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Be inspired by female STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) superstars in leading fields including social media, entertainment, animals, design, and the internet - all categories key to the teen experience.Mission Unstoppable is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on September 28, 2019.

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1 Season, 26 Episodes
September 28, 2019
Documentary & Biography
Cast: Miranda Cosgrove, Erica Hernandez, Danni Washington, Nabeel Muscatwalla
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Mission Unstoppable Full Episode Guide

  • On this week's episode, a photographer uses pictures to help save the environment; we go on a scorpion hunt with an expert; and it turns out that sharks can be trained - at least a little! (TV-G)

  • On this week's episode: a science entertainer shows us the way to entertain using science; over 60 "Thundercloud" reactions are set off; and we meet an ecologist working to save our wetlands and coasts.

  • On this week's episode: using magnets to separate specific cells in the human body; the complex world living beneath our feet; and science gets technical about water.

  • On this week's episode: a computer expert who makes sure everyone can be a coder, the fight to save our oceans' coral reefs, and how science is using stretchy material to make cutting-edge electronics. (TV-G)

  • On this week's episode: a paleontologist showing us how to get dinosaur bones out of rock; the science behind surf; and stars that are different colors based on what they're made of.

  • A roboticist who helps robots learn the subtleties of human movement, a scientist who brings her high-powered microscopes on the road, and a mechanical engineer who creates toys that bring STEM to everyone.

  • Scorpions that glow in the dark, life-size statues that can be made in record time and how lasers are helping advancements in solar power. (TV-G)

  • A marine biologist who trains sharks, a geologist who compares Hawaiian rock to rock on the moon, and a cloud research specialist who knows exactly where your water has been.

  • A scientist who uses photography to document the impact of severe weather events and climate change, cybersecurity specialists who purposefully break into the army's computers, and a team of female firefighters who make putting out flames an exact science.

  • A mechanical systems engineer who knows how to make things fly, a biomedical engineer who takes us rock climbing in the name of science, and a nurse who specializes in treating radiological accidents.

  • A statistician who shows us the math behind games of chance, a physicist who is launching a rocket to learn about the sun, and what does NASA do when a space mission doesn't go according to plan?

  • A marine biologist who spends her day with baby sea turtles, a biomedical engineer who is using techniques from the Mayans to improve modern dentistry, and a dancer who is training robots to move a little more like you.

  • A forensic scientist who uses STEM to solve crimes, a bioengineer who makes playing sports safer for our bodies, and a military specialist who works on the most sophisticated radar systems in the world.

  • A coach for the U.S. Women's Soccer Team who uses science to keep her players in shape, an expert who studies singing apes, and a computer engineer who is making artificial intelligence more equitable for all people.

  • A robot that can show kids how to share, a scientist who studies octopi and their unlikely symbiotic friends, and a mechanical engineer who is building toys for our nation's future female STEM stars.

  • An engineer who saves the environment from a dangerous undersea threat, a team of superheroes who protect the planet using physics, and scientist who knows what's science and what's fiction in your favorite sci-fi films.

  • On this episode: a marine biologist who helps turtle conservation (and shows us the miracle of life!), a physicist who accomplished what scientists said was impossible, and a neuroscientist who understands how your brain talks to itself. (TV-G)

  • A zoologist who loves bats so much she's dedicated her whole life to them, the former NASA Chief Scientist who is certain you're going to mars, and a high school student who invented a new way to make a prosthetic device for a man in need.

  • A biomedical engineer works on putting one's brain on a microchip; the woman behind the Mars rover; a bus that is really a traveling biology lab.

  • A shark is discovered right in the middle of a museum storage area; secrets of writing hit songs; how one's brain reacts to sports; how to make kinetic sand.

  • A scientist makes stars on Earth using lasers; an augmented reality game teaches kids how to get along; quantum computers; a scientist who helped add new elements to the periodic table.

  • A biomedical engineer fixes bones with oyster shells; a geologist shares the science behind quakes on Earth and beyond; a data scientist explains how information shapes communities and lives; a "mathmagical" trick.

  • A mechanical engineer who teaches robots to dance; a carnivore ecologist who tracks bears; a paleoanthropologist who studies the evolution of the human diet by looking at the markings on million-year-old bones; the brain science behind softball.

  • An engineer with an exciting double life; a researcher leads a scavenger hunt to find the environmental factors affecting neighborhoods; two NASA scientists search for the origin of life; kinetic sand.

  • Building a tool box; strange ocean creatures; the prehistoric giants hiding below one of America's biggest cities; the science behind a chocolate shell.

  • Two Hollywood music producers explain the science behind your favorite pop hits, an inventor who engineered a sweet twist on ice cream, and a NASA roboticist explains what it takes to drive the Mars Curiosity rover. LaurDIY shows how to make colorful "Liquid Lava" at home.