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Season 44

Funders for Season 44 include Draper, 23andMe, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

New Broadcasts

(4410) “Poisoned Water” Additional funding provided by Millicen Bell, thorugh the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, and the Montgomery Family Foundation. 

(4409) “Chinese Chariots Revealed”

(4408) “Building Chernobyl's MegaTomb”

(4407) “Holocaust Escape Tunnel” Additional funding provided by Marjie and Robert Kargman and The Steve Perry Foundation. 

(4406) “Why Trains Crash”

(4405) “The Origami Revolution” Additonal funding provided by The Montgomery Family Foundation. 

(4404) “Ultimate Cruise Ship”

(4403) “Search for the Super Battery” Major funding provided by The Kendeda Fund. 

(4402) “The Nuclear Option”

(4401) “Secrets of the Sky Tombs”

Rebroadcasts

(4401) “Secrets of the Sky Tombs”

(4311) “Wild Ways:” See Season 43 for original funders of this program.

(4302) “Life's Rocky Start” See Season 43 for original funders of this program.

(3914) “Mystery of Easter Island:” Original funding provided by Pacific Islanders in Communications, Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(4222) “Making North America: Human:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4221) “Making North America: Life:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4220) “Making North America: Origins:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4013) “Meteor Strike:” See Season 40 for original funders of this program.

(4216) “Arctic Ghost Ship:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4317) “Super Tunnel:” See Season 43 for original funders of this program.

(4304) “Himalayan Megaquake:” See Season 43 for original funders of this program.

(4313) “Secrets of the Viking Sword:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(4202) “Sunken Ship Rescue:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

Season 43

Funders for Season 43 include Google, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

New Broadcasts

(4320) “Treasures of the Earth: Power”

(4319) “Treasures of the Earth: Metals”

(4318) “Treasures of the Earth: Gems”

(4317) “Super Tunnel” Additonal funding provided by The Montgomery Family Foundation.

(4316) “15 Years of Terror”

(4312) “Great Human Odyssey” Additonal funding provided by the Neil and Anna Rasmussen Foundation.

(4315) “School of the Future” Additonal funding provided by Carnegie Corporation of New York.

(4314) “Bombing Hitler's Supergun”

(4313) “Operation Lighthouse Rescue”

(4311) “Wild Ways:” Additional funding provided by The Kendeda Fund.

(4308) “Can Alzheimer's Be Stopped?”

(4310) “Vikings Unearthed”

(4306) “Rise of the Robots”

(4305) “Iceman Reborn”

(4307) “Memory Hackers”

(4309) “Creatures of Light”

(4304) “Himalayan Megaquake”

(4303) “Mystery Beneath the Ice” Additional funding provided by The Kendeda Fund.

(4302) “Life's Rocky Start”

(4301) “Secret Tunnel Warfare”

Rebroadcasts

(4005) “Building Pharoah's Chariot:” See Season 40 for original funders of this program.

(4212) “Secrets of Noah's Ark:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(3904) “Mystery of a Masterpiece:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations.

(4203) “Sinkholes—Buried Alive:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4305) “Iceman Reborn”

(4121) “Killer Landslides:” See Season 41 for original funders of this program.

(4104) “Roman Catacomb Mystery:” See Season 41 for original funders of this program.

(4222) “Making North America: Human:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4221) “Making North America: Life:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4220) “Making North America: Origins:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4210) “Nazi Attack on America:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4205) “Petra: Lost City of Stone:” See Season 42 for original funders of this program.

(4207) “The Great Math Mystery:" See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4122) “First Man on the Moon:" See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

Season 42

Funders for Season 42 include Google (episodes 4209, 4212-4223), Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Fox Searchlight (episodes 4204-4206) the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

New Broadcasts

(4223) “Inside Einstein’s Mind:” Additional funding provided by Roger and Vicki Sant.

