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Snowboarding; the Maker Movement; women and the Space Race; and tracking grizzly bears.
Goosebumps; measuring vision; genome sequencing; and engineering the perfect pop-up book.
A pacifier administers medicine, Climate Monologues; man-made earthquakes; and fireflies.
Spiciness; tech startups go fashion forward; climate on Mars; and digital invaders.
American White Pelicans; Augmented reality; Engineering Hot Wheelz; and a STEM fair.
Digital assistants; the future of fingerprinting; cancer cells; and proton therapy.
Dinosaurs; goTenna; cattle without horns; a tool for film makers; protecting sea turtles
Fat bikes; a shoe that helps stroke victims; clean flight; and managing chronic pain.
The untold story of the African American women who helped NASA win the space race.
A look at the Maker Movement with serial inventor Michael Dubno.
What role does physics play in designing a snowboard?
Researchers at Yellowstone National Park are tracking grizzly bears.
Pop-up artist Matthew Reinhart explains the mechanisms and structures of his designs.
Columbia University neuroscientist, Rudy Behnia explains vision.
The importance of minority inclusion in genome sequencing.
NPR science reporter, Adam Cole explains the science behind goosebumps.
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