Is space truly the final frontier? Is there a place even closer that we know less about? The oceans of the Earth are vast and deep and what lies beneath the surface remains largely unchartered territory.
The materials in our modern world are undergoing a revolution. Check out new materials, industrial diamonds and concrete that heals itself like skin.
Billions are flocking to cities, needing a place to live. Futuristic apartments are being built on assembly lines and the furniture of the future plays hide and seek.
Water - it's the key to life, and not as readily available as it used to be. In drought stricken California, brown is the new green. Scientists have invented a weird way to save water.
Future tech is allowing us to look into the ancient past like never before, archeologists are using satellite imaging to map ancient native American cities.
Human beings have been able to survive in practically every environment on Earth - from deserts to the frozen reaches of the Arctic. But what about living under the sea?
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