The “INSPIRING MINDS” podcast delves in to experiences of innovators & pioneers that are changing the world around us.

Take notes as they share with Justin how they navigated through research, development, and in true Thomas Edison fashion, marketed and sold their new found innovations.

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S2 | E7 Deep Bio is using artificial intelligence to help detect cancer

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If you or someone you love has been through a cancer screening, you know the anxiety of waiting for results.

You want accurate results, as soon as possible.

Deep Bio, a biotech startup in South Korea, is using artificial intelligence to help detect and diagnose cancer.

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S2 | E6 Droplette was invented help treat a rare skin condition

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If you’ve ordered frozen food or medicine that has to be kept cold you’ve probably sliced open a brown cardboard box to find some kind of ice pack surrounding your purchase inside.

The ice pack we’re talking about today is just like that, but the way it’s made is completely different

KPS Global’s Arctic Express Pack reinvented the production process of gel packs.

The process helps businesses that ship temperature-sensitive products save thousands of dollars, eliminates up to 96% of waste and is better for the environment.

Rob Sorba, Chief Commercial Officer at KPS Global is here to explain why this is such a game changer and we discuss what else we can expect from the future of refrigeration.

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S2 | E5: KPS Global has reinvented the frozen ice pack to save money AND the environment

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If you’ve ordered frozen food or medicine that has to be kept cold you’ve probably sliced open a brown cardboard box to find some kind of ice pack surrounding your purchase inside.

The ice pack we’re talking about today is just like that, but the way it’s made is completely different

KPS Global’s Arctic Express Pack reinvented the production process of gel packs.

The process helps businesses that ship temperature-sensitive products save thousands of dollars, eliminates up to 96% of waste and is better for the environment.

Rob Sorba, Chief Commercial Officer at KPS Global is here to explain why this is such a game changer and we discuss what else we can expect from the future of refrigeration.

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S2 | E4: Tor Alden of HS Design talks innovation to help doctors with life saving heart procedures

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Around the world, cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death…most due to heart attack and stroke…and the main cause of that: cardiac arrhythmias…that’s when there’s improper beating of the heart. The heartbeat might be irregular, too fast, or too slow. This happens when electrical impulses in the heart don’t work the way they should.

When doctors go in to fix cardiac arrhythmias…they’ve relied on two dimensional models and waveforms…until now. Senti AR developed an augmented reality hologram to use in surgery, giving doctors more information about how the electrical signal travels across the surface of the heart, so they can target the exact spot to stop the arrhythmias.

SentiAR is a three-dimensional model that gives doctors real-time information…floating in front of them a map of the heart and where the electrical signal is traveling, also how it changes as you make a legion…or destroy some of the tissue that’s causing the problem.

While the *technology was there…its execution required some changes. That’s where HS Design came in. Tor Alden, Global Vice President of Design & Development is here to help us understand this exciting technology..and what it means for patients.

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S2 | E3: Nano and Advanced Materials Institute (NAMI)

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On Inspiring Minds, we often talk about BIG ideas…on today’s episode, we’re going small. Smaller than you can even see with a microscope…as we dive into advancements in nanotechnology.

When you start to manipulate matter on this near-atomic scale…it creates the opportunity to produce new structures, materials and devices. This work is producing impacts in many sectors including medicine, consumer products, energy, materials and manufacturing.

In 2021, the Edison Awards recognized the work of the Nano and Advanced Materials Institute (NAMI) with two Silver Edison Awards.

Director of Operations Jenny Yiu and Director of Research and Development for Electronics Dr. Tracy Liu are here to uncover what’s happening at the Hong Kong-based institute that will affect consumers around the globe.

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