In September, SpaceX launched the first all civilian crew into space, and recently, William Shatner became the oldest person to visit space. With commercial space flights gaining momentum, what does the future of space tourism look like?
Fusion energy has long been a blue sky ideal of renewable, sustainable energy. It promises large amounts of energy made from readily available fuel and with far fewer safety concerns than current nuclear power plants. While the road to commerciali...
Interest in longevity and life extension is growing rapidly. Perhaps, the pandemic is providing even more people with the time and motivation to research how to live longer. However, the interest has risen as research has deepened our understandin...
Our previous look at the future of COVID-19 was more than a year ago. Since then, the virus has mutated and the long term symptoms of the virus have been repeatedly reported. At the same time, the effects of COVID-19 have continued to disrupt the ...
Quantum technologies have been building hype for well over 10 years. Finally, significant advances in the research are happening proving that these technologies are more than theoretical. How and when should society prepare for the impending chang...
The pandemic turned the tables for many businesses. Major disruptors have slowed down while corporate giants have accelerated. Can small and medium sized enterprises (SME) keep up?
As organizations continue to adopt digital immersion and AI, the world will become increasingly difficult to navigate. How will we differentiate between what is real and what is simply a product of our digital interactions?
The food & beverage industry has been disrupted by changing eating habits during the pandemic. Will the trends be reversed or will the changes endure?
Which skills will be most important for living in the future and how should we mitigate for the growing skills gap?
How will design influence the future and how might the future be different for you?
What will be the differences between Donald Trump’s time in office and Joe Biden’s?
Can China reduce its emissions by 60% in the next 20 years with electrification, renewables, green hydrogen and carbon removal technologies?
By 2022, an estimated 60% of global GDP will be digitised. But watch out, cybercrime damages could cost businesses more than $5 trillion annually within 5 years.
Even before the Covid-19 crisis, the world was off-track in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Can it get back on track to achieve them by 2030?
How should we respond to one of history's fastest periods of extinction?
How do we convert this virus crisis into an opportunity to become more resilient to widespread health shocks?