woohooo i found the radio broadcast;
"Mike Lazaridis is known as a visionary, an innovator, and an extraordinary engineer. In this address, at the 2012 Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Vancouver, Mike Lazaridis traces his passion for ideas and knowledge about how things work. He founded Research in Motion, the company which developed the BlackBerry. Lazaridis describes the value of fundamental research and says courage and boldness are required to continue funding research in hard economic times. The rewards can rarely be foreseen. He sites quantum mechanics and relativity as theories which would change the world, but no one at the time knew how. Nor were the benefits of the laser, the semiconductor, the computer, the internet, medical imagery, satellites or the BlackBerry appreciated when these concepts and devices were first developed."
you can download it here; http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/pro ... as/4053180
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