The Litigation Quality Patents® Podcast, hosted by Craige Thompson (a.k.a., “The Examiner Whisperer”) contains substantive discussion designed to keep you current with what’s going on in the world of patents, encompassing everything from patent prosecution and re-examination to patent licensing and litigation.
By Craige Thompson
Brought to you by the Grains Research and Development Corporation and presented by Online Business Radio’s Chris Brown, Driving Agronomy podcasts are released weekly and discuss various agronomic issues to assist and inform those in the Australian grain industry.
By Grains Research and Development Corporation
The Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University (HPCR) hosts two series of podcasts: The monthly Live Web Seminar Series on Contemporary Challenges to Humanitarian Law and Policy explores a wide range of issues related to IHL. In addition, the Humanitarian Assistance Podcast is aimed at those working in the humanitarian context who are seeking to increase their knowledge of modern issues related to Humanitarian Action.
By Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research at Harvard University
Richmond Fed President Jeffrey M. Lacker routinely travels through the Fifth Federal Reserve District for speaking engagements. His remarks address a broad range of issues affecting monetary, financial and payments economics, as well as the role of the U.S. Central Bank. Lacker's comments reflect the views of the Richmond Fed but not necessarily those of his colleagues on the Federal Open Market Committee.
By Richmond Fed
Bluetopsy explores Georgia, Southeast, and national Democratic and progressive politics with an array of perspectives from statewide to nationwide officials to grassroots organizations. We deconstruct the past and look to the future while covering it with a mix of intrigue, humor, and discussion.
Welcome to the HEAL Utah Podcast: your source for politics, culture, economics, and everything in between through an environmental lens. <br> <br> Join us as we sit down with activists, authors, academics, and athletes - just to name a few - to discuss a range of issues that are innately related to environmental advocacy in Utah and beyond. Whether you’re a sustainability-newbie or a grassroots-veteran, the HEAL Utah Podcast answers questions as much as it asks them and is guaranteed to help you expand your environmental horizon. <br> <br> HEAL Utah is a Utah-based nonprofit that concentrates on air quality, clean energy, climate change, and toxic waste.
By HEAL Utah Podcast
You Have a Friend in Detroit is the podcast that explores the nooks and crannies of America’s most denigrated, celebrated, forgotten, important, decimated, resurgent city. Everything you’ve heard about Detroit is true. There are wastelands, and there are artisanal bakeries. There is crime, and there are concerts. There is unemployment, and there are the hardest-working, most creative people you’ll ever meet. You Have a Friend in Detroit tells the stories that are unique to Detroit, the stalwart city that captures the whole world’s imagination. You know all the words to our music, our innovations got you to work this morning, and you probably have a picture of us in your minds. But now you know someone in Detroit. You Have a Friend in Detroit is hosted by Jason Carr and presented by WDIV Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit.com.
By WDIV-Local 4 and Graham Media Group
No longer producing new episodes, Wish We Were Here was a monthly documentary series from 91.5 KRCC in Colorado Springs, CO that featured stories and investigations that complicate the city's reputation as one of America's most conservative cities.
By Jake Brownell