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NOVA’s “Ice Age Footprints” Uncovers Ancient Human Footprints

Footprints found in White Sands, New Mexico could be the earliest evidence of humans ever found in North America
By Christina Zeiders

NOVA’s Dinosaur Apocalypse Offers a Glimpse into the Last Day of the Dinosaurs

Remarkable new fossil finds may provide a window into the final day of the dinosaur age
By Christina Zeiders

NOVA Examines New Climate Technologies that Aim to Cool the Planet

As wildfires rage and extreme weather sparks civil unrest, it’s clear that emission reductions alone may not prevent the dire effects of climate change. NOVA joins the scientists and engineers who are approaching climate change with new solutions that may help us cool the planet.

By Christina Zeiders

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Updated: April 7, 2022 | 12:13 pm

NOVA: The Cannabis Question

Eaten, dabbed, vaped and smoked – cannabis use is on the rise and our nation is at a crossroads
By Christina Zeiders


An ingenious new technology allows prosthetic legs to move and feel like the real thing.
By Fred Vigeant

The Great Mammoth Mystery

Sir David Attenborough explores a site with traces of ancient mammoths and Neanderthals.

By Fred Vigeant

Secrets in the Scat

Join biologists on an ingenious hunt for the clues hidden in animal poop.

By Fred Vigeant

Arctic Sinkholes

In the Arctic, enormous releases of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, threaten the climate.
By Fred Vigeant

My garden of a thousand bees

Discover the diverse species and personalities of bees who live in a British urban garden.

By Fred Vigeant

The Cannabis Question

NOVA investigates the story of cannabis in the U.S.

By Fred Vigeant