Deeper Process Knowledge Bodes Well for Better Biopharmaceuticals

Deeper Process Knowledge Bodes Well for Better Biopharmaceuticals

Here is an interesting development in the field of biotech: digital bioprocess replicas. While it sounds like it may be straight out of Blade Runner, the... Details
A Synthetic DNA Factory That Is Building New Forms of Life

A Synthetic DNA Factory That Is Building New Forms of Life

In this DNA factory, organism engineers are using robots and automation to build completely new forms of life. Seeker explores this brave new frontier of... Details
Ben Goertzel on Why the Singularity Will Come in 2045

Ben Goertzel on Why the Singularity Will Come in 2045

London Real interviews Dr Ben Goertzel, the Founder and CEO of SingularityNET and Chief Science Advisor for Hanson Robotics. He is one of the world’s... Details
A Computer That Runs on Marbles

A Computer That Runs on Marbles

The Action Lab explains the Turing Tumble that is an actual working computer with real logic. Details
Nature Has Learnt How to Eat Our Plastic

Nature Has Learnt How to Eat Our Plastic

Life finds a way. Just Have a Think examines how a new bacterium that eats plastic. Details
Lex Friedman Interviews his Father, Alexander Fridman a Plasma Physicist

Lex Friedman Interviews his Father, Alexander Fridman a Plasma Physicist

Lex Fridman Alexander Fridman is a professor at Drexel University and the director of the Nyheim Plasma Institute. He is one of the top plasma... Details
Is Vertical Farming is the Future of Food?

Is Vertical Farming is the Future of Food?

Vertical Farming has come a long way over the last few years. With some amazing new technology, crop yields are increasing while resources required to... Details
Quantum Computing – Spooky Action at a Distance

Quantum Computing – Spooky Action at a Distance

Extra Credits explains the one part of quantum physics that irked Einstein and how they are crucial to quantum computing. This video is part of... Details
Are There Problems That Computers Can’t Solve?

Are There Problems That Computers Can’t Solve?

Tom Scott talks about Hilbert's Decision Problem, Turing's solution, and a machine that vanishes in a puff of logic. Details
How to Learn Anything–the First 20 Hours

How to Learn Anything–the First 20 Hours

Here’s a great TEDx talk about the nature of learning and acquiring new skills. Josh Kaufman is the author of the #1 international bestseller, 'The... Details