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  • 00:44 Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

    Count By Category | Counting | Early Math | Khan Academy

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    Learn to count the number of things in different categories. Practice this lesson yourself on KhanAcademy.org right now: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-counting-topic/cc-early-math-comparing-numbers/e/sort-groups-by-count?utm_so

  • 08:36 These Engineers Want to 3D Print an Entire Rocket in 60 Days

    These Engineers Want to 3D Print an Entire Rocket in 60 Days

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    This team of engineers is using one of the world's largest 3D metal printers to build rockets, and it could shake up the space industry as we know it.Watch more Focal Point! | https://bit.ly/2WwOqyh Read More:Aerospace startup making 3D-printed rockets no

  • 03:05 Japan engineers create robot that transforms into car with men on-board

    Japan engineers create robot that transforms into car with men on-board

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    Japanese engineers unveiled on Wednesday (April 25) a robot that transforms into a car that can actually carry people on board, in what they said was the first-ever such accomplishment in the history of robots. The 3.7-metre (12.1-feet)-tall two-seater ro

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  • 04:21 How NASA Engineers Use Origami To Design Future Spacecraft

    How NASA Engineers Use Origami To Design Future Spacecraft

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    NASA is using origami to build a giant star blocker, in hopes of imaging distant worlds. This Neurobiologist Swims With Great White Sharks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJroGTmcyIQ&t=29s Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/DNewsChannel Read More: Wh

  • 04:06 Why Engineers Turned to Origami to Create Reality-Bending Metamaterials

    Why Engineers Turned to Origami to Create Reality-Bending Metamaterials

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    University of Washington researchers have developed a novel solution to help reduce impact forces for potential applications in spacecraft, cars and beyond. And the new approach was inspired by origami. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker W

  • 03:33 Engineers Made Fake DNA To Fix Genetic Disorders

    Engineers Made Fake DNA To Fix Genetic Disorders

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    Can you alter DNA to cure blood diseases like thalassemia? Engineers look into peptide nucleic acid molecules to explore the possibilities! Animal Planet GO – http://smart.link/57ae190980d80 What is CRISPR & How Could It Edit Your DNA? - https://youtu.be/

  • 04:30 Engineers Created A New Bionic Arm That Can Grow With You

    Engineers Created A New Bionic Arm That Can Grow With You

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    Check out Daniel Melville’s 3D printing business here! https://www.handydans3dprints.com/ How Close Are We to Replacing Humans with Robots? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dA4I3PiDMz4 Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/DNewsChannel Read More: Open Bi

  • 06:29 These Sleep Engineers Could Help You Hack Your Dreams

    These Sleep Engineers Could Help You Hack Your Dreams

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    A group at MIT’s Media Lab known as the “Dream Team” thinks you can harness your unconscious mind with tech you can wear to bed. Is the Cure for Superbugs Hiding Deep Under the Earth? - https://youtu.be/wu6kc8KIGXs Read More This MIT Machine Captures The

  • 00:50 Blackest Black Material To Date | MIT Engineers

    Blackest Black Material To Date | MIT Engineers

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    This Is The New Blackest Material In The World, Even Blacker Than Vantablack! Built from carbon nanotubes, the material reportedly absorbs 99.995 of light, and its creators say it's 10 times blacker than any other existing material. #blackest #black #blac

  • 01:22 Engineers Have Already Built Vehicles to Drive on the Martian Surface

    Engineers Have Already Built Vehicles to Drive on the Martian Surface

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    Mars: The Secret Science | Mondays at 9/8c on Science Channel Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Science GO: https://www.sciencechannelgo.com/ Remember the dune buggy Apollo astronauts drove on the moon? Meet its upgraded, big brother! The Space Exploration

  • 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'

  • 04:01 Engineers Are Making Squishy, Bio-Inspired Robots, Here’s How They Work

    Engineers Are Making Squishy, Bio-Inspired Robots, Here’s How They Work

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    Scientists are looking to nature to inspire the next generation of robots. Here’s what they’ve come up with. Could the Biggest Ocean Recording Ever Made Redefine Marine Science? | The Swim - https://youtu.be/-GWVmk-U-kk Read More: Soft Robotics: Challenge

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  • 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

  • 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

  • 02:23 Stanford engineers design a robotic gripper for cleaning up space debris

    Stanford engineers design a robotic gripper for cleaning up space debris

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    Researchers combine gecko-inspired adhesives and a custom robotic gripper to create a device for grabbing space debris. They tested their gripper in multiple zero gravity settings, including the International Space Station. Music: "Airglow" by Stellardron

  • 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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  • 09:20 What do programmers actually do?

    What do programmers actually do?

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    I left a physics job to do software engineering. Was it worth it? What do software engineers actually do? Thank you to YouTube for sponsoring this video! http://yt.be/jobsforphysicsgirls Subscriber to physics girl: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_cen

  • 00:53 Robo-Bat Flaps Like the Real Thing

    Robo-Bat Flaps Like the Real Thing

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    Engineers simplified the complex bat wing to create a flapping robot capable of the same nimble flight.

