S03E02 – In the shoes of an Author with Joe Miller on writing a book about the story behind Covid-19 Vaccine from BioNTech


In this special episode of In Your Shoes podcast, I feature the author of the book “The Vaccine: Inside the Race to Conquer the Covid-19 Pandemic” written by Joe Miller, the Financial Times’ Frankfurt correspondent who covered BioNTech’s COVID-19 project. The book covers the dramatic story of the married scientists who founded BioNTech and developed the first vaccine against COVID-19. In the podcast, we briefly discuss the key elements from the book, writing about scientific concepts and the lessons it offers to the world around innovation. 

The book “The Vaccine: Inside the Race to Conquer the Covid-19 Pandemic ” is now broadly available on all platforms. 

You can reach Joe on Twitter at https://twitter.com/JoeMillerJr

The full episode is also available on the podcast page – http://www.inurshoes.com/

This is the Season 3 of the In Your Shoes podcast. The podcast aims to get into the shoes of a person like you and me, and learn about their career stories and experiences. Through this conversation, we will uncover insights and pearls of wisdom which will hopefully inspire you and expand your thinking. .

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