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Life on Mars, cybersecurity, oils spills and fish, and Newton’s Law on the baseball field.
Turning data into sound, bird-friendly glass, healthy brain and nanotechnology.
Sea turtles, animal societies, an accident turned innovation, and additive manufacturing.
Sea lions; women in space; a massive iceberg breaks free; and gaming in school.
Musk Oxen, biotechnology, students engineers, and a national park battles pollution.
A scientific collaboration, animal-free leather, a new program for veterans, and STEM.
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.
Scientists are building an advanced rover they hope will discover life on Mars.
Scientists are studying the long-term effects of oil spills on fish.
Newton's Law of Motion on the baseball field.
David Brumley speaks of the skills needed to understand cybersecurity.
Saving birds with bird-friendly glass.
A professor turns data into sound.
A company uses nanotechnology to create clean water and cool air,
Researchers are studying the factors that contribute to a healthy brain.