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This Is the End of the Silicon Chip, Here’s What’s Next

Electronics keep getting smaller, and it’s all thanks to electric switches called transistors. When these little fellas replaced vacuum tubes, computers went from the size of entire rooms to merely the corner of a room. In the 60-odd years since, transistors have kept shrinking, scaling down and powering up our electronics with them. But many […]

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Dennis Charney: Resilience Lessons from Our Veterans

Dr. Southwick and I, Steve Southwick, my co-author, we’re psychiatrists and we over many years, over about three decades working together, we have been trying to understand what causes serious forms of depression both biologically and psychologically, serious forms of post traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders, developing new treatments.  And then at one […]

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‘Hey Bill Nye, Could Scientists Today Create Frankenstein’s Monster?’ #TuesdaysWithBill

Hi Bill Nye. My name is Lauren. First off I’d like to say that you’re my favorite person ever in the world. But my question is do you think we can build our own modern day Frankenstein sewn together body parts and somehow reanimating it, do you think it’s possible because you seem like the […]

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Shapes and Polarities of Molecules CHEM Study

[Music] This is a production of the chemical education material study. [Female narrator] Two-thirds of the earth’s surface is covered with water, and the present and former oceans are an important source of many water-soluble chemicals. Table salt, bromine, and magnesium, all as ions, when in the ocean, are examples. The existence of water on […]

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