The New + the Next

Last Unicorn Standing: Can This Self-Driving Innovator Survive?

The granddaddies of the auto industry are buying up self-driving firms.
The New + the Next

Think Living Spaceships Are Science Fiction? Think Again

Top space agencies and researchers are turning to biology to create spacecraft that adapt like living creatures to survive future missions.
The New + the Next

How These New Planes Will Change the Way We Fly

Get set for the biggest disruption in flying since the jumbo jet — courtesy of fuel-sipping planes named Max and Neo.
News + Politics

The Limits of the Black Tech Boom

A heightened interest still isn't translating into jobs in tech.

The Carlos Watson Show

The Carlos Watson Show brings bold, impactful conversations with culture-defining celebrities, intellectual pioneers and changemakers, spotlighting the voices you need to hear to make sense of this important time in American history.
Good Sh*t

Could This Ancient Water Tech Save Lima?

Reviving an ancient water-delivery system might help solve Lima's 21st-century crisis.
News + Politics

Look Closer: What If They Had a Gym Class and Nobody Came?

Air vents, the worst gym ever OR a billion dollar company's solution to sick days? .
The New + the Next

Can She Beat Bezos and Musk to Beam High-Speed Internet From Space?

Neha Satak’s India-based startup is expanding the universe of satellites.
The New + the Next

The Monopolies of the Future Will Be Chinese — and State-Owned

From energy to utilities and infrastructure, China’s state-owned monopolies are taking over the world.
Around the World

A Plastic Recycling Revolution Is Brewing ... in China

China is no longer taking the whole world’s trash, so it can now take care of its own.
Around the World

Can She Lay the Building Blocks to Help the World's Sewage Pay Off?

Cape Town is running out of water, but professor Sue Harrison might have a solution.

The Weekender

OZY Tribe members near and far provide delicious recommendations for your valuable weekend time.
The New + the Next

Has the World's First Unhackable Chip Arrived?

Turkish-born engineering guru Ozgur Sinanoglu believes he and his team have created a chip that’s tamper-proof.
True Stories

230,000 Died in a Dam Collapse That China Kept Secret for Years

The 1975 Banqiao Dam collapse was a manmade disaster that Beijing kept secret for decades.

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