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  • 04:23 The Science of snowflakes with Professor Brian Cox | the Royal Society

    The Science of snowflakes with Professor Brian Cox | the Royal Society

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    Join us for a wintery deep dive into the wonderful world of snowflakes voiced by Professor Brian Cox. Made in partnership with BBC Ideas. https://www.bbc.co.uk/ideas/playlists/made-in-partnership-with-the-royal-society#snow #snowflakes #physics #briancox

  • 12:03 Brian Cox School Experiments: genome editing - classroom video

    Brian Cox School Experiments: genome editing - classroom video

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    The Royal Society has produced a new set of videos and resources, presented by Professor Brian Cox, based around new and emerging STEM technologies. In this video, Brian joins a teacher to demonstrate a photosynthesis classroom activity, including set-up,

  • 02:02 Climate Change-Resilient Corals Grow Up to 50x Faster Using This Natural Healing Process

    Climate Change-Resilient Corals Grow Up to 50x Faster Using This Natural Healing Process

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    In this video, we share how coral reef restoration can be transformed by using a nature-inspired healing process that helps climate change-resilient corals grow up to 50x faster. The planet has lost more than half of its living coral since 1950, a result

  • 01:51 New Self-healing Composite Material Boosts the Circular Economy

    New Self-healing Composite Material Boosts the Circular Economy

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    Recycling and repairing items is time-consuming and expensive. But what if there were a new self-healing composite material that not only boosts the circular economy--items can actually repair themselves like humans and plants do?! In this video, we share

  • 01:56 Unveiling Bee-Inspired Pollination Innovations for Higher Crop Yield

    Unveiling Bee-Inspired Pollination Innovations for Higher Crop Yield

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    Reliance on honeybees for commercial pollination presents major challenges for growers, especially as local pollinator populations decline. To address this, the pioneering startup BloomX has developed devices like the Robee and Crossbee to mimic the diffe

  • 02:07 Combatting Plastic Pollution: A New Nature-Inspired Solution

    Combatting Plastic Pollution: A New Nature-Inspired Solution

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    Plastic pollution extends beyond what meets the eye, with microplastics posing a significant threat to both the environment and human health. These tiny particles result from the breakdown of larger plastics, and are omnipresent in various products, inclu

  • 03:41 Mimicking This Tiny Glass Sponge For Stronger, Lightweight Modular Building Materials

    Mimicking This Tiny Glass Sponge For Stronger, Lightweight Modular Building Materials

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    This video explores the Venus flower basket's incredible cellular architecture, and how engineers at Metavoxel Technologies have designed 3-D modular building materials that produce strong but lightweight properties. By learning from nature's way of doing

  • 04:24 Bio-Inspired Clothing Technology: How Insects Inspire Better Waterproof, Breathable Sportswear

    Bio-Inspired Clothing Technology: How Insects Inspire Better Waterproof, Breathable Sportswear

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    In this video, we explore how bio-inspired clothing technology is changing the game for environmentally conscious outdoor enthusiasts. While traditional outdoor gear relies on a combination of materials coated in non-degradable chemicals, Amphico has take

  • 04:20 How Owls and Maple Seeds Are Revolutionizing Wind Turbines

    How Owls and Maple Seeds Are Revolutionizing Wind Turbines

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    In this video, we delve into the world of renewable energy and the innovative ways in which companies like Biome Renewables are making less disruptive and more efficient wind turbines by using nature as their inspiration.Wind turbines have been a vital so

  • 02:44 How Chemicals in Our Eyes Are Revolutionizing Sunblock: Say Goodbye to Synthetic Sunscreens

    How Chemicals in Our Eyes Are Revolutionizing Sunblock: Say Goodbye to Synthetic Sunscreens

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    In this video, we explore how chemicals in our eyes are revolutionizing sunblock. While synthetic sunscreens have been helpful in protecting our skin from harmful UV rays, they have also caused damage to reefs and marine life and can persist in the enviro

  • 04:34 The world's first process for making zero emissions cement

    The world's first process for making zero emissions cement

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    Concrete is the second most-used substance on Earth, after water, and it's responsible for 7.5% of total carbon emissions triple that of aviation.Decarbonising cement the carbon-hungry component of concrete is a massive challenge. But Cambridge researcher

