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Michael Flynn – Synthetic Biological Membrane | NASA Public Lecture | Science Lecture

Welcome to that 2016 NASA Ames summer series To achieve human space exploration envisioned by science fiction authors we must take into consideration life support requirements When searching for habitable planets we look for liquid water Water is key to life as we know it and for human space exploration Today’s presentation entitled synthetic biological […]

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Science, Technology & Environment

Our world is becoming increasingly science and technology savvy and opportunities to study these areas are at Ohio State are growing every day. Students might choose to begin in Science, Technology & Environment Exploration if they are interested in comparing theoretical and applied sciences, exploring ways to make our environment and natural resources more sustainable, […]

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GIEC : climat et biodiversité marine, quels liens ? // IPCC: Climate and marine biodiversity

This specific report on the oceans is super important, because it’s the first time the focus is on the oceans, and the issue of marine biodiversity in the carbon cycle is addressed. In previous reports, this subject was only touched upon. Here, the importance of biodiversity in the climate is emphasized — ALL biodiversity, including […]

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The Science Behind Magnets: How do they Work? – Stuff to Blow Your Kids’ Mind #2

(techno music) – [Announcer] This program is brought to you by BASF The Chemical Company. – Hey, welcome to “stuff to blow your kid’s mind”. My name is Robert Lamb. – And my name is Julie Douglas and today we are talking about magnets. – You’ve played around with a magnet before. There’s probably one […]

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The fascinating (and dangerous) places scientists aren’t exploring | Ella Al-Shamahi

So I’ve got something that I’m slightly embarrassed to admit to. At the age of 17, as a creationist, I decided to go to university to study evolution so that I could destroy it. (Laughter) I failed. I failed so spectacularly that I’m now an evolutionary biologist. (Applause) So I’m a paleoanthropologist, I’m a National […]

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