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Doctoral Research in Chemical Engineering

Doctoral Research in Chemical Engineering

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My research is about the production of biodiesel from algae in supercritical ethanol, so basically I put an alcohol high-pressure and high-temperature to convert the biomass and biofuels. The University of Birmingham is one of the best universities in the UK, especially in my field of chemical engineering, and the city’s really good, so it’s […]

Pampsiquismo: uma teoria sobre a relação mente e cérebro

Pampsiquismo: uma teoria sobre a relação mente e cérebro

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CARES Module 3 | SHS Strand: Humanities and Social Sciences

CARES Module 3 | SHS Strand: Humanities and Social Sciences

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Do you dream of becoming a journalist like Jessica Soho or Kara David? Do you want to become a public servant like VP Leni or Senator Bam? If yes, then HUMSS or Humanities and Social Sciences strand may be for you! The HUMSS strand was made for students who love reading, writing, and talking with […]

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree COSI / COlor in Science & Industry /

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[intro music] [journalist:] We are on the campus “Carnot” of the University Jean Monnet (in France), We’re setting-out to discover the Master Degree COSI. To do so, I have the opportunity to have Prof. Alain Tremeau by my side. Hi! [Alain Tremeau:] Hi! So, first, “COSI”, what does that mean? “COlour in Science and Industry” […]

The Impact of Education Research

The Impact of Education Research

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So the, our Engineering is Elementary project has introduced young elementary aged kids to engineering, and, engaged them in an engineering designed challenge. And to date, we’ve reached about 10 million children, and a hundred and ten thousand teachers nation-wide. So technology has that advantage, that it can really impact at scale. So for our […]

Doctoral Research in Mathematics

Doctoral Research in Mathematics

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My research involves looking at how fluids flow, of fluids with fibers in them, so I do a lot of things on MatLab, with simulations of how the fibers change, with things such as shear flow or pressure against like. My typical day would be sitting on MatLab and running simulations, I’d do some analytics […]

ALL OF IGCSE EDEXCEL BIOLOGY (A*-U) – GCSE Biology Revision – SCIENCE WITH HAZEL

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Hi, guys. My tripod seems jammed, so I’m just going to film it like this. Luckily, I don’t need to say very much. It’s just to introduce my latest upload, which is IGCSE EDEXCEL BIOLOGY all-in-one video. It’s about two hours long. The timings are all below in the description box if you want to […]

Multicultural Diversity and the Educational Experience (2017)

Multicultural Diversity and the Educational Experience (2017)

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[MUSIC PLAYING] A lot of people will try to say, oh, we’ll just put a person of color in something. That’s diversity. I think that’s one of the main misconceptions. People just think diversity is everything physical, everything that you can see right off the bat, but it’s absolutely not. Diversity is more than race. […]

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Scientists’ brains are wired to see differently

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Scientists’ brains are wired to see differently

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I get the sense that most people have never met a scientist in their life much less be able to claim one as their friend. So, here I am visible in many ways – on the internet, social media, documentaries and people see that. And they write me a letter as though I am their […]

Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

Facebook, Twitter Revolutionizing How Parents Stalk Their College-Aged Kids

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It’s back to school season, and for a lot of you out there, that means kids going back to college. – Right. The networking website, Facebook, is a great tool to help you keep in constant contact with your grown kids. And here to show us how it all works is Today Now’s own E-Mom, […]