Lingrove makes wood without trees and that’s a very good thing because 87% of trees are gone forever due to our insatiable appetite for wood and making things like furniture, boats and houses out of old growth wood which is one of the strongest natural materials in market today. Due to that, the black market for illegally poached wood is around $50 million dollars and deforestation is one of the biggest contributors (20%) to CO2 emissions contributing to climate change. Lingrove wants to change that by making a composite material that acts and looks like wood, only better.
Great work Pete A Turner and Sandra Ponce De Leon
Cyborg Anthropology - Amber Case is no ordinary tech nerd, she is an accomplished MIT researcher, founder, speaker and cyborg anthropologist. She joined us on this episode of Popping the Bubbl to talk about her trajectory and how she came to focus on the intersection of humans and technology through her extensive cross disciplinary approach.
As crypto changes how we define and use money...everything that has value is being re-examined. Berkeley's Ben Bartlett suggests that electrons have value...and talks about his 3-part smart path.
We're also fortunate to be joined by Jeremy Gardner who's leading the way in the crypto space. Get ready Sandra and Pete are going to make you think and imagine where we'll be in the near future.