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From Britain’s role in the space race and the future of warfare to 3D-printed burgers and pretzel-delivering robots, Big Ideas Live explored how science and technology affect our world.

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Presenter Sarah Jane Mee with science and technology editor Tom Clarke
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Insight into the food of the future from Redefine Meat
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VR dating
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Security and Defense Editor Deborah Haynes with Sally Walker (former GCHQ), Nigel Inkster (former SIS), and Sarah Armstrong-Smith (Microsoft)
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Guests can enjoy exhibits from Maria Nava (Royal College of Art), Echelon Fitness and Stratasys at the Big Ideas Live Innovation Zone
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Lord Martin Rees: “The practical need to send humans to space is eliminated because robots can do the research”
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Redefine Meat is cooking up a (3D printed vegetable) storm
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Business correspondent Gurpreet Narwan with Eben Upton, CEO, Raspberry Pi
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Anti-Aging Panel: Tom Clarke with Prof. Lynne Cox (Oxford University) and Dr. Stephen Cave (Cambridge University)
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AR and metaverse art by Tim Fowler and Tiffany Anna Art
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3D printed innovation from Stratasys
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Meeting the Correspondents: Business Correspondent Gurpreet Narwan with Security & Defense Editor Deborah Haynes and Data & Forensics Correspondent Tom Cheshire
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Science and Technology Editor Tom Clarke with Daniel Korski (Public), former Chief Science Adviser to the Government Mark Walport and Zoe McDougall (Oxford Nanopore)
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Tom Cheshire with former Google engineer Blake Lemoine
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Rowland Manthorpe with Dex Hunter-Torricke (Meta Oversight Board)
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A listener asks a question
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How Digital Investigations Help Get to the Truth – Adam Parker and Sanya Burgess (Sky News Digital & Forensics Unit)
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Oxford Nanopore innovation is shared with the public
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Rowland Manthorpe with Chris Kelly (former Meta), Amber Ghaddar (Web3 entrepreneur), and Cory Doctorow (blogger, writer)
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Science Correspondent Thomas Moore with Mike Moses (Virgin Galactic), Nicole Stott (Astronaut), Melissa Thorpe (Spaceport Cornwall) and Lord Martin Rees (Astronomer Royal)
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