Host Mo Rocca shows us the best of our first 100 shows, including The Wolves of Yellowstone. The teen who created an app to help those being bullied in school. The Jetman who flies with wings on his back. And, the story of Rosa Parks and restoring the bus where she made history.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The woman who started an organization to encourage young women to learn computer coding. The man who created a paper airplane drone. How designers Charles and Ray Eames used design to teach math. And, the glove helping the disabled.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The Cat backpack. The man who invented the Segway. We get inventive advice from the innovators we’ve profiled. And, the history of pressed glass.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The inexpensive artificial arm invented by a teen. The mouthpiece that’s an Automatic Toothbrush. The mechanical snake that seeks out water pollution. And, the machine based on early computer theories.
Host Mo Rocca shows us: The innovation of floating down a river on a hammock. The inventor of shoes that grow along with the child’s foot. The mesmerizing movements of the wind-driven sculptures called Strandbeests. And, how electricity first moved from the lab to the home.
Host Mo Rocca shows us the jet hoverboard that flies over 100 miles per hour as high as 9,000 feet; 3D printed homes built in a day; the new food made from pond scum; and when the world transitioned from horses to cars. (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us how science is transforming spinach leaves into new heart tissue; how to deter burglars with a fog security system; how to turn cement pipes into compact housing; and when U.S. automakers became wartime plane makers. (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us the innovative artist turning folded paper into unbelievable sculpture; the company that turns used shipping containers into indoor farms; a new discovery to grow crops in deserts; and the historic home where the Wright Brothers grew up. (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us an inner-tube-like system saving homes from floods; the artistic baker using math to create her artistic pies; a French app maker keeping travelers safe by warning of high-crime areas to avoid; and the history of ham radios keeping the world connected. (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us the bright artist using the sun's rays to make an imprint on the world; the teens creating techie tents for the homeless; the handheld device saving lives by detecting peanuts and gluten in foods; and the task of moving historic structures to Detroit to keep for posterity. (TV-G)
Host Mo Rocca shows us the start-up using drones to deliver lifesaving blood to difficult-to-reach villages in Africa; the bed fan that's a hot leg fan; 3D-printed bicycle tires that never go flat; and how the typewriter changed the history of communication. (TV-G)
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