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  • 11:09 Biomedical Treatments: Crash Course Psychology #36

    Biomedical Treatments: Crash Course Psychology #36

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  • 09:21 Mass-Producing Ice Cream with Food Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #39

    Mass-Producing Ice Cream with Food Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #39

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    In this episode, we looked at food engineering. We explored how foods capacity to spoil makes it a unique challenge from an engineering viewpoint. We saw how many branches of engineering come into play to process ingredients, ensure safety for consumers,

  • 11:47 Changing the Blueprints of Life - Genetic Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #38

    Changing the Blueprints of Life - Genetic Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #38

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    Can we change the blueprints of life? This week we are exploring that question with genetic engineering. Well discuss how selective breeding can improve agricultural practices, and the potential DNA-level engineering could have on other fields of engineer

  • 09:00 The History of Chemical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #5

    The History of Chemical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #5

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    Today well cover the fourth and final of our core disciplines of engineering: chemical engineering. Well talk about its history and evolution going from soda ash competitions to oil refineries and renewable energies. Well also discuss some newer and emerg

  • 10:01 To The Moon & Mars - Aerospace Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #34

    To The Moon & Mars - Aerospace Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #34

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    This week were exploring aerospace engineering and its two main fields: aeronautical engineering and astronautical engineering. Well explore life & buoyancy, propulsion systems, and the challenges of managing the human body in space.Crash Course Engineeri

  • 11:35 Computer Engineering & the End of Moore's Law: Crash Course Engineering #35

    Computer Engineering & the End of Moore's Law: Crash Course Engineering #35

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    This week were exploring a field of engineering that is essential to how youre watching this video: computers and computer engineering. Well explain differences between hardware and software, how engineers are working on making computers smaller and more

  • 11:02 How Engineering Robots Works: Crash Course Engineering #33

    How Engineering Robots Works: Crash Course Engineering #33

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    In this episode we looked at robots and the engineering principles of robots. We learned how robots use sensors to interpret their environment, how actuators and effectors allow a robot to manipulate the objects around it to accomplish a task, and how com

  • The History of Electrical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #4

    The History of Electrical Engineering: Crash Course Engineering #4

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    Next stop on our tour of engineerings major fields: electrical engineering. In this episode well explore the history of telecommunications, electric power and lighting, and computers. Well introduce topics like magnetism, electrical conduction, telegraphy

  • 07:25 The World's Most Dangerous Engineering Mistakes | Massive Engineering Mistakes

    The World's Most Dangerous Engineering Mistakes | Massive Engineering Mistakes

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    Check out some of the biggest and most dangerous engineering mistakes made throughout the world such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Venice's MOSE. Subscribe to Discovery UK for more great clips:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Discove

  • 02:11 This House Was Built In Just 36 Hours | Impossible Engineering

    This House Was Built In Just 36 Hours | Impossible Engineering

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c And it only cost $185! Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossible! http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engine

  • 04:21 The Disaster That Changed Engineering: The Hyatt Regency Collapse

    The Disaster That Changed Engineering: The Hyatt Regency Collapse

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    Today's guest video is from Grady at Practical Engineering! Go subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/gradyhillhouse The Hyatt Regency Hotel collapse was a disaster that changed engineering: it's taught in colleges and universities as a way to make it cl

  • 02:08 Watch This 1940s Robotic Tortoise Navigate A Room By Itself | Impossible Engineering

    Watch This 1940s Robotic Tortoise Navigate A Room By Itself | Impossible Engineering

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c The "Tortoise" was built by William Grey Walter in 1948 and used sensors for light and movement to form a simple nervous system. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.co

  • 18:22 Engineering with Origami

    Engineering with Origami

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    Origami is inspiring a plethora of new engineering designs. Try yourself: https://ve42.co/Origami Thanks Audible! Start listening with a 30-day trial and your first audiobook, plus two Audible Originals free when you go to https://audible.com/veritasium o

  • 09:51 Smart Tattoos & Tiny Robots: Crash Course Engineering #37

    Smart Tattoos & Tiny Robots: Crash Course Engineering #37

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    This week we are exploring biodevices and the part they play in the healthcare world. Well look at the challenges of implantable biodevices, like biocompatibility, power and connectivity, packaging, structural design, delivery systems, and device manageme

  • 11:10 Biomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #24

    Biomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #24

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    Weve talked about different materials engineers use to build things in the world, but theres a special category of materials they turn to when building things to go inside our bodies. In this episode well explore the world biomaterials like titanium and t

  • 01:56 The New World of Human Genetic Engineering

    The New World of Human Genetic Engineering

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    Tune in and join the conversation during the premiere of "CRISPR in Context: The New World of Human Genetic Engineering" on Friday, October 25th at 8pm EST.PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONIts happened. The first children genetically engineered with the powerful DNA-ed

  • 10:28 The Engineering of the Drinking Bird

    The Engineering of the Drinking Bird

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    Bill reveals the operation and engineering design underlying the famous drinking bird toy. In this video he explores the role played by the water the bird "drinks," shows what is under the bird's hat and demonstrates that it can operate using heat from a

  • 01:23 What Is Real Engineering?

    What Is Real Engineering?

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    Why choose engineering as a career path? I believe engineers have the power to make this world a better place to live. This video was created to inspire current and future engineers to continue making this world a better place. Join the facebook page: htt

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  • 08:51 How to save 51B lives for 68 cents with simple Engineering

    How to save 51B lives for 68 cents with simple Engineering

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    Using the power of engineering and brilliant inventions to save lives!!! Great times collab-ing with Bill and Melinda Gates! You should check out the Gates Annual Letter here: http://b-gat.es/2lhhtmJ Pre-order a paper microscope here- https://www.foldscop

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  • 29:00 Everyday Engineering: Understanding the Marvels of Daily Life | The Great Courses

    Everyday Engineering: Understanding the Marvels of Daily Life | The Great Courses

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    https://www.thegreatcoursesplus.com/show/everyday_engineering_understanding_the_marvels_of_daily_life?utm_source=US_SocialMedia&utm_medium=SocialMediaEditorialYoutube&utm_campaign=138569 In 36 half-hour lectures, richly illustrated with instructive physic

  • 09:11 How To Become An Engineer: Crash Course Engineering #45

    How To Become An Engineer: Crash Course Engineering #45

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    Hopefully this course has gotten you excited about all the things we can do with engineering. If so, today were going to try to help you answer a very important question: how do you become an engineer? What are the steps? What kinds of careers can you pur

  • 11:28 RMS Titanic: Fascinating Engineering Facts

    RMS Titanic: Fascinating Engineering Facts

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    Bill shares fascinating images and information gleaned from the 1909 to 1911 editions of the Journal The Engineer. It includes photos of the construction of the Titanic and its twin the Olympic, the launching of these Olympic-class ships, and accidents th

  • 01:37 Engineering & Curiosity

    Engineering & Curiosity

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    Hey everybody. This is not a regular Kurzgesagt video. We made this clip for the National Academy of Engineerings video contest. http://www.nae.edu/e4u/ The goal of the contest was to make a video about how engineering changed our lifes to the better. Thi

  • 08:37 The Brilliant Engineering of FIRST FLIGHT !

