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Sci-Tech Now

SciTech Now captures the latest breakthroughs in science, technology and innovation. With anchor Hari Sreenivasan, we check out the hottest gadgets, meet the innovators creating the startups of tomorrow and map out the mysteries of the scientific world.

Sci-Tech Now  
  • Toxic Living
    Wednesday, April 1
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A Texas based startup is looking to leverage the same technology used in fighting cancer to help mitigate invasive Zebra Mussel infestations in bodies of water around the country. Scientist, author, and self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses how scientist Albert Einstein is connected to our G.P.S. Systems. We take a look at the fight against pollution in Detroit, Michigan. And we visit a cybersecurity conference where students learn about the growth of information technology.
  • Toxic Living
    Saturday, April 4
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A Texas based startup is looking to leverage the same technology used in fighting cancer to help mitigate invasive Zebra Mussel infestations in bodies of water around the country. Scientist, author, and self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses how scientist Albert Einstein is connected to our G.P.S. Systems. We take a look at the fight against pollution in Detroit, Michigan. And we visit a cybersecurity conference where students learn about the growth of information technology.
  • Critical Thinking Quest
    Monday, April 6
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, researchers a Cornell Tech in New York are working to develop technology that can help victims of abuse. The Natural History Museum of Utah is using technology to help students improve their critical thinking skills. A young entrepreneur is disrupting the way we detect head injuries in sports. And we take a look at how smart technology can help us all conserve water.
  • Critical Thinking Quest
    Wednesday, April 8
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, researchers a Cornell Tech in New York are working to develop technology that can help victims of abuse. The Natural History Museum of Utah is using technology to help students improve their critical thinking skills. A young entrepreneur is disrupting the way we detect head injuries in sports. And we take a look at how smart technology can help us all conserve water.
  • Critical Thinking Quest
    Saturday, April 11
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, researchers a Cornell Tech in New York are working to develop technology that can help victims of abuse. The Natural History Museum of Utah is using technology to help students improve their critical thinking skills. A young entrepreneur is disrupting the way we detect head injuries in sports. And we take a look at how smart technology can help us all conserve water.
  • Life Saving Tech
    Monday, April 13
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Science reporter, Dave Mosher, joins us to discuss China’s mission to the moon. There is more to a rose than just its beauty. An associate professor at the University of Texas is using the rose as inspiration for a new water filtration device. In the face of a growing mental health crisis among its youth, the state of Utah has created an app that gives students 24/7 help through chats and tip lines. And we find out what scientists are doing to learn more about mudslides and debris flow.
  • Life Saving Tech
    Wednesday, April 15
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Science reporter, Dave Mosher, joins us to discuss China’s mission to the moon. There is more to a rose than just its beauty. An associate professor at the University of Texas is using the rose as inspiration for a new water filtration device. In the face of a growing mental health crisis among its youth, the state of Utah has created an app that gives students 24/7 help through chats and tip lines. And we find out what scientists are doing to learn more about mudslides and debris flow.
  • Life Saving Tech
    Saturday, April 18
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Science reporter, Dave Mosher, joins us to discuss China’s mission to the moon. There is more to a rose than just its beauty. An associate professor at the University of Texas is using the rose as inspiration for a new water filtration device. In the face of a growing mental health crisis among its youth, the state of Utah has created an app that gives students 24/7 help through chats and tip lines. And we find out what scientists are doing to learn more about mudslides and debris flow.
  • Ghost Forests
    Monday, April 20
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In 2019, the Periodic Table of Elements marked its one hundred and fiftieth anniversary. Scientist, educator and host of Science Underground, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses the power of the periodic table and how modern chemist use it today. We take a look at Texas A& M’s indoor positioning system, the first of its kind, which provides a safer environment for students. The accelerated spread of ghost forests over the past decade has ecologist alarmed, eager to understand how they’re formed, and what effect they’ll have regionally and globally. And we take a look at the risks, rewards, and opportunities of a blue economy.
  • Ghost Forests
    Wednesday, April 22
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In 2019, the Periodic Table of Elements marked its one hundred and fiftieth anniversary. Scientist, educator and host of Science Underground, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses the power of the periodic table and how modern chemist use it today. We take a look at Texas A& M’s indoor positioning system, the first of its kind, which provides a safer environment for students. The accelerated spread of ghost forests over the past decade has ecologist alarmed, eager to understand how they’re formed, and what effect they’ll have regionally and globally. And we take a look at the risks, rewards, and opportunities of a blue economy.