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  • 06:11 Building a lunar base out of Moon dust

    Building a lunar base out of Moon dust

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    Welcome to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Here, engineers are dreaming up new technologies that will help build settlements on the Moon or Mars via NASA’s experimental “Swamp Works” lab. With everyone from NASA to Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos looking to send pe

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  • 07:14 Why sports sound better in your living room

    Why sports sound better in your living room

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    Audio engineers are the unsung heroes of the live sports broadcast. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO We don’t often think about audio when we watch sports on TV, but it’s a huge part of the experience. We spoke with several A1 audio engineer

  • 11:05 A Real Life Haptic Glove (Ready Player One Technology Today) - Smarter Every Day 190

    A Real Life Haptic Glove (Ready Player One Technology Today) - Smarter Every Day 190

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    http://www.audible.com/Smarter or text "Smarter" to 500-500 Click here to subscribe for next video: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED A huge thank you to HaptX Inc. for letting me visit! ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ I'm a huge fan of Ready Player One. Here's

  • 07:17 Why Bridges Move...

    Why Bridges Move...

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    ...and other musings on thermal movement of large civil works. This video is sponsored by Blue Apron. First 100 people to sign up will get $40 off their first two weeks of Blue Apron orders. Click here: http://cook.ba/2HO67T5 Most people have a certain in

  • 04:21 Why Do Soap Bubbles Have Rainbow Swirls?

    Why Do Soap Bubbles Have Rainbow Swirls?

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    Scientists have just found a way to get rid of the swirling rainbows in bubbles, but why is it important? What is the Marangoni effect? Why You're All Washing Your Hands Wrong! - http://bit.ly/2cRrV0B Sign Up For The Seeker Newsletter Here - http://bit.ly

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  • 02:00 What it's like to fly through Hurricane Florence

    What it's like to fly through Hurricane Florence

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    Experience what it's like to fly through a Category 4 hurricane in NOAA's WP-3D Hurricane Hunter. With Hurricane Florence's 130 MPH winds raging, you can literally feel the stillness in the storm's eye. Media NOAA/Nick Underwood For more hurricane science

  • 02:48 Stanford researchers develop vine-like, growing robot

    Stanford researchers develop vine-like, growing robot

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    Mechanical engineers at Stanford have developed a robot that grows like a vine. It’s ability to grow across distances without moving its whole body could be useful in search and rescue and medical applications. This research was funded by the National Sci

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  • 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

  • 02:46 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

  • 56:43 Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 1: "Looking Glass House"

    Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 1: "Looking Glass House"

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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

  • 03:04 Go Green, Go Driverless!

    Go Green, Go Driverless!

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    Would you get in a driverless car? Engineers think they could be safer and more efficient, but in this Nature Video we find out how they could be greener too. Great excuse to play with Lego! Read the paper in Nature Climate Change: http://nature.com/artic

  • 1:00:12 Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 4 "The Jabberwock"

    Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 4 "The Jabberwock"

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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

  • 02:08 Glowing plants provide light to read

    Glowing plants provide light to read

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    MIT engineers have been able to induce plants to give off a dim light for nearly four hours. And they believe that, with further optimization, such plants will one day be bright enough to illuminate an entire workspace. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/20

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  • 02:38 Drones help scientists study Guatemalan volcanoes

    Drones help scientists study Guatemalan volcanoes

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    A team of volcanologists and engineers from the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol has collected measurements from directly within volcanic clouds, together with visual and thermal images of inaccessible volcano peaks at Volcán de Fuego and Volc

  • 08:39 Why It's Impossible To Engineer Earthquake-Proof Buildings | We The Curious

    Why It's Impossible To Engineer Earthquake-Proof Buildings | We The Curious

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    What causes earthquakes? Why do buildings collapse? Can engineers design buildings that resist the forces beneath our feet? Ross Exton speaks to scientists and engineers to find out.From plants to prosthetics: the science of 3D printing https://youtu.be/H

  • 58:09 Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 3 "Jam Yesterday, Jam Tomorrow"

    Eric Laithwaite 1974 RI Christmas Lectures, Lecture 3 "Jam Yesterday, Jam Tomorrow"

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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

  • 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

  • 01:12 These Bags Make Perfect Grilled Cheese

    These Bags Make Perfect Grilled Cheese

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    Toaster Grilled Cheese Bags prevent your grilled cheese from burning. The INSIDER team believes that life is an adventure! Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: https://thisisinsider.com INSIDER on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisisinsider/ INS

  • 09:19 Top 5 Hurricane Irma Science Experiments 2017 DIY Hurricanes and Tornado!

    Top 5 Hurricane Irma Science Experiments 2017 DIY Hurricanes and Tornado!

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    Welcome back to Incredible Science. The forecast is calling for a category 5 hurricane.Today I'll show you some really awesome hurricane science experiments. With hurricane Harvey behind us and Hurricane Irma about to slam Florida it's a great time to lea

  • 10:03 Living with 1000s of Tumors (And Marrying a Man with the Same Condition)

    Living with 1000s of Tumors (And Marrying a Man with the Same Condition)

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    Gail has thousands of tumors due to a condition known as neurofibromatosis. She grew to love herself and was happy to live independently. Gail then met her husband, who lives with the same diagnosis, at age 50.SBSK Patreon: https://patreon.com/SBSKSBSK So

  • 04:30 What's An Engineer? Crash Course Kids #12.1

    What's An Engineer? Crash Course Kids #12.1

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    You've heard of Engineers, I'm sure. But, what are Engineers? Well, it turns out that they're all kinds of people doing all kinds of neat work! Want to be one? Well, join Sabrina in this episode of Crash Course Kids where she talks about what they do and

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  • 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

  • 03:40 Defining A Problem: Crash Course Kids #18.1

    Defining A Problem: Crash Course Kids #18.1

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    So, how do engineers even figure out what problem needs to get fixed? And what's the difference between identifying a problem and just complaining about something. In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about how we can all be better Engineer

  • 01:11 A 3D Printer For The Zombie Apocalypse: Brains, Veins And Hearts.

