• First Loss and Jump Scares

    Tragedy! The Canucks lost their first game of the season on the weekend, which means everything is awful, right? Actually, Daniel and Harrison are still feeling pretty positive about the team, even after the loss to the Lightning.

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  • Printing Human Tissue

    Dr. Konrad Walus, Ph.D., P.Eng is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-founder of Aspect Biosystems. His UBC spin-off technology company has developed a process to 3D print human tissue on demand which may lead to major innovations in medicine.

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  • Joel Salatin, High Priest of Pasture

    Host Randy Shore talks with small-space agriculture evangelist Joel Salatin, whose Virginia farm blends technology and biology to produce healthy foods that nourish his customers and the land. We wonder, can farming be cool again?

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  • First Impressions and Leonard Cohen

    The Canucks are off to a 2-0 start, which has Vancouver optimistic and hopeful for the first time in a while. Sure, those first two wins have come against the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers, but the new Canucks coaching staff is making a good first impression on the fanbase.

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First Loss and Jump Scares

Tragedy! The Canucks lost their first game of the season on the weekend, which means everything is awful, right? Actually, Daniel and Harrison are still feeling pretty positive about the team, even after the loss to the Lightning.

Read More

Printing Human Tissue

Dr. Konrad Walus, Ph.D., P.Eng is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and co-founder of Aspect Biosystems. His UBC spin-off technology company has developed a process to 3D print human tissue on demand which may lead to major innovations in medicine.

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Joel Salatin, High Priest of Pasture

Host Randy Shore talks with small-space agriculture evangelist Joel Salatin, whose Virginia farm blends technology and biology to produce healthy foods that nourish his customers and the land. We wonder, can farming be cool again?

Read More

First Impressions and Leonard Cohen

The Canucks are off to a 2-0 start, which has Vancouver optimistic and hopeful for the first time in a while. Sure, those first two wins have come against the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers, but the new Canucks coaching staff is making a good first impression on the fanbase.

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Signul Personal Beacon System

Digital Life host Gillian Shaw chats with Trent Shumay and Graham Cunliffe of IOT Design Shop. They discuss their latest venture, the Signul personal beacon system which includes small, battery powered beacons and a smartphone app, enabling you to automate many tasks throughout your day.

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Season Preview and Sophomore Albums

The final cuts are all but complete for the Canucks heading into the regular season, so it’s time to preview said season. Nicklas Jensen is down in Utica, while Tom Sestito stays with the Canucks, Bo Horvat is sticking around, and Luca Sbisa is in the Canucks’ top-four on opening night.

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Final Cuts and Babe: Pig in the City

With 28 players still on the roster, there are just five players left for the Canucks to cut before the start of the season. We discuss which players are the most likely to get cut and what that means for the roster.

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Randy’s new book hits the shelves

Host Randy Shore announces the publication of his book ‘Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow‘ and discusses his nine-month labour of love with guests Tara McDonald of Vancouver Farmers Markets and Vancouver Sun Podcast Producer Adam Foster.

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Pre-Season Roster Decisions and Weezer

Pre-season is upon us, which means it’s time to watch actual Canucks play actual hockey for the first time in a long while. It also means that Jim Benning and Willie Desjardins have some difficult decisions ahead of them.

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