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This edition: Science & U!:The Best of 2015

Episode Details

Original tape date: November 1, 2015.

First aired: December 1, 2015.

The year is almost over and Science & U! would like to take a look back at some of our favorite segments from 2015:

Dr. Max Gomez maps out the parts of the brain to explain where our functions come from.

Tinabeth Pina gets a closer look at musical strings and the complexity that goes into creating strings that make the right sound.

Mike Gilliam visits the STREB Extreme Action Company which uses science to push the boundaries of dance and movement.

Vianora Vinca sits down with Fabien Cousteau, grandson of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, about his 31 day excursion living in an underwater sea lab.

Carol Anne Riddell meets a Girl Scout troop that‘s excited about technology, not cookies.

Donna Hanover finds a way for breast cancer patients to keep their hair during chemotherapy.

For More Information:
Brain Mapping - www.neurocni.com
D'addario - www.daddario.com
STREB Extreme Action Company - www.streb.org
Fabien Cousteau - fabiencousteau.org
Girl Scouts - www.girlscoutsnyc.org
- www.ngcproject.org

Cold Caps:
- www.cornellbreastcenter.com
- www.dignicap.com
- www.penguincoldcaps.com
- www.rapunzelproject.org

Guest List

Dr. David J. Chalif Chief Neurovascular Neurosurgery, North Shore LIJ

Dr. Tessa Cigler Weill Cornell Breast Center

Fabien Cousteau Ocean Explorer

John D'Addario III President, D'Addario & Company, Inc.

Carolyn Dempsey DigniCap Trial Participant

Alexi Feliciano Girl Scout

Anna Kalishman Girl Scout

Emily Layden Girl Scout

Sarah Pooley Manager, Youth Leadership & Volunteer Support, Girl Scouts of Greater New York

Bart Reid Value Stream Manager, D'Addario Wire Works

Tatiana Serafin Leader, Leader Troop 2832

Elizabeth Streb Choreographer, performer and teacher, STREB

Fan-Chia Tao Director of Research & Development, D'Addario & Company, Inc.

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