate, called “Protocols”. This episode explains about the Internet Protoco…
 
#006 - Is it possible to recycle some energy already given to a motor? This episode is related to this hidden feature of electric motors called dynamic braking, or more specifically, regenerative braking. Link to the blog: https://www.techzorro.com/en/blog/regenerative-braking-the-interesting-feature-in-electric-motors/ --------- Visit us to learn …
 
#005 - There are several types of electric motors that differs in efficiency, power, cost, torque output, etc. Three-phase Induction Motor. Mono-phase Induction Motor Synchronous Motor. Brushless DC Motor. Brushed DC Motor. Stepper Motor. Servo Motor. Link to the blog post: https://www.techzorro.com/en/blog/7-types-of-electric-motors-that-you-need-…
 
Join us as we talk to Dr. Molly Hanlon from Penn State about her use of the Bruker Tracer 5 Handheld XRF to support her research in deep root systems. YouTube: Tracer 5g https://youtu.be/0T8HaVan0XU Website: https://www.bruker.com/en/products-and-solutions/elemental-analyzers/handheld-xrf-spectrometers/TRACER-5.html roots.psu.edu arpa-e roots https…
 
#004 - Let's talk about electricity! Specifically about how the standards around the world. Did you know that the plug you use in home or office is not used everywhere in the world? Did you know that the system for commercial electricity is different and not standardised all over the world? Link to the blog post: https://www.techzorro.com/blog/volt…
 
Earlier this month at the Craft Brewers Conference held in Minneapolis the pandemic was still the main topic of conversation, but amid the mask and surge talk a new word kept creeping in: inflation. The rising cost of goods is impacting everyone, and small breweries are especially feeling the pinch. For on the ground stories and practical advice we…
 
#003 - When should a wired or wireless network be used? Let's discuss the differences between Wi-Fi and Ethernet. Link to the blog post: https://www.techzorro.com/en/blog/ethernet-vs-wi-fi/ --------- Visit us to learn more about engineering, technology, blueprints, tutorials, schematics and code related to electronics, networking and programming pl…
 
#002 - Today in the market is found two kinds of processor architectures: Reduced Instruction Set Computing or RISC. Complex Instruction Set Computing or CISC. How both of them have multiple benefits, as well as drawbacks? What are the advantages of each approach to solve calculation and computing? Let's see the differences between RISC and CISC. L…
 
Location. Location. Location. It’s so important that we say it three times. When you’re thinking about starting your small brewery, moving to a new location, or re-doing your space there is a lot to consider. We have two guests this month with unique perspectives on brewery locations. First up is Dustin Hauck of Hauck Architecture in San Diego. He …
 
Recently Dr. Meiken Falke the Global Product Manager for EDS on TEM and SEM with Bruker Nano Analytics presented the topic "Colorful Quantities of Matter" during a larger formatted program. We are going to share her portion here so you can gain insights from her talk. Her presentation is on adding color to electron microscope data using spectroscop…
 
In this third edition, Digest News is about education and how the topic is prioritized and disseminated at DTU Nanolab. Whats up with the European chips act and and how can education play a role? You will also hear about the many collaborations under which DTU Nanolab creates its educations. And then we'll hear what the students have to say about a…
 
There is a lot to think about, to plan, and to dream towards when it comes to your nano brewery. Sometimes you need a little help, and that’s what this episode is all about. We’ve been collecting your emails and will be answering them in this episode. From recipes and growth, to education and business, our guests are two people with vast knowledge …
 
Join us as we talk to Caitlin Turner, PhD student at Louisiana State University, about using Bruker Nano Analytics’[MK1] Handheld XRF to drive her studies in the Mississippi River wetlands. Speaker: Caitlin Turner, PhD student, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge YouTube: Coastal Wetlands Research with Portable XRF https://www.youtube.com/watch…
 
February is always an odd month. The newness of a new year has faded, but around most of the country, it’s cold and winter feels endless. It can be hard to get the motivation to get done what needs to be done. In those moments it’s good to take on new projects or to tackle the ones that have sat on a to-do list for so long. To help with that motiva…
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Tina Hill, Applications Scientist with Bruker Nano Analytics, to discuss her approach when testing samples using the M4 TORNADO, the tool of choice for sample characterization using small-spot micro X-ray fluorescence. YouTube: M4 TORNADO PLUS https://youtu.be/3h-uSchWEDw Website: https://www.bruker.com/en/products-and-so…
 
