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Remembering Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking had a way of bringing the most cosmic ideas down to Earth.
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Saving Snowy Owls from Airplanes
When snowy owls land at Logan Airport, Norman Smith gives the birds a one-way flight out.
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Do We Live in a Multiverse?
A multiverse could explain why our universe is fine-tuned for life.
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What Is Dark Matter? A New Clue!
A signal from the dawn of the universe may hold surprising clues about dark matter.
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Celebrating Black Scientists
In honor of Black History Month, we celebrate these black scientists.
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Curling, A Great Physics Mystery
To physicists, curling presents the most puzzling conundrum in the Olympic Games.
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The Biggest Puzzle in Physics
Sometimes the biggest puzzle in physics seems like the worst relationship in the universe.
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Wild Ways to Find a Mate
From necking giraffes to monogamous parasites, creatures couple up in unexpected ways.
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What The Physics?! - Q&A
"What The Physics?!" host, Greg Kestin, answers questions from you, our viewers.
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What Is Blockchain?
Here's how a blockchain tracks and theoretically secures the movement of digital currency.
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What Is Bitcoin?
Bitcoin and other cryoptocurrencies—the future of money or hype? Here's what they are.
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Seeing Quantum with the Naked Eye
Simply squinting at a lamp highlights the quantum nature of light.
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Can Tech Save Players’ Brains?
Football is a full-contact sport, but can a high tech mouth guard help save players’ brain
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Does the Flu Shot Work?
The flu vaccine changes from year to year and its efficacy varies. Here’s why.
How might science help avoid tragic deaths caused by landslides?
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