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KQED Science is the largest multimedia science and environment journalism and education unit in Northern California. KQED Science explores science and environment news, trends and events from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond with its award-winning, multimedia reporting on television, radio and the Web. KQED Science also produces educator resources and actively engages in community outreach around science and environment issues.

KQED Science was formed in October of 2012 as a result of KQED's commitment to increasing science news coverage and the consolidation of KQED’s two award-winning science and environment focused multimedia series, QUEST and Climate Watch.

KQED Science covers breaking science news on the radio, web and social media. It also produces a weekly radio feature; in-depth television reports; the web video series “Science on the SPOT;” resources for science teachers and other educators; daily blog posts from prominent science experts; and special coverage of the science of sustainability on TV, radio, education and web resources through its QUEST Northern California unit, part of a new partnership to expand science and environment coverage with other NPR and PBS stations in Seattle, Cleveland, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Nebraska.

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KQED Science is the largest multimedia science and environment journalism and education unit in Northern California. KQED Science explores science and environment news, trends and events from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond with its award-winning, multimedia reporting on television, radio and the Web. KQED Science also produces educator resources and actively engages in community outreach around science and environment issues.

KQED Science was formed in October of 2012 as a result of KQED's commitment to increasing science news coverage and the consolidation of KQED’s two award-winning science and environment focused multimedia series, QUEST and Climate Watch.

KQED Science covers breaking science news on the radio, web and social media. It also produces a weekly radio feature; in-depth television reports; the web video series “Science on the SPOT;” resources for science teachers and other educators; daily blog posts from prominent science experts; and special coverage of the science of sustainability on TV, radio, education and web resources through its QUEST Northern California unit, part of a new partnership to expand science and environment coverage with other NPR and PBS stations in Seattle, Cleveland, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Nebraska.

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    Predatory Plant: Lure of the Cobra Lily

    Predatory Plant: Lure of the Cobra Lily

    The cobra lily (Darlingtonia californica) uses deception and patience to trick unsuspecting insect prey into its highly specialized pitcher traps.

    • 5 min.
    • video
    Science of Beer: Tapping the Power of Brewer's Yeast

    Science of Beer: Tapping the Power of Brewer's Yeast

    Whether it’s a lager or ale, sour or bitter, dark or light, most beer has one thing in common: yeast. KQED Science visits a commercial yeast laboratory and a local brewery to reveal how this key ingredient is a major player in both science history and beer production.

    • 6 min.
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    200 Geeks, 24 Hours: Science Hack Day in San Francisco

    200 Geeks, 24 Hours: Science Hack Day in San Francisco

    A diverse group of "hackers" -- from developers and designers to scientists and students -- works side-by-side to see what they can quickly create within 24 consecutive hours.

    • 6 min.
    • video
    ZomBees: Flight of the Living Dead

    ZomBees: Flight of the Living Dead

    Something strange and unsettling is happening to Bay Area honeybees. Entomologists at San Francisco State University have identified the culprit: a tiny parasitic fly is causing the bees to exhibit bizarre nocturnal behaviors before suffering a gruesome demise.

    • 6 min.
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    Fighting Food Waste

    Fighting Food Waste

    Forty percent of the food produced in the U.S. goes uneaten. This massive waste occurs as one in six Americans struggles with hunger every day, even in affluent regions such as Silicon Valley.

    • 6 min.
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    Stanford Students Debut Solar-Powered Prefab Home

    Stanford Students Debut Solar-Powered Prefab Home

    Stanford University students set out to revolutionize home design by entering a solar powered prefab house into the Department of Energy's biennial Solar Decathlon competition.

    • 3 min.

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