Unlocking Infant Psychology With Dr. Scott Johnson Dr. Scott Johnson works at UCLA’s innovative Baby Lab. He also studies the development of perception and cognition in humans, human brain development, developmental disabilities, and learning how neurons in the brain connect to vision. Dr. Scott Johnson is a UCLA professor […]
Dr. Tiffany Cvrkel On How Bioethics Impacts Us All As advancements and new technologies are rapidly emerging in health and medicine, there are an increasing number of ethical questions that arise. Dr. Tiffany Cvrkel is a bioethicist, philosopher, and lecturer in UCLA’s Molecular, Cell, & Developmental Biology department. In this […]
The Future Is Calling: Olivier Jeannel Talks To Us About RogerVoice and Designing Tech For the Hearing Impaired Imagine a life where you could only communicate with others on the go by texting them or sending emails. Up until now, this has been what it’s like for a deaf person […]
Making Science Pay With the SBIR Finding funding support is a constant struggle for a lot of people, but especially for entrepreneurs and researchers. If you’re entrepreneur AND developing technologies based on science, you’re in luck. There’s a large pool of government funding put aside for something called Small Business […]
Kevin Bickart has been studying for a long time. And he’s still not done. He’s got a PhD in neuroscience, an MD, and going to start his residence at my grad school Alma Mater. He also loves technology. He’s not just smart, but he’s been studying some cool things about physiology, wearable devices, sports, and how the heart is even more tied to compassion and social connection than we thought. He’ll tell you about those things in this week’s interview.