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TEDTalks Science and Medicine
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Some of the world's greatest scientists, doctors and medical researchers share their discoveries and visions onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world. You can also download these and many other videos free on TED.com, with an interactive English transcript and subtitles in up to 80 languages. TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
 
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Global Ideas | Deutsche Welle
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50 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing passionate people and innovative projects from around the world aimed at combating climate change.
 
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NASACast: This Week @ NASA Video
 
A weekly video summary of the latest news, events and mission activities at NASA.
 
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DNews
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Welcome to DNews, an exciting venture into the awesome world of science brought to you by Discovery. Hosts Trace Dominguez, Julia Wilde, Julian Huguet, Crystal Dilworth, and Amy Shira Teitel don't just tell you what you should know, they give you the lowdown on everything from robotic arms to glow-in-the-dark plants, in order to help you comprehend the science of our everyday lives. For more science news, visit DiscoveryNews.com.
 
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Psychological Science
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These are screencasts for Dr. David B. Miller's sections of General Psychology I. (PSYC 1100) at the University of Connecticut, reviewing many key topics covered in course lectures.
 
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MinutePhysics
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Cool physics and other sweet science - all in a few minutes!
 
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Autism Science Foundation Weekly Science Report
 
The week in autism research discoveries
 
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NASA Edge
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Audio podcast featuring information and interviews about NASA Edge.
 
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Tomorrow Today: The Science Magazine
 
DW’s science program Tomorrow Today focuses on current topics in research, and is aimed at anyone who is interested in ongoing projects in Germany and Europe. Our reports use terms and concepts that are easily understood, portrayed in interesting ways, and address the core issues at stake.
 
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NASA X Vodcasts
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NASA X is a new NASA television show and video podcast that follows innovative new technologies and the NASA scientists, researchers and engineers who are putting them to work for us.
 
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Universe Today Video
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All Universe Today Video Content
 
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Science Nation
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An online magazine examining the breakthroughs and the possibilities for new discoveries about our planet, our universe and ourselves. Each week, Science Nation takes a dynamic, entertaining look at the research--and the researchers--that will change our lives.
 
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NYT's Science and Environment (Video)
 
New York Times video reports about health and science.
 
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USGS Earthquake Science Center Seminars
 
Open dialogue about important issues in earthquake science presented by Center scientists, visitors, and invitees.
 
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FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research: Drug Info Rounds
 
FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research Drug Info Rounds Video Podcast
 
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TMRO:Space
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TMRO:Space - For the Space Geek in all of us
 
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Imedex E-Learning (Video)
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New and exciting data presented each day during the conference and address the potential impact on current clinical practice.
 
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GlidewellDental.com - Clinical and Product Presentations from Glidewell Laboratories
 
GlidewellDental.com - Glidewell Laboratories offers free clinical and product presentations in order to contribute to the overall knowledge of practicing dental professionals.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
eco@africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own. eco@africa offers insight and moves people to help protect the environment.
 
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Nash's Chemistry Class
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High School Chemistry Podcasts, notes from my class for my students.
 
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What does a black hole look like? No one knows for sure. Artists make their images based on what physicists think they look like.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
This week we have a roundtable discussion asking what NASA's role should be in 2030 and beyond. We're joined by Space MIke, Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut, Jared Head and Cariann Higginbotham. Launches: Antares Launch Long March 4C Launch Delta II Launch News: First light on a revolutionary Zwicky Transient Facility Telescope Space Keg reaches ...…
 
Your body keeps your brain and your blood separate to filter out toxins and viruses. However, this barrier might be too good at its job.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
The ViaSat-2 satellite could provide a continuous internet connection from North America to Europe. Here's how this massive satellite works.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
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Global Ideas | Deutsche Welle
 
Açaí is the most popular fruit found in the Amazon region. The berries have also gained an international reputation as a superfood. Employing sustainable methods to raise and harvest them helps protect the rainforest, and also makes business sense.
 
