What has a robot got to do with coral reefs? The answer might inspire you.
Coral Reefs.... they may be small, but they are mighty....
Without coral reefs, the world will die. Even though these reefs cover less than 1% of the planet, they
How did a machine of war evolve into the saviour of our oceans? This answer will make you marvel at the strange evolution of innovation.
Submarines... This episode will examine the evolution of submarines and how they have changed the cours
A sea sponge can live how long? And you can do WHAT with a sea snail?? These answers will amaze you.
This episode examines humanity’s research into the oceans for medicinal purposes and delves into marine bio-prospecting. The world’s oceans
Why do we even want to breath underwater? The answer might delight you. As scuba diving technology has advanced, so too has humanity’s understanding and care of the oceans.
This episode tracks the development of humanity’s desire to breath a
When did humanity start to care? The answer might surprise you. Because, you see, humanity hasn’t always cared, understood or considered how our activity impacts the planet.
This episode tracks humanity’s evolution of caring. From fighting
To move forward you need to understand what came before. The Innovation at Sea podcast series will present to our future innovators what has taken place and while great and inspiring innovation has taken place, we need to do better as a societ
How would society survive without the telephone? And how did the evolution of the telephone evolve essentially from 2 tins and a piece of wire, to the global mobile phone network we have now?
Rachel & Melanie take you on an exciting journey o
Power is all around you. Electricity is naturally occurring in nature. Humans have kind of always known this. But how does this power get out of nature and into your home? How is electricity really made?
Melanie and Rachel will share the ev
Who invented the Television? How did they ever get moving images on the screen in the first place? What does the TV show us about our society? How can TV's be innovated in the future?
The invention of the television changed the way in which fa
Refrigerators are considered to be an absolute necessity in most homes, but still around 25% of people in the world do not have access. This episode will make you think about the impact fridges have had on society but also the damage it's cause
The internet has done so much to advance society. We have come so far in such a short amount of time, but have you ever considered the IMPACT it’s had on the environment? This episode will help you understand its innovation and how it could be
From the earliest times, people have needed to find ways of cleaning their clothes. Before washing machines, laundry was done by hand. It was backbreaking work that would usually take a whole day every week and often required multiple members o
Do you know the toilet? I mean REALLY know the toilet. Like, where was the first toilet? What did people do before they had a flush toilet? This episode will really introduce you to the toilet, how it has evolved society it's impact on the plan
Idea Evolution tells the evolution stories of everyday items, wanting to inspire families to consider their impact on the environment and guide future innovators to put the planet first.
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