    The Brilliant Engineering of FIRST FLIGHT !

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    When you examine the Wright Flyer, the first successful flight closely you will be amazed by the numerous ingenious technologies these high school dropouts developed 100 years ago. Their design was so complete that even the current modern aircraft use the

  • 10:44 Heat Engines, Refrigerators, & Cycles: Crash Course Engineering #11

    Heat Engines, Refrigerators, & Cycles: Crash Course Engineering #11

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    Cycles are a big deal in engineering. Today well explain what they are and how theyre used in heat engines, refrigerators, and heat pumps. Well also discuss phase diagrams and the power of using renewable energy resourcesCrash Course Engineering is produc

  • 18:55 The Insane Engineering of the SR-71 Blackbird

    The Insane Engineering of the SR-71 Blackbird

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    Get a year of both Nebula and Curiosity Stream for just 11.99 here: http://www.CuriosityStream.com/realengineering and using the code, "realengineering"New streaming platform: https://watchnebula.com/Vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3

  • 01:52 11-Year-Old Gets 3D-Printed Hands After Dad Meets Engineering Student in Uber

    11-Year-Old Gets 3D-Printed Hands After Dad Meets Engineering Student in Uber

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    An 11-year-old girl born with a one finger on each hand has gotten a new pair of 3D-printed hands. Her father drives an Uber and after picking up a Notre Dame engineering student one night, the stranger offered to help the driver's daughter by designing h

  • 09:42 Building a Desalination Plant from Scratch: Crash Course Engineering #44

    Building a Desalination Plant from Scratch: Crash Course Engineering #44

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    An essential part of engineering is engineering design. Today well see how design synthesis helps you put together the components of a process and decide what techniques are needed to solve your problem. Well explain the need test things on a smaller scal

  • 02:51 Physics and Engineering - Summer of STEM - Triangle Building Blocks and Lego Parachutes

    Physics and Engineering - Summer of STEM - Triangle Building Blocks and Lego Parachutes

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    Physics and Engineering! This week we make triangle building blocks and lego parachutes! Physics Book: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-GbYsz_QH2WeGtsMjZGcTlVM3c/view?usp=sharing Printable Board Game and Stickers: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/fold

  • 09:57 How Seawater Sabotages Ships: Crash Course Engineering #43

    How Seawater Sabotages Ships: Crash Course Engineering #43

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    This week were headed out to sea for some marine engineering. How do we design ships to handle aquatic environments? How do we deal with marine life and corrosion and all of the other problems that come with engineering in the ocean? How can large maritim

  • 11:05 Reversibility & Irreversibility: Crash Course Engineering #8

    Reversibility & Irreversibility: Crash Course Engineering #8

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    How do we design the most efficient machines and processes? Today well try to figure that out as we discuss heat & work, reversibility & irreversibility, and how to use efficiency to measure a system. Crash Course Engineering is produced in association wi

  • 08:36 Heat Transfer: Crash Course Engineering #14

    Heat Transfer: Crash Course Engineering #14

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    Today were talking about heat transfer and the different mechanisms behind it. Well explore conduction, the thermal conductivity of materials, convection, boundary layers, and radiation. Crash Course Engineering is produced in association with PBS Digital

  • 10:39 How Not to Set Your Pizza on Fire: Crash Course Engineering #15

    How Not to Set Your Pizza on Fire: Crash Course Engineering #15

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    Today were going to explain how exchangers...exchange heat. Well look at concentric tubes, finned tubes, plate heat exchangers, and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. And well look at some equations to help us sort through heat transfer and decide what heat

  • 10:27 Why It's So Hard To Make Better Batteries: Crash Course Engineering #32

    Why It's So Hard To Make Better Batteries: Crash Course Engineering #32

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    There are batteries powering so many parts of our everyday lives, so today were going to talk about how they work and how we can make them better. Well explain how they provide power by discharging ions between a cathode and an anode, and how reversing th

  • 11:02 Cheese, Catastrophes, & Process Control: Crash Course Engineering #25

    Cheese, Catastrophes, & Process Control: Crash Course Engineering #25

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    Engineering, like life, could really use a lot more cheese. This week we are looking at a cheese factory in Toronto and what it can teach us about process control systems. Well explore feedforward and feedback systems, and see how integrating them both wi

  • 12:55 Why We Can't Invent a Perfect Engine: Crash Course Engineering #10

    Why We Can't Invent a Perfect Engine: Crash Course Engineering #10

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    Weve introduced the 0th and 1st laws of thermodynamics, so now its time to move on to the second law and how we came to understand it. Well explain the differences between the first and second law, and well talk about the Carnot cycle and why we can never

  • 09:30 YouTube Couldn't Exist Without Communications & Signal Processing: Crash Course Engineering #42

    YouTube Couldn't Exist Without Communications & Signal Processing: Crash Course Engineering #42

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    Engineering helped make this video possible. This week well look at how its possible for you to watch this video with the fundamentals of signal processing. Well explore things from Morse Code, to problems like bandwidth capacity and noise, to how we arri

  • 09:03 Are GMOs Good or Bad? Genetic Engineering & Our Food

    Are GMOs Good or Bad? Genetic Engineering & Our Food

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    Are GMOs bad for your health? Or is this fear unfounded? Support us on Patreon so we can make more videos (and get cool stuff in return): https://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt?ty=h Kurzgesagt merch here: http://bit.ly/1P1hQIH Get the music of the video here:

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  • 32:14 Engineering Compilation: Crash Course Kids

