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The Aspen Institute Presents

The Aspen Institute Presents

The most compelling conversations and interviews from the Aspen Ideas Festival.

Design Squad Nation

Design Squad Nation

Educational website for engineering and science activities or competitions.

Innovation Trail

Innovation Trail

Reporting in upstate New York about the economy, technology, energy, jobs & business.

Inside Nature's Giants

Inside Nature's Giants

A team of experts dissect the largest animals on the planet to uncover their secrets.

Nature

Nature

Bring the beauty and wonder of the natural world into your home.

NOVA

NOVA

The world of science is exciting! NOVA science means adventure and exploration.

NOVA scienceNOW

NOVA scienceNOW

Follow host David Pogue and explore the world of science, mathematics and more!

PBS Idea Channel

PBS Idea Channel

Weekly web series that examines the relationship between modern technology & art.

PBS MediaShift

PBS MediaShift

Your guide to the digital media revolution; mobile devices, social media and more.

PBS Off Book

PBS Off Book

Explore cutting edge arts and the artists that break the mold of the definition of art.

Secret Life of Scientists

Secret Life of Scientists

Get to know dozens of scientists and engineers with surprising secret lives.

STEM

STEM

Interdisciplinary teaching and learning of science, technology, engineering & math.

WMHT WORLD Channel 17.3

WMHT WORLD Channel 17.3

Documentaries and stories from around the world.

PBS NOVA News

Early Earth Bombarded by Comets

Comets carrying chemicals necessary for life may have come to Earth billions of years ago.

Hunting Planets

NASA's Kepler mission lets us search for planets orbiting stars outside our solar system.

Is There Life on Enceladus?

Scientists discover evidence for the key ingredients for life on Saturn's moon Enceladus.

Stabilizing Vaccines with Silk

New technology may bypass the need to keep vaccines cold by stabilizing them with silk.

PBS Nature News

Featured Creature: Leaf-Tailed Gecko

The leaf-tailed gecko (Uroplatus fimbriatus) is a large tree-dwelling reptile found in Eastern Madagascar. It gets the name uroplatus - which means "flat tail" - from its broad leaf-shaped tail tha...

NATURE Programs Selected as Film Festival Finalists

Saving Otter 501 is a “Broadcast TV Program” finalist in the 2014 BLUE Ocean Film Festival. The festival will be held from November 3rd to 9th in St. Petersburg, Florida, and honors the best in oce...

Featured Creature: Kakapo

[caption id="attachment_9028" align="alignright" width="610" caption="The kakapo "][/caption] The kakapo (Strigops habroptilus) is a large flightless parrot native to New Zealand. It adapted to li...

Penguins: Spy in the Huddle: About

For nearly a year, 50 animatronic cameras disguised as realistic life-size penguins, eggs and rocks infiltrate penguin colonies to record the tough challenges penguins face from the moment they eme...

NPR Science News

Federal Judge Blocks Texas Restriction On Abortion Clinics

Requiring every center that performs abortions to meet all the standards of a surgical center is excessively restrictive, says the federal district court judge who blocked the state rule Friday.

Volcanoes In Iceland, Papua New Guinea Keep Residents On Edge

Two eruptions a half a world apart have caused evacuations and aviation warnings, but so far no injuries.

As BP Pays For Oil Spill Impact, Some People Aren't Seeing The Cash

The oil giant is paying billions of dollars to businesses hurt by the 2010 spill, but won't pay business owners hurt by a government drilling moratorium that was put in place after the spill.

Rats! New York City Tries To Drain Rodent 'Reservoirs'

Health officials want to reduce the rat population, so they're hiring extra exterminators, sealing up holes and teaching regular New Yorkers how to make homes and gardens less rat-friendly.