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Become an Engineer With These High-Tech Building Blocks

May 1 -- Ayah Bdeir, founder and CEO of littleBits, is an engineer, an interactive artist, and one of the leaders of the open-source hardware movement. She spoke with Bloomberg about the impact she hopes littleBits will have on future generations and their relationship with hardware. Bdeir was a speaker at the Bloomberg Businessweek Design Conference and is featured in Bloomberg Businessweek's 2015 Design Issue. (Video by Jennafer Savino, Victoria Blackburne-Daniell.)

Is an MBA Worth It in Today’s Business Environment?

April 30 -- Sunil Kumar, dean at Chicago Booth School, talks with Betty Liu about the value of an MBA as a new Bloomberg global poll finds 48 percent of Wall Street bankers feel that they are underpaid. He speaks on “In The Loop.”

Pale, Stale and Male: In Search of Board Diversity

April 30 -- Bruce Goldfarb, chief executive officer at Okapi Partners, talks about board diversity, the lack of women on corporate boards, and what goes into choosing the right members to serve on a company’s board following Elaine Wynn’s failed attempt to get on the board of directors at Wynn resorts. He speaks on “Market Makers.”

Biohacking Your Body to Open Doors Without Keys

April 30 -- In this week’s edition of Wiring the World, Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio explores the realm of “biohacking.” A growing number of people across the U.S. and around the world are implanting microchips and other high-tech devices under their own skin to give them beyond-human abilities. Inocencio travels to Seattle to watch a needle-injection process and to witness what one pioneer can do with a wave of his hand.