What makes a supervolcano so super? How likely is an eruption? And what would actually happen?
Radar is a cool technology. We explain how it works and what radar has in store in the future!
Could a high tech engine violate the laws of physics? What is a reactionless drive? We examine the claims and criticisms of the EmDrive.
What is the Tesla Powerwall? Does it make sense for people to buy one? We take a look.
What is DARPA all about? We take a look at some of the R&D projects overseen by the organization.
A Russian man plans to be the world's first head transplant patient. Is such a thing possible? We look at the story and the future of transplants.
In a continuation of our discussion about sound, we look at non-medical applications of sonic technology. From smartphone controls to levitation, we explore the future of sound.
Sound is pretty amazing. In this episode, we look at ways scientists, engineers and doctors will use sound in the future to transform our world.
The flip side of artificial intelligence is that it will be harder for us to be sure the person we're talking to is actually a person. Are there tricks to spotting a bot on the web?
Nuclear power is used for giant vehicles like aircraft carriers or stealthy ones like submarines, but why isn't it everywhere? Could you have a nuclear-powered car?