  • Ghost Forests
    Saturday, April 25
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In 2019, the Periodic Table of Elements marked its one hundred and fiftieth anniversary. Scientist, educator and host of Science Underground, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses the power of the periodic table and how modern chemist use it today. We take a look at Texas A& M’s indoor positioning system, the first of its kind, which provides a safer environment for students. The accelerated spread of ghost forests over the past decade has ecologist alarmed, eager to understand how they’re formed, and what effect they’ll have regionally and globally. And we take a look at the risks, rewards, and opportunities of a blue economy.
  • Zero Waste
    Monday, April 27
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We sit down with the first woman dean of New York University’s Tandor School of Engineering. Rutgers University scientists, with the NASA funded ENIGMA Project, share scientific research about the search for life in the universe with young students. Researchers are trying to determine the biological mechanisms that enable the Fat Tailed Dwarf Lemur to hibernate for six months at a time. And we hear from a zero-waste advocate about what we can do to achieve a low to zero waste footprint.
  • Zero Waste
    Wednesday, April 29
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We sit down with the first woman dean of New York University’s Tandor School of Engineering. Rutgers University scientists, with the NASA funded ENIGMA Project, share scientific research about the search for life in the universe with young students. Researchers are trying to determine the biological mechanisms that enable the Fat Tailed Dwarf Lemur to hibernate for six months at a time. And we hear from a zero-waste advocate about what we can do to achieve a low to zero waste footprint.
  • Zero Waste
    Saturday, May 2
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We sit down with the first woman dean of New York University’s Tandor School of Engineering. Rutgers University scientists, with the NASA funded ENIGMA Project, share scientific research about the search for life in the universe with young students. Researchers are trying to determine the biological mechanisms that enable the Fat Tailed Dwarf Lemur to hibernate for six months at a time. And we hear from a zero-waste advocate about what we can do to achieve a low to zero waste footprint.
  • Clean Waters
    Monday, May 4
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Senior Correspondent for space, science, and technology at Business Insider, Dave Mosher, discusses Dragonfly, a drone-like spacecraft that is going to travel to Titan, the largest of Saturn’s moons. Detroit Public Television’s Great Lakes Bureau gives a firsthand look at how clean water and new pipes are starting to resolve the Flint Water Crisis. Upswing, an online platform and virtual assistant, is addressing the struggles of first year and nontraditional students to help them on the path to graduation. And we look at the mind of the octopus to understand how different kinds of brains process information.
  • Clean Waters
    Wednesday, May 6
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Senior Correspondent for space, science, and technology at Business Insider, Dave Mosher, discusses Dragonfly, a drone-like spacecraft that is going to travel to Titan, the largest of Saturn’s moons. Detroit Public Television’s Great Lakes Bureau gives a firsthand look at how clean water and new pipes are starting to resolve the Flint Water Crisis. Upswing, an online platform and virtual assistant, is addressing the struggles of first year and nontraditional students to help them on the path to graduation. And we look at the mind of the octopus to understand how different kinds of brains process information.
  • Clean Waters
    Saturday, May 9
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Senior Correspondent for space, science, and technology at Business Insider, Dave Mosher, discusses Dragonfly, a drone-like spacecraft that is going to travel to Titan, the largest of Saturn’s moons. Detroit Public Television’s Great Lakes Bureau gives a firsthand look at how clean water and new pipes are starting to resolve the Flint Water Crisis. Upswing, an online platform and virtual assistant, is addressing the struggles of first year and nontraditional students to help them on the path to graduation. And we look at the mind of the octopus to understand how different kinds of brains process information.
  • Unlocking Fusion Energy
    Monday, May 11
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Host of the podcast The Episodic Table of Elements, Thomas Appleton, discusses the periodic table of elements and the stories behind them. Students in California are working towards environmental sustainability. We see how the research done decades ago by oceanographer and surf forecasting pioneer, Walker Munk, is changing the lives of surfers today. And we visit a lab in New Jersey that may be close to unlocking the path to fusion energy.
  • Unlocking Fusion Energy
    Wednesday, May 13
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Host of the podcast The Episodic Table of Elements, Thomas Appleton, discusses the periodic table of elements and the stories behind them. Students in California are working towards environmental sustainability. We see how the research done decades ago by oceanographer and surf forecasting pioneer, Walker Munk, is changing the lives of surfers today. And we visit a lab in New Jersey that may be close to unlocking the path to fusion energy.
