Category Chemistry

My picks, 2016-9

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Lines of Thought: Understanding Anatomy Reading through closed books LiFi: Crossing the Digital Divide Are the Dominoes Falling for Standard Cosmology? Chemical History of a Candle by Michael Faraday Bill Hammack & Don DeCoste Bill Hammack […]

My picks, 2016-7

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Fluorescence Is Awesome (Here Is How It Works) Water generates electricity (with a pinch of salt!) Improving Computer Memory Using Spintronics Breaking Glass with Sound in Slow Motion Wireless Electricity Fluorescence Is Awesome (Here Is How It Works) ReactionsHow To Grow Fluorescent Flowers (Chemistry […]

Robotic arm moves by the power of thought

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Using a Virus for Gene Therapy What’s The Loudest Possible Sound? Anand Varma: A thrilling look at the first 21 days of a bee’s life Lands of the Monsoon Oldest Known Stone Tools Discovered: 3.3 Million Years Old Robotic arm moves by the power […]

My picks, 2015-3

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Fake Snow Making Small Things Big in the World of Organic Electronics See invisible motion, hear silent sounds. Cool? Creepy? We can’t decide Crazy Engineering: Ion Propulsion and the Dawn Mission Explorers Get Close to Boiling Lava Lake in Vanuatu Did Humans Make These […]

My picks, 27

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. The Largest Fully Steerable Telescope in the World Candy Corn In Space Light seconds, light years, light centuries: How to measure extreme distances Cold Water Test Super Earths: 10 Major Discoveries A Cameraman’s Wild Encounter With Bears in Alaska Hitler’s Secret […]

My picks, 26

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Sunset Solar Eclipse How to Make Quark Soup Michio Kaku Warning on the Decline of Science in America Earth From Space Danny Macaskill: The Ridge Nuclear Catastrophe: How Much Risk are You Willing to Accept? Cave art in the tropics 2014 […]

Information that deserves attention, 4

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. Major New Cosmic Simulation: Why it’s Significant Scientists have created an important new simulation of cosmic evolution. It takes place in a virtual cube 350 million light-years squared, and spans a time period from 12 million years after the Big Bang […]