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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  
  • Zombie Treatment
    Saturday, May 25
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Throughout nature simple elements can self-organize into behaviors that seem unexpectedly complex. Scientists are beginning to understand this phenomenon known as emergence. Piero Amodoio of Cambridge University breaks down the evolution of octopus intelligence. And scientists at the University of Texas are studying zombie cells in mice to better understand dementia in humans.
  • Nasa's Reactor
    Monday, May 27
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look into a technological innovation that evolved to transform the timber industry, the chainsaw. Science Reporter, Dave Mosher, speaks about his experience inside NASA's decommissioned nuclear reactor. We go inside a lab that is working on regenerative medicine repairing damaged tissues and organs. And we sit down with one of the architects who plans to re-envision the future of the Houston Astrodome.
  • Nasa's Reactor
    Wednesday, May 29
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look into a technological innovation that evolved to transform the timber industry, the chainsaw. Science Reporter, Dave Mosher, speaks about his experience inside NASA's decommissioned nuclear reactor. We go inside a lab that is working on regenerative medicine repairing damaged tissues and organs. And we sit down with one of the architects who plans to re-envision the future of the Houston Astrodome.
  • Nasa's Reactor
    Saturday, June 1
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look into a technological innovation that evolved to transform the timber industry, the chainsaw. Science Reporter, Dave Mosher, speaks about his experience inside NASA's decommissioned nuclear reactor. We go inside a lab that is working on regenerative medicine repairing damaged tissues and organs. And we sit down with one of the architects who plans to re-envision the future of the Houston Astrodome.
  • Robotic Champs
    Monday, June 3
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Students from Bassett Street elementary school in Las Angeles, defined the odds by making it to the world championships of robotics. Filmmaker Vincent Precht, followed their journey in his film Never Give Up: The Journey of Bassett Robotics. Ecologist and scientist, Mikey Tabak, discusses his development in camera trap photography. And we take a look at how aspiring astronauts prepare for their journeys into space.
  • Robotic Champs
    Wednesday, June 5
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Students from Bassett Street elementary school in Las Angeles, defined the odds by making it to the world championships of robotics. Filmmaker Vincent Precht, followed their journey in his film Never Give Up: The Journey of Bassett Robotics. Ecologist and scientist, Mikey Tabak, discusses his development in camera trap photography. And we take a look at how aspiring astronauts prepare for their journeys into space.
  • Robotic Champs
    Saturday, June 8
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Students from Bassett Street elementary school in Las Angeles, defined the odds by making it to the world championships of robotics. Filmmaker Vincent Precht, followed their journey in his film Never Give Up: The Journey of Bassett Robotics. Ecologist and scientist, Mikey Tabak, discusses his development in camera trap photography. And we take a look at how aspiring astronauts prepare for their journeys into space.
  • The Golden Angle
    Monday, June 10
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In the premiere episode of season 4 of SciTech Now we dive into a culinary quest to make 3D printed food a reality. We take an in-depth look at the evolution of the legendary New York City rat. Cornell University’s Professor of Astronomy, Martha Haynes, discusses the CCAT telescope that may lead to many new galactic discoveries. And we look at John Edmark’s sculptures that are both mesmerizing and mathematical using meticulously crafted platforms, patterns and layers.
  • The Golden Angle
    Wednesday, June 12
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In the premiere episode of season 4 of SciTech Now we dive into a culinary quest to make 3D printed food a reality. We take an in-depth look at the evolution of the legendary New York City rat. Cornell University’s Professor of Astronomy, Martha Haynes, discusses the CCAT telescope that may lead to many new galactic discoveries. And we look at John Edmark’s sculptures that are both mesmerizing and mathematical using meticulously crafted platforms, patterns and layers.
  • The Golden Angle
    Saturday, June 15
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    In the premiere episode of season 4 of SciTech Now we dive into a culinary quest to make 3D printed food a reality. We take an in-depth look at the evolution of the legendary New York City rat. Cornell University’s Professor of Astronomy, Martha Haynes, discusses the CCAT telescope that may lead to many new galactic discoveries. And we look at John Edmark’s sculptures that are both mesmerizing and mathematical using meticulously crafted platforms, patterns and layers.