  • Unlocking Fusion Energy
    Saturday, May 16
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Host of the podcast The Episodic Table of Elements, Thomas Appleton, discusses the periodic table of elements and the stories behind them. Students in California are working towards environmental sustainability. We see how the research done decades ago by oceanographer and surf forecasting pioneer, Walker Munk, is changing the lives of surfers today. And we visit a lab in New Jersey that may be close to unlocking the path to fusion energy.
  • Invention Connection
    Monday, May 18
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Director of Education and Human Resources at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Shirley Malcom, is helping lead the progress in diversity in STEM education and careers. We discover simplicity is the secret weapon for the non-profit organization, Little Inventors. We see how high school students in Texas are leading the way to develop a more efficient and sustainable waste management system. And we learn why one North Carolina company is trying to figure out how to sustainably raise Horseshoe crabs.
  • Invention Connection
    Wednesday, May 20
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Director of Education and Human Resources at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Shirley Malcom, is helping lead the progress in diversity in STEM education and careers. We discover simplicity is the secret weapon for the non-profit organization, Little Inventors. We see how high school students in Texas are leading the way to develop a more efficient and sustainable waste management system. And we learn why one North Carolina company is trying to figure out how to sustainably raise Horseshoe crabs.
  • Invention Connection
    Saturday, May 23
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Director of Education and Human Resources at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Shirley Malcom, is helping lead the progress in diversity in STEM education and careers. We discover simplicity is the secret weapon for the non-profit organization, Little Inventors. We see how high school students in Texas are leading the way to develop a more efficient and sustainable waste management system. And we learn why one North Carolina company is trying to figure out how to sustainably raise Horseshoe crabs.
  • Female Dominate
    Monday, May 25
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As more devices connect to the internet, our current 4G system is going to need an upgrade. We take a look at what’s ahead in the 5G future. Discover out how sustainable tree harvesting has revived the timber industry in Michigan. We get the details on University of Alaska Anchorage Community and Technical College’s automotive and diesel programs. And we meet the unisexual Mole Salamander.
  • Female Dominate
    Wednesday, May 27
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As more devices connect to the internet, our current 4G system is going to need an upgrade. We take a look at what’s ahead in the 5G future. Discover out how sustainable tree harvesting has revived the timber industry in Michigan. We get the details on University of Alaska Anchorage Community and Technical College’s automotive and diesel programs. And we meet the unisexual Mole Salamander.
  • Female Dominate
    Saturday, May 30
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    As more devices connect to the internet, our current 4G system is going to need an upgrade. We take a look at what’s ahead in the 5G future. Discover out how sustainable tree harvesting has revived the timber industry in Michigan. We get the details on University of Alaska Anchorage Community and Technical College’s automotive and diesel programs. And we meet the unisexual Mole Salamander.
  • On Air
    Monday, June 1
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We learn how using only the power of sunlight, a spacecraft called LightSail, is now circling the Earth. In San Diego, California, environmental groups are working to fix cross-boarder water pollution. We discover how a broadcast technology program at an Idaho high school is helping students develop new technical and professional skills. And one health care system in Texas is the first to use what is called RAPID Stroke technology to help with stroke response times.
  • On Air
    Wednesday, June 3
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We learn how using only the power of sunlight, a spacecraft called LightSail, is now circling the Earth. In San Diego, California, environmental groups are working to fix cross-boarder water pollution. We discover how a broadcast technology program at an Idaho high school is helping students develop new technical and professional skills. And one health care system in Texas is the first to use what is called RAPID Stroke technology to help with stroke response times.
  • On Air
    Saturday, June 6
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We learn how using only the power of sunlight, a spacecraft called LightSail, is now circling the Earth. In San Diego, California, environmental groups are working to fix cross-boarder water pollution. We discover how a broadcast technology program at an Idaho high school is helping students develop new technical and professional skills. And one health care system in Texas is the first to use what is called RAPID Stroke technology to help with stroke response times.
  • Emoji Status
    Monday, June 8
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We explore the world of emojis and the organization tasked with deciding what is worthy of emoji status. We join scientist in San Diego, California, for their first planned use of autonomous drones to help study the Arctic’s underwater food web. Navajo hydrologist, Karletta Chief, investigates potential environmental and health impacts of a mine spill that contaminated a river vital to her community. And we see how refined monitoring techniques and new technologies are helping the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory prepare for the next algae season.
