The sustainable way: voices of action
Sustainability is not an easy path, taken by more and more people and companies that understand the value of respect and sincerity, and of transparency.
Young people are more sensitive to this theme because they know that the future depends on their actions today: that’s why they are asking and working to transform the way we produce and consume energy.
Companies, governments and institutions are also considering the circular economy as an opportunity to be sustainable. This solution, chosen by Bracco Imaging, brings environmental, economic and social benefits that create hope for the future, as we can see in its SUSTAINABILITY REPORT.
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Fulvio Renoldi Bracco, CEO of Bracco Imaging. Member of the Presidential Committee of Federchimica.
Carlo Ratti, architect, urban planner, theorist and academic. Professor at MIT in Boston, founder of Senseable City Laboratory where conducts research in the field of technology integrated into urban planning.
Giulia Grancini, professor of Physical Chemistry-ERC St Grant Principal Investigator, director of PVsquared2 group. Passionate about the environment and sustainability.
Daniele Guadagnolo, European Climate Pact Ambassador in Italy, economist passionate about green marketing and sustainability with international experience.
Gianvito Vilè, researcher in Chemical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, working on integrating sustainability and green chemistry aspects into chemical processes and plants.
Chiara Davanzo, Brand and Communications Director at Storeis, lecturer of Communication for Sustainability at Il Sole 24 Ore Business School and co-founded ZEST Sustainable Ideas.
The sustainable way: voices of action
What do environmental sustainability and sustainable future mean?
We’ll try to map a framework of problems and solutions to understand the how, why and what this path really means for people, companies and for our lives.
GUESTS: Daniele Guadagnolo, Gianvito Vilè, Carlo Ratti, Giulia Grancini, Fulvio Renoldi Bracco
HOST: Chiara Davanzo Zamarian
Impact of AI in Diagnostic ImagingHow can AI transform and help the medical field? In this episode we try to understand how new digital technologies are affecting the diagnostic and precision imaging context, focusing on specific aspects.
GUESTS: Darya Majidi, Paolo Soda, Giovanni Valbusa, Marina Stocchi
HOST: Gianluca Dotti
Women in Radiology
Closing the gender gap and designing inclusive economic recovery, in all fields, is what our society needs. The percentage of women in radiology is increasing in the younger age groups: what is changing?
GUESTS: Elisabetta Trinchero, Nicoletta Gandolfo, Anna Simeone, Michaela Cellina, Regina Beets-Tan
HOST: Gaela Bernini
Precision medicine, past, present and future
Precision imaging has already accomplished a real change in healthcare but it’s still an ongoing, complex and yet unstoppable process.
What are the main challenges that this targeted and personalized approach can address?
GUESTS: Gabriel Krestin, Francesco Blasi, Lucy Costantino
HOST: Luisa Poggi
Art from inside: the application of diagnostic in art
Science and art have always had a tight union. It’s the case of diagnostic imaging techniques developed for radiology that can be effectively used by the art world. Both can be seen as investigative tools on the nature of human beings.
What are the main examples and studies from the artistic world that prove this relationship?
GUESTS: Francesca Cappelletti, Marco Malagodi, Mauro Belloni, Diana Bracco.
HOST: Isabella Castiglioni.
Microbubble in medicine to transform diagnosis and therapy
Have you ever heard of gas Microbubbles used for diagnostic and therapeutic applications?
We are talking about very small bubbles, about 1,000,000 times smaller than a meter, that nowadays are being more and more used and tested in the field of imaging and also therapy, especially in cardiology, radiology, liver, breasts, ovary and so much more.
GUESTS: Emily White, Victor Jeannot.
HOST: Thierry Bettinger.