Join the crew during UNeMed’s Innovation Week as they reminisce on some of their favorite University of Nebraska technologies from this past year!
Featured Technologies: https://www.unemed.com/product/pde4b-selective-inhibitors;
On this episode, the crew discusses agricultural applications of CRISPR gene-editing technology. Come for the cool new CRISPR tech, stay for the flappy corn!
Featured Technologies: https://techtransfer.universityofcalifornia.edu/NCD/28790.html;
Join the crew on the first-ever Startup Pitch Contest, where Joe and Tyler pitch hypothetical startups based on real university technologies. Charlie has nosey neighbors, Joe outlines the problem, Tyler faceplants on the pivot, and like another famous extemporaneous show, the points don’t matter!
Featured Technologies: http://innovation.columbia.edu/technologies/CU14173_adaptable-anonymization-techniques;
Join the crew on a fever dream into a brave new future where your smartphones assiduously order meals for you. Oh, and that food is full of special goodies for your gut critters.
On this episode the crew discusses the rapid advancement in blood testing capabilities—from assessing your biological age and predicting your lifespan and “healthspan” to diagnosing depressive behavior like MDD and PTSD. This episode is equal parts geeky and bloody!
On this episode the crew discusses the potential for link the human brain with computers, the internet and Elon Musk's PDA.
Innovative new technologies are putting humanity on the verge of transcending the bounds of human mortality all because the Overground wants to live forever.
Featured Technology: https://www.wired.com/story/what-is-ray-kurzweil-up-to-at-google-writing-your-emails/; https://www.sens.org/; https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/senescent-cell-research-moves-into-human-trials-2/;
Scientists are hacking multi-cellularity. Translation: Cells from your cheek could be turned into stem cells, and then re-grown them into some other body part, like a lung or tonsil. They can also change them into parts that are nearly you. Join the Overground as they are curiously repulsed by organoids: The synthetic step between cells, organs and a newer, healthier you.
Featured Technology: Links coming soon.
The future is now, and it’s lab grown meat: eagle steaks, extruded meat, slaughterhouse daycare, cellular agriculture. Nothing seems impossible as startup companies spring up with industrial-scale cell cultures, and make kinder, better burgers...named Floyd?
Every idea is built on assumptions. Multi-billion-dollar drug development projects are based on less-than-perfect understandings of underlying disease. That understanding could be wrong...at a cost of more than $1,000,000,000. Join the Overground as they pop the balloon of scientific orthodoxy with recent discoveries that challenge what we thought we knew about Alzheimer’s disease.