  • Game Changer
    Monday, June 17
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We look at the convergence of language arts and digital design as elementary students learn how to tell stories and build video games. Science reporter, Dave Mosher, sits down to discuss a NASA robot on Mars whose days are numbered. Discovery how 3D printing is changing the production landscape for prosthetics and other medical devices. And we take a look at the world’s first theme park where special needs children have a chance to interaction with video and educational games.
  • Game Changer
    Wednesday, June 19
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We look at the convergence of language arts and digital design as elementary students learn how to tell stories and build video games. Science reporter, Dave Mosher, sits down to discuss a NASA robot on Mars whose days are numbered. Discovery how 3D printing is changing the production landscape for prosthetics and other medical devices. And we take a look at the world’s first theme park where special needs children have a chance to interaction with video and educational games.
  • Game Changer
    Saturday, June 22
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We look at the convergence of language arts and digital design as elementary students learn how to tell stories and build video games. Science reporter, Dave Mosher, sits down to discuss a NASA robot on Mars whose days are numbered. Discovery how 3D printing is changing the production landscape for prosthetics and other medical devices. And we take a look at the world’s first theme park where special needs children have a chance to interaction with video and educational games.
  • A Box Sting
    Monday, June 24
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Innocent looking enough, the box jellyfish is actually one of the most dangerous sea creatures. We go in depth to hear one researcher’ s story of being stung by box jellyfish and where this experience led her. Ever choke under pressure? We uncover how you can survive and thrive under pressure. We take a look at the ultracold world. And we observe innovative projects by Texas engineering students that could change the world.
  • A Box Sting
    Wednesday, June 26
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Innocent looking enough, the box jellyfish is actually one of the most dangerous sea creatures. We go in depth to hear one researcher’ s story of being stung by box jellyfish and where this experience led her. Ever choke under pressure? We uncover how you can survive and thrive under pressure. We take a look at the ultracold world. And we observe innovative projects by Texas engineering students that could change the world.
  • A Box Sting
    Saturday, June 29
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Innocent looking enough, the box jellyfish is actually one of the most dangerous sea creatures. We go in depth to hear one researcher’ s story of being stung by box jellyfish and where this experience led her. Ever choke under pressure? We uncover how you can survive and thrive under pressure. We take a look at the ultracold world. And we observe innovative projects by Texas engineering students that could change the world.
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  • Zombie Treatment
    Wednesday, May 22
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Throughout nature simple elements can self-organize into behaviors that seem unexpectedly complex. Scientists are beginning to understand this phenomenon known as emergence. Piero Amodoio of Cambridge University breaks down the evolution of octopus intelligence. And scientists at the University of Texas are studying zombie cells in mice to better understand dementia in humans.
  • Zombie Treatment
    Monday, May 20
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Throughout nature simple elements can self-organize into behaviors that seem unexpectedly complex. Scientists are beginning to understand this phenomenon known as emergence. Piero Amodoio of Cambridge University breaks down the evolution of octopus intelligence. And scientists at the University of Texas are studying zombie cells in mice to better understand dementia in humans.
  • Memory Bank
    Saturday, May 18
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at a GPS system for your body that helps detect diseases. Our brains are constantly processing information including memories, but how does our brains decide which memories to keep and which ones to discard? Dr. Daphna Shohamy, Columbia University professor, helps answer this question. We talk to Jeremy N. Smith, author of “Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called Alien,” about a hacker’s perfect target. And a design group in Texas is on a mission to give highways a colorful makeover.
  • Memory Bank
    Wednesday, May 15
    11:31 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at a GPS system for your body that helps detect diseases. Our brains are constantly processing information including memories, but how does our brains decide which memories to keep and which ones to discard? Dr. Daphna Shohamy, Columbia University professor, helps answer this question. We talk to Jeremy N. Smith, author of “Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called Alien,” about a hacker’s perfect target. And a design group in Texas is on a mission to give highways a colorful makeover.
