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In this podcast, we cover topics related to the everyday life of the surface scientist, such as key concepts in surface characterization, tools that are used in the surface analysis as well as tips and tricks related to the performance and planning of the research work itself, to facilitate the everyday life of the surface scientist. We invite leading scientists and experts in different areas, to have interesting discussions spanning everything from terminology to physical principles, challe ...
 
If you want to build unwavering resilience to stress, level-up your energy and productivity and enhance your physical health then you're in the right place! Discussions and interviews with experts on all these topics and more to help you become a true resilient warrior! Brought to you by former British commando, ultra-endurance athlete and founder of TBM High-Performance coaching - Cameron Roriston.
 
Welcome to The Fundraising Coach . . . the show that provides straight talk and practical tools that I've shared with hundreds of nonprofits to help them raise millions of dollars. You’ll learn everything you need to become an expert fundraiser and build a high-performance, winning fundraising program. So whether you’re an executive, staff member or board member, you’ll be learning the inside scoop from one of the nation's leading social entrepreneurs and fundraisers who’s been in your shoes ...
 
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How is the gut-microbiota related to human health? And why do some Lactobacillus strains show health-promoting properties? I this episode, we talk to Dr. Joana Ortega-Anaya, postdoc researcher at the Department of Food Science and technology, at the Ohio State University, to learn more about probiotics and how food can be used to support the symbio…
 
What analytical instrumentation should you have in your biointerfaces lab? And which equipment should you prioritize to invest in if the funding available for new instrument purchase is limited? I this episode, we talk to Dr. Jenny Malmstrom, Senior Lecturer in Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Auckland to learn more about lab…
 
How determined do you have to be to make a career as a scientist? Do all future positions have to be in the same field as the focus of your PhD research? And what’s it like to transition from academia to industry? In this episode of Science on Surfaces, we take a different approach and dive into the mind of the scientist. We talk to Dr. Fredrik And…
 
Today I'm joined by extreme endurance adventurer Sean Conway to talk about all things adventurous and how the adventure mindset can help shape us into better, more awesome humans! Sean has broken multiple world records including the longest triathlon, a staggering 4,200 miles around the British coast, as well as cycling 3,890 miles across Europe! W…
 
This episode is the audio of the recent webinar I delivered to clients of some friends of mine, on developing sustainable health-habits for unlocking peak performance at work. It was a pretty interactive and fluid discussion with some great points raised and answered, particularly on breaking down the barriers to forging bomb-proof habits over time…
 
My guest is transformational coach Peter Knupffer, a truly amazing guy with an extremely colourful history ranging from London street gangs to Buddhist temples! We are discussing the practices and approaches to cultivating a mindset capable of dealing with stress and forging true, unwavering resilience.…
 
Did you know that light can be manipulated at the nanoscale to control not only colors but also chemical reactions as well as what we see, or do not see? In this interesting and last episode of the season, we talk to Prof. Magnus Jonsson, Associate Professor and head of the Organic Photonics and Nano-Optics group at the Laboratory of Organic Electr…
 
Mike 'Sea Bass' Shipman is one of the UK's top professional MMA fighters, known for his ferocious power and exhilarating knockout finishes. He's also an educated philosopher and starred in channel 4's docu-series 'The Dancer and the Fighter'. In this episode we discuss the highs and lows of a profession in extreme violence, as well as what it takes…
 
This week my brother and I are joined by Simon Jeffries, former UK special forces operative and co-founder of The Natural Edge health coaching company. We delve into how anyone can create an environment to facilitate peak-health, enhanced daily-performance, and unlock hidden potential! You can find out more about Simon and The Natural Edge at www.t…
 
Is it possible to map a specific taste experience without anyone tasting the actual product? And is it possible to prevent sensitive natural colorants from bleaching when used in acidic beverages? In this episode of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Younas Dadmohammadi, from the Abbaspourrad lab at Cornell University, about the discipline of food …
 
How does a Li-ion battery differ from the ones you use in a torch? What makes it so special that its development even was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2019? And what’s the deal with the whiskers? In this episode of Science on surfaces we talk to Prof. Erik Berg about the fascinating area of Li-ion batteries. Prof. Berg is Associate senio…
 
