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Gravitational waves could help us peer into extra dimensions.
Gravitational waves could help us peer into extra dimensions

Gravitational Waves Could Help Us Discover Extra Dimensions - NOVA Next | PBS

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Van Wormer Joshua
Teonna Rayne Taylor
Joe Cuarto
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yesterday at 22:45. Facebook
NASA's Juno spacecraft has spotted giant cyclones swirling at Jupiter's north and south poles. —via NPR
NASAs Juno spacecraft has spotted giant cyclones swirling at Jupiters north and

Juno Spacecraft Reveals Spectacular Cyclones At Jupiter's Poles

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Bill Toney
Eileen Grzybowski
Lissa Brooks
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yesterday at 21:19. Facebook
In Flint, Michigan, some residents are still using water only from water bottles. For a whole day, NOVA's Ana Aceves will experience just what that’s like.

Join her on our Snapchat channel next Tuesday, May 30 as she goes about her day illustrating how vital water is in everyday life. Add us on Snapchat at NOVAPBS and don’t miss NOVA’s “Poisoned Water,” airing May 31, 2017 at 9/8c on PBS: [...
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In Flint Michigan some residents are still using water only from water
Roy Jr Valadez
Donald Davis
Regina Fairbanks
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NOVA l PBS
yesterday at 18:41. Facebook
This is the second time we've ever detected an exoplanet that likely has a ring system.
This is the second time we've ever detected an exoplanet that likely has a ring system

New Exoplanet's Rings Span 200 Times Wider Than Saturn's - NOVA Next | PBS

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Charlie Ewing
Damien Smith
Ray Pellerin
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yesterday at 12:30. Facebook
Dark matter might be the weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) that some physicists have been predicting.
Dark matter might be the weakly interacting massive particles WIMPs that some

Physicists Get a Glimpse of What Dark Matter Might Be — NOVA Next | PBS

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Jason West
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yesterday at 01:57. Facebook
Can climate change be depoliticized? Some scientists and policymakers are finding success in surprising places.
Can climate change be depoliticized Some scientists and policymakers are finding success

Taking Politics Out of Climate Change - NOVA Next | PBS

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Forrest Smith
Melody Ann Wolcott
Gregory T. LaForest
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05/24/2017 at 20:25. Facebook
On the morning of February 15, 2013, a 7,000-ton asteroid crashed into the Earth's atmosphere.

Could another, more massive asteroid be heading straight for us? Don't miss "Meteor Strike," airing tonight (Wed.) at 9/8c on PBS.
On the morning of February 15 2013 a 7000ton asteroid crashed into the Earth's atmosphere

Meteor Strike - NOVA | PBS

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Bram Pesce
Jason West
S.M. Kalenda
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05/24/2017 at 18:50. Facebook
This guy helped expose the lead crisis in Flint, Michigan. Here’s why he says the future depends on science.

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David Flanagan
Loni Scheibe-White
Earl Gibbs
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NOVA l PBS
05/24/2017 at 17:45. Facebook
Grid managers are taking careful measures to prepare for the first eclipse of the 21st century. Here's how.
Grid managers are taking careful measures to prepare for the first eclipse

Simple Physics Solutions to Storing Renewable Energy - NOVA Next | PBS

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Ken Kellogg
Ron Kaufman
Cher Wilson
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NOVA l PBS
05/24/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Japan and China have successfully mined methane hydrates from the seafloor.
Japan and China have successfully mined methane hydrates from the seafloor

Japan and China Mine Risky 'Flammable Ice' From Seafloor - NOVA Next | PBS

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Chiara Burt
Sam Rosenstein
Megan Scott Scripps
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05/24/2017 at 00:13. Facebook
Live NOW! A panel discussion with filmmakers, scientists, and citizens about the Flint water crisis and NOVA's "Poisoned Water," airing Wednesday, May 31 at 9/8c on PBS.
Ray Pellerin
John Landry
Rob Meier
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NOVA l PBS
05/23/2017 at 20:50. Facebook
AlphaGo is better than ever, and it's already defeated the reigning 19-year-old grandmaster. —via WIRED
AlphaGo is better than ever and its already defeated the reigning 19yearold

Revamped AlphaGo Wins First Game Against Chinese Go Grandmaster

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Frank Baker
Kevin Wood
Randall Mann
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NOVA l PBS
05/23/2017 at 17:03. Facebook
Jon Paden
Marcus Poole
Maria Fiereck
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NOVA l PBS
05/23/2017 at 12:30. Facebook
Deep learning—one of the most promising approaches to artificial intelligence—could change the way cancer is detected.
Deep learningone of the most promising approaches to artificial intelligencecoul

Machine Learning Could Detect Cancer More Quickly and Accurately - NOVA Next | PBS

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Mark Traill
Kim Drake
James Morrison
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05/23/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
Ant societies could help us understand how complex social systems evolved.
Ant societies could help us understand how complex social systems evolved

The Secret Lives of Ants - NOVA Next | PBS

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Clark Mann
Patrick L Davis
Thom Foote
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NOVA l PBS
05/22/2017 at 21:24. Facebook
The neural network has "really, really bad ideas for paint names." —via Ars Technica
The neural network has "really really bad ideas for paint names" —via Ars Technica

An AI invented a bunch of new paint colors that are hilariously wrong

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Mariah Turner
Valerie Haun Bolinger
Jeremy Kirk
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NOVA l PBS
05/22/2017 at 17:17. Facebook
Susan Werb
Andrea Lutz
Virginia Hart
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NOVA l PBS
05/22/2017 at 02:53. Facebook
Few issues are as contentious as climate change. But does it have to be that way?
Few issues are as contentious as climate change But does it have to be that way

Taking Politics Out of Climate Change - NOVA Next | PBS

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Deborah L. Lewis
Richard Weisenberger
Adrian Johansson
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NOVA l PBS
05/21/2017 at 14:46. Facebook
Physicists don’t know what dark matter is quite yet, but they’re getting tantalizingly close.
Physicists dont know what dark matter is quite yet but theyre getting

Physicists Get a Glimpse of What Dark Matter Might Be - NOVA Next | PBS

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Richard Michael Rimmer
Mark Oliver
Chuck Wooldridge
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NOVA l PBS
05/20/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
"What best distinguishes our species is an ability that scientists are just beginning to appreciate: We contemplate the future." —via The New York Times
What best distinguishes our species is an ability that scientists are just

Opinion | We Aren't Built to Live in the Moment

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Linda Poveromo
Kathy White
Josh Benson