A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
If you missed the special 2-hour kick-off episode, watch it now on GPB.org and find out how you can be a part of the voting process to choose America’s #1 book.
Truck driving jobs are going unfilled at alarming rates, but these positions pay well and they're here to stay.
So, how was your National Signing Day…???
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Do you want even more accuracy in your CFS reading? If so, an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler might be what you need. Here’s why.
Movie making isn’t purely magic. There’s a lot of technology behind how cameras capture images, and we offer a brief explanation.
Also known as “green screen,” chroma key isn’t just used by TV weather people. It’s also a great tool for creating special effects, as we explain here.
Different film frame rates are used for different types of entertainment. We build on our other two teachable moments from this episode with a quick explanation and overview.
This technology-based segment explains in simple terms the way refrigerant and evaporation combine to create air conditioning.
Before making films, we wanted to find out how films work. And that means learning about Persistence of Vision.
We again focus on technology, this time comparing incandescent lighting to LED lighting, learning how each works, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The odds are pretty good that you've used metadata. So now is a good time to find out exactly what it is.
Well you can’t run an airport without radar. So we take a moment to learn the basics of how radar works.
We explore the field of nuclear medicine technology with an explanation of the two types of radiation and the important differences in them.
Coca-Cola’s Freestyle drink machines use radio waves to communicate with suppliers, which makes them environmentally friendly, and more.
Once we’ve got a handle on radar, the next step is learning about transponders and why they work so well together.
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