  • Memory Bank
    Monday, May 13
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take a look at a GPS system for your body that helps detect diseases. Our brains are constantly processing information including memories, but how does our brains decide which memories to keep and which ones to discard? Dr. Daphna Shohamy, Columbia University professor, helps answer this question. We talk to Jeremy N. Smith, author of “Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called Alien,” about a hacker’s perfect target. And a design group in Texas is on a mission to give highways a colorful makeover.
  • Reasoning Raccoons
    Saturday, May 11
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Join us as we dive into the mischievous world of raccoons. Researchers at the University of Wyoming are re-evaluating the under-the-radar intelligence of these tricky animals. Computer hackers are a huge problem all over the world, but a company in Texas is working on a different solution to combat them. And we take an in-depth look at a 7,000-year-old underwater discovery off of Manasota Key, Florida.
  • Reasoning Raccoons
    Wednesday, May 8
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Join us as we dive into the mischievous world of raccoons. Researchers at the University of Wyoming are re-evaluating the under-the-radar intelligence of these tricky animals. Computer hackers are a huge problem all over the world, but a company in Texas is working on a different solution to combat them. And we take an in-depth look at a 7,000-year-old underwater discovery off of Manasota Key, Florida.
  • Reasoning Raccoons
    Monday, May 6
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Join us as we dive into the mischievous world of raccoons. Researchers at the University of Wyoming are re-evaluating the under-the-radar intelligence of these tricky animals. Computer hackers are a huge problem all over the world, but a company in Texas is working on a different solution to combat them. And we take an in-depth look at a 7,000-year-old underwater discovery off of Manasota Key, Florida.
  • Telehealth Tech
    Saturday, May 4
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take an in-depth look at the cat tongue and uncover small spines that resemble hooks call papillae and other interesting qualities. Self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, breaks down why leaves change color. Two Grand Valley State University student’s passion for space inspired them to create a local astronomy club on campus. Today that club is giving the people of Michigan a special view of space. And the Scientific Computing and Imagining Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah has been exploring how telehealth technology can save time and travel for patients by making specialized medical care available in smaller cities and rural areas.
  • Telehealth Tech
    Wednesday, May 1
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take an in-depth look at the cat tongue and uncover small spines that resemble hooks call papillae and other interesting qualities. Self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, breaks down why leaves change color. Two Grand Valley State University student’s passion for space inspired them to create a local astronomy club on campus. Today that club is giving the people of Michigan a special view of space. And the Scientific Computing and Imagining Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah has been exploring how telehealth technology can save time and travel for patients by making specialized medical care available in smaller cities and rural areas.
  • Telehealth Tech
    Monday, April 29
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We take an in-depth look at the cat tongue and uncover small spines that resemble hooks call papillae and other interesting qualities. Self-proclaimed science evangelist, Ainissa Ramirez, breaks down why leaves change color. Two Grand Valley State University student’s passion for space inspired them to create a local astronomy club on campus. Today that club is giving the people of Michigan a special view of space. And the Scientific Computing and Imagining Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah has been exploring how telehealth technology can save time and travel for patients by making specialized medical care available in smaller cities and rural areas.
  • Observing Nature
    Saturday, April 27
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While wandering through the woods you may come across something that resembles a twig, moss, or even a leaf, but it actually be a living organism known as Lichen. We join a scientist as he captures the beauty and colors of these organisms. We take a look at self-healing technology that would allow soft conductive material to maintains electrical function when mechanically damaged. We see how Bird Cams Lab Project at Cornell is allowing citizens to contribute to the public’s understanding of nature. And we visit the Earth Connections Camp in Salt Lake City, Utah, where Native American children learn about a mix of cultural and STEM topics including water, land, plants, animals and indigenous people.
  • Observing Nature
    Wednesday, April 24
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While wandering through the woods you may come across something that resembles a twig, moss, or even a leaf, but it actually be a living organism known as Lichen. We join a scientist as he captures the beauty and colors of these organisms. We take a look at self-healing technology that would allow soft conductive material to maintains electrical function when mechanically damaged. We see how Bird Cams Lab Project at Cornell is allowing citizens to contribute to the public’s understanding of nature. And we visit the Earth Connections Camp in Salt Lake City, Utah, where Native American children learn about a mix of cultural and STEM topics including water, land, plants, animals and indigenous people.
