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V-R Meets The E-R

V-R meets the E-R, Virtual Reality is no longer just for video games. The Medical Industry is utilizing the Technology to teach students how to react during health emergencies. Let’s see how researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio are using the V-R System.  

Drones In The Antarctic

San Diego California researchers are deploying new tools to study the Antarctic’s underwater food web and for the first time they’re using autonomous drones to more safely explore the Antarctic underwater universe.

SciTech Now Episode 520

In this episode of SciTech Now, Tiny injectable devices fighting cancer; decoding NASA’s time capsule; Drones exploring the Antarctic; and tools to learn coding.

Saving The American Chestnut

Chestnut trees are in danger due to an Exotic Fungus that entered this country over 100 years ago. With 4 billion trees being wiped out from this invasive fungus, Researchers are now using technology to keep this tree species alive.

SciTech Now Episode 516

In this episode of SciTech Now, studying the complex interactions between the air and the sea; the electric vehicle charger; and saving the American Chestnut.

The Next Generation of Wireless Networks

Researchers at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City are working to develop the next generation Internet. It’s part of an initiative called Powder-Renew. In this segment, we discover how the program is working to create the next generation internet, by testing the capabilities of wireless technology.

SciTech Now Episode 510

In this episode of SciTech Now, discover how researchers are developing the next generation Internet; the Holy Grail of online commerce; keeping up with the innovations of Healthcare; and the creation of metal Bubble Wrap.

How a Microscope has revolutionized our view of cells

Researchers have created a microscope capable of observing cells in 3-D. With this new technology scientists can watch videos of cells and their natural environments without needing to extract them. Eric Betzig, group leader at Howard Hughes Medical Institute joins Hari via Google Hangout to discuss the implications of this new technology.

Battery technologies that are saving lives

Battery technology innovations are saving lives. At the forefront of these innovations in science and medicine is one of the world’s leading energy storage researchers and most successful women inventors in the United States. Dr. Esther Takeuchi, a State University of New York distinguished professor in materials science and engineering at Stony Brook University joins […]

Safeguarding Honey Bees

Colony Collapse Disorder is a phenomenon that occurs when the majority of worker Bees in a colony disappear and leave behind a Queen. This poses a major threat to populations of Honey Bees. now, Researchers at the University of North Carolina Greensboro are working on innovative ways to safeguard Honey Bees.