Helicopters: flight basics
A look at the basic physics of helicopter flight.
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The Science of Discworld - Professor Ian Stewart
The Science of Discworld series weaves together a Discworld story by Terry Pratchett which examines what happens when wizards meddle with history in a battle against the elves for the future of humanity, with scientific commentary by two University of Warwick researchers (mathematician and chaos theory expert Professor Ian Stewart and reproductive Biologist Dr Jack Cohen) on the evolution and development of the human mind, culture, language, art, and science. Professor Ian Stewart is a member o
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Launch of the new NMR facility
At the launch of the new NMR facility at the University of Warwick.
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Extreme Events: Analysis and Prediction
Holger Kantz, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems.
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2.4 Isaac Newton and Instrumentalism
Part 2.4. Short introduction to Isaac Newton's ideas on mathematics and the universe as well as his theory of gravitational force. Peter Millican also talks about the philosophical implications of Newton's calculations.
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Black Holes at the Large Hadron Collider - Prof Elizabeth Winstanley at ANU
We may think we live in a 3D world, but the latest advances in theoretical physics suggest we may occupy just a small slice of reality with many more dimensions. One consequence of these theories is that huge amounts of mini black holes may be formed by collisions at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). In this talk, Professor Elizabeth Winstanley will describe how these mini black holes are created, and what happens to them once they have
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Professor Discovers New Snail Species
Biology Professor Rob Dillon, along with College of Charleston alumni, discovered a new snail species in the Lowcountry named physa Carolinae.
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Biology Professor Rob Dillon, along with College of Charleston alumni, discovered a new snail species in the Lowcountry named physa Carolinae.
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The Spotlight - SoPHYSticated - Medical Physics and Applied Radiation Sciences
Features an interview with Mic Farquharson, Chair of the Medical Physics and Applied Radiation Sciences department. The discussion focuses on interesting research, the newly renovated Tandem Accelerator Lab, and information regarding the Honours Medical & Health Physics program. To view the episode, click on the image.
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Hazel Rymer, Senior Lecturer in Environmental Geophysics at The Open University
Hazel Rymer, volcanologist, shares her views on why her area of postgraduate study is important to a large sector of the public http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/science/index.htm
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Hazel Rymer, volcanologist, shares her views on why her area of postgraduate study is important to a large sector of the public http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/science/index.htm
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Mini-lecture: The solar maximum
Professor Louise Harra from UCL's Mullard Space Science Laboratory explains what is meant by the term 'solar maximum' -- and why space scientists think the phenomenon could have a significant impact on everyday life on Earth. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/1007/10072002
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Mini-lecture: The solar maximum
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Defining Quantum Computing
The next big thing in computing is very small. Professor Michelle Simmons explains quantum computing, a field so complex that one pundit says you never fully understand - you just learn to live with it.
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