    A 3D Printer For The Zombie Apocalypse: Brains, Veins And Hearts.

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    3D printers can replicate hard, bony body parts for use as implants in personalized medicine. But printing soft, flexible, and functional biological materials that can support their own weight during the printing process has remained a challenge. Now, Car

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  • 03:59 Defining Success: Crash Course Kids #18.2

    Defining Success: Crash Course Kids #18.2

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    In our last episode, Sabrina talked about how Engineers define the problems they need to solve. But how do you know when you've actually solved a problem? What do you expect to happen that would equal success? In this episode, Sabrina chats about how Engi

  • 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

  • 06:01 Hack Your Lunchbox - Taste

    Hack Your Lunchbox - Taste

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    The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair has teamed up with Gastronaut Stefan Gates to create a series of videos and experiments exploring how we can trick our senses to alter the taste of food. Have you ever made the mistake of drinking frui

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  • 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

  • 08:47 How to stop plastic getting into the ocean | The Economist

    How to stop plastic getting into the ocean | The Economist

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    Plastic pollution poses a major threat to ocean life. Meet the engineers who are using rubbish-guzzling boats to stem the flow at its source. Read more here: https://econ.st/3d0bjCe Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: https://econ.st/2xvT

  • 06:56 Understanding Second Law of Thermodynamics !

    Understanding Second Law of Thermodynamics !

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    The Second Law of Thermodynamics is a fundamental law of nature, unarguably one of the most valuable discoveries of mankind; however this law is slightly confusing for most engineers or students. The main reason for this is because it has so many complex

  • 01:36 RACING DRONE VS ROLLERCOASTER HELIX! A different POV

    RACING DRONE VS ROLLERCOASTER HELIX! A different POV

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    Epic chase of the ride HELIX at Liseberg in Gothenburg, Sweden. Big thanks to my sponsors! Elefun https://www.elefun.se/rc/hobby.aspx Diatone https://www.diatone.us Carbix http://www.carbix.se/category.html/mu... Tattu https://www.gensace.de/ Drone setup:

  • 10:26 17 AMAZING CRAFTS AND HACKS YOU WILL WANT TO TRY RIGHT NOW

    17 AMAZING CRAFTS AND HACKS YOU WILL WANT TO TRY RIGHT NOW

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    EXCITING CRAFTS FOR HAVING FUNToday, we prepared a lot of amazing ideas that will help you to spend time with fun and pleasure. Learn how to make awesome crafts for parties and free time!We prepared a lot of cool crafts for future engineers in this video.

  • 05:47 What Does It Take To Be An Astronaut?

    What Does It Take To Be An Astronaut?

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    What does it take to have the "Right Stuff" to become an Astronaut? Support us at: http://www.patreon.com/universetoday More stories at: http://www.universetoday.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @universetoday Follow us on Tumblr: http://universetoday.tumblr.co

  • 01:51 Why Are Plane Windows Round?

    Why Are Plane Windows Round?

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    We often learn the most from our failures, this is particularly true for advancements in the field of engineering. Unfortunately for the engineers in the aviation industry, the prices to pay for failure are high. This will be a reoccurring theme in my vid

  • 03:35 Crystal Constellations

    Crystal Constellations

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    The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair has teamed up with TV science presenter Greg Foot to keep kids entertained for all twelve days of Christmas. You can see all of the experiments at http://www.thebigbangfair.co.uk/selec... The Big Bang

  • 01:10 This robot works out

    This robot works out

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    Engineers at the University of Tokyo built a robot that can work out like a human. It's designed for flexibility instead of strength, and it could lead to a wide array of practical applications. SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/kdDpXu FOLLOW QUARTZ: Facebook: ht

  • 02:55 Constructing The Hoover Dam

    Constructing The Hoover Dam

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    When it was originally built, the Hoover Dam was the largest concrete structure in the world. It weighs 6.6 million tons and stands 700 ft tall. The biggest challenge engineers faced while building the dam was the extreme heat. #ImpossibleEngineering Wedn

  • 03:52 Opportunity: NASA Rover Completes Mars Mission

    Opportunity: NASA Rover Completes Mars Mission

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    Drive along with the NASA’s Opportunity Mars rover and hear the voices of scientists and engineers behind the mission. Designed to run for 90 days, the exploration spanned more than 15 years from 2004 to 2019. Along the way, it discovered definitive

  • 05:12 How Do Hard Drives Work? - Kanawat Senanan

    How Do Hard Drives Work? - Kanawat Senanan

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-hard-drives-work-kanawat-senanan The modern hard drive is an object that can likely hold more information than your local library. But how does it store so much information in such a small space? Kanawat

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  • 04:57 Soft Robots

    Soft Robots

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    Robots aren’t usually soft and squidgy. But inspired by the octopus, engineers are creating robots that can twist their way around problems that rigid robots can’t handle. Feature: The soft touch http://www.nature.com/doifinder/10.1038/530024a OCTOPUS - h

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  • 12:59 Amazing Chocolate Factory Workers & Machines on Another Level

    Amazing Chocolate Factory Workers & Machines on Another Level

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    INSTAGRAM ;)https://www.instagram.com/quantumtechhd/-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-CHOCOLAT CANONICAWeb: https://www.canonica.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanonicaChocolat/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chocolatcanoni

