Wed, 05/24/2017 - 12:04pm
Frank Graff looks at the future of regenerative medicine with 3D printing using human cells in a growth medium. He talks with Dr. Anthony Atala about the printer's potential to replace damaged organs.
A study by Duke Health finds a new tool that produces a type of ultraviolet light, which could help hospitals fight drug-resistant bacterial infections.
America's astronauts all learned celestial navigation at Morehead Planetarium. More than 50 years after training there, Gemini and Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell returns to reminisce about the program.
Plants live in a world of constantly changing light. Researchers have identified that plants actually can detect shadows using a specific tool, which helps them maximize efficiency for capturing sunlight.
Frank Graff talks with author and biologist E.O. Wilson about his plan to help save the planet.
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