Investing in the future has always been a tricky business but with the right partners, the future is assured. This week we look at several ways legends are investing the future of energy, transport and music...
Now is the most exciting time to be alive! From every perspective there are more problems and more opportunites to benefit the world and its population than ever before, so who are the people and companies that are doing the best work and why?
When we add value to people, the rewards look after themselves. This week we look at two exceptional examples of this simple rule with Tesla's increased share value and how the first American in space, John Glenn and his contributions, have been honoured.
Peter Diamandis is the founder of the XPRIZE Competiton. The organisation that helped launch the private space tourism industry and lead to the development of the vehicle that Virgin Galactic use in their business. He believes there is one critical lesson to teach kids...
To follow up on the news from last week, we explore more about why re-using rockets is so exciting for our future. While in the UK, we see renewable solar energy take up more and more of the load, marking a sign of the times to come!
Eckhart Tolle helps us to make sense of any loss in our lives and how this can open us up to more positive gains.
SpaceX plans to launch an 'old' rocket to deliver on the promise of affordable access to space, while Lewis Hamilton is enthusiastic about the F1 season ahead.
Legendary Science, Environment & Tech – Retro SpaceX Launch, Airbus Build New Plant And Bill Gates Finds An Energy Miracle
This week we re-visit the what is now the 'old fashioned way' of launching rockets, while Airbus breaks ground on a new training centre in India to supply the growing need for skilled engineers and pilots. Bill Gates also discovers a new breakthrough in the work on turning sunlight, water and carbon dioxide into a usable liquid fuel.
The only man to have won a Grand Prix World Championship on both 2 and 4 wheels has been respected and remembered by the motor racing world. John Surtees passes away after suffering from an existing respiratory condition at St George's Hospital.
Prominent women scientists and engineers are celebrated on International Women's Day, while the Geneva Motor Show unveils some extraordinary ideas! F1 testing comes to an end this week ahead of the start of the season on the 24th of March!