In this episode of SciTech Now a cathedral is using acoustic engineering to better their sound quality; an investigation of the technology that monitors pipeline leaks; tracking pelicans with solar power; and the CEO of General Motors shares her story.
In this episode of SciTech Now, NPR’S Science reporter, Adam Cole demonstrates how to find the speed of light with peeps; Adam Cole joins Hari for a conversation on the speed of light; How is climate change impacting the water cycle?; and a St. Louis lab is engineering a bomb-sniffing locust.
In this episode of SciTech Now, researchers apply tech to traditional farming methods in order to feed earths rising population; a company is creating a community microgrid that will change the way energy is bought and sold; a therapy that can help improve anxiety and PTSD among soldiers returning home from war; and a pre-k […]
In this episode of SciTech Now, creating an electromagnetic football; a conversation with the author of “The War on Science”; an app that helps people manage and invest money; a robotics summer camp; and why do squid release ink?
In this episode of SciTech Now, MycoWorks uses mycelium from fungus to create leather-like goods; metal 3D printing; altering the process of photosynthesis; and a woman driving the automotive industry.
In this episode of SciTech Now, how turf grass is impacting sports; an app and sensor that collects and graphs temperature data for tenants; a British researcher challenges how we look at aging; and innovative technology for people with disabilities.