IQT Explores: Advanced Materials Innovation
Materials innovation touches almost every aspect of our daily lives, and the materials we rely on are advancing at an exponential pace. On this week’s IQT Explores episode, Vishal Sandesara is joined by Victoria Chernow and Steve Taub to discuss the history of advanced materials and how they are developed today, the investing landscape, and what the future may hold for this ever-evolving industry.
IQT Explores: Digital Health Tools to Support National Security
As health threats continuously evolve in the 21st century, so too has digital health technology. This podcast offers insights from IQT’s Dan Hanfling and Eugene Chiu about how utilizing a wide array of digital health tools can create a better information supply chain required for disaster response at the regional, state, and national level.
The Intersection: Technology, Economic Growth, & National Security
This week on The Intersection, IQT’s Steve Bowsher talks with Eli Dourado, a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University, about the future of cutting-edge bio, energy, and space technologies and their commercial and national security implications.
The Intersection: Transitioning from government to startups
This week’s episode of The Intersection features a conversation between Steve Bowsher and Dr. Ellison Anne Williams, CEO and Founder of Enveil. Tune in to hear their discussion on the challenges and opportunities in transitioning from a career with the federal government to starting a company from scratch.
The Intersection: The Future of Disruptive Innovations
On this episode of The Intersection series, Steve Bowsher speaks with Chris Brose, Chief Strategy Officer of Anduril and author of “The Kill Chain.” Listen in as they discuss the future of disruptive innovations and the relationship between government and emerging technologies.
The Intersection: Tech Entrepreneurs & The Government Market
This week in The Intersection, listen in as Steve Bowsher talks with Mike Appelbaum, two-time CEO of In-Q-Tel portfolio companies, to discuss why startups should consider the government market.
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