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Stanford engineers build a water-droplet based computer that runs like clockwork

Stanford engineers build a water-droplet based computer that runs like clockwork

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. All the way from a Jacquard loom to the Babbage machines to the very early electronic computers, the fundamentals have been about manipulation of information. Computation and computers are bound by the laws of…

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Back the tap! Go bottled water-free.

Back the tap! Go bottled water-free.

I first took action because, when I was twelve and in grade seven, my teacher showed our class a documentary called “Blue Gold: World Water Wars.” A hard-hitting documentary that inspired me to do something. I first took…

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Encouraging Teacher Moved to Tears by Big Gift for His Community

Encouraging Teacher Moved to Tears by Big Gift for His Community

So should I call you Robert or Mr. Dunham? Well, it’s your show. Whatever works for you. Oh, it’s my show now. Thank you, Robert. We’ll tell Ellen quickly. [LAUGHTER] Now, I saw a photo of you cutting…

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BubblePopper / Exertion Games Lab – RMIT

BubblePopper / Exertion Games Lab – RMIT

With BubblePopper we wanted to explore what it meant to have two players sharing one space and one screen and see if we could encourage body contact. The aim of Bubble Popper is to pop as many bubbles…

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Joggobot / Exertion Games Lab | RMIT University

Joggobot / Exertion Games Lab | RMIT University

Eberhard Grather – Exertion Games Lab, Visiting Researcher (FH Salzburg, Austria) With this research we try to investigate the bigger picture of how people exercise in the future and what role robots will play in it. People enjoy…

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Penn State Lives Here: Inspiration Meets Perspiration

Penn State Lives Here: Inspiration Meets Perspiration

NARRATOR: You come here thinking, “This is where I learn a profession, start my career…land a good-paying job.” And so…you attend class… Write papers… Debate outcomes… Design buildings… Alter enzymes… You study and you work…hard. But the funny…

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Microplastics in the Pacific Ocean

Microplastics in the Pacific Ocean
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Student gets accepted to WVU at football game Matthew Green

Student gets accepted to WVU at football game Matthew Green

Sweatshirt that he’s wearing. Yeah, I saw it. Why do you think he’s wearing it? No way. No way. (Cheering) I got accepted? Holy (expletive). Oh my God. No way. Yes way. Oh my God. Give your mom…

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Improve Your Vocabulary | Study Tips | Grow your Vocabulary

Improve Your Vocabulary | Study Tips | Grow your Vocabulary

Hello my Socratica friends! We’re here to help you be a great student. Today we’re going to talk about how to improve your vocabulary. Building your vocabulary is essential if you want to communicate your ideas effectively. It…

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Students surprised with spirit sweatshirts

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ERIN: STUDENTS AT WATKINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOWING OFF THEIR SCHOOL SPIRIT TODAY. SOUTHERN FARM BUREAU INSURANCE AND THE CLOTHING COMPANY AGAPE NORTH SURPRISED STUDENTS WITH A DONATION OF 375 SCHOOL SPIRIT SWEATSHIRTS. AGAPE NORTH IS A CAUSE-BASED CLOTHING…

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