April 29, 1994

CORAL REEFS – Threatened?

Are coral reefs being threatened by the activities of humans?

April 28, 1994

CORAL REEFS – An Introduction

What is it like to explore a coral reef?

April 27, 1994

HERBAL MEDICINE – Home Remedies

Some common herbs are used medicinally in many households.

April 26, 1994

HERBAL MEDICINE – Goldenseal & Ginseng

For centuries, cold sufferers have turned to herbal medicine for relief.

April 25, 1994

OSTRICH RANCHING – A Lucrative Investment

Attracted by shorter hours and higher income, some farmers are switching from raising beef cattle to ostrich ranching.

April 21, 1994

STUDENT ENERGY RESEARCH

A statewide competition in New York encourages high school students to come up with innovative solutions to energy or environmental challenges.

April 20, 1994

RECYCLING NUCLEAR WASTE

Scientists have found a way to recycle spent nuclear fuel.

April 19, 1994

HERBAL MEDICINE – Echinacea

Often overlooked, there are a wealth of plants in North America with potential medicinal value.

April 18, 1994

CANADA GEESE – Admiring From Afar

What can you do with a yardfull of Canada Geese?

April 15, 1994

CANADA GEESE – Crowding

Recently, populations of Canada Geese in our cities and suburbs have risen dramatically. And while they may be beautiful to look at, they can cause a lot of damage.

April 14, 1994

PESTICIDES AND SUSCEPTIBILITY

In order to prevent immunity, scientists are developing methods of keeping insects genetically susceptible to pesticides.

April 13, 1994

NATURAL PESTICIDE – Responsible Use

Overuse of pesticides could give rise to super insects.

April 12, 1994

A NATURAL PESTICIDE

By examining the chemistry of soil bacteria, scientists have developed a natural pesticide.

April 11, 1994

MONITORING HIGHWAYS WITH SOUND

In order to design more efficient highways of the future, scientists are monitoring the sounds of traffic flow.

April 8, 1994

FAIRCHILD GARDENS – Hurricane Andrew

In Florida, a living museum of rare plants is assessing the damage to its collection and rebuilding after Hurricane Andrew.

April 7, 1994

HUMAN – ANIMAL COMMUNICATION

Around the world, people attempt to communicate with animals in very similar ways.

April 6, 1994

HUMAN – ANIMAL INTERDEPENDENCE

A vast number of animals in the world live in close cooperation with other species, and humans are no exception.

April 5, 1994

THE BAYAKA – A Moment in Sound

The voices of women from the Bayaka tribe create cathedral-like acoustics in a rainforest in central Africa.

April 4, 1994

THE BAYAKA – Bees

Honeybees are the supreme commanders of the Central African rainforest, and living in their midst can be a real challenge.

April 1, 1994

MINING RECYCLEABLES – Total Recycling

By collecting and reselling what people throw away, an entrepreneur hopes to promote total recycling.