  • 04:31 How do gas masks actually work? - George Zaidan

    How do gas masks actually work? - George Zaidan

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    Explore the science behind how gas masks work, and how the technology protects us from airborne threats and pollutants.--You might think of gas masks as clunky military-looking devices. But in the near future, we may need to rely on these filters as part

  • 04:31 How do gas masks actually work? - George Zaidan

    How do gas masks actually work? - George Zaidan

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    Explore the science behind how gas masks work, and how the technology protects us from airborne threats and pollutants.--You might think of gas masks as clunky military-looking devices. But in the near future, we may need to rely on these filters as part

  • 09:19 How is CARDBOARD made? | Maddie Moate

    How is CARDBOARD made? | Maddie Moate

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    I visited Tri-Wall UK in Monmouth, Wales, to learn how they turn paper into cardboard (and cardboard into this BRILLIANT cardboard playhouse)More HOW ARE THEY MADE videos:How is MARBLES made? https://youtu.be/ePf-FFZZH3EHow is PAINT made? https://youtu.be

  • 11:15 How is GLASS made? | Maddie Moate

    How is GLASS made? | Maddie Moate

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    I visited Pilkington glass factory in St Helen's to learn how float glass is made out of sand! Pilkington has been making glass since 1826, and their HUGE factory in the north of England is one of several making GLASS 24/7. Have you seen my new book? It's

  • 10:24 How is PAINT Made? | Maddie Moate

    How is PAINT Made? | Maddie Moate

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    I visited AkzoNobel to learn more about how paint is made. Their MASSIVE site in Ashington, UK, is designed to be the most advanced, most sustainable paint factory IN THE WORLD, and it was a fantastic experience spending the day with them as they showed m

  • 10:22 How are MARBLES made? | Maddie Moate

    How are MARBLES made? | Maddie Moate

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    Little correction - "Cobolt" should be spelt "Cobalt" :-)I went to the House of Marbles in Newton Abbot to catch up with glass-maker Paul and learn how to make my own multi-coloured glass marble!Have you seen my new book? It's available now https://www.ma

  • 07:38 Molten Lava Vs Giant Ice Block Experiment

    Molten Lava Vs Giant Ice Block Experiment

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  • 03:39 Kitchen Chemistry with Color Changing Cabbage!

    Kitchen Chemistry with Color Changing Cabbage!

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    Make a color-changing chemical indicator from a vegetable! Chemical indicators can tell us what kinds of chemicals are close by and they do this by changing colors. We can make our own chemical indicator from a plant you can get at any grocery store and i

  • 02:36 Let's Make Slime!

    Let's Make Slime!

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    Learn the chemistry behind everyone's favorite polymer - slime! OMSI's Science Squad serves up a recipe for fun in this quick guide to making the best bouncy, stretchy slime. This video was created by OMSI's Science Squad, a guided teen volunteer program.

  • 04:56 The Science of Cookies

    The Science of Cookies

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    Do you have room for dessert? Join OMSI's Science Squad for a sweet seminar on the surprisingly complex array of chemistry that goes on when you bake a cookie. This video was created by OMSI's Science Squad, a guided teen volunteer program. Learn more her

  • 1:00:24 Explosive chemistry - with Andrew Szydlo

    Explosive chemistry - with Andrew Szydlo

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    Discover the evolution of explosive chemical experiments, with the maestro of chemistry Andrew Szydlo.Sign up as a YouTube Channel Member to watch the Q&A here: https://youtu.be/XCeDrmFgrewThis Discourse was recorded at the Ri on 29 February 2024.Go on a

  • 06:27 Soap Powered Boat - Home Experiment

    Soap Powered Boat - Home Experiment

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    Spoecial thanks to Dial Soap for helping to make this video possible!Here's an interesting and easy experiment you can try at home. Get all the instructions here: https://sciencebob.com/build-a-soap-powered-model-boat/

  • 08:32 I Made My Own X-Ray Machine

    I Made My Own X-Ray Machine

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    In this video I test if x rays reflect or go through mirrors.This video was not sponsored by Radiacode, but they sent me a link if you want to checkout their sensors.Their website: https://103.radiacode.com/ALAmazon: https://amzn.to/3TXDIkIVideo where I t

  • 10:01 Can a Little Oil Really Calm the Ocean?

    Can a Little Oil Really Calm the Ocean?

