KSMQ-TV, PBS member station in Austin, MN is broadcasting Season 2 of our 13-part TV series on Women in Science and Tech from Silicon Valley. The series airs on Sundays at 9.30 pm CST from July through mid-September 2018. KSMQ-TV … Continue reading
Dr. Leila Takayama is a cognitive scientist with a deep interest in human-robotics interaction. She is a teacher at University of California, Santa Cruz.
This is a highlight of an upcoming interview with Dr. Takayama where she shares how she got interested in math and science and how she developed an interest in cognitive science and robots.
The Kamla Show presents a TV series on Women in Science & Tech from Silicon Valley. Continue reading
Our TV series on Women in Science and Tech in Silicon Valley continues to air this week on KCSM TV on Comcast 17 and 717 and Direct TV 43 in San Francisco Bay Area.
On Sunday July 1, 2018 catch our interview with Dr. Gini Deshpande founder and CEO of NuMedii at 7.30 pm on KCSM TV.
This interview is part of our Women in Science and Tech from Silicon Valley sponsored b Genentech.
Our 13-part TV series on Women in Science and Technology from Silicon Valley is currently airing on KCSM TV in San Francisco Bay Area. The series features scientists, entrepreneurs, engineers, rocket scientist and an astronomer, who share their journey and how they discovered their love for science and math.
Thank you to Genentech for sponsoring 7 episodes from our series on Women in Science and Technology in Silicon Valley.
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area – you can watch series for the next few weeks on Sundays and Saturdays on KCSM TV on Comcast 17 and 717 and Direct TV 42.
Delighted to share that Utah Education Network (UEN) TV is currently airing our 9-part series on Women in Science, Technology and Business in Silicon Valley. Each episode airs on 2 different days of the week (Mondays at 10.30 pm and Fridays at 430 am on Channel 9 in Salt Lake City, UT.
Here are a couple of screen shots from UEN’s website on our show.
A robot barista whipping up your order of coffee you ask? Yes, meet Gordon your robotic barista at Cafe X. Gordon whips up your choice of latte, cappuccino or espresso from local coffee companies like Peet’s (the first Peet’s opened in Berkeley), Verve or AKA. Cafe X is located at the Metreon shopping center in San Francisco. Supposedly this is the first cafe in the US with a robotic barista.
This video was shot and edited on iPhone 7 plus.
Our 9-part series on Women in Science, Technology and Business from Silicon Valley is airing on PBS College Station, TX on Sundays at 11.30 am CST. The first episode aired on Sunday, Aug 9, 2017 and the last episode airs on Sunday, September 3, 2017.
And, starting on Friday, Sept 8th the series will air on Sacramento’s PBS channel KVIE2 at 6.30 am PST. The last episode will air on Friday, Nov 3rd at 6.30 am PST.
Earlier in July, Austin’s PBS station KLRU aired one of the episodes from our Women in Science, Technology and Business series.
A big thank you to these PBS stations for airing our series in Women in Science, Technology and Business sponsored by Zoho Corp.
We sat down to speak with Nancy Zayed co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of MagicCube, a Silicon Valley startup. Zayed previously worked for Apple, Palm and Cisco before she decided to co-found her startup. This interview is part of our Women in Science, Tech & Business TV series.
MagicCube makes security easy for mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) applications is how Zayed describes their startup. We talk to her about how they came up with the idea for their startup, the challenges of doing a startup and the toll it takes on your family. Startups are not for the faint of heart says Zayed. In early 2017 MagicCube raised its Series A round of funding. They previously raised a seed round.
Zayed developed an interest in math and science as a young girl and credits her primary school teacher for nurturing her interest.We also find out the role of her parents in nurturing her interests in math and science.
Meet Nancy Zayed, Founder and CTO of MagicCube Inc, a Silicon Valley-based mobile digital security startup. Working in a startup demands a lot or time and attention and cuts into your personal life. Zayed grew up with working parents. Her father was a medical doctor and her mother was a pharmacist. What did she learn from her parents when it comes to work-life balance? Tune in to find out.