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3D-printed food, NYC rats; a breakthrough telescope and blooms.
Timber, nuclear reactor, regenerative medicine, and re-envisioning the Houston Astrodome.
CineSpace, cybersecurity and 3D printing, the life of a chemist, and California Condors.
Training astronauts; hacking the human body; a middle school’s STEM Day and graphene.
A robotic arm, the Dead Sea, a rare wood collection, and the changing world of plants.
Crab species, warmer winters, 3D printing and medicine; and a regional STEM competition.
High-tech farming, fossil data and fish, nuclear waste, and a space shuttle mission story.
Saving songbirds, the lives of scientists, climate change and examining bones.
A breakthrough telescope that may lead to galactic discoveries.
John Edmark’s sculptures animate as they spin beneath a strobe light.
A look into a culinary quest to make 3D-printed food a reality.
Dr. Munshi- South joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the rats of New York City.
Science Reporter Dave Mosher speaks about his experience inside a nuclear reactor.
An architects plans to re-envision the future of the Houston Astrodome.
A look into regenerative medicine repairing damaged tissues and organs.
A look into a technological innovation that has evolved to transform the timber industry.
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