Keri Kukral

Keri is the founder of Raw Science TV. She is a bioengineer and ballet dancer so is interested in the intersection of science and media. She is also active in empowering girls and women in STEM through access to energy and telemedicine. You can follow her on Facebook: @KeriKukral

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Iceland to Eliminate Dependence on Fossil Fuels

  A big change is happening in a small country in the North Atlantic. Learn how Iceland is working to completely eliminate its dependence…


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Nuclear Power Around The World

Three years after the Fukushima disaster, atomic power has stagnated in countries where it has historically played a larger role in electricity generation. Several…


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Biofuel from Water and CO2

Scientists at Stanford University say they’ve developed a procedure for making potent liquid ethanol that doesn’t rely on corn or any other crops traditionally…


The B612 Foundation is a private organization committed to protecting the earth from asteroid strikes. They just released this animation, demonstrating why they are…


Shock waves moving across the San Andreas

New advances in modelling earthquake damage from the San Andreas

Stanford scientists developed a new “virtual earthquake” technique and have used it to confirm a prediction that Los Angeles would experience stronger than expected…