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Jim Field (Left) a PhD  professor and chair of the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona, and Christopher Olivares (right) a student in the department of chemical and environmental engineering at the University of Arizona talk about bomb eating bugs.

Explosive Idea: Bomb-Eating Bugs

Find out how some tiny bacteria could help environmental cleanup

Student Club Promotes Diversity with Bilingual Conference

Arizona Model United Nations welcomed nearly 400 high school students to their 50th Annual High School Conference.

Teachers' Voices with Noah Mickey-Colman and Jackie Nichols

Two educators tell how a take-home laptop program at Lauffer Middle School has helped the students get involved with their learning in new ways.

UA Professor Matthew Mars and Co-Owner of the Velocis bicycle Taylor Hedberg tell us about the McGuire Entrepreneurship Program and the success of winning the McGuire award by creating the custom made bike, the Velocis, and how to get involved in the entrepreneurship program.

Electric Bicycle: Creating an Innovative Solution

The UA's McGuire Entrepreneurship Program encourages business, social change

Eugene Sander, President of the University of Arizona talks about the upcoming semester and a new program, Tech Launch Arizona.

University of Arizona Ramps Up Tech Marketing Efforts

Tech Launch Arizona program intends to get local research to international marketplace

"Revenge of the Electric Car" director Chris Paine

Revenge of the Electric Car

In 2006, director Chris Paine made the film "Who Killed the Electric Car?". Now, he's back with a new film which documents what he calls an "industry revolution in progress".

AZPM technology expert Jason Katterhenry talks about concerns over cell phone security.

Can Consumer Protection Become Consumer Control?

Proposed Internet-related federal legislation is raising eyebrows

A group shot of some of the women mathematicians who are featured in the documentary "Top Secret Rosies".

Top Secret Rosies

A documentary tells the true story of how a select group of civilian female mathematicians helped the U.S. achieve victory during World War II.

Charting Success: A Discussion About Vision, Customer Loyalty and Building Amazing Products

Jack Tretton President and Chief Executive Officer Sony Computer Entertainment of America

Executive director of the National Center for Border Security and Immigration, Dr. Elyse Golob tells us about the new technology the nation's security have created.

Avatar Brings Technology to Border Security

Developed at UA, machine can sense minute changes, responses at checkpoints

How Technology is Changing the Public Library

The Pima County Public Library relies more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books?

An update on the sample return mission of the OSIRIS REx Asteroid.

Work Begins for 15-Year Study of Asteroid

OSIRIS-REx team starts biggest science project ever at UA; cost: $800M

Jason Katterhenry - AZPM Technology Contributor

Google Strategy: Purchase Motorola Mobility

Technology contributor Jason Katterhenry weighs in on Google's biggest deal so far

The Changing Face of the Public Library

The Pima County Public Library is relying more on digital media every day, but what does that mean for the future of paper books? Even librarians differ on the answer to that question.

Flandrau Monsoon Exhibit Explains Summer Weather

A trip to the science center reaveals Monsoon secrets

We speak to AZPM's Jason Katterhenry about computer hacking. Jason will be joining us occasionally to address technology/computer issue.

Protect Yourself from Hacking

AZPM's tech expert tells how to keep your computing safe

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