    Engineering Compilation: Crash Course Kids

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    Maybe you'd like to just hear about one topic for a while. We understand. Thus, we've created our Compilation Series. In this first (and longest) compilation video, we look at some of our videos about Engineering. Sabrina helps us to understand how engine

  • 09:54 How the Leaning Tower of Pisa Was Saved: Crash Course Engineering #40

    How the Leaning Tower of Pisa Was Saved: Crash Course Engineering #40

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    This week were going underground to explore geotechnical and seismic engineering. Well look at how structures connect to the ground and transmit loads through their foundations, and how those foundations need to provide a high bearing capacity. Well see h

  • 05:17 Popular The Engineering Process: Crash Course Kids #12.2

    The Engineering Process: Crash Course Kids #12.2

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    So, how do we go about being engineers? In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks to us about the Engineering Process and why we should do things in order, as well as many of the questions we should ask along the way. This first series is based

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  • 10:35 Software Engineering: Crash Course Computer Science #16

    Software Engineering: Crash Course Computer Science #16

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    Today, we’re going to talk about how HUGE programs with millions of lines of code like Microsoft Office are built. Programs like these are way too complicated for a single person, but instead require teams of programmers using the tools and best practices

  • 03:18 Popular Engineering Games: Crash Course Kids #29.2

    Engineering Games: Crash Course Kids #29.2

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    So how can a game teach us about engineering? Pretty easily! When you're trying to solve a game, or a puzzle, or whatever, you will have a bunch of variables. The trick is knowing how to change one variable at a time to see what changes. In this episode o

  • 10:10 Skyscrapers, Statics, & Dynamics: Crash Course Engineering #26

    Skyscrapers, Statics, & Dynamics: Crash Course Engineering #26

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    What if you were on a high floor of a skyscraper and the building started swaying? Today well explore statics and dynamics, and what they mean for the structures we design. We look at the idea of static equilibrium, forces, and torques, and how free body

  • 10:06 The Law of Conservation: Crash Course Engineering #7

    The Law of Conservation: Crash Course Engineering #7

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    Today Shini explains the law of conservation, beginning with simple, steady-state systems. Well discuss conversion and yield, accumulation, and how generation and consumption can affect how much accumulation there is in a system.This episode is sponsored

  • Metals & Ceramics: Crash Course Engineering #19

    Metals & Ceramics: Crash Course Engineering #19

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    Today well explore more about two of the three main types of materials that we use as engineers: metals and ceramics. Well discuss properties of metals, alloys, ceramics, clay, cement, and glass-ceramic materials. Well also look at the applications of our

  • 10:16 Why Moving People is Complicated: Crash Course Engineering #41

    Why Moving People is Complicated: Crash Course Engineering #41

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    Transportation is a big part of our world and engineers play a big role in making it happen. Today well explore how transportation systems are designed and some things transportation engineers have to take into consideration, like signaling, user behavior

  • 11:16 Mass Separation: Crash Course Engineering #17

    Mass Separation: Crash Course Engineering #17

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    It can be really important to separate out chemicals for all kinds of reasons. Today were going over three different processes engineers use to achieve that separation: distillation, which separates substances based on their different boiling points; liqu

  • 10:39 Silicon, Semiconductors, & Solar Cells: Crash Course Engineering #22

    Silicon, Semiconductors, & Solar Cells: Crash Course Engineering #22

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    Today were looking at silicon, and how introducing small amounts of other elements allow silicon layers to conduct currents, turning them into semiconductors. Well explore how putting two different types N and P semiconductors together gives us electrical

  • 05:16 One of the most epic engineering feats in history - Alex Gendler

    One of the most epic engineering feats in history - Alex Gendler

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    Dig into the history of the construction of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge and how John Roebling designed a hybrid suspension system to build it. --In the mid-19th century, suspension bridges were collapsing all across Europe. Their industrial cables frayed a

  • 09:10 Stress, Strain & Quicksand: Crash Course Engineering #12

    Stress, Strain & Quicksand: Crash Course Engineering #12

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    Today were talking all about fluid mechanics! Well look at different scales that we work with as engineers, mass and energy transfers, the no-slip condition, stress and strain, Newtons law of viscosity, Reynolds number, and more!Crash Course Engineering i

  • 08:51 The Mighty Power of Nanomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #23

    The Mighty Power of Nanomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #23

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    Just how small are nanomaterials? And what can we do with stuff that small? Today well discuss some special properties of nanomaterials, how some can change at different sizes, and the difference between engineered nanomaterials and ones that occur natura

  • 05:14 This Is the Engineering You’d Need to Cross the Pacific Ocean | The Swim

    This Is the Engineering You’d Need to Cross the Pacific Ocean | The Swim

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    The secrets to converting a twenty-meter racing yacht into a vessel seaworthy of a historic voyage? Reverse osmosis and fiberglass batteries, of course. Could the Biggest Ocean Recording Ever Made Redefine Marine Science? - https://youtu.be/-GWVmk-U-kk Fo

  • 16:04 Popular Genetic Engineering Will Change Everything Forever – CRISPR

    Genetic Engineering Will Change Everything Forever – CRISPR

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    Designer babies, the end of diseases, genetically modified humans that never age. Outrageous things that used to be science fiction are suddenly becoming reality. The only thing we know for sure is that things will change irreversibly. Support us on Patre

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  • 10:12 How to Engineer Health - Drug Discovery & Delivery: Crash Course Engineering #36

    How to Engineer Health - Drug Discovery & Delivery: Crash Course Engineering #36

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    Engineers are problem solvers, and our own health is full of problems to be engineered. In this episode we discuss drug discovery and drug delivery. Well explore everything from classical and reverse pharmacology to the new field of synthetic biology. Wel

  • 05:24 Engineering the Perfect Pop

    Engineering the Perfect Pop

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    Using scissors, tape, and reams of creativity, Matthew Reinhart engineers paper to bend, fold, and transform into fantastic creatures, structures and locales. By adjusting the angles of folds and the depth of layers, Reinhart animates his subjects to tell

  • 04:13 Without These Engineering Tricks Spacecraft Would Die Out There

    Without These Engineering Tricks Spacecraft Would Die Out There

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    Space is an extreme environment. With the severe temperatures, endless debris, and harsh radiation, how do spacecraft survive? Is There Space for 12,000 More Satellites Up There? - https://youtu.be/BMoH_zr2y8A For more epic stories of innovation that shap

