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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 The Space Episode! Venture with us to the ‘final frontier’ for a very special episode on the future of space. Chad Anderson 28 Jun 2019
2 Early childhood development – A blue ocean opportunity? This talk was recorded as part of the Future of Business Series. Tarun Varma, Laura White and Puja Balachander 11 Jun 2019
3 When business and karma collide Simon Coley and Albert Tucker of Karma Cola tell the Future of Business podcast how they built a company, a foundation, and a "virtuous circle," bringing organic sodas to consumers and vital investment to communities in Sierra Leone. Simon Coley, Albert Tucker 08 May 2019
4 Creative Commons Future of workspaces, connected devices and smart cities We interviewed Vanessa Lee Butz, CEO and Founder of District Technologies to understand what smart cities are and what the connected future would look like? Vanessa Lee Butz 29 Apr 2019
5 Who drives change in Africa? In the second of our special two-part episode, we learn about Africa’s competitive advantages, shifting demographics, and the leadership challenges and opportunities faced by young people and women. Vera Songwe, Kola Adesina, Erik Hersman 16 Apr 2019
6 A closer future for Africa? As countries across Africa vote on ratification of the landmark Continental Free Trade Agreement, we learn more about what's at stake for the continent in the first of a special two-part episode. Vera Songwe, Kola Adesina, Erik Hersman 05 Apr 2019
7 Lighting up Africa There are currently over one billion people without access to electricity. A significant number of these people live in Africa where inadequate infrastructure restricts access. Greta Talbot-Jones, Laurence Copson 12 Mar 2019
8 Davos Doom and Gloom This year's World Economic Forum was punctuated by an overall sense of pessimism and concern for the future. One attendee, Oxford Saïd Business School Dean Peter Tufano, gives his take on the state of business. Peter Tufano 19 Feb 2019
9 Janet Smart, Reader in Operations Management, Said Business School Janet Smart chats with Steve, talking technology for 5 minutes about using videos. 'The beauty of the video is that you see the dynamics, you see things moving - you can never capture that in prose.' Janet Smart, Steve Burholt 21 Mar 2018
10 Creative Commons Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Grace Sai 25 Apr 2017
11 Women of influence in impact investing and social finance Sujata Lamba, Director, World Bank and Shuen Chan, Permian Global Fund give a talk for the Oxford Impact Investment Programme. Shuen Chan, Sujata Lamba 17 Dec 2015
12 Creative Commons Campaigner for women’s participation in technology, Ruthe Farmer (St Cross, 2007) Ruthe Farmer explains how her award-winning work to encourage women and girls to embrace technology can be traced back to her student days at Oxford. Ruthe Farmer 06 Aug 2015
13 Creative Commons Neurosociety part 5: what is it with the brain these days? Closing discussion Steve Woolgar and Paul Woulters give the final talk for the Neuroociety conference. Steve Woolgar, Paul Woulters 10 Mar 2011
14 Creative Commons Neurosociety part 3: The Social value of neurological reflexivity: decisions, and habits Jonathan Rowson (Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) gives a talk for the Neurosociety conference. Jonathan Rowson 10 Mar 2011
15 Creative Commons Neurosociety part 2: Who do you think you are? Managing Personhood in a Neurobiological Age Nikolas Rose (BIOS Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science) gives a keynote speech for the Neurosociety conference. Nikolas Rose 10 Mar 2011
16 Neurosociety part 4: Constucting and reading neuroimages Kelly Joyce and Patricia Pisters give talks for the Neurosociety conference on the subject of reading neuroimages, MRI scans and how they are perceived and interpreted in films and popular culture. Chaired by Paul Martin. Kelly Joyce, Patricia Pisters, Paul Martin 10 Mar 2011
17 Creative Commons Neurosociety part 1: Welcome and Opening Remarks Steve Woolgar and Tanja Schneider (InSIS, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford) give the opening address for the Neurosociety conference. Steve Woolgar, Tanja Schneider 10 Mar 2011
18 Roger Carr, Cadbury: Hostile bids and takeovers Roger Carr, who is to stand down as chairman of Cadbury following the recent takeover by Kraft Foods, gave a Distinguished Speaker Seminar at Saïd Business School on 9 February on the subject of hostile bids and takeovers. Roger Carr 25 Feb 2010
19 BEYOND KYOTO: Green Innovation and Enterprise for the 21st Century - Opening Address There is a great deal of innovation in the areas of green enterprise and clean technology in Oxford and the greater Oxford-London-Cambridge region, presenting an infrastructural advantage supported by world-class universities and businesses. Michael Liebreich 07 May 2009