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Here at Drug Discovery World (DDW) we've been publishing articles written by leading experts in the Drug Discovery, Pharmaceutical, and BioPharmaceutical industries for over 20 years. DDW has grown as a quarterly business review of drug discovery and development, and now we've created this podcast to allow you to listen to our articles on the go. In our journal and this podcast, we cover topics surrounding: drug discovery; drug development; business; chemistry; enabling technologies; informa ...
 
Free World Theory — it’s the podcast you’re not supposed to listen to. The 30-minute pilot episode is a collage of amazing ideas. Step right up, ladies and gentlemen — fly in the cognitron, a futuristic ship built to navigate The American Dream, meet the cannibals who want to boil you in a pot in the swamps of Washington D.C., hear the great genius, Aldous Huxley, himself, author of Brave New World and The Doors of Perception demonstrate how you — yes, you — are under mind control… And a lot ...
 
Co-Labs: A New Way To Create. All you need is an idea and Quite The Thing Media will help with the rest. You could have your own show in every podcast directory on the planet within a few hours of finishing your first recording. Jumpstart your creative journey - host and produce your content on the world’s most forward-thinking independent podcast network. Find our 12 Co-Labs online: www.quitethethingmedia.com/co-labs Quite The Guide has a range of shows coming in the following categories: A ...
 
Dj Wayne Williams Presents: The Orgasm Series I call the series “orgasm” because I begin my mixes with sensual songs and then increasingly layer more aggressive sounds until they reach a peak at the end of the set, similar to a climax. These songs are especially targeted to my female audience who respond well to the use of 90% vocals on tracks and tend to vibe well with my song selection. I use deejaying as a medium to tell a musical story. My mixes have always incorporated the newest in Hou ...
 
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In this episode, we’ll tackle Deep Sniff: A History of Poppers and Queer Futures by Adam Zmith. In his first book, Zmith blends historical research with wry observation to tell the story of how amyl nitrites wafted out of the lab and into gay bars, corner shops and bedrooms. Zmith leads readers through the 19th century discovery of nitrites as an a…
 
This is the latest episode of the free DDW podcast: “Opportunities to improve drug discovery systems”. It covers two articles written for Volume 22, Issue 1 – Winter 2020/21 of the Drug Discovery World Magazine. The first article is titled “Precision control of protein release to reconfigure bioprocessing and cell-based assays”, where the authors D…
 
Another episode of Think Tank, a Free World Theory Special Edition. In this episode, meet Michael Ventris, the man who deciphered Linear-B and discovered the origin of all western languages. The history of the Trenchcoat — what would International spies be without one? Censorship, and how there’s nothing new about it in the U.S., and lots more.…
 
This is the latest episode of the free DDW podcast, “Putting virology back on the map: the fight against Covid-19”. It covers two articles written for Volume 22, Issue 1 – Winter 2020/21 of the Drug Discovery World Magazine. The first article is a case study titled “New technology in COVID research may accelerate vaccines”, and the second is called…
 
John Couse, Vice President of Scientific Services at Taconic Biosciences discusses the benefits of a robust colony management solution/partner in the drug discovery success; how it can enable companies to scale through resource management and create efficiencies. Couse has extensive knowledge of colony managements solutions and outlines the benefit…
 
In this podcast Dr. Joanna Hawryluk discusses automating the cell culture workflow and explains the importance of cell culture workflow in the drug discovery process and how it can be improved thanks to technological advances. Hawryluk talks us through the cell culture workflow and its relevance within the drug discovery process focussing on the ar…
 
This episode covers two narrated articles written for DDW and is read aloud by Megan Thomas, both of which were published in Volume 22, Issue 1 – Winter 2020/21 of Drug Discovery World. The first article is titled, “Streamlining gene therapy manufacturing will help products reach more patients”, and was written by Akash Bhattacharya, the Senior App…
 
Episdoe 13. Property is the single most important aspect of any society or civilization. Yet in the political world, nobody can explain what property is. This is the fundamental reason why there is so much injustice in the world. In this episode, a deeper explanation of what property is, scientifically explained without ambiguity.…
 
This episode is for all those people who have turned to gardening or amassed houseplants during the Covid lockdowns as we’ll be talking about Lessons from Plants. In it, the biochemist Beronda Montgomery explores the vigorous and creative life of organisms often treated as static and predictable. Writing about plants’ fascinating ability to perceiv…
 
Digital transformations are having wide-ranging and profound impacts within life sciences, creating both opportunities and challenges. One of those challenges is adopting new software systems to drive the transformations. A team from Novartis Institutes of BioMedical Research (NIBR) recognised the need to ensure a good user experience for their in …
 
