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  • It's #NationalNanoDay! Here's how tiny little nano robots are transforming how drugs are delivered in the body. These nanomachines are so powerful, their synthesizers actually won the Nobel prize in chemistry in 2016.

      

  • Voracious, venomous and hella leggy, house centipedes are masterful predators with a knack for fancy footwork. Deep Look • PBS shows that not all their legs are made for walking, they put some to work in other surprising ways.

      

  • About half the world has internet access. That’s 3.6 billion people surfing the web. How much energy is that using?  And what is our online world doing to our planet’s climate?

      

  • Farting is hilarious and gross and everyone is doing it so why can’t we talk about the science of it?! Flatulence, passing gas, cutting the cheese, toots… whatever you call it, it's natural and here's how it works.

      

  • "I like being able to draw things that take a darkness and make it lighter." In honor of World Mental Health Awareness Day, which takes place on October 10,  Nine Network is sharing the story of local St. Louis artist Christine Bosch. This is her story, about how she uses her art to make the darkness in life less daunting.

      

  • Engines of Destruction: The Science of Hurricanes!

      

  • Every single thought, action, and feeling changes your brain. When repeated enough times, a habit is formed. Got a bad habit you just can’t seem to break? That’s because it’s literally wired into your brain.

      

  • What makes a book important? Why are some books required reading in high school, while others are lost to history? If you were ever wondering "Why did I have to read ____ in high school?" this is for you!

      

  • Climate change will push millions from their homes. Where will they go?

      

  • Why is “told” the past tense of “tell” but “smold” isn’t the past tense of “smell”? It turns out that the study of irregular verbs can teach us a lot about how languages evolve.  (video from It's Okay To Be Smart)

      

  • It's Okay to Fart

      

  • Why Do Disney Princesses All Look Like Babies?

      

It's #NationalNanoDay! Here's how tiny little nano robots are transforming how drugs are delivered in the body. These nanomachines are so powerful, their synthesizers actually won the Nobel prize in chemistry in 2016.

 

 

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