(4220-4223) “Making North America:” Additional funding provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, George D. Smith

(4219) “Animal Mummies”

(4217) “CyberWar Threat:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, George D. Smith, the Montgomery Family Foundation

(4212) “Secrets of Noah’s Ark”

(4216) “Arctic Ghost Ship”

(4209) “Dawn of Humanity:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant.

(4214) “Nuclear Meltdown Disaster:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Montgomery Family Foundation

(4213) “Chasing Pluto:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant

(4211) “Lethal Seas:” Additional funding provided by the Kendeda Fund, Roger and Vicki Sant

(4210) “Nazi Attack on America”

(4208) “Invisible Universe Revealed:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4207) “The Great Math Mystery:” Additional funding provided by the Simons Foundation, the John Templeton Foundation, George D. Smith

(4204-4206) “Building Wonders”

(4203) “Sinkholes—Buried Alive”

(4202) “Sunken Ship Rescue”

(4201) “Big Bang Machine:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

Rebroadcasts

(4003) “Rise of the Drones:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(3516) “The Bible’s Buried Secrets:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, The Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund, the Righteous Persons Foundation, the Skirball Foundation, the Solow Art and Architecture Foundation.

(4120) “Emperor’s Ghost Army:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4014) “Manhunt—Boston Bombers:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4115) “Rise of the Hackers:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4122) “First Man on the Moon:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4113) “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4112) “Escape From Nazi Alcatraz:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4116) “Why Planes Vanish:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(3913) “Secrets of the Viking Sword:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3914) “Mystery of Easter Island:” Original funding provided by Pacific Islanders in Communications, Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(4114) “Vaccines—Calling the Shots:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4119) “Bigger than T.rex:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(4104) “Roman Catacomb Mystery:” See season 41 for the original funders of this program. 

(3711) “Building the Great Cathedrals:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

Season 41

Funders for Season 41 include Boeing (episodes 4103-4105, 4107-4115, 4117-4123) Cancer Treatment Centers of America (episode 4122) the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

New Broadcasts

(4101) “Alien Planets Revealed:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4102) “Zeppelin Terror Attack”

(4106) “Killer Typhoon” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4103) “Ghosts of Murdered Kings”

(4104) “Roman Catacomb Mystery”

(4105) “Great Cathedral Mystery:” Additional funding provided by Roger and Vicki Sant

(4107) “Wild Predator Invasion:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant

(4108) “Inside Animal Minds: Birds”

(4109) “Inside Animal Minds: Dogs”

(4110) “Inside Animal Minds: Smartest”

(4111) “Why Sharks Attack”

(4112) “Escape From Nazi Alcatraz”

(4113) “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets:” Additional funding provided by the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

(4114) “Vaccines—Calling the Shots:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4115) “Rise of the Hackers:” Additional funding provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant

(4116) “Why Planes Vanish”

(4117) “Ben Franklin’s Balloons”

(4118) “First Air War”

(4119) “Bigger Than T. rex”

(4120) “Emperor’s Ghost Army”

(4121) “Killer Landslides:” Additional funding provided by the Kendeda Fund, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant.

(4122) “First Man on the Moon”

Rebroadcasts

(4001) “Doomsday Volcanoes:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(3914) “Mystery of Easter Island:” Original funding provided by Pacific Islanders in Communications, Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(4016) “Ground Zero Supertower:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4022) “Cold Case JFK:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(3601) “Incredible Journey of the Butterflies:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3902) “Bombing Hitler’s Dams:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4023) “At the Edge of Space:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(3801) “Deadliest Earthquakes:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3812) “Surviving the Tsunami:” Original funding provided by the Franklin Templeton, David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4103) “Ghosts of Murdered Kings”

(3904) “Mystery of a Masterpiece:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4009-4012) “Australia’s First Four Billion Years:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4111) “Why Sharks Attack

(3704) “Ghosts of Machu Picchu:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4005) “Building Pharaoh’s Chariot:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4019) “Making Stuff Wilder:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(4020) “Making Stuff Colder:” See season 40 for the original funders of this program. 

