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Can We Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light? | Mass Effect Science Explained

Hey there, welcome to Playnoggin. I’m Julian, your brain’s player 2. Today we’re going to take a closer look at Mass Effect. And Mass Effect 2. And 3. But not Andromeda, that’s not out yet.. The Mass Effect series is rife with topics that would be perfect for Playnoggin: Artificial intelligence, futuristic weapons, and *ahem* […]

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Why Ecology and Economy Policies are Inseparable – Andrew Hutson

Erik: What are common misconceptions about green initiatives and what are you doing to educate corporations about what it really means to be green today? Andrew: The most common misconception is one that’s been out there probably since the beginning and that there’s a trade off between ecology and economy, when realistically you can’t separate […]

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UTS Science: Get out of the classroom – Forest and Mountain Ecology

Jessica Tanna (Combined Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Laws): It has been a really valuable learning experience, which has been really surprising because I’m not really that into, um, camping… as much, um, I’m a real city girl. like, you don’t even realise that’s all out there happening while you’re in you, you know, cosy […]

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Revealing the Mind: The Promise of Psychedelics

Welcome everyone, I’m Emily Senay, tonight’s moderator. You just saw these quotes from these noted actors, musicians, authors and scientists, and they all credit psychedelics with providing them profound insights, really life changing insights. And as Oliver Sacks said, he once wrote, that psychedelics revealed to him what the mind is capable of. And in […]

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Cell Biology, Genetics & Molecular Medicine

The Cell Biology, Genetics and Molecular Medicine discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences graduate program is focused on training scientists for the future of medicine. The CGM discipline is a gateway to all basic, biomedical and translational research with an emphasis on understanding the molecular pathways and mechanisms underlying human disease with a goal of […]

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Mario vs Minecraft! Who is Gaming’s RICHEST? | The SCIENCE of… Video Game Millionaires

(Subtitles by Swan Htet) Dear Every Game Company on planet Earth, today We’re doing a video that has hands-down the most fun most ambitious and most like oMFG This is way too much material to cover in one video and promise tomorrow (no way) Topic I’ve ever tried to do the question is simple enough: […]

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Child Sleep and Physiology Lab with Assistant Professor Lauren Philbrook

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC] The aim is to look at predictors and outcomes of sleep in preschool children. The early years are particularly important because there’s so much happening at the level of brain development. So many of those connections are being formed in the brain. They’re learning so much. They’re taking in so much in the […]

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