  • 10:07 Boil Water at Room Temperature! - Hydrostatics

    Boil Water at Room Temperature! - Hydrostatics

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    Engineers that work with fluids need a solid understanding of how they behave, and there’s one branch of fluid mechanics that plays a role in areas all across our lives. Whether you’re designing a water tower for a city or you just want to understand how

  • 06:19 Why Astronauts Need Robots In Space

    Why Astronauts Need Robots In Space

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    Sending astronauts to space is a dangerous and costly affair, but what about robot astronauts? DNews got a chance to visit the Johnson Space Center and interview one of the engineers behind the future of our space program. The Martian releases digitally o

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  • 18:44 A Dragon Torched My Hand (How Do VR Haptic Gloves Work?) - Smarter Every Day 191

    A Dragon Torched My Hand (How Do VR Haptic Gloves Work?) - Smarter Every Day 191

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    Click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/Subscribe2SED Get a personalized DNA genotype test a&d read about new data FDA now allows 23andMe to release: http://www.23andme.com/smarter ⇊ Click below for more links! ⇊ There are tons of things I had never consid

  • 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

  • 01:55 The world's largest telescope is about to come online

    The world's largest telescope is about to come online

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    In a stunning landscape of jagged limestone hills in southwestern China, engineers are putting the finishing touches on a grand astronomy facility: a half-kilometer-wide dish nestled in a natural depression that will gather radio signals from the cosmos.

  • 07:53 Sand Castle Holds Up A Car! - Mechanically Stabilized Earth

    Sand Castle Holds Up A Car! - Mechanically Stabilized Earth

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    Dirt is probably the cheapest and simplest construction material out there, but it's not very strong compared to other choices. Luckily geotechnical engineers have developed a way to strengthen earthen materials with almost no additional effort - Mechanic

  • 03:53 How Princess Leia Was Brought Back in 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' | Localish

    How Princess Leia Was Brought Back in 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' | Localish

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    The latest movie in the Star Wars franchise, 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,' is epic in its battle scenes, speeder chases and lightsaber duels. But one of the biggest challenges for the visual effects team was something seemingly smaller, though hugel

  • 02:26 Casting a $20 Million Mirror for the World’s Largest Telescope

    Casting a $20 Million Mirror for the World’s Largest Telescope

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    Building a mirror for any giant telescope is no simple feat. The sheer size of the glass, the nanometer precision of its curves, its carefully calculated optics, and the adaptive software required to run it make this a task of herculean proportions. But t

  • 03:47 Why Scientists Used Graphene Nanoribbons to Engineer Bionic Mushrooms

    Why Scientists Used Graphene Nanoribbons to Engineer Bionic Mushrooms

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    This is the first time researchers have created an "engineered symbiosis" by combining bacteria with nanomaterials to produce the next generation of bionic architectures. Why Twisted Light Holds the Key to Radically Faster Internet - https://youtu.be/Cvts

  • 01:45 The Surprising Science Behind the Word ‘Pokemon

    The Surprising Science Behind the Word ‘Pokemon

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    By now, words like “Pokémon,” “karaoke” and “anime” are established terms in modern English. But … are these words English or Japanese? As it turns out, neither! They fall into their own category entirely.

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  • 05:22 How To Adjust Your Car Mirrors To Eliminate Blind Spots SAE

    How To Adjust Your Car Mirrors To Eliminate Blind Spots SAE

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    Adjusting their vehicle's mirrors is something all drivers do as a normal routine. But according to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and Car and Driver Magazine, it's also something that most of us are probably doing wrong! I read an article publ

  • 02:25 The James Webb: NASA's Next Great Telescope

    The James Webb: NASA's Next Great Telescope

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    Launching in 2018, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will be light years beyond Hubble in its ability to see into the furthest reaches of the universe. NASA scientists and engineers explain how it works and how it will help us solve the greatest mysteries

  • 02:38 White House Science Fair Experiment With Science Bob

    White House Science Fair Experiment With Science Bob

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    On April 13th, the White House is hosting the 6th White House Science Fair and I'll be there! This year's White House Science Fair will highlight the ingenuity and entrepreneurship of the next generation of scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and innov

  • 04:29 Everything It Takes to Engineer the World’s Longest Sea Bridge

    Everything It Takes to Engineer the World’s Longest Sea Bridge

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    120 years. That’s how long engineers want the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge to last. Given the suspension cables, artificials islands, and even an underground tunnel, the HZMB just might. Can We Power the World With a Single Energy Grid? - https://youtu.b

  • 05:05 How To Stop A Colossal Bridge Corroding

    How To Stop A Colossal Bridge Corroding

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    A decade ago, engineers found the Humber Bridge had the same problem as many of the world's suspension bridges: unexpectedly fast corrosion. Here's how they fixed it, and how they're checking that it's staying fixed.Thanks to all the team at the Humber Br

  • 09:12 Inside a Synthetic DNA Factory Thats Building New Forms of Life

    Inside a Synthetic DNA Factory Thats Building New Forms of Life

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    In this DNA factory, organism engineers are using robots and automation to build completely new forms of life.Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Focal Point | https://bit.ly/2M3gmbKGinkgo Bioworks, a Boston company specializing

  • 11:10 Biomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #24

    Biomaterials: Crash Course Engineering #24

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

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  • 04:47 The Squid and the Whale: Evidence for an Epic Encounter

    The Squid and the Whale: Evidence for an Epic Encounter

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    Sound Production: Crash Course Film Production #5

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    The bizarre physics of fire ants

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    Olympic Cyclist Vs. Toaster: Can He Power It?

