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Associate Professor Ed Newbigin, a plant biologist in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne has been the driving force in helping Melbourne’s allergy sufferers- providing them with resources and information about the impact of grass pollen on human health. This series will have a range of experts in the fields of micro-biology, weather and healthcare to help breakdown all things pollen and allergies.
 
The value of the honey bee in cross pollinating the flowers of fruit trees makes it desirable that exact information be available concerning the actions of the bee when gathering and manipulating the pollen. The results recorded in this manuscript are also of value as studies in the behavior of the bee and will prove interesting and valuable to the bee keeper. The work here recorded was done by Dr. Casteel during the summers of 1911 and 1912. (Summary from introduction of manuscript)
 
Do you own a small, local business? Are you thinking of starting a small business?If so - this podcast is for you!In this podcast I'm talking with small business owners that are doing awesome things in their space (coffee shops, bakeries, hair salons, breweries, boutiques, & more!). My goal in each episode is that you would come away inspired, and with practical takeaways to grow (or start) your own local small business. Whether you're an existing business owner, or thinking of starting your ...
 
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In November 2016 Victoria was hit with an anomaly known as Thunderstorm Asthma, this affected 14,000 people and killed 10. Microbiologist and Botanist Ed Newbigin along with Medical Advisor at the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services Danny Csutoros and Head of Weather and Environmental Prediction at the Bureau of Meteorology Beth Ebert…
 
Pollen season is something allergy sufferers need to be ready for, it always plays in the back of their mind and affects their day to day activities. Microbiologist and Botanist Ed Newbigin, with the help of Allergy Specialist Jo Douglass from the University of Melbourne, take us through the preparation, management and possible cures of our allergi…
 
The Pollen App allows user to track the Pollen count for the day, in their area. Microbiologist and Botanist Ed Newbigin with the help of Ed Lampugnani from the University of Melbourne, discuss the many features and uses of the Pollen App, and how building a community might be the best thing for everyone. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inf…
 
Associate Professor Ed Newbigin, a plant biologist in the School of BioSciences at the University of Melbourne has been the driving force in helping Melbourne’s allergy sufferers- providing them with resources and information about the impact of grass pollen on human health. This series will have a range of experts in the fields of micro-biology, w…
 
Rory is the owner of Ugly Duck Coffee, a small coffee shop in Rochester. I dropped by his shop, and we recorded this interview from inside his shop. You'll hear how he and his wife started the coffee shop with a pop-up, mobile coffee bar, and how they got to where they are now. Rory shares his thoughts on management and building a team; his heart f…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from Evan, the founder of Moo - a classic burger and food joint, with a relentless focus on highlighting the purity of the ingredients, supporting local farms, and a chef-like obsession with getting the basic things right. Everything from the grass-fed beef for their burgers, the potatoes for their fries, the ice-cream …
 
In this episode, you’ll hear from Nick the owner of Modern Male Barbershop. Modern Male is a barbershop seeking to bring back the lost art of barbering, and cultivate a place where fathers and sons can come and have the camaraderie that they used to, when the barbershop was a pillar in the community. It's a place to gather, meet, talk over a root b…
 
In today’s episode, I’m talking with Matt, the owner of Backyard Beans Coffee - in Lansdale PA. You’ll hear: How Matt went from roasting using an air-pop popcorn maker he got at the thrift store, to being carried by Whole Foods and roasting hundreds of pounds of coffee a week. How he took the leap to full-time, leaving his really stable, well-payin…
 
A short solo episode recapping the takeaways from prior guests. I'll talk about: overcoming fear, staying true to yourself, seeking help and council, working hard, and investing in your brand. After this comes another series of discussions with amazing small business owners.저자 GrowThat
 
In today’s episode, I’m talking with Stacy, the owner of Love Obsessed, a small jewelry and clothing boutique brand. Love Obsessed actually started as a jewelry brand carried by the likes of Urban Outfitters and is now a full fashion boutique with three locations in Pennsylvania. In this episode we’ll talk about: -How Stacy started Love Obsessed be…
 
In this episode, you’ll hear from Sara, the founder of Rye Goods - a bakery in Costa Mesa CA. There were so many awesome things from this interview. If you’re afraid to take the leap, and working for another company - you’ll hear how Sarah took the leap to start her own business after years of baking for other businesses -If you think it requires $…
 
Brittany, the owner of Salty Blonde Cut Co., a collective of talented stylists and colorists located in Eastside Costa Mesa dedicated to fresh cuts and innovative color. She shares how she went from being a single hair-stylist, to starting her own brand and creating her own salon. Topics Covered: How she started her own salon The importance of inno…
 
