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Decoding Da Vinci

Journey to Florence to discover how Leonardo da Vinci used science, from human dissections to innovative painting techniques, to create his legendary artwork. Learn why Mona Lisa's smile is so captivating - and what it took to create it.

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S47 E3: Cat Tales

They may have stolen many hearts-and the internet-but cats can be perplexing pets. As much cuddly and playful as they are aloof and uncaring, they've often raised the question: Did humans ever really domesticate felines?
Four dogs of different sizes sit side by side in a line. | From "Nova: Dog Tales"
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54:11
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S47 E2: Dog Tales

Dogs have long been dependable companions by our sides. But it wasn't always that way-and a look at their closest living relative, the wolf, makes it clear why.
Man looks out to an icy landscape from "NOVA: Polar Extremes."
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S47 E1: Polar Extremes

Following a trail of fossils found in all the wrong places — beech trees in Antarctica, redwoods and hippo-like mammals in the Arctic — uncover the bizarre history of the poles, from miles-thick ice sheets to warm polar forests teeming with life.
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CRISPR Gene-Editing Reality Check

CRISPR gene-editing technology is advancing quickly. What can it do now—and in the future?
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Beyond the Elements: Life

Discover the fascinating chemistry that makes our world and everything in it—including us.
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Beyond the Elements: Indestructible

Discover the fascinating chemistry that makes our world and everything in it—including us.
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Beyond the Elements: Reactions

Discover the fascinating chemistry that makes our world and everything in it—including us.
Closeup image of a camera lens with a reflection of giraffes on it. | From "NOVA: Animal Espionage"
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53:29
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S46 E23: Animal Espionage

Camera traps and drones are revolutionizing the study of wildlife by providing an up-close look at animals without disturbing them.
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S46 E22: The Violence Paradox

Violence is all over the news. But some say we're living in the most peaceful time in history.
Newly surfaced fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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S46 E20: Dead Sea Scroll Detectives

What can new technology reveal about the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls?
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