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From research to revolution: New Web radio broadcast showcases innovators

Nov 5, 2012

Innovators and entrepreneurs who have translated their research into private sector successes are featured in a new long-form radio Webcast Prototype produced by the National Science Foundation.

Prototype's first two episodes feature innovators Jay LeBeouf, who revolutionized sound searches for music and cinema with search engine programming using aural characteristics, and Sheldon Jacobson, whose operations research impacts security screening policy in airports.

To listen, visit science360.gov/series/Prototype

From research to revolution: New Web radio broadcast showcases innovators

Nov 5, 2012

Innovators and entrepreneurs who have translated their research into private sector successes are featured in a new long-form radio Webcast Prototype produced by the National Science Foundation.

Prototype's first two episodes feature innovators Jay LeBeouf, who revolutionized sound searches for music and cinema with search engine programming using aural characteristics, and Sheldon Jacobson, whose operations research impacts security screening policy in airports.

To listen, visit science360.gov/series/Prototype