Topic: Science and Technology (general)
Dr.Moira Gunn talks first with Eric Lawson, Director of Regulatory Affairs for Voisin and OJ Bio CEO, Dale Athey about advances in diagnostic testing. She then chances up with Paul Weinberger, Chief Marketing Officer, Lumora about their fast DNA and RNA testing from a small device.
Dr. Moira gun dives into the theoretical physics with Professor Brian Greene from the pages of his new book, The Hidden Reality … Parallel Universes and the Deep Laws of the Cosmos. In it, he takes readers through theories of multiple universes, of the continual birth of universes, starting long before our own.
Dr. Moria Gunn talks with Jim Davis, Executive Vice President at Human Genome Sciences, about a strategic national stockpile of anti-anthrax treatments.
Dr. Moira Gunn tracks down author, Guy Kawasaki, to talk about his new book Enchantment: Changing the Hearts, Minds and Actions.
Dr. Moria Gunn looks to the future of computers and biotechnology, with Anaris President and CEO, Joan Lau.
Dr. Moira Gunn talks with Tom Thorton, President & CEO of Kansas Bioscience Authority, where they are working on biodefense in food safety.
Is the cloud infrastructure becoming the "new hardware?" What are the issues around points of control, and who will end up being the custodian of our information? What does the "global operating system infrastructure" look like? Hear informed perspectives on these timely questions in this candid exchange of ideas among leaders from VMWare, Inc., salesforce.com, and Amazon Web Services.
Dr. Moira Gunn catches up on the latest advancements in treating diabetes with Genfit CEO, Jean Francois-Mouney.
Dr. Moira Gunn talks with author and MIT Professor, Sherry Turkle, about her new book, Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less From Each Other. In it, she talks about how peoples relationships with their devices is effective their human relationships.
Kyle Gilpin talks about his work with electropermanent magnets, which make excellent connectors for modular robots as they are strong, small, solid state, consume power only when connecting or disconnecting, and they can also handle communication and power transfer. Kyle also discusses how he
used electropermanent magnets to build a 12 mm cube robot pebble.