Nanotech Toolkits for Cancer | Plugging in Your Car
On this episode, we'll learn about a nano Swiss army knife of sorts for brain cancer. We will also get some good news for the future of cars that plug into the wall.
Engineering Body Parts | Understanding Potato Blight
On this episode, we'll talk to a researcher whose work on a 150-year-old potato disease is helping to keep our food safe today.
We'll also speak to a scientist who designs scaffolding that's used to build body parts.
Sex Changes for Oxygen and Nanotech Cancer Research
Learn about some fish that actually change their sex in water that's not to their liking, and hear from a researcher who uses tiny nanoparticles to detect cancer in its earliest stages.
DNA-Filled JELLO as a Cancer Therapy
This week we'll talk to a researcher who's developing a novel cancer treatment that uses DNA encased in gelatin.
Water: To Drink and To Store
This week's episode focuses on the importance of water. We will hear new research on how to filter and purify drinking water. We will also learn how phytoplankton in our oceans can remove and store carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Stopping Cancer with Nanoparticles | Antibacterial Honey
This week we will hear about two potential new ways to fight disease. First, nanoparticles may be used with traditional chemotherapeutics to selectively target and kill cancer cells. Also, honey is not just for eating but may be used to kill many types of bacteria.
Two Sides of the Same Nanoparticle | Tasmanian Tiger Genome
This week we will discuss potential health benefits and environmental concerns of nanoparticles. We will also find out about the implications of studying the genetics of the extinct Tasmanian Tiger.
A Nano-Sized Solution for Getting Rid of Salt | Exploring an Underwater Unknown
On this episode, we'll learn how nanoparticles could lead to inexpensive and safe fresh water supplies, and we'll hear about an expedition to an unexplored spot right here on Earth.
Storing Hydrogen in Nanotubes | Talking to a Computer for Better Health
Today we'll learn about using carbon nanotubes to store hydrogen in a car's gas tank, and hear from a scientist who is designing computer helpers you can talk to.
Nano-Magnetic Sponges for Art Restoration
On this episode, we'll hear how nano-magnetic sponges are being used to clean precious artwork.
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