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Small Particles, Big Science: The International LBNF/DUNE Project

[music] This is Fermilab, a Department of Energy national laboratory near Chicago. It’s the starting place for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, DUNE, powered by the Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility, LBNF. The experiment begins with Fermilab’s accelerator complex, which moves protons close to the speed of light. It’s all part of an effort by more than […]

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How Scientists Are Making ‘Sonic’ Black Holes in a Lab

Hawking radiation, which is particles predicted by Stephen Hawking that are emitted by black holes, are at the center of a huge debate among physicists. Unfortunately, we’ve only recently been able to take a black hole’s picture, let alone study the quantum particles it might be giving off. So for clues on how real black […]

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Can the Flash Take a Hands-Free Selfie? (Because Science w/ Kyle Hill)

– If you could run as fast as the Flash, in my estimation, you’d be the most powerful superhero. You could think at light speed, you could time travel, and you could make your punches infinitely more massive. But would you be fast enough to take a truly hands-free selfie? Important questions. (upbeat music) Now […]

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The Whole of Edexcel KEY CONCEPTS. Revision for 9-1 GCSE biology or combined science

Here we have our beautiful plant cell with a cell membrane That’s responsible for determining which bits go in and out of the cell The cell wall. Important for structure The vacuole important for structure The cytoplasm Where most of the reactions take place The tiny little dots are the ribosomes which are responible for […]

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