Headlines of the Future
Episode 6: The Future of Heart Health

Episode 6: The Future of Heart Health

September 27, 2022

Advancements in cardiology are moving quickly as technology makes cardiovascular health more accessible. More tools are becoming available so that individuals can monitor their own health, without as many doctors’ visits. So, what is next? Listen as our guests Dr. Carolyn Lam, a senior cardiology consultant and director of women’s heart health at the National Heart Centre Singapore, and Dr. Richard Nkulikiyinka, a vice president at Bayer and head of clinical development and operations for the therapeutic areas of cardiology, nephrology and pulmonology talk about the future of cardiology, AI and cardiovascular health.

Farming on the Frontlines

Farming on the Frontlines

May 26, 2022

In the previous episode “The State of Food Security,” we explored how the Russian invasion in Ukraine, among other global events, and their implications are triggering a serious food crisis worldwide. In this special minisode, we dig deeper into what it’s actually like to farm on the frontlines. Tune in as Kees Huizinga, a Dutch farmer farming in Ukraine, shares his experience in a country at war, and how everyone can help make strides toward increasing food security.

Episode 5: The State of Food Security

Episode 5: The State of Food Security

May 11, 2022

COVID and climate change have already put immense pressure on our food system. The war in Ukraine only exasperates the situation, setting in motion a larger global food crisis that requires immediate action. Listen in as our guests discuss how we can help feed the world.

Episode 4: Decoding Healthy Aging

Episode 4: Decoding Healthy Aging

March 22, 2022

The average human life expectancy has nearly doubled in the last 100 years. People are not just living longer but yearning to live their entire life to the fullest. And with recent advancements in science and medicine, health, activity and happiness can extend well into the "golden years." In this episode, we chat with two leading healthy aging experts on the latest life-nurturing nutrition, healthcare and education practices and technologies, and why collaboration is the key to keeping the older population strong and well.

Episode 3: The Future of Agriculture and Climate Change

Episode 3: The Future of Agriculture and Climate Change

January 26, 2022

Addressing climate change while feeding a growing population is a challenge, but it’s also an opportunity to reimagine what agriculture can accomplish. Learn from Jess Bunchek, a plant scientist for NASA stationed in Antarctica, and Dr. Klaus Kunz, a leading sustainability and agriculture expert at Bayer, as they share new solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and agriculture’s impact on the environment.

Episode 2: The New Health Awareness

Episode 2: The New Health Awareness

January 4, 2022

Take a look at the future of health. The Coronavirus pandemic has put individual and collective health at the center of attention and accelerated digitalization in many ways. How can this new health awareness continue to improve our lives? The same digital tools that have changed the way we work, shop, communicate, and learn are now rapidly changing how we care for our own health. Listen in as Daniel Nathrath of Ada Health and Dr. Karen Hackney of Bayer discuss how these events may change the way we view our health for good.

Episode 1: The Bio Revolution

Episode 1: The Bio Revolution

December 3, 2021

The life sciences and digitalization are becoming increasingly intertwined, enabling a Bio Revolution with disruptive technologies that could have a big impact on improving our daily lives. In health, this could mean moving from treating to curing and preventing diseases. In agriculture, it’s about moving from producing more to growing better and more sustainably. In this episode, we discuss the potential of the Bio Revolution with Dr. Michelle McMurry-Heath, President & CEO of the BIO, and Dr. Jürgen Eckhardt, Head of Leaps by Bayer.