  • Emoji Status
    Wednesday, June 10
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We explore the world of emojis and the organization tasked with deciding what is worthy of emoji status. We join scientist in San Diego, California, for their first planned use of autonomous drones to help study the Arctic’s underwater food web. Navajo hydrologist, Karletta Chief, investigates potential environmental and health impacts of a mine spill that contaminated a river vital to her community. And we see how refined monitoring techniques and new technologies are helping the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory prepare for the next algae season.
  • Emoji Status
    Saturday, June 13
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We explore the world of emojis and the organization tasked with deciding what is worthy of emoji status. We join scientist in San Diego, California, for their first planned use of autonomous drones to help study the Arctic’s underwater food web. Navajo hydrologist, Karletta Chief, investigates potential environmental and health impacts of a mine spill that contaminated a river vital to her community. And we see how refined monitoring techniques and new technologies are helping the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory prepare for the next algae season.
  • Winds of Change
    Monday, June 15
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ready to get rid of all those plastic cards in your wallet and put them on your phone? Wall Street Journal reporter, Joanna Stern, took this technology for a test run and shares what could be coming next. We go inside one school in Austin, Texas to understand the role technology can play in education. The chemistry behind foods is discussed. And we discover how small turbines can be used by individual homeowners to generate their own electricity.
  • Winds of Change
    Wednesday, June 17
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ready to get rid of all those plastic cards in your wallet and put them on your phone? Wall Street Journal reporter, Joanna Stern, took this technology for a test run and shares what could be coming next. We go inside one school in Austin, Texas to understand the role technology can play in education. The chemistry behind foods is discussed. And we discover how small turbines can be used by individual homeowners to generate their own electricity.
  • Winds of Change
    Saturday, June 20
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ready to get rid of all those plastic cards in your wallet and put them on your phone? Wall Street Journal reporter, Joanna Stern, took this technology for a test run and shares what could be coming next. We go inside one school in Austin, Texas to understand the role technology can play in education. The chemistry behind foods is discussed. And we discover how small turbines can be used by individual homeowners to generate their own electricity.
  • Paternity & Cataracts
    Monday, June 22
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Author and professor, Nara Milanich, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the history of paternity science. In part two of our exploration of how technology is impacting education, we hear from the staff at an Austin, Texas school. And at Utah’s Hogle Zoo a 13-year-old female harbor seal named Nika undergoes cataract surgery to help improve her sight.
  • Paternity & Cataracts
    Wednesday, June 24
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Author and professor, Nara Milanich, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the history of paternity science. In part two of our exploration of how technology is impacting education, we hear from the staff at an Austin, Texas school. And at Utah’s Hogle Zoo a 13-year-old female harbor seal named Nika undergoes cataract surgery to help improve her sight.
  • Paternity & Cataracts
    Saturday, June 27
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Author and professor, Nara Milanich, joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the history of paternity science. In part two of our exploration of how technology is impacting education, we hear from the staff at an Austin, Texas school. And at Utah’s Hogle Zoo a 13-year-old female harbor seal named Nika undergoes cataract surgery to help improve her sight.
  • Screen Time
    Monday, June 29
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ainissa Ramirez, scientists and host of the podcast Science Underground, sits down with Hari to discuss how close we are to eating lab grown meat. We continue the exploration of the impact of technology in schools as we look at the growing concern over screen time. And we look at how developers and engineers in Los Angeles are making skyscrapers and towers earthquake safe using the latest technology.

 

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  • Toxic Living
    Monday, March 30
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    A Texas based startup is looking to leverage the same technology used in fighting cancer to help mitigate invasive Zebra Mussel infestations in bodies of water around the country. Scientist, author, and self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, discusses how scientist Albert Einstein is connected to our G.P.S. Systems. We take a look at the fight against pollution in Detroit, Michigan. And we visit a cybersecurity conference where students learn about the growth of information technology.
  • High-Tech Careers
    Saturday, March 28
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at how scientists found a giant reservoir of water beneath the ocean floor. In Utah, Weber State University and Davis Tech are helping students gain experience working with advanced composites. A research team is working to replace the current method of skin cancer detection with a less invasive option. And the Local Environmental Observer Network in Alaska helps citizens share their knowledge, observations, and concerns about the environment.
  • High-Tech Careers
    Wednesday, March 25
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at how scientists found a giant reservoir of water beneath the ocean floor. In Utah, Weber State University and Davis Tech are helping students gain experience working with advanced composites. A research team is working to replace the current method of skin cancer detection with a less invasive option. And the Local Environmental Observer Network in Alaska helps citizens share their knowledge, observations, and concerns about the environment.