Anouk is te gast in [WERKTITEL], De podcastserie gemaakt door MusicalMaker Job Greuter waarin hij in gesprek gaat met verschillende mensen uit het werkveld over de begrippen musical en vernieuwing.Over de aflevering:In deze aflevering is Job in gesprek met Anouk Beugels. Lange tijd stond zij aan het roer bij Codarts Muziektheater, waarbij ze de str…
 
The introduction of a new calendar comes with a lot of promise. A blank slate to fill in with projects and goals. Maybe it means revamping a tap room or a recipe. Perhaps it’s finally signing the paperwork on new equipment, new space, or taking the first steps to open your own brewery. Whatever the case, this episode is about making the right moves…
 
#001 - This episode brings an introduction on what is the show is about. --------- Visit us to learn more about engineering, technology, blueprints, tutorials, schematics and code related to electronics, networking and programming plus much more. WEBSITE. Find all the content in the blog: https://www.techzorro.com Look out for the index, for an org…
 
This is the trailer of nanoZorro and what you can expect from upcoming episodes. --------- Visit us to learn more about engineering, technology, blueprints, tutorials, schematics and code related to electronics, networking and programming plus much more. WEBSITE. Find all the content in the blog: https://www.techzorro.com Look out for the index, fo…
 
Christmas and New Years are upon us! In this episode of Digest News, Director Jörg Hübner reflects on the year that has past at DTU Nanolab. From our flagship course and new equipment to building projects and future plans. So tune in! We wish you all a Merry Christmas and look forward to a productive and exciting 2022.…
 
We hope you had a chance to watch, listen, or participate in BYO’s NanoCon held earlier this month. For host John Holl it was great fun to moderate two panels with industry experts, though leaders, and brewers. In addition to their own thoughts and insight we had a lot of great questions and feedback from conference participants, especially during …
 
#NanodayoPodcast cierra el 2021, porque tenemos emociones que compartir, sobre liveactions cancelados, machirulos online, fujosheo fuerte y mucho más!!! Este episodio se transmitió originalmente el 18/07/2021 por nuestro canal de YouTube, Nanodayo Podcast. Podés seguirnos, además de Spotify y otros servicios podcasteros, en YouTube, donde transmiti…
 
NaNoWriMo might be over for another season, but that doesn't mean you have to stop writing! In this week's episode, hosts Kristina and Liz discuss how to make writing a habit, how to not burn yourself out, and accountability in general. We also talk a bit about what's next for the podcast, so stay tuned for more! Follow us on Twitter: @howtowinnano…
 
First of all, YOU DID IT. Another NaNoWriMo has come and gone and whether you wrote 50,000 words or not, you've now got another draft to add to the pile of "now what" novels. These tend to stack up if you've being writing for awhile, and that's okay! In this episode, hosts Kristina and Liz discuss some options for how to next the next step on your …
 
There are a whole bunch of reasons why a person might write more than 50,000 words for NaNoWriMo: maybe you're just a naturally fast writer, maybe you're trying to finish the book, or maybe you just need a bigger challenge! In this week's episode, hosts Kristina and Liz get into the nitty-gritty of being NaNo over-achievers. Follow us on Twitter: @…
 
Something you might find yourself asking is, "how important is theme when writing my story?" Should theme come before you start writing, or is it something I can figure out along the way? Like most things with writing, there's no wrong way! In this episode, Kristina and Liz discuss different approaches to story theme and why it's sometimes somethin…
 
No matter the season, hops are always on our mind here at the BYO Nano Podcast. With the 2021 North American harvest over, the farmers have time to rest a bit before preparing for 2022. Eric Desmarais of CLS Farms in Yakima Valley joins us to talk about the season that just ended, building brewery relationships, and some hops to think about in the …
 
Join us as we talk to Jess Chloros and Gianfranco Pocabene, conservators from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, about conserving Titian’s “Rape of Europa”. From surprising finds in the paint in the sky to preparing a 600-year-old painting to travel. What could go wrong? Speakers: Jessica Chloros, Objects Conservator, Isabella Stewart Gardner Mus…
 
Have you outlined your book, but then once you start writing everything falls apart? How do you push through when feeling disorganized? What if the urge is strong to go back and edit? In this week's episode, hosts Kristina and Liz discuss a number of tips to help you through this frustrating experience. Follow us on Twitter: @howtowinnano Join our …
 
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