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Kamla Show from Silicon Valley

The Kamla Show is a unique show from Silicon Valley about authentic conversations with real people. Often, when we talk about the success of a company, film or book, we tend to overlook the person behind that success. The Kamla Show is about asking those questions you would be asking if you had the chance to sit with our guests in your living room over a cup of tea. What was the first record you owned? Why did you study engineering? What was the first piece of computer code you wrote? Or, what does money mean to you? The Kamla Show is not just about technologists, entrepreneurs, filmmakers and authors, but also about ordinary people doing extraordinary things and sharing their memories with us. As we say - it is about Life, People and Ideas.

  • Kamini Dandapani
    Friday, April 3
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamini Dandapani is Senior Director of Engineering at LinkedIn, where she leads an infrastructure and productivity engineering team. Growing up in India Kamini had 2 options: study medicine or engineering. She chose engineering and did not have a clear idea of what she would do as an engineer. Kamini came to the US for her graduate studies. She relocated to Silicon Valley, where she first worked for a startup and then worked at eBay for 12 years. At eBay her "managers found the spark in me and asked if I would be interested in pursuing management. I was open to it. I didn't know what that job entailed, "she shares. She went from being a software engineer to a manager and a leader and lead large transformative projects that led her to next job at LinkedIn. Kamini is deeply involved in helping girls and women in STEM both at local schools and in her workplace. At LinkedIn she is involved in helping women in technology programs at LinkedIn.
  • Kimberly Wiefling
    Monday, April 6
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kimberly Wiefling trained as a physicist and is now a global consultant for "Impossible Projects." She grew up in Pittsburgh where her father and brothers were wielders. She decided she did not want to become a wielder like her siblings. Kimberly left home at 18 and joined the Air Force, where she worked for a few years and got her GI bill which helped pay for her college education. She went to college to become a medical technician that did not involve any math skills. Kimberly lost faith in her ability to do math in high school and shares how she overcame that challenge with the help of people that believed and encouraged her to study science and math in college. After getting an undergraduate and graduate degree in physics she joined Hewlett-Packard and relocated to Silicon Valley. She worked for a couple of startups and then became a consultant. Impossible is a word that does not exist in her dictionary. "You put an apostrophe, " says Kimberley and it becomes, "I am possible."
  • Kimberly Wiefling
    Friday, April 10
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kimberly Wiefling trained as a physicist and is now a global consultant for "Impossible Projects." She grew up in Pittsburgh where her father and brothers were wielders. She decided she did not want to become a wielder like her siblings. Kimberly left home at 18 and joined the Air Force, where she worked for a few years and got her GI bill which helped pay for her college education. She went to college to become a medical technician that did not involve any math skills. Kimberly lost faith in her ability to do math in high school and shares how she overcame that challenge with the help of people that believed and encouraged her to study science and math in college. After getting an undergraduate and graduate degree in physics she joined Hewlett-Packard and relocated to Silicon Valley. She worked for a couple of startups and then became a consultant. Impossible is a word that does not exist in her dictionary. "You put an apostrophe, " says Kimberley and it becomes, "I am possible."
  • Dr. Arghavan Salles
    Monday, April 13
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD. is a medical doctor, surgeon and an activist. She is a Scholar in Residence School of Medicine, Stanford University from where she got her medical and PhD degrees. She says not to "prioritize the career above all else," and it is important to learn to balance your life. But when she was growing up and in her 20's and early 30's her focus was on her education and professional career. So, what brought about the change in her? Dr. Salles shares her journey of how she went from studying biomedical engineering to becoming a doctor, a surgeon, a teacher and an activist for gender equity and physician well-being. The impetus for becoming an activist was fueled by her PhD research on gender equity, implicit bias, diversity and physical well-being. Until her mid-30s Dr. Salles was focussed on her education and professional career and did not think about starting a family. Dr. Salles started blogging about her experience of trying to freeze her eggs and why she did not succeed. She says, "I really have difficulty with other people repeating mistakes that I've made, and that's part of why I'm vocal about a lot of the things that I'm vocal about, and I wanted to help medical students and other young professionals think about this earlier than I had."
