'Without a vision, the people perish'. This is the mantra that the CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos is using to set a challenge for his space exploration company Blue Origin.
Understanding the world around us is crucial to being able to make clear and well-informed decisions. Neil deGrasse-Tyson shares his concerns about the level of scientific understanding among politicians and the public.
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?
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...
True breakthroughs in any field of endeavour never truly happen alone! Discover how one team is using the knowledge of their peers to push back the boundaries of space-flight!
Competition between organisations can drive innovation to the highest levels...
Making sure you launch when you are ready is more important than the launching when the clock says so.
Covering the earth quickly carries high risks and high rewards so it's essential to be prepared!
If at first you don't succeed, try and try again!
The little-known story of Margaret Hamilton; the woman who not only made sure that Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong landed safely on the moon, but is the mother of software engineering!