Science and Supplies Launched to Space Station, Dream Chaser Free Flight Test and more ...
 
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Tomorrow Today: The Science Magazine
 
Maria Soloveychik from Israel and Charly Chahwan from Lebanon have founded a bio-tech company in California. They're developing drugs to combat cancer and other genetically caused diseases. The joint venture would be impossible in their homelands.
 
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Tomorrow Today: The Science Magazine
 
The SESAME research center's particle accelerator in Jordan is aimed at strengthening scientific research in the Middle East. It's hoped it will also boost peace efforts. What are the chances of that?
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Animal droppings and pond water might not sound appetizing, but they can help produce tasty crops: These farmers in Nigeria are integrating agriculture with poultry and fish farming to cut waste and boost production.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
A Zimbabwean startup is tackling plastic waste by recycling it into a product that also helps save energy. They've developed Temperature Bags, which allow food to keep cooking after being warmed briefly on the stove.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Terra Preta is a highly fertile mixture based on an old indigenous formula from the Amazon region. Farmers in Germany are using it to improve soil which has been exhausted by years of monoculture.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Uganda's crowded capital Kampala offers little space to grow crops. But some schools in the city are promoting a new initiative - which helps students stay healthy and save money.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Botswana's Chobe National Park offers a complete package for eco-tourists, including a renewable-powered hotel that recycles water and waste, and safari trips in silent, emission-free e-cars.
 
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USGS Earthquake Science Center Seminars
 
Predicting Ground Motions from Magnitude 9 Cascadia Earthquakes Using 3D Simulations
 
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USGS Earthquake Science Center Seminars
 
Seismic Site Characterization: Measure, Mark and Cut of VS Profiles and VS30 Using a Flexible Multi-method Approach
 
The Space Mike Hologram is still out for repair, but we expect engineering to have it functioning again soon. Until then we're joined by Tim Dodd the Everyday Astronaut and Benjamin live from the Star Ship Benterprise to talk about Commercial Crew and what we can look forward to in 2018. Launches: Long March 3B - Chinasat 9A Vega - Mohammed VI- ...…
 
Saturn's rings are iconic and instantly recognizable, but what exactly are they and how did they form first place?By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
Hubble Sees Light Echo from Exploded Star, Powering Saturn's Active Ocean Moon and more ...
 
The superlattices used in metamaterials can be built using crystals called "artificial atoms" What exactly are these tiny building blocks?By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
There are cargo planes out there big enough to freight cars or even spaceship parts. How are these massive planes made?By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
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Nash's Chemistry Class
 
Honors Chemistry podcast over balancing chemical equations.
 
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Tomorrow Today: The Science Magazine
 
An animal that barely reacts to pain is bound to attract scientific attention. But the rodent also has other puzzling attributes. For example, the creature's brain and heart can function without oxygen for a long time.
 
The global energy requirement is set to double by 2040 compared to 2015 levels. In western Uganda, a new hydroelectric power plant is under construction on the River Lubilia. However, there are also downsides to the project.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Rising sea levels are destroying farmland by making it too salty. But a women's cooperative is taking its destiny into its own hands and planting grass and trees to take back the land and make it once again fertile.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Seeing climate change as an opportunity to promote entrepreneurial culture is not always easy in Africa. The best way to do it is by working together, says Fredrick Ochieng’ Ouma, Kenya coordinator for the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Architect Chinwe Ohajuruka's eco village in Port Harcourt, Nigeria could become a environmentally friendly model that helps to ease the country's housing crisis.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
The largest ever transfer of wild animals is underway in Africa to repopulate a national park in Mozambique. Thousands of animals from several countries will be brought to Zinave National Park over the next three years.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
A French mason and a farmer from Burkina Faso have revived an ancient African construction technique using only organic materials. The resulting homes are as elegant as they are eco-friendly.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world, but coffee cultivation contributes to greenhouse gases. Now an industrial designer has found a sustainable use for coffee waste.
 
