Xpomet is not only a festival — it’s also a platform bringing together the smartest and best minds in healthcare and life sciences to communicate their passions with each other. We created our podcast Inside Xpomet in order to spread expertise in one of the most accessible ways possible. Whether you are a committed member of the Xpomet community or simply curious about the latest innovations in medicine and technology, Inside Xpomet provides a forum for the latest and freshest ideas in the healthcare field.
Now with over 10 interviews readily available on our site, as well as via our Soundcloud page, it’s easier than ever to listen to some of our most interesting speakers wax lyrical about their work and what they hope to bring to Xpomet. With episodes ranging between 15 to 30 minutes, its the perfect thing to listen to on your commute or during your lunch break. Our episodes have already ranged from the revolutionary power of data collection to the need to find a bridge between EU and China, and the uses of technology in surgery to the latest pharmaceutical breakthroughs, giving Inside Xpomet a real range across the whole spectrum of future healthcare.
If you want to listen on the go, the podcast is also available to download, as well as via the Stitcher and TuneIn Apps. All podcasts are also directly available to listen to from our website as well — you can listen by simply clicking the link here. Check the page often, as we will have new podcasts up and running on our site every few days.
If you are a member of the Xpomet community and you want to be featured on the podcast, or if you have any feedback about the content of the podcasts, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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