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Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
50 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing passionate people and innovative projects from around the world aimed at combating climate change.
A weekly video summary of the latest news, events and mission activities at NASA.
The Department of Physics public lecture series. An exciting series of lectures about the research at Oxford Physics take place throughout the academic year. Looking at topics diverse as the creation of the universe to the science of climate change.
These are screencasts for Dr. David B. Miller's sections of General Psychology I. (PSYC 1100) at the University of Connecticut, reviewing many key topics covered in course lectures.
Cool physics and other sweet science - all in a few minutes!
NASA X Vodcasts
NASA X is a new NASA television show and video podcast that follows innovative new technologies and the NASA scientists, researchers and engineers who are putting them to work for us.
Audio podcast featuring information and interviews about NASA Edge.
Dive in to the fascinating world of science with Tomorrow Today. Your weekly dose of science knowledge. A show for everyone who's curious -- about our cosmos and how it works.
The Guide to Space is a series of space and astronomy videos by Fraser Cain, publisher of Universe Today
Science Nation
An online magazine examining the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves. Each week, Science Nation takes a dynamic, entertaining look at the research--and the researchers--that will change our lives.
New York Times video reports about health and science.
Open dialogue about important issues in earthquake science presented by Center scientists, visitors, and invitees.
FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research Drug Info Rounds Video Podcast
TMRO:Space - For the Space Geek in all of us
New and exciting data presented each day during the conference and address the potential impact on current clinical practice. - Glidewell Laboratories offers free clinical and product presentations in order to contribute to the overall knowledge of practicing dental professionals.
Deutche Welle's eco@africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own. eco@africa offers insight and moves people to help protect the environment.
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The earthquake rates they are a-changin': Improving forecasts during earthquake swarms
What’s going on with the vast landfill site in the middle of Ghana’s capital city Accra? We asked the country’s environment minister about it and waste management - the biggest challenge facing his ministry.
Ghana has a significant problem with plastic waste: only 2 percent of the 22,000 tons it produces annually is recycled. But a company is now taking up the fight against plastic waste - by turning it into paving stones.
The air quality in Hanoi will leave you breathless, and not in a good way. Now the city is actively tackling the problem, banning scooters and motorcycles by 2030. It's also investing heavily in public transport.
Dark Matter and Dark Energy make up over 80% of the universe and yet we still don't fully understand what they actually are. We are joined by Sophia Nasr AKA @Astropartigirl to talk about why dark matter is important to physics. Launch Minutes: Falcon 9 Launches SAOCOM 1ALong March 2C Launches Yaogan 32Crewed Soyuz suffers launch failure Space ...…
Soyuz Crew Safe After Abort During Launch to Space Station, Jim Morhard Confirmed as NASA Deputy Administrator and more ...
What makes millions of people want to gather to drink too much overpriced beer and do things they'd normally never even dream of doing? Our reporter met a social psychologist at Munich's Oktoberfest to find out.
Creating energy-efficient buildings and homes has become a priority in Germany, and now the country even has its first "passive-certified" indoor swimming pool which uses around 60 percent less energy than normal pools.
Rising ocean levels plus dams were destroying the delicate balance of Mauritania's nature. But the Diawling National Park along with sustainable water management programs have improved the situation.
The Dominican Republic has a refuse problem. Most trash is neither sorted nor recycled. In San Cristóbal, people have already started the cleanup. And young adults are taught how to properly separate trash and to compost organic waste.
Want to take your event's wow factor up a notch? Astro Live Experiences (ALE) will soon be able to create on-demand shooting star shows as well as on-demand aurora. It's a new way of utilizing space for incredible art and entertainment. Added bonus, it helps grow the space industry via launches and infrastructure while also getting people talki ...…
60 Years of NASA and Counting, Space Station Crew Returns Safely to Earth and more ...
Some local farmers in South Africa's Eastern Cape switched to producing indigenous flowers to extract essential oils as an alternative source of income. The herbs require little water and help prevent desertification.
A young Cameroonian is repurposing discarded container drums by making unique furniture and even barbeques. By using the drums Halilu Idiris and his colleagues not only make something useful, they also cut down on trash.
NASA EDGE provided live coverage of the scheduled tower rollback for United Launch Alliance’s final Delta II rocket carrying the ICESat-2 spacecraft.
South Arica’s Kruger Park is a heaven for animals and plants alike. But more then one million rural people live on it’s borders. This has put strong pressure onto the area’s medicinal plants. Many species are on the brink of extinction. To turn the tide, Park management is working closely with scientistos and traditional healers to find a susta ...…
With the biodiversity of edible crops shrinking at an alarming pace, one organization is collecting and distributing seeds.
Mali is a country often hit by extreme drought and famine. A women's initiative is using an irrigation technique that protects their crops and the environment.