(3711) “Building the Great Cathedrals:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4105) “Great Cathedral Mystery:” Additional funding provided by Roger and Vicki Sant

Season 40

Funders for Season 40 include Boeing (episodes 4007, 4009-4015, 4017-4024), Lockheed Martin (episodes 4003-4005) Franklin Templeton (episodes 4007, 4009-4016) the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

New Broadcasts

(4001) “Doomsday Volcanoes:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4002) “Decoding Neanderthals”

(4003) “Rise of the Drones:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4004) “Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby”

(4005) “Building Pharaoh’s Chariot”

(4006) “Earth From Space:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Kendeda Fund, Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4008) “Mind of a Rampage Killer:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4013) “Meteor Strike”

(4007) “Ancient Computer:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(4009-4012) “Australia’s First Four Billion Years”

(4014) “Manhunt—Boston Bombers”

(4015) “Oklahoma’s Deadliest Tornadoes”

(4016) “Ground Zero Supertower”

(4017) “Megastorm Aftermath:” Additional funding for this program provided by the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Kendeda Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, Roger and Vicki Sant

(4018) “Making Stuff Faster:” Additional funding for this program provided by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science

(4019) “Making Stuff Wilder:” Additional funding for this program provided by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science

(4020) “Making Stuff Colder:” Additional funding for this program provided by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science

(4021) “Making Stuff Safer:” Additional funding for this program provided by the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science

(4022) “Cold Case JFK:” Additional funding for this program provided by Roger and Vicki Sant

(4023) “At the Edge of Space:” Additional funding for this program provided by Roger and Vicki Sant

(4024) “Asteroid: Doomsday or Payday?” Additional funding for this program provided by Roger and Vicki Sant

Rebroadcasts

(3905) “Ice Age Death Trap:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3808) “Venom: Nature’s Killer:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4002) “Decoding Neanderthals”

(3107) “Hunt for the Supertwister:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3705) “Extreme Cave Diving:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4006) “Earth From Space:” the Kendeda Fund, Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation

(3714) “Dogs Decoded:” Original funding provided by Pacific Life, Exxon Mobil, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3704) “Ghosts of Machu Picchu:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3903) “3D Spies of WWII:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(4004) “Who Killed Lindbergh’s Baby?”

(3911) “Why Ships Sink:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3913) “Secrets of the Viking Sword:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3916) “Inside the Megastorm:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3604) “Extreme Ice:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Stations

(3711) “Building the Great Cathedrals:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

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(3915) “Ultimate Mars Challenge:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3906) “Hunting the Elements:” Original funding provided by Lockheed Martin, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the U.S. Department of Energy, HHMI, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3819) “Fabric of the Cosmos: Universe or Multiverse?” Original funding provided by David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the National Science Foundation, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science/Fermilab, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3818) “Fabric of the Cosmos: Quantum Leap:” Original funding provided by David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the National Science Foundation, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science/Fermilab, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3817) “Fabric of the Cosmos: The Illusion of Time:” Original funding provided by David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the National Science Foundation, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science/Fermilab, George D. Smith the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3816) “Fabric of the Cosmos: What is Space?” Original funding provided by David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the National Science Foundation, The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science/Fermilab, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3815) “Iceman Murder Mystery:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3813) “Finding Life Beyond Earth:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3810) “Japan's Killer Quake:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3809) “Power Surge:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, The Kendeda Fund, Earth Science program at NASA, the Millicent and Eugene Bell Foundation, Roxanne Zak, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3717) “Secrets Beneath the Ice:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the National Science Foundation, Earth Science program at NASA, HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3709) “Hunting the Edge of Space: Part 2:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Merrill Lynch, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Mt. Cuba Astronomical Foundation, Research Corporation for Science Advancement Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3708) “Hunting the Edge of Space: Part 1:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Merrill Lynch, Pacific Life, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Mt. Cuba Astronomical Foundation, Research Corporation for Science Advancement Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3617) “What Darwin Never Knew:” Original funding provided by Exxon Mobil, Pacific Life, Promega, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation in support of the University of Wisconsin, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3519) “The Big Energy Gamble:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3503) “Secrets of the Parthenon:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, Solow Art & Architecture Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations.

