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Look Who's Driving

Tech giants and car manufacturers alike are developing self-driving cars, and some of them are already on public roads. But what must computers be capable of to truly take the wheel? And could they eventually be safer than human drivers?

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Search Engine Breakdown

Two leading researchers investigate racial bias built into widely used search engines.
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Fighting for Fertility

Follow the journeys of people navigating fertility challenges from structural inequalities and racism to falling sperm counts, egg freezing, and IVF.
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Reef Rescue

Scientists race to help corals adapt to warming oceans through assisted evolution.
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Picture a Scientist

Researchers expose longstanding discrimination against women in science.
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Looking for Life on Mars

NASA launches its most ambitious search yet for traces of ancient life on Mars.
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Secrets in our DNA

More than 12 million Americans have sent their DNA to be analyzed by companies like 23andMe and AncestryDNA, but what actually happens once the sample is in the hands of testing companies? What are they looking at and how accurate are they?
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S47 E16: Can We Cool The Planet?

As global temperatures rise, scientists are exploring geoengineering solutions, from planting trees to sucking carbon out of the air to physically blocking out sunlight. But would it work? And what are the risks of engineering Earth's climate?
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S47 E15: Touching The Asteroid

If spacecraft OSIRIS-REx can grab a piece of an asteroid and bring it back to Earth, scientists could gain great insight into our planet's origins, and even how to defend against rogue asteroids. But NASA only gets three shots at collecting a sample.
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S47 E14: A to Z – How Writing Changed The World

Just as handwritten records changed how societies work, the printing press transformed the spread of information, igniting the Industrial Revolution. How did technologies — from pen to paper to printing press — make it all possible?
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