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34 – How Graphene Transforms the Industries of the Future and Why the Time is Now with John Lettow of Vorbeck

34 – How Graphene Transforms the Industries of the Future and Why the Time is Now with John Lettow of Vorbeck

John Lettow is the co-founder and President of Vorbeck (@vorbeck), a high tech graphene materials startup that’s raised over $20.7M to bring the promising future of graphene to today. Today they have several product lines focused on…

30 – Lessons Learned from a Worldclass Science Fiction Author with Joe Haldeman of The Forever War

30 – Lessons Learned from a Worldclass Science Fiction Author with Joe Haldeman of The Forever War

Joe Haldeman is a famed American science fiction author best known for his novel The Forever War (1974). That novel, and other of his works, including The Hemingway Hoax (1991) and Forever Peace (1997), have won…

29 – Why We Are Entering a New Space Race and Where We Go from Here with Fraser Cain of Astronomy Cast

29 – Why We Are Entering a New Space Race and Where We Go from Here with Fraser Cain of Astronomy Cast

Fraser Cain (@fcain) is the founder of Universe Today, one of the most popular space and astronomy sites on online with over 3 million space focused visitors a month. In addition to Universe Today, Fraser co-hosts Astronomy…

24 – AI, AR, Education and the Future of Jobs with Brad Waid

24 – AI, AR, Education and the Future of Jobs with Brad Waid

Brad Waid (@techbradwaid) is an international speaker, influencer and educator with over 15 years of classroom and industry experience. Brad is an industry leader in the fields of educational technology, 21st century learning, culture and innovation and has…

20 – Isaac Arthur on Colonizing Space, the Fermi Paradox and Future of Genetic Engineering

20 – Isaac Arthur on Colonizing Space, the Fermi Paradox and Future of Genetic Engineering

Isaac Arthur (@isaac_a_arthur) is a physicist and futurist who runs popular YouTube channel Featured Science and Futurism with Isaac Arthur. Isaac’s popular channel has over 270k subscribers and 20M+ views and a legion of loyal, insightful fans,…

17 – AI, Education and the Role of Women in Tech and Venture with Ann Miura-Ko, General Partner at Floodgate

17 – AI, Education and the Role of Women in Tech and Venture with Ann Miura-Ko, General Partner at Floodgate

Ann Miura-Ko (@annimaniac) has been called “the most powerful woman in startups” by Forbes and is a lecturer in entrepreneurship at Stanford. The child of a rocket scientist at NASA, Ann is a Palo Alto native…

16 – Launching a Space Hotel 200 Miles Above Earth at $792,000 Per Night with Frank Bunger of Orion Span

16 – Launching a Space Hotel 200 Miles Above Earth at $792,000 Per Night with Frank Bunger of Orion Span

Frank Bunger (@frankbunger) is a veteran technology executive, serial entrepreneur and Founder/CEO at Orion Span – the company that’s building a space hotel (second space station) and looking bring down the cost of visiting and living in…

7 – Satellites, Creating a Renaissance of Space Tech Startups and Combatting Climate Change with Yotam Ariel of Bluefield

7 – Satellites, Creating a Renaissance of Space Tech Startups and Combatting Climate Change with Yotam Ariel of Bluefield

Yotam Ariel (@yotamariel) is the Founder and CEO of Bluefield, a satellite change detection startup that was recent winner of Top 20 NewSpace Awards alongside SpaceX, Virgin Orbit and other innovative space startups. Bluefield use proprietary methane…

1 – Singularity University’s Pascal Finette on Why VCs Suck at SciFi Tech Investing and Why AI and Synthetic Biology are the Industries of the Future

1 – Singularity University’s Pascal Finette on Why VCs Suck at SciFi Tech Investing and Why AI and Synthetic Biology are the Industries of the Future

Pascal Finette (@pfinette) is Fastrack’s Executive Director and Singularity University’s Chair for Entrepreneurship & Open Innovation. He focuses on helping change makers tackle the most intractable problems of our times. He got started on the…