Continuing its successful engineering mentoring program, KCPT is working with engineers at Black & Veatch and new partner LRNG KC to bring engineers and engineering projects to 12 schools in Missouri and Kansas.
In 1971, Penny Patterson, a graduate student at Stanford University, met Koko, a newborn gorilla in San Francisco Zoo. Penny had grown up wanting to communicate with animals and decided to teach Koko sign language in the hope of finally crossing the boundary between animals and humans. But what started out as a scientific experiment ...Continue Reading
Investigate the rise of spillover viruses like Zika, Ebola and Nipah that can make the leap from animals to humans. Find out how human behaviors spread diseases and what science can do to anticipate and prevent epidemics around the world. Learn more about the film and explore video and additional features at the program website.