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Cosmic Perspective: Dark Matter

Dodany: 5 sierpnia 2009

As an astrophysicist, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a unique view of the universe. Hear his "Cosmic Perspective" on dark matter. Audio editing by David Levin. NOVA is produced by...

Cosmic Perspective: Coming To Our Senses

Dodany: 20 lipca 2009

As an astrophysicist, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a unique view of the universe. Hear his "Cosmic Perspective" on coming to our senses. Audio editing by David Levin. NOVA is...

Cosmic Perspective: Northern Lights

Dodany: 13 lipca 2009

As an astrophysicist, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a unique view of the universe. Hear his "Cosmic Perspective" on the Northern Lights. Audio editing by David Levin. NOVA is...

Cosmic Perspective: Finding Planets

Dodany: 7 lipca 2009

As an astrophysicist, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a unique view of the universe. Hear his "Cosmic Perspective" on the search for other planets. Audio editing by David Levin. NOVA...

A Bolt From the Blue

Dodany: 30 czerwca 2009

Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks has come across plenty of odd stories while studying the human brain, but none are quite as mysterious as that of his colleague, Tony Cicoria. In 1994, Cicoria...

Cosmic Perspective: Carbon

Dodany: 30 czerwca 2009

As an astrophysicist, NOVA scienceNOW host Neil deGrasse Tyson has a unique view of the universe. Hear his "Cosmic Perspective" on the element carbon. Audio editing by David Levin. NOVA is produced...

Pitch Perfect

Dodany: 20 czerwca 2009

Learning to sing like the pros isn't something you can do overnight. Over the last decade, though, recording studios have been fudging things a bit with software called Auto-Tune. It lets engineers...

A Life in Space

Dodany: 6 czerwca 2009

For a boy from Costa Rica, being an astronaut must have seemed like a pipe dream. But despite long odds, Franklin Chang-Diaz made the cut. In this podcast, he reflects on hurdles he's cleared on...

Forgotten Genius: Who was my father?

Dodany: 2 czerwca 2009

Percy Julian was a groundbreaking African-American scientist in the 20th century. Long before the Civil Rights Movement, he pioneered a path in a field that was dominated by whites and plagued by...

Forgotten Genius: Percy Julian

Dodany: 22 maja 2009

Percy Julian was a groundbreaking African-American scientist in the 20th century. Long before the Civil Rights Movement, he pioneered a path in a field that was dominated by whites and plagued by...

Sexual Cannibalism

Dodany: 13 maja 2009

In this podcast, biologist Maydianne Andrade explains that sexual cannibalism-a gruesome mating behavior shown of Redback Spiders-is a prime example of how evolution works. Podcast produced by...

The Insider Who Knew

Dodany: 6 maja 2009

NASA engineer Rodney Rocha, whose warnings and calls for action went unheeded, speaks out about the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster. This podcast was produced by David Levin. Interview by Arun...

Speaking Ancient Maya

Dodany: 30 kwietnia 2009

Anthropologist Barbara Macleod says that studying the ancient Maya language offers a unique window into the past. Podcast produced by David Levin. Interview by Rima Chaddha. NOVA is produced by...

Global Warning

Dodany: 28 kwietnia 2009

In this podcast, glaciologist Lonnie Thompson describes why global warming and melting glaciers could impact everything from drinking water supplies to the spread of infectious disease-and even...

More Than Games

Dodany: 21 kwietnia 2009

In this podcast, computer scientist Luis Von Ahn describes how tapping into the countless hours people spend playing games can help solve complex problems that stump computers. Podcast produced by...

Tom and Ray Take Liberties

Dodany: 16 kwietnia 2009

As producer Joe Seamans notes in this podcast, the hundreds of e-mails we've received from our audience for "Car of the Future" have been terrific, with great questions for the experts as well as...

Back To the Moon

Dodany: 6 kwietnia 2009

In this podcast, David Morrison, interim director of NASA's Lunar Science Institute, discusses why he thinks it's important for humans to return to the Moon. Podcast produced by David Levin. NOVA...

Photographing Extreme Ice

Dodany: 23 marca 2009

James Balog has been working as a nature photographer for more than 30 years. His latest project, the Extreme Ice Survey, is helping scientists document the rapid melt of glaciers...

Forging the Inca Empire

Dodany: 16 marca 2009

The Inca Empire of South America lasted just over 100 years. But in that short span, the Incas conquered an area almost as vast as the Roman Empire. In this podcast, Terence D'Altroy of Columbia...

Neil on Hubble

Dodany: 11 marca 2009

In this podcast, our series host, Neil deGrasse Tyson, describes where he'd point the Hubble Space Telescope if he had the chance. He also touches on past debates over whether or not to keep the...