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  • 01:31 This soft octopus robot could change the robotics industry

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  • 01:28 Popular Deliciously Adorable & Easy To Make SHOPKINS CUPCAKE Recipe

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    Can We Really Have Stealth Helicopters When They’re So Loud?

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    Softer, More Human Robots

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  • 35:52 Delicious Cartoon Character Cakes So Good You'll Wish You Had Baked | Birthday Cake Recipes

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  • 01:11 NASA Wants To Make A Supersonic Jet With No Boom

    NASA Wants To Make A Supersonic Jet With No Boom

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  • 03:01 Love Quinoa? Thank the International Man of Botany

    Love Quinoa? Thank the International Man of Botany

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  • 03:15 After Hurricane Maria, Building a Community Under the Sea

    After Hurricane Maria, Building a Community Under the Sea

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    8 Perfect Oreo Recipes For Cookie Addicts

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    Why European Clocks are Running Slow, and British Clocks Aren't

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    How Were The Pyramids Built?

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  • 05:07 Jessi Has a Problem!

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  • 08:18 How are Underwater Structures Built?

    How are Underwater Structures Built?

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  • 04:28 Are We Running Out of Vanilla? — Speaking of Chemistry

    Are We Running Out of Vanilla? — Speaking of Chemistry

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  • 06:41 How Do Sinkholes Form?

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  • 03:09 Do You Want To Build A Snowman?

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  • 03:02 Why Build A Clock That Will Last 10,000 Years?

    Why Build A Clock That Will Last 10,000 Years?

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    How to get conductive gels to stick when wet

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    Can Sharks Really Grow an Unlimited Number of Teeth

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    Step into the Sewage Cathedral

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  • 12:00 Do Animals Sound More Realistic in Japanese or English?

    Do Animals Sound More Realistic in Japanese or English?

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  • 02:35 How to mass produce cell-sized robots

    How to mass produce cell-sized robots

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  • 07:49 An Ice Castle Brings Magic Before Melting Away

    An Ice Castle Brings Magic Before Melting Away

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    Naked Eye Observations: Crash Course Astronomy #2

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    Make way for Little HERMES, the lightweight bipedal robot

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    What's The Best Way To Whiten Teeth?

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    Jell-O-like, expanding pill

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    Does Homeopathy Work?

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    Slime Oobleck - The science of cornstarch and water

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  • 02:24 Magnetic shape-shifters

    Magnetic shape-shifters

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    Lab on a LEGO

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  • 01:52 Plant-to-human communication

    Plant-to-human communication

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    Pluto Could Be Made A Planet Again, Along With 102 Other Celestial Bodies

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    Robo-picker grasps and packs

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    Design Your Own Space Elevator

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    Inside NASAs Challenge to 3D Print Future Habitats on Mars

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    Children of Invention

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    What Are We Doing to Prepare for the Next Big Oil Spill?

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    NASA Just Launched a Mission to Mars to Dig Deep Inside the Planet’s Core

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    One of the strongest lightweight materials known

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  • 10:14 How to Measure Flow with Magnets - (Magnetic Flow Meters)

    How to Measure Flow with Magnets - (Magnetic Flow Meters)

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  • 08:10 See how it was made - The Amazing Life-Size LEGO Technic version of the Bugatti Chiron

    See how it was made - The Amazing Life-Size LEGO Technic version of the Bugatti Chiron

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    The Engineering Process: Crash Course Kids #12.2

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    Introduction To Addition | Basic Addition And Subtraction | Early Math | Khan Academy

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  • 01:32 Using Live Oak Trees As A Blueprint For Surviving Hurricanes | Think Like A Tree

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    These engineers designed a fleet of autonomous drones that deliver medical supplies to remote hospitals in minutes. Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.com Engineers at Zipline have designed a fleet of a

  • 05:04 Why Can't we Remake the Rocketdyne F1 Engine?

    Why Can't we Remake the Rocketdyne F1 Engine?

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    When NASA was looking for a very large engine for the SLS boosters some of its engineers looked at resurrecting the Rocketdyne F-1 engines but what they found out might well surprise some people and just goes to show how things have moved on since the 196

  • 03:55 A Case Of  What-Ifs

    A Case Of What-Ifs

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    Variables: What are they? In the case of engineering, variables are a condition or value that can change. Sometimes we control a variable, sometimes we don't. In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina chats to us about how variables affect our choices

  • 01:20 Fast and forceful gel robots

    Fast and forceful gel robots

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    Engineers at MIT have fabricated transparent gel robots that can perform a number of fast, forceful tasks, including kicking a ball underwater, and grabbing and releasing a live fish. (Learn more:https://news.mit.edu/2017/transparent-gel-robots-catch-rele

  • 01:40 24 Hours of Sun at the South Pole | Continent 7: Antarctica

    24 Hours of Sun at the South Pole | Continent 7: Antarctica

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    Midnight sun occurs when the sun is visible for a full 24 hours. Join Antarctic scientists and the Continent 7 crew as they discuss the pros and cons of perpetual sunlight. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ NEW SERIES CONTINENT 7: ANTARCTICA PR

  • 04:06 Succeed By Failing: Crash Course Kids #42.1

    Succeed By Failing: Crash Course Kids #42.1

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    We all know that failure is bad... but is it? Actually, Engineers need things to fail so they can understand how to make things better. In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina chats to us about failure points and how they can help us find better sol

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  • 02:39 Furry Wetsuits

    Furry Wetsuits

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    Inspired by hairy, semiaquatic mammals such as beavers and sea otters, a group of MIT engineers are fabricating fur-like rubbery pelts learn how these mammals stay warm and even dry while diving underwater. (Learn more: http://news.mit.edu/2016/beaver-ins

