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Empowering Innovation

2 April 2016

Oxford, UK

       Novity Talks    Video Presentation

Our conferences are hosted by Oxford University in order to create the perfect environment which empowers innovation-focused entrepreneurs, students and researchers from all over the world to share innovative ideas and implement new projects.
Meet The Speakers
James Anderson
James is an 18 year old entrepreneur from London, who learnt to code at the age of 7. In 2013 he founded Thinkspace, a space in schools around the world where students can learn how to code, backed by Richard Branson, Steve Wozniak, Stephen Fry & others. They have been covered on Forbes, BBC News, WIRED, The Verge, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The New York Magazine and dozens of other publications. James has spoken at TED, Cannes Lions, Protein, The Science Museum, SSAT & dozens of other high-profile events.
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David Saddington
Influencing UK government policy, establishing his own social enterprise and fronting a media campaign that reached over 3 million people are just a few of David’s achievements as a climate change activist since being impacted by a stark reminder of climate change as a teenager. From a meeting with then Prime Minister Tony Blair at 10 Downing Street, he discussed the implementation of climate change on the national curriculum. Climate change is now an essential part of youth education and he has pushed to expand these education reforms worldwide.
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Andrei Iacob
Andrei is a PhD student at the University of Essex. His background is in the field of computer science, having also worked as a software developer for a short while during his degree. His research is focused on Brain-Computer Interfaces and applying those in computer games. More specifically, he is working towards controlling computer games using only brain signals, in view of making games as well as other daily tasks accessible to disabled people especially. He also looks into attention and the changes that happen in the brain when a person is focused on a specific task. That would lead to better game testing methods and thus to better games, and has many applications in the daily life as well (e.g. driving and road safety).
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George Streten
App Developer
George is a 15 year old web and app developer from Fareham, Hampshire. He learnt to code at the age of 9. In 2012 he was featured on BBC News as one of the UK’s youngest developers in a piece about young entrepreneurship. George has participated in a number of hackathons across the UK in partnership with Young Rewired State & Thinkspace. 
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John Bunzl
Founder of the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation 
John Bunzl is a businessman with a simple and powerful new vision for global governance. In 2000 he founded the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO) and launched the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign. Ever since the Simpol campaign started John Bunzl has worked tirelessly to reach out to citizens, activists, non-governmental organisations, politicians and business people to raise both their awareness and understanding of what global simultaneous policies could mean for humanity, prosperity and peace. John Bunzl is passionate about a range of issues in global governance, from tax justice and regulation of the financial markets; sustainability standards; fair trade; military spending; to global warming.
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Green Templeton College, Oxford

Overview of the Conference

The general theme of the conference was related to innovation. This conference has given the chance to several speakers to share with the audience details of their projects and focus on how their approach is innovative.
The participants were be encouraged to collaborate between each other after the conference in order to start new projects. 
The aim of this conference was to encourage students to become part of a collaborative community which will work together to change the world through innovation. 

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