Season 3: UNC-TV Science Season 3

UNC-TV Science looks at science in the old North State and provides educational assets to teachers in the state to use in the class room to increase science literacy in the Tar Heel State.

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science What's living in your house besides humans?

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What's living in your house besides humans?

Follow along as producers hunt for bugs in their home with a bug expert.

What's living in your house besides humans?

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science How Marvel incorporates science in their movies

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How Marvel incorporates science in their movies

Clifford Johnson uses his Marvel consultant role to introduce science to the public.

How Marvel incorporates science in their movies

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science What does the science advisor to Marvel actually do?

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What does the science advisor to Marvel actually do?

Meet Clifford Johnson, Ph.D., theoretical astrophysicist and Marvel movies science advisor

What does the science advisor to Marvel actually do?

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science How to operate an oyster farm in North Carolina

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How to operate an oyster farm in North Carolina

Ryan Bethea gave up teaching to become one of N.C.'s only oyster famers.

How to operate an oyster farm in North Carolina

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Lenoir-Rhyne tracks herons with Fitbit-like technology

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Lenoir-Rhyne tracks herons with Fitbit-like technology

Researchers at Lenoir-Rhyne University outfit herons with GPS and Fitbit-like trackers.

Lenoir-Rhyne tracks herons with Fitbit-like technology

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Saving ocean fisheries, one bait cake at a time

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Saving ocean fisheries, one bait cake at a time

Forage fish stocks are overused, but this Greensboro startup has a solution.

Saving ocean fisheries, one bait cake at a time

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Why NC State has 1.2 million bugs on file

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Why NC State has 1.2 million bugs on file

Large and small, flying or crawling or jumping, NC State's bug collection has it all.

Why NC State has 1.2 million bugs on file

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Three reasons to value salt marshes

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Three reasons to value salt marshes

Coastal hardening threatens salt marshes. Here's why we should care.

Three reasons to value salt marshes

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science What happens in a marsh at night

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What happens in a marsh at night

We follow students on their research project to find out what happens at night in a marsh.

What happens in a marsh at night

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science How this insulated mug keeps coffee hot for hours

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How this insulated mug keeps coffee hot for hours

The Joeveo mug keeps drinks the perfect temperature. Find out how it works.

How this insulated mug keeps coffee hot for hours

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Bacchus gets a makeover

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Bacchus gets a makeover

Find out why the sculpture of Bacchus is getting pulled apart.

Bacchus gets a makeover

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Using bugs to track like dogs

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Using bugs to track like dogs

It turns out you can train sensor bugs the same way you can train dogs: through smell.

Using bugs to track like dogs

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science What Cassini Found

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What Cassini Found

NASA's Cassini mission discovered some intriguing information about one of Saturn's moons.

What Cassini Found

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science The Science of Baseball

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The Science of Baseball

Newton’s laws of motion and many other principles of physics play out on the ballfield.

The Science of Baseball

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Hurricane Hunters

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Hurricane Hunters

Find out why some pilots fly directly into storms.

Hurricane Hunters

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Awesome Totality

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Awesome Totality

Find out how Einstein used the 1919 solar eclipse to prove his theory of relativity.

Awesome Totality

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Five Phases of Solar Eclipse

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Five Phases of Solar Eclipse

What causes a solar eclipse, and how often do they occur? The answers might surprise you.

Five Phases of Solar Eclipse

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Protists

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Protists

Learn about protists, single-cell organisms that are neither animal nor plant.

Protists

Video thumbnail: UNC-TV Science Plant Respiration

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Plant Respiration

Cellular respiration breaks down the food that photosynthesis produces.

Plant Respiration

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Photosynthesis

Learn about photosynthesis, the process that powers the world.

Photosynthesis

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