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A podcast about possible tomorrows.
A brand new podcast about sports history.
Science: clear, crafty, and delivered to your door
What would it be like if everything you said was transcribed in real time?
Meet the scientists trying to recreate a dead man's fingerprints.
A series on how science and technology leaves out certain people, by design.
Why is my RFID chip considered a cyborg implant, and my IUD isn't?
Taking a project from hack to product is still extremely difficult.
Sex robots are a lot further away than you might think.
What's a 1956 General Motors ad doing in The Stepford Wives and Super Mario?
What does the future look like?
3D printed hands are cool, but they can't replace most prosthetics.
The way people describe autism makes it difficult, if not impossible, to define.
The science of and psychology behind bouncing breasts.
How many photographs are there of you in the world?
Why the 'Kitchen of the Future' always fails us.
The promise and the peril of the powered exoskeleton.
Archaeologists used to be obsessed with religion. Now they're not. Is the field worse off?
Futurism is dominated by men, and that's a bad thing.
Your vagina is not a machine, and you don't have to treat it like one.
Chosing between a prosthetic or a reconstructed limb is getting even harder.
The subversive science fiction of hip-hop.
Prosthetic devices have long been created by men, for men.
The long, dark history of the vaginal speculum, and why nobody can design a better one.
Egyptians did something surprising with their mummies.
How self tracking apps exclude women.
A stranger introduced me to a small town that shared my name and I can't stop going back.
The story of how one mummy was blamed for everything from the Titanic to World War I.
State-of-the-art prosthetic devices are awesome, but often aren't actually what amputees need.
Fancy prosthetic tech is advancing quickly. Farmers need something else.
Is the golden rule of robotics - the Uncanny Valley - a myth?
How do you say "when pigs fly" around the world?
One populatin of orca whales off Alaska speaks a langauge all their own.
Why do data centers suck so much power, and how can they be more efficient?
How do fake images change our memory, and our actions?
Should the "Blade Runner" be allowed to compete in London?
What happens before publication? My hand modeling debut. Oh and I also made the props.
The way girls talk might, like, effect you more than you think, you know?
How standard intelligence tests might be underestimating the potential of autistic kids.
An interactive iPad app for Scienceline.org.
A stop motion animation explainer about how beer is made.
Meet the world's most successful tumbleweed saleswoman.
True, personal stories about science, both funny and touching.
I go out and meet the people living the future today.
How technology and science are biased by design.
Killer robots, future burials, Star Wars and more.
Teaching science journalism.
Tech-savvy women creating the content we want to consume.
A new monthly digital magazine on culture, science and ideas.
Lessons worth sharing.
The story of our planet.
Keeping you current.
We find the best science multimedia on the web so you don't have to.