Tag: Science

ICPSR Keynote Data Story: Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Insights from Big Data

ICPSR Keynote Data Story: Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Insights from Big Data

[Raj Chetty] Perfect. All right, well thank you so much. Can you all hear me, is that fine? So thanks so much for having me, it’s a pleasure to be here to speak with all of you today….

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Birmingham Fellows: Full Circle – Episode One

Birmingham Fellows: Full Circle – Episode One
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Edward P. Ney Graduate Student Fellowship in Astrophysics – Cody

Edward P. Ney Graduate Student Fellowship in Astrophysics – Cody

I’m Cody Carr. I’m originally from Michigan. I did my undergrad in Michigan as well. I went to a small, liberal arts school called Kalamazoo College. There I got a Bachelor of Arts in both mathematics and physics….

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TiPA

TiPA

it’s not question of if tidal energy is going to happen it’s already happening it’s a question of how quickly we can bring the cost down to make tidal main stream and that’s where cheaper comes in teper…

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Don’t Laugh News Challenge: How Goes Gravity Work?

Don’t Laugh News Challenge: How Goes Gravity Work?

– Hi, I still don’t know what I’m about to say because I’m big stupid idiot. Go to Dropout.tv to start your free trial today. For every episode of breaking news that’s here, there’s another episode only available…

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Why being respectful to your coworkers is good for business | Christine Porath

Why being respectful to your coworkers is good for business | Christine Porath

Who do you want to be? It’s a simple question, and whether you know it or not, you’re answering it every day through your actions. This one question will define your professional success more than any other, because…

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2018 CCS Summer Undergraduate Fellowships: Kristen Klitgaard

2018 CCS Summer Undergraduate Fellowships: Kristen Klitgaard

I’m in the Mazer lab, working with PhD candidate Kristen Peach and we are studying alter genetic variation in Clarkia Unguiculata, which is a wild is a wild flowering plant in California. Specifically this summer, we are studying…

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Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. Frugality is embedded in an Indian’s mindset. The resources are so constrained– are so limited that you have to go down the frugal route. The natural flavor in us, it came out. And it…

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John M. Logsdon at MIT – Forty Years of Space Activity – 1998 MA Space Grant Consortium Lecture

John M. Logsdon at MIT – Forty Years of Space Activity – 1998 MA Space Grant Consortium Lecture
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Could Mosquitoes Actually Cure This Disease?

Could Mosquitoes Actually Cure This Disease?

For half of the planet, mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance. Their bites transmit parasites and viruses that kill millions of people each year. One of them, dengue virus, causes dengue fever. It’s often called breakbone fever…

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