  • 02:02 Engineering the Most Annoying Sound Ever

    Engineering the Most Annoying Sound Ever

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    Alarms come in many forms; from the gentle ping of a text message notification to the wake-up wail of a bedside clock, these sounds are a part of our lives. That's why an alarm that could actually save your life needs to be so attention-grabbing—and inten

  • 05:22 Reverse Engineering Europa

    Reverse Engineering Europa

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    http:/www.sciencefriday.comIt could be at least 15 years before NASA lands a mission on Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, to search for signs of life beneath its icy crust. In the mean time, a team led by astrobiologist Kevin Hand of NASA's Jet Propulsion L

  • 07:58 Unit Vectors and Engineering Notation

    Unit Vectors and Engineering Notation

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    Using unit vectors to represent the components of a vector More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=2QjdcVTgTTA

  • 04:05 Teenage engineering OP1 - Live looping  [Thoj]

    Teenage engineering OP1 - Live looping [Thoj]

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    Hope you will enjoy my first live with the OP-1 Listen to the final version: https://soundcloud.com/thojj/thoj-with-you Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thoj.music/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/__thoj__/ :)

  • 03:39 How Can We Make The Perfect City? ft. Real Engineering

    How Can We Make The Perfect City? ft. Real Engineering

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    Could we create the perfect city? Let's find out! Watch more: Why Planes Crash ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ_jGGD-DX8 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubLifeNoggin | Get your exclusive Life Noggin merch: http://keeponthinking.co Support Life Noggin on P

  • 04:19 Bringing a fossil to life: Reverse engineering locomotion

    Bringing a fossil to life: Reverse engineering locomotion

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    You can tell a lot about an animal from the way it moves, which is why scientists have been recreating the movements of an extinct crocodile-like creature called Orobates pabsti. Orobates lived well before the time of the dinosaurs and is what’s cal

  • 04:27 SpaceX Falcon Heavy- Elon Musk's Engineering Masterpiece

    SpaceX Falcon Heavy- Elon Musk's Engineering Masterpiece

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    Tens of thousands of spectators made the pilgrimage from across the country & 22 million people around the world on Youtube witnessed the thunderous roar of the SpaceX's new 23-story-tall jumbo rocket as it has blasted off on its first test flight, ca

  • 01:53 Plants can grow their own glow-in-the-dark cotton, no genetic engineering required

    Plants can grow their own glow-in-the-dark cotton, no genetic engineering required

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    Method could pave the way for new smart clothing. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2xBTrgl Read the research ($): http://scim.ag/2xB3L8f

  • 02:00 Paper and string: the DIY centrifuge

    Paper and string: the DIY centrifuge

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    A centrifuge is a vital piece of kit for hospitals and labs across the world. But what if you could make one out of paper and string? The so-called ‘paperfuge’ is the cheapest and fastest hand-spun centrifuge ever designed — and it can reach speeds of up

  • 02:06 How to get conductive gels to stick when wet

    How to get conductive gels to stick when wet

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    A team of engineers at MIT has developed a new way of making polymers adhere to surfaces even with the introduction of moisture, that may enable better biomedical sensors and implants. (Read more: http://news.mit.edu/2020/conductive-gels-stick-wet-0320)Wa

  • 02:24 Magnetic shape-shifters

    Magnetic shape-shifters

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    MIT engineers have created soft, magnetic 3-D-printed structures that can transform their shape almost instantaneously by the wave of a magnet. The structures are flexible, yet strong and could be used to develop remotely controlled biomedical devices. (L

  • 04:07 Solve Problems: Be An Engineer!

    Solve Problems: Be An Engineer!

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    Learn about engineers, who dream up a lot of the things you use every day, from toys to tools! ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome produc

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  • 01:51 Here's How Massive Icebreaker Ships Plow Through Frozen Seas

    Here's How Massive Icebreaker Ships Plow Through Frozen Seas

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c These specialized ships help create paths by pushing into ice pockets. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossible! http://w

  • 01:33 This Brilliant Experiment Shows How Fiber Optic Cables Bend Light

    This Brilliant Experiment Shows How Fiber Optic Cables Bend Light

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Special chemicals give even water what looks like magical properties. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossible! http://ww

  • 02:43 The Eden Project Houses Multiple Ecosystems In These Incredible Geodesic Domes

    The Eden Project Houses Multiple Ecosystems In These Incredible Geodesic Domes

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Located in Cornwall, England, these biomes are home to many diverse climates and environments. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of

  • 03:01 Here's How Engineers Used Ancient Techniques To Protect Tokyo's Skytree From Earthquakes

    Here's How Engineers Used Ancient Techniques To Protect Tokyo's Skytree From Earthquakes

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Oil dampers, modeled on the ones on NASA's launch towers, allow the Skytree to sway instead of collapse. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering

  • 01:05 Do You Know All Of These Facts About the International Space Station?

    Do You Know All Of These Facts About the International Space Station?

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Learn how the ISS can help us explore and colonize the solar system. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossible! http://www

  • 05:07 Jessi Has a Problem!

    Jessi Has a Problem!

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    Do you like using your imagination to build things that solve problems? If you do, you're thinking like an engineer! Learn how engineers identify and solve problems, then help Jessi with a big problem of her own! ---------- Love SciShow Kids and want to h

  • 01:34 Why Don't Roller Coasters Fly Off the Tracks?

    Why Don't Roller Coasters Fly Off the Tracks?

