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From KQED Science and PBS Digital Studios: every one of us started out as an embryo, but only a few early embryos – about one in three – grow into a baby
Every one of us started out as an embryo, but only a few early embryos – about one in three – grow into a baby. Researchers are unlocking the mysteries of our embryonic clock and helping patients who are struggling to get pregnant. From KQED Science's #DeepLook. For other episodes that shows a closer look at life in 4K resolution, check out their YouTube channel -> http://youtube.com/kqeddeeplook
May 03, 2016 at 8:00 pm
Join Amy Andrews Harrell, #MercyStreetPBS' Costume Designer, and Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens of Ignatius Hats for a tour of their home and studio, the Thomas Wallace House. (From Mercy Street PBS)
Join Amy Andrews Harrell #MercyStreetPBS' Costume Designer and Ignatius Creegan & Rod Givens of Ignatius Hats for a tour of their home and studio, the Thomas Wallace House.
May 03, 2016 at 7:31 pm
From her surprising rise to stardom to her untimely demise, rediscover Janis Joplin's story tonight at 8/7c on American Masters’ “Janis: Little Girl Blue.”
Janis Joplin (Jan. 19, 1943 - Oct. 4, 1970) thrilled audiences and blazed new creative trails in rock n' roll before her death at age 27. Janis Joplin: Littl...
May 03, 2016 at 7:00 pm
An expedition eighteen miles off the coast of Mexico is drilling into the seafloor to probe the crater created by the Chicxulub asteroid, the space rock that led to the dinosaurs' demise (From NOVA l PBS Next)
Eighteen miles off the coast of Mexico, scientists are drilling into a crater imprinted by a huge asteroid that struck 66 million years ago.
May 03, 2016 at 6:31 pm
May 2-6, 2016 is Teacher Appreciation Week! Learn about its history in this original video from PBS LearningMedia.
Teaching is one of the world's most important professions. That's why, every May, we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week to honor all the teachers in our lives who have helped us learn and grow.
May 03, 2016 at 6:00 pm
Astronomers from China, Japan, Europe, and the Middle East all looked to the sky in 1006 A.D.
What they saw would go down in history. (From NOVA l PBS Next)
Writings from a millenium ago are aiding in scientists' ability to decipher the universe.
May 03, 2016 at 4:00 pm
Here's an event that's SO RARE, it's only happened once since life has been on Earth. (From It's Okay To Be Smart and PBS Digital Studios)
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May 03, 2016 at 2:00 pm
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