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Researchers tether baby scallops in an experiment to understand how best to restore them.
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11/13/2018 | 3m 27s
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10/18/2018 | 5m 20s
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10/16/2018 | 4m 31s
How horseshoe crabs save lives
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10/15/2018 | 4m 28s
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10/15/2018 | 5m 14s
A stainless steel composite foam can block blast pressure and fragmentation.
10/11/2018 | 5m 28s
Designing the perfect weed killer
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10/01/2018 | 5m 37s
Scientists are making skin for robots
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10/01/2018 | 4m 51s
What it takes to tune an organ
Engineers show how a giant pipe organ is built and makes sound.
09/26/2018 | 5m 31s
Bringing oysters back to NC
Swan Island is NC’s largest oyster reef restoration project.
09/05/2018 | 4m 14s
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05/11/2018 | 6m 32s
Saving Wilson Bay from years of sewage pollution
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03/07/2018 | 5m 12s
Why this "fail lab" breaks materials
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02/14/2018 | 3m 58s
How personal values matter when making choices
New research sheds light on how we make moral decisions.
02/07/2018 | 5m 37s
At Water's Edge
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09/07/2018 | 5m 20s
Attack of the body-snatching parasite
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02/01/2018 | 2m 48s
How physics makes hockey happen
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01/25/2018 | 4m 51s
Using fire as a tool for conservation.
01/18/2018 | 4m 43s
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01/12/2018 | 5m 28s
Alligators as Neighbors
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