Moving to a collaborative society can make the use of raw materials more efficient and local communities independent, improve the use of several products but also foster the best ideas.
Science fiction is becoming science fact as flying cars will soon be providing straight A to B, zero emissions, transportation.
By connecting the brain to a computer it's possible to tackle serious diseases, making more types of brain injuries no longer a limit.
The imagination of Kai-Fu Lee, former president of Google China, takes us into a futuristic world made up of virtual teachers, augmented cities, increased longevity, immersive virtual worlds, as well as vital new issues to address.
The EU-funded PHOTOTRAMA project aims to develop innovative technology for recovering almost all raw materials coming from waste panels, not dispersing polluting metals into the environment and making the most of all the valuable parts.
It's called Lightyear 0, and it promises to amaze: With solar panels on the car, 1,000+ kilometers of driving range between two charges, and an annual solar yield of up to 11,000 km.
Research on psychedelics is growing exponentially. The results when it comes to tackling depression and other mental health issues are striking. In this week's Optimist's Edge, Marco Borsari takes a look at the "psychedelic revolution" in medicine.
It could soon be possible to obtain eco-sustainable buildings which in total are compostable, grow on their own are even able to repair themselves. Learn more about the special component in mushrooms.
Amazing things happen in Costa Rica. The country tops global rankings on happiness, has a very high number of centenarians and 99 percent of the country's energy is produced from renewables.