Scientists study how thunderstorms interact with pollutants in the atmosphere
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Inside Science TV (ISTV) produces short-form news vignettes about cutting-edge research and development in science, engineering, and mathematics designed to fit seamlessly into local television newscasts in stations across the United States and internationally. Inside Science TV is supported by the American Institute of Physics and a group of science, engineering, and mathematics societies.
Detecting biofilms can better diagnose and treat chronic ear infections
Bioengineers create new medical bandage for the sensitive skin of newborns and elderly patients.
Opening up the possibility of eliminating surgery in order to replace batteries
Roof color positively affects temperature in urbanized areas
Accelerators can probe artwork's origins
Scientists explain how love truly is a chemical reaction
Biomechanics researchers are using a special slip simulator to study ways to reduce worker injuries associated with tripping and falling
First-ever study aims to help in developing improved child helmets
Engineers help protect airplane pilots from blinding lights
Shells can provide whispers of ocean history
Mathematicians are helping police find the locations where future crime is most likely to occur.
Adding boron to carbon nanotubes creates twisty, magnetic sponge.
Top-heavy design increases stability
Computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have developed 'TapSense' technology that uses the acoustic signals from different parts of the finger to activate a touchscreen in different ways.
Acoustics can pinpoint whether a driver, or a passenger, is working with a smartphone inside a car in efforts to reduce distracted driving.
A virtual reality room called StarCAVE takes scientific exploration, and potentially home entertainment, to a whole new level.
Particle detected that could supply a missing piece of the cosmic puzzle.
Roboticists create multi-functional toy blocks that teach the basics of robot-building to kids.