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A surgical robot delicately stitches a grape back together

In 2011, there was news that a surgical robot could deftly peel a grape with multiple efficient pincers. Now, the da Vinci Surgical System has demonstrated modern surgical technology by delicately stitching a grape ba...

Fig. 1: How Much Sugar Are You Really Eating?

The average American eats 19.5 teaspoons (82 grams) of sugar every day... that's around 66 pounds of sugar every year for each person. How are we consuming that amount? From Fig. 1 by University of California, learn m...

Baby ring tailed lemurs cling to their mother in Madagascar

High in the mountains of Madagascar, a troop of ring tailed lemurs live a relatively relaxed life in an area that provides them some safety and sustenance. In this BBC clip narrated by Sir David Attenborough, watch ho...

It’s Watermelon Time: Watermelon by Tom Rosenthal

What's more fun than running around the English countryside in a costume? How about running around the English countryside in a watermelon costume? This is Watermelon by Tom Rosenthal, an ode to a wonderful fruit and ...

How Does It Grow? Apples

Before watching this video, we thought that planting a Gala apple seed would grow a Gala apple tree that would produce Gala apples. Perhaps not! In this episode of How Does It Grow?, we get to see the rather surprisin...

Cranberries: How Does It Grow?

Cranberries might have one of the more spectacular-looking harvests of any food. Every October, cranberry bogs full of low-growing, fruit-bearing, woody vines are flooded with water. As harvesters drive through, the m...

The Perennial Plate: Ethiopia!

Travel to Ethiopia with the team at The Perennial Plate and see how injera, false banana, and coffee are made. In the archives, more Ethiopia, and more from The Perennial Plate.

Cherry harvesting with a hydraulic tree shaker

What happens when farmers use a shaking machine to "pick" cherries from a cherry tree? This! Watch as these two machines -- a hydraulic tree shaker calibrated to just the right amount of cherry tree-specific vibration...

Sci Code: There’s no such thing as vegetables

Botanically-speaking, the "veggies" that we're eating are way more interesting and diverse than we usually give them credit for. A carrot is a root, broccoli is a flower, spinach is a leaf, asparagus are stems, potato...

Sixteen year old Elif Bilgin turned banana peels into a bioplastic

After two years of research, experiments, and failed trials, 16-year-old Elif Bilgin developed a new process for turning banana peels into a non-decaying bioplastic, a more eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-based ...

Eat! by Jeff Liu

On exploring the world, trying new things, and embracing curiosity, this is a CalArts third year film by Jeff Liu: Eat! In the archives: Acorn, Borrowed Light, Ceruza és radír (Pencil and Eraser), and Le silence so...

An elephant finds her own fruit in the jungle

Walk with elephant Arun Rai to find out what elephants find and eat in the jungle when they're on their own. Elephant Nature Park founder Sangduen "Lek" Chailert narrates the walk at Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary.

Urban Gardeners in Washinton DC Grow Crops in Spare Spaces

Urban garden designer Meredith Sheperd describes how growing fresh fruit and vegetables can be a successful part of city life, despite limited space and resources. From National Geographic, explore a variety of Washin...

From a flower to a strawberry in 30 days

Growth of a strawberry over 30 days time, a short video by The Baltimore Sun.

Sugar: Hiding in plain sight

We know that sugar is a big part of candy, ice cream, and sweet drinks, but did you know that added sugars are included in 3/4 of the 600,000+ products found in the average grocery store? And...

5 Hidden Worlds Revealed Under a Microscope (with Telly!)

Sesame Street's Telly teams up with 5facts' Annie Colbert and Matt Silverman to explore sand, chalk, strawberries, velcro, and lint up close: 5 Hidden Worlds Revealed Under a “MEGA...

Durian, the world’s smelliest fruit

This is Durian, the world’s smelliest fruit, as introduced by The New York Times. In the archives: more videos with fruit.

5 Fun Science Experiments for Kids (w/ Grover!)

Science experiments + a cute and furry blue monster that we know and love = YES. Hosts Annie Colbert and Matt Silverman have clearly helped discover the formula for making an instant video fa...

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