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The aim of this lesson is to introduce the concepts of Electrochemistry and Electroplating and to present their applications in our daily lives.
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This lesson will explore the connections between magnetism in natural materials and electromagnetism. The ultimate goal will be for students to form an understanding that the source of magnetism in natural materials is moving charges. It...
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Greenhouse gas emissions and source distribution information is, in general, readily available across the developed world. A different picture, however, emerges from developing countries; for example there exists no long-term high freque...
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Ronald G. Prinn is the TEPCO Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Director of the Center for Global Change Science and Co-Director of the Joint Program on Science and Policy of Global Change at MIT. Professor Prinn's research interest...
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MIT-WHOI Joint Program student Danielle Gruen, is a member of Shuhei Ono's Stable Isotope Geobiology Laboratory. In this interview Gruen, who got hooked on astrobiology as an undergraduate, shares her passion for the BIG questions geo- a...
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Prior to his arrival at the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT, Crosby Postdoctoral Fellow Giulio Mariotti's research focus had been on the fundamental geomorphic mechanisms governing the morphological evoluti...
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Think all squash balls bounce the same? Think again! John and Bjorn--er--I mean, Aaron and Brad, look into what makes things bounce better than others. Ready for some physics? LET'S BOUNCE! ---------- Awesome MIT videos on planes, aero...
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Shuhei Ono is an assistant Professor of Geochemistry in EAPS at MIT. He is a low temperature geochemist with particular expertise in stable isotopes. Because stable isotopes remain unaltered over an extreme range of conditions, they prov...
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What if we could grow elevators to space? Or make phones that last for weeks without a charge? These things could someday be possible someday with an amazing material like carbon nanotubes. Alex takes you behind the curious way researche...
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When you cut the nerves from a squid brain to the skin, something unexpected happens with the tiny pouches of colored pigment, called chromatophores. Emily takes you behind this phenomenon, and how it can be explained and modeled on the ...
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May 16, 2014 Analysis of atmospheric delays and asymmetric positioning errors in the Global Positioning System Kathryn Z. Materna (advisor Prof. Thomas A. Herring) In her thesis, Analysis of atmospheric delays and asymmetric positio...
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May 16, 2014 The effect of volcanic aerosols on mid-latitude ozone recovery Jessica D. Haskins (advisor Prof. Susan Solomon) Jessica Haskins used the Specified Dynamics Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (SD-WACCM) in her thes...
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