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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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Chemistry Careers | What You Can Do With Your Chem Degree
The Bird Scientist

The Bird Scientist

[Music] [Laughter] Woah I’m Heidi and I work for the Intermountain Bird Observatory at Boise State. So we’re kind of a non-profit format research group at Boise State that does research that benefits bird conservation and then pairs that with Community outreach, so bringing people to get involved in the research work that we do. […]

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Scientists Say DNA’s Building Blocks May ACTUALLY Come From Outer Space

Scientists Say DNA’s Building Blocks May ACTUALLY Come From Outer Space

It was almost 11 o’clock in the morning on the 28th of September 1969 when above a small rural town in south-eastern Australia a fireball was seen flying through the sky. That fireball broke off into three parts and left behind a cloud of smoke. Half a minute after that a tremor could be heard. […]

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Meet Our Postdocs: Wezley Griffin

Meet Our Postdocs: Wezley Griffin

Hi, my name’s Wezley Griffin. I’m a postdoc here at Baylor in Dr. Michael Trakselis’s lab in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. And what I like most about being here at Baylor is the highly collaborative and welcoming environment here, not only within my lab but also throughout the campus. Everyone in my lab […]

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Sam the Alien – The nonverbal assessment of mathematics – Fast Forward Science 2019

Sam the Alien – The nonverbal assessment of mathematics – Fast Forward Science 2019

Meet young Sam! Sam has just arrived on planet earth with his spaceship! Sam is avery social alien and so it tries to blend in with the Earthlings. Coming of age he decides to go to school just like young Earthlings do! First day in school Sam is excited to learn. But.. what are those […]

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“Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

“Telepathic” Genius Child Tested By Scientist

00:00 NYX: What number I got here? RAMSES: Eight! DR. DIANE: I have seen evidence of telepathy in many people. 00:13 COMM: Meet five-year-old Ramses Sanguino, his mother believes he’s a child genius. 00:20 COMM: She considers him a savant. A rare individual that has remarkable talents that defy their age and experience. 00:28 NYX: […]

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How scientists are fighting the coronavirus: A three minute guide

How scientists are fighting the coronavirus: A three minute guide

The novel coronavirus has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organisation. So how are scientists responding? And what can science do to help control the outbreak? A top priority is epidemiology. Epidemiologists are on the front line, trying to understand how and why the virus is spreading. They gather data on […]

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Scientists reveal how much water you consume daily | Ep#1 | AXA Research Fund

Scientists reveal how much water you consume daily | Ep#1 | AXA Research Fund

How much water do you eat? I’m in the middle of Paris, I’ve got loads of water. I’m going to try to give it away in French. Free water? You want some? No? Thirsty? Free water? It’s surprisingly hard to give away free water. Yet, in just 25 years, everyone on the planet is going […]

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Research in Mathematics

Research in Mathematics

Hello. We are a pleased to have with us Prof. Arindama Singh from the Department of Mathematics and he will discuss with us you know, research in mathematics and aspects of research associated with you know student life and how it interacts with you know their research at in their department and so on. Prof. […]

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