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RLE Immersion: Nanoscale Materials, Devices and Systems - Panel Discussion: Perspectives on the Future of Nanotechnology

RLE Immersion: Nanoscale Materials,...

RLE

Added over 1 year ago | 01:08:19 | 3901 views

Moderated by Carol Lynn Alpert (Museum of Science) and Featuring: Prof. Vladimir Bulovic, Prof. Henry Smith, Prof. Polina Anikeeva, Prof. Dirk Englund, and Prof. Jeff Grossman discussing the future of nanotechnology. This panel discussio...

Soapbox: Why Life Got Big

Soapbox: Why Life Got Big

MIT Museum

Added over 1 year ago | 01:12:33 | 1264 views

Part 3 of 4 of the Fall 2014 Soap Box series - How to Make Life and Influence Planets Tuesday, 10/21: 6:00-7:30pm Why Life Got Big For much of the earth's history, microbes were the only living organisms on the planet. What spurred the ...

The Ecological Cost of Dinner

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:23:35 | 642 views |

This lesson is about the flow of energy in ecosystems. The setting is Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, where students will learn about the first Thanksgiving meal in America, celebrated in 1621...

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Part Two)

Soapbox: The Invisible Majority (Pa...

MIT Museum

Added over 1 year ago | 00:26:53 | 1887 views

Most fossils are too small to see since most of life’s history is microbial. However it is possible to identify signatures of microbial life in rocks. Find out what they tell us, and how might we use them to recognize life elsewhere. An...

From Psychology To Logic: Learning ...

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:28:25 | 737 views

This lesson focuses on the biggest problem faced by any young programmer - i.e. the LOGIC BUILDING required while solving a particular problem. With programming, the solution to a particular problem lies in the head, but one is unable to...

Meet The Family: Investigating Prim...

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:30:27 | 764 views |

In this lesson, students will see the different types of evidence scientists use to understand evolutionary relationships among organisms—including physical characteristics, fossil remains and DNA sequences. The video teacher guides stu...

Will an Ice Cube Melt Faster in Sal...

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:16:07 | 1966 views |

With an often unexpected outcome from a simple experiment, students can discover the factors that cause and influence thermohaline circulation in our ocean. In two 45-minute class periods, students complete activities where they observe...

Simons Center Annual Workshop 2014: Ulrich P. Froriep  MIT

Simons Center Annual Workshop 2014:...

Simons Center for the Social Brain

Added over 1 year ago | 00:17:30 | 778 views

The Social Brain: New Opportunities for Discovery and Technological Development Presentation 5- Flexible Neural Probes for Combined Recording and Optogenetic Stimulation

How to Estimate the Value of Pi (Ma...

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:24:09 | 1013 views

This lesson is about the estimation of the value of Pi. Based on previous knowledge, the students try to estimate Pi value using different methods, such as: direct physical measurements; a geometric probability model; and computer techno...

Pollination: Saying It With Flowers

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:20:03 | 663 views |

This lesson focuses on the process of pollination. The learning objectives include learning the anatomy and physiology of flowers, the ecology of pollination, and a focus on plants as essential players in the natural world.

Guess The Last Ball: An Exercise in...

Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies (BLOSSOMS)

Added over 1 year ago | 00:41:24 | 649 views

Through the medium of a simple game, this video lesson uses the technique of induction to show students how to analyze a seemingly random occurrence in order to understand it through the development of a mathematical model.