Dick speaks with Mike Hankey about how he got his start hunting down meteor fragments in rural Amish farmland.
Iraqi artist Wafaa Bilal had a camera surgically planted in his head so that he could explore the "unseen" is in his life.
Building a car, a battery powered car that can go up to 400 miles per hour. It's under way at Ohio State University.
Alexander has been trying to build a clock that will last for 10,000 years.
As senior astronomer of the S.E.T.I. Institute in California tells Dick he has no doubt life exists in other parts of the universe, and believes scientists are getting closer to finding it – it’s just a matter of time.
How a 20-something husband-and-wife team made one of the top-grossing mobile phone games of the year.
Dick speaks with David Evans and Sebastian Thrun, who teach computer science to thousands of students through the website Udacity.
A marketing professional tells Dick how he was turned down for a job because he didn’t seem influential enough on Twitter.
An Austrian student who challenged Facebook over user privacy.
Cathy Davidson, the Duke University brain scientist who makes the case for distraction.
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