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Reflecting our approach of future-as-a-service, we have engaged our experts in the development of our new-to-industry product; dynamic reports. Unlike most reports, our reports are called dynamic because they are periodically updated as the field advances. Purchasing a dynamic report entitles you to a 1-year subscription where you will not only receive an in-depth, expert-driven overview and analysis of your chosen topic, but also free access to the Supertrends app containing our newsfeed and future timeline. 

Our report topics reflect the most influential super trends of our coming decades. Below, you can explore our current available report subscriptions, and a preview of upcoming ones.  

Current Reports

Current Reports
Supertrends Cultured Meat Report

Supertrends in Cultured Meat

Cultured meat – otherwise known as clean meat or lab grown meat – is produced by in-vitro cultivation of animal cells, instead of from slaughtered animals. It is a form of cellular agriculture that uses many of the same tissue engineering techniques traditionally used in regenerative medicine. 

Supertrends Anti Aging Report

Supertrends in Anti-Aging

Anti-aging is an area of scientific research that aims to help delay, eliminate, or even reverse the aging process. Researchers also hope that anti-aging research can help us to prevent and treat many age-related diseases, thereby expanding both our life and health span. 

Supertrends Anti Aging Report

Supertrends in Quantum Computing

As the world’s computing problems become more complex, today’s devices will increasingly struggle to solve them. Building upon the principles of quantum physics, quantum technology will enable users to address computational problems in areas such as chemistry, finance, defence, manufacturing, and transportation in a more efficient way.

Supertrends Anti Aging Report

Supertrends in Aquaporin and Sepsis

Aquaporins are channel proteins that facilitate the transport of water across cells. Involved in many fundamental functions, it is a new therapeutic approach to many health conditions. Aquaporins are showing promising potential in the treatment of sepsis, one of the main causes of death across the world that desperately needs new effective treatment. 

Upcoming Reports

Supertrends Green Hydrogen Report

Supertrends in Green Hydrogen

Green hydrogen refers to the use of renewable energy to power the electrolysis of water, resulting in an almost entirely emission-free process. The benefits and use cases of green hydrogen – such as fuel sources, feedstock, energy storage and re-electrification – are multiple and rapidly becoming realised. 

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Further insight from Supertrends

Apart from reports, we also create blog posts based on the interviews we conducted with our Supertrends experts. In it, we feature new developments in the respective fields or the specific viewpoint or outlook of the expert involved.

  • <time datetime="2021-02-10T10:24:34+00:00">February 10, 2021</time> | <a href="">Chris Findlay</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Cultured Meat</a>
    Jim Mellon Invokes ‘Moo’s Law’ for CellAg Meat
    | Chris Findlay |
    The latest book by British tech investor Jim Mellon, Moo’s Law, explains why and how cultured meat technology will transform farming and revolutionize our food supply on a global level. In an interview with Supertrends, he discusses the growth and future prospects of cellular agriculture.
  • <time datetime="2021-01-27T15:32:10+00:00">January 27, 2021</time> | <a href="">Chris Findlay</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Cultured Meat</a>
    BlueNalu nets new funding for cell-based seafood products
    | Chris Findlay |
    BlueNalu, a US provider of cell-based seafood cultured in bioreactors, announced last week that it had recently secured US$60 million in financing. This comes in addition to the financing round of US$20 million announced in early 2020.
  • <time datetime="2021-01-15T13:37:10+00:00">January 15, 2021</time> | <a href="">Catalina Sparleanu</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Finance</a>
    The Future of Accounting is Digital
    | Catalina Sparleanu |
    The financial services industry is evolving rapidly, propelled by the rise of new technologies and software. Accounting is also stepping up its pace, striving to implement and extend the usage of electronic invoice systems. Once rolled out on a larger scale, electronic billing has the potential to save costs, speed up transactions, and ease the […]
  • <time datetime="2021-01-15T12:00:25+00:00">January 15, 2021</time> | <a href="">Chris Findlay</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Technology</a>
    Containing superintelligent AI is impossible, researchers find
    | Chris Findlay |
    “I’m sorry, Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” Ever since the release of Stan Kubrick’s film “2001: A Space Odyssey” more than 50 years ago, the sentient supercomputer HAL-9000 has embodied the fear of a superintelligence computer that emancipates itself from human oversight in order to complete its assignment. In this classic movie, HAL […]
  • <time datetime="2020-12-10T07:56:49+00:00">December 10, 2020</time> | <a href="">Catalina Sparleanu</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Quantum Computing</a>
    Towards the First Demonstration of Quantum Advantage in Material Discovery
    New materials can bring tremendous benefits across all industries, from agriculture and construction to telecommunication, aerospace, medicine, the food industry, and the energy sector. However, most of the methods currently used for material discovery are based on trial-and-error procedures that require a significant amount of resources and take plenty of time to develop and implement. […]
  • <time datetime="2020-12-07T16:02:43+00:00">December 7, 2020</time> | <a href="">Jiqing Hansen</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Cultured Meat</a>
    Singapore leads the future of food with world-first approval of cultured meat sales
    | Jiqing Hansen |
    Cultured meat, also known as “lab-grown meat” or “clean meat”, is built up from layers of animal muscle cells cultivated in a bioreactor. Since the debut of a proof-of-concept hamburger patty in 2013, it has increasingly come to the attention of potential consumers and investors. Although the technology of cell culture has been well developed […]
  • <time datetime="2020-12-01T15:33:15+00:00">December 1, 2020</time> | <a href="">Chris Findlay</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Science</a>
    AI network unlocks secrets of protein structures
    | Chris Findlay |
    An algorithm has provided the key to predicting the three-dimensional shapes of folded proteins, opening new pathways for science, including in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases and the discovery of new drugs.  Molecular biologists announced a major breakthrough in the mapping of proteins in the human body on 30 November 2020, after an artificial intelligence […]
  • <time datetime="2020-11-02T08:43:00+00:00">November 2, 2020</time> | <a href="">Catalina Sparleanu</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Quantum Computing</a>, <a href="" rel="tag">Science</a>, <a href="" rel="tag">Technology</a>
    Flying Qubits and Quantum Transistors – One More Piece in the Quantum Computing Puzzle
    Developing components and systems for quantum information processing is a major task with a significant impact on the future of quantum computing. We are at a point where avid research is taking place in multiple directions; every little progress has the potential to shape the future of this industry. Within CEA Grenoble, Dr. Eleni Chatzikyriakou is working on simulating the operation of transistors, thus improving their functionality and performance.
  • <time datetime="2020-10-28T09:46:42+00:00">October 28, 2020</time> | <a href="">Chris Findlay</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Renewable Energy</a>
    Germany sets new record in renewable energy generation
    | Chris Findlay |
    In Germany, one of the world’s economic and industrial powerhouses, renewable energy production increased appreciably in 2020, both in absolute terms and relative to the country’s overall power generation capacity. But as the “Energiewende” (energy transition) progresses, when will consumers see a significant decline in prices? And when will Germany become fully climate-neutral?  News reports at the end of […]
  • <time datetime="2020-10-23T07:30:00+00:00">October 23, 2020</time> | <a href="">Catalina Sparleanu</a> | <a href="" rel="tag">Quantum Computing</a>, <a href="" rel="tag">Technology</a>
    A Paradigm Shift. The Role of Quantum Mechanics in Arbitration, Politics, and Defense
    For centuries, science has been based on Newtonian laws and the principles of classical physics. In the last decades, this ontology started to be questioned, leading to the rise of quantum mechanics. From theoretical simulations and mathematical experiments, these quantum principles soon extended to computer science. They are working their way into different industries, from […]

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