With growing pressure on the world's gas supply, University of Nebraska biologist George Oyler is working with researchers in California and New Mexico on a fuel alternative -- algae for fuel.
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NET Television travels 9,000 miles to chronicle the work of Dr. Charles Wood, head of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Center for Virology, who, with his Zambian Partner Dr. Chipepo Kankasa, is educating mothers about HIV transmission.
At the amazing cost of $20 per eye, Dr. Michael Feilmeier performs surgery that restores sight to poor Haitians.
When your classroom is a river and the water dries up, what can you teach? This year the Summer Orientation About Rivers used the worst drought in 50 years as a teachable moment.
This episode includes stories about hidden waters of the Sandhills, a methane digester that converts hog waste into electricity, how UNL helps researchers in California and New Mexico turn algae into fuel, and attempts to save endangered Tiger Beetles.
An NET Public Media presentation. Geothermal energy is gaining the attention of many people across the U.S. as a way to solve the energy crisis facing our country. This program explains how the technology works and gives homeowners a view into the installation process.