Millennium Talks highlights the most inspiring discussion topics and themes linked to innovations, technology and research. Millennium Talks are events, podcasts and video series.
Millennium Talks with innovation leaders video series
Together with Millennium Technology Prize Partners we proudly present Millennium Talks, with innovation leaders video series focusing on the extensive impact of science-based technological innovations on the well-being of the society and its citizens.
There will be new episode published every week until the beginning of April! #millenniumtalks #mtp2020
Millennium Talks with innovation leaders series (teaser)
Watch the teaser and get inspired! The host Henkka Hyppönen interviews Partners about their solutions for the greatest challenges of our time. Our partners are forerunners of research and technological innovations: Aalto University, FIM, Halton, MetsäGroup, Neste, Nokia, Outotec and Vaisala.
Wireless infrastructure is everywhere. Nokia is creating 5G technology to connect the world wirelessly and enable new possibilities for IoT solutions. Our host Henkka Hyppönen and Marcus Weldon, Corporate Chief Technology Officer and President at Nokia Bell Labs discuss how wireless infrastructure can increase our well-being.
The modern society needs sustainable energy and producing renewable diesel is one of the key solutions for the growing need. The Host Henkka Hyppönen discusses with Neste’s Senior Vice President, Innovations Lars Peter Lindfors about how to respond the pressure on reducing the effects of climate change!
Could wood-based textile ﬁbers change the way we produce clothing? Watch the Millennium Talks with innovation leaders video with Metsä Group’s Niklas von Weymarn to learn more about responding to the pressure on ﬁnding more sustainable raw materials!
Technological development requires more copper than we have today but increasing metal production will also increase the environmental effect. What is Outotec’s solution? In episode one the host Henkka Hyppönen interviews Outotec’s Techology Director Mari Lindgren.