September 2021

Ready For Disaster

W. Curtis Preston, a.k.a “Mr Backup”, on protecting your company’s data against natural disasters

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.

Issue 15

Gilead Sciences tells us about its groundbreaking digital platform PrEP Hub, which is helping to improve access to HIV drugs for those who need it the most. Elsewhere, we hear Two Sigma’s mission for data equity

Creating A Pathway To Hope

Gilead Science’s PrEP Hub® platform is a gamechanger in the fight against HIV – both the disease and the stigma.

Teenage Tech Stories: Guardians of the GalaxSEA

Kiefer Ong, Pierre Yeap and See Jay Ng are the three members of Guardians of the GalaxSEA. In this podcast, the Singapore-based team explains how they have used orange peel extracts to synthesise an eco-friendly magnetic ferrofluid to help clean up oil spills.

Teenage Tech Stories: Emma Yang

At only 17, Emma Yang is the founder of Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay connected to their loved ones. In this podcast, Emma talks about the process of building her app and what it means to be named as one of the 100 Faces of Impact globally.

Beyond your viral dreams

Eva Taylor, CSR Director at Hootsuite explains how social media can help refugees take control of their narratives

The race against time

Douglas Johnson-Poensgen, CEO of Circulor, warns of the challenges in the EV battery supply chain

Teenage Tech Stories: Alay Shah

Alay Shah is a researcher, aspiring innovator and high school senior. In this podcast, Alay discusses the need to democratise healthcare and talks about building an eye-tracking diagnostic tool that could become a low-cost alternative to MRIs.

Series Two: Tim Barker

Tim Barker is CEO of digital mental healthcare provider Kooth. In this podcast, Tim talks about Kooth’s philosophy and shares his views on the power of data and AI to support those in need.

Beyond the brain

Neuroelectrics’ Ana Maiques explains how brain stimulation can help patients with epilepsy and depression

Seeking cloud skills

AWS is rolling out a new cloud skills training programme for people from underemployed areas

Series Two: Albane Bruyas

Albane Bruyas is COO of Scaleway, the European cloud provider breaking new ground with some of the most advanced energy and water efficiency systems in the industry. In this podcast, Albane tells us why sustainable data centres are “mandatory”.

September 2021

Ready For Disaster

W. Curtis Preston, a.k.a “Mr Backup”, on protecting your company’s data against natural disasters

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.

Issue 15

Gilead Sciences tells us about its groundbreaking digital platform PrEP Hub, which is helping to improve access to HIV drugs for those who need it the most. Elsewhere, we hear Two Sigma’s mission for data equity

Creating A Pathway To Hope

Gilead Science’s PrEP Hub® platform is a gamechanger in the fight against HIV – both the disease and the stigma.

Teenage Tech Stories: Guardians of the GalaxSEA

Kiefer Ong, Pierre Yeap and See Jay Ng are the three members of Guardians of the GalaxSEA. In this podcast, the Singapore-based team explains how they have used orange peel extracts to synthesise an eco-friendly magnetic ferrofluid to help clean up oil spills.

Teenage Tech Stories: Emma Yang

At only 17, Emma Yang is the founder of Timeless, a mobile app that helps Alzheimer’s patients stay connected to their loved ones. In this podcast, Emma talks about the process of building her app and what it means to be named as one of the 100 Faces of Impact globally.

Beyond your viral dreams

Eva Taylor, CSR Director at Hootsuite explains how social media can help refugees take control of their narratives

The race against time

Douglas Johnson-Poensgen, CEO of Circulor, warns of the challenges in the EV battery supply chain

Teenage Tech Stories: Alay Shah

Alay Shah is a researcher, aspiring innovator and high school senior. In this podcast, Alay discusses the need to democratise healthcare and talks about building an eye-tracking diagnostic tool that could become a low-cost alternative to MRIs.

Series Two: Tim Barker

Tim Barker is CEO of digital mental healthcare provider Kooth. In this podcast, Tim talks about Kooth’s philosophy and shares his views on the power of data and AI to support those in need.

Beyond the brain

Neuroelectrics’ Ana Maiques explains how brain stimulation can help patients with epilepsy and depression

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