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IT AIN'T ROCKET SCIENCE

As part of the "Connect A Million Minds" initiative by parent company Time Warner Cable, NY1 presents a series of educational specials designed to encourage learning in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math.
<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, July 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, July 2014

Adam Balkin hosts Time Warner Cable's monthly STEM round-up, which includes a report from the Physics of Skateboarding in San Diego, California; middle-school students in Queens getting excited about math by using real-life player statistics; and students in Brooklyn getting their hands dirty to protect New York City's green spaces from invasive species. 07/23/2014 06:48 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, June 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, June 2014

NY1 VIDEO: Adam Balkin hosts Time Warner Cable's monthly STEM round-up, which includes a look at the White House Science Fair, solar-powered race cars in the Motor City, and computer coding from New York City to Austin, Texas – plus a Connect A Million Minds milestone. (23 minutes) 06/29/2014 10:45 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, May 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, May 2014

Students creating innovative solutions to environmental problems facing the US in the EPA's P3 competition, students battling in St. Louis in the FIRST Robotics World Championships, a visit to a STEM academy in Austin and an interview with renowned primatologist Jane Goodall in New York City highlight the May 2014 episode of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds. 07/02/2014 06:39 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, April 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, April 2014

A New York City primary school that is incorporating aquaponics and hydroponics into their curriculum with a new aquaponics classroom, Charlotte students getting on-the-job experience during paid apprenticeships at the Siemens Energy plant, students at the University of Connecticut developing cutting edge renewable energy technologies and students in Austin who are attempting to set a new Guinness World Record by launching a paper airplane from over 89,000 feet in the air highlight the April episode of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds. 07/02/2014 07:52 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, March 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, March 2014

The Intel Science Talent Search, the South by Southwest Conference in Austin, Tx., harnessing the power of wind to generate electricity and the Sequoia National Park's youth program teaching students about the Kaweah Watershed highlight the March episode of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds. 04/01/2014 12:35 AM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, February 2014

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, February 2014

A group of Texas students learning about video game engineering as part of their curriculum, Cooper Union students teaching local high school students the science behind combustion engines, and exploring the future possibilities for urban living in the Future Cities Competition and taking a look at how one female architect is changing the NYC skyline highlight the February 2014 of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds. 07/02/2014 06:35 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 16

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 16

A presidential visit, outdoor STEMfest learning, Girlstart coding, an all-night hacking contest, visible sound, and secrets behind the Great White Way highlight Episode 16 of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds initiative. 01/14/2014 05:49 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 15

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 15

NY1 VIDEO: The World Maker Faire, an aspiring teen pilot, clocks for hospitalized children, a zero G parabolic flight, Broadway stage illusionist Paul Kieve, the chemistry of make-up, and the science behind the movie "Gravity" highlight Episode 15 of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds initiative. Updated 10/24/2013 09:22 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 14

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 14

NY1 VIDEO: Actor-turned-science-advocate Alan Alda, high schoolers building boats in NYC, North Carolina students learning about bioaccumulation, the San Diego Zoo's giant panda exhibit, and a 13-year-old who's Apple’s youngest programmer highlight Episode 14 of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's Connect A Million Minds initiative. Updated 10/24/2013 08:52 PM

<i>NY1 Online:</i> It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 3

NY1 Online: It Ain't Rocket Science, Episode 3

NY1 VIDEO: NY1's Adam Balkin hosts this episode of "It Ain't Rocket Science," part of Time Warner Cable's "Connect A Million Minds" educational initiative, featuring a look at 14-year-old energy expert Aidan Dwyer; this year's FIRST Robotics event; a private space exploration company; a speech by William Shatner; a National Engineers Week event; and Scientific American magazine's "1,000 Thousand Scientists in 1,000 days" program. [23 minutes] Updated 03/06/2012 11:54 AM

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