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Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists I

Introduction to Python Programming for Scientists I

Thank you. First of all, does everybody have a handout? This is how to install Python on your own computer. If you’d like to do that, it’s really easy, at least the way I found here. And for next time, it’d be good if you actually have Python on your computer. So this is your […]

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Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

Science Queers Academy – La graduación – S01E06

[previously] During the makeover, you have to interview them. Ok, mitophagy and autophagy. I was studying a rare children disease. I have flunked science, but you have flunked gay. I’m preparing the eyelashes. Uh, fake lashes? Yes. [she laughs] It’s a faggots world. We confirm it. She is Cinta Lynn Perversión. We’re introducing Chantal Zheimer. […]

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Insulin should be cheap. Here’s why it’s not.

– I have type one diabetes. My body doesn’t process glucose properly, which it needs to power muscle tissue and other pretty critical things, like my brain. What I don’t have is insulin. A hormone secreted by the pancreas that helps cells take up glucose in the blood. That means for the past 15 years, […]

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Earth at 2° hotter will be horrific. Now here’s what 4° will look like. | #3 of Top 10 2019
Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

Dr. Charles R Drew | Fun Facts | Black History | Biography for Students | Inventors

a man who is known as a Pioneer for helping save the lives of others with blood and also standing up for the rights of others too. Stay tuned for more with fun facts from the biography of Dr. Charles R. Drew. Dr. Charles R. Drew was a Pioneer in helping blood banks process and […]

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Computer Networks: Crash Course Computer Science #28

Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! The internet is amazing. In just a few keystrokes, we can stream videos on Youtube — Hello! — read articles on Wikipedia, order supplies on amazon, video chat with friends, and tweet about the weather. Without a doubt, the ability for computers, and their users, […]

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The Crazy Way Scientists Launch Rockets From Balloons

When you think of leaving the Earth, you probably think of something like this: This is the Saturn V launching Apollo 11 to the Moon. It was a chemical rocket, burning a mixture of kerosene and liquid oxygen to get its payload — the Apollo astronauts — off the Earth. Chemical rockets are basically an […]

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Everything Scientists Could Learn By Looking At Your Skull

Everything Scientists Could Learn By Looking At Your Skull

I find it incredible that scientists can look at a skull, just the skull… and determine almost exactly who that person was. Skulls hold clues to our race, age, and sex. For example, just from a skull found in the woods in 1988. Police were able to solve the case of a young Asian woman […]

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The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

If you flip through the pages of just about any physics textbook, you will probably find a picture of a roller coaster loop illustrating the concept of centripetal acceleration. Textbook problems often portray loops that are perfectly circular in order to simplify calculations, but in reality, roller coaster loops are not circular at all. The […]

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Chill Electronic Ambient Technology Background Music For Science Videos & Presentations / VJ Loop

Chill Electronic Ambient Technology Background Music for Science Videos and Presentations VJ Loop Sci-fi study beat

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