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Jenny Oh

Jenny Oh

Jenny is happy to wear multiple hats at KQED; she works as an Interactive Producer for the Science & Environment unit and blogs for Bay Area Bites, KQED's popular food blog. Jenny graduated with honors from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Film and Television program and has worked for WNET/PBS, The Learning Channel, Sundance Channel and HBO.

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Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Act, Asteroid Hunters Want to Launch Private Telescope: KQED Science News Roundup

Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Act, Asteroid Hunters Want to Launch Private Telescope: KQED Science News Roundup

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Subway Work Unearths Ancient Road in Greece, Pests Thriving on Monsanto GMO Corn: KQED Science News Roundup

Subway Work Unearths Ancient Road in Greece, Pests Thriving on Monsanto GMO Corn: KQED Science News Roundup

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Sea Rise Faster on East Coast Than Rest of Globe, California Rice Farmers Help Migratory Birds: KQED Science News Roundup

Sea Rise Faster on East Coast Than Rest of Globe, California Rice Farmers Help Migratory Birds: KQED Science News Roundup

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eBay to Power Data Center With Renewable Energy, Can Cutting Carbon Fuel Growth?: KQED Science News Roundup

eBay to Power Data Center With Renewable Energy, Can Cutting Carbon Fuel Growth?: KQED Science News Roundup

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Higgs Boson Rumors, Are Social Networks Fads?: KQED Science News Roundup

Higgs Boson Rumors, Are Social Networks Fads?: KQED Science News Roundup

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Microsoft's New Surface Tablet, Rio+20, Whale-Watching, Otter Project: KQED Science News Roundup

Microsoft's New Surface Tablet, Rio+20, Whale-Watching, Otter Project: KQED Science News Roundup

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Japan Restarts Nuclear Reactors, World's Fastest Supercomputer: KQED Science News Roundup

Japan Restarts Nuclear Reactors, World's Fastest Supercomputer: KQED Science News Roundup

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1st Chinese Woman in Space, Kickstarting Research Trips: KQED Science News Roundup

1st Chinese Woman in Space, Kickstarting Research Trips: KQED Science News Roundup

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Stem Cell Breakthrough, Underwater Labs: KQED Science News Round-Up

Stem Cell Breakthrough, Underwater Labs: KQED Science News Round-Up

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KQED Science Fan Spotlight

KQED Science Fan Spotlight

We'd like to share your stories about why you're passionate about science.

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KQED Science News Round-Up

KQED Science News Round-Up

Here's today's KQED Science round-up of science, nature and environment news from the Bay Area and beyond.

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Berkeley Lab Physicist Shares Nobel

Berkeley Lab Physicist Shares Nobel

Meet one of the three winners of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics, Lawrence Berkeley Lab astrophysicist Saul Perlmutter. He explains how dark energy, which makes up 70 percent of the universe, is causing our universe to expand.

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Producer's Notes – Science on the SPOT: Lupe the Mammoth Comes to Life

Producer's Notes – Science on the SPOT: Lupe the Mammoth Comes to Life

UC Museum of Paleontology graduate student Kaitlin Maguire describes her behind-the-scenes experiences working to bring a mammoth exhibit to life at the Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose.

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Science on the SPOT: Lupe the Mammoth Comes to Life

Science on the SPOT: Lupe the Mammoth Comes to Life

In 2005, a partial skeleton of a juvenile mammoth was discovered along the Guadalupe River near downtown San Jose. A full-scale replica is now featured in a new exhibit at the Children's Discovery Museum in San Jose. Learn more with Kaitlin Maguire from the UC Museum of Paleontology about these majestic creatures that roamed the Bay Area during the Ice Age.

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Science on the SPOT: Secrets of Sourdough

Science on the SPOT: Secrets of Sourdough

Learn more about the history of Morrell's Bread and check out a slideshow of Eduardo Morrell's typical 16-hour workday.

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Science on the SPOT: Secrets of Sourdough

Science on the SPOT: Secrets of Sourdough

What is true sourdough bread? It's more than just the tangy flavor. Science on the SPOT visits with Maria Marco of UC Davis and baker Eduardo Morrell to learn more about the secret science of sourdough.

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Science on the SPOT: Open Source Creativity – Hackerspaces

Science on the SPOT: Open Source Creativity – Hackerspaces

Inspired in part by the open source movement, public spaces are emerging where people congregate to share ideas, make cool projects, teach, and brainstorm on everything from coding to cooking.

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Science on the SPOT: Color By Nano – The Art of Kate Nichols

Science on the SPOT: Color By Nano – The Art of Kate Nichols

Artist Kate Nichols longed to paint with the iridescent colors of butterfly wings, but no such pigments existed. So she became the first artist-in-residence at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to synthesize nanoparticles and incorporate them into her artwork.

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Producer's Notes: DIY Fog at The Exploratorium

Producer's Notes: DIY Fog at The Exploratorium

Ever wonder how advection fog is produced? Learn how from The Exploratorium.

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Producer's Notes: Science of Fog

Producer's Notes: Science of Fog

While foggy days aren't ideal for a summertime picnics, coastal fog does benefit the ecology of the Bay Area.

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