What are nanomedicines? And how are they different from traditional ones? In this episode of Science on surfaces we talk to we talk to Dr. Gustav Emilsson about the fascinating area of nanomedicines. Dr. Emilsson is working as a Postdoc with nanomedicine development at the department of Advanced drug delivery in Pharmaceutical Science at AstraZenec…
 
How come egg and oil will turn into a nice emulsion called mayonnaise when mixed, while water and oil will unavoidably separate into two different phases no matter how vigorously you stir? And is there a way to predict the stability of such phase-mixtures? In this episode of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific abou…
 
Is it possible to learn a method that will help you get published in high-impact journals? And is there such a thing as a writer’s block? In this first episode of Season 3 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr Anna Clemens, Scientific writing coach & editor, about the challenges of scientific writing. Dr. Clemens has a PhD in Chemistry and she is al…
 
Is it really possible to get more done in less time and at the same time be happier and perhaps even live longer? In this last episode for the season, we talk to David Stiernholm, Struktör, about structure. For almost two decades, David has been helping people and organizations become more efficient by creating better structure and order. The episo…
 
What makes a liquid droplet just roll off the surface of a lotus-leaf? And what does it take for us to mimic this extraordinary design by nature and to make self-cleaning surfaces? In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific about superhydrophobic surfaces. Susanna did her Ph.D. on superhydr…
 
What makes a liquid spread more on some surfaces than on others? In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific about Surface Free Energy. Susanna did her Ph.D. on microfluidics and superhydrophobic surfaces and is an expert on surface-related phenomena, such as surface tension, wettability, ad…
 
Which day-care center has the best air quality? And is this Li-ion battery approaching a catastrophic failure? These are questions that NPS technology could answer. In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Elin Langhammer about Nanoplasmonic sensing, also called NPS. Dr Langhammer is co-founder and technical director of Ins…
 
How come paint sticks to the wall? And what makes the ink, used to print logos and text on the milk carton, stay in place? In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific about adhesion. Susanna did her Ph.D. on microfluidics and superhydrophobic surfaces and is an expert on surface-related phen…
 
How come a water droplet spreads more on a clean glass surface than on a plastic one? And why does the nature of the water spread on the surface matter in a biomedical application? In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr. Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific about contact angles, which is a measure of wettability of a surfac…
 
Why are so many scientists struggling with stress at work? And what can we do to improve the situation? In this episode, we talk to Dr Déborah Rupert, certified professional coach, about well-being and stress management for scientists. Dr Rupert, who has a background in science, today works to support science innovators with knowledge and tools des…
 
Why is surface tension so important in nature, and even a requirement for life? And why are so many industries struggling to overcome its effects? In this episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Dr Susanna Lauren at Biolin Scientific about Surface Tension. Susanna did her Ph.D. on microfluidics and superhydrophobic surfaces and is an …
 
How does soil removal really work? And why is it so difficult to remove the sweaty smell from sportswear? In this first episode of Season 2 of Science on surfaces we talk to Lars Mathiesen, Global Marketing Manager at Novozymes and expert in soil removal. Lars has a background in biology and biology-technology and has been working with enzymes with…
 
Viral outbreaks and cancer represent two of the world’s biggest health problems. Could a materials science and engineering approach be used to address these challenges in global health? In this last episode of Season 1, of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small, we talk to Prof. Nam-Joon Cho, Nanyang Associate Professor at the Scho…
 
What is tissue engineering, can all tissue be engineered and what’s in a bioink? In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small we talk to Prof. Paul Gatenholm, Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at Chalmers University of technology and Director of 3D Bioprinting Center, BBV at Biotech Center. In the studio, …
 
Could CCS help us fight climate change? How much CO2 is it possible to capture? And what is the difference between CCS, BECCS and DAC? In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small we talk to Prof. Filip Johnson from the Division of Energy Technology at Chalmers University of technology, who’s research focuses on ways t…
 
With the overall global ambition to shift from fossil fuel-based energy sources to sustainable ones, such as wind and solar power, the need for energy storage will increase. In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small we talk to Prof. Bengt Kasemo about energy storage and how surface science matters for some of the im…
 
Global warming is by definition a macroscopic phenomenon and its consequences will affect the entire planet. Even in a context of such a magnitude, surface science, and processes taking place at the nanoscale, have a role to play. In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small we talk to Prof. Bengt Kasemo about climate …
 
