Matthew Dea

Science: Latest Scientific Discoveries

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The Tallest, Smallest, and Oldest Science of 2019

♪♪♪ Sometimes science means looking for the extremes — the biggest, smallest, oldest, and furthest. 2019 was no different. Here are three of the science-est things we found this year. First up, in June, scientists published a letter in the journal Nature announcing they’d found microscopic fossils of what might be the world’s oldest fungus. […]

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The physics of g-2

The physics of g-2

Exploring the frontier of knowledge is what physicists do. Now, there are many ways to do that, from smashing together very high energy beams of particles to studying the cosmos. But another way to do that is to make ultra-precise predictions and measurements. The more precise the comparison, the more subtle the physics that’s being […]

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10 Quantum Physics Facts to Blow Your Mind!

Hey guys before we begin I want to let you know that this episode is sponsored by curiosity stream a subscription streaming service that offers thousands of documentaries and nonfiction titles from some of the world’s best filmmakers including exclusive originals There’s such an incredible amount of content on here. It’s amazing Standing the pyramids […]

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New Subatomic Particles Are Shifting the Standard Model of Physics

The Large Hadron Collider is just as exciting as it sounds—it’s the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It helps us discover brand new subatomic particles! One of the most recent newbies is called uhhhhhh…this. And it’s a…pentaquark, which is a kind of exotic hadron…which means what, exactly? And how does it fit into—or […]

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Science knows no Borders – EuroCirCol

Science knows no Borders – EuroCirCol

Nobody gets closer to the Big Bang, than we particle physicists with our super microscopes, and super is maybe not enough, maybe we have to be better than super, and that’s the study of the FCC. It cannot be done by a single nation, the founding of CERN is a fantastic example for that. 1949 […]

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The Standard Model

The Standard Model

As a scientist, I love questions…the more the better. When I play a question game with my kids, extra points are awarded if the questions are tricky and a special bonus is given if the questions are about something entirely familiar, but with very deep consequences. In fact, I almost always lose the competition, as […]

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Camels, Code & Lab Coats: How AI Is Advancing Science and Medicine

Camels, Code & Lab Coats: How AI Is Advancing Science and Medicine

man: There’s been many innovations over the years that drive science. If you go back in history, many scientific insights actually derived from new tools that were able to measure new things. AI is very, very good at finding new paths that haven’t been seen before. It’s almost an enhancement on our ability to sense […]

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Scientists Just Witnessed the Birth of Two Stars in Stunning Detail

Scientists Just Witnessed the Birth of Two Stars in Stunning Detail

Ladies and gentleman, a star is born! Or rather, two stars. This transfixing image features two circumstellar disks in which baby stars are growing, taking in material from their surrounding disk. This is the first time ever that we’ve witnessed the complex birth of binary stars in such vivid detail. Stars are one of the […]

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Amazing Invention By Indian Scientist

Amazing Invention By Indian Scientist

Friends Indian scientists are amazing They invent something that is very cheap There is a scientist named Manu Prakash who invented a microscope that’s cost only 70 rupees Its works like a good microscopes which worth 15000 rupees Today we will observe different microorganisms through his microscope And we will know something more about it […]

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The Science Nobel Prizes Explained in 3 Minutes

The Nobel Prize committee gives awards to those who provide – “the Greatest Benefit to Mankind” and a handful of dedicated scientists make the cut every year. This year’s winners tinkered with evolution in the lab, developed therapeutics that fight cancer and created lasers so powerful that they can peek inside an atom. They’re investigating […]

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