In this episode: corals making their own sunscreen, harnessing the dark side for electricity, and bacteria hunting for metal.Read more
Agile decision-making is no longer a fashionable buzzword, but a necessity. Let’s remove it from our bullshit bingo cards and use its principles to mitigate our biases and promote better decisions
In this episode: Raincoat for viruses, drones as new forest rangers, and photonic chips that rock!
Living with the threat of a global pandemic is challenging on so many levels. But what if the change of perspective is an opportunity too? This could be our Monsters, Inc. moment!
In this edition: lamas as heroes, bionic arms with touch sensation, and a photodegradable plastic that disappears in a realistic time scale
Effective leadership is distributed leadership. We need sensemakers, relaters, visionaries, and inventors. And we need them all working together.
In this edition: harping in the fog, shapeshifting materials, and robotic sidekicks for our heroes fighting the pandemic.
After an extended break, I’m now freshly enthusiastic about sharing insights and ideas that inspire me. I hope you’ll join me on this journey; one of the few journeys we can make right now without needing to leave the room!
It was fantastic to host changemakers from all over Europe at our home. The best way I can think of describing that contagious and inspirational vibe comes from my daughter. She describes this kind of energy as ”waking up in the morning wanting to light up the world, not just the room next door”.
In this edition: foldable mini-microscopes for everyone, a lucky strike against obesity and colouring garments with bacteria
What’s your first association when being asked about the country Colombia? Chances are your answer will include crime and drugs. You might even consider it a potentially dangerous country to visit. Let me prove you wrong!
In this edition: Noah’s ark for human germs, mushrooms save bees (and your blueberries) and why you can soon love gummy bears again.
Exciting news: asp. was chosen to be the new Direct Funding Partner of the Vienna Stock Exchange.
In this edition: Surgeons practise on your 3D printed organs, AR smart glasses make hearing impaired love theatre again and waste that lets you fly high.
Technological progress has many benefits. It does amazing things for us on an individual level and humanity as a whole. But there often is a flip side. Simply calling it unintended consequences doesn’t cut it (anymore).