What makes an implant integrate into the surrounding tissue in our bodies, and how come some biomaterials stick while other materials can smoothly be removed from the body even after a longer period of contact or insertion? In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small we take a closer look at the interfacial boundary b…
 
Nanotechnology has been around for decades, and today these minuscule entities enter into our everyday lives via products such as sunscreen, food, sports clothes and electronics. Why has ‘nano’ become so popular, and what are risks involved when we are exposed to these nanoengineered objects? In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspe…
 
Biolin Scientific What defines a surface? What kind of science is related to surfaces, and most importantly, does surface science really matter to, and have an impact on, our everyday lives? In this episode of Science on surfaces - a bigger perspective on the small, we talk to Prof. Bengt Kasemo, who is Professor of physics at Chalmers University o…
 
What good are your appeal letters if no one reads them? In this podcast, learn what makes create content and how to increase the response rates of the appeals you send out -- especially your yearend holiday appeals.저자 Tom Iselin
 
12 minutes. Listen Podcast host Erin Brinker interviews Tom on her show called: On The Brink! KCAA 102.3 FM, 106.5 FM, and 1050 AM in the Inland Empire-East LA. Tom provide straight-talk answers to a handful of Erin's poignant questions about things like nonprofit overhead, wasteful spending, marketing, and more.…
 
Face it. You are competing for funds in a fiercely competitive environment with limited resources. Many large universities and institutional nonprofits have hundreds of people raising money for them and operate multimillion dollar marketing budgets. It's you (David) verses Goliath. How do you compete? One of the simplest things you can do is to inv…
 
Stop using "I", "Me", and "We" when asking for money. This short podcast shows you how to quickly change how you position your asks so the focus is on connecting the donor -- and the donor's gift -- on the needs you fill . . . not the needs you have!저자 Tom Iselin
 
There are many ways to raise money - grants, galas, email, letters, and phone calls . . . but the most effective way is asking for money in a face-to-face setting. In fact, this podcast will show why it's the most effective tactic over all others.저자 Tom Iselin
 
Competition for donors is tough. The problem is that most nonprofit are focused on acquiring donors when they should be thinking about how to retain them. In this podcast, learn how to create loyal and generous fans by thanking donors in ways that stand out and separate you from the competition.저자 Tom Iselin
 
This is a brief podcast on how to create an engagement form that your board members can fill out when they join your board, or annually, to get board members more engaged in the work of your organization, based on their gifts and skills -- and interests! A free template is made available by writing Tom at tomiselin@gmail.com.…
 
The best way to raise money from donors when you first meet them is NOT to ask them for money. Rather, make a non-monetary ask, first -- a "connection" ask. Ask them to volunteer, observe your programming, provide advice, watch a performance, or attend a "friend-raising" event. This podcast addresses this common problem and provides suggestions on …
 
There are many positive things you can do to engage board members and volunteers to support the fundraising efforts of your organization. However, some organizations require their board members to raise money. The problem? Forcing people to ask for money often results in tragedy. Learn why!저자 Tom Iselin
 
Does your board have a "Give or Get" policy? Should they? This podcast, or shall I say rant, discusses the downside of having such a policy and why it's more effective - and practical - to establish a "Give and HELP Get" policy. If you do, your board will be much happier, and you'll probably raise more money from them and your donors.…
 
This podcast covers 6 fundraising principles will help you understand what attracts donors to nonprofits. These principles are important to learn because knowing what attracts donors to nonprofits will help raise more money and develop more loyal and generous donors.저자 Tom Iselin
 
In this brief podcast, learn why it's important to think about how much time you're spending on grant writing compared with other types of fundraising tactics such as face-to-face fundraising. Tom shares his "Grant From Hell" story, which will get you thinking about the efficiency and effectiveness of your fundraising efforts.…
 
In the 1980's, I had it all -- then almost lost it all in a blink of an eye. Listen to this podcast and learn about the transformational experience I had that turned a self-centered stock options trader into a selfless social entrepreneur that's passionate about helping leaders like you build high-performance nonprofits.…
 
Welcome to The Fundraising Coach. My name is Tom Iselin and I started this podcast because I know how insanely difficult and competitive fundraising can be. I’m not some professor spouting fundraising theory; I have founded and have helped build some of the nation’s most notable nonprofits in their sectors from the ground up . . . and I’ve raised m…
 
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