  • Dr. Arghavan Salles
    Friday, April 17
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Arghavan Salles, MD, PhD. is a medical doctor, surgeon and an activist. She is a Scholar in Residence School of Medicine, Stanford University from where she got her medical and PhD degrees. She says not to "prioritize the career above all else," and it is important to learn to balance your life. But when she was growing up and in her 20's and early 30's her focus was on her education and professional career. So, what brought about the change in her? Dr. Salles shares her journey of how she went from studying biomedical engineering to becoming a doctor, a surgeon, a teacher and an activist for gender equity and physician well-being. The impetus for becoming an activist was fueled by her PhD research on gender equity, implicit bias, diversity and physical well-being. Until her mid-30s Dr. Salles was focussed on her education and professional career and did not think about starting a family. Dr. Salles started blogging about her experience of trying to freeze her eggs and why she did not succeed. She says, "I really have difficulty with other people repeating mistakes that I've made, and that's part of why I'm vocal about a lot of the things that I'm vocal about, and I wanted to help medical students and other young professionals think about this earlier than I had."
  • Devika Chawla of Netflix On Engineering & Music
    Monday, April 20
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Devika Chawla, Engineering Director at Netflix, about how she balances her interest in computer engineering and music. Chawla developed and nurtured her interests in software programming and music from a young age. She studied computer engineering at George Town University in Washington DC and moved to Silicon Valley, where she worked at Inktomi, Yahoo, and now Netflix. Chawla has released a handful of music records and worked with various musicians in the San Francisco Bay area and from India.
  • Devika Chawla of Netflix On Engineering & Music
    Friday, April 24
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Devika Chawla, Engineering Director at Netflix, about how she balances her interest in computer engineering and music. Chawla developed and nurtured her interests in software programming and music from a young age. She studied computer engineering at George Town University in Washington DC and moved to Silicon Valley, where she worked at Inktomi, Yahoo, and now Netflix. Chawla has released a handful of music records and worked with various musicians in the San Francisco Bay area and from India.
  • Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate - A 150 Year Old and Family-Owned Chocolate Company
    Monday, April 27
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate Company of the San Francisco Bay area. Founded during the Gold Rush period, Guittard is one of the oldest chocolate companies in the US. Amy Guittard is a fifth generation and the first woman from her family to work in the chocolate company.
  • Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate - A 150 Year Old and Family-Owned Chocolate Company
    Friday, May 1
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Amy Guittard of Guittard Chocolate Company of the San Francisco Bay area. Founded during the Gold Rush period, Guittard is one of the oldest chocolate companies in the US. Amy Guittard is a fifth generation and the first woman from her family to work in the chocolate company.
  • Dr. Rajni Agarwal- Hashmi
    Monday, May 4
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks with Dr. Rajni Agarwal-Hashmi, Associate Prof & Medical Director, Pediatric Cell Transplant Program, Stanford Children's Health. Stanford Children Hospital is recognized for its pioneering work in stem cell transplant. Dr. Agarwal-Hashmi shares how she chose to pursue a career in medicine and her mother's advice that she pursue a career in pediatrics.
  • Dr. Rajni Agarwal- Hashmi
    Friday, May 8
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks with Dr. Rajni Agarwal-Hashmi, Associate Prof & Medical Director, Pediatric Cell Transplant Program, Stanford Children's Health. Stanford Children Hospital is recognized for its pioneering work in stem cell transplant. Dr. Agarwal-Hashmi shares how she chose to pursue a career in medicine and her mother's advice that she pursue a career in pediatrics.
  • Catlin Powers, Co-founder/CEO, One Earth Designs, on Solar Cooking & Energy Deficiency
    Monday, May 11
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Catlin Powers, CEO and co-founder of One Earth Designs that makes solar cookers. How did Powers go about find an effective solution to the energy deficit challenge faced by 2 billion people around the world? Powers shares how she and her co-founder worked in an iterative manner to design and produce their lightweight and effective solar cooker.
