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New Languages in South Bend

10/22/2018
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How is the South Bend Code School using a new language--computer coding—to help children develop solutions to make the world a better place?

Duration:00:06:23

The Guinea Pigs of Notre Dame

10/9/2018
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Can you still be a path-breaking scientist even if you’re later proven wrong?

Duration:00:08:04

A Hubbub in Indiana

9/25/2018
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How did Indiana women in the sixties come together to convince lawmakers to pass a landmark piece of legislation to ban phosphates?

Duration:00:09:28

The Attic Lab

9/11/2018
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How did a campus dance and a roomful of bunnies in Bloomington, Indiana, lead to one of the 20th century’s greatest breakthroughs in genetics?

Duration:00:05:45

The Buzz in Bloomington

5/29/2018
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How is one young entrepreneur harvesting data and honey from beehives to better protect these vital pollinators?

Duration:00:05:04

Dig Indy!

5/16/2018
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How are civil engineers eliminating Indianapolis's sewage overflow problem and what effect will it have on the White River?

Duration:00:06:16

The Marie Curie Effect

5/1/2018
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What happened when a modern-day Hoosier archaeologist uncovered evidence of a long-overlooked woman’s contributions to the field?

Duration:00:07:33

Rome Wasn’t Built (in 3D) in a Day

4/17/2018
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How is one Hoosier professor bringing the ancient world to life with the most cutting edge technology available?

Duration:00:05:20

The Creatures of Goose Pond

4/3/2018
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Where do whooping cranes, shorebirds, and Hoosier scientist and educator George Sly converge?

Duration:00:06:37

Pike County Physicist

3/21/2018
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How did a farm girl from Hazleton, IN use her small town Hoosier values when she became a world-class scientist and educator?

Duration:00:06:02

The Battle Against Addiction

2/27/2018
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Who are the Hoosiers taking action against opioids in Indiana?

Duration:00:06:44

The Reverend and Red Blood Cells

2/20/2018
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How did a beloved Catholic monk and civil rights activist help Indiana become a leader in the treatment of a rare blood disorder?

Duration:00:08:42

Ag, Bio, Sciences, Oh My!

11/28/2017
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How is one organization's commitment to collaboration across industries change the way Hoosiers solve big problems? Sound Bites is going on a holiday break! Check out Season 3 beginning in early 2018!

Duration:00:06:08

The Aquanaut

11/14/2017
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What is space medicine and how did Hoosier Serena Aunon-Chancellor beat the odds to become an astronaut doctor?

Duration:00:06:36

The Future of Transportation

10/31/2017
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How did Chauncey Rose’s new building transform the railroad industry and Indianapolis?

Duration:00:06:15

The Guinea Pigs of Notre Dame

10/17/2017
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Can you still be a path-breaking scientist even if you’re later proven wrong?

Duration:00:07:37

Bedrock of Hoosier Innovation

10/3/2017
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How did two Hoosiers, Judy and Dave Elliott, innovate in an industry that barely changed over hundreds of years?

Duration:00:04:48

The Father of Synthetic Rubber

9/19/2017
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How did a Belgian immigrant turned Hoosier solve one of the greatest problems of the 1900s, lack of access to rubber?

Duration:00:06:43

Erich and the Wolves

9/4/2017
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Why did Dr. Erich Klinghammer bring wolves back to the Hoosier state? How has his work made an impact on Indiana and the world?

Duration:00:06:40

A Laboratory at the Limberlost

8/22/2017
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How did a swamp in northeastern Indiana inspire Gene Stratton-Porter to become an innovative photographer, best-selling author and self-taught scientist?

Duration:00:06:22