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STEAM-Cast is where STEM & the arts collide. With your host, Dan Kostelec, you'll be a part of conversations with the brightest lights and rising stars in the fields of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math – exploring the world that we live in, the science that makes it all possible, and the art that makes it interesting.

New episodes drop every Monday.

STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to http://projectfibonacci.org

Full STEAM ahead!

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STEAM-Cast is where STEM & the arts collide. With your host, Dan Kostelec, you'll be a part of conversations with the brightest lights and rising stars in the fields of science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math – exploring the world that we live in, the science that makes it all possible, and the art that makes it interesting.

New episodes drop every Monday.

STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to http://projectfibonacci.org

Full STEAM ahead!

    Dr. Michio Kaku – The Multiverse: To Infinity & Beyond, with Nathan McDonald

    Dr. Michio Kaku – The Multiverse: To Infinity & Beyond, with Nathan McDonald

    This is the second part of our ongoing conversation with research scientist Nathan McDonald, where we discuss statements and predictions of the future that were given to us in 2017 from physicist and futurist Dr. Michio Kaku. In this episode, we get into what exactly is the multiverse, can we visit it, and then take a tangential digression into the Chronicles of Narnia, Star Wars and Star Trek – but don’t worry, it all comes back together



    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

    • 24 Min.
    Putting the “TEAM” in “STEAM” with Evan Drozd

    Putting the “TEAM” in “STEAM” with Evan Drozd

    This week we’re having a conversation with Evan Drozd – Evan is an associate research scientist with ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC, specializing in medical devices and neuroscience. Evan is also the first past Project Fibonacci® STEAM Scholar to join us on this program, so we’re going to see how attending the annual STEAM Leadership Conference influenced his thinking, and how he combines an arts background with a scientific career.




    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

    • 23 Min.
    Dr. Michio Kaku – The Ethics of AI, with Nathan McDonald

    Dr. Michio Kaku – The Ethics of AI, with Nathan McDonald

    The first part of a multi-part conversation with research scientist Nathan McDonald, where we discuss statements and predictions of the future that were given to us in 2017 from physicist and futurist Dr. Michio Kaku. In this episode we discuss the future and ethics of AI – getting into Asimov’s 3 rules of robotics – nanotech and biotech. We go into some fun tangents (the math of Hari Seldon’s psychohistory in the “Foundation” series, the width and breadth of Isaac Asimov’s interests as a writer), culminating in the ethics of nanotech, biotech, and artificial intelligence.




    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

    • 39 Min.
    Dr. Alex Filippenko – The Practical Uses of Quantum Physics

    Dr. Alex Filippenko – The Practical Uses of Quantum Physics

    Part Two of our conversation with astrophysicist Dr. Alex Filippenko, chair of UC-Berkeley’s astronomy department. He and Dan talk about the discovery of gravitational waves (yay, Einstein!) and the practical uses of quantum physics.




    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

    • 23 Min.
    Dr. Alex Filippenko – Big Rip, Big Crunch, or Big Chill?

    Dr. Alex Filippenko – Big Rip, Big Crunch, or Big Chill?

    Astrophysicist Dr. Alex Filippenko, chair of UC-Berkeley’s astronomy department, joins Dan for the first part of a two-part conversation. In part one, he talks about the nature of dark energy and how the universe may end in a few billion years.




    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

    • 22 Min.
    First Annual Women & STEAM Congress, Part 2

    First Annual Women & STEAM Congress, Part 2

    On Thursday, March 28, 2019, the Project Fibonacci® Foundation hosted the first annual Women & STEAM Congress, a professional development and networking event for young women and girls in high school and college, in coordination with Utica College and Women TIES, and sponsored by ANDRO Computational Solutions, Community Bank, Adirondack Bank, R-Tronics, and media sponsor WKTV NewsChannel 2.




    The centerpiece of the event was a panel on women in entrepreneurship, moderated by WKTV’s meteorologist Jill Reale (@TheRealeDeal), and featured Master Sgt. Della Pray (ret.) of the US Air Force; Cathy Dare, geoenvironmental engineer & chief executive manager of TRM environmental; the Honorable Bernadette Romano Clark, NYS Supreme Court Justice; Christi Harrington, professor of art at Mohawk Valley Community College; Jenna Stanton, 21-year-old owner of Soul Bowl; Dr. Maria Kontaridis, director of research at Masonic Medical Research Institute; Linda Fake, owner of Uniquely Yours Interior Design; Dr. Stephanie Nesbitt, faculty administrator at Utica College; and Sonja Glumich, security systems engineer for the Air Force Research Lab.




    STEAM-Cast is a production of the Project Fibonacci® Foundation, a 501-c-3 nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to introduce our youth to a culture of interdisciplinary STEAM learning, teaching them to become creative, independent leaders of community resurgence. You can learn more by going to projectfibonacci.org.




    Steam-cast was written, produced and hosted by Dan Kostelec. You can follow Dan on twitter @dankostelec.




    Technical support is by Andrew Burger.




    The music in the show is by the Live and Breathe from the album Rete. You can find it on itunes or wherever you listen to music.




    Please subscribe and rate the show 5 stars on Apple Podcasts, Google
    Play Music, Stitcher, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts, and
    follow us on Twitter – we’re @ProFibonacci.

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