I’ll go stop by there today and ask them for like a statement or something I can just throw it on here
Here’s their website I couldn’t think of a really good way to summarize in myself.
I’m guessing these stories are just the tip of the iceberg.
@FITorion Wow, that video was really great. That’s the quality of technical reporting I’d like to see from normal news outlets. If that Gate’s Foundation project takes off, in 10 years time we’re going to think that diagnostic medical community was blind for the past 100 years. The difference will be like a person who lived in the dark their whole lives, suddenly stumbling into daylight.
That was one quality guest.
Another guest suggestion
the good folks over at Livin Farms
Vid interview Poland?
In Italy there’s a large satellite conference
InMoov - open source 3D printed life size robot - “Gael Langevin is a French sculptor and designer . He works for the biggest brands since more than 25 years.
InMoov is his personal project, it was initiated in January 2012 as the first Open Source prosthetic hand, it has lead to projects like Bionico, E-Nable, and many others.
InMoov is the first Open Source 3D printed life-size robot .”
NASA is having a briefing on 11/28 regarding the science being delivered to the ISS via Dragon early Dec. I think there are some very interesting projects that could be the subject of discussion on TMRO. https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-highlights-science-on-next-resupply-mission-to-international-space-station-0
I suggest you talk with Dr. Raluca Scarlat
and discuss Molten Salt thermochemistry
She’s from University of Wisconsin
Here is a talk she gave
Comparing Minnesota wildlife with New Zealand or the rest of the world
A big possible wow for the medical field Plants for organ repair? Hope it leads to where they think it will.
Robot construction idea
Cave mapping drone