In this episode of Science 360 we'll learn about Monarch Butterflies, how a cactus can help clean polluted water, and a new use for porcupine quills. Also we'll sit down with Dr. Susan Goldin-Meadow to talk about gestures.
Fifth-grade students at American Lakes Elementary School present "I Have a Dream," a choral poem honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks. The performance on Feb. 10, 2017 was part of African American History Month.
NASA Ames 2015 Summer Series. If you can visualize a process you can better understand the laws that govern it. The imaging of vascular responses to the variables encountered in the space environment may expand our fundamental understanding of human space exploration and terrestrial life.
The painter and printmaker was one of the most controversial and fascinating personalities of the nineteenth century. Whistler worked extensively with etchings. This film shows the changes in his art and style over the years, focusing on the effects he achieved by experimenting with inking and printing techniques.
This episode of STEM in 30 looks at the continued research on the International Space Station, aimed at better understanding how long-term spaceflight affects the human body. This is an important step toward safely sending humans to Mars.
Peter Baker is the author of Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House and many more. During the program, Baker imparts journalistic wisdom, discusses what it is like to work under three presidential administrations, and evaluates impartiality in the press.
Chicas Latinas de Sacramento donated more than 400 pairs of new shoes to students at Woodbine Elementary School on Wednesday, October 28. The donation amounts to a new pair of shoes for every student at the school.
For forensic anthropologist and “Museum CSI” Kari Bruwelheide, every bone tells a story – sometimes a grisly one. Learn how she examines human skeletons to solve mysteries, including whether Jamestown settlers practiced "survival cannibalism."
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