Episode 20: The Bare (Market) Necessities

Here’s a little ditty about Jack and Diane… Literally. (Almost) Our newest episode features Jackie Stenson, CEO of Essmart, a distribution company in India that connects local shops with a catalogue of quality, affordable, essential products. Essmart is the brainchild of Jackie and co-founder Diana Jue. Listen in as she explains what led her to make […]

Episode 19: Let There Be (Clean) Light

Do you know where your electricity comes from? Dr. Anna Schneider does! She’s the co-founder and CTO of WattTime, a nonprofit that enables smart devices to automatically sync the times they use power from the energy grid to moments of very clean electricity. We chat about her journey from graduate school to running an eco-friendly energy start-up. Go listen. It’s […]

Episode 16: The Innovation Game

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, may we present to you Exhibit A: a brand new podcast. We’ve got a fun one for all you budding entrepreneurs. Alice Ly, Assistant Director for Health and Sciences at the Harvard Innovation Lab (Go Crimson!), joins us for a great discussion on start-ups and innovative ideas. And if […]

Episode 15: The Green (Alphabet) Energy Revolution

Let there be light! ‘Scopers, we’ve got another fun show for y’all. Today’s guest is Dr. Lindsay Miller, Director of Materials Integration at Alphabet Energy. Hop on the renewable energy bandwagon as discuss the latest in thermoelectrics, working at an engineering startup, and Lindsay’s future career writing children’s books. (Move over Mousetronaut, you’ve got competition!)

Episode 4: The (Medical) Giving Tree

Molly Lindquist

  Once there was a tree… and she loved a boy, very, very much — even more than she loved herself.” — Shel Silverstein Today’s podcast features Molly Lindquist, a mom, breast cancer survivor, and founder of Consano, a non-profit crowdfunding platform for medical research. Listen as she shares her inspiring story. Then go to https://www.consano.org/ and donate to a research […]