What is torque? How do torque and speed relate to each other? Why is torque important?
What is the pancake problem? What is the Hamiltonian path problem? How can bacteria solve these problems? Tune in and learn more.
How can bacteria produce chemicals like isoprene? What is gold chloride and how can bacteria turn it into pure gold? What are some applications of genetically-modified bacteria?
What are the logical problems around faster-than-light communication? What is quantum entanglement? What are tachyons? Tune in to learn more.
What's the difference between data speed and throughput? How does the US stack up against other countries when it comes to data speeds? Where are the data bottlenecks that keep transfer speeds low?
Are there medical applications of holograms? How can holograms help us observe cellular activity? Can holograms help firefighters see through flames? Join the conversation as Jonathan, Lauren and Joe delve into the world of holograms.
How are holograms made? Why is the typical science fiction portrayal of holograms unrealistic? What are some other 3-D visualization techniques? Join Jonathan, Lauren and Joe as they take a closer look at the nuts and bolts of 3-D visualization.
What are the historical roots of speech recognition? Why is spoken language difficult for a machine to decode, from phonetics to grammar and syntax? Why do we still call tech support to speak to humans, and will computers ever be able to replace them?
What is a brain-computer interface? How are EEGs used in brain-computer interfaces? What are other ways to have a brain communicate directly with a computer? Learn more with Jonathan, Lauren and Joe.
What is digital currency? Is digital currency safe? What makes a currency legitimate? Join the conversation in this episode of Fw:Thinking.