NASA recently announced that they found water on the sunlit surface of the Moon. In this episode we find out what they actually discovered, and explore what impact this has on our plans for future space exploration.
The idea of cryonic preservation has been around for more than 50 years. But what do we actually know about freezing humans? Will we ever be able to cryopreserve a human and revive
Firefighters are facing scenarios they’ve never seen before. And as these extreme events become more frequent, learning how to battle them, safely, is a top priority for fire departments around the world. And many of them have found a solution in virtual reality.
Scooters and e-bikes are all the rage in the tech world as companies push to provide easy-to-use options for last-mile transportation. So as Scooters and e-bikes are rolled out in cities around the world, what does the future of last-mile transport look like?
American sports were the first to experiment with instant replay, while systems like Hawk-Eye have been widely implemented in professional cricket and tennis since the early 2000s. But are these technologies making sports better, or should we just embrace human error?
Technology and sports have always been closely intertwined, but not all developments have been well received. Nike’s Vaporfly and Alphafly running shoes have sparked controversy in athletics, raising questions about fairness, equality, and where we draw the line on performance enhancing technology.