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Upstop wheels apply friction under the tracks to prevent roller coasters from derailing during zero-G drops and turns. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossib

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  • 02:49 Here's The Chemical Compound You Can Thank For Billiard Balls And False Teeth

    Here's The Chemical Compound You Can Thank For Billiard Balls And False Teeth

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c Billiard balls were originally made of ivory, but the endangerment of elephants led to the creation of a $10,000 prize to find an alternative material. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://

  • 03:18 See How Innovative Sound Mirrors Helped Detect Enemy Aircraft

    See How Innovative Sound Mirrors Helped Detect Enemy Aircraft

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    Impossible Engineering | New Season TONIGHT at 9/8c Sound mirrors are enormous devices used to reflect and focus sound waves. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/impossible-engineering/ More of the Impossib

  • 06:42 The Physics of Falling Back in your Chair

    The Physics of Falling Back in your Chair

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    Engineering statics (or the study of objects at rest) is a fundamental part of most engineering curricula. It's broadly applicable not only to engineers, but anyone who has anything that needs to stay put. Thank you for watching, and let me know what you

  • 01:56 This Giant Telescope Receives Radio Waves From Billions Of Light Years Away

    This Giant Telescope Receives Radio Waves From Billions Of Light Years Away

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    Impossible Engineering | Thursdays at 9/8c The five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope, or FAST, is a radio telescope located in the Dawodang depression in China. It's the largest in the world. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science Channel

  • 03:25 3D printing with living organisms

    3D printing with living organisms

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    A method for printing 3D objects that can control living organisms in predicable ways has been developed by an interdisciplinary team of researchers at MIT and elsewhere. This technique may lead to 3D printing of biomedical tools that can be customized to

  • 04:43 Immune System - Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection

    Immune System - Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection

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    'Fighting Infection by Clonal Selection' was created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Burnet's Clonal Selection Theory. The animation shows how clonal selection works during a bacterial infection of the throat. Frank Macfarlane Burnet was awarded th

  • 01:33 These YouTube Engineers Built An 'Underwater Iron Man Jetpack'

    These YouTube Engineers Built An 'Underwater Iron Man Jetpack'

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    This is the "Underwater Iron Man Jetpack" and it was built by Eclectical Engineering. They say that strapping electric motors to yourself can make you swim faster than Michael Phelps. Here's how they did it. They created a watertight seal for the jetpack'

  • 07:42 Magnetic Micro-Robots

    Magnetic Micro-Robots

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    Tiny robots activated by magnetic fields may be used in future biomedical procedures. Start listening to Audible with a 30-day trial and your first audiobook, plus two Audible Originals free when you go to http://audible.com/veritasium or text veritasium

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  • 02:50 How Do Bridges Withstand High Winds?

    How Do Bridges Withstand High Winds?

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    The Severn Bridge is one of Britain’s most iconic engineering marvels. Its key to combating high winds is its unique bridge deck shape. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engineering/ 5 Incre

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  • 02:39 Constructing The Shard Mega Tower

    Constructing The Shard Mega Tower

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    The Shard skyscraper in London is taller than the Eiffel Tower. The Shard imposes itself on the London skyline as a marvel of structural engineering. In order to construct this beastly building, engineers used a giant slipform rig. #ImpossibleEngineering

  • 08:24 Citicorp Center | NYC skyscraper saved by a students question

    Citicorp Center | NYC skyscraper saved by a students question

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    The Citicorp Center repair is a classic engineering case study of how mistakes must be avoided in engineering and construction of public works. A skyscraper in New York City needed a unique structural system. While reviewing the design a student asked a q

  • 08:37 Body Code

    Body Code

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    Body Code is a selection of biomedical animations that explore the human body at the microscopic and molecular scale. Body Code was designed for museum and art gallery exhibition, with the goal of reaching public audiences who do not usually seek out or a

  • 26:14 Technology Inspired by Nature – AMNH SciCafe

    Technology Inspired by Nature – AMNH SciCafe

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    What does a carnivorous plant have in common with the design for a water-saving toilet? What about a hungry cell with surgical equipment? It may be surprising to learn that engineers still turn to the natural world for inspiration. For Tak-Sing Wong, a pr

  • 11:50 Carbon Fiber - The Material Of The Future?

    Carbon Fiber - The Material Of The Future?

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    Get 10% off Squarespace by following this link: http://squarespace.com/realengineering Get your Real Engineering shirts at: https://store.dftba.com/collections/real-engineering A huge thank you to Éire Composites for giving me some sample materials to sho

  • 05:26 Mr Olds Remarkable Elevator

    Mr Olds Remarkable Elevator

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    Olds Engineering, a traditional workshop and foundry, sits in Maryborough, Australia. It's not the sort of place you'd expect to find a new industrial invention in the 21st century: and yet the Olds Elevator, patented by Peter Olds, is just that. More abo

  • 01:36 This expanding house is ready in 10 minutes

    This expanding house is ready in 10 minutes

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    Ten Fold Engineering, a UK-based company, has built an expandable-house prototype. The unit can be trucked to any location and set up in minutes. Video courtesy of Ten Fold Engineering. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.f

  • 01:03 A tiny shape-shifting robot might someday be in your body

    A tiny shape-shifting robot might someday be in your body

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    A group of engineers at MIT have developed tiny magnetic robots that could one day be used as biomedical devices inside humans. The robots were designed to be flexible, yet strong and built with a 3D printer using special magnetic ink. The robot can crawl

  • 09:59 How Electricity Generation Really Works

    How Electricity Generation Really Works

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    Continuing the series on the power grid by diving deeper into the engineering of large-scale electricity generation. Get $80 off your first month of Hello Fresh (with code Practical80): https://bit.ly/2VGUxzl The importance of electricity in our modern wo

  • 09:37 Ideal Circuit Elements And Sources

    Ideal Circuit Elements And Sources

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    Circuit Analysis | Electrical engineering | Khan Academy

  • 14:44 Bill Gates-Backed Carbon Capture Plant Does The Work Of 40 Million Trees

    Bill Gates-Backed Carbon Capture Plant Does The Work Of 40 Million Trees

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    In Squamish, British Columbia, there’s a company that wants to stop climate change by sucking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. It’s called Carbon Engineering, and it uses a combination of giant fans and complex chemical processes to remov

  • 01:56 Flying Robots Can Conserve Energy By Perching

    Flying Robots Can Conserve Energy By Perching

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    Perching saves energy but sticking the landing has been a tough engineering problem.

  • 15:09 The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn

    The Super Mario Effect - Tricking Your Brain into Learning More | Mark Rober | TEDxPenn

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    When 50,000 of Mark Rober's 3 million YouTube subscribers participated in a basic coding challenge, the data all pointed to what Rober has dubbed the Super Mario Effect. The YouTube star and former NASA engineer describes how this data-backed mindset for

  • 03:26 An incredible ancient mousetrap

    An incredible ancient mousetrap

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    Whoever built this engineering marvel was pretty clever but, as Rob shows, the mice were probably even smarter as you don't see these things around today.

  • 02:49 Why Do Wind Turbines Have Three Blades?

    Why Do Wind Turbines Have Three Blades?

