SciTech Now | October 26, 2016
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Wildlife expert Carl Safina says many animals have complex thoughts and emotions and hopes his latest books helps them make their own case for survival.
It’s difficult to imagine life as an octopus, but we can start by imaging we have taste buds on the bottoms of our feet.
Are we alone in the universe? Astrobiologist Caleb Scharf talks about how scientists are trying to answer that question.
Researchers are tracking the geographic and genetic history of the Zika virus to understand how a mild disease became a worldwide epidemic.
A Sprint Cup race car gets just a few miles to the gallon. So what’s with all those solar panels at the Daytona International Speedway?