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    Stay informed on breaking news by subscribing through my link https://ground.news/actionlab to receive 30% off the Vantage Subscription which is about $6/month for unlimited access to all the features to better your news consumption experience. A few publ

  • 00:53 Pouring Square Water

    Pouring Square Water

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    I show you how to make water in any shape#shorts

  • 00:59 Metal That Has a Pulse

    Metal That Has a Pulse

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    In this video I puta gallium in sulfuric acid to show you an amazing result#shorts

  • 06:38 This Is The Opposite of HydrophobicSuperhydrophilic

    This Is The Opposite of HydrophobicSuperhydrophilic

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    In this video I use 3Ms Super-Hydrophilic Post-it Flex Write Surface to see what properties superhydrophilic materials have, compared to hydrophobicShop the Action Lab Science Gear here: https://theactionlab.com/ Checkout my experiment book: https://amzn.

  • 00:56 The Truth About Chips

    The Truth About Chips

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    I show you the volume change when I vacuum the nitrogen out of a bag of chips.#shorts

  • 06:50 How To Pick Up And Set Down Sauce Without Changing Its Shape

    How To Pick Up And Set Down Sauce Without Changing Its Shape

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    Thanks to Kamikoto for sponsoring this video! Get an additional $50 off with code ACTIONLAB during their Black Friday/Holiday sale. Go to https://kamikoto.com/ACTIONLAB and help support the channel.In this video I show you how to make a device that can pi

  • 06:25 A Very Thirsty Brick

    A Very Thirsty Brick

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    Checkout our sponsor, BetterHelp, for 10% off your first month: https://www.BetterHelp.com/ActionLabShop the Action Lab Science Gear here: https://theactionlab.com/ Checkout my experiment book: https://amzn.to/2Wf07x1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/theactio

  • 08:08 Is It Possible To Melt Dry Ice?

    Is It Possible To Melt Dry Ice?

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  • 08:44 Does Purple Really Make Your Teeth Whiter?

    Does Purple Really Make Your Teeth Whiter?

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    Click on the special link for 21% off BEAR for the first 100 people: https://foreo.se/d9o9A few published studies talking about microcurrent devices: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022202X19325266https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic

  • 09:45 Chemistry of Spice Melange (from Dune) - Periodic Table of Videos

    Chemistry of Spice Melange (from Dune) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    We look at a published chemical structure for the mythical Spice Melange from the Dune science fiction series. More links and info in full description Featuring Jessie Groves (senior technician), Martyn Poliakoff and Robert Stockman.Thanks also to Finlay

  • 04:22 How Much Gold is in Our Poop?

    How Much Gold is in Our Poop?

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  • 11:11 The Most Important Process on Earth

    The Most Important Process on Earth

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    All sources of energy on earth (except some geothermal) can be traced back to the fusion of atoms in a star. Without that fundamental process, interesting things in the universe wouldn't last very long. But how do we take advantage of this crucial reactio

  • 14:13 Astro Alchemy: Where Rare Elements Come From

    Astro Alchemy: Where Rare Elements Come From

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    How do you make gold? Simply bombard a nucleus with countless neutrons before it can decay.Special Thanks to Prof. Rob Jeffries from the Keele Astrophysics Group for his expertise in this area. Further reading:r-process nucleosynthesis and kilonovae from

  • 12:26 Everyone should see this experiment for themselves

    Everyone should see this experiment for themselves

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    Apply for Jane Street's Academy of Math and Programming here: https://bit.ly/stevemould-ampBrownian motion was the first visual evidence of Atoms and Molecules. Einstein was able to show that the mass of atoms could be calculated by watching the particles

  • 11:33 Tom Lehrer's Elements - with Helen Arney at Ada Lovelace Day

    Tom Lehrer's Elements - with Helen Arney at Ada Lovelace Day

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    Helen Arney performs Tom Lehrers Elements, which he set to a tune by Arthur Sullivan. This version includes all of the 16 elements discovered (or, more accurately, synthesised in a laboratory) since the song was first written in 1959.Ada Lovelace Day is a

  • 04:33 The science of snowflakes with Brian Cox | BBC Ideas

    The science of snowflakes with Brian Cox | BBC Ideas

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    How do snowflakes form? Why do they have six sides? Is it true that each snowflakes is unique? Here's some serious snowflake trivia courtesy of physicist Prof Brian Cox.Made by Studio Panda with paper artwork by Sam Pierpoint, in partnership with the @roy