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    There is a lot more to this subject than I have covered in this video, this is just the basics. I have used the Wind Turbine Handbook as my primary reference material, it covers pretty much everything you need to know about wind turbines. If you are study

  • 04:28 Bone - Nature's Fibreglass

    Bone - Nature's Fibreglass

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    We largely take our bones for granted but, as Rob explains, they are miracles of engineering, and predate fibreglass by many millions of years in combining hardness and flexibility.

  • 16:53 Biologist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty - CRISPR | WIRED

    Biologist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty - CRISPR | WIRED

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    CRISPR is a new area of biomedical science that enables gene editing and could be the key to eventually curing diseases like autism or cancer. WIRED has challenged biologist Neville Sanjana to explain this concept to 5 different people; a 7 year-old, a 14

  • 03:20 Maddi Jane - Just The Way You Are (Bruno Mars)

    Maddi Jane - Just The Way You Are (Bruno Mars)

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    Get Maddi's new original single "Only Gets Better" -- http://radi.al/OnlyGetsBetter Pre-Order Maddi's EP -- http://radi.al/MaddiJaneEP Vote for Maddi Jane as iHeart Radio's #RisingStar -- http://radi.al/Vote4Maddi http://tinyurl.com/barricade-itunes - Dow

  • 05:31 Drones vs Lightning

    Drones vs Lightning

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    At the University of Manchester's High Voltage Laboratory, we see what happens when a DJI Phantom 3 drone gets hit with an electrical impulse of 1.4MV - basically, a lightning strike. Actually, two Phantom 3 drones. We had a backup. Thanks to the team at

  • 04:02 How Does This Hoverboard Work?

    How Does This Hoverboard Work?

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    Lexus recently came out with a video showing off their new hoverboard but how does it all work? Hyperloop vs. High Speed Rail ►►►► http://dne.ws/1gPSMM9 Read More: Here's How the Lexus Hoverboard Actually Works http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-

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  • 03:53 How Supercapacitors Could Make Batteries a Thing of the Past

    How Supercapacitors Could Make Batteries a Thing of the Past

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    An accidental breakthrough in supercapacitor technology could finally make them more efficient than batteries! Here’s how it could lead to a brighter energy future. These Squishy Batteries Are Made Out of Water, Here’s How They Work - https://youtu.be/3BZ

  • 06:16 The Phenomenon of the Missing Fundamental

    The Phenomenon of the Missing Fundamental

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    Why do some higher frequencies sound like they have lower pitch than lower frequency sounds? Engineer and music lover Shaun Fitzgerald explores the phenomenon of the missing fundamental.Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibeShaun

  • 59:35 Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 2: "Tweedledum and Tweedledee"

    Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 2: "Tweedledum and Tweedledee"

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    Professor Eric Laithwaite presents his second televised series of CHRISTMAS LECTURES exploring the world of engineering.A sequel to his 1966 series, 'The Engineer in Wonderland', Laithwaite was the first person to present two series of Lectures on nationa

  • 02:31 Stanford engineers build a one-of-a-kind wind tunnel for birds and drones

    Stanford engineers build a one-of-a-kind wind tunnel for birds and drones

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    Stanford engineering professor David Lentink plans to use a new wind tunnel to learn the magic of bird flight and apply it to building better aerial robots. For more info: http://stanford.io/1SoQ9we

  • 02:17 A light rain can spread soil bacteria far and wide

    A light rain can spread soil bacteria far and wide

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    Using high-resolution imaging, researchers from MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering observed the effect of raindrops falling on dry soil laden with bacteria. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2017/light-rain-spread-soil-bacteria-0307) Watch more vid

  • 08:03 How A Wind Up Music Box Works

    How A Wind Up Music Box Works

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    Bill reveals the engineering inside a toy music box. He describes how the comb is mass manufactured, details the spring, gears and governor that drive the box, and shares some history of early music boxes. Outtakes are included at the end of the video.

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  • 04:11 What Is CRISPR & How Could It Edit Your DNA?

    What Is CRISPR & How Could It Edit Your DNA?

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    Gene-editing tool CRISPR is everywhere in the news, but what is it and could it eliminate disease? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Should We Make Designer Babies? ►►►►http://bit.ly/1WbDT5s Read More: CRISPR: A game-chan

  • 04:03 Anti-Gravity Wheel Explained

    Anti-Gravity Wheel Explained

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    It's a little shaky but if you average out the oscillations I think the result is clear. Again, huge thank you's to A/Prof Emeritus Rod Cross, Helen Georgiou, Alex Yeung, and Chris Stewart, Tom Gordon, the University of Sydney Mechanical Engineering shop,

  • 01:21 MIT Robot Learns How to Play Jenga

    MIT Robot Learns How to Play Jenga

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    Using machine-learning and sensory hardware, Alberto Rodriguez, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and members of MIT's MCube lab have developed a robot that is learning how to play the game Jenga®. The technology could be used in robots f

  • 04:38 The MIT Intelligence Quest

    The MIT Intelligence Quest

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    The MIT Intelligence Quest seeks to discover the foundations of human and machine intelligence and drive the development of technological tools that can positively influence society. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2018/mit-launches-intelligence-quest-02

  • 04:33 Popular Wintergatan - Marble Machine (music instrument using 2000 marbles)

    Wintergatan - Marble Machine (music instrument using 2000 marbles)

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    Marble Machine built and composed by Martin Molin. An incredible display of mechanical engineering to produce what sounds like a modern day high-tech synthesizer. Video filmed and edited by Hannes Knutsson Costume by Angelique Nagtegaal www.wintergatan.ne

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  • 03:11 360 Slow Motion

    360 Slow Motion

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    Flying through space and time using the new high speed camera by https://www.slomocamco.com Use coupon code: MACROROOM for 5% off Engineering by : Night Inventor https://goo.gl/qqe5rL Sound Design & Music by: Simply Sonic Studios https://www.simplyson

  • 02:52 NERF Blaster:  Air Restriction Mechanism

    NERF Blaster: Air Restriction Mechanism

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    Bill reveals the engineering design of a NERF blaster, including how it shoots only one dart at a time using a novel air restriction mechanism. Links mentioned int he video View Steve's original video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4he8Pfywd0 You can

  • 04:47 How to Warm Dinner Plates  Is the Microwave Safe?

    How to Warm Dinner Plates Is the Microwave Safe?