Free World Theory Episode 12 Think the bundle of rights may not be a perfect system but it’s still the best there is? Think again. This episode exposes how the bundle of rights legal system is what the political class uses to centralize authority and control you. This episode also contrins the first scientific and non-ambiguous definition of proper…
 
This is the latest episode of the free DDW podcast, “Paving the way for optimum drug discovery”. It covers two narrated articles written for Volume 22, Issue 1 – Winter 2020/21 Of DDW and they are read aloud by Megan Thomas. These articles are titled: “In vitro models for assessing drug toxicity: new approaches and development” and “Accelerating as…
 
FWT: Episode 11. Remember reading Alice in Wonderland? Remember the Mad Hatter’s tea party? Alice wantsed the other characters to be logical but she was in the world of anti-logic, so nothing made sense. That also describes the United Sates today. Where,In the land of the free, people are either censored or under surveillance. Where the economy has…
 
Mathur talks about Twist’s antibody expertise, drawing on the company’s experience and looking at the importance of collaboration. The company has created some successful partnerships and she explains what these look like, why they have been fruitful, and how they have enabled Twist to use its capabilities to maximum effect. Listen now to hear Math…
 
In this month’s episode we’ll talk about Science in Black and White: How Biology and Environment Shape Our Racial Divide by medical anthropologist Alondra Oubré. She delves into the science behind the nature versus nurture debate to expose racially biased research and debunk claims of inborn racial disparities and the gendered brain. The result is …
 
Episode 10 Another Free World Theory Special Edition! In this episode, you can hear the segments that have been censored from social media platforms, one for “hate speech,” the other for so-called “criminal activity.” You’ll also meet James Clerk Maxwell, the scientist who founded the electronic age, Johannes Guttenberg, who founded the original in…
 
Aydogdu talks us through how the accurate and quantitative analysis of product purity is a fundamental component of effective development of a biotherapeutic protein. But without consistent techniques and high-quality, reproducible results, it is difficult to precisely assess the product’s efficacy and/or safety, potentially delaying, even jeopardi…
 
The ancient Greeks couldn’t answer it. Neither could the Renaissance thinkers, or the Enlightenment philosphers, or the 20th century theorists. But because of scientific advances made during the 20th and 21st centuries, Free World Theory is finally able to answer — once and for all — the 4,500-year-old question, “What is freedom?” This episode cont…
 
The first Free World Theory episode was 30 minutes long and was done in a “variety show” type format. All subsequent episodes have been roughly 15 minutes. In this special episode, we return to the old format and do another variety show. You’ll learn about scientist, Michael Faraday, founder of the electric age, Rose Wilder Lane, who wrote one of t…
 
Why is it that we can make impressive progress in science but we make zero progress in politics? It’s because science and politics are complete opposites. This episode explains why science can be used to create technologies that makes our lives easier, and why it’s not possible to do so in politics. This episode also begins to explanation of the sc…
 
4,500 years ago in a Mesopotamian city called Lagash, the first use of the word “freedom” appeared. Someone in that ancient and long-dead city state wrote the word down because the city was having the very same problems we have today in modern America. This episodes explains why, for thousands of years, civilization has made no progress towards act…
 
Get your garlic and crucifix ready as we tackle Kathryn Harkup’s latest book Vampirology: The Science of Horror’s Most Famous Fiend. Harkup is a chemist and science communicator, and an expert at casting a scientific eye on cultural phenomena, literature and film. Her debut, A is for Arsenic – about the poisons in Agatha Christie’s works – featured…
 
Mälarstig is currently responsible for developing and applying strategies for new drug targets and precision medicine. He has extensive experience working in international academic consortia and public–private partnerships such as the SCALLOP consortium. In this podcast he outlines the role of pQTLs in the drug discovery process and the growing imp…
 
This episode explains the central reason why there is so much political turmoil around the world today. Because of the rise of digital technology, the organization of society is changing from political dominance to network dominance. Everybody senses that political systems are failing worldwide. They are failing because they have become out of date…
 
There are only two ways people can be organized, through hierarchies or networks. There are no other possibilities. Thousands of years ago when nomadic wanderers first settled into agricultural communities, the first hierarchical rulers muscled in. According to historian, Will Durant, it was probably the first viscious killer to attack an agricultu…
 
WTM Quick Lesson - Judit Polgar Originally released on Wrong Term Memory. You can find the podcast here: https://wrong-term-memory.captivate.fm/listen Re-released in collaboration with Quite The Thing Media and Co-Labs Web: www.quitethethingmedia.com/co-labs Email: co-labs@quitethethingmedia.com Co-Labs are hosted on Captivate.fm - The World's Only…
 
