Hosted by Jill Malandrino, TradeTalks broadcasts live from MarketSite in Times Square and Global Industry Conferences and Events. Featuring conversations with top industry thought leaders on trends, news and education.
In this episode of Breakthrough Economy, we explore how developments in the application of mRNA have transformed biotech. Host Jen Rogers is joined by Dr. Bob Langer, Institute Professor at MIT, head of the Langer Lab at MIT, and co-founder of Moderna to discuss what's next for the sector.
The world is emerging from the cheap-money era with a mountain of debt that’s about to get dangerously expensive. The total owed by households, businesses and governments stands at $290 trillion, up more than one-third from a decade ago. Madis Kabash explains.
"I’m full of both anticipation and trepidation as the prices for the next day is published." Scandinavians confronted by staggering energy costs this winter are saving money by using appliances during off-peak times. Bloomberg's Lars Paulsson explains how the system works.
Iddris Sandu, founder of Spatial Labs, has been on the forefront of tech and culture for years, ever since American rapper Nipsey Hussle collaborated with him on an album release. Since then he's been invited to the White House and has worked with massive names like Beyonce and Kanye West. All of this momentum has created a platform for the launch of his VC studio's LNQ One Chip. Sandu explains to Bloomberg Quicktake's Jennifer Zabasajja how this "Wearable Internet" works and why he believes it could amplify Black voices in the metaverse.