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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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Is It Easier to Recognize People Who Look Like You?

Faces are possibly the most important visual stimuli that we perceive. The moment you see a person’s face, you can infer their race, age, mood, identity, and possibly their gender expression (always ask). Unless, of course, you have prosopagnosia, aka ‘face blindness’ — where you can’t tell familiar or unfamiliar faces apart. Prosopagnosia is important […]

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ALL of Edexcel IGCSE Biology 9-1 (2020) | PAPER 2 | IGCSE Biology Revision | SCIENCE WITH HAZEL

Hi, guys, and welcome to my all-in-one IGCSE Edexcel Biology video (9-1). This much-requested video is finally here. I’m going to take you through, hopefully, every single spec point so that by time you’ve watched it, you can feel really confident about getting that grade 9. Don’t forget my revision guides. I sell these online. […]

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Steven Sibener on Establishing the Institute for Molecular Engineering

[ Music ]>>Molecular engineering is the study of how systems behave at the molecular level. So it’s not just one molecule, but it’s how you group them into ensembles to achieve a given purpose. We do this every day in our lives and as living beings and we’ve taken great lessons from biology, but also […]

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