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What’s in a Nerd: A Treatise

In honor of YouTube’s Geek Week, and my geekiest posts and videos, I present to you a personal treatise on what I think it means to be a geek (or a nerd, we’ll get to that).

August 7, 2013 — Kyle Hill

The Secret Life of Bill Nye According to NOVA

I’ve had my head in the middle of a great deal of preparing coursework for my students and somehow managed to miss this series of videos in the NOVA’s Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers–all about Bill Nye!

March 14, 2014 — Joanne Manaster

What's in a Nerd: A Treatise

In honor of YouTube's Geek Week, and my geekiest posts and videos, I present to you a personal treatise on what I think it means to be a geek (or a nerd, we'll get to that).

August 7, 2013 — Kyle Hill

Kick Off Geek Week With Ten Videos that Blow My Mind

In honor of YouTube’s Geek Week, I present to you the top ten nerdy videos that have blown my mind in the last few months. Enjoy. Derek Muller at Veritasium first blew my mind with large scale-levitation: And then he showed me I have no idea what temperature things are: Science communicator extraordinaire Vsauce has [...]

August 5, 2013 — Kyle Hill
Where are the Women Science Creators on Youtube?

Where are the Women Science Creators on Youtube?

Many times I wondered this myself, and while I had the attention of the youtube infamous Hank Green of SciShow, I asked him in correspondence last year: “One last thing, while I have your attention.

November 27, 2013 — Joanne Manaster
The Engineer Guy’s Stories of Technological Failures

The Engineer Guy’s Stories of Technological Failures

My colleague at the University of Illinois, chemical engineer Bill Hammack, also known as The Engineer Guy, has been busy creating a new series of videos and was seemingly off the radar on youtube–but never fear, he is back!

June 17, 2014 — Joanne Manaster

Why The Joker's Magic Trick Wasn't So Serious

It's not exactly a magic trick when everyone knows how it's done, but we were still amazed by the viciousness of the Joker's—even if it wasn't as deadly as it looked.

August 8, 2013 — Kyle Hill

Rosalind Franklin vs. Watson & Crick -Clever Kids Rap It Out

Creative science teachers who allow their students to make science history, science stories and science activities their own are, in my opinion, the greatest asset to furthering science knowledge for civilization.

August 8, 2013 — Joanne Manaster

Kick Off Geek Week With Ten Videos that Blow My Mind

In honor of YouTube's Geek Week, I present to you the top ten nerdy videos that have blown my mind in the last few months. Enjoy. Derek Muller at Veritasium first blew my mind with large scale-levitation: And then he showed me I have no idea what temperature things are: Science communicator extraordinaire Vsauce has [...]

August 5, 2013 — Kyle Hill

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