STEAM Sundays: Manning The MachinesKris Newsom talked to CBS2's Danielle Gersh about his career as a machinist.
STEAM Sundays: King TutErica Olsen is at the The California Science Center to discover how STEAM brought King Tut: Treasures of The Golden Pharaoh to Los Angeles
STEAM Sundays: Hologram USAKCAL9's Amber Lee visited the Hologram USA to find out what it takes to digitally resurrect the dead.
STEAM Sundays: How To Turn Pumpkin-Carving Into ArtFor most of the year, Jim Morey makes his living as a computer engineer. But come October, he moonlights in pumpkin carving. Evelyn Taft reports.
STEAM Sundays: What Does It Take To Become A U.S.A.F. Thunderbird?Maj. Branden Felker is a fighter pilot and a showman. But what does it take to become a U.S. Air Force Thunderbird? Chris Holmstrom reports.
STEAM Sundays: The Path To A Nobel PrizeFrances Arnold, Ph.D. is a Nobel laureate in chemistry. But her path to a Nobel prize has been filled with twists, turns, and set-backs. Amber Lee reports.
STEAM Sundays: Squirrel GazerHave you ever wondered what makes squirrels so smart at storing food for months? Amber Lee reports.
STEAM Sundays: Scary Prosthetic MasksCreators of spooky masks at Knott's Scary Farm draw on their design and engineering skills.
STEAM Sunday: Paintings ConservatorChristina O'Connell is a paintings conservator who is responsible for restoring art masterpieces. As she explains, conservation is a partnership between science and art.
STEAM Sunday: Snail ScienceInside a lab at the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History, Dr. Jann Vendetti, PhD spends another day exploring her passion: malacology (or the study of mollusks). Danielle Gersh reports.
STEAM Sunday: LA Dodgers' Performance ScienceThey work at an undisclosed location under Dodger Stadium. In this week's STEAM Sunday, Amber Lee introduces us to two of baseball's best kept secrets!
STEAM Sundays: Meet An Orangutan KeeperHave you ever wondered about a day in the life of a zookeeper? CBSLA meteorologist Amber Lee takes us to the LA Zoo to meet an animal keeper with a specialty in Orangutans.
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STEAM Sundays: Meet Game Space Visionaries“Creative comes at the intersection of domains,” said co-founder of Two Bit Circus, Brent Bushnell. Amber Lee reports.
Inside The Hydrogen-Fueled Toyota MiraiErica Olsen takes you on a tour of the Toyota Mirai. Check out all the features of this Hydrogen-Fueled car!
STEAM Sundays: Transport FuturistHe wants to transport you in a vacuum tube. CBSLA meteorologist Amber Lee introduces us to a futurist who is working on high-speed travel for land lovers.
STEAM Sundays: Meet A Telescope OperatorDenise Behrens' passion for the sky as a 6-year-old led to a career working inside the Griffith Observatory's landmark copper dome. Amber Lee reports.
STEAM Sundays: Meet An AstronomerKCAL9 Meteorologist Amber Lee introduces us to an astronomer whose passion for the stars is paying the bills.
This Newport Beach Architect Has Mastered The Science Of Sand Castle-BuildingGreg LeBon, a Newport Beach architect, has mastered the science of sand castle-building. Amber Lee reports.
STEAM Sundays: 'Candytopia'The pop-up museum in Santa Monica is kind of like a modern-day Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory where you are encouraged to admire art coated with candy. Amber Lee reports.
STEAM Sundays: 'First Family Of Firework Displays'“We are the first family of fireworks. Our family has been in business for over 100 years,” said Jim Souza, president of Pyro-Spectaculars by Souza. Craig Herrera reports.
STEAM Sundays: West Coast CustomsThere is nothing on the road that they can't build. Amber Lee visited West Coast Customs in Burbank where math, engineering and artistry come together to create one-of-a-kind cars for some of the entertainment industry's biggest names.
STEAM Sundays: Meet A Robotics EngineerThis robotic engineer's passion for science and technology led to her dream job. Craig Herrera reports.
STEAM Sundays: Understanding The Brain Of A BeetleJoseph Parker, Ph.D. has found a way to use his education in science to land the job of his dreams as an entomologist. Craig Herrera reports.