  • Catlin Powers, Co-founder/CEO, One Earth Designs, on Solar Cooking & Energy Deficiency
    Friday, May 15
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Catlin Powers, CEO and co-founder of One Earth Designs that makes solar cookers. How did Powers go about find an effective solution to the energy deficit challenge faced by 2 billion people around the world? Powers shares how she and her co-founder worked in an iterative manner to design and produce their lightweight and effective solar cooker.
  • Shireen Santosham - Chief Innovation Officer of San Jose, Silicon Valley
    Monday, May 18
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Shireen Santosham, Chief Innovation Officer of San Jose. She works with Mayor Sam Riccardo's office and leads the effort and strategy to build San Jose as a smart city. She shares her views on technology and what she has learnt from working with Paul Allen's venture capital firm about creating effective solutions from a systemic perspective.
  • Shireen Santosham - Chief Innovation Officer of San Jose, Silicon Valley
    Friday, May 22
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla sits down to talk with Shireen Santosham, Chief Innovation Officer of San Jose. She works with Mayor Sam Riccardo's office and leads the effort and strategy to build San Jose as a smart city. She shares her views on technology and what she has learnt from working with Paul Allen's venture capital firm about creating effective solutions from a systemic perspective.
  • Jyotsna Kaki
    Monday, May 25
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jyotsna Kaki, Program Manager at Google. Kaki lost her eyesight when she was pursuing her undergrad at San Jose State University. Instead of being deterred by the loss of her vision, she became determined to overcome it and lead a regular life. She works at Google, takes care of her child and family and cooks on a regular basis. Technology has helped her rebuild her life and she shares in what way tech has helped do that.
  • Jyotsna Kaki
    Friday, May 29
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jyotsna Kaki, Program Manager at Google. Kaki lost her eyesight when she was pursuing her undergrad at San Jose State University. Instead of being deterred by the loss of her vision, she became determined to overcome it and lead a regular life. She works at Google, takes care of her child and family and cooks on a regular basis. Technology has helped her rebuild her life and she shares in what way tech has helped do that.
  • Dr. Julia Yu, Part 1
    Monday, June 1
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Julia Yu is Chief Scientist at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Dr. Yu's mission is to ignite your curiosity in everyday science that is part of your life. By kindling our mind she inculcates that curious spirit that is a hallmark of a scientist. Dr. Yu is part of the teachers institute at the Exploratorium that helps teachers hone their teaching skills through hands-on experiments and demonstration of scientific concepts.
  • Dr. Julia Yu, Part 1
    Friday, June 5
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Julia Yu is Chief Scientist at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Dr. Yu's mission is to ignite your curiosity in everyday science that is part of your life. By kindling our mind she inculcates that curious spirit that is a hallmark of a scientist. Dr. Yu is part of the teachers institute at the Exploratorium that helps teachers hone their teaching skills through hands-on experiments and demonstration of scientific concepts.
  • Dr. Julia Yu, Part 2
    Monday, June 8
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We continue our conversation with Dr. Julia Yu, who shares how she got interested in science. A stint in teaching persuaded her that there needs to be an effective system to help science teachers teach better. That spark of interest to improve the teaching methods is how she got involved at the Exploratorium and went on to get a PhD in Chemical Engineering and Biology.
  • Dr. Julia Yu, Part 2
    Friday, June 12
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    We continue our conversation with Dr. Julia Yu, who shares how she got interested in science. A stint in teaching persuaded her that there needs to be an effective system to help science teachers teach better. That spark of interest to improve the teaching methods is how she got involved at the Exploratorium and went on to get a PhD in Chemical Engineering and Biology.
  • Dr. Gini Deshpande
    Monday, June 15
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Gini Deshpande is founder and CEO of NuMedii, a funded startup in Silicon Valley. NuMedii uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data for drug discovery. Dr. Deshpande shares how her team is harnessing AI and Big Data to find new uses for existing molecules. Being an entrepreneur was one of her dreams.
  • Dr. Gini Deshpande
    Friday, June 19
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr. Gini Deshpande is founder and CEO of NuMedii, a funded startup in Silicon Valley. NuMedii uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data for drug discovery. Dr. Deshpande shares how her team is harnessing AI and Big Data to find new uses for existing molecules. Being an entrepreneur was one of her dreams.
