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TERRA 304: Jewels of The Jungle – Part 2

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In the second installment of "Jewels of the Jungle," Dr. Strobel's worldwide quest for the next super drug continues in the laboratory as he investigates endophytes. What is so special about these tiny symbiotic micro...

TERRA 703: Lines In The Sand

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In 1998, Dr. James Thomson perfected a method to grow human Embryonic Stem Cells in a laboratory environment. His discovery sparked a new debate in what historically has been a long line of moral dilemmas initiated by...

TERRA 1029: Forest in Flux

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A young boy goes on a hike in forest near his home. He sees changes happening in the forest and follows the clues to discover what is killing the trees.

TERRA 707: TRUST Arizona

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In this episode of the TRUST Series, meet Jaime Lynn Butler, an 11-year-old Navajo artist, who recognizes the extreme difficulty this administration faces dealing with the current political climate crisis. On January ...

TERRA 907: Beating Batten

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Genetics and stem cell research draw a huge controversy. Underlined by the background story of Sara, who suffered an unusual and rare disease, we explore the inspiration and the driving forces for research. As long as...

TERRA 613: Biofilm

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"Biofilm" is an introduction to a relatively new field of medical research that investigates bacteria colonies known as biofilm. Recent research has shown that biofilm colonies often inhabit wounds of immuno-compromis...

TERRA 321: Jewels of the Jungle – Series 2 – Part 1

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"Jewels of the Jungle" is back by popular demand! Picking up where we left off from the first half of Jewels, the second series continues plant scientist Dr. Gary Strobel's amazing journey around the world to discover...

TERRA 1027: The Story of P

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We’re running out of phosphorus, a critical nutrient in our diet. The Story of P explores how an emerging technology, no-mix toilets, can help us recover this valuable resource. While at the same time, saving us money...

TERRA 807: Inches of Snow and Tide

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The Olympic Peninsula is a land of snowy mountains, rocky tidepools, and crashing waves. Explore one small patch of coastline at low tide and you can find tiny sea stars, camouflaged fish, and eighty-year-old anemones...

TERRA 1101: The Owls of Montana – Episode 2

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This second episode of a 2-part series on Montana's owls gets up close and personal! Distill Productions follows along with the team at the Owl Research Institute as they trap and tag Boreal, Northern Sah-wet, and Sho...

TERRA 444: Museum of the Rockies: Dino Diaries

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Have you ever wondered how scientists look for dinosaur bones, or how they get these fossils safely out of the ground once they find them? Find answers to these questions and more as students and paleontologists from ...

TERRA 608: The Species Problem

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These days the term 'species' is thrown around as if it were a definite unit, but the realities of defining a species are much trickier, and more contentious, than they seem. ;Biologists have argued over the definitio...

TERRA 539: Energy’s Future

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'Energy's Future' tells the story of Joules, a high school junior faced with the pressing decision about what to do after graduation. Joule's daily routine of work, classes, and friends leaves her little time to figur...

TERRA 239: The Last Run – Part 3

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Part Three of "THE LAST RUN" chronicles the spawn, the critical final chapter in the salmon life cycle. In 2002, under pressure from a serious drought, upstream farmers were authorized by the President of the United S...

TERRA 904: WildFIRE PIRE: Maori Word for Fire

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When the Maori arrived to New Zealand in 900AD, it was one of the last places to be settled on Earth by humans. They brought many elements of their Polynesian culture to the Islands, but none transformed the landscape...

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