29 episodes

The Next Byte podcast is hosted by two engineers, Daniel & Farbod, who talk about the most interesting & impactful tech/engineering content on Wevolver.com – delivering it to you in bite-sized episodes that are easy to understand, regardless of your background.

The Next Byte Daniel Scott Mitchell, Farbod Moghaddam

    • Technology
    • 4.8 • 26 Ratings

The Next Byte podcast is hosted by two engineers, Daniel & Farbod, who talk about the most interesting & impactful tech/engineering content on Wevolver.com – delivering it to you in bite-sized episodes that are easy to understand, regardless of your background.

    28. AI Policing Social Media, What Marsquakes Can Teach Us, Preventing Lead Poisoning From Solar Panels

    28. AI Policing Social Media, What Marsquakes Can Teach Us, Preventing Lead Poisoning From Solar Panels

    In this episode, we talk about a research out of Stanford University shedding light on the effectiveness of artificial intelligence policing social media, How studying Marsquakes is providing valuable insight regarding the red planet’s origin, and an EPFL effort to prevent lead leakage from solar cells into the environment using phosphate salts.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 22 min
    27. Nanostructured Shields, Balloon Venusquake Detection, 20% Brighter OLED

    27. Nanostructured Shields, Balloon Venusquake Detection, 20% Brighter OLED

    In this episode, we talk about a joint effort between MIT, CalTech, and ETH Zurich to create a lightweight nanostructured material capable of providing better impact resistance than kevlar on a per mass basis, NASA JPL and CalTech students proving that weather balloons capable of reading seismic activity could help us better understand the mysteries of Venus, and how University of Michigan researchers are liberating the trapped light in OLED devices.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 23 min
    26. Hugging Robots, Scalable Solar Fuel, Non-Invasive Spinal Implants

    26. Hugging Robots, Scalable Solar Fuel, Non-Invasive Spinal Implants

    In this episode, we talk about a graduate student’s thesis which resulted in a robot that’ll allow you to hug loved ones that are far away, how artificial photosynthesis might hold the key to our energy crisis, and a novel technique to conduct spinal stimulation therapy via non-invasive surgery.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 21 min
    25. Solar Sailing, Preventing Cyber Attacks, Space Trash Robot

    25. Solar Sailing, Preventing Cyber Attacks, Space Trash Robot

    In this episode, we talk about NASA’s new packable solar sail for deep space travel, how to prevent cyber attacks by fixing memory vulnerabilities, and how flying robots could be the solution to our space trash problem.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 21 min
    24. MIT’s Magic Carpet, Nanoparticles in Your Food, Turning Fabric into Smart Devices

    24. MIT’s Magic Carpet, Nanoparticles in Your Food, Turning Fabric into Smart Devices

    In this episode, we talk about how MIT has built a magic carpet to avoid privacy concerns with human body tracking, an initiative from Texas A&M to track nanoparticles in produce, and the novel approach from Carnegie Mellon to turn household items into sensors.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 20 min
    23. Bird-Inspired Drone Wings, Scaling Digital Twins, Tracking Microplastics From Space

    23. Bird-Inspired Drone Wings, Scaling Digital Twins, Tracking Microplastics From Space

    In this episode, we talk about UMich’s new aircraft wings that mimic birds, MIT research that aims to deploy digital twins at scale, and how NASA is repurposing an old weather satellite to monitor microplastic pollution.

    As always, you can find these and other interesting & impactful engineering articles on Wevolver.com.

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

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Worth the subscribe!

I listen to several tech podcasts and this is my favorite. Somehow they find content to discuss that I don’t hear about elsewhere so their discussions are always fresh. Their episodes are the right length and don’t have all the filler that so many other podcasts have. Definitely worth the listen.

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Podcast Review

As an avid podcast listener, the next byte is easily one of my favorite. I love topics relating to science and tech, especially when it’s about innovation. This podcast does a fantastic job presenting new innovative topics that are easy to understand. They’re concise and well-spoken so it won’t be surprising when this podcast blows up. If you’re at all curious about the crazy new things being invented everyday this podcast is it. They also come out with new episodes pretty frequently which is nice.

fknrd ,

Stumbled on

I just stumbled onto this podcast in Instagram. Glad I did. I’ve never left a review for a anything like this, but I was shocked it didn’t have more like/followers etc. Adding this to my new content notifications. Great stuff.

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