What the "facon" is up with sustainable eating? This week on Tomorrow's World, Isla and Stella talk to Dr Rosie Bosworth, a disruptive technology expert about the future of food technologies, ranging from lab-grown meat (cellular agriculture) to how soy roots are used to simulate the sensory experience of animal products.
Hey Earthlings! This week on Tomorrow's World, Isla Christensen and Stella Huggins investigate imposter syndrome - an internal experience of not believing you are as competent as others believe you to be. They speak to some students around the University of Auckland about whether they have experienced imposter syndrome and how they deal with it.
Hey Earthlings! This week on Tomorrow's World, Isla and Stella dive into the world of waste. They interview Dominic Salmon from 3R to find out how people view their rubbish and how people can introduce more sustainable waste management processes into their everyday lives.
3R, The Reimagineers, are a group that designs product stewardship programmes to help businesses take responsibility for and effectively dispose of the products they make and sell.
This week on Tomorrow's World, Isla and Stella investigate the science side of video sharing app TikTok. They discuss whether TikTok is a trustworthy information source, debunk some mistruths and approve some actually accurate science videos.
Isla Christensen and Stella Huggins bring you Tomorrow's World, a new Wire segment that explores how technologies and scientific issues affect people and the future of the planet.
This week Isla and Stella look into Elon Musk's new neuralink brain-chip which he recently demonstrated using a chimp. They speak to University of Auckland cognitive neuroscientist, Dr Paul Corballis, about the technology and what impact it could have on people.