December 2020

Martin McKay

Martin McKay is founder and CEO of Texthelp, an international education technology company. He speaks to Stuart Hodge about the power of “learning analytics” and considers the possibility of a fully automated classroom.

Finding security in data

The public sector’s data practices must be fixed before it becomes a fast favourite for hackers, says Netwrix’s Ilia Sotnikov

Issue 6

The number of undernourished people globally is set to rise to almost 100 million next year. Our cover story asks whether the solution to world hunger will be insects and mealworms. Elsewhere, we focus on the inspirational tech for good work being carried out by teenagers.

Nick Kelly

Axela’s CEO Nick Kelly has helped to drive innovation in the healthcare arena with his company’s tech and data-centred approach to care services. He tells us why he was destined to work in the care sector, and why he believes data is the future of healthcare.

Tom van Aken

Tom van Aken is CEO of Avantium, a company which has pioneered a plant-based plastic called PEF. In this podcast, Tom discusses how renewable chemistry could revolutionise the packaging industry.

December 2020

Martin McKay

Martin McKay is founder and CEO of Texthelp, an international education technology company. He speaks to Stuart Hodge about the power of “learning analytics” and considers the possibility of a fully automated classroom.

Finding security in data

The public sector’s data practices must be fixed before it becomes a fast favourite for hackers, says Netwrix’s Ilia Sotnikov

Issue 6

The number of undernourished people globally is set to rise to almost 100 million next year. Our cover story asks whether the solution to world hunger will be insects and mealworms. Elsewhere, we focus on the inspirational tech for good work being carried out by teenagers.

Nick Kelly

Axela’s CEO Nick Kelly has helped to drive innovation in the healthcare arena with his company’s tech and data-centred approach to care services. He tells us why he was destined to work in the care sector, and why he believes data is the future of healthcare.

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