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KQED QUEST Science Video Podcast

KQED QUEST Science Video Podcast

QUEST is a TV, radio, web, and education series by KQED that explores the most important trends and issues in science, environment and ...
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Science on the SPOT: National Wildlife Health Center Investigates

11/23/11
The USGS National Wildlife Health Center investigates animal die-offs and threats to endangered species through on-site investigation and ...

New Research into Disappearing Bees

11/23/11
In 2006, the world learned that honeybees in America and Canada were dying in large numbers, and hives were becoming defunct. Five years ...

Why I Do Science: Kandis Elliot

11/23/11
Kandis Elliot is on the Botany Department staff at the University of Wisconsin, but she's not a scientist or professor. Elliot is an artist ...

Why I Do Science: Danielle Reed

11/16/11
If you can't abide Brussels sprouts and broccoli, your genes may be to blame. Geneticist Danielle Reed of the Monell Chemical Senses Center ...

Exoskeletons Walk Forward

11/16/11
An exoskeleton suit may seem like science fiction, turning ordinary humans into super heroes, but wearable robots are moving forward into ...

Growing Skin

11/16/11
Biomedical researchers are investigating ways to 'grow' new skin in hopes that healing burns can be quicker, safer and more complete.

Your Photos on QUEST: Mike Forsberg

11/09/11
Mike Forsberg, a nationally renowned photographer, conservationist, and author from Nebraska, spent four years traveling 100,000 miles ...

Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct: Big Fixes for Big Quakes

11/09/11
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is hard at work on a 4.6 billion, decade-long construction project to overhaul the Hetch ...

The Night Sky: Past and Present

11/09/11
For over one hundred and fifty years, scientists have captured images of celestial objects scattered across the night sky. The Pisgah ...

Science on the SPOT: Resurrecting the Dead

11/09/11
QUEST travels to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History to meet Dr. Spurlock, an anatomist and forensic reconstruction artist who uses ...

Asian Carp: Threat to Great Lakes

11/02/11
The invasive Asian carp has wreaked havoc in the Mississippi River system. The voracious plankton eaters have out-competed native fish and ...

Cool Critters: Lake Erie Water Snake

11/02/11
Within and along the waters of Lake Erie one of the five Great Lakes, there is a daily struggle for survival between natives and unwelcomed ...