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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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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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What is Calculus?  (Mathematics)

What is Calculus? (Mathematics)

What is calculus? This isn’t one of those things we inherited from the ancient Greeks like geometry. This subject was created more recently in the late 1600s by Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. They didn’t work together. They each created calculus on their own, and as a result there was a huge argument over who […]

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Mathematicians at Bath help solve business problems

Mathematicians at Bath help solve business problems

Over the next three days we have three companies working with us. Our academics are bringing a wealth of expertise and knowledge in the application of mathematics for industrial and real world problems. So I think this is a great opportunity to gather ideas from different disciplines, different people on what’s a very challenging, complex […]

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Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Feynman’s Lectures on Physics – The Law of Gravitation

Ladies and gentleman, it’s my privilege to introduce the Messenger lecturer, Professor Richard P. Feynman of the California Institute of Technology. Professor Feynman is a distinguished theoretical physicist, and he’s done much to bring order out of the confusion which has marked much of the spectacular development in physics during the postwar period. Among his […]

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Atomic Bonds – Chemistry Basics Part II
Princeton University’s James Peebles, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics

Princeton University’s James Peebles, 2019 Nobel Laureate in Physics

[UPBEAT MUSIC] JAMES PEEBLES: Thank you. Who are you all? I was awarded the Nobel Prize for a lifetime of contributions to the advance of this subject. I have been working in cosmology since 1964. I’ve been in this subject and seen it grow from a very small science to an immense science — [STUDENTS […]

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Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

Mathematics – Life as a Maths Undergraduate Student at UEA – Lisa

I’m Lisa and I’m studying BSc Mathematics at UEA. I chose my course because I really love mathematics and I wanted to become a maths teacher so it was really the course that I wanted to do. I chose UEA because I really liked the look of the maths course. They also had a very […]

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Research in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Research in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

My name is Professor Varinder Aggarwal, I’m Professor of Organic Chemistry, and I teach organic chemistry at the undergraduate level. I run a team of postgraduates and postdoctoral workers in synthetic organic chemistry. So every day, I will come into the lab and speak with my team and see how things are going, see what […]

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