On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Dan Roam, the founder of The Napkin Academy and author of “Draw To Win”. And on Tech Nation Health, a new model for addressing genetically-driven diseases affecting a small number of patients. Neal Kumar is the CEO of Bridge Bio. And Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft reviews new technologies to determine the health status of our hearts.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Dr. Mariana Mazzucato, (Mat-zu-cat-toe) a professor of the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at University College London. Her book is “The Value of Everything … Making and Taking in the Global Economy”. Then on Tech Nation Health, Tim Shannon from Canaan Partners discusses some terms with potential in the future of medicine: “protein degradation” and “synthetic lethality”. And Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft reviews the latest FDA approvals using AI.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Dr. Eric Schadt, the Founder & CEO of Sema4 talks about the explosion of personal medical information, and how it could work for us in the future. Then on Tech Nation Health, work on a vaccine to treat Alzheimer’s … and potentially prevent it. Dr. Ajay Verma, Chief Medical Officer of United Neuroscience tells us how and why it might work. Then Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft talks about The Age Wave.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Wired science journalist Matt Simon and his book: “Plight of the Living Dead: What Real-Life Zombies Reveal About Our World – and Ourselves”. Who’s a parasite? Who’s a host to a parasite? And who might be controlled by one? Then on Tech Nation Health, Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft relates a story about a man and his smartwatch – it saved his life.
On this week’s Tech Nation, how natural disasters shaped civilizations. Former USGS scientist, Dr. Lucy Jones joins Moira to talk about her book: “The Big Ones”. Then on Tech Nation Health, treating medical conditions with a person’s own cells. Nina Kjellson (Shell-son), Managing Partner, from Canaan Partners explains the challenges of car-T therapy in treating cancer patients, and Vericel’s Gerard Michel describes their work repairing cartilage in the knee and severe burns. Also, Chief Correspondent Dr. Daniel Kraft covers the Blue Button conference
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with John Hennessey, chairman of the board of Alphabet, the parent company of google. From computer science professor to President of Stanford University, he talks about his book: “Leading Matters: Lessons from My Journey”. Then, if you think the Internet is global with just the click of a mouse, think again. Moira speak with Keith Rockwell, the Director of the Information and External Relations Division at the World Trade Organization. They’ll talk about what technology in the Cloud may mean to different nations.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellman, the CEO of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Dr. Penny Heaton, CEO of The Bill & Melinda Gates Medical Research Institute, also called Gates MRI. Then scientist-entrepreneur Dr. Jake Glanville, co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Distributed Bio, talks about developing a universal flu vaccine.
On this week’s Tech Nation, Moira speaks with Jean-Jacques Augagneur, CEO of Lacanche, and Chef Patrick Boisjot, the Director of Export. It’s a story of technology and iron - from the Middle Ages through the French Revolution and the Industrial Age up until today - a “bespoke” French stove from a single, tiny village in remote France.
On this weeks Tech Nation, cognitive scientist Maryanne Wolf and her book, "Reader,Come Home:The Reading Brain In A Digital World"
Then on Tech Nation Health, neuroscientist Dr Mark Gurney, CEO of Tetra Discovery Partners, talks treatments for such challenges as Fragile X Syndrome, Alzheimers and traumatic brain injury
On this week’s Tech Nation, Fast Company columnist Jonah Sachs. His book is “Unsafe Thinking: How to Be Nimble and Bold When You Need It Most”. Then on Tech Nation Health, Dr. Tom Lowery (“L’ow!-ree”) from T2 Biosystems – their part in fighting life-threatening Sepsis. And David Domzalski from Foamix Pharmaceuticals talks about a new approach to America’s most common skin disorder: Acne.