Bill Nye is an advocate for climate change awareness and evidence-based policy making. In this segment, Nye talks about a new documentary series that follows his fight for science as the solution to earth’s problems. This segment is part of an ongoing public media reporting initiative called Peril and Promise, telling the human stories and […]
In this episode of SciTech Now, we see what is being done to save the sacred Navajo water; Dave Mosher discusses the world’s most powerful rocket; Bill Nye’s warning for the future of our planet; and the challenges that Zoo’s face in replicating the natural habitat of their animals from around the world.
Television host Bill Nye the Science Guy was known in the 90s for his quirky humor, fun science experiments, and his ability to make STEM learning fun and engaging. Nye is the subject of the new documentary titled “Bill Nye: Science Guy” in which he opens up about who he is and what drives him […]
In this episode of SciTech Now, we explore a system that engages students through science; finding new ways for environmental sustainability; a look into the new documentary “Bill Nye: Science Guy”; and the Physics of the hockey slap shot.
In this episode of SciTech Now, we take you into the lab to see how robots are changing the surgical landscape; the science educator, the CEO of the Planetary Society, the “Science Guy” himself, Bill Nye, joins us to talk about his new book and about his Kickstarter project to create a breadbox sized spacecraft powered by the light of the sun; Science Friday shows us how a badminton birdie’s unique aerodynamic shape makes badminton the fastest sport around; and Abalone are sea snails that graze on algae and seaweed, but overfishing and poaching have left them on the edge of extinction.
Bill Nye tells Hari about his Kickstarter project, the LightSail, a revolutionary solar sailing spacecraft dreamt up by Carl Sagan. How does it work? Light, says Nye, gives the spacecraft its push.
Bill Nye sits down with Hari to discuss the inspiration for his book Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation, in which he asks the big question: Where did we come from?
The science educator, the CEO of the Planetary Society, the “Science Guy” himself, Bill Nye joins us to talk about his new book Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation and about his Kickstarter project, the LightSail, a breadbox sized spacecraft powered by the light of the sun.