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ReInventors is a show that features scientists, inventors and tinkerers in the Pacific Northwest who are working to create a more sustainable future. You'll meet folks who are reimagining the basic elements of our everyday lives - where we live, what we eat, the way we get to work.

ReInventors is produced by KCTS 9 and PBS Digital Studios, and the show is hosted by Katie Herzog.

New videos are released every other Wednesday.

Stories

August 16, 2018
Researchers have developed a way to identify, track, and zap the bugs in a...
August 3, 2018
Scientists at UW’s Clean Energy Institute are making this future a reality by...
July 18, 2018
In the basement of a house on a quiet residential street in a suburb just...
July 5, 2018
Professor Tyler Folsom and his students at University of Washington Bothell are...
June 21, 2018
A startup in Seattle is converting half-eaten burgers, spoiled milk and spent...
June 7, 2018
Could edible food packing be the key to reducing plastic waste?

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Upcoming Episodes

Fri 8/24, 8:50pm
Edible Plastic Is Here, and It Tastes Like....

An Oregon State University scientist is developing edible food packaging as well as edible coating for fruits and vegetables. Her goals: reduce plastic waste and keep food fresher longer. Katie Herzog visits Yanyun Zhao in her lab for a taste...

Fri 8/31, 8:50pm
Turning Leftovers Into Electricity
A startup company in Seattle is converting half-eaten burgers, spoiled milk, and spent yeast from a brewery into electricity and fertilizer. Katie Herzog visits Jan Allen, from Impact Bioenergy, to find out how a shipping-container-sized machine...

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