  • Hannah Kuchler
    Monday, June 22
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hannah Kuchler is Tech Reporter from Silicon Valley for the Financial Times. She landed 2 days before Twitter's IPO and hit the ground running in covering that story. Kuchler also talks about the cultural aspects of covering tech companies in San Francisco Bay area. She got to interview Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook for the Lunch with FT series.
  • Hannah Kuchler
    Friday, June 26
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Hannah Kuchler is Tech Reporter from Silicon Valley for the Financial Times. She landed 2 days before Twitter's IPO and hit the ground running in covering that story. Kuchler also talks about the cultural aspects of covering tech companies in San Francisco Bay area. She got to interview Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook for the Lunch with FT series.
  • Celeste Ford
    Monday, June 29
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Celeste Ford is a rocket scientist turned entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. Being a rocket scientist was rather an unusual choice for a woman in the 1970s and she had no idea what an engineer does or what aeronautical engineering was all about. Ford shares how she developed a winning mindset and how failure was not an option when she founded her company over 2 decades ago.

 

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  • Kamini Dandapani
    Monday, March 30
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamini Dandapani is Senior Director of Engineering at LinkedIn, where she leads an infrastructure and productivity engineering team. Growing up in India Kamini had 2 options: study medicine or engineering. She chose engineering and did not have a clear idea of what she would do as an engineer. Kamini came to the US for her graduate studies. She relocated to Silicon Valley, where she first worked for a startup and then worked at eBay for 12 years. At eBay her "managers found the spark in me and asked if I would be interested in pursuing management. I was open to it. I didn't know what that job entailed, "she shares. She went from being a software engineer to a manager and a leader and lead large transformative projects that led her to next job at LinkedIn. Kamini is deeply involved in helping girls and women in STEM both at local schools and in her workplace. At LinkedIn she is involved in helping women in technology programs at LinkedIn.
  • Myra Nawabi
    Friday, March 27
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Myra Nawabi came to the US as a 11 year old refugee from Afghanistan. Her dream was to become an aeronautical engineer. She pursued her dream but could not complete her studies due to a variety of reasons including lack of support of her family. Instead she got married, became a mother and went back to school to get her teaching credentials and became a math teacher. An unexpected opportunity for teachers to attend a workshop at Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Silicon Valley led to a job offer. Myra has spent her last 15 years working at Lockheed Martin Space Systems. Myra says, "Never give up on your dreams, never give up on the resilience that you have inside of you. And I'm going to say that build a community around you."
  • Myra Nawabi
    Monday, March 23
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Myra Nawabi came to the US as a 11 year old refugee from Afghanistan. Her dream was to become an aeronautical engineer. She pursued her dream but could not complete her studies due to a variety of reasons including lack of support of her family. Instead she got married, became a mother and went back to school to get her teaching credentials and became a math teacher. An unexpected opportunity for teachers to attend a workshop at Lockheed Martin Space Systems in Silicon Valley led to a job offer. Myra has spent her last 15 years working at Lockheed Martin Space Systems. Myra says, "Never give up on your dreams, never give up on the resilience that you have inside of you. And I'm going to say that build a community around you."
  • Nicole Lazzaro, Ceo of Xeo Design
    Friday, March 20
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks with Nicole Lazzaro, CEO of XEO Design, about wonder, designing games and VR. Lazaro has been been involved in the gaming industry for over 20 years. Lazaro's advice to those who want to pursue a career in games and designing games is to learn to code and read lots of science fiction.
  • Nicole Lazzaro, Ceo of Xeo Design
    Monday, March 16
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks with Nicole Lazzaro, CEO of XEO Design, about wonder, designing games and VR. Lazaro has been been involved in the gaming industry for over 20 years. Lazaro's advice to those who want to pursue a career in games and designing games is to learn to code and read lots of science fiction.
  • Shalini Govil-Pai of Youtube
    Friday, March 13
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Shalini Govil-Pai, Senior Director, Technology Solutions, Youtube/Google. Govil-Pai got hooked on computers and computer graphics as a teenager and went on to study computer science. She got her graduate degree in Computer Science from Penn State University and relocated to Silicon Valley. In 2005 she joined Google and went on to work for YouTube.
