In this episode of SciTech Now, the physics of snowboarding; a look at the Maker Movement with serial inventor Michael Dubno; the untold story of the African American women who helped NASA win the Space Race; and researchers at Yellowstone National Park are tracking grizzly bears.
In this episode of SciTech Now, the science behind goosebumps, an interview with NPR Science Desk reporter, Adam Cole; how do you measure vision? Minority inclusion in genome sequencing; and engineering the perfect pop-up book.
In this episode of SciTech Now, a pacifier that delivers medicine; meet Sharon Abreu, creator of the Climate Monologues; estimating the likelihood of an earthquake; and learn how fireflies synchronize their flashing light patterns.
In this episode of SciTech Now, spiciness explained; tech startups moving fashion forward; climate history on Mars; and cyber security experts explain the need for protecting ourselves from digital invaders.
In this episode of SciTech Now, American White Pelicans are disappearing from eastern Oregon–meet the citizen scientists who are tracking their flight patterns; how NASA is using augmented reality to train astronauts and explore the surface of Mars; a group of students engineered an electric hybrid racecar; and a middle school is putting on a […]
In this episode of SciTech Now, from cell phones to espresso machines, smart devices are doubling as personal assistants; Bailey McCann discusses the future of fingerprinting technology; Dr. Katherine Luker is working tirelessly to answer the question: what is breast cancer?; and proton therapy is a new, less invasive, way to combat cancer.