136 videos


  • Do Death Differently!

    Typical care for human remains is a really environmentally unfriendly process. Here's how we can do death differently!

    FW: Thinking

  • How Competitions Are Advancing The New Space Race

    Since the 1700s, science competitions have fueled the field of scientific innovation. So what are some of the largest scientific prizes?

    Seeker Daily

  • Growing Bricks From Bacteria

    In this episode, we look at construction materials and innovative new technologies like growing bricks from bacteria or fungus!

    FW: Thinking

  • Watch Blue Origin Successfully Land a Reusable Rocket

    It was the third completed mission for this particular rocket booster.

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  • Designing Architecture for the Deaf

    A look at a university that is built specifically for the deaf community

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  • When Did Humans First Harness Fire?

    Earth didn't always have the capacity for fire but once it was finally able to, when did our early human ancestors harness its full power?

    DNews Plus

  • Is This The Future Of Gun Safety Technology?

    Following President Obama's call for expanded gun safety measures, one company already has a fingerprint-reading lock ready to go

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  • How Far Would You Walk To Charge Your Phone?

    In Africa, cell phones are revolutionizing everyday life, but there's no reliable energy source to support them

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  • Marty and Doc Reunite for 'Back to the Future Day'

    And life is good.

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  • What Is Machine Learning?

    Computers are starting to "think" more and more like humans. What does that mean and how scared should we be?

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