  • High-Tech Careers
    Monday, March 23
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at how scientists found a giant reservoir of water beneath the ocean floor. In Utah, Weber State University and Davis Tech are helping students gain experience working with advanced composites. A research team is working to replace the current method of skin cancer detection with a less invasive option. And the Local Environmental Observer Network in Alaska helps citizens share their knowledge, observations, and concerns about the environment.
  • Language Connections
    Saturday, March 21
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, Professor Erich Jarvis discusses spoken language and what we can learn about it from songbirds. We take a look at 3D mapping technology of the human eye. We join citizen scientists coming together to clean up Hawaii’s beaches. And high schoolers prepare for a spoken word performance on climate change.
  • Language Connections
    Wednesday, March 18
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, Professor Erich Jarvis discusses spoken language and what we can learn about it from songbirds. We take a look at 3D mapping technology of the human eye. We join citizen scientists coming together to clean up Hawaii’s beaches. And high schoolers prepare for a spoken word performance on climate change.
  • Language Connections
    Monday, March 16
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In this episode of SciTech Now, Professor Erich Jarvis discusses spoken language and what we can learn about it from songbirds. We take a look at 3D mapping technology of the human eye. We join citizen scientists coming together to clean up Hawaii’s beaches. And high schoolers prepare for a spoken word performance on climate change.
  • Printing Homes
    Saturday, March 14
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Freelance journalist and author, Todd Zwillich, discusses John Houbolt, one of the least known figures on the Apollo 11 team, and how his discoveries propelled NASA to the moon. We take an in-depth look at spider silk and the webs they weave. Scientists developed a wristband that measures cells. And a tech startup in Texas hopes to end homelessness by 3D printing homes.
  • Printing Homes
    Wednesday, March 11
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Freelance journalist and author, Todd Zwillich, discusses John Houbolt, one of the least known figures on the Apollo 11 team, and how his discoveries propelled NASA to the moon. We take an in-depth look at spider silk and the webs they weave. Scientists developed a wristband that measures cells. And a tech startup in Texas hopes to end homelessness by 3D printing homes.
  • Printing Homes
    Monday, March 9
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Freelance journalist and author, Todd Zwillich, discusses John Houbolt, one of the least known figures on the Apollo 11 team, and how his discoveries propelled NASA to the moon. We take an in-depth look at spider silk and the webs they weave. Scientists developed a wristband that measures cells. And a tech startup in Texas hopes to end homelessness by 3D printing homes.
  • Ev Techs
    Saturday, March 7
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We visit one of the first graduating classes of Tesla car technicians who are headed off to the workplace after an intense training course. We take a look at a new object management system that utilizes radio waves. In North Carolina, a regional acoustic bats survey is underway to identify bats, where they’re going, and how they’re doing in urban and rural environments. And we visit incubators spaces across New Jersey continuing to foster New Jersey’s spirit of invention, while also inspiring the next generation of inventors.
  • Ev Techs
    Wednesday, March 4
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We visit one of the first graduating classes of Tesla car technicians who are headed off to the workplace after an intense training course. We take a look at a new object management system that utilizes radio waves. In North Carolina, a regional acoustic bats survey is underway to identify bats, where they’re going, and how they’re doing in urban and rural environments. And we visit incubators spaces across New Jersey continuing to foster New Jersey’s spirit of invention, while also inspiring the next generation of inventors.
  • Ev Techs
    Monday, March 2
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We visit one of the first graduating classes of Tesla car technicians who are headed off to the workplace after an intense training course. We take a look at a new object management system that utilizes radio waves. In North Carolina, a regional acoustic bats survey is underway to identify bats, where they’re going, and how they’re doing in urban and rural environments. And we visit incubators spaces across New Jersey continuing to foster New Jersey’s spirit of invention, while also inspiring the next generation of inventors.
  • Cryptocurrencies
    Saturday, February 29
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at what’s ahead for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. We discover what PFAs are, an acronym that stands for a family of chemicals, and why these chemicals are being detected in an increasing number of water systems. We take a look at bacteria art. And FrogWatch USA is helping citizen scientists understand the significance of frogs as an indicator species.
  • Cryptocurrencies
    Wednesday, February 26
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at what’s ahead for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. We discover what PFAs are, an acronym that stands for a family of chemicals, and why these chemicals are being detected in an increasing number of water systems. We take a look at bacteria art. And FrogWatch USA is helping citizen scientists understand the significance of frogs as an indicator species.
