Premiering on March 4, the new show 'Dean of Invention' will telecast every Sunday at 10 pm
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | March 2, 2012
Discovery Scienceâs brand new series âDean of Inventionâ joins Dean Kamen on his quest to find the greatest scientific breakthroughs and new possibilities that will improve life for all mankind. The eight-part series follows Kamen as he explores the emerging technologies being developed to deal with the most daunting global challenges of our times. The show will premiere on Discovery Science every Sunday at 10 PM starting March 4, 2012.
Rahul Johri, Senior VP & General Manager - South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, said, âDiscovery Science continues to captivate viewers with its distinctive and high-quality programming. In this revolutionary series, Dean Kamen, the world renowned inventor, will reveal the most innovative technological breakthroughs that can make the world a better place to live in.â
In each episode of the show, Kamen visits the worldâs latest cutting-edge creations by embedding himself with leading scientists, doctors and inventors. From space-age robotics to artificial intelligence to biological breakthroughs, âDean of Inventionâ will reveal the visionary scientific advancements that have the ability to reinvent the future.
Building the Bionic Body: New advancements in prosthetics are changing the definition of what it means to be disabled. Are we entering an era of bionic humans, when disabled people become hyper-abled?
Robot Revolution: After years of being relegated to characters in fantasy and science fiction, robots are finally becoming crucial players in solving real-life problems.
Meet the Microbots: A new age of medicine is upon us, an era of tiny robots with enormous power, including ânanobotsâ that are able to enter the bloodstream, find cancerous cells without anyone's guidance and kill them.
Gonzo for Guano: Unveils how the race is on to develop processing plants that can harness human and animal waste into power.
Forward Motion: Explores what it takes for Americans to find a way to make the needs of tomorrow fit with our need for mobility.
Future Flight: Engineers across the US are working on ways to change the way we think about flying.
Re-gen Revolution: If scientists could grow new tissue and organs in the lab and safely implant them, would the days of desperate patients waiting for organ donors become a distant memory?
Wired Brain: Explores brain-computer interface (BCI), whereby the intentions and desires of the human mind can be read-and translated into action.Â BCI has the potential to unlock vast new potential powers for humankind.