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NOVA, Vol. 3TV-PGClosed Captioning

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As entertaining as it is informative, NOVA explores headline-grabbing innovations and discoveries, demystifying science and technology along the way while also highlighting the human side of the people "who make science happen." As the most watched documentary series on PBS, NOVA programs have defined science television for the world, helping us to understand the way things work, while also exploring the social implications of these scientific findings that affect our past, present, and future. Ranging in topics covering everything from galaxies to atoms, the series opens viewers' imaginations to cutting-edge technology that is constantly pushing the limits of the real and possible.

Customer Reviews

Nova is a superlative science program

I have watched the Fractal episode several times, it is an amazing first exposure for me to the world of fractals. Please Nova keep these episodes of science coming, and I encourage you to sell your wares in more creative ways to support these efforts. I can not even imagine how much more I would have pursued mathematics if I had had access to content like this. Thank you and bravo!

Why is this not free??

Isn't NOVA funded through public grants?? Please make this free!

Outstanding!

Excellent as we have come to expect from NOVA! Truly worth much more than the money spent to purchase it. And for the person asking about how NOVA is funded and thus why he should pay for it...NOVA is part of the National Science Foundation, a U.S. government agency. These days we should be happy to support programs such as NOVA. There are few which can match them!