SciTech Now | April 20, 2016

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What happens when a seed sprouts in space? A Southern Illinois University plant scientist’s experiment on the International Space Station is adding to the knowledge that could help feed space travelers headed for Mars.

Researchers in Kansas City are studying little fish whose organs may hold clues to human development.

How is climate change impacting the migration and breeding habits of arctic sparrows, and why are scientists so concerned?

Are we investing enough to prepare for the impact of climate change on food, water, water, and shelter? Hari Sreenivasan discusses the “climate innovation gap” with climate scientist Peter DeMenocal.

Two entrepreneurs using store-bought technology have built a device that could bring big changes in the field of physical therapy.


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