Robert Ruffolo Jr has accomplished this feat as the lead scientist for Carvedilol, the first beta-blocker ever to be approved for heart failure.
Jarrod Kimber is an award winning documentary film maker. From humble beginnings in Melbourne to becoming a well known sports writer and documentary film maker, Jarrod has constantly used data to point to the fallacies, assumptions and substantiate where the game should go.
What if your device (be it a consumer device (like a phone or a driverless car) or a medical implant) was capable of doing all of this on the chip and enable real-time decision making.
Dr. Sanford Greenberg has overcome disability that affected him since he was a Junior at Columbia University. He has since overcome this limitation to chart an unprecedented success as an innovator, entrepreneur, in politics, administration and more recently, in philanthropy via his www.Endblindnessby2020.com campaign.
We are doing a SKRAPS giveaway contest. Whale fossil is the grand prize!
The pioneer of the transcatheter valve shares his story on how innovation is a lonely sport.
Jason Osborne describe how he went from being a kid in South Central Pennsylvania to scuba-diving for fossils.
From engineered cardiac tissue to ceramic barbecue to employing artists in a science lab, cuttlefish to fashion, employing counter-insurgency methods learnt in battlefields in Afghanistan to turn science on its head
In part 2 of the interview, Warren eloquently describes a neuromodulation theory in layman terms. Plus, we also ask him about his work on peripheral nerve stimulation efforts and more recent modelling efforts.
In the first of our two-part episode with Professor Warren Grill, we learn how cars, a failed letter of recommendation, and sailing led him to where he is today.