Video of the Week: October 24, 2013 Sloth researcher Rebecca “Becky” Cliffe, a PhD candidate hailing from the UK but doing field work in Costa Rica, was out following up on one of her tagged research sloths, when a female named Madonna, who had been raised in the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica and released [...]..
Video of the Week #113, October 11th, 2013: From: Physics Week in Review: September 28, 2013 by Jennifer Ouellette at Cocktail Party Physics.
Video of the Week #112, October 2nd, 2013: From: Dirty Faces, Dirty Vegetables and the Dirt on Trigonometry – BOB for September is Live! by Carin Bondar at PsiVid.
Video of the Week #111, September 25th, 2013: From: Box–The Synthesis of Real and Digital Space (with Robots!) by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid and Stunning Live Visual Effects in Box by Brian Malow at But Seriously…...
Video of the Week #110, September 18th, 2013: From: A Capella Science–Bohemian Gravity by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid. Source: Tim Blais of A Capella Science Taking the internet by storm is the smartest parody of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” ever sung, “Bohemian Gravity”, which attempts to explain String Theory in a compact 6 minutes...
Video of the Week #109, September 11th, 2013: From: Mosquito Preference and Erotic Vomit! Best of the Blogs for August is Live by Carin Bondar at PsiVid.
Video of the Week #108, September 4th, 2013: From: Pitch/Fork: The Relationship Between Sound And Taste by Layla Eplett at Food Matters. Source: Channel Four programme “How To Cook Like Heston” What is the relationship between sound and taste?...
Video of the Week #107, August 29th, 2013: From: The Most Breathtaking Video of the Weather You’ll Watch This Week by Evelyn Lamb at Roots of Unity.
Video of the Week #106, August 21st, 2013: From: Olinguito: New Kid on the Block by Brian Malow at But Seriously…. Source: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences The olinguito has been a science media darling this past week...
Video of the Week #105, August 14th, 2013: From: #SciAmBlogs Thursday – glass sponges, dog sounds, sharks friends, med school interviews, and more.
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