Video of the Week #54 August 2nd, 2012: From: Teens Engineer a Way to Help Swazi Farmers by Anna Kuchment at Budding Scientist and Inspirational Science in Action Video by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid ...
Video of the Week #53 July 26th, 2012: From: Can You Hear Me Now? Sound Technology of the 19th Century by Jennifer Ouellette at Cocktail Party Physics .
Video of the Week #52 July 20th, 2012: From: Introduction to NanoLab by Christina Agapakis at Oscillator . Source: megamayd on Vimeo. This week s video comes from Megan Daalder, an instructor at UCLA s Art/Science Nanolab...
Video of the Week #51 July 12th, 2012: From: Green Screen Climate Fix Flicks and the Green Ninja by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid . Source: Green Ninja on YouTube.
Video of the Week #50 July 4th, 2012:
From: What Is the Higgs Boson? [Video] by George Musser at Critical Opalescence .
Video of the Week #49 June 29th, 2012: From: Who s got footage? Announcing a Summer Field Work Video Project by Carin Bondar at PsiVid . Source: Dr.Bondar on YouTube.
Video of the Week #48 June 20th, 2012: From: An Entire Music Festival Powered Solely by Bicycles? The Future of Musical Events Appears to be Green by Carin Bondar at PsiVid .
Video of the Week #47 June 13th, 2012: The Fabulab’s Flame Challenge from The Fabulab on Vimeo. From: Flame Challenge Fails to Challenge Negative Stereotypes of Scientists by Marc Kuchner at Guest Blog ...
The Venus transit offers a chance for modern-day stargazers to repeat the experiments conducted by expeditions around the world in the 18th and 19th centuries--with a modern twist
Video of the Week #45 June 1st, 2012: From: How Octopuses Make Themselves Invisible by Katherine Harmon at Octopus Chronicles Source: David Gallo at TED Video by Woods Hole Marine Biology Laboratory senior scientist Roger Hanlon...
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