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Teeth, dwindling plutonium, saving the white sturgeon, and a science speed-dating.
Superstorm Sandy, the American chestnut tree, using math to fight cancer, and seahorses.
Synthetic humans, making an impact with STEM, tardigrades, and timber rattlesnakes.
A Tuvan Throat singing ensemble, artificial lungs, a NASA Astronaut, and wildlife.
Insect flight, how plants know which way is up? yawning, and a sustainable cemetery.
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.
Pennsylvania State University students participate in a speed-dating science competition.
A dwindling supply of plutonium threatens deep space exploration.
The Kootenai tribe of Idaho is trying to save the white sturgeon.
How does the topography of teeth help us understand the origins and lineages of humans?
Researchers are using mathematical modeling to help fight drug-resistant cancers.
Professor William Powell developed a blight-resistant American chestnut tree.
Biologist Tony Wilson studies the genetic links to seahorse pregnancy.
We visit Fire Island for a look a the scientific side effects of Superstorm Sandy,