  • 04:13 Let's Build A City: Crash Course Kids #48.1

    Let's Build A City: Crash Course Kids #48.1

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    So, we've built a lot of things over the last year and we've become awesome engineers in the process. But now it's time for a real challenge. Let's build a city! That's right, you heard me! In this episode, Sabrina shows us what we need to think about whe

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  • 11:14 Top 10 Strangest Planets Ever Discovered in Outer Space

    Top 10 Strangest Planets Ever Discovered in Outer Space

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    From 55 cancri e - the diamond planet - to versions of earth within the habitable zone, you'll be amazed at these incredible weird and strange planets ever discovered in outer space. Subscribe for more! ► https://goo.gl/pgcoq1 ◄ Stay updated ► https://goo

  • 05:22 Is the weather actually becoming more extreme? - R. Saravanan

    Is the weather actually becoming more extreme? - R. Saravanan

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    Explore the differences between weather and climate what they are, how we predict them, and what those predictions can tell us. --From 2016 to 2019, the world saw record-breaking heat waves, rampant wildfires, and the longest run of category 5 tropical cy

  • 03:20 A Spark of Consciousness // Reanimation! Science Stories about Frankenstein EP3

    A Spark of Consciousness // Reanimation! Science Stories about Frankenstein EP3

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    EPISODE 3 of Reanimation! Science Stories about Frankenstein. What have we learned from science's most infamous doctor-patient relationship? A seven part series created by seven animation teams and twelve scientists, writers, engineers, physicists and an

  • 06:07 What Happens During a Space Walk - with Kevin Fong and Dan Tani

    What Happens During a Space Walk - with Kevin Fong and Dan Tani

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    Space walks are one of the most dangerous things an astronaut must face - clear communication between the astronauts out in space, inside the International Space Station and engineers on the ground at Mission Control is critical. In this clip from the 201

  • 04:35 Designing A Trial: Crash Course Kids #44.1

    Designing A Trial: Crash Course Kids #44.1

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    It's time to design some trials. Sometimes engineers need to figure out how to test ideas. In order to do that, we need to design trials to find failure points and see how things are going to work in the real world (with gravity, wind, and human error all

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  • 11:00 The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Crash Course AI #20

    The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Crash Course AI #20

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    Today, in our final episode of Crash Course AI, we're going to look towards the future. We've spent much of this series explaining how and why we don't have the Artificial General Intelligence (or AGI) that we see in the movies like Bladerunner, Her, or E

  • 21:50 Weaver Ants The Craziest Thing I've Ever Done in My Life

    Weaver Ants The Craziest Thing I've Ever Done in My Life

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    Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/tlCQJZ Today we meet an ant princess, i.e. a #QueenAnt alate. She is a member of our new colony of #WeaverAnts, emerged from her nest due to conditions within their climate controlled setup. This queen is special an

  • 03:35 Why Do We Gain Fat?  with Eugenia Cheng

    Why Do We Gain Fat? with Eugenia Cheng

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    In this short clip from her talk 'How To Think Like A Mathematician', Eugenia Cheng explains how a whole web of interconnected factors cause us to gain fat. Watch the full talk: https://youtu.be/8emPcpfqPRUEugenia's book "The Art of Logic" is available no

  • 03:58 Quantum Computing Breakthrough

    Quantum Computing Breakthrough

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    Quantum physics is weird. But quantum computing could be awesome! Learn how scientists took a big leap this week toward making quantum computers a reality. For a free book from Audible, go to: http://www.audible.com/t1/30DayGoldFT_at?source_code=PDTGB0009

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  • 11:36 The Dawn Of Video Games: Crash Course Games #3

    The Dawn Of Video Games: Crash Course Games #3

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    Over the next few episodes we’re going to talk about the history of video games. Today, we’re going to start with the first re-programmable computers in the 1940’s. Now, these computers were serious tools. They were for codebreaking and calculating artill

  • 07:04 How the Pyramids Were Built (Pyramid Science Part 2!)

    How the Pyramids Were Built (Pyramid Science Part 2!)

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    Try Skillshare at http://skl.sh/besmart Help us build something great and SUBSCRIBE! ►► http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓↓↓More info and sources below ↓↓↓ You asked for it, so here’s the follow-up! Just because something is difficult doesn’t mean it’s impossible.

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  • 18:03 The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

    The Real Physics of Roller Coaster Loops

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    A look at the physics principles and calculations that engineers use to design roller coaster loops.Support Art of Engineering on Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/ArtOfEngineeringTwitter: https://twitter.com/aoEngineeringFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/

  • 03:22 The World Is Slowly Running Out Of Sand

    The World Is Slowly Running Out Of Sand

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    I never thought of sand as a non-renewable resource, but there's only a limited supply: and to make things worse, it keeps getting washed into the sea. At Cape May, New Jersey, the US Army Corps of Engineers have just finished rebuilding a beach: here's w

  • 04:26 What is the coldest thing in the world? - Lina Marieth Hoyos

    What is the coldest thing in the world? - Lina Marieth Hoyos

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    Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-is-the-coldest-thing-in-the-world-lina-marieth-hoyos The coldest materials in the world aren’t in Antarctica or at the top of Mount Everest. They’r

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  • 03:45 Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature? | Deep Look

    Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature? | Deep Look

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    How does a group of animals -- or cells, for that matter -- work together when no one’s in charge? Tiny swarming robots--called Kilobots--work together to tackle tasks in the lab, but what can they teach us about the natural world? ↓ More info, videos, an

  • 05:14 Popular How Airplanes Are Made

    How Airplanes Are Made

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    Behind-the-Scenes of an Airbus A350 being built! Thanks to the folks at Airbus for bringing me to France, Germany, & the UK to visit their headquarters and facilities and see so much incredible engineering. As you can probably tell from this video, I was

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  • 32:57 These WEAVER ANT NESTS Will Blow Your Mind

    These WEAVER ANT NESTS Will Blow Your Mind

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    Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/tlCQJZ Weaver ant leaf nests are truly mind-blowing! My new colony of Asian Weaver Ants (Oecophylla smaragdina) have been transplanted into their newly designed, climate-controlled tropical terrarium, known as Vorte

  • 04:21 Is 3D Audio The Future Of Listening?

    Is 3D Audio The Future Of Listening?

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    With virtual reality on the rise, engineers are looking for ways to improve audio to match the images you see. How does 3D audio work? This is Your Brain On VR ►►►► http://dne.ws/1OxYb6W DNews Live Tickets Here ►►►► http://dne.ws/1Fa2OCh Read More: Surrou

  • 03:44 Einstein’s Brain Was Stolen and Chopped Up Into Tiny Pieces...For Science?!

    Einstein’s Brain Was Stolen and Chopped Up Into Tiny Pieces...For Science?!

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    Over 60 years ago, Einstein's brain was stolen, preserved, dissected and sent in pieces across the country. Who was behind this theft for science? How NASA Engineers Use Origami To Design Future Spacecraft https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWoQhf6lBV0 Subsc

  • 00:37 ICESat-2 By the Numbers: 300 Trillion

    ICESat-2 By the Numbers: 300 Trillion

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    ICESat-2 is an incredibly precise space laser that features the latest in NASA technology To measure ice heights, engineers have to take ICESat-2's instrument ATLAS to the extreme - sometimes going big, sometimes going small, but always keeping it precise

  • 05:16 Popular How Does Cold Medicine Work?

    How Does Cold Medicine Work?

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    The cold medicine you picked up at the store involves some cool chemistry to treat your symptoms. We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017 Hosted by: Olivia Gordo

  • 06:37 The problems with rebuilding beaches

    The problems with rebuilding beaches

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    Beach nourishment is the latest chapter in a never-ending tale of erosion. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO About 80 to 90 percent of sandy beaches along America's coastlines are eroding. This is a problem because the developments humans bui

  • 04:42 Our Brains Can Store 10x More Than We Thought!

    Our Brains Can Store 10x More Than We Thought!

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    Researchers have just figured out how much storage space we have in our brains. How much is it and how do they know? 3 Ways To Improve Your Memory ►►►► http://bit.ly/20P1MG7 Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Read More: Me

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  • 07:36 Can This New Method of Recycling Reduce Fashion Waste?

    Can This New Method of Recycling Reduce Fashion Waste?

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    Considered the alchemist of waste, materials scientist Veena Sahajwalla is closing the loop on fast fashion by tapping into fabrics molecular potential.Watch more Focal Point: https://bit.ly/2GEgBpxRead More:Nothing Should Be Classified As Waste': Crisis

  • 04:10 The Leidenfrost Effect: When Water Levitates

    The Leidenfrost Effect: When Water Levitates

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    Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Have you ever seen a drop of water navigate a maze? It’s possible thanks to a weird phenomenon called the Leidenfrost Effect. Understanding Leidenfrost — first described more than 200 years ago — helped engineers make

  • 02:09 Here’s What It Would Take for Helicopters to Be as Big as Planes

    Here’s What It Would Take for Helicopters to Be as Big as Planes

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    Since the invention of flight, planes seem to have only gotten bigger. But what about helicopters? Why are they still so small? How Do Helicopters Fly Without Wings? - https://youtu.be/pVMT4hqFzQg For more epic stories of innovation that shaped our future

  • 05:19 Beavers: The Smartest Thing in Fur Pants

    Beavers: The Smartest Thing in Fur Pants

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    Watch WILD ALASKA LIVE starting July 23 on PBS: http://to.pbs.org/2tbKxzx Don’t miss our next video! SUBSCRIBE! ►► http://bit.ly/iotbs_sub ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓ Beavers have done more to shape North Americ

  • 14:46 Popular 250,000 Dominoes - The Incredible Science Machine: GAME ON!

    250,000 Dominoes - The Incredible Science Machine: GAME ON!

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    250,000 Dominoes were toppled at Zeal Credit Union's Incredible Science Machine: Game On! This event features 3 new US domino records: largest domino field, largest domino structure, and largest overall domino project in America. 19 builders from 5 countr

  • 01:56 Shredding Bacteria With Technology From Insect Wings

    Shredding Bacteria With Technology From Insect Wings

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    Dragonfly wings are covered in bacteria-killing nanopillars, and scientists are taking inspiration from them to make smarter anti-bacterial surfaces! The Secret Soviet Virus That Helps Kill Bacteria - https://youtu.be/jTwEVK7TMWI Sign Up For The Seeker Ne

  • 01:14 TIL: Orangutans Build Comfy Nests to Sleep in | Today I Learned

    TIL: Orangutans Build Comfy Nests to Sleep in | Today I Learned

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    Do you love jumping into a comfy bed at the end of the day? So do orangutans! ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ Watch All Today I Learned Clips here: http://bit.ly/2WatchTodayILearned ➡ Get More TIL (Today I Learned): http://bit.ly/MoreTIL Abou

  • 04:15 What Happens To Child Prodigies When They Grow Up?

