The World’s Greatest Challenge brings key global players to its studio; bright minds who share their ideas about the future of our planet and society. Hear Nobel Prize Laureates, top entrepreneurs, dazzling scientists and the odd politician chat with our host about technology, science, human behavior, evolution….and their favorite food! Discover how these critical topics relate to Tec de Monterrey’s vision for 2030. A Podcast by Tec Sounds.
Ep. 19 - Santa Ono – Foreseeing issues that became an education crisis during Covid
In an enlightening chat from 18 months ago, University of British Columbia in Vancouver President Santa Ono, was already talking about those things that became critical for effective education during the Covid pandemic. His views on those things that have become key sources of concern, like climate change, societal inclusion and empowerment, inspire and enrich many communities’ efforts to make the world a better place. A Podcast by Tec Sounds.
Ep. 18 - Ada Yonath – Unravelling the protein factory of life
How can you possibly interview an octogenarian, chemistry noble prize winner, who became the first woman after 45 years to win the prize for her breakthrough work on applying biological cryo-crystallography to study the function and structure of the ribosome. Well, enter beautiful Ada Yonath – by far the most engaging, honest and charming scientist I have yet chatted with. Discover how ribosomes, our factory of proteins, are critical for the life of every living cells even – surprise, surprise – virus
Ep. 17 - Anne Applebaum – Life after authoritarianism and the big virus
Anne Applebaum, influential and multi-awarded journalist and historian, has brought her ideas to us from the pages of The Economist, The Spectator, The Washington Post, and now The Atlantic. She’s a lead thinker on today’s issues on the politics landscape, and her latest book on the decline of democracy on the hands of right-wing populism is both scary and a call to action. Join me in this enlightening conversation with Anne where I discover her view on the world’s greatest challenge.
Ep. 16 - Thomas Friedman – Truth, trust, and adaptation for a post-Covid world
Thomas Friedman, one of the most acute, deep, and prolific journalists of our time, shares his views on some of the challenges we face in a post-Covid world. The eternal optimist, who thinks the world is flat, also thinks we need more truth and trust, believing in a close-knit community, and that we need bigger walls with larger gates. Listen in and learn what Tom thinks is the world’s greatest challenge. A Podcast by Tec Sounds.
Ep. 15 - Yuval Noah Harari – Sapiens, Deus and the Power of Meditation
Yuval Noah Harari, author of some of the most influential books of the past decade, brings our attention back to some of the most looming and pressing threats we face as humanity; but, in this conversation with us, he also sheds light on the soothing effects that disconnecting through meditation can have on our daily lives. Join me, and my colleague Inés Sáenz, VP Inclusion, Social Impact and Sustainability, and discover what Yuval Noah Harari thinks is the world’s greatest challenge.
[Teaser] Season 3
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PRIMER EPISODIO 8 MIN.
Al conductor, por favor no inturrampa a los invitados mientras hablan, dejelos terminar sus ideas. Es molesto la interrupción constante que tiene hacia los invitados.