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"TechKnow" is a weekly series about innovations that can change lives, an ongoing exploration of the intersection of hardware and humanity. It's a show about science—by scientists.
Working to design structures that can withstand the fatal winds of an EF5 tornado.
Naturalist Phil Torres investigates a spider mystery in the Peruvian Amazon.
A high-tech box that keeps lungs breathing outside the human body.
Surgeons use special goggles developed for nocturnal military operations to help locate cancer cells during operations.
Early warning technology for earthquakes that could limit disaster and save lives.
Caltech's cutting edge research; searching for a cure in space; wind turbines inspired by jellyfish.
Researchers divulge secrets of the mysterious and misjudged tiger shark.
New technologies that allow vehicles to ``talk'' to each other.
Breakthrough surgery and a bionic eye may restore a blind woman's vision.
Doctors try to heal a baby's brain through umbilical cord blood infusion.
U.S. Forestry Services' effort to fight raging wildfires in the western states by starting new fires.
Do-it-yourself brain stimulation.
The latest enhancements in vehicle technology, from cars that talk to each other to cars that drive without a driver.
Scientists attempt to use technology to fight drought in America's largest produce-growing region, California.
A look at the San Francisco 49ers new environmentally friendly football stadium, including solar panels and recycled water.
Scientists working to capture smugglers and poachers of endangered animals around the world from the world's only forensics lab set up for this purpose.
Indoor farms are created in abandoned warehouses to aid in the relief of world hunger.
Earthquakes are increasing in frequency in unusual places; whether or not the fracking boom is causing earthquakes in states such as Oklahoma, Colorado and Texas.
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