In this edition of SciTech Now, researchers develop technology to help victims of partner abuse; a museum uses digital technology to help students improve their critical thinking skills; a young entrepreneur creates head impact sensors; a company develops technology to track water usage.
In this edition of SciTech Now, scientists discover a giant aquifer beneath the ocean floor; programs to help students gain experience working with composites; a team works to make skin cancer detection less invasive; citizen scientists in Alaska share information about events on land and sea.
In this edition of SciTech Now, learning how spoken language developed and how our brains manage it; new approaches to eye care; citizen scientists clean trash that is washing up on the beaches of Maui; high schoolers prepare for a spoken word performance on climate change.
In this edition of SciTech Now, learning about John Houbolt, a NASA engineer who figured out how to land astronauts on the moon; a spider's ability to use multiple types of silk for different reasons; scientists develop a wristband that measures cellular properties; a company builds homes for the homeless using 3D printing technology.
In this edition of SciTech Now, cryptocurrencies and the underlying technology known as blockchain; researching the chemicals in our water systems; sampling and photographing bacteria on subway lines; understanding the significance of frogs as an indicator of environmental health.
In this edition of SciTech Now, the bias in artificial intelligence technology; a community advocate helping residents get their water turned back on; a program offering opportunities for students interested in the automotive industry; a phenology trail to help people better understand the seasons.
In this edition of SciTech Now, what we know and don't know about gravity; developing crops that can grow and survive year-round; the reflective proteins inside squid eyes; a high school class teaching tech lessons for the future.
In this edition of SciTech Now, scientists capture the first image of a black hole; what it takes to make tech driven education successful; a massive gull colony at Mono Lake in California; hands on experience using real tech equipment.
In this edition of SciTech Now, scientists create meat in petri dishes; parents question the number of devices in the classroom; developers and engineers in Southern California make skyscrapers and towers earthquake safe using the latest technology.
In this episode, the surprising history of paternity science; what it takes to make tech driven education successful; restoring sight in seals.