Listen to CUTalks, the podcast by the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club, recorded by Cambridge TV.
Turning innovation into business - new podcast series
Learn from entrepreneurs and experts in this podcast series which can be listened to on demand.
Tim Minshall is the episode one guest. Professor Minshall is the Dr John C Taylor Professor of Innovation at the University of Cambridge and Head of the Institute for Manufacturing. He speaks to podcast hosts Shreya and Thomas about how the Cambridge innovation ecosystem has developed, and there is advice for aspiring innovators on how to get started.
Tom Simmons is the guest for episode two. The founder and CEO of Cambridge and Silicon Valley-based food technology company Stem is reimagining the role of sugar in our food system. This episode discusses entrepreneurship education, lessons for a successful startup, and how scientists can apply themselves in innovation.
In episode three, Shreya and Thomas talk to Nisarg Mehta, co-founder and CTO of Vector, an international trade and logistics tech startup, transforming operations for companies involved in global supply chains. There are insights for aspiring and early stage founders in this episode.
About the podcast
The podcast is produced by Carl Homer of Cambridge TV.
Local TV and video production company for Cambridge. Broadcasting on Freeview channel 7, Virgin Media and online. Partnered by Cambridge TV School which provides professional courses in all aspects of TV Production including film, editing, lighting, sound, studio management, presentation, self shooting and developing ideas for TV