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    Warm plates keep food hot, and can even reheat food that needs it, like slices of well-rested meat. But what's the best way to heat an empty plate at home? The oven, hot running water and the microwave are all options — but MIT engineering and mater

  • 05:20 Why Is Mixing Prescription Drugs Deadly?

    Why Is Mixing Prescription Drugs Deadly?

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    Many people have to take a bunch of prescription drugs, but how do doctors test drugs interactions to keep them from killing you? Is It Unsafe To Take Expired Medicine? ►►►► http://dne.ws/1HHP4Qz Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://dne.ws

  • 03:08 Making Medallions at MIT

    Making Medallions at MIT

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    Each year, the Department of Materials Science and Engineering gives its graduating students a bronze medallion of the MIT seal. These medallions are entirely prepared, cast, and finished by students in the Merton C. Flemings Materials Processing Laborato

  • 10:01 Design Your Own Space Elevator

    Design Your Own Space Elevator

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    Join the National Marrow Donation Program: http://join.marrow.org/practical Trying sometime a little different this time - animation. Thanks to my friend, James, for the idea. Diving into the "meat and potatoes" of engineering this literal stairway to the

  • 03:15 He Jiankui and the World's First Gene-edited Babies

    He Jiankui and the World's First Gene-edited Babies

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    Tune in and join the conversation during the premiere of "CRISPR in Context: The New World of Human Genetic Engineering" on Friday, October 25th at 8pm EST.PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONIts happened. The first children genetically engineered with the powerful DNA-ed

  • 01:35 A Brief History of Gene Editing

    A Brief History of Gene Editing

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    Tune in and join the conversation during the premiere of "CRISPR in Context: The New World of Human Genetic Engineering" on Friday, October 25th at 8pm EST.PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONIts happened. The first children genetically engineered with the powerful DNA-ed

  • 12:21 The Real Flying Saucer

    The Real Flying Saucer

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    Get a 30-day trial, 1 Audiobook, and 2 Audible Original for free at http://Audible.com/realengineeringOr, text, "realengineering" to 500 500New streaming platform: https://watchnebula.com/Vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3027v8KjpaDtD

  • 05:14 How to never have a serious poison ivy rash again

    How to never have a serious poison ivy rash again

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    Urushiol oil in poison sumac, poison oak, and poison ivy may produce a severe skin rash. Timely urushiol removal can prevent poison ivy skin reaction. The key is to understand how poison ivy works. http://www.extremedeerhabitat.com/habitat-blog Jim Brauke

  • 00:26 Shoe Tying Robot

    Shoe Tying Robot

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    Automated shoe tying machine made by mechanical engineering students from the University of California, Davis. Team: Andrew Choi Gabriela Gomes Jacklyn Tran Stephanie Thai Joel Humes The machine was made with the limitations of using only two motors as we

  • 07:15 Why The Netherlands Isn't Under Water

    Why The Netherlands Isn't Under Water

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    The first 500 people to use this link will get a 2 month free trial of skillshare: http://skl.sh/realengineering4 Listen to our new podcast at: Showmakers YouTube channel at: https://goo.gl/Ks1WMp Itunes: https://itun.es/us/YGA_ib.c RSS and Libsyn Audio i

  • 09:39 A Plane You Can Drive - Anna Mracek Dietrich

    A Plane You Can Drive - Anna Mracek Dietrich

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    A flying car -- it's an iconic image of the future. But after 100 years of flight and automotive engineering, no one has really cracked the problem. Pilot Anna Mracek Dietrich and her team flipped the question, asking: Why not build a plane that you can d

  • 10:24 Are Electric Planes Possible?

    Are Electric Planes Possible?

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    Be one of the first 73 people to sign up with this link and get 20% off your subscription with Brilliant.org! https://brilliant.org/realengineering/ New vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3027v8KjpaDtDx-g Credits: Narrator/Director: Bri

  • 06:53 NASA's 150 Million Dollar Coding Error

    NASA's 150 Million Dollar Coding Error

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    Be one of the first 73 people to sign up with this link and get 20% off your subscription with Brilliant.org! https://brilliant.org/realengineering/ New vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3027v8KjpaDtDx-g Credits: Narrator/Director: Bri

  • 09:23 How NASA Reinvented The Wheel - Shape Memory Alloys

    How NASA Reinvented The Wheel - Shape Memory Alloys

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    Learn more about the design competition here: https://Youtu.be/-jo84Ul8fEo This video was made in collaboration with Royal Air Force Engineering New vlog channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMet4qY3027v8KjpaDtDx-g Credits: Narrator/Director: Brian M

  • 08:29 New How robots made this food commercial look effortless

    How robots made this food commercial look effortless

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    Creating the perfect food commercial isnt just a matter of great styling and a mouth-watering dish. Sometimes, you need a robot.Steve Giralt is a visual engineer. Check out his Instagram for more:https://www.instagram.com/stevegiralt/?hl=enOr explore his

  • 07:29 Decoding the Secret Signals of Glow-in-the-Dark Sea Creatures

    Decoding the Secret Signals of Glow-in-the-Dark Sea Creatures

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    When these divers accidentally uncovered an enormous world of neon nightlife underwater, the only logical next step was to engineer a way to see like a shark. Everything It Takes to Explore Beneath Polar Ice Caps - https://youtu.be/f4kVgWDxBMc Read More D

  • 05:50 Thermodynamics - Explaining the Triple Point

    Thermodynamics - Explaining the Triple Point

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    This experiment demonstrates the triple point of a substance. Watch how water behaves at the triple point where it co-exists in solid, liquid and vapour form. There is also a short description of where the triple point lies on a P-T-diagram. Created by me

  • 01:17 Unconventional Reverse Membrane Filter Allows Larger Objects And Keeps Smaller Ones Out

    Unconventional Reverse Membrane Filter Allows Larger Objects And Keeps Smaller Ones Out

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    A self-healing membrane that acts as a reverse filter, blocking small particles and letting large ones through, is the "straight out of science fiction" work of a team of Penn State mechanical engineers. Credit: Birgitt Boschitsch, Penn State College of E

  • 04:37 Metal Vs. Bacteria

    Metal Vs. Bacteria

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    Even before we knew what bacteria were capable of, we were using certain metals to help fight off their effects.. Hank Green explains how on this episode of SciShow. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters

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  • 09:00 How Dangerous Is Ebola Still Today?

