• DragonflyTV . Podcast - Wait a Nanosecond 2 | PBS KIDS GO!

    Should products made using nanotechnology be labeled as such? ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Butterfly Wings | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're Emily and Julie and we are crazy about butterflies! We decided to take a trip to the Butterfly House at the North Carolina Museum of Life Sciences. While we were there we saw lots of different kinds of butterflies including a Blue Morpho. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Hockey Sticks | PBS KIDS GO!

    I'm Jordan and recently I got a new CNT (that stands for Carbon Nanotube) hockey stick! My friend Nick and I had some questions about nanotubes so we decided to get some answers and find out: Do nanotubes really make a better hockey stick? ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Wait a Nanosecond 1 | PBS KIDS GO!

    What do you know about nanotechnology? ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Where's Nano | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're Regina, Linda, Harrison, Jared, Lorenz, and Randi, and we just met for at a science camp reunion at the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center in Chapel Hill, NC. We visited the "Zoom In" exhibit and were surprised to learn that even mucus (yuck!) has something to do with the nanoscale. ......

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - What's Nano | PBS KIDS GO!

    I'm Ebony and this is my cousin, Jasmine. My mom says that nanotechnology is helping make electronics, like my cell phone, smaller and smaller. That's about all we knew about nanotechnology. But then we caught the Amazing Nano Brothers Juggling Show at the Museum of Science in Boston. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Sea Turtles | PBS KIDS GO!

    Aloha! We live in Maui, where the surfing is awesome! Anytime we're in the water, there's a chance we'll see one of our favorite animals, the honu, or sea turtle. We know that it is important to leave the honu alone in the wild, but we also know that their population is shrinking. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Lava Flow | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're Julia and Briana, and we live on the island of Hawai'i, where lots of lava can be found! Lava flows are very unique environments. They look like a cross between the moon and a gigantic parking lot! Even though volcanoes have been erupting here for thousands of years, much of the big island is...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Alligator Habitat | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're Katelyn and Blake and we're nuts about animals-especially reptiles! Katelyn is a junior volunteer at the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science in our hometown of Jackson, Mississippi. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Garbology | PBS KIDS GO!

    We live in Birmingham, Alabama. We know that three ways to eliminate pollution are to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Our teachers are always encouraging us to recycle used paper, but we wanted to investigate more about the other two Rs, reduce and reuse. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Gravity Fountain | PBS KIDS GO!

    We play in the water every chance we get. When we go to our favorite water park, we have a blast playing with the fountains. That got us thinking: what does it take to make a high-spraying fountain? We went to the Montshire Museum in Norwich, Vermont, to do some hands-on experimenting with water....

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Kinetic Sculpture Challenge | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're John, Elly, Nick and Linnea--and we're the F.A.T. 4! What's that? We're an engineering squad that's participating in the MIT Museum's annual Friday after Thanksgiving Chain Reaction event. It's a crazy science fun-for-all where teams of inventors create kinetic sculptures of everyday items....

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Baby Dinosaurs | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're dino-crazy! And we're also lucky, because we live in Montana, an excellent place to study dinosaur fossils. We went to Egg Mountain, an important dig site, to go fossil hunting! Molly, an educator from the Museum of the Rockies, came with us. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Geysers | PBS KIDS GO!

    We love exploring Yellowstone National Park. There are so many cool things to see: the canyon, waterfalls, wildlife, lakes, hot springs, and geysers! We went to Canyon Visitor Center to learn more about these features-especially the thermal basins, places where there are lots of geysers or hot springs....

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Farm Animals | PBS KIDS GO!

    We like to write science fiction stories. Crazy stories like when our positronic brains jump on the space time continuum to alternative universes. When we want to brainstorm new ideas, we go to SciWorks, our hometown science center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Wetlands | PBS KIDS GO!

    We all have really different interests-from computers to horses to piano. But one thing we have in common is that we're SciGirls! SciGirls is an after-school program that encourages girls in science. We love it! And the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, North Carolina is our SciGirls headquarters....

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Cave Swallows | PBS KIDS GO!

    We're Isabel and Emily and we're spelunkers! That means we like exploring caves. We went to Carlsbad Caverns to help with an ongoing cave swallow study. But first, we stopped by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science to check out what animals lived in our state during different times...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Balloon Fiesta | PBS KIDS GO!

    We live in one of the coolest cities, or should we say hottest? We live in Albuquerque, New Mexico, home of one of the biggest hot air balloon festivals anywhere. We hope to get up in one of those giant balloons someday, but in the meantime, we're doing some investigating on a smaller scale. ...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Temperate Rainforest | PBS KIDS GO!

    We live in Ketchikan, Alaska, where it rains 25 feet a year! All that water helps trees and other plants grow like crazy. That's why the Tongass National Forest-the largest temperate rain forest in the world-grows so well here. Some days when it's raining, and we can't get out and enjoy nature, we...

  • DragonflyTV . Podcast - Glaciers | PBS KIDS GO!

    We live in Juneau, Alaska, which is home to 38 glaciers flowing from the gigantic Juneau Ice Field. We love being outside, especially during our short Alaskan summers, so we decided to check out a glacier up close at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. ...