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What press are looking for this week + smart phone brain drain and the things NASA could teach Tesla

Good morning! In this week's round up there are some great press requests that you may like to commen
What press are looking for this week + smart phone brain drain and the things NASA could teach Tesla
By Amanda Lorenzani • Issue #9 • View online
Good morning!
In this week’s round up there are some great press requests that you may like to comment on, and a quick glance at some interesting topics that have emerged in the science and tech world which have caught my eye.
PRESS REQUESTS - if you want to contribute please email me on amanda at alpr.co.uk
Student Accountant - What’s the link between personal hobbies or interests and career success? Deadline 17th July
Compare The Cloud - Looking for people to speak for 3-5 minutes on video about the Internet Of Things. Deadline 31st July
Freelancer for a UK national newspaper - Technology in Education. How is the future of education changing because of tech? Deadline 14th July
Economia - Doing business in Vietnam. Deadline 13th July
Channel 4 - Looking for amazing prizes for a new Alan Carr show about to begin “I don’t like Mondays”. Could be year subscriptions to awesome services or products too. Deadline 14th July.
Bring Digital - Need experts to talk about our favourite love to hate topic, corporation tax. Deadline 17th July
Business Travel Magazine - looking for high profile individuals to interview for inclusion in the next issue. Deadline 26th July
Press Association - can technology make breastfeeding easier? Deadline 12th July.
International Business Times - Need info on sleep gadgets or apps. Deadline 12th July
ITV’s “Tonight” show - Looking for victims of cyber crime or hacking to interview. Deadline 21st July.

DISCUSSIONS we’re having at ALPR this week:

The mere presence of a smartphone causes people to suffer brain drain - Workplace Insight
What NASA Could Teach Tesla about Autopilot's Limits - Scientific American
How AI detectives are cracking open the black box of deep learning | Science | AAAS
The Curious Wavefunction: Bottom-up and top-down in drug discovery
On London’s Streets, Black Cabs and Uber Fight for a Future - The New York Times
Too much news and social media can make you stressed and anxious — Quartz
Wishing you a great week and do email me if you’d like to contribute to any of the topics above.
Amanda
(Get in touch: amanda at alpr.co.uk)
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