    How Dangerous Is Ebola Still Today?

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    Sign up for Brilliant for free at http://Brilliant.org/reallifelore The first 200 people to use that link will also get 20% off a premium subscription This video was filmed on-location in Rwanda along with Sam from Wendover Productions and Brian from Real

  • 02:46 NASA-funded inflatable robots are safe in space, and in homes

    NASA-funded inflatable robots are safe in space, and in homes

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    Working with a grant from NASA, BYU engineers (led by mechanical engineering professor Marc Killpack) are programming inflatable robots so that they can be used in everything from space research to home care. Because they are inflatable, these robots -- l

  • 07:24 One-Touch Healing Device -- Mind Blow #113

    One-Touch Healing Device -- Mind Blow #113

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    Watch my newest video, "The Game You Win By Losing (Parrondo's Paradox)": https://youtu.be/PpvboBJEozMRead The Goalkeepers Report: http://gates.ly/2fb6CNHSpecial thanks to The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for supporting this episode.Mind Blow features

  • 12:09 What is nougat, and why is it in every candy bar?

    What is nougat, and why is it in every candy bar?

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    Thanks to HelloFresh for sponsoring this video! Use code ADAMRAGUSEA60 to get $60 off with purchase, including free shipping on your first box: https://bit.ly/3bMiahK Go to HelloFresh.com for more details.Dr. Richard Hartel, professor of food engineering

  • 00:30 Humvee with reconfigurable wheel-track DARPA GXV-T

    Humvee with reconfigurable wheel-track DARPA GXV-T

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    Humvee with reconfigurable wheel and track. A team from Carnegie Mellon University National Robotics Engineering Center (CMU NREC) demonstrated shape-shifting wheel-track mechanisms that transition from a round wheel to a triangular track and back again w

  • 05:08 How Snapchat's Filters Work

    How Snapchat's Filters Work

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    The engineering behind Snapchat's augmented-reality selfies. /// Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http

  • 06:12 Shanghai's Transrapid Maglev Guideway

    Shanghai's Transrapid Maglev Guideway

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    The innovative Maglev train can move up to 431 kilometers/267 miles per hour using magnetic levitation. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engineering/ Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bi

  • 02:07 5 Incredible Facts About The Orion Spacecraft

    5 Incredible Facts About The Orion Spacecraft

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    NASA's Orion Spacecraft will travel farther than any other crew exploration vehicle in history. Its destination: Mars. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engineering/ Subscribe to Science Cha

  • 02:12 Secret Of The Pagoda's Earthquake Resistant Design

    Secret Of The Pagoda's Earthquake Resistant Design

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    Built with many flexible joints, some pagodas have stood for hundreds of years in the world's most active earthquake zones. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engineering/ Subscribe to Scienc

  • 01:39 Robots learn to use their hands

    Robots learn to use their hands

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    Having robots learn dexterous tasks requiring real-time hand-eye coordination is hard. Many tasks that we would consider simple, like hanging up a baseball cap on a rack, would be very challenging for most robot software. What's more, for a robot to learn

  • 04:19 These Tiny Satellites Could Take on NASA’s Riskiest Missions

    These Tiny Satellites Could Take on NASA’s Riskiest Missions

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    Speaking of Chemistry set a course for JPL to learn about NASA’s plans for cubesats, little satellites with interplanetary aspirations. Not a subscriber? Make it so: http://bit.ly/ACSReactions ↓↓Full description and references below↓↓ Andy Klesh of the Je

  • 02:12 Meet The First Submarine Used In Combat

    Meet The First Submarine Used In Combat

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    The "Turtle" was the first submersible used in underwater combat. Even though it wasn’t completely successful, it did set the precedent for submersible combat. Subscribe to Science Channel: http://bit.ly/SubscribeScience #ImpossibleEngineering http://www.

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  • 03:02 World's Smallest Car | How It's Made

    World's Smallest Car | How It's Made

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    The Peel P50 is a three-wheeled microcar originally manufactured from 1962 to 1965 by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It recently sold for $176,000! #HowItsMade Mondays 9/8c on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/how-its-made/

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  • 09:06 Hydrogen - the Fuel of the Future?

    Hydrogen - the Fuel of the Future?

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  • 03:01 How Does PTFE Make Things Slippery?

    How Does PTFE Make Things Slippery?

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    Polytetrafluoroethylene, also known as PTFE, is the non-stick coating used on pans. This demonstration shows how PTFE can help reduce friction. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.sciencechannel.com/tv-shows/impossible-engineering/

  • 1:01:45 Information, Evolution, And Intelligent Design - With Daniel Dennett

    Information, Evolution, And Intelligent Design - With Daniel Dennett

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    Daniel Dennett explores the first steps towards a unified theory of information, through common threads in the convergence of evolution, learning, and engineering. Subscribe for regular science talks: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibe The concept of information i

  • 03:01 Nikola Tesla Harnessed The Power Of Niagara Falls

    Nikola Tesla Harnessed The Power Of Niagara Falls

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    150 gallons per second pour over the top of Niagara Falls. As the water crashes over the top, all the potential energy is converted into kinetic energy and comes down with tremendous force. #ImpossibleEngineering Wednesdays 9/8 on Science http://www.scien

  • 04:43 How Scientists Manipulate Research With P-Value

    How Scientists Manipulate Research With P-Value

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    Numbers don’t lie, right? Or are scientists intentionally using statistics to mislead us? Top 5 Things Wrong With Science ►►►►http://bit.ly/1pILTAB Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Read More: The ASA's statement on p-val

  • 04:05 Why Are Airplane Wings Angled Backwards??

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  • 02:39 Incredible Suit Enables Submarine Escapes

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  • 04:07 How This Invention Could Save Natural Disaster Victims

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  • 08:10 How Close Are We to Living in the Ocean?

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  • 03:37 The exceptional life of Benjamin Banneker - Rose-Margaret Ekeng-Itua

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  • 02:50 The Most Powerful Rocket Ever Built

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  • 04:37 Group Theory 101: How To Play A Rubik’s Cube Like A Piano - Michael Staff

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    The Ingenious Design of the Aluminum Beverage Can

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  • 11:39 The Ingenious Design of the Aluminum Beverage Can

    The Ingenious Design of the Aluminum Beverage Can

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  • 03:24 The History Behind Ctrl+Alt+Del

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