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See inside Einstein’s brain, boost your memory, meet post-injury savants, and more.
Greet the future: social robots, a "smart" electric grid & microbes that make diesel fuel.
Explore the origin of our solar system and the start of life itself.
Dogs, dolphins, parrots and even octopuses (mere mollusks!) may be smarter than you think.
Neuroscientist Jacopo Annese prepares H.M.’s brain for further study.
Chefs are turning to the chemical cabinet to create new dishes.
Scientists are using neuroimaging and genetic testing to uncover biological aggression.
Recently released brain images could provide new clues as to what made Einstein so smart.
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Meet the people building tomorrow’s robots, mind-reading machines, and more.
See inside Einstein’s brain, learn how to boost your memory, meet people who became savant
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Antiques Roadshow cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.
Test your classical music IQ by clicking the play button to listen to the sound clips. Identify the composer for each piece and reveal your score!
Historian Garrett Peck discusses the history of brewing in the nation's capital. D.C.'s beer heritage dates back to 1770 and claims some very innovative brewers.
Arthur follows the adventures and misadventures of 8-year-old Arthur Read (an aardvark), his little sister D.W., and his friends and family.
On a snowy night in 1965, Hyattsville, Maryland's DeMatha Catholic High School defeated Lew Alcindor's Power Memorial Academy in what many call the greatest high school hoops game ever played.
Enjoy this step through time charting WETA's history from its founding in the 1950s to becoming a major national producer for PBS.