The animal world has long been an inspiration to musicians and artists like GZA, of hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. Could nature offer inspiration for scientists as well?
One of the founding members of the hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan, rapper GZA, ponders the future of medicine and technology's place in medicine.
American rapper GZA reflects on two big issues facing humanity: where we came from and whether we're alone.
Host GZA wonders whether exploring the depths of our oceans might be the ultimate game changer for life on earth. Watch where this thought takes him as he searches for answers.
American rapper GZA wonders where our hunger for new materials might take us as he hosts the latest episode of this Red Bull TV series that looks into the modern world of big data.
To understand the future of transportation, host GZA looks at self-driving cars, pays a visit to the inventor of a personalised solar-powered rapid transit system, and rides a magnetic hover board.
Host GZA investigates the future of musical instrument technology at Mi.Mu and the Berklee College of Music, and freestyles with the future of music at Georgia Tech, United States.
In California, host GZA visits an exoskeleton manufacturer near San Francisco, and mind-control experts in Silicon Valley.
American rapper GZA travels to UCLA and Radiant Images in Los Angeles. Both organisations use virtual reality to augment surgery and media.
Host GZA's journey to discover how we might out-think global warming takes him from a Harvard RoboBee lab, to an underground park in New York, to the world's largest hurricane simulator at the University of Miami.
In his quest to understand the human desire to live forever, rapper GZA finds out how bodies are stored in Arizona, visits a California lab studying the immortal hydra, and goes to Vermont's transhumanist Terasem Foundation.
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