  • Cryptocurrencies
    Monday, February 24
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at what’s ahead for blockchain and cryptocurrencies. We discover what PFAs are, an acronym that stands for a family of chemicals, and why these chemicals are being detected in an increasing number of water systems. We take a look at bacteria art. And FrogWatch USA is helping citizen scientists understand the significance of frogs as an indicator species.
  • Tech Bias
    Saturday, February 22
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ever wondered why Siri, Alexa, and other personal assistant devices speak with female voices? Sarach Myers West, a postdoctoral researcher at the AI Now Institute shares how there may be a built-in bias in artificial intelligent technology. We follow a community advocate who is working to help residents in Detroit get their water turned back on. We take a look at the national Race to 2026 program that is helping students get into the automotive industry. And we see how students in upstate New York are helping hikers and citizens better understand the seasons.
  • Tech Bias
    Wednesday, February 19
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ever wondered why Siri, Alexa, and other personal assistant devices speak with female voices? Sarach Myers West, a postdoctoral researcher at the AI Now Institute shares how there may be a built-in bias in artificial intelligent technology. We follow a community advocate who is working to help residents in Detroit get their water turned back on. We take a look at the national Race to 2026 program that is helping students get into the automotive industry. And we see how students in upstate New York are helping hikers and citizens better understand the seasons.
  • Tech Bias
    Monday, February 17
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Ever wondered why Siri, Alexa, and other personal assistant devices speak with female voices? Sarach Myers West, a postdoctoral researcher at the AI Now Institute shares how there may be a built-in bias in artificial intelligent technology. We follow a community advocate who is working to help residents in Detroit get their water turned back on. We take a look at the national Race to 2026 program that is helping students get into the automotive industry. And we see how students in upstate New York are helping hikers and citizens better understand the seasons.
  • Prosthetic Fine Art
    Saturday, February 15
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the air transportation workforce of tomorrow and the challenges it faces. We learn what it takes to master the job of a prosthetic specialist. And we look at how scientists are using robots to speed up the process of developing new pharmaceutical drugs.
  • Prosthetic Fine Art
    Wednesday, February 12
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the air transportation workforce of tomorrow and the challenges it faces. We learn what it takes to master the job of a prosthetic specialist. And we look at how scientists are using robots to speed up the process of developing new pharmaceutical drugs.
  • Prosthetic Fine Art
    Monday, February 10
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the air transportation workforce of tomorrow and the challenges it faces. We learn what it takes to master the job of a prosthetic specialist. And we look at how scientists are using robots to speed up the process of developing new pharmaceutical drugs.
  • Flu Factory
    Saturday, February 8
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the work being done by the Girl Scouts and Raytheon to encourage young women to become future leaders in the STEM workforce. We hear from artist Naho Matsuda, who’s art installation “Every Thing Every Time,” transforms static data into tactile and thought-provoking art. We visit the world’s largest cell culture-based flu vaccine factory in North Carolina. And we see how students at Rice University are improving their engineering skills through a program that allows them to make their ideas a reality.
  • Flu Factory
    Wednesday, February 5
    10:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the work being done by the Girl Scouts and Raytheon to encourage young women to become future leaders in the STEM workforce. We hear from artist Naho Matsuda, who’s art installation “Every Thing Every Time,” transforms static data into tactile and thought-provoking art. We visit the world’s largest cell culture-based flu vaccine factory in North Carolina. And we see how students at Rice University are improving their engineering skills through a program that allows them to make their ideas a reality.
  • Flu Factory
    Monday, February 3
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at the work being done by the Girl Scouts and Raytheon to encourage young women to become future leaders in the STEM workforce. We hear from artist Naho Matsuda, who’s art installation “Every Thing Every Time,” transforms static data into tactile and thought-provoking art. We visit the world’s largest cell culture-based flu vaccine factory in North Carolina. And we see how students at Rice University are improving their engineering skills through a program that allows them to make their ideas a reality.
  • Understanding Gravity
    Saturday, February 1
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We look at what we know and don’t know about gravity with The Trouble with Gravity: Solving the Mystery Beneath Our Feet author, Richard Panek. Cornell University is tackling the question of how to best develop crops that can grow and survive year-round. We discover the unique properties of squid eyes. And we see how students are learning the skills they need to succeed in today’s workforce with hands on technical experiences.