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Ep 8 - Warp TravelMake It Soon
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Warp Travel

Faster-than-light travel is every space-farer's dream. But are we there yet? Marcus is joined by Oxford physicist Patricia Jacob and former Edinburgh Fringe comedy veteran Jack Lewars.

Ep 7 - Organoids and Brains in JarsMake It Soon
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Organoids and Brains in Jars

3D-printed organs and brains in jars are here, but are they more alive than we think? Marcus is joined by Cambridge neuroscientist Silvia Benito Kwiecinski and author Freya Berry.

Ep 6 - Sci-Fi Bugs vs Real Life InsectsMake It Soon
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Sci-fi Bugs vs Insects IRL

From real bugs in space to ants that farm other insects, can mother nature out-weird science fiction? Marcus is joined by PhD insectologist Eleanor Drinkwater and Artificial Intelligence specialist Haydn Belfield.

Ep 5 - Neuralyzers and Memory WipingMake It Soon
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Neuralyzers and Memory Wiping

Remember that time the feds wiped your memory? This is how they did it. (Probably.) Marcus is joined by author and psychologist Dr. Alex Bryant and biotech expert Lucy Wark.

Ep 4 - Tricorders (Pilot Episode)Make It Soon
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Discover the scientists developing tricorders right now, in real life. Marcus is joined by Cambridge scientist Dr. Christopher A. Powell and actor Kimberly Jarvis.

Ep 3 - Predictive Crime TechnologyMake It Soon
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Predictive Crime Technology

You're guilty because an AI said so. Is this the future of justice? Discover the algorithmic bias already in our courts. Marcus is joined by Machine Learning PhD scholar Cody Coleman and actor Alys Williams.

Ep 2 - Artificial WombsMake It Soon
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Artificial Wombs

Artificial wombs are amazing, terrifying, and fast becoming a reality. Marcus is joined by Cambridge scientist Dr. Hannah Copley and journalist-entrepreneur Sally Patterson.

Ep 1 - Droids and DronesMake It Soon
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Droids and Drones

Would you kick a pizza droid if your dinner arrived late? Robots are coming to our cities. How we treat and design them will shape society. Marcus is joined by PhD roboticist Charlie Houseago and sci-fi scholar Charlee New.