While Space Law may not sound super fun on the surface, it is one of those things that will directly impact our ability to explore the cosmos. Who is allowed to own what parts of space? What happens if someone is injured by your space debris? Space Law Advisor to the Secure World Foundation Chris Johnson joins us this week to talk over some of ...…
Opportunity Emerges in a Dusty Picture, RS-25 Rocket Engine Test Series Moves Forward and more ...
Using minimal water and powered by solar energy, one company in Cameroon is changing the way drivers have their cars cleaned.
At Birds of Eden in South Africa's Eastern Cape, injured and lost birds can find sanctuary. The large aviary currently has about 3,500 different bird species.
Alice Nabukenya uses materials like rubber and plastic waste to make fashion in Uganda that is both stylish and eco-friendly.
From fishnet stockings to falling apples: Earthquake interactions on the scale of a fault to the planet
Earthquake Forecasting in recent large events in New Zealand
This island nation in the Caribbean looks like paradise, but it's often oppressively hot. The air conditioners people usually rely on there are real climate killers. That's why engineers are now encouraging people to install green AC systems.
With corals around the globe facing extinction, a team of marine biologists are hoping South African coral reefs could be a safe space in a changing climate.
The several hundred national parks are a retreat for much of the continent's wildlife, but face pressure from tourism, poaching and population growth.
This week we have an epic panel to talk about the recent #dearMoon announcement including Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut, Emory "VaxHeadroom" Stagmer, Dr. Niamh Shaw and Astronaut Nicole Stott. We focus on the impact of the recent announcement by using a trip around the moon and art to inspire humanity in a totally new way. We went in to a mor ...…
Lee Blaney's lab at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, smells somewhat like a barnyard, and with good reason. With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the environmental engineer and his team are extracting nutrients from poultry litter to create a new revenue stream for farmers and help the environment at the same time.…
A German entrepreneur has come up with a novel way to use the tons of used coffee grounds produced every day
Astroscale COO, Chris Blackerby, chats about the money to be made from space junk, and how we can leverage these space resources for the benefit of humanity. Launch minute: Falcon 9 | Telstar 18Delta II | IceSat-2 Space News: Orion completes final parachute testSpaceX, NASA, and JAXA all have Lunar plansOpportunity's 45 day clock begins ticking…
Rhinos once roamed free on Uganda's savannahs. Until poachers wiped them out. The Rhino Fund wants to reintroduce the animals to the country.
A student has started a small business that repurposes old clothes and other textiles. He employs five seamstresses and tailors who turn out 100 new products a month, mainly bags and jackets.
Hurricane Florence from space, our ICESat-2 mission measuring Earth's ice, and another Orion spacecraft test is a success this week at NASA.
A school has become the only one in Germany to make biological diversity part of its curriculum. The topic is incorporated across a range of subjects, such as growing plants whose dye can be used in chemistry.
Former farmer Brian Oldreive, who lost his farm during Zimbabwe's chaotic land reform, wants to help rather than hinder the changes by training farmers to use eco-friendly methods – preserving soil and saving wildlife.
Concerned that most Zambians think climate change mainly affects other countries, Mwelwa Musonko decided to create superhero comic books to get children and teens to become more aware of the dangers of climate change.
How many great plans start out as ideas sketched in graphite? Globally, we get through 14 billion pencils each year. Now, Kenyan entrepreneurs are producing eco-friendly pencils from recycled newspaper.
Faye Cuevas used to work for the US military, fighting militants. Poachers often form global networks much like militant groups. Now Faye Cueavas is in Kenya — protecting elephants from poachers.
Energy entrepreneur Sulaiman Yusuf is developing what he calls 'off the grid' homes – using solar and hydro turbines to offer residents an eco-friendlier alternative to the Nigerian government’s power infrastructure.
Vultures are often portrayed as ugly, dirty scavengers. But they are vital to keeping ecosystems healthy. Can we save these much-maligned and endangered birds?
NanoRacks CTO Mike Lewis joins us to talk about all of the different things they are working on, including how they launch stuff from the International Space Station, they are building a docking collar and Lunar Gateway plans! Launch Minute: Long March 2C | Haiyang-1C Space News: USGS Gets Serious about Space MiningChinese Launch Startups are g ...…
Social entrepreneur Ismael Essome Ebode makes unique plastic boats by tying plastic bottles together - helping the environment by using bottles that would otherwise choke the country's drainage system.
Swimming with dolphins is a major tourist attraction for the village of Kizimkazi in Zanzibar. So NGO Impact Africa is trying to ensure that tourism remains sustainable and that the dolphins are protected.
Dense array observations of induced seismicity: The LArge-n Seismic Survey in Oklahoma (LASSO) experiment
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