Radical Reinvention November 17, 2022

Can Transformative “Weird Science” Save Supply Chains?

Supply chains need to be transformed, not just optimized, to survive the climate crisis.

In this episode, Deborah explores the “weird science” behind cutting-edge concepts with Tom Van Aken, CEO of Avantium, a plant-based plastics manufacturer, Dr. Anthony Atala, Director of the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine and a bioengineering pioneer, Eben Bayer, CEO of Ecovative, a company that grows mushrooms as an alternative materials source, Tyler Cole, an electrofuels expert and the host of the Net-Zero Carbon podcast, and Zero100 research science director Colin Gilbert. Could the innovations we’re exploring today completely change how supply chains source materials, manufacture goods, and ship products?
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In this Episode

Tom Van Aken

CEO, Avantium

Dr. Anthony Atala

Director, Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine

Eben Bayer

CEO, Ecovative

Tyler Cole

Alternative fuels expert and host of the Net-Zero Carbon podcast

Deborah Dull (Host)

Former Senior Research Director, Zero100

Colin Gilbert

Head of Research Science, Zero100

About the Show

This podcast features conversations between Zero100 and a rotating cast of thought leaders and industry experts sharing their views on challenges related to current events in supply chain, and how solving these challenges brings the world closer to a zero percent carbon, 100% digital future.

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