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This Week on Cycle of Health

This week on Cycle of Health: A coping mechanism that might be hard to understand. We meet an American living with HIV and learn how updated treatments keep him honed in on better health. Plus, the science behind a smile and how kindness is contagious. Cycle of Health airs Thursday at 8 p.m. on WCNY [...]

This Week on Insight

This week on Insight: Laughing our way to the state capitol, where journalists and politicians declare a truce once a year, to pull together one of the longest-running live political satire shows in America. Friday at 9 p.m. on WCNY [...]

This Week on SciTech Now

On the next SciTech Now:  Find out how a Cornell team of scientists could help usher in ultra-thin electronics with a transistor just three atoms thick. Then we see how a new technology could take the food you throw away and put it back on the grocery store shelves. What’s behind the planet’s next mass […] [...]

“The Bomb” airs July 28 at 8 p.m. on WCNY

The story of nuclear weapons, from the earliest A-bomb tests to their impact on global politics. Included: remarks from historians Richard Rhodes, Martin Sherwin, Robert Norris and Sergei Khrushchev; former secretary of state George Shultz; and former defense secretary William Perry. [...]

This Week on Cycle of Health

This week on Cycle of Health: A coping mechanism that might be hard to understand. We meet an American living with HIV and learn how updated treatments keep him honed in on better health. Plus, the science behind a smile and how kindness is contagious. Cycle of Health airs Thursday at 8 p.m. on WCNY [...]

This Week on Insight

This week on Insight: Laughing our way to the state capitol, where journalists and politicians declare a truce once a year, to pull together one of the longest-running live political satire shows in America. Friday at 9 p.m. on WCNY [...]

This Week on SciTech Now

On the next SciTech Now:  Find out how a Cornell team of scientists could help usher in ultra-thin electronics with a transistor just three atoms thick. Then we see how a new technology could take the food you throw away and put it back on the grocery store shelves. What’s behind the planet’s next mass […] [...]

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