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  • 11:28 How The Next Batteries Will Change the World

    How The Next Batteries Will Change the World

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    Silicon Valley is about to commercialize revolutionary technology that will enable huge breakthroughs in the battle against global warming.#TheSpark #BloombergQuicktake #Green--------Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirm

  • 10:57 Wave Power Could Be Energy's Next Big Leap

    Wave Power Could Be Energy's Next Big Leap

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    Searching for ways to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, engineers and entrepreneurs are looking to a largely untapped potential source of renewable energy: wave power.#TheSpark #Green #BloombergQuicktake--------Like this video? Subscribe: http://www.yo

  • 16:09 Atomic Clocks Are Reinventing Time

    Atomic Clocks Are Reinventing Time

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    Though humans don't experience it in their daily lives, gravity and movement can change how time elapses. Ultra-precise atomic clocks are now able to measure these tiny changes, known as time dilation. It's a technological advance that could revolutionize

  • 17:16 The Tasty Tale of Ben & Jerrys, As Told By Jerry

    The Tasty Tale of Ben & Jerrys, As Told By Jerry

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    Ben & Jerrys co-founder Jerry Greenfield helped grow a tiny neighborhood ice cream shop into a global megabrand, diving head-first into many controversial issues along the way.#QuicktakePortrait #Leadership #FunkyMonkey--------Like this video? Subscribe:

  • 13:35 Meet The Scientists Trying to Reverse Aging

    Meet The Scientists Trying to Reverse Aging

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    While the world wrestles with the coronavirus and climate change, theres another challenge facing humanity: aging. As we live longer lives, more of our final years are marked by poor health, which means increased suffering and higher healthcare bills. But

  • 13:33 How Solar Sails Are Remaking Space Exploration

    How Solar Sails Are Remaking Space Exploration

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    Using the pressure of the sun's rays to propel spacecraft, solar sails will allow future unmanned missions to be longer and cheaper while reaching the outer solar systemand possibly beyond.#Moonshot #Space #BloombergQuicktake--------Like this video? Subsc

  • 11:02 What Happens If We Solve Extinction?

    What Happens If We Solve Extinction?

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    The human species has driven the planet's biodiversity into an unprecedented decline, with as many as 1 million species at risk. Traditional conservation methods alone are struggling to offset the speed at which were losing species. Biotechnologies that h

  • 17:46 Using the Sun to Image Alien Planets

    Using the Sun to Image Alien Planets

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    A team at NASAs JPL is proposing a mission that will let us see planets in other solar systems. Bloombergs Moonshots talks with the scientist behind what could be the most powerful telescope ever built, with a little help from the sun.#Space #NASA #Moonsh

  • 02:18 The Soy Sauce Bottle Designed to Bring Happiness

    The Soy Sauce Bottle Designed to Bring Happiness

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    Behind the Design is a series of sleek and concise videos about the design of everyday objects we take for granted. This episode tells the story about how a former Buddhist monk designed the soy sauce bottle seen in Japanese restaurants around the world.

  • 10:03 This MIT Engineer Built His Own Bionic Leg

    This MIT Engineer Built His Own Bionic Leg

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    At MIT's Media Lab, researchers are developing prosthetic limbs that users can control with their minds, making a robotic foot move as seamlessly as a biological one. Video by Alan Jeffries -------- Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http

  • 14:52 The Moon Rover Engineer | NEXT JOBS

    The Moon Rover Engineer | NEXT JOBS

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    After a decades-long lull, interest in the moon is back -- this time led by startups, including Tokyo-based ispace Inc., which is hoping to land two of its miniature rovers on the lunar surface in 2021. Akane Imamura is part of ispace's team racing to mak

  • 05:34 How Blue LEDs Changed the World

    How Blue LEDs Changed the World

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    Not only are small, energy efficient LEDs used in almost every piece of modern electronics, they have the greatest potential impact on energy savings globally. But LEDs didn't have much use until the '90s, when Japanese scientists discovered the missing l

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  • 04:22 Why New York's Skyline Has a Distinct Look

    Why New York's Skyline Has a Distinct Look

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    Why do so many of New York's older skyscrapers have a similar design? The answer can be traced back to a monumental 1916 zoning law, which established “setback” requirements for buildings above a certain height. In the heart of the Financial D

  • 03:56 How Japan’s Bullet Trains Changed Travel

    How Japan’s Bullet Trains Changed Travel

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    Today high-speed trains are comparable to air travel in price and door-to-door speed for shorter journeys. But decades ago locomotives faced fierce competition from air planes and private cars. Then came Japan’s bullet trains. Then This Happened is


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