Paavo Järvi discusses his tenure with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and what the future looks like for this amazing conductor.
Science & Technology
Science & Technology Video Library
Kathy Lehr talks with Dr. Clinton H. Joiner about the research that is being performed at the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center within the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Kathy Lehr talks with Officer Tom Wagner, a Crime Prevention Specialist for the Montgomery Police Department and co-author of ''Caught in The Web: Don't Let It Happen To You!'' This internet and cyber crime program is geared towards teens, parents and teachers and serves to educate them to dangerous online behaviors and how to avoid putting themselves at risk of victimization.
Kathy Lehr talks with Clara Martin about the Cincinnati Arts and Technology Center and how it can help students in Cincinnati.
Kathy Lehr talks with Stephen Heck, an 8th grade Earth Science teacher at Milford Jr. High School in Cincinnati, who was selected to be one of the first seven teachers to fly into space.
Kathy Lehr talks with three alternative energy experts, Larry Feist, David L. Hart, and Ralph Velasquez, about how they are helping to prepare Ohio for generating energy that is safer, cleaner, healthier and more cost effective.
Three educators discuss how STEM is benefiting Cincinnati's students and how teachers are being groomed to provide a more specialized education for their students.
Craig Niemi and Dean Regas talk about how the Cincinnati Observatory Center will celebrate the International Year of Astronomy.