Short Term Memory - The Nobel Prize Originally released on Wrong Term Memory. You can find the podcast here: https://wrong-term-memory.captivate.fm/listen Re-released in collaboration with Quite The Thing Media and Co-Labs Web: www.quitethethingmedia.com/co-labs Email: co-labs@quitethethingmedia.com Co-Labs are hosted on Captivate.fm - The World's …
 
The latest episode of the free DDW podcast, “Precision medicine in the era of artificial intelligence”, covers one narrated article of the same title written for DDW and read aloud by Megan Thomas. It was written by Dr Lofti Chouchane and Dr Javaid Sheikh. Dr Chouchane is a professor in the departments of genetic medicine, and microbiology and immu…
 
WTM Quick Lesson - Kim Un-Yong Originally released on Wrong Term Memory. You can find the podcast here: https://wrong-term-memory.captivate.fm/listen Re-released in collaboration with Quite The Thing Media and Co-Labs Web: www.quitethethingmedia.com/co-labs Email: co-labs@quitethethingmedia.com Co-Labs are hosted on Captivate.fm - The World's Only …
 
Free World Theory, Episode 3. The rise of technology is causing society to be more and more decentralized. Governments would like to stop it, but — as Alvin Toffler predicted decades ago — it’s an irreversable trend. To illustrate the huge revolutionary power of this trend, Chas Holloway continues to explain the history of money from its beginnings…
 
Quite The Thing Media Co-founders Jack & Colin invite a couple of hosts and producers of independent podcasts on the network to discuss Co-Labs in a little bit more detail. Scott from Spyhards and Harry from Gamers Watch join us to explain in a little bit more detail what Co-Labs are; what they entail; what benefits there are to engaging with us; w…
 
How do you make a chemical-resistant beaker out of a material as fragile as glass? And how do you tell the temperature of a piece of steel without a thermometer? These are questions Anna Ploszajski tackles in her book Handmade: A Scientist’s Search for Meaning through Making. A materials scientist, engineer, science communicator and occasional stan…
 
As part of Co-Labs from Quite The Thing Media, we have opened our free resource and virtual help centre - The Co-Laboratory. This is another part of our or service to help independent creators focus on their creativity - on top of covering your hosting costs on Captivate for up to 90 days. If you choose to join us, you will be added to our independ…
 
The latest DDW Sitting Down With podcast features Raj Indupuri, CEO of eClinical Solutions and he talks to us about clinical trials. Listen to find out why Idupuri believes ‘data is the new fuel that will drive human progress’, the effect of Covid-19 on clinical trials and what the sector can learn from the pandemic to make it better prepared for a…
 
We might like to think that science is purely objective, driven only by scientific principles and free of social disturbances — but this couldn’t be further from the truth. In this episode, we read Chanda Prescod-Weinstein’s debut The Disordered Cosmos, a book exposing how racism and sexism persist across all scientific disciplines. Part introducti…
 
This DDW podcast features Dr Hongshan Li, Applications Manager, Sartorius, discussing advances in cell and protein analysis for virology research. This episode examines virology research - what’s currently happening in the sector and how new advances in technology are helping push forward innovation and drug development. With COVID-19 playing such …
 
This narrated article is called “Why flow cytometry in drug discovery is a real life-saver”, in which Roy, Global Product Manager at Miltenyi Biotec, outlines the benefits of flow cytometry, offering case study examples for its use. Capable of boasting high-throughput, accurate, multiparameter and highly reproducible results, it’s time for drug dis…
 
This is the latest episode of the free DDW podcast, titled Vaccine innovation in the age of Covid-19. It covers two narrated articles written for DDW and read aloud by Megan Thomas. These articles are titled: “Vaccine innovation in the age of Covid-19 & beyond” and “Creating vaccines: Why we should be celebrating the life of the researcher”. The fi…
 
In this episode, we’re looking for answers to the important questions in life like ‘Why do you believe in diets?’ or ‘Why are you working in a bullshit job?’ Biochemist and immunologist Luke O’Neill certainly doesn’t mince words in his new book Never Mind the B#ll*cks, Here’s the Science: A Scientist’s Guide to the Biggest Challenges Facing our Spe…
 
This DDW Sitting Down With episode features Guy Goldberg, Chief Business Officer of RedHill Biopharma. In this episode - With vaccines taking centre stage how critical is the part therapeutics have to play in the pandemic? - Goldberg talks us through Covid-19 therapeutics and their role in the pandemic. Goldberg shares his market insight, the benef…
 
In the early 20th century, there were two great dystopian novels that warned of a future age of tyranny, two models of how the U.S. and the western world would end — Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World and George Orwell’s 1984. Most people feared the 1984 scenario, a takeover by a brutal police state. But the real threat, the real events happening now,…
 
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