  • 14:53 The ancient technology of silk - with Aarathi Prasad at Ada Lovelace Day

    The ancient technology of silk - with Aarathi Prasad at Ada Lovelace Day

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    From the ancient uses of silk to the biologists who learned the secrets of silk-producing animals: manipulating the habitats, physiologies, and threads of moths, spiders and molluscs, this talk will explore the work of some of the women who have been key

  • 12:55 Women of wonder - with Rosie Curran Crawley at Ada Lovelace Day

    Women of wonder - with Rosie Curran Crawley at Ada Lovelace Day

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    Jane Marcets Conversations on Chemistry was first published anonymously in 1805 and is thought to be one of the first science textbooks. After watching Humphry Davys lectures at the Royal Institution, Marcet believed it to be important to discuss these sc

  • 01:00 I split water molecules with my bare hands

    I split water molecules with my bare hands

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    In this video I show you how to split water moleculesSee the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5tJrZ7prFUg#shorts

  • 00:59 Dissolving metal with sound

    Dissolving metal with sound

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    #shorts See the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/H5wVQ513-5M

  • 00:59 Using Nano-Tape To Become Spiderman

    Using Nano-Tape To Become Spiderman

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    Using Nano-Tape To Become SpidermanSee the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oE4VjTMn04#shorts

  • 00:43 The World's Biggest Water Drops

    The World's Biggest Water Drops

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    I show you how to make giant water drops in the sinkSee the full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uL_E136e4AI

  • 10:44 When Does Pure Water Get Thick?

    When Does Pure Water Get Thick?

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    Thanks to Kamikoto for sponsoring this video! Get an additional $50 off with code ACTIONLAB during their Holiday sale. Go to https://kamikoto.com/ACTIONLAB and help support the channel.Shop the Action Lab Science Gear here: https://theactionlab.com/ Check

  • 13:59 Berkelium in Berkeley (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

    Berkelium in Berkeley (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    We're at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where the element Berkelium has "come home" for some cutting edge research. More links and info in full description With thanks to Professor Polly Arnold and her group for hosting us at LBNL - https://che

  • 09:55 Quantum Dots (Nobel Prize 2023) - Periodic Table of Videos

    Quantum Dots (Nobel Prize 2023) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2023 is awarded to Moungi Bawendi, Louis Brus and Alexei Ekimov for the discovery and synthesis of quantum dots". More links and info in full description This video features chemist Martyn Poliakoff and physicist Philip Moriar

  • 15:06 How Scientists Made the Hottest Thing Ever

    How Scientists Made the Hottest Thing Ever

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    Learn more about Surfshark VPN at: https://surfshark.deals/besmart SUBSCRIBE so you dont miss a video! http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub More info and sources below At CERN, physicists are searching for answers to some of the biggest questions ever like how the uni

  • 53:20 Making purple gold

    Making purple gold

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    Thanks to Opera for sponsoring this video! Get a browser that’s literally better at everything, download Opera today: https://opr.as/12-Opera-Browser-NileRed ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Turning old

  • 1:47:04 The volcanic chemistry of sulfur - with Andrew Szydlo

    The volcanic chemistry of sulfur - with Andrew Szydlo

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    Ri favourite and science icon Andrew Szydlo takes you on a tour of the amazing, and sometimes explosive, chemistry of sulfur.Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYeF244yNGuFefuFKqxIAXw/joinSubscribe for regular scienc

  • 55:31 Chemistry of Christmas  with Katherine Haxton

    Chemistry of Christmas with Katherine Haxton

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    We're celebrating Christmas the only way we know how - with Chemistry!Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYeF244yNGuFefuFKqxIAXw/joinSubscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibeThis lecture was rec

  • 06:55 Thulium (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

    Thulium (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    A new and improved video about Thulium. More links and info in full description Support Periodic Videos on Patreon (and appear on our table): https://www.patreon.com/periodicvideosVideos on all 118 elements: http://bit.ly/118elementsCleve on the discovery

  • 01:01 There's Lava Inside You

    There's Lava Inside You

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  • 11:53 Why white things are white

    Why white things are white

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    The first 1000 people to use this link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: https://skl.sh/stevemould11201Almost all white things are white because of scattering. You can do really cool things by playing with refractive index to dial up

  • 00:58 How Do Molecules Move?

    How Do Molecules Move?

