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Engineering the perfect pop-up book
Pop-up artist Matthew Reinhart explains the mechanisms and structures of his designs.
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Minority inclusion in genome sequencing
The importance of minority inclusion in genome sequencing.
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The science behind goosebumps
NPR science reporter, Adam Cole explains the science behind goosebumps.
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How do you measure vision?
Columbia University neuroscientist, Rudy Behnia explains vision.
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Learn how fireflies synchronize
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A pacifier that delivers medicine
A doctor adapted the pacifier to invent a simple, medical device for babies.
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Estimating the likelihood of an earthquake
New 3D software can now help estimate the likelihood of man-made earthquakes.
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The Climate Monologues
A one woman show brings the voices of those affected by climate change to the stage.
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Climate history on Mars
Geologist, Sharon Wilson Purdy tell us about the possibility of life on Mars.
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Cyber security experts explain the need for protecting ourselves from digital invaders.
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Dr. Tizzano explains spiciness
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Tech startups move fashion forward
Serial entrepreneur, Brian Hecht tells us how tech startups are moving fashion forward.
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NASA uses AR to train astronauts
How NASA is using augmented reality to train astronauts and explore the surface of Mars.
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Engineering Hot Wheelz
A group of students engineered an electric hybrid racecar named Hot Wheelz.
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Tracking American white pelicans
Citizen scientists are tracking the flight patterns of American White Pelicans.
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Learning STEM with Cyberchase
A middle school is putting on a STEM fair for 6th graders based on Cyberchase.
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Combatting cancer with proton therapy
Proton therapy is a new, less invasive, way to combat cancer.
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The future of fingerprinting technology
Bailey McCann discusses the future of fingerprinting technology.
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From cell phones to espresso machines, smart devices are doubling as personal assistants.
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What is breast cancer?
Dr. Katherine Luker is working tirelessly to answer the question: What is breast cancer?
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Dinosaurs in New Jersey
An attraction in New Jersey is helping visitors picture their backyards with the dinosaurs
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Communicating without service
goTenna is a new device allows you to communicate even when you don’t have service.
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Breeding cattle without horns
Geneticists and biotech researchers are breeding cattle without horns.
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Using AI to score a movie
A new tool for film composers.
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