MIT Engineering K-12 Video Pilot 2
These videos were produced by MIT students to highlight the Institute and its students as super-qualified sources for hands-on projects, demonstrations, and laboratory experiments. The creativity and passion of MIT’s students can be extremely effective in engaging young people around the globe with engineering and science.
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Learn how to make a battery from lemons and common household materials.
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Have you ever wondered why your ears pop during airplane take offs and landings? Or why a ballon pops when you squeeze it too much? Find out the phenomenon behind these questions and more!
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Ever wondered why your ice cream gets harder in the freezer over time, losing its creamy texture? Ostwald Ripening is the culprit, an observed thermodynamic phenomenon described in this video.
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This video presents Young's Double Slit Experiment, the historical background that makes the experiment important, and a version of the experiment you can make on your own.