  • Shalini Govil-Pai of Youtube
    Monday, March 9
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Shalini Govil-Pai, Senior Director, Technology Solutions, Youtube/Google. Govil-Pai got hooked on computers and computer graphics as a teenager and went on to study computer science. She got her graduate degree in Computer Science from Penn State University and relocated to Silicon Valley. In 2005 she joined Google and went on to work for YouTube.
  • Danielle Applestone on Engineering & Desktop Milling Machine
    Friday, March 6
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Danielle Applestone of Berkeley-based Other Mill Co that makes desktop milling machines. Applestone talks about growing up in Arkansas and discovering her love for math and science, which led to her to MIT and UT Austin where she got a PhD in material engineering.
  • Danielle Applestone on Engineering & Desktop Milling Machine
    Monday, March 2
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Kamla talks to Danielle Applestone of Berkeley-based Other Mill Co that makes desktop milling machines. Applestone talks about growing up in Arkansas and discovering her love for math and science, which led to her to MIT and UT Austin where she got a PhD in material engineering.
  • Dr. Sandra Faber - Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics, UC Santa Cruz. Part 2
    Friday, February 28
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr.Sandra Faber is Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics at University of California Santa Cruz & former director of Lick Observatory in Silicon Valley. She has worked extensively on the formation of galaxies and helped build some of the world's largest telescopes. She has won many awards for her pioneering work including the National Medal of Science Medal from President Obama. In 2018 Dr. Faber and her husband Andrew Faber set up Vera Rubin Presidential Chair for Diversity in Astronomy at UC Santa Cruz. During Dr. Rubin's time the field of astronomy consisted mainly of men with very few women. Often, women were not allowed to work on telescopes. For the last 10 years women make up about half the PhD students in the astronomy department of UC Santa Cruz. In this 2-part interview Dr. Faber shares how she developed an interest in astronomy as a child and pursued her PhD and got a teaching position at UC, Santa Cruz. Until she went to study at college she had not met a professional working woman she shares. What drew her to study astronomy? Who inspires her?
  • Dr. Sandra Faber - Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics, UC Santa Cruz. Part 2
    Monday, February 24
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr.Sandra Faber is Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics at University of California Santa Cruz & former director of Lick Observatory in Silicon Valley. She has worked extensively on the formation of galaxies and helped build some of the world's largest telescopes. She has won many awards for her pioneering work including the National Medal of Science Medal from President Obama. In 2018 Dr. Faber and her husband Andrew Faber set up Vera Rubin Presidential Chair for Diversity in Astronomy at UC Santa Cruz. During Dr. Rubin's time the field of astronomy consisted mainly of men with very few women. Often, women were not allowed to work on telescopes. For the last 10 years women make up about half the PhD students in the astronomy department of UC Santa Cruz. In this 2-part interview Dr. Faber shares how she developed an interest in astronomy as a child and pursued her PhD and got a teaching position at UC, Santa Cruz. Until she went to study at college she had not met a professional working woman she shares. What drew her to study astronomy? Who inspires her?
  • Dr. Sandra Faber - Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics, UC Santa Cruz. Part 1
    Friday, February 21
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr.Sandra Faber is Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics at University of California Santa Cruz & former director of Lick Observatory in Silicon Valley. She has worked extensively on the formation of galaxies and helped build some of the world's largest telescopes. She has won many awards for her pioneering work including the National Medal of Science Medal from President Obama. In 2018 Dr. Faber and her husband Andrew Faber set up Vera Rubin Presidential Chair for Diversity in Astronomy at UC Santa Cruz. During Dr. Rubin's time the field of astronomy consisted mainly of men with very few women. Often, women were not allowed to work on telescopes. For the last 10 years women make up about half the PhD students in the astronomy department of UC Santa Cruz. In this 2-part interview Dr. Faber shares how she developed an interest in astronomy as a child and pursued her PhD and got a teaching position at UC, Santa Cruz. Until she went to study at college she had not met a professional working woman she shares. What drew her to study astronomy? Who inspires her?