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    "From the cha-cha to the tango: uncovering the secret dance moves of the molecular world!" Watch more Life Noggin "How Could You Walk Through Walls?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ym0XdHZrtHICheck out the team that powers Life Noggin! https://www.lifesp

  • 07:01 Experiment: Make Your Own Caramel Apples | SciShow Kids

    Experiment: Make Your Own Caramel Apples | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Today, Jessi and Squeaks learn about the Maillard reaction while they make some delicious caramel.Second Grade Next Generation Science StandardsDi

  • 07:28 A Halloween Candy That Comes From Bones and Bugs! | SciShow Kids

    A Halloween Candy That Comes From Bones and Bugs! | SciShow Kids

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    Teachers and parents: scroll down to check out the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) for this episode!Today, Jessi and Squeaks learn about some common (and maybe even spooky) ingredients used to make candy, including what might be the most famous H

  • 02:56 Why Water Dissolves (Almost) Everything

    Why Water Dissolves (Almost) Everything

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    Water can dissolve more substances than anything else on earth...so why doesn't it dissolve everything away?LEARN MORE**************To learn more about this topic, start your googling with these keywords: solvent: a substance that dissolves a solutesolubi

  • 03:46 This Chemical Does Nothing, But It's Still Bad For You

    This Chemical Does Nothing, But It's Still Bad For You

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    Check out the MinuteFood video on Teflon here: https://youtu.be/R1hbV3EzOD4PFAS - also known as the forever chemicals we use in all sorts of household products - are able to cause all sorts of health problems without ever really reacting with anythingLEAR

  • 04:05 How Caffeine Accidentally Took Over The World

    How Caffeine Accidentally Took Over The World

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  • 04:51 How We Learned That Water Isn't An Element

    How We Learned That Water Isn't An Element

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    Keep exploring at https://brilliant.org/MinuteEarth. Get started for free, and hurry the first 200 people get 20% off an annual premium subscription.For thousands of years, water was thought to be an element. That is, until some of the greatest chemists i

  • 04:37 We Have No Idea Why

    We Have No Idea Why

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    Offset your carbon footprint on Wren: https://www.wren.co/start/minuteearth The first 100 people who sign up will have 10 extra trees planted in their name!Also, our shop is getting a glow-up! Check out our shiny new story-based merch at https://dftba.com

  • 20:44 Popular The Man Who Killed Millions and Saved Billions

    The Man Who Killed Millions and Saved Billions

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    YES, THIS IS A REUPLOAD. The original was age-restricted and demonetized. To support the channel directly, you can buy Snatoms: https://ve42.co/snatoms1 https://ve42.co/amzn or support on Patreon: https://ve42.co/pFritz Haber is the scientist who arguably

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  • 24:16 I Tried CSI Academy

    I Tried CSI Academy

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    Thank you to Liquid I.V. for sponsoring todays video! Use code MICHELLE20 or my link https://bit.ly/3pTnf4H to get 20% off, plus free shipping, on your next Liquid I.V. order! Lemon Lime Hydration Multipliers in Sugar-Free are also available to purchase i

  • 00:42 Dancing Raisins! #shorts #science #scishowkids #experiment #bubble

    Dancing Raisins! #shorts #science #scishowkids #experiment #bubble

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    Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Jennifer Szymanski: WriterAlex Billow: Script EditorMadison Lynn: VideographerSam Schultz: Script SupervisorStefan Chin: EditorSavannah Geary: Associate ProducerJosef "Tuna" Metesh: Sound DesignerDaniel

  • 00:50 Milk Magic! | Surface Tension #shorts #science #scishowkids #experiment #milk

    Milk Magic! | Surface Tension #shorts #science #scishowkids #experiment #milk

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    Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Jennifer Szymanski: WriterKyle Nackers: Fact CheckerAlex Billow: Script EditorMadison Lynn: VideographerSam Schultz: Script SupervisorStefan Chin: EditorJosef "Tuna" Metesh: Sound DesignerSam Schultz: P

  • 00:42 Why do we get wrinkly fingers after a bath? #shorts #science #scishowkids #biology

    Why do we get wrinkly fingers after a bath? #shorts #science #scishowkids #biology

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    Hosted by: Jessi Knudsen Castaeda (she/her/they/them)Kaitie Janecke Soltesz: WriterKyle Nackers: Fact CheckerJD Voyek: Script EditorMadison Lynn: VideographerSam Schultz: Script SupervisorStefan Chin: EditorJosef "Tuna" Metesh: Sound DesignerAimee Roberts

