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WIRED is the first word on how ideas and innovation are changing the world. Each month in the magazine and every day online, the editors deliver a glimpse into the future of business, culture, innovation, and science.
  • 02:29 WIRED SCIENCE  Deep Brain Stimulation  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Deep Brain Stimulation PBS

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    You've heard of a pacemaker for the heart, but what about for the head? We'll go under the knife with a Cardington, Ohio farmer who's getting electrodes implanted in his brain to alleviate the debilitating physical effects of a rare neurological disorder.

  • 04:47 WIRED SCIENCE  Whats Inside Rainn Wilson  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Whats Inside Rainn Wilson PBS

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    WIRED SCIENCE host Chris Hardwick and The Office scene-stealer Rainn Wilson (recently named one of People magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive") dive deep into the chemical guts of a common household product to discover "What's Inside.&q

  • 02:29 WIRED SCIENCE  Whats Inside with Chris Hardwick  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Whats Inside with Chris Hardwick PBS

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    Buy Wired Science DVD: http://www.shoppbs.org/entry.point?entry=2890898&source=PBSCS_YOUTUBE_WIREDSCIENCE:N:DGR:N:N:209:QPBS Chris Hardwick takes a look at the chemical guts of one of America's favorite dessert toppings. Tune in to WIRED SCIENCE on your l

  • 04:02 WIRED SCIENCE  Satellite Shopping  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Satellite Shopping PBS

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    It's been 50 years since the first satellite, Sputnik, was launched into orbit. Now, communication satellites are used in everything from radio and television to Internet connections. Special correspondent Adam Rogers knows a good business opportunity whe

  • 03:05 WIRED SCIENCE  Body Builders  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Body Builders PBS

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    Dr. Anthony Atala of Wake Forest University is building organs in his lab. Last year he publicized his success of growing bladders -- the first actual living human organs created in a lab and grown unattached to a human being. Correspondent Tamara Krinsky

  • 03:44 WIRED SCIENCE  Peak Water  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Peak Water PBS

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    Peak oil is the idea that the earth's oil resources are coming to a close. But it's not just oil that is disappearing, the earth's fresh water supplies are dwindling and H2O is disappearing as an inexpensive commodity. We travel to the American southwest

  • 02:17 WIRED SCIENCE  Virtual Paleontology  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Virtual Paleontology PBS

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    Using imaging technologies like CT scans, paleontologists are moving from the pit to the radiology lab, peering into those fossils, and into the past. Watch what the tools of modern science have discovered, two million years old and fused deep inside of m

  • 01:51 PBSs Science Pilots WIRED SCIENCE  Exploded View

    PBSs Science Pilots WIRED SCIENCE Exploded View

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    Featured segment from the pilot episode of WIRED SCIENCE on PBS. Ziya Tong, with the help of a rotary saw, slices through a plasma TV to explain its inner workings. Check out the website at www.pbs.org/wiredscience

  • 03:06 WIRED SCIENCE  Whats Inside Your Garden  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Whats Inside Your Garden PBS

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    Host Chris Hardwick takes a look at the chemical guts of household products and finds you're never more than two steps away from something gross. To see the full segment, visit http://www.pbs.org/kcet/wiredscience/video after original broadcast. Tune in t

  • 02:33 WIRED SCIENCE  Dangerous Science  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Dangerous Science PBS

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    Wired Senior Editor Adam Rogers goes in search of an old-fashion chemistry experience, and gets radiated in the process. Tune in to WIRED SCIENCE on your local PBS station (check local listings). For more information, visit http://www.pbs.org/wiredscience

  • 00:43 WIRED SCIENCE  Perfect Water  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Perfect Water PBS

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    Hollywood film studios have been using computers to create special effects for years. But to make computer-generated water look real on the big screen, you have to understand some pretty complicated physics. Adam Rogers goes behind the scenes at one of th

  • 01:01 WIRED SCIENCE  What is the Pi Song   PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE What is the Pi Song PBS

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    Meet Chris Hardwick, son of bowling legend Billy Hardwick, and one of our hosts. When he's not in the WIRED SCIENCE studio, he's on the road with his band, Hard n' Phirm, sharing his love of science through music and comedy. Their song, &qu

  • 01:55 WIRED SCIENCE  Flotsam Found  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Flotsam Found PBS

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    Retired oceanographer Curt Ebbesmeyer and his colleague tracked thousands of plastic toys that fell off a freighter during a storm to map current patterns. Their work leads them to an unbelievable discovery; a mass of swirling garbage in the North Atlanti

  • 05:45 WIRED SCIENCE  Dr Schrempps Chem Lab  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Dr Schrempps Chem Lab PBS

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    Host Chris Hardwick learns how to turn cotton balls into smokeless gunpowder with chemist Chris Schrempp, star high school teacher and author of the book Bangs, Flashes, and Explosions. To see the full segment, visit http://www.pbs.org/kcet/wiredscience/v

  • 01:44 WIRED SCIENCE  World War 20  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE World War 20 PBS

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    Wired writer Josh Davies investigates a 2007 botnet attack that took down Estonia, the most wired country in Europe. Tune in to WIRED SCIENCE on your local PBS station (check local listings). For more information, visit http://www.pbs.org/wiredscience.

  • 07:02 WIRED SCIENCE  Luis von Ahn Human Computation  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Luis von Ahn Human Computation PBS

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    Computer scientist Luis von Ahn is best known for inventing those twisted, blurry words that websites ask you to type to post a comment or send an email. Host Ziya Tong talks to the genius award recipient about how he hopes to trick us all into digitizing

  • 02:45 WIRED SCIENCE  Laser Archeology  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Laser Archeology PBS

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    Ben Kacyra grew up playing on ancient Mesopotamian ruins in his native Iraq. As an adult, he became a civil engineer and developed lasers that can scan buildings and translate them into three-dimensional blueprints. Host Ziya Tong takes a trip to Colorado

  • 03:24 WIRED SCIENCE   Stressed Out  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Stressed Out PBS

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    With normal wear and tear, bridges and aircraft have their mettle tested constantly. Fortunately, inspectors monitor these stressed out bodies to avoid catastrophic failures like the Minneapolis bridge collapse last summer. We travel to Vermont and New Me

  • 03:42 WIRED SCIENCE  Whats Inside Your Dog  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Whats Inside Your Dog PBS

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    Host Chris Hardwick takes a look at the chemical guts of household products and finds you're never more than two steps away from something gross. To see the full segment, visit http://www.pbs.org/kcet/wiredscience/video after original broadcast. Tune in t

  • 02:05 WIRED SCIENCE  Lie Detectors  PBS

    WIRED SCIENCE Lie Detectors PBS

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    A new wave of lie-detection technology relies on fMRI imaging technology and claims to be able to see inside your mind to tell if you are lying. Wired Senior Editor Adam Rogers subjects himself to this new technology and sees whether or not he's even thin

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