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A preschool class connects with nature, wildlife trade, robots and saving the planet.
Detecting life on Jupiter, sounds of the city; citizen science; and Aspirin of the future.
Coding; the impact of design; and the immortal hydra.
India’s Mars Orbiter Mission, seniors try VR and a Utah girls club builds weather balloons
Acoustic engineering, pipeline leaks; tracking pelicans, and meet the CEO of GM
The speed of light with peeps, climate change, and engineering a bomb-sniffing locust.
Tech-savvy farming, community microgrid, a therapy for soldiers and a pre-k STEM program.
Electromagnetic football, "The War on Science,” robotics summer camp, squid ink.
One preschool class is reconnecting with the natural world in a nontraditional setting.
Author E.O Wilson's recent book details his plan to help save the planet from extinction.
Engineers are using data to help robots walk like humans.
Using data to track illegal wildlife trade.
A discovery that may change the way illnesses like asthma and cancer are treated.
Detecting life on one of Jupiter's moons.
The initiative “Sounds of New York City," aims to map out New York City sounds.
Researcher Caren Cooper speaks about ordinary people changing the face of discovery.
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