Check out SCIENCE INVESTIGATORS, a new groundbreaking TV show that takes a 21st century, cutting edge approach to science and technology. It's a show where your questions drive our investigations. Watch the one-hour program online at pbs.org/si starting January 1, 2007 or see it on most PBS stations on January 10, 2007 (check local listings). SCIENCE INVESTIGATORS will provide solutions to a series of scientific mysteries in a fresh, captivating way. In the first episode, we ask: What can DNA from Neanderthal man tell us about ourselves? Are vanishing frogs a sign of things to come? Why is the knuckleball one of the most mind-boggling pitches? Will bacteria some day power you iPod? Is a better bionic arm in the works for returning Iraq veterans? Finally, are NASCAR drivers ready for an all-electric racecar? PBS airdate: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 8/7 p.m. CT (check local listings). For more information visit www.pbs.org/si
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