54 episodes

From all-knowing AI to holidays in space, What Comes Next? is a podcast all about the amazing technologies that will shape your future.

Each episode the show's trilogy of technophiles will be talking to one of the world's most forward-thinking minds. We'll be unboxing their inventions, sharing their secrets, and exploring what the future holds for technology and the human race.

New episodes are published every two weeks. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Contact the show at wcn@granttree.co.uk. Published by GrantTree Ltd.

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From all-knowing AI to holidays in space, What Comes Next? is a podcast all about the amazing technologies that will shape your future.

Each episode the show's trilogy of technophiles will be talking to one of the world's most forward-thinking minds. We'll be unboxing their inventions, sharing their secrets, and exploring what the future holds for technology and the human race.

New episodes are published every two weeks. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Contact the show at wcn@granttree.co.uk. Published by GrantTree Ltd.

    #53 Cutting-Edge Cannabis (with Grow Group)

    #53 Cutting-Edge Cannabis (with Grow Group)

    On this episode of What Comes Next? we speak with Ian Atkinson Chief Science Officer of Grow Group. Grow Group are redefining the field of cannabis research and development, establishing groundbreaking testing methods with the potential to change the lives of medicinal cannabis users and patients worldwide.

    • 48 min
    #52 A New Voice

    #52 A New Voice

    In this episode we say goodbye to What Comes Next? veterans, Rob and Amy, and hello to our new co-host, nanotechnology expert, Barbara Souza.

    Barbara tells us why we should be excited about the fascinating world of nano-materials, including cutting edge innovations from front runners in the field.

    • 33 min
    #51 A (Belated) 50th Episode Celebration!

    #51 A (Belated) 50th Episode Celebration!

    This week, Kweku, Amy and Rob are celebrating - albeit belatedly - 50 episodes and more than two whole years of the What Comes Next? podcast. The gang discuss the show's highs and lows, share the episodes they're most proud of, reveal the guests they'd most like to invite to a fictional dinner party and disclose their own sprawling visions for humanity's future.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    #50 Traceable Time as a Service (with Hoptroff)

    #50 Traceable Time as a Service (with Hoptroff)

    What Comes Next? is 50 episodes old! Yes, 50! And we're celebrating with a real doozy of an interview. We're speaking to Richard Hoptroff, whose self-titled startup is providing 'digital time for the virtual world' through a truly unique offering: Traceable Time as a Service.

    During a broad and frankly eye-opening conversion, physicist-by-training Richard discusses his long career working in chronology - in which he's done everything from predicting the future with neural networks to dating the ancient past - and explains the growing importance of trackable, synchronised time to our ever-accelerating civilisation.

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    All previous episodes: granttree.co.uk/what-comes-next/
    Twitter: @wcnpod
    Instagram: @wcnpod

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    Questions? Comments? Fiery opinions? We’d love to hear them! Drop us an email at wcn@granttree.co.uk.

    • 49 min
    #49 Ultrasound for Airplanes (with Novosound)

    #49 Ultrasound for Airplanes (with Novosound)

    Amy, Kweku and Rob speak to Dave Hughes, founder and CEO of Novosound, a Scottish startup revolutionising ultrasound technology.

    Novosound's flexible, heat-resistant sensors act as wearables for industrial machinery, providing operators with a constant stream of internal telemetry. This continuous monitoring allows factory owners and airlines alike to anticipate mechanical issues early, saving them millions in downtime.

    Dave talks about the many applications for Novosound's flexible probes, the company's impressive journey to date, and his sky-high hopes for the wider Scottish Startup scene.

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    FIND US ONLINE
    All previous episodes: granttree.co.uk/what-comes-next/
    Twitter: @wcnpod
    Instagram: @wcnpod

    GET IN TOUCH
    Questions? Comments? Fiery opinions? We’d love to hear them! Drop us an email at wcn@granttree.co.uk.

    • 47 min
    #48 Emergency Hypothermia (IOTW)

    #48 Emergency Hypothermia (IOTW)

    Check your calendars. Yes, that's right! It's time for a brand new instalment of IOTW: Innovation. Of. The. Week! Kweku looks at how inducing emergency hypothermia could save the lives of trauma victims. Amy discusses Buffalo University's efforts to convert sign language into spoken word by measuring minute disturbances in the air. And Rob explores the benefits of Current Health's remote monitoring platform to both patients and doctors.

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    FIND US ONLINE
    All previous episodes: granttree.co.uk/what-comes-next/
    Twitter: @wcnpod
    Instagram: @wcnpod

    GET IN TOUCH
    Questions? Comments? Fiery opinions? We’d love to hear them! Drop us an email at wcn@granttree.co.uk

    • 43 min

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