(3407) “Saved by the Sun:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, HHMI, the Lemelson Foundation, PBS Programming Foundation, Richard and Rhoda Goldman Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3403) “Forgotten Genius:” Original funding provided by HHMI, the National Science Foundation, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, American Playhouse, American Chemical Society, the Dreyfus Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Brown, the Drane Family Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3314) “Monster of the Milky Way:” Original funding provided by Google, the National Science Foundation, HHMI, NASA's Gamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3217) “Newton's Dark Secrets:” Original funding provided by BP, Google, the National Science Foundation, HHMI, American Playhouse, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3213) “Einstein's Big Idea:” Original funding provided by Google, the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, the Department of Energy, Universities Research Association, Inc., HHMI, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3114) “Origins: Back to the Beginning:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3113) “Origins: Where are the Aliens?:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3112) “Origins: How Life Began:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3111) “Origins: Earth is Born:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3014) “The Elegant Universe: Part 3:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Volkswagen of America, (Promotional Sponsor: SEED Magazine) George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3013) “The Elegant Universe: Part 2:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Volkswagen of America, (Promotional Sponsor: SEED Magazine) George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(3012) “The Elegant Universe: Part 1:” Original funding provided by Microsoft, Sprint, the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Volkswagen of America, (Promotional Sponsor: SEED Magazine) George D. Smith, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(2809) “Cracking the Code of Life:” Original funding provided by the Park Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(2715) “Dying to Be Thin:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the McKnight Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

(2311) “Einstein Revealed:” Original funding provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the National Science Foundation, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS Stations

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Season 6

Funders for Season 6 include the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, HHMI, and the George D. Smith Fund.

(606) "What Will the Future Be Like?"

(605) "What Are Animals Thinking?"

(604)  "Can I Eat That?"

(603) "How Smart Can We Get?"

(602) "Can Science Stop Crime?"

(601) "What Makes Us Human?"

Season 5

Funders for Season 5 include the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, HHMI, and the George D. Smith Fund.

(506) "What's the Next Big Thing?"

(505) "Where Did We Come From?"

(504) "How Smart Are Animals?"

(503) "How Does the Brain Work?"

(502) "Can We Live Forever?"

(501) "Can We Make it to Mars?"

Season 4

Funders for Season 4 include the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, HHMI, and the George D. Smith Fund.

(408) "Sleep, First Primates, Earthquakes in the Midwest, Sang-Mook Lee"

(407) "Saving Hubble Update, Gangster Birds, How Memory Works"

(406) "Public Genomes, Algae Fuel, Mystery of the Gakkel Ridge, Yoky Matsuoka"

(405) "Moon Smasher, Secrets in the Salt, Bird Brains, Lonnie Thompson"

(404) "The Science of Picky Eaters, Smart Marine Mammals, Sangeeta Bhatia, Capturing Carbon"

(403) "Marathon Mouse, Dinosaur Plague, Franklin Chang-Diaz, Space Storms"

(402) "Hunt for Alien Earths, Art Authentication, Maydianne Andrade, Autism Genes"

(401) "Diamond Factory, Anthrax Investigation, Auto-Tune, Luis von Ahn"

Season 3

Funders for Season 3 include Pfizer, the National Science Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, HHMI, and the George D. Smith Fund.

(306) "Phoenix Mars Lander, Brain Trauma, Mammoth Mystery, Judah Folkman"

(305) "Leeches, The Search for ET, Stem Cells Breakthrough, Edith Widder"

(304) "Bird Brains, Space Storms, Yoky Matsuoka, Smart Bridges"

(303) "Saving Hubble, First Primates, Alfredo Quinones Hinojosa, Killer Microbes"

(302) "Personal DNA Testing, Art Authentication, Capturing Carbon, Pardis Sabeti"

(301) "Dark matter, Of Mice and Memory, Hany Farid, Wisdom of the Crowds"