Discover Future Talk - an English language podcast series in which curious minds from diverse fields come together to discuss their personal visions for the future of science and technology. Curious? Hit play and get inspired!
Coming of Age: Inés explores the surprising benefits of older workforces with Paul Irving, Chairman at the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging, and our Chief Human Resources Officer, Dietmar Eidens.
Inés meets nanotechnologist Dr. Suman Datta and chemist Dr. Ralph Dammel to discuss how semiconductors are driving positive change in many different aspects of our lives.
Inés meets infectious diseases physician Dr. James Crowe and Dr. Andreas Menrad to explore how technology is driving an exciting new era in pandemic preparedness.
Join Inés as she talks to Yifat Merbl of the Weizmann Institute and our colleague Klaus Urbahns about new opportunities offered by proteomics.
Join Inés as she talks to Dr. Pardis Sabeti of the FAS Center for Systems Biology at Harvard University and Dr. Greg Davis about how gene-editing technologies like CRISPR are shaping the future of precision medicine.
The new oil… or just snake oil? Inés talks with our CEO Stefan Oschmann and Big Data expert Andreas Weigend about how Big Data is influencing the future of science and technology.
Inés has lunch with our Performance Materials CEO Kai Beckmann and Futurist Andreas Steinle to discuss why company canteens are the new hotbeds for collaboration.
In this episode of Future Talk, Inés speaks to leading curiosity researchers Carl Naughton and Todd Kashdan about how a wandering mind is the key to new thinking.
In this episode of Future Talk, Inés explores the psychological impact of longer life expectancies with scientist and researcher Todd Kashdan.
In this episode of Future Talk, Inés speaks to management consultant Dr. Edward Tse about how overcoming cultural differences can result in more effective global collaborations.
In this episode of Future Talk, host Inés Dawson speaks to Andreas Steinle and Dr. Sophie von Stumm about changing perspectives and how innovation begins with humans.
Dr. Sophie von Stumm talks to host Inés Dawson about the future challenges facing science and technology, and the role ignorance can play in bringing both closer together.