The Armen Show is the podcast where I, Armen Shirvanian, discuss life and science by myself and with a variety of guests. There will be material on recent happenings, or updates in my days, and there will also be material based on information from science books or recent research. You will be able to listen to me talking with others about their interests or a topic of our mutual choosing, and the basis for the podcast is creation, information, and learning. I am based in Los Angeles and like connecting with the people.
295: Mauro F. Guillén | The Biggest Trends Of Today, Progressing Toward “2030”
Welcome to episode 295 of the show, the first of 2021, with Professor Mauro F. Guillén. As a future-oriented person, discussing the upcoming trends leading us toward 10 years from now is something I am interested in. These trends are covered in 2030: How Today’s Biggest Trends Will Collide and Reshape the Future of Everything. … Continue reading "295: Mauro F. Guillén | The Biggest Trends Of Today, Progressing Toward “2030”"
294: Closing Out 2020 With The Year In Review
We start from one place and end up at another. In this episode, we close out 2020 with a last episode of the year, bringing us to 52 episodes for the 52-week year~. Here, I discuss the guests we’ve had on in 2020, concepts they brought up, and some takeaways for all of you.
293: Richard Coss | Behavioral Ecology, Predator Recognition, And Perceptual System Development
Welcome to episode 293 of the show, with Professor Richard Coss of the University of California, Davis. From his educational transitions to life transitions, he has covered a variety of disciplines, and looks at key elements of animal behavior and predator activity. Of his biography, “Dr. Coss is an emeritus professor of psychology at the … Continue reading "293: Richard Coss | Behavioral Ecology, Predator Recognition, And Perceptual System Development"
292: John Harte | Ecology, Climate Change, Biodiversity, And Complex Systems At The Harte Lab
Hello to all of you, and welcome to episode 292 of the show, with Professor John Harte of The Harte Lab at UC Berkeley. Focusing on biodiversity, climate change, complex systems, ecology, and policy analysis, Professor Harte and his lab members tackle a range of issues. Professor Harte is an ecologist and Professor of the … Continue reading "292: John Harte | Ecology, Climate Change, Biodiversity, And Complex Systems At The Harte Lab"
291: Brennan Spiegel | The Coming Age Of Virtual Therapeutics In “VRx”
Where will virtual therapeutics take healthcare in upcoming years? Dr. Brennan Spiegel, MD, MSHS, gastroenterologist at Cedars-Sinai, writes about this in his book VRx: How Virtual Therapeutics Will Revolutionize Medicine. Directing the Center for Outcomes Research and Education at Cedars, he guides investigation of the application of digital health technologies, which include wearable biosensors, smartphone … Continue reading "291: Brennan Spiegel | The Coming Age Of Virtual Therapeutics In “VRx”"
290: Continual Branching | The Many Ways To Reach Outward
Welcome to episode 290 of The Armen Show Podcast. This one is about the value of branching out in daily times, and different ways you can branch out in your own life. Adding a little variation to your day can be all you need to keep it interesting. This can be in the form of … Continue reading "290: Continual Branching | The Many Ways To Reach Outward"