NOVA Education supports STEM education and engagement nationwide through the creation of resources from NOVA's broadcast and digital productions.
NASA designs a mission to crash a spent rocket stage into a lunar crater to detect the presence of water ice on the Moon in this video from NOVA Back to the Moon.
Scientists describe the Moon’s unique topography and explain why direct sunlight never reaches the inside of some of its craters in this video from NOVA Back to the Moon.
This month, NOVA is hosting three events that will dive into how autonomous vehicles work, how they may change the way we live, and whether we will ever be able to entrust them with our lives.
Through a series of video clips, a viewing guide for the video clips, and a community screening guide for the documentary NOVA Addiction, the collection will help students better understand opioids and the disease of addiction.
Learn how biological feedback mechanisms contribute to people’s susceptibility to opioid addiction and other substance use disorders in this video from NOVA: Addiction.
Meet Cade, a high school hockey player, and learn how his addiction to nicotine from vaping has had physical and behavioral impacts on his life in this digital video from NOVA.
With a goal to empower youth to tell stories about the world in new ways, NOVA Science Studio was able to give students exposure to a wide range of careers in STEM, journalism, and media production.