Tag: innovation

Book suggestion: How Google Works

The author of this book, Eric Schmidt was the CEO of Google from 2001 to 2011 and is now the chairman of Alphabet, the parent company that owns Google. Alphabet was the biggest donor to Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the author helped with her PR. He’s also a software engineer who graduated from Princeton and…

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Were you really in a startup?

Exams have been strenuous. On the day of my birthday, I found myself sitting in an exam hall trying to work out the derivations on non-linear acoustics in ultrasound and feeling like the stupidest guy on earth. For a birthday celebration I met up with a friend and we walked along the river before I went…

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Clinicians innovating with tech is like teen sex, everyone’s talking about, few do it.

Sitting down with a coffee whilst skimming through my LinkedIn and Twitter feed has become a morning ritual for me. It’s a great way to get pumped for the day. Many clinicians and NHS academics share articles about big data, coding and how the future of clinical innovation with bright with tech. But before you think…

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