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In Mission Unstoppable, each week celebrity host Miranda Cosgrove highlights the fascinating female innovators who are on the cutting edge of science – including zoologists, engineers, astronauts, codebreakers and oceanographers. Viewers will be inspired by female STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) superstars in the fields of social media, entertainment, animals, design and the internet – all categories key to the teen experience.
Two Hollywood music producers explain the science behind your favorite pop hits, an inventor shares how they engineered a sweet twist on ice cream, and a NASA roboticist explains what it takes to drive the Mars Curiosity rover. LaurDIY shows how to make colorful "Liquid Lava" at home.
An expert engineer builds our self-esteem by building a tool box, a shark expert shares freaky creatures from the deep, and a scientist uncovers the prehistoric giants hiding below one of Americas biggest cities. LaurDIY explains the science behind a chocolate shell you can make at home.
An engineer with an exciting double life, a dynamic researcher leads a scavenger hunt to find the environmental factors affecting our neighborhoods, and two NASA scientists searching for the origin of life. LaurDIY makes kinetic sand.
A mechanical engineer who teaches robots to dance, a carnivore ecologist who tracks bears, and a paleoanthropologist who studies the evolution of the human diet by looking at the markings on million-year-old bones! Dr. Brain explains the brain science behind softball.
A biomedical engineer fixes bones with oyster shells; a geologist shares the science behind quakes on Earth and beyond; and a data scientist explains how our information shapes our communities and lives. LaurDIY shares a "mathmagical" trick you can do at home.
A brilliant scientist can make stars here on Earth using lasers; an augmented reality game teaches kids how to get along better, quantum computers are the future of computing; and meet a scientist who helped add new elements to the periodic table!
A shark is discovered right in the middle of a museum storage area! Plus, learn the secret behind writing hit songs, how your brain reacts to sports, and how to make kinetic sand in the comfort of your own kitchen!
A biomedical engineer who's working on putting your brain on a microchip, the woman behind the amazing Mars Rover; and a bus that is really a traveling biology lab in New York City!
A zoologist who loves bats so much she's dedicated her whole life to them, the former NASA Chief Scientist who is certain you're going to mars, and a high school student who invented a new way to make a prosthetic device for a man in need.
A marine biologist helps turtle conservation; a physicist accomplishes what scientists said was impossible; a neuroscientist who understands how the brain talks to itself.
An engineer saves the environment from a dangerous undersea threat; a team that protects the planet using physics; a scientist who knows what's science and what's fiction in sci-fi films.
A robot that can show kids how to share; a scientist who studies squid and their unlikely symbiotic friends; a mechanical engineer builds toys for the nation's future female STEM stars.
A coach uses science to keep her players in shape; an expert who studies singing apes; a computer engineer who is making artificial intelligence more equitable for all people.
A forensic scientist uses STEM to solve crimes; a bioengineer makes sports safer; a military specialist works on the most sophisticated radar systems in the world.
A marine biologist spends her day with baby sea turtles; a biomedical engineer uses techniques from the Mayans to improve modern dentistry; a dancer trains robots to move more humanlike.
A statistician shows the math behind games of chance; a physicist who is launching a rocket to learn about the sun; what NASA does when a space mission doesn't go according to plan.
A mechanical systems engineer who knows how to make things fly; a biomedical engineer rock climbs in the name of science; a nurse who specializes in treating radiological accidents.
A scientist uses photography to document the impact of severe weather events and climate change; cybersecurity specialists purposefully break into computers; a team of female firefighters make putting out flames an exact science.
A marine biologist who trains sharks; a geologist who compares Hawaiian rock to moon rock; a cloud research specialist who knows exactly where water has been.
Scorpions that glow in the dark; life-size statues that can be made in record time; how lasers are helping advancements in solar power.
A roboticist teaches robots to share; a community leader puts science on wheels; an engineer who builds toys.
A paleontologist shows how to get dinosaur bones out of rock; the science behind surf; stars that are different colors based on what they're made of.
A computer expert makes sure everyone can be a coder; the fight to save coral reefs; how science is using stretchy material to make cutting-edge electronics.
Using magnets to separate specific cells in the human body; the complex world underground; science gets technical about water.
A science entertainer shows us the way to entertain using science; over 60 "Thundercloud" reactions are set off; and we meet an ecologist working to save our wetlands and coasts.
A photographer uses pictures to help save the environment; we go on a scorpion hunt with an expert; and it turns out that sharks can be trained - at least a little!
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