Nova Science Now

Episode Guide

Season 4

SERIES 4, EPISODE 8 (#408)

Data from cave stalagmites and the Mississippi riverbed shed light on earthquakes in the heartland.

Series 4, Episode 7 (#407)

The repair mission for the Hubble space telescope, as astronauts try to fix crucial equipment that ...

Series 4, Episode 6 (#406)

The implications of the personal genetic profile, which will predict a person's chances of ...

Series 4, Episode 5 (#405)

A team of NASA scientists who will smash two SUV-sized rockets onto the lunar surface and unleash a ...

Series 4, Episode 4 (#404)

The science behind our sense of taste; a product that may fulfill the dream of creating an ...

Series 4, Episode 3 (#403)

Two drugs that may aid kids with muscular dystrophy; demise of the dinosaurs; profile of Franklin ...

Series 4, Episode 2 (#402)

Astronomers on the brink of finding "another Earth" in our galaxy, using a new planet-hunting ...

Series 4, Episode 1 (#401)

Breakthroughs in the engineering of artificial diamonds; the science that went into solving the ...

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