  • Observing Nature
    Monday, April 22
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While wandering through the woods you may come across something that resembles a twig, moss, or even a leaf, but it actually be a living organism known as Lichen. We join a scientist as he captures the beauty and colors of these organisms. We take a look at self-healing technology that would allow soft conductive material to maintains electrical function when mechanically damaged. We see how Bird Cams Lab Project at Cornell is allowing citizens to contribute to the public’s understanding of nature. And we visit the Earth Connections Camp in Salt Lake City, Utah, where Native American children learn about a mix of cultural and STEM topics including water, land, plants, animals and indigenous people.
  • California Condors
    Saturday, April 20
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Houston Cinema Arts Festival holds a competition called CineSpace, in which filmmakers from across the country create original short films using footage from NASA. We get a behind the scenes look from last year’s winner. Nikhil Gupta, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at New York University, discusses the cybersecurity issues of 3D printing. We go into the lab with two chemists to find out what chemistry is and what chemists do. And we take a look at new efforts trying to help save the critically endangered California Condor.
  • California Condors
    Wednesday, April 17
    11:31 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Houston Cinema Arts Festival holds a competition called CineSpace, in which filmmakers from across the country create original short films using footage from NASA. We get a behind the scenes look from last year’s winner. Nikhil Gupta, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at New York University, discusses the cybersecurity issues of 3D printing. We go into the lab with two chemists to find out what chemistry is and what chemists do. And we take a look at new efforts trying to help save the critically endangered California Condor.
  • California Condors
    Monday, April 15
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The Houston Cinema Arts Festival holds a competition called CineSpace, in which filmmakers from across the country create original short films using footage from NASA. We get a behind the scenes look from last year’s winner. Nikhil Gupta, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at New York University, discusses the cybersecurity issues of 3D printing. We go into the lab with two chemists to find out what chemistry is and what chemists do. And we take a look at new efforts trying to help save the critically endangered California Condor.
  • Hologram Science
    Saturday, April 13
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We work to unlock the secrets of our universe with the holographic duality from string theory. Thomas Lin, Editor in Chief of Quanta Magazine, sits down and discusses holographic principles. We visit a high school in California where students are being introduced to computer science and engineering at a younger age, giving them real world experience and allowing their creativity to shine. And the medical industry is using virtual reality to teach students how to react during health emergencies.
  • Hologram Science
    Wednesday, April 10
    11:31 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We work to unlock the secrets of our universe with the holographic duality from string theory. Thomas Lin, Editor in Chief of Quanta Magazine, sits down and discusses holographic principles. We visit a high school in California where students are being introduced to computer science and engineering at a younger age, giving them real world experience and allowing their creativity to shine. And the medical industry is using virtual reality to teach students how to react during health emergencies.
  • Hologram Science
    Monday, April 8
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    We work to unlock the secrets of our universe with the holographic duality from string theory. Thomas Lin, Editor in Chief of Quanta Magazine, sits down and discusses holographic principles. We visit a high school in California where students are being introduced to computer science and engineering at a younger age, giving them real world experience and allowing their creativity to shine. And the medical industry is using virtual reality to teach students how to react during health emergencies.
  • Space Tourist
    Saturday, April 6
    5:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Researchers are studying patterns in the brains of stuttering patients in hopes it could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people. Entrepreneur and scientist, Gregory Olsen, discusses his experience as a space tourist. A project at San Diego State University examines the relationship between local plants and climate change. And we check out the latest medical techniques used to rescue injured turtles.
  • Space Tourist
    Wednesday, April 3
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Researchers are studying patterns in the brains of stuttering patients in hopes it could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people. Entrepreneur and scientist, Gregory Olsen, discusses his experience as a space tourist. A project at San Diego State University examines the relationship between local plants and climate change. And we check out the latest medical techniques used to rescue injured turtles.
  • Space Tourist
    Monday, April 1
    8:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Researchers are studying patterns in the brains of stuttering patients in hopes it could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people. Entrepreneur and scientist, Gregory Olsen, discusses his experience as a space tourist. A project at San Diego State University examines the relationship between local plants and climate change. And we check out the latest medical techniques used to rescue injured turtles.