THE podcast: Innovation & Impact Summit 2017

Hear from delegates, speakers and journalists at the 2017 Innovation and Impact Summit in Hong Kong

June 5, 2017
Hong Kong
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The 2017 Times Higher Education Innovation & Impact Summit took place in Hong Kong, and was hosted in partnership with the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong. Hear from speakers and delegates at the event, including Jacques Biot, president of École Polytechnique and Timothy W. Tong, president of Hong Kong PolyU. The podcast is introduced by THE editor John Gill, editorial director of our global rankings, Phil Baty, reporter, Ellie Bothwell, and head of content and engagement for the World Summit Series, Tim Sowula.

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