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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.
How STEM and dance can come together to teach and empower girls; bug catching with an entomologist; a geologist shows how to grow crystals from home using bismuth; a biomedical scientist shows how her portable lab works.
An engineer uses different sounds to demonstrate what sound waves visually look like; experiments that are taking place in the forest; how electrical circuits react to different temperatures; the effects of carbon dioxide in the environment.
A roboticist shows how she can combine her passion for origami with robotics; a chemist shows how to make bioplastics; a geologist shows how to test minerals; a scientist tests stream systems to see what toxins are in them.
A bat scientist dedicates her life to studying them; a paleontologist demonstrates fossil prep work; a digital archaeologist uses technology to discover more about the past; influencers show how to make DIY glitter glue.
The types of microbes existing in caves; how to make one's own lipstick using chemistry; how plate tectonics work; octocorals and why they are so prolific in the Caribbean.
A STEM superstar shows how her love of video games led to her dream career; how fungi are used to make antibiotics; the basics of static electricity; a nuclear engineer finds and makes isotopes in a nuclear engineering center.
How the latest technology is being used to improve agriculture; the giant sea bass population off the coast of California; how to make a battery with a lemon; the importance of bees to crops and the food supply.
How to make a cloud in a bottle; an educator shows how she swabs frogs to make sure their skin and environment is healthy and safe for them; a roboticist combines her passion for origami with robotics; the types of microbes existing in caves.
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