Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize winning chemist and published poet ponders the intersection of art and science--and reads one of his poems at an event at Greenwich Village's Cornelia Street Cafe.
The New York City Department of Transportation offers school kids from neighborhoods with high rates of traffic accidents a crash course in navigating sidewalks, crosswalks and seat belts.
A Columbia University researcher discusses the urban heat island effect and the university's green roof research station.
Dairy farmers know that happy cows just keep on giving.
This year's Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Gardens is a colorful take on conservation.
The Audubon Center in Brooklyn's Prospect Park offers a hands-on chance for children to experience nature, teaching respect for the planet to tomorrow's environmentalists.
Shara Bailey talks about the importance of studying teeth.
Adrienne Klein discusses the "Science and the Arts" program at the City University of New York.
Armed with science, psychology professor Diana Reiss struggles to end dolphin drive hunting.
Warning: video contains graphic images of animal cruelty.
Alexis Gambis describes how life and lab inspired his science fiction films.
Mary Ellen Amato on shade-grown beans, Alta Gracia plantation and Jack's customers.
A conversation with Richard Bonneau about engineering new microbes to solve our problems.
Earlier this month, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick asked the federal government to declare a commercial fishery failure in his state. More than 600,000 acres of shellfishing areas were closed from […]
A video profile of one of New York's oyster gardeners.
The Mars-bound spacecraft had seven minutes to slow from a blazing Mach 16 to the pace of a gentle breeze – or face destruction.
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