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Extra Special Bonus: Time Warp!

Chemistry For Your Life - February 23, 2021 10:55 - 23 minutes ★★★★★ - 92 ratings
In this month's bonus episode, we share a special old Q&R that we've had in our back pocket for almost a year! Enjoy!

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Beyond-Use Dates for Sterile Preparations and Stability in Compounding Pharmacies

Voices In Validation - February 23, 2021 05:00 - 43 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
Today Stacey Bruzzese is joined by guest Rick Rhoads to discuss lessons learned in performing stability tests. Traditionally, compounding pharmacists have relied on professional experience and published data to determine product stability. Based on this knowledge, compounders have extended beyo...

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Episode 7: Silvia Osuna

In the Active Site - February 22, 2021 06:00 - 26 minutes
Listen to Prof. Silvia Osuna in Episode 7 of "In the Active Site". Silvia explains her research and talks about her passion for art.

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022 - Filter Validation & How It Impacts Getting Your Product to Market with Shelli Connelly

CMC Live - Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls - February 19, 2021 11:00 - 32 minutes
What We Covered 00:51 – Ed, Meranda and Brian introduce today’s guest, Shelli Connelly, who discusses her background and speaks to some of the elements of filter validation   05:41 – Shelli talks about the process of selecting a filter and why not all filters are the same 09:03 – The evolutio...

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How do bath bombs fizz?

Chemistry For Your Life - February 19, 2021 01:55 - 26 minutes ★★★★★ - 92 ratings
This might be one of the best chances to both listen to AND experience chemistry at the same time. Grab a bath bomb, fill up the tub, and let's find out how these friendly bombs work. How do they fizz up? How do they suddenly smell? Where do the colors come from? Can they make bath scientifically...

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Piecing It Together With Derek Gores

For Your Best Self - February 16, 2021 22:00 - 1 second
Dr. Novo sits down with the one and only Uber talented Derek Gores to discuss his inspiration and philosophy, artistic process, Robot Love and his vision for Brevard and upcoming projects. See never before seen art (on YouTube and www.foryourbestself.com

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DSS116: Announcing the 2021 Global Dust Safety Conference

Dust Safety Science: Improving Combustible Dust Safety in the Workplace - February 16, 2021 08:15 - 18 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In this episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast, we announce the 2021 Global Dust Safety Conference and what you can expect in terms of schedule and presentations.

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Risk Revolution #4

Voices In Validation - February 16, 2021 05:00 - 48 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
This week our series coordinators, Lori and Nuala, will engage their guest Valerie Mulholland in a lively discussion on a critical aspect of Risk Management, namely the skills and confidence necessary to making effective and timely risk-based decisions. Articles: 1. Quality Risk Management: Se...

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Episode 32: Can You Analyze That?

Slick Talk: Powered By Blackstone Laboratories - February 15, 2021 13:00 - 17 minutes ★★★★★ - 45 ratings
A tale as old as time, or at least the times of oil analysis: Can you look at these results? Well, if they're from Blackstone Laboratories, the answer is always a resounding yes. So often, though, folks might ask if we can look at results from another lab. Blackstone Joe is here to break down ...

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Chemistry at Home: Vinegar and Baking Soda (with Stephanie Ryan Ph.D.)

Chemistry For Your Life - February 15, 2021 10:56 - 20 minutes ★★★★★ - 92 ratings
We have a very special guest this month, Stephanie Ryan Ph.D. aka @letslearnaboutscience (on Instagram)! Stephanie leads us through some cool experiments you can do at home using vinegar and baking soda. Be sure to check Stephanie out on Instagram, and look for her book "Let's Learn About Chemi...

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Interview Michael Markesbery, The Co-Founder of Oros | Episode 14

From Lab to Leader - February 15, 2021 10:30 - 17 minutes
Listen to world class leaders as they share their stories about how they transitioned from the lab to being leaders in their field. From Lab to Leader is the podcast highlighting the many ways subject matter experts and individual contributors can successfully transition to becoming great leader...

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Radioactivity

Atoms! - February 14, 2021 23:30 - 9 minutes
In this episode, Eli learns what it means for an element to be radioactive.

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A World of Mirror Images

Chemistry in Everyday Life - February 14, 2021 22:21 - 15 minutes
From winter gloves and people with inverted organs to the effects of molecular mirror images. Chirality can be found everywhere, so it is high time to talk about it. If you would like to share feedback or have a suggestion for a topic, I can now be reached on twitter under @ChemistryinEve1. Alt...

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021 - Regulatory Odd Couple with Ed Narke & Meranda Parascandola

CMC Live - Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls - February 12, 2021 23:00 - 1 hour
What We Covered 00:51 – Meranda and Ed discuss the Regulatory Odd Couple blog series and constructing the CTD Module 3   11:54 – Ed explains the importance of building the Quality Overall Summary (QOS) and the different starting points for drug process development   19:45 – Ed and Meranda tal...

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Samantha Mensah, University of California, Los Angeles

My Fave Queer Chemist - February 11, 2021 14:54 - 20 minutes ★★★★★ - 8 ratings
This week on the show, Geraldo and Bec talk with Samantha Mensah (she/her), a graduate student in the Weiss and Andrews labs at UCLA. We discuss her work with #BlackinChem as one of the co-founders and incoming president, as well as her passion for science policy and how she's celebrating Black ...

