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FUEL INJECTORS – How They Work | SCIENCE GARAGE

FUEL INJECTORS – How They Work | SCIENCE GARAGE

– Fuel rails, fuel pumps, throttle body, multipoint, direct. That’s right, we’re talking about fuel injectors. Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video. From websites and online stores to marketing tools and analytics, Squarespace is the all-in-one platform to build a beautiful online presence and run your business, if you got one. Squarespace. If you […]

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These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

4200 meters above Melbourne, Australia, a chemistry experiment is in progress. These are the samples, which will be injected with metal and organic particles to form crystals at low gravity. And this guy back here is Dr. JJ Richardson, the lead researcher. JJ and his team study nanomaterials called Metal-Organic Frameworks, which are considered the […]

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Imperial College London Chemistry: Academic Insights
International Women’s Day: Dr Jyoti Choudhary

International Women’s Day: Dr Jyoti Choudhary

I’m Jyoti Choudhary, I have a research group at the ICR and we do proteomics, we develop technology and we apply it to study cancer cells. One of the big things I’ve really enjoyed in my research career is training younger scientists. I’ve had over 100 different people through my lab in different capacities over […]

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‘Magic’ Angle Graphene Is BACK…with an Even Bigger Twist

‘Magic’ Angle Graphene Is BACK…with an Even Bigger Twist

I have got some mega news for you, my friends, and it involves two of our favorite words: graphene and superconductors. Let’s just dive right in, shall we? To understand this latest news, we have to go back to last year. The physics world was sent into a tizzy by the discovery of a ‘magic […]

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Physics is fun!

Physics is fun!

Now, you can imagine that this is a vary painful day for the monkey. And I’m going to get the monkey He’s behind here and I hope that you would pay some respect to Robert. His name is Robert. and it may take me a minute. Here is Robert. I though it was appropriate to […]

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Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

so you sign up for a five year bachelor’s degree that takes most people six or seven years takes 220 credits to complete and it involves all the hardest courses that the engineering faculty provides and in exchange you get a BASc just like everybody who finishes Mechanical or Geo or whatever right and so […]

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Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

Great Mathematicians of India: Vedic Mathematics

As part of the Indian mathematics video series, today we will be covering Vedic mathematics, so let’s dive right in. You must have heard the proverb, “necessity is the mother of all inventions”, which basically means that for any sort of invention or any sort of scientific invention to happen, you must have a need […]

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A History of The Division of Applied Mathematics
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