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From all-knowing AI to holidays in space, GrantTree’s ‘What Comes Next?’ podcast is all about the amazing technologies that will shape our future.
In this episode, Kweku, Amy, and Rob are celebrating (belatedly) 50 episodes and two years of the What Comes Next? podcast.
Rob explains Kitemill’s plans to harness wind energy with high-flying drones. Kweku buzzes over Georgia Tech’s vibration-powered ‘bristle bots’.
Rob shares Oxbotica’s vision for Universal Autonomy, Kweku hails Aqualonis’ CloudFisher and Amy delves into sweat-powered scrolling.
In this episode, we talk to Neal Unitt-Jones, Commercial Vice President of Stratospheric Platforms, a company developing a fleet of hydrogen-powered planes that will beam down reliable
In this episode, Amy talks about 3D-printed houses developed by Project Milestone in the Netherlands. And Rob reports on Spinnova, a Finnish company making sustainable
Amy, Kweku and Rob talk to Phil Davies, Co-Founder of Magway, developer of the world’s first magnet-powered underground transportation system
Robotics company Karakuri has developed the world’s first robotic canteen – a magical machine that can whip up fully personalised meals in a matter of seconds.
Kweku, Amy and Rob discuss four of the most exciting tech stories from the last two weeks: China’s 6G satellite experiment SpaceX’s human-rating certification Samsung’s
Kweku, Amy and Rob discuss three big tech stories from the last two weeks: Octopus Energy’s plan to create 1,000 green-tech jobs, Facebook’s seven-point response
Co-hosts Amy and Rob discuss two of the biggest tech stories of the last two weeks: NASA’s plans to send people back to the moon
In this sequel to episode 18 – ‘Tech vs. The Coronavirus’ – we talk to three more tech companies tackling the COVID-19 pandemic: Distributed computing