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Most organisms only have 20,000-30,000 genes, yet the world is full of different species. The University of Zurich's Professor Kentaro Shimizu is exploring the mystery behind this diversity in plants.

  • Tuesday, September 3
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Most organisms only have 20,000-30,000 genes, yet the world is full of different species. The University of Zurich's Professor Kentaro Shimizu is exploring the mystery behind this diversity in plants.
  • Tuesday, September 3
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Most organisms only have 20,000-30,000 genes, yet the world is full of different species. The University of Zurich's Professor Kentaro Shimizu is exploring the mystery behind this diversity in plants.
  • Tuesday, September 3
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Most organisms only have 20,000-30,000 genes, yet the world is full of different species. The University of Zurich's Professor Kentaro Shimizu is exploring the mystery behind this diversity in plants.
  • Wednesday, September 4
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Most organisms only have 20,000-30,000 genes, yet the world is full of different species. The University of Zurich's Professor Kentaro Shimizu is exploring the mystery behind this diversity in plants.

 

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  • Wednesday, August 21
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Integrative research is making headway with machines that directly integrate the abilities of organisms. Catch the latest from odor sensors using moth antennae to power generators using electric rays.
  • Tuesday, August 20
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Integrative research is making headway with machines that directly integrate the abilities of organisms. Catch the latest from odor sensors using moth antennae to power generators using electric rays.
  • Tuesday, August 20
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Integrative research is making headway with machines that directly integrate the abilities of organisms. Catch the latest from odor sensors using moth antennae to power generators using electric rays.
  • Tuesday, August 20
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Integrative research is making headway with machines that directly integrate the abilities of organisms. Catch the latest from odor sensors using moth antennae to power generators using electric rays.
  • Wednesday, August 14
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    In Part 2 of the special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area, visit the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Find out the latest observation equipment revealing new images of the sun and galaxies.
  • Tuesday, August 13
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    In Part 2 of the special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area, visit the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Find out the latest observation equipment revealing new images of the sun and galaxies.
  • Tuesday, August 13
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    In Part 2 of the special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area, visit the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Find out the latest observation equipment revealing new images of the sun and galaxies.
  • Tuesday, August 13
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    In Part 2 of the special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area, visit the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. Find out the latest observation equipment revealing new images of the sun and galaxies.
  • Wednesday, August 7
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    We bring you 2 special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area. In Part 1, visit the National Institute of Polar Research to find out about the hidden signals that help predict the future of the earth.
  • Tuesday, August 6
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    We bring you 2 special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area. In Part 1, visit the National Institute of Polar Research to find out about the hidden signals that help predict the future of the earth.
  • Tuesday, August 6
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    We bring you 2 special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area. In Part 1, visit the National Institute of Polar Research to find out about the hidden signals that help predict the future of the earth.
  • Tuesday, August 6
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    We bring you 2 special episodes from Tokyo's Tama area. In Part 1, visit the National Institute of Polar Research to find out about the hidden signals that help predict the future of the earth.
  • Wednesday, July 24
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Virtual Reality is a booming frontier in video games, immersing the user in 3D worlds. A new controller and small electrical currents are augmenting the experience. This episode explores new VR tech.
  • Tuesday, July 23
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Virtual Reality is a booming frontier in video games, immersing the user in 3D worlds. A new controller and small electrical currents are augmenting the experience. This episode explores new VR tech.
  • Tuesday, July 23
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Virtual Reality is a booming frontier in video games, immersing the user in 3D worlds. A new controller and small electrical currents are augmenting the experience. This episode explores new VR tech.
  • Tuesday, July 23
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Virtual Reality is a booming frontier in video games, immersing the user in 3D worlds. A new controller and small electrical currents are augmenting the experience. This episode explores new VR tech.
  • Wednesday, July 17
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    8K ultra-high definition TV is a 16-fold improvement over HDTV. It can also be used for disaster responses and remote medicine. This episode explores new uses for the stunning clarity of 8K video.
  • Tuesday, July 16
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    8K ultra-high definition TV is a 16-fold improvement over HDTV. It can also be used for disaster responses and remote medicine. This episode explores new uses for the stunning clarity of 8K video.
  • Tuesday, July 16
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    8K ultra-high definition TV is a 16-fold improvement over HDTV. It can also be used for disaster responses and remote medicine. This episode explores new uses for the stunning clarity of 8K video.
  • Tuesday, July 16
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    8K ultra-high definition TV is a 16-fold improvement over HDTV. It can also be used for disaster responses and remote medicine. This episode explores new uses for the stunning clarity of 8K video.
  • Wednesday, July 10
    3:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Dr. Kenji Fukushima is a rising botanist studying carnivorous plant evolution at Germany's University of Wuerzburg. We'll look at his new and rather surprising discoveries from genetic analysis.
  • Tuesday, July 9
    9:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Dr. Kenji Fukushima is a rising botanist studying carnivorous plant evolution at Germany's University of Wuerzburg. We'll look at his new and rather surprising discoveries from genetic analysis.
  • Tuesday, July 9
    3:30 pm on NHK 9.4
    Dr. Kenji Fukushima is a rising botanist studying carnivorous plant evolution at Germany's University of Wuerzburg. We'll look at his new and rather surprising discoveries from genetic analysis.
  • Tuesday, July 9
    9:30 am on NHK 9.4
    Dr. Kenji Fukushima is a rising botanist studying carnivorous plant evolution at Germany's University of Wuerzburg. We'll look at his new and rather surprising discoveries from genetic analysis.