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USGS Earthquake Science Center Seminars
 
Characterizing injection-induced seismicity in the United States
 
A Yellowstone supervolcano eruption is becoming more and more likely. Luckily for us, NASA has a plan to stop it.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
More people have been to the moon than to the ocean's Twilight Zone. Why is it so hard to get there, and why do these scientists want to go?By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
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Autism Science Foundation Weekly Science Report
 
This week’s podcast focuses on two studies that help illustrate why studying individuals with a specific genetic mutation, or animal models with a particular genetic mutation, are so important. MSSM researchers focused on individuals with FOXP1 Syndrome, which has a high rate of autism and could be the focus of future treatments. In the meantim ...…
 
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Global Ideas | Deutsche Welle
 
A woodland walk is a wonderful thing. Deep among the trees, where the air is unbeatably fresh, there’s an atmosphere of peace and calm. Forests also provide many raw materials, but what shape are they in?
 
Diana Alsindy, Jocelyn Clancy, William Pomerantz and Becca Thoss join us in-studio to talk about the first year of the Brooke Owens Fellowship. Created to honor the legacy of a beloved space industry pioneer and accomplished pilot, Dawn Brooke Owens (1980 – 2016), the Brooke Owens Fellowship Program is designed to serve both as an inspiration a ...…
 
Electronics use an electron's charge to encode information. Now, scientists are using spin instead-- and it could revolutionize everything.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
Nomination Hearing for Bridenstine to be NASA Administrator, Orion Launch Pad Emergency Exit Tests and more ...
 
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Global Ideas | Deutsche Welle
 
In Bangladesh, climate change is already having drastic effects. A third of its surface area is just above sea-level. Now Transparency International is carefully monitoring the country’s use of international climate funds.
 
NASA EDGE meets with Project Scientist Tom Moore to update the progress of the Magnestopheric Multiscale Mission (MMS). Magnetic reconnection is happening in Space and the MMS spacecraft are capturing the data and getting a much clearer picture of this phenomena.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
At the Victoria Falls Snake Park, handlers are teaching local kids about snake behaviour and trying to raise interest for the protection of these slithering animals — hopefully making such encounteres less scary.
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
A German entrepreneur has come up with a novel way to use the tons of used coffee grounds produced every day — and has created tiny planters to grow gourmet mushrooms at home.
 
Traditional stone fire pits use up a lot of firewood and expose users to possibly dangerous fumes. A development organization has come up with an improved cooking stove that uses half the amount of fuel.
 
Students have developed a solar-powered e-car — the blue.cruiser. It's made from renewable, vegan and recycable material. It's also emission free. Could it become the future of mobility?
 
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Eco-at-Africa: The Environment Magazine
 
In Uganda access to clean drinking water is a luxury, especially in rural areas. But a social business wants to change that. They're selling water filters to schools where the public water system doesn't always work the way it should.
 
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USGS Earthquake Science Center Seminars
 
The influence of hydraulic fracturing in carbon storage performance
 
Franklin talks to three AP Physics students from Oxon Hill High School in Maryland about their class project demonstrating magnetic reconnection.
 
Jupiter has the most powerful auroras in our solar system. However, when scientists looked closer, they didn't find what they expected.By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
NASA EDGE visits the STEM Innovation Lab at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to discover how Virtual Reality is being used to promote science and engineering.
 
Chris Prophet, author of "SpaceX From The Ground Up" joins us to talk about the present and future plans of SpaceX. Includes BFR, BFS, Earth to Earth, Earth to Moon and Earth to Mars transit. Interested in the book? Grab the Kindle edition here:https://www.amazon.com/SpaceX-Ground-Up-Chris-Prophet-ebook/dp/B01CUUUZZ2 News: NASA's Dawn Mission G ...…
 
Hearing someone scream immediately sends your body into a cascade of defense responses, but why? What's happening in the brain?By feedback@testtube.com (TestTube).
 
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