February 2021

Chris Chambers

Chris Chambers works for Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain. Although it is known primarily for its paper maps, Ordnance Survey’s highly-accurate geospatial data underpins many public sector services, and has played a vital role in Britain’s response to COVID-19.

Neil Spann

Neil Spann is Managing Director of Power Roll, a startup at the cutting edge of innovation in the solar energy space. In this podcast, Neil talks to Stuart Hodge about breaking down adoption barriers and how Power Roll’s unique solar film is generating energy for underserved communities around the world.

Crowdfunding futures

Beam’s Alex Stephany and Julian Keenaghan tell us how the charity’s crowdfunding approach is grounded in tech

Issue 8

We speak to NASA and the European Space Agency to get the lowdown on their use of satellites to measure the rapidly rising sea levels. Elsewhere we cover online therapy, Defra’s sustainability mission, AI’s role in dementia detection, and plenty more.

March of the cyborgs

We talk to Lama Nachman, famous for her work with Stephen Hawking, and others about the medical possibilities of AI-human collaboration

Teenage Tech Stories: Vetri Vel

At only 16, Vetri Vel is already developing devices that improve people’s lives. In this podcast, Vetri tells the story of how his grandmother’s fall inspired him to create a fall detection system for seniors.

February 2021

Chris Chambers

Chris Chambers works for Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain. Although it is known primarily for its paper maps, Ordnance Survey’s highly-accurate geospatial data underpins many public sector services, and has played a vital role in Britain’s response to COVID-19.

Neil Spann

Neil Spann is Managing Director of Power Roll, a startup at the cutting edge of innovation in the solar energy space. In this podcast, Neil talks to Stuart Hodge about breaking down adoption barriers and how Power Roll’s unique solar film is generating energy for underserved communities around the world.

Crowdfunding futures

Beam’s Alex Stephany and Julian Keenaghan tell us how the charity’s crowdfunding approach is grounded in tech

Issue 8

We speak to NASA and the European Space Agency to get the lowdown on their use of satellites to measure the rapidly rising sea levels. Elsewhere we cover online therapy, Defra’s sustainability mission, AI’s role in dementia detection, and plenty more.

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