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Now displaying: August, 2017
Aug 24, 2017

Sugarlogix has locked down a method based on yeast fermentation that allows them to “create complex sugars with prebiotic functions. These sugars are not energy sources for humans; instead, they selectively feed the beneficial bacteria living inside the human gut. This, in return, promotes the immune system and the nervous system"

 

Aug 18, 2017

Attila Hajdu's company Stelvio Oncology is changing how we approach cancer treatments.  By leveraging machine learning, Stelvio is gaining access to millions of new potential treatment protocols. The volume of potential combinations contained in the Big Pharma mountain of data is such that only computers can solve the problem.

Taking decades of work in the industry, and a number of previous successful ventures, Attila is climbing to a place where cancer is solved with one subcutaneous shot.

Popping the Bubbl hosts Sandra Ponce De Leon and Pete A Turner sit with Attila on this episode and get inside the world of cancer treatment.

Aug 14, 2017
Neil Cohen, long time friend, trusted advisor and marketing consultant extraordinaire joined us recently to talk about his thoughts on the marketing landscape and emerging tech trends.
 
Neil keeps himself very busy and entrenched with the latest innovations in marketing and technology by serving as an advisor to multiple startups as well as international accelerators, such as Parallel 18 and Startup Mexico, as well as teaching digital marketing as a professor at SF State.
 
Neil’s seen the evolution of the ad-tech and marketing landscape since the early days when digital marketing was a new comer fighting for media budgets to today’s world of programmatic ad exchanges and now digital ad spending is predicted to surpass television spending this year. Budgets have been slowly slipping from traditional television and print budgets, but still somewhat slow to gain traction even as most of us spend most of our time on our mobile phones.
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