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Temple Grandin - Author, Inventor, Professor, and Autism Activist
Join IPO Education Foundation and host, Andrea Madho, to learn about Temple Grandin, the world-renowned autism advocate, inventor, professor of animal science, and bestselling author. Dr. Grandin shares childhood stories about her unique method of learning as a child on the autism spectrum as well as cautionary tales about the importance of hands-on education. We'll go out in the field to tinker with two future inventors testing out an experiment from her newest book Calling All Minds: How to Think and Create Like an Inventor.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
|Jun 24, 2019|
Kenton Lee - Founder of Because International
In this episode, we'll meet Kenton Lee, founder of Because International and creator of The Shoe That Grows™. We'll learn about how a trip to Nairobi, Kenya transformed an average man from Idaho into an inventor whose product has improved the lives of kids all over the world. Mr. Lee was recently recognized by the United States Patent and Trademark Office with the US Patent For Humanity Award. See the patent for the shoe that grows.
This episode is sponsored by Worldwide IP Solutionsacast.com/privacy
|Jun 17, 2019|
Lisa Seacat DeLuca - Master Inventor at IBM
Join us as we get to know a Master Inventor at IBM, Lisa DeLuca. Lisa holds over 400 patents for her various inventions across the tech world. We'll hear what it's like to invent for a huge organization like IBM, get advice on patenting your own invention, and learn about some of the incredible projects Lisa has been a part of such as Digital Twin.
This episode is sponsored by IBM
Learn More About Lisa Seacat Deluca
Her Website: https://lisaseacat.com/
|Jun 10, 2019|
Stroke Of Genius Season 2 - Coming June 10th!
Season 2 of Stroke of Genius launches June 10th! Join IPO Education Foundation and host, Andrea Madho, as we take a look into the lives of some of the most influential inventors of our time such as Temple Grandin, Dean Kamen, and Lisa DeLuca. We'll learn about their struggles, their triumphs, and what it takes to turn a great idea into a patented invention.For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
|Jun 05, 2019|
Season 1 Finale! In this episode, we’ll profile three entrepreneurial inventors in different stages of the patent process who all share a common goal - to make the world a better place. We’ll feature:
Amira Idriss, CEO and Founder of TheraV, a wearable device that uses vibration therapy to offer drug-free pain management for amputees and neuropathic pain sufferers.
Danya Sherman, inventor of KnoNap, a cocktail napkin that is capable of testing for specific rape-drug presence, providing a discreet, portable, gender-inclusive tool to combat sexual assault.
Joe James, whose company Agri-Tech Producers, LLC is creating green jobs in South Carolina, and providing a cost-effective approach to clean up contaminated land and water, through planting, harvesting, and treating bio-crops.acast.com/privacy
|Nov 26, 2018|
Cancer Immunotherapy//CAR T Cells
What if scientists could harness the power of a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer? This episode explores CAR T Cell therapy, a groundbreaking approach to cancer treatment that re-engineers immune cells to recognize and combat cancer cells. We’ll speak with: Dr. Carl June, a pioneer in the field who developed the treatment in his lab at UPenn, Dr. Stephan Grupp, who put the research into practice at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and meet Tom Whitehead, whose daughter Emily was the very first pediatric patient to receive this treatment.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Cancer Immunotherapy Program
See the tocilizumab patent described in this episodeBrought to you by IPO Education Foundation and produced by At Will Media For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
|Nov 19, 2018|
In this episode we’ll examine the world of haptics: technologies which utilize our sense of touch. We’ll hear how a college professor is adding new life to touch screens, how one young engineer is changing Virtual Reality, and we’ll learn about foundational patents and how inventors can use them to their strategic advantage.
Thanks to our guests Dr. David Parisi, Dr. Ed Colgate, Jake Rubin, & Dr. Bob Crockett.acast.com/privacy
|Nov 12, 2018|
The Super Soaker
You’re probably familiar with The Super Soaker, but do you know the man behind one of the world’s most popular toys? In this episode, we’ll explore the life of Dr. Lonnie Johnson, a nuclear and mechanical engineer, who worked on NASA space missions, energy projects for the Air Force...and just happened to also create some of the best selling toys of all time.
Thanks to our guests: Dr. Lonnie Johnson, Chris Bensch, Sarah Stray, Elizabeth Colton, and the Super Aqua Squad.
See Lonnie & Linex
Read More about Lonnie Johnson
Learn more about the Super Aqua Squad
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|Nov 05, 2018|
In this episode, we’ll meet David Hall, the IPO Education Foundation’s 2018 Inventor of The Year Award winner. He'll share his experience through a grueling race in the desert and how it birthed the autonomous vehicle movement. Then we'll take a forward look into the future of Hall’s manufacturing plant and learn how the land surveying industry found an unexpected use for Hall’s invention.
Thanks to our guests Alan Ohnsman, David Hall, Jason Littrell, & Rob Noah
|Oct 29, 2018|
In this episode, we’ll examine inventions that are transforming disabilities into extra-abilities. We’ll hear the harrowing tale that led to one mountain climber's career as a prolific inventor, explore the relationship between science and design, and learn how advanced prosthetic devices could change music forever.
Thanks to our guests Elliot Weintrob, Paola Antonelli, and Dr. Gil Weinberg.acast.com/privacy
|Oct 22, 2018|
In this episode, we begin by taking a sprint through the history of eye surgery. We’ll learn how a cultural pioneer used her work in Ophthalmology to break down large social barriers, how thanksgiving leftovers led to a breakthrough for LASIK eye surgery, and finally, we’ll check-in with a visionary inventor and eye surgeon to look at the cutting edge of modern eye surgery.
Thanks to our guests Dr. Gary Wortz, Dr. Janus Adams, and Dr. Jim WynneSpecial thanks to Jason Dole and WJFF Radio Catskill for production assistance acast.com/privacy
|Oct 15, 2018|
In the season premiere of “Stroke of Genius”, we’ll explore inventions at the intersection of food and convenience. We’ll tell the story behind one of the most referenced inventions in American History: the bread slicing machine, we’ll uncover the long and winding path that has led to the modern refrigerator, and finally, we'll look ahead to an invention that may finally solve the conflict between food convenience and healthy living.
Thanks to our guests Paula Johnson, Dr. Jonathan Rees, Michael Ruhlman, and Robin Liss.acast.com/privacy
|Oct 15, 2018|
Stroke of Genius - Coming Oct 15!
Join Historian of Science and Technology Reporter, Lauren Hutchinson, in exploring inventions, the inventors behind them, and the role intellectual property plays in dreams becoming reality! Subscribe now on the Apple Podcasts app and tune in October 15th for the first two episodes.
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|Oct 08, 2018|