Pandemic Aftermath […] is a well-thought-out and well-researched book on Coronavirus mixed with facts, stats, and future scenarios – at times the book sounds part dystopian, and many a time it looks like a futuristic […]
These are the show notes from The Future of Beverages, initially published on June 30, 2020, where futurist Trond Arne Undheim’s interview with Ronan McGovern, MIT alum with a PhD in mechanical engineering, serial entrepreneur […]
That the Covid-19 pandemic would have cascading impacts was predictable. But what’s next and why? To find out, I spoke with Trond Undheim, futurist, CEO, and author of the forthcoming The Pandemic Aftermath: How Coronavirus […]
In this interview with the HJ Book Blog, Trond Undheim answers ten questions: See the full author interview with Trond Undheim on HJ Book Blog.
1618 Words offers readers “short burst of stories from aspiring and popular authors”. Today’s feature is from chapter 4 of my book Pandemic Aftermath which was just published as a Kindle ebook exclusive. See the […]
I usually side with scientists, policy makers and parents. Each role can only be carried out well with trust. Personally, I have missed a steady hand in government in the US, in the UK, in […]
By Gary Epler, M.D., Harvard Medical School and Trond A. Undheim, Ph.D., Futurist, Founder of Yegii, Inc. The media universe is drawn to negativity. Bloggers exploit this fully, but national media also pick extreme angles. […]