  • Dr. Sandra Faber - Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics, UC Santa Cruz. Part 1
    Monday, February 17
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Dr.Sandra Faber is Prof Emerita, Astronomy & Astrophysics at University of California Santa Cruz & former director of Lick Observatory in Silicon Valley. She has worked extensively on the formation of galaxies and helped build some of the world's largest telescopes. She has won many awards for her pioneering work including the National Medal of Science Medal from President Obama. In 2018 Dr. Faber and her husband Andrew Faber set up Vera Rubin Presidential Chair for Diversity in Astronomy at UC Santa Cruz. During Dr. Rubin's time the field of astronomy consisted mainly of men with very few women. Often, women were not allowed to work on telescopes. For the last 10 years women make up about half the PhD students in the astronomy department of UC Santa Cruz. In this 2-part interview Dr. Faber shares how she developed an interest in astronomy as a child and pursued her PhD and got a teaching position at UC, Santa Cruz. Until she went to study at college she had not met a professional working woman she shares. What drew her to study astronomy? Who inspires her?
  • Dr. Jun Axup. Scientific Parter and Advisor at Indiebio Part 2
    Friday, February 14
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jun Axup is Scientific Partner & Advisor at Indiebio, one of the largest biotech accelerators. She describes herself as an entrepreneurial scientist. She is passionate about helping scientists to bring their ideas from their labs to the market. Scientists are often hesitant about becoming an entrepreneur she shares. Jun developed a keen interest in science and math along with art from a young age. While enrolled in a PhD program to study chemical biology Jun started a side project to create science toys. She raised money through Kickstarter and turned her side project into a successful small business. What drives and inspires Jun to help scientists become entrepreneurs? What are some of the new, cutting-edge technology in biotech? How does she and the team at Indiebio help scientists incubate their idea to start a company?
  • Dr. Jun Axup. Scientific Parter and Advisor at Indiebio Part 2
    Monday, February 10
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jun Axup is Scientific Partner & Advisor at Indiebio, one of the largest biotech accelerators. She describes herself as an entrepreneurial scientist. She is passionate about helping scientists to bring their ideas from their labs to the market. Scientists are often hesitant about becoming an entrepreneur she shares. Jun developed a keen interest in science and math along with art from a young age. While enrolled in a PhD program to study chemical biology Jun started a side project to create science toys. She raised money through Kickstarter and turned her side project into a successful small business. What drives and inspires Jun to help scientists become entrepreneurs? What are some of the new, cutting-edge technology in biotech? How does she and the team at Indiebio help scientists incubate their idea to start a company?
  • Dr. Jun Axup. Scientific Parter and Advisor at Indiebio Part 1
    Friday, February 7
    4:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jun Axup is Scientific Partner & Advisor at Indiebio, one of the largest biotech accelerators. She describes herself as an entrepreneurial scientist. She is passionate about helping scientists to bring their ideas from their labs to the market. Scientists are often hesitant about becoming an entrepreneur she shares. Jun developed a keen interest in science and math along with art from a young age. While enrolled in a PhD program to study chemical biology Jun started a side project to create science toys. She raised money through Kickstarter and turned her side project into a successful small business. What drives and inspires Jun to help scientists become entrepreneurs? What are some of the new, cutting-edge technology in biotech? How does she and the team at Indiebio help scientists incubate their idea to start a company?
  • Dr. Jun Axup. Scientific Parter and Advisor at Indiebio Part 1
    Monday, February 3
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Jun Axup is Scientific Partner & Advisor at Indiebio, one of the largest biotech accelerators. She describes herself as an entrepreneurial scientist. She is passionate about helping scientists to bring their ideas from their labs to the market. Scientists are often hesitant about becoming an entrepreneur she shares. Jun developed a keen interest in science and math along with art from a young age. While enrolled in a PhD program to study chemical biology Jun started a side project to create science toys. She raised money through Kickstarter and turned her side project into a successful small business. What drives and inspires Jun to help scientists become entrepreneurs? What are some of the new, cutting-edge technology in biotech? How does she and the team at Indiebio help scientists incubate their idea to start a company?