Edit: GrowThat has become Pollen (WooHoo!), so althought you'll hear "GrowThat" in the show, the app is nowe called Pollen. Hope you love it! SUMMARY This episode we’re talking with Ally from Neat Coffee in Costa Mesa, CA. Her journey to starting Neat began in 2010, after she married her husband David, and they spent their first year of marriage in…
 
Edit: GrowThat has become Pollen (WooHoo!), so althought you'll hear "GrowThat" in the show, the app is nowe called Pollen. Hope you love it! Hey there! Welcome to the Pollen Small Business Podcast. I'm Jeremiah, the founder of Pollen, and I'll be the host of the show. I wanted to create this introduction episode to tell you what you can expect in …
 
Last week I joined my friend Chris Price for the inaugural episode of his podcast, PSI Unscripted, where -- as you can guess from the name of the podcast -- our 30-minute conversation was completely impromptu. I was a little apprehensive about not knowing the conversation topics ahead of time, but fortunately, Chris didn't stump me with any tough q…
 
For Episode 10 of the Fitness Pollenator Podcast, I have a double whammy. That's right -- I have on not one but TWO awesome guests: Eric Bach and Marc Lewis. Eric (left) is a chiseled strength and conditioning coach based in Denver, Colorado. Marc (right) is working on his PhD in exercise physiology at UNC-Greensboro. (He's also chiseled, but you'l…
 
Welcome back for Episode 12 of the Fitness Pollenator Podcast. On this episode, I have on my first repeat guest, Matt Ibrahim. I had Matt about a year ago for Episode 4. If you haven’t listened to that one yet, do it! Matt is the founder of Movement Resilience (formerly Mobility 101), which has a specific mission of helping people build resilient m…
 
Anyone who’s ever spent time around him knows he’s something special. Maybe it's his brilliance when it comes to the human body, or perhaps it’s his unassuming nature. I say it’s both. He might be the smartest guy in the room, but he’d be the last person to tell you so. His name is Barry Fritz, and he's the instructor at the National Personal Train…
 
http://www.girlswithmuscle.com/373012/Betsy-Lane In Episode 9 of the Fitness Pollenator Podcast, I'm joined by an amazing guest: Betsy Lane. Betsy is a longtime friend, avid bodybuilder, and soon-to-be doctor of physical therapy (after she passes her boards, of course!). In this episode, Betsy and I discuss Her background, going back to the stroke …
 
In Episode 8 of the Fitness Pollenator Podcast, I welcome Dr. Chris Leib. I met Chris about a year ago at a workshop he did at our mutual friend Tom DeVietro’s gym. (As an aside, Tom happened to be the very first guest of this podcast, so if you haven’t listened to episode 1, you should!) Not only is Chris a doctor of physical therapy, but he’s als…
 
By day, Jason Helmes is just a regular guy. He teaches math to middle schoolers; he has a wife and two kids. He is exceptionally tall (6 feet, 8 inches), but we won't hold that against him. By night, he's the boss at Anyman Fitness, an online community for people "who want to learn to lean out, live well, and improve themselves permanently." To dat…
 
When it comes to CrossFit, everybody’s got an opinion — especially the naysayers who’ve never even set foot in a box. These folks in particular hold certain truths about CrossFit to be self-evident. Here are a few of my favorites: Every CrossFitter does the same WOD (workout of the day), regardless of training age, ability, and goals. CrossFit prog…
 
I met Karl Safran, owner and operator of No Bull Training in Huntingdon Valley, PA, for the first time two years ago when he came to lecture at NTPI Philadelphia. From the minute he started talking, he had the entire class hanging on his every word. The way in which he broke down human movement was like nothing we had ever heard before. So simple, …
 
Curious what it's like to be a TWO-TIME finalist in the Men's Health Next Top Trainer search? How about being selected as one of Women's Health Magazine's Ten Insanely In-Shape Male Trainers? Meet personal trainer Kevin Mullins In Episode 6 of the Fitness Pollenator (Video) Podcast, I chat with personal trainer Kevin Mullins of Washington, DC, and …
 
Robbie Farlow showing off his chesticles. Side Quest Fitness's Robbie Farlow and I had such a marvelous time chatting on his podcast last week that we decided to get together once again (virtually) for an episode of the Fitness Pollenator Podcast! In this episode, we discuss all your and my burning questions for Robbie, including How Robbie went fr…
 
For this episode of the video podcast, I have on Matt Ibrahim of Mobility 101 to talk all things -- you guessed it -- mobility! Matt's mission is to bridge the gap between the worlds of rehabilitation and performance. He's an up-and-coming expert with an extensive résumé that includes three years of clinical experience as well as internships at som…
 
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