3-D printing human tissues and organs? Is this science fiction of science fact? Charles Fishburne of 89.9 WCVE has more in this Science Matters report.
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As culture and technology progress, we learn more and more about the natural world that surrounds us. From the obvious to the abstract, science has brought us a deeper understanding of everything from the daily sunlight that hits the Earth to the most distant places in the known universe. Our solar system is one of the biggest mysteries to humanity and we strive to know more and more about our own back yard. We’ve studied closer objects more, but what about those distant places? What do we really know about Pluto?
Our built world is a pretty remarkable byproduct of humanity. From door wedges to the International Space Station, we’ve become pretty good at making stuff. More recently the maker culture has exploded into many niche categories around the world, everything from custom made knives to walls that display vital health stats. Where did all this begin? What was the first thing that got the world of making going? Perhaps more importantly, who was the first maker?
We had a blast this year at Explore the Outdoors! Over 4,000 kids, their parents and friends joined us here at the station and in adjacent Huguenot Park for an afternoon of science exploration and fun. Thanks to all of our incredible community partners who participated and made this the best Explore the Outdoors yet.