  • 06:05 Popular This is what happens when you hit the gas - Shannon Odell

    This is what happens when you hit the gas - Shannon Odell

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    Explore the differences between how a cars internal combustion engine and an electric vehicles induction motor use fuel.--In 2015, two men drove a Volkswagen across the US on just over 100 gallons of fuel. Their 81-mile-per-gallon performance doubled the

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  • 22:37 Popular 8 Mouth-Watering Questions About Food | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

    8 Mouth-Watering Questions About Food | COLOSSAL QUESTIONS

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    WATCH MORE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UULFPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPwiAPYRT1JCna3GYf-vkCg?sub_confirmation=18 Colossal Questions all about food!!Images used under license from Shutterstock.comWelcome to

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  • 05:23 How the water you flush becomes the water you drink - Francis de los Reyes

    How the water you flush becomes the water you drink - Francis de los Reyes

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    Explore the science of wastewater treatment, and find out why water reuse has become increasingly common worldwide.--In 2003, Singapores national water agency launched an unprecedented program to provide more than 50% of their nations water supply by recy

  • 12:52 Did you know? All about FOOD! | Highlights Kids | Full Episode | Winter Kids Videos

    Did you know? All about FOOD! | Highlights Kids | Full Episode | Winter Kids Videos

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    Subscribe to watch more Highlights! http://bit.ly/HGLTsubscribeFun with a purpose for creative, curious, caring, and confident kids!

  • 02:11 How Cheese Is Made! | Ever Wonder? | Highlights Kids

    How Cheese Is Made! | Ever Wonder? | Highlights Kids

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    We explore a dairy farm that makes cheese. Join us for this episode of Ever Wonder?Subscribe to watch more Highlights! http://bit.ly/HGLTsubscribeFun with a purpose for creative, curious, caring, and confident kids!#howitsmade #kidsquestions #howtomake #c

  • 09:15 Phosphorus Reacts with Bromine - Periodic Table of Videos

    Phosphorus Reacts with Bromine - Periodic Table of Videos

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    Some phosphorus reactions to mark our 15th anniversary on YouTube. More links and info in full description Phosphorus: https://youtu.be/LSYLUat03A4Bromine: https://youtu.be/Slt3_5upuSsWhite Phosphorus: https://youtu.be/U6_-EUcswScPhosphine and Life on Ven

  • 06:03 The Gallium Man (melts) - Periodic Table of Videos

    The Gallium Man (melts) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    We melt a man made of Gallium - and then torch a Lego Professor!More links and info in full description Patrons can catch some extended footage here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/84105021Catch our Gallium video: https://youtu.be/N6ccRvKKwZQVideos on all

  • 14:35 Hafnium (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

    Hafnium (new) - Periodic Table of Videos

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    A shiny new video about Hafnium. More links and info in full description Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/periodicvideosAnd our thanks to Anthony Lipmann for the Hafnium samples.On the Missing Element of Atomic Number 72: https://www.nature.

  • 31:11 We made an epic fireworks display to explain every aspect of fireworks

    We made an epic fireworks display to explain every aspect of fireworks

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    This is the biggest, brightest, hottest video there is about the science of fireworks. This video is brought to you by Kiwico go to https://kiwico.com/veritasium for your first month free!If you're looking for a molecular modeling kit, try Snatoms - a kit

  • 03:15 Where Did All the Gold in the Universe Come From?

    Where Did All the Gold in the Universe Come From?

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    For a long time, no one knew how "heavy metals" formed--or showed up on Earth. Now, some new evidence finally points the way to an answer.

  • 15:57 From Lab to Table: I Tasted the Worlds First Cultivated Meat!

    From Lab to Table: I Tasted the Worlds First Cultivated Meat!

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    Were on PATREON! Join the smart people family https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Our appetite for meat is one of the greatest environmental challenges we face. Join me on a mind-blowing visit to UPSIDE Foods, the world's

  • 14:47 The Deadly Chemistry That Made Life Interesting

    The Deadly Chemistry That Made Life Interesting

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    Were on PATREON! Join the community: https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart More info and sources below Lifes been around on Earth for at least 3.7 billion years. But for most of that time, it was incredibly boring just simple little cells squirming aro

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