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SciTech Now #610

In this episode of SciTech Now, phones can replace the plastic cards in your wallet, the role of technology in schools, the chemistry of cuisine and personal wind turbines.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Joanna Stern

Joanna Stern, Personal Technology Columnist for The Wall Street Journal, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how your phone can replace the plastic cards in your wallet.

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Duration: 00:07:19

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A Matter of Fact: Black Hole

A Matter of Fact: Black Hole

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Duration: 00:02:41

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SciTech Now #609

In this episode of SciTech Now, an emoji for everything, underwater drones explore the secrets of the arctic, protecting our water and combating algae blooms in the Great Lakes.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Emoji

Sophie Haigney, Freelance Writer for The New Yorker, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss emojis and the organization deciding what is worthy of emoji status.

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Duration: 00:05:15

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A Matter of Fact: Waves

A Matter of Fact: Waves

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Duration: 00:01:12

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A Matter of Fact: Core Stage

A Matter of Fact: Core Stage

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Duration: 00:01:05

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SciTech Now #608

In this episode of SciTech Now, sailing into space on sunlight, combating cross-border water pollution, mastering broadcast technology and rapid stroke technology.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Light Sail

Loren Grush, Senior Science Reporter for The Verge, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss LightSail, a small spacecraft that is using the power of sunlight to circle the Earth.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:38

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Documents for Feed 608

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A Matter of Fact: Dark Energy

A Matter of Fact: Dark Energy

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Duration: 00:03:21

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SciTech Now #607

In this episode of SciTech Now, what's ahead in the 5G future, sustainable tree harvesting, tackling the high skilled technical jobs and the unisexual mole salamander.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:46

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Future of 5G

Babak Beheshti, IEEE member and Dean of the New York Institute of Technology's College of Engineering and Computing Sciences, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the 5G future.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:07:33

Station: WLIW


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A Matter of Fact: Earth Sized Planets

A Matter of Fact: Earth Sized Planets

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Duration: 00:01:42

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Shirley Malcom

Shirley Malcom, the Director of Education and Human Resources at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss diversity in the STEM fields and a new diversity initiative, SEA Change.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:06:28

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SciTech Now #606

In this episode of SciTech Now, leading a sea change to bring diversity to STEM education, leading the way to waste sustainability and sustainably raising horseshoe crabs.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Thomas Appleton

Thomas Appleton, host of the podcast The Episodic Table of Elements, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the periodic table of elements and the stories behind the elements.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:03:51

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SciTech Now #605

In this episode of SciTech Now, the periodic table of elements as a podcast, fostering next generation sustainability, the science of surf forecasting and the quest to unlock fusion energy.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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SciTech Now #604

In this episode of SciTech Now, launching a mission to Saturn’s largest moon, delivering the water we drink, an online platform helps keep students in school and the mind of the octopus.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Mosher Dragonfly

Dave Mosher, Senior Correspondent for Space, Science, and Technology at Business Insider, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss Dragonfly, a drone like spacecraft that is going to travel to Titan, the largest of Saturn's moons.

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Duration: 00:06:12

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SciTech Now #603

In this episode of SciTech Now, the first woman dean of New York University's Tandon School of Engineering, the search for life on other planets, the science of the sleeping lemur and strategies for a zero waste footprint.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Jelena Kovacevic

In this segment, Jelena Kovačević, the first woman Dean of New York University's Tandon school of Engineering, joins Hari Sreenivasan in a discussion.

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Duration: 00:07:47

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SciTech Now #602

In this episode of SciTech Now, the powers of the periodic table, a world first 3D system to protect college campuses, the seeds of ghost forests and transitioning to a blue economy.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Ainissa Ramirez

In 2019, the periodic table of elements marked its 150th anniversary. In this segment, Ainissa Ramirez, a scientist, educator, and host of the podcast "Science Underground," joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the periodic table of elements and how it is used today.

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Duration: 00:04:47

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SciTech Now #601

In this episode of SciTech Now, a revolutionary mission to the moon, a rosy solution to clean water, tackling mental health through tech and the science of mudslides.

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Duration: 00:26:46

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Dave Mosher

In this segment, Dave Mosher, a science reporter, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss China’s mission to the moon.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:20

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