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Litvinenko - the polonium facts | FT World [Video]Litvinenko - the polonium facts | FT World

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs FT eastern Europe editor Neil Buckley speaks to Professor Norman Dombey, a leading physicist who has told a public inquiry that the polonium-210 used to kill former Russian..

Financial Times -   05:22

Women in Physics Conference [Video]Women in Physics Conference

Jefferson Lab physicist Latifa Elouadrhiri is pictured in Hall B with the Large Acceptance Spectrometer Thursday January 17, 2019. Elouadrhiri will be part of the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics this weekend supporting undergraduate..

NYDN tronc -   01:16

The case for curiosity-driven research | Suzie Sheehy [Video]The case for curiosity-driven research | Suzie Sheehy

Seemingly pointless scientific research can lead to extraordinary discoveries, says physicist Suzie Sheehy. In a talk and tech demo, she shows how many of our modern technologies are tied to centuries-old, curiosity-driven experiments -- and makes the..

TED -   09:19

Some Days You're the Windshield.... Some Days You're the Bug [Video]Some Days You're the Windshield.... Some Days You're the Bug

Learn about enhancing your perception and surviving in an increasingly uncertain future with retired aerospace engineer and physicist Dale E. Graff and host Elizabeth Jackson.

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CERN Reveals Design For 62-Mile-Round Successor To The Large Hadron Collider [Video]CERN Reveals Design For 62-Mile-Round Successor To The Large Hadron Collider

According to a report by Gizmodo, a scientific collaboration has released the first concept design for the Large Hadron Collider's successor, an enormous new experiment that would take place in a 62-mile long underground tunnel. The ambitious..

Wochit -   00:49

10 New Scientists Join Congress [Video]10 New Scientists Join Congress

According to Business Insider, not only are there a record number of women joining the ranks of the new 116th Congress, there’s also more scientists! Last November, 10 new science-credentialed candidates were elected: one senator and nine members..

Wochit -   00:41

Stars Who Died In 2018 [Video]Stars Who Died In 2018

As we welcome in 2019, we will also have to say farewell to a number of celebrities that the world lost in 2018. Comicbook.com compiled a tribute to stars that passed away in 2018. The list includes: 1. Stan Lee, Comic legend 2. Stephen Hawking,..

Wochit -   00:49

The 100-year old house, housed inside a lab [Video]The 100-year old house, housed inside a lab

A Victorian-style house recreated inside a British university's laboratory is helping researchers figure out how to make homes energy efficient, even if it was constructed a century ago. Matthew Larotonda reports.

Reuters Studio -   01:42

Physicist Has A Simple Formula For Success [Video]Physicist Has A Simple Formula For Success

According to Business Insider, "In a new book, physicist and network scientist Albert-László Barabási gives a simple formula that describes how successful a given endeavor will be. His research suggests that success is a combination of a good idea..

Wochit -   00:30

Future of space tourism in doubt? [Video]Future of space tourism in doubt?

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs The crash of a Virgin Galactic spacecraft on a test flight has thrown into doubt the future of space tourism. FT science editor Clive Cookson and space physicist David..

Financial Times -   05:51

Oaxaca celebrates Christmas 'roots' with radish festival [Video]Oaxaca celebrates Christmas 'roots' with radish festival

Oaxaca in Mexico turns ordinary radishes into art at Christmas time, for a festival that dates back over a century. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Reuters Studio -   01:13

Shocking Guitar Teaching Method: Robot Tases You When You Screw Up [Video]Shocking Guitar Teaching Method: Robot Tases You When You Screw Up

If you're considering a New Year's resolution, why not take up the guitar? After all, Digital Trends reports help is here to let you teach yourself, the Skinnerian way. Irish physics grad Ethan David has made a robot that will help you learn to play..

Wochit -   00:51

Brian May to release first solo single for 20 years [Video]Brian May to release first solo single for 20 years

Brian May to release first solo single for 20 years The Queen guitarist is to drop track 'New Horizons', which will feature words spoken by the late physicist Stephen Hawking in tribute to NASA's New Horizons mission, which is due to complete the most..

Wibbitz - Bang Entertainment -   01:05

The Coolest Things That Happened in Science in 2018 [Video]The Coolest Things That Happened in Science in 2018

These are a few of the most important events in science this year.

Buzz60 -   00:58

China is building a nuclear test facility modeled after America's Z machine [Video]China is building a nuclear test facility modeled after America's Z machine

China is building a version of America's Z machine that will simulate thermonuclear explosions at a much larger scale.

Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me -   00:49

China building nuclear test facility to rival America's Z machine [Video]China building nuclear test facility to rival America's Z machine

MIANYANG, CHINA — China is building a version of America's Z machine that will simulate thermonuclear explosions at a much larger scale. The South China Morning Post reports that according to a Beijing-based nuclear physicist, researchers at the..

TomoNews US -   01:09

What Tesla Would Have Been Called If Elon Musk Hadn't Bought The Rights To Tesla Name [Video]What Tesla Would Have Been Called If Elon Musk Hadn't Bought The Rights To Tesla Name

Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that if he hadn't bought the rights to the Tesla name, he was going to use the name "Faraday," which is now used by one of Tesla's competitors. According to Business Insider, Musk had to wait over 10 years and pay $11..

Wochit -   00:34

Einstein's 'God Letter' breaks record, fetches nearly $3 million [Video]Einstein's 'God Letter' breaks record, fetches nearly $3 million

A handwritten letter in which Nobel physicist Albert Einstein took issue with the concept of religion and his own Jewish faith was sold for $2,892,500 at auction in New York. Roselle Chen reports.

Rumble -   01:11

Controversial Gene Editing Physicist Missing [Video]Controversial Gene Editing Physicist Missing

Only a week after announcing that he altered the DNA of embryos for seven couples, He Jiankui is now missing. He was last seen at a conference in Hong Kong. Elizabeth Cook reports. (12-3-2018)

CBS 5 SF KPIX -   02:02

'Alien Artifacts' Could be Hiding in Our Solar System Experts Say [Video]'Alien Artifacts' Could be Hiding in Our Solar System Experts Say

Harvard astronomers say interstellar objects should be investigated as they could be alien in origin. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

Buzz60 -   01:10

Controversial Gene Editing Physicist Has Bay Area Ties [Video]Controversial Gene Editing Physicist Has Bay Area Ties

The Chinese physicist at the center of the global controversy over gene editing has Bay Area ties, even once warning a UC Berkeley professor about his plans to create the world's first genetically-modified babies. Christin Ayers reports. (11-27-2018)

CBS 5 SF KPIX -   02:32

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