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Innovation Overground
The front porch of academic discovery
Category: Science & Medicine
Location: Omaha
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We are the technology transfer and commercialization office for the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of...


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June 17, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Global climate catastrophe got you down? University innovation to the rescue! Discover how probiotic yogurt can stem the invasion of parasitic diseases from more tropical climes. Marvel at innovation that hacks plants to pull even more carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. Gain serious misgivings as academics address the dilemma of climate modification with...more climate modification?  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

June 10, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Like they say, sometimes you’ve got to fight fire with...ping pong balls? Set your minds for counterintuitive as the Overground explores how new inventions can prevent fire by starting different fires; how strawberry Pop-Tarts predict natural disasters; and how an organized society can keep milk, bread and cat litter on the store shelveseven in a crisis.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

June 03, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Who doesn’t want to feel more secure, right? University technology is providing a POLITICALLY NEUTRAL way to discuss how we secure our infrastructure, families and our countries. Joe tells us how basketballs and ancient housecats can train drones to efficiently find even the smallest of objects; how computers can integrate subconscious biological responses into image recognition to make computers more vigilant; and how new materials will make reinforced concrete even reinforecier. 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

May 27, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Artificial intelligence isn’t necessarily evil. Yes, AI can monitor your social medial account to assess your underlying emotional state, but it can also scan your computer network to flag malware. Yes, AI can learn to see patterns in your behavior faster than you can recognize you’re behaving them, but it can also instantly adapt to the ever-evolving threats of cyber security. Wade into the moral ambiguity of the future, and answer the age-old question: Have humans finally built a more efficient Brad Pitt detector? 

Featured Technology: https://www.affectiva.com/who/about-us/ 

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

May 20, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

We can now make custom prosthetics using only a smart phone and a standard 3D printer. Tyler takes the Overground inside the revolution occurring in prosthetics right here in Omaha, Nebraska. Soon, missing a hand will no longer mean a child can’t play the cello, harpoon narwhals or form genre-bending six-piece bluegrass bands.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

May 13, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Listen as the Overground crew look at green energy and the environment as Tyler shows how nuclear power has gone mini. Joe and Charlie discuss the pros and cons of a world where a nuclear reactor the size of a couch can power a small city, and the hard choices we’ll need to make to power the future.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

May 06, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Join the Overground as Tyler fills that hole in your head with...3D printing. Innovative surgery researchers at the University of Nebraska Medical Center are making scaffolds to help that hole in your skull heal itself with a combination of 3D bioprinting and anti-infective drugs.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

April 29, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Stronger than steel. More conductive than copper. Able to flex around corners with a single strand. Yes, it’s graphene, the super-material that can power optical detectors, make nanoparticle drug delivery systems. Tyler Scheer, mild-mannered scientist in the great field of technology transfer, describes the University of Florida’s never-ending fight for truth, justice and the graphene way. And now, another exciting episode in the adventures of Innovation Overground!       

Featured Technology: http://www.research.usf.edu/dpl/content/data/PDF/13A032.pdf; http://technologies.tt.research.ucf.edu/technologies/33758_monolayer-graphene-optical-detector-offers-exceptional-light-absorption  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

April 22, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Academic research doesn’t just happen at universities. The Overground tips its hat to Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense and all the cool research laboratories outside of the academic-industrial complex. The first stop on the tour: Techlink, a technology transfer source for federal researchers that shows how the U.S. Army is leading the way in the fight against Ebola... and drowsiness.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

April 22, 2019 05:00 AM PDT

Academic research doesn’t just happen at universities. The Overground tips its hat to Veterans Affairs, the Department of Defense and all the cool research laboratories outside of the academic-industrial complex. The first stop on the tour: Techlink, a technology transfer source for federal researchers that shows how the U.S. Army is leading the way in the fight against Ebola... and drowsiness.  

Hosts: Charlie Litton (@charlielitton); Tyler Scherr (@dare2scherr); Joe Runge (@EntreprenurialW) 

Sponsor:  UNeMed (https://www.unemed.com); @UNeMed 

Music: Countdown to Myocardial Infarction, by Peter Gresser. Used with permission. http://sonofactori.com/ 

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