    What Happens To Child Prodigies When They Grow Up?

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    Children who develop remarkable skills at an early age are often knowns at prodigies, but what happens to these kids once they grow up? Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Can A Brain Injury Make You A Genius? ►►►► http://b

  • 03:55 What Is The Deep Space Network & How Does It Work?

    What Is The Deep Space Network & How Does It Work?

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    Satellites and rovers in space use the Deep Space Network to get information back to Earth. What is it and how does it work? How GPS Works ►►►►http://bit.ly/MPpehX Sign Up For The TestTube Newsletter Here ►►►► http://bit.ly/1myXbFG Read More: Deep Space N

  • 03:35 Propellers, Big Doors and Weird Floors: The Making of a Cargo Plane

    Propellers, Big Doors and Weird Floors: The Making of a Cargo Plane

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    There are cargo planes out there big enough to freight cars or even spaceship parts. How are these massive planes made? Here's Why Wings Don't Fall Off Airplanes - https://youtu.be/jMsoKy_MV6w For more epic stories of innovation that shaped our future, ch

  • 04:51 What If You Didn't Sleep For A Week? ft. TheOdd1sOut

    What If You Didn't Sleep For A Week? ft. TheOdd1sOut

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    We all know sleep is important, but what if you just.... stopped doing it? Watch more: Check out TheOdd1sOut! ►► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRz0WRaQwmw&list=UUo8bcnLyZH8tBIH9V1mLgqQ Subscribe: https://bit.ly/SubLifeNoggin | Get your exclusive Life No

  • 10:42 Inside the Lab That's Turning Moon Water Into Rocket Fuel

    Inside the Lab That's Turning Moon Water Into Rocket Fuel

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    The moons water could serve as a precious resource for deep space exploration, but how do we actually turn it into rocket fuel?Subscribe to Seeker! http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Focal Point | https://bit.ly/2s0cf7w Visit our shop at http://shop

  • 26:39 My New Favourite Ant Farm of All Time

    My New Favourite Ant Farm of All Time

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    Click here to SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/tlCQJZ Check out & subscribe to my NEW DAILY VLOGS: https://goo.gl/GCx1Jq Fire ants, Asian Bullet Ants, Carpenter Ants, Yellow Crazy Ants, Black Crazy Ants, Weaver Ants, and more! I've owned many ant colonies in

  • 04:11 How To Control Things Using Your Brain (and Open-Source Hardware) | Cyborg Nation

    How To Control Things Using Your Brain (and Open-Source Hardware) | Cyborg Nation

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    OpenBCI is an open-source hardware that allows a D.I.Y. community of artists, designers, and engineers to innovate, while serving as a tool for research and innovation. From using brain activity to control a toy spider to engaging a group in collective mi

  • 02:28 Scientists Just Used a Tractor Beam to Levitate the Largest Object Yet

    Scientists Just Used a Tractor Beam to Levitate the Largest Object Yet

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    The world’s most powerful tractor beam just lifted a 2 centimeter ball, but could it make levitating humans a reality? One Shot Could Provide All the Vaccines You'll Ever Need - https://youtu.be/qQ1VKYX4Vl0 Thumbnail image courtesy of University of Bristo

  • 10:12 Birds In A Truck Riddle

    Birds In A Truck Riddle

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    Watch my newest video, "The Game You Win By Losing (Parrondo's Paradox)": https://youtu.be/PpvboBJEozMDownload Angry Birds 2 from your app store today! https://c.singular.net/api/v1/ad?st=59571402224&pcn=Vsauce2&psn=Vsauce2&h=133970888f55d20b2a1077b676434

  • 55:05 How Are Skyscrapers Engineered? - with Roma Agrawal

    How Are Skyscrapers Engineered? - with Roma Agrawal

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    How high can we build skyscrapers with the help of new materials and technologies?Subscribe for regular science videos: http://bit.ly/RiSubscRibeBuy Roma's book "Built: The Hidden Stories Behind our Structures" now - https://geni.us/UcXf3Roma Agrawal delv

  • 05:38 How the world's longest underwater tunnel was built - Alex Gendler

    How the world's longest underwater tunnel was built - Alex Gendler

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    Discover how the English Channel Tunnel was built and the engineering challenges of building a 200 kilometer long tunnel underwater.--Flanked by two powerful nations, the English Channel has long been one of the worlds most important maritime passages. Ye

  • 05:05 The Hunt to Find Life on Jupiter's Icy Moons | Countdown to Launch

    The Hunt to Find Life on Jupiter's Icy Moons | Countdown to Launch

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    ESA's JUICE mission is heading to Jupiter to hunt for signs of life on its icy moons. Subscribe to Seeker!http://bit.ly/subscribeseeker Watch more Countdown to Launch: http://bit.ly/CTLplaylist Visit our shop at http://shop.seeker.com Understanding Jupite

  • 06:55 Beatboxing In Slow Motion - Smarter Every Day 109

    Beatboxing In Slow Motion - Smarter Every Day 109

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    Tweet this video: http://bit.ly/SlowMoBeatboxing Post to Facebook: http://bit.ly/SlowMoBeatbox Click to View Flula's SlowMo Video: http://bit.ly/FlulaLips ⇊⇊⇊ More info: ⇊⇊⇊ My favorite Flula Video: http://bit.ly/FLULACars It's pretty clear to me that Flu


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