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Super Stars - Science Nation

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to learn more about major climate and historical events dating back hundreds and thousands of years. With help ...

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to learn more about major climate and historical ...

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to ...

Super Stars - Science Nation

Who are the biggest super stars in the universe? For Adam Burrows, an astrophysics professor at Princeton University, it's not who, but what, and they are far from Hollywood, or even earth, for that matter. Burrows would tell you biggest super stars are the stars that die in a massive explosion called a supernova. With support from the National Science Foundation, Burrows investigates supernovae and he has recently created 3D computer simulations showing the actual moment of a star's death. ...

Who are the biggest super stars in the universe? For Adam Burrows, an astrophysics professor at Princeton University, it's not who, but what, and they are far from Hollywood, or even earth, for that matter. Burrows would tell you biggest super stars are the stars ...

Who are the biggest super stars in the universe? For Adam Burrows, an astrophysics professor at Princeton University, it's not who, but what, and they ...

If These Teeth Could Talk - Science Nation

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Peter Ungar is revealing more details about the lives of our human ancestors, and he's doing it through dentistry -- sort of! The University of Arkansas anthropologist uses high tech dental scans to find out more about the diets of hominids, a technique that sometimes leads to new and very different conclusions. While anthropologists traditionally determine the diets of our ancestors by examining the size and shape of teeth and jaws, Ungar's powerful ...

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Peter Ungar is revealing more details about the lives of our human ancestors, and he's doing it through dentistry -- sort of! The University of Arkansas anthropologist uses high tech dental scans to find out more about the ...

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Peter Ungar is revealing more details about the lives of our human ancestors, and he's doing it through ...

Silver Saver - Science Nation

Conservation scientist Glen Gates at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore is working on new ways to protect museum-quality silver from the ravages of time. Fine silverware and silver pieces on display at museums are exposed to air and tarnish just like our silver at home. Every time someone polishes the silver, even under the careful supervision of conservation experts, a little bit of the silver wears away. Gates and colleague, Physics professor Ray Phaneuf at the University of Maryland, ...

Conservation scientist Glen Gates at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore is working on new ways to protect museum-quality silver from the ravages of time. Fine silverware and silver pieces on display at museums are exposed to air and tarnish just like our silver at ...

Conservation scientist Glen Gates at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore is working on new ways to protect museum-quality silver from the ravages of time. ...

Lord Of The Tree Rings - Science Nation

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to learn more about major climate and historical events dating back hundreds and thousands of years. With help from the National Science Foundation, he uses Dendrochronology, or tree-ring dating, to get a snapshot of climate change over time. Stahle can also determine things like the socioeconomic impact of droughts. In fact, in 1998, he made the front page of the New York Times with his discovery that drought could ...

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to learn more about major climate and historical events dating back hundreds and thousands of years. With help from the National Science Foundation, he uses Dendrochronology, or tree-ring dating, to get a snapshot ...

David Stahle travels to ancient forests around the world, collecting tree rings to learn more about major climate and historical events dating back hundreds and ...

Babies And Learning - Science Nation

Are we pre-wired to know right from wrong or are we blank slates who learn solely by our exposure to the environment? The question isn't new, but by studying the behavior of newborns, psychologist Karen Wynn of Yale University believes she can get us closer to the answer. With support from the National Science Foundation, she is investigating the role an infant's social preferences play in how they learn from other people. Wynn and her team put on puppet shows ...

Are we pre-wired to know right from wrong or are we blank slates who learn solely by our exposure to the environment? The question isn't new, but by studying the behavior of newborns, psychologist Karen Wynn of Yale University believes she can get us closer ...

Are we pre-wired to know right from wrong or are we blank slates who learn solely by our exposure to the environment? The question isn't ...

Robotic Arms - Science Nation

Who do you call if you need a little help with some of life's more complicated tasks... like building a car, performing surgery, or even diffusing a bomb? The people at Barrett Technology in Cambridge, Mass., are always glad to lend a hand, or an arm, or both, as long as they're robotic. Barrett Technology is on the cutting edge of developing and implementing robotic technology. We'll head to Cambridge to rub elbows with some of the company's creations, and ...

Who do you call if you need a little help with some of life's more complicated tasks... like building a car, performing surgery, or even diffusing a bomb? The people at Barrett Technology in Cambridge, Mass., are always glad to lend a hand, or an ...

Who do you call if you need a little help with some of life's more complicated tasks... like building a car, performing surgery, or even ...

Bonobos - Science Nation

Duke University anthropologist Brian Hare wants more people to appreciate what the Bonobo chimpanzee can teach us about human nature. The Bonobo is endangered and found in the wild only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Along with the Common Chimpanzee, the Bonobo is the closest extant relative to humans. With support from the National Science Foundation, Hare and his team, including his wife Vanessa Woods, travel to the Congo to observe Bonobos in the wild. Among other things, ...

Duke University anthropologist Brian Hare wants more people to appreciate what the Bonobo chimpanzee can teach us about human nature. The Bonobo is endangered and found in the wild only in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Along with the Common Chimpanzee, the Bonobo is ...

Duke University anthropologist Brian Hare wants more people to appreciate what the Bonobo chimpanzee can teach us about human nature. The Bonobo is endangered and ...

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