Venom Exchange Radio! A Podcast for all things Venomous! This episode we interview Matt McDowell of Arboreal Obscurities!We chat about all things Boiga, feeding and husbandry tips, and how Matt keeps and breeds his collection. IG & FB - @Arboreal.Obscurities Hosted By, Nipper Read and Phil Wolf Check out Nipper and Phil's other contributions... The Herpetoculture Network - www.youtube.com/c/PalmettoCoastExoticsTHN The Morelia Python Network - www.youtube.com/channel/UCtrEaKcyN8KvC3pqaiYc0RQ Venomous Etiquette Videos - www.youtube.com/channel/UC0KozTrYrzjiFI1CiPfiU6g
In this episode, Tim Echols goes on the road to Georgia Tech to talk with Dr. Matt McDowell about battery technology. In the second half, he talks with Greg from “Greg Goes Electric” about his conversion of classic cars to electric. Finally, Tim makes a new friend on Jekyll Island while exploring the old amphitheater.
Matt McDowell of Arboreal Obscurities joins us this episode and we talk about alternative feeding, Crotalus cerastes, keeping venomous in Arizona, Boiga, breeder maturity, speckled rattlers and substrates
Let's Talk Payment Processing w/ Matt McDowell of Bloom Pay. We dig into the options available for us food truckers. Matt also shares a few things to avoid. I love this opportunity to talk about a subject we all will have to confront while on this journey, Be sure to listen til the end Matt has a great deal for my listeners. Checkout Bloom Pay https://gobloompay.com/
Matt McDowell is an expert in electrochemical materials and devices. On this episode, we talk about everything batteries — how they work, the state-of-the-art, what still needs to be improved, and what options are on the table for future technologies. We also discuss Matt and his students’ use of in situ experiments — those able to make measurements of a device while it is operating — and how they use this capability to understand the atomic scale details that govern battery performance and failure. We also ponder if batteries will ever be used as the main source of energy in airplanes and, if so, what it will take to get there.Show details: • Hosted by Michael Filler (@michaelfiller) • Edited by Andrew Cannon (@andrewhcannon) • Recorded on February 1, 2018 • Show notes are available at http://www.fillerlab.com/nanovation/archive/34 • Submit feedback at http://www.fillerlab.com/nanovation/feedback