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Book club – The Poison Trials by Alisha Rankin

Chemistry World Book Club - February 11, 2021 11:03 - 16 minutes ★★★ - 2 ratings
This month we find out drug testing has come a long way, as we read The Poison Trials: Wonder Drugs, Experiment and the Battle for Authority in Renaissance Science, the latest book from historian of science and medicine Alisha Rankin. The book tells little-known stories of medicine in 16th centu...

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Why Don't We Have Infant Formula That's As Good As Breast Milk? | Orbitals 401

Orbitals - February 11, 2021 11:00 - 11 minutes
Dr. Steven Townsend is a professor of Organic Chemistry at Vanderbilt University, studying the chemistry of breast milk—what makes it so good for babies, and why that’s so hard to replicate in infant formula. Dr. Townsend’s interest in the field came from a personal experience he had almost a de...

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How do sunglasses protect us?

Chemistry For Your Life - February 11, 2021 10:58 - 38 minutes ★★★★★ - 92 ratings
Wow sunglasses sure are cool. What's the coolest thing about them? Is it how cool they make us look and feel? Or is it the chemistry inside them? We'll let you decide, but we think you'll be surprised to find out how significant a role chemistry plays in the making of your shades.

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Meet Dr. Katja Väyrynen

ALD stories podcast - February 10, 2021 14:45 - 18 minutes
On this episode of the ALD Stories podcast, We speak to Dr. Katja Väyrynen, Process Development Engineer at Beneq. What is the latest ALD research on improving the performance of microchips? Will cobalt become a popular material in semiconductor manufacturing? Hear her academic journey below.

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4 Types of Chlorine | "Salt Water Pools"

Rule Your Pool - February 10, 2021 06:00 - 22 minutes
00:00 INTRO 01:50 SALT POOLS ARE CHLORINE POOLS 03:06 CHLORINE HANDLING DISCLAIMER 04:25 SALT CHLORINE BYPRODUCTS 13:37 HOW CYA AFFECTS SALT POOLS 15:27 MANAGING A SALT POOL IN THE OFF SEASON 17:48 ACID TIP 18:22 FINAL THOUGHTS ------------------------------------ Connect with Orenda Te...

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DSS115: NFPA Definitions of Combustible Dust with Eric Brideau

Dust Safety Science: Improving Combustible Dust Safety in the Workplace - February 09, 2021 08:48 - 29 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In this episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast, Eric Brideau, Project Consultant at Jensen Hughes, discusses NFPA definitions of combustible dust.

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How to Achieve Best in Class Documentation in Life Sciences

Voices In Validation - February 09, 2021 05:00 - 38 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
This week, Stacey is joined by Harsha Chulki and Stephen Cook. Validation documents are critical to both the internal processes, and external communications, in regulated industries such as pharmaceutical and medical device organizations. Properly recording and managing data is necessary to ensu...

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Episode 6: Nick Turner

In the Active Site - February 08, 2021 06:00 - 35 minutes
Prof. Nick Turner from the University of Manchester shares some inspiring thoughts with us about biocatalysis in general. Listen to episode 6 of “In the Active Site”.

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Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science

COSIA - Innovative Minds - February 05, 2021 21:04 - 16 minutes
February 11th is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. In this episode, we’re celebrating Nannette Ho-Covernton, a woman who has made her mark both in her career and in her community and hearing about the challenges she’s overcome in achieving her many successes.

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Why do things fade in the sun?

Chemistry For Your Life - February 04, 2021 10:51 - 29 minutes ★★★★★ - 92 ratings
The sun. It's nice, it's warm, it helps things grow, it helps us see, it helps us exist in the first place. But it's also a massive burning molten ball of radiation and ultraviolet rays. So how does our mysterious yellow friend fade the poor items we leave outside? Let's find out. Don't hurt us, ...

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DSS114: Alternatives to Abort Gates on Dust Collector Dirty Side Ducting with Nick Schlentz

Dust Safety Science: Improving Combustible Dust Safety in the Workplace - February 02, 2021 08:55 - 29 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
In this episode of the Dust Safety Science podcast, Nick Schlentz, President at Boss Products, LLC, talks about alternatives to abort gates on dust collector dirty side ducting.

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Digitization Of Validation

Voices In Validation - February 02, 2021 05:01 - 33 minutes ★★★★★ - 5 ratings
Digitization Of Validation For Effective Off-Site Regulatory “Review” And “Inspection”   This week, Stacey is joined by Ajaz Hussain, Alton Johnson, and Steve Thompson. As agencies like the FDA continue to rely on virtual inspection, we need to take a look at the process, including a review of...

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Conjugated Systems... no, we are not talking about Latin ;-)

Chemistry in Everyday Life - February 01, 2021 21:59 - 13 minutes
We talked about Glow Sticks, we talked about Fireworks. Now it feels like the right time to look at another big factor in color of compounds, the conjugated systems. If you would like to share feedback or have a suggestion for a topic, I can now be reached on twitter under @ChemistryinEve1. Alt...

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Slick Talk - Episode 31: 6.0L/7.3L Special

Slick Talk: Powered By Blackstone Laboratories - February 01, 2021 15:11 - 17 minutes ★★★★★ - 45 ratings
Blackstone Joe talks diesels, coffee, and a fable from the rig. What more do you need to know?

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13: How Material Innovations in Clothing Better Protect Us from the Elements (feat. Dr. Haskell Beckham)

It's a Material World - February 01, 2021 14:34 - 52 minutes ★★★★★ - 10 ratings
Throughout history, mankind has used clothing to protect itself from the elements. With modern materials science principles in mind, humans are now equipped to protect themselves from the elements better than ever. But how can innovation take place in such a well explored area of consumer produc...