Catalyst: The science of Spider-Man’s webs

The thrill of climbing higher and higher is often entrusted to the strength of a climber’s gear. But what if a person could have as much faith in their climbing rope as a spider has in its web? A team at ASU’s School of Molecular Science is finding the answer by studying spider silk.

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Nova 'Fighting for Fertility'

What causes infertility, and how can assisted reproductive technologies help? Follow people experiencing infertility challenges and unique solutions.

Great Performances 'Romeo and Juliet'

In this contemporary retelling, Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley bring to life the tale of two young lovers who strive to transcend a world of violence.

Finding Your Roots “The New World”

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. traces the ancestors of actor John Lithgow and journalist Maria Hinojosa who thrived in North America before the birth of the U.S.