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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles one of science's major challenges in each episode of What's the Next Big Thing? He will guide us as he explores dramatic discoveries and the frontiers of research that connect each central, provocative mystery. Program episodes include: Social Robots; Robotic Cars; Detecting Earthquakes; Smart Grid; and Profile: Jay Keasling.
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PBSNOVA scienceNOW: What's the Next Big Thing? DVD
 
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5.0

Very informative and challenging

By sirIsaac

from Batavia, IL

Comments about PBS NOVA scienceNOW: What's the Next Big Thing? DVD:

He is a very good presenter

 
5.0

This type of programming is fabulous!

By Sally

from Stamford, CT

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Comments about PBS NOVA scienceNOW: What's the Next Big Thing? DVD:

This program was so concise, so well put together and so well presented. It was certainly a great learning experience which is exactly what I wanted. What's The Next Big Thing is a production for all ages! Simply wonderful.

 
5.0

Nice Preview Of The Future And Fun

By BagmanAsperBill

from Lake Zurich Illinois

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Comments about PBS NOVA scienceNOW: What's the Next Big Thing? DVD:

It is always nice for me to watch new deGrasse Tyson be my guide on this show and to see the facsinating gagets, devlopments and medical breaktrhoughs. I knew about things like robots, smart grids and swithgrass from the news but good they are still want to try it. Too bad we still have to wait for the new cars, but they are newer versions of cars than the ones I had seen before. I wonder what happened ones I saw 20 to 25 years ago? Nice to see some good microbes being put to work rather than hearing about the bad ones that are diease.

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