Science at WGBH

 
In collaboration with COPUS and Year of Science 2009, WGBH offers a wealth of programs on TV, radio, and the Web that commemorate important dates in scientific advancements throughout 2009.

April science programs on WGBH
Kids' Science Programs and Resources

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Susan Lindquist WGBH Forum Network Lectures on Science
Innovations
Science and the Arts
Energy and the Environment
Science in Everyday Life

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Lisa MullinsThinking Big
Host Lisa Mullins talks to intriguing men and women from the fields of science and technology in this five-part television series, originally broadcast in 2006, now available online and as an audio podcast.

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Emily Hueske and Neville SanjanaYoung Scientists Reach Out
MIT graduate students talk about sharing their knowledge of science with local schoolchildren and how that experience contributes to their own professional and intellectual development.
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seismometersWhat were scientists excited about in the 1960s? Three episodes of the WGBH-produced program Science Reporter give you an idea.
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an image of Einstein Science, Anyone?
The WGBH Lab held an open call for science-inspired videos. Check out some of our favorites from the local community.

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magifying glassRadio Lab
Five episodes explore the science of morality, detective work, music, space exploration, and the brain/body connection.
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picture of IzzyThe Greens
Meet The Greens, a fun new site encouraging kids ages 9–12 to care about the environment. Original cartoons, games, special features, action tips, a blog with cool links, and more!
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teachers domain logoTeachers' Domain
This treasure trove for K–12 science teachers offers more than 1,000 classroom- ready multimedia science resources to enhance students' learning experiences. (Free registration required)
 

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