Engineering

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    104 min
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    4-part Engineering course
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    How to Build a Computer From Scratch
    A 4-part course with Carey Holzman
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    Building a computer from scratch? Watch how to do each step from start to finish—from choosing the right computer hardware, to installing the motherboard, to booting up your new DIY computer!

    Building a computer from scratch? Watch how to do each step from start to finish—from choosing the right computer hardware, to installing the motherboard, to booting up your new DIY computer!

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    110 min
    11-part Computer Science course
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    How to Set Up a Wireless Network
    An 11-part course with CPU Modder
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    Learn how to set up a do-it-yourself home wireless network in this course. From terminology and equipment to setup and best practices, this hands-on IT course teaches how to build a wifi network.

    Learn how to set up a do-it-yourself home wireless network in this course. From terminology and equipment to setup and best practices, this hands-on IT course teaches how to build a wifi network.

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    58 min
    9-part Engineering course
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    Introduction to Sensors
    A 9-part course with Dorian McIntire
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    Sensors perform a hugely valuable function in electronic devices, and in this course, electrical engineer Dorian McIntire provides an in-depth look at how different kinds of sensors operate.

    Sensors perform a hugely valuable function in electronic devices, and in this course, electrical engineer Dorian McIntire provides an in-depth look at how different kinds of sensors operate.

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    82 min
    15-part Engineering course
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    Understanding the DTFT & Its Properties
    A 15-part course with Anish Turlapaty
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    In this course, learn what defines the discrete-time Fourier transform, how it is related to different signal functions, as well as how to evaluate its properties numerically and graphically.

    In this course, learn what defines the discrete-time Fourier transform, how it is related to different signal functions, as well as how to evaluate its properties numerically and graphically.

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    33 min
    6-part Engineering course
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    How to Make Simple Electronic Circuits
    A 6-part course with Surya Penmetsa
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    Are you an electronics hobbyist who wants to start building simple electronic circuits with LEDs? This course is a great way to apply a circuitry foundation and learn a bit of electrical engineering!

    Are you an electronics hobbyist who wants to start building simple electronic circuits with LEDs? This course is a great way to apply a circuitry foundation and learn a bit of electrical engineering!

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    86 min
    7-part Engineering course
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    Public Speaking for Engineers
    A 7-part course with TJ Walker
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    Are you an engineer who wants to improve your public speaking skills? In this course, learn to deliver a persuasive presentation that highlights your expertise and encourages people to take action.

    Are you an engineer who wants to improve your public speaking skills? In this course, learn to deliver a persuasive presentation that highlights your expertise and encourages people to take action.

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    213 min
    14-part Engineering course
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    Electronics 101
    A 14-part course with HumanHardDrive
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    Analog technology remains essential to electronic communication. In this course, learn the analog electronics basics that everyone interested in technology and engineering should know.

    Analog technology remains essential to electronic communication. In this course, learn the analog electronics basics that everyone interested in technology and engineering should know.

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    78 min
    4-part Engineering course
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    Electrical Engineering Concepts
    A 4-part course with HumanHardDrive
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    Feel like you’ve got your wires crossed when it comes to electrical engineering? This course is a great refresher for engineering students looking to brush up on a few concepts before an exam!

    Feel like you’ve got your wires crossed when it comes to electrical engineering? This course is a great refresher for engineering students looking to brush up on a few concepts before an exam!

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    62 min
    9-part Arduino course
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    Using Electronic Sensors in Arduino
    A 9-part course with Dr Peter Dalmaris
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    Electronic sensors are the eyes and ears of machines. In this course, learn about a variety of sensors and their applications, and discover how to implement them in your Arduino prototyping setup.

    Electronic sensors are the eyes and ears of machines. In this course, learn about a variety of sensors and their applications, and discover how to implement them in your Arduino prototyping setup.

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    The XP-75
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, the story of a failed airplane design in the race to build a perfect airplane.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, the story of a failed airplane design in the race to build a perfect airplane.

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    Rudolph Diesel
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, an inventor and his engine.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, an inventor and his engine.

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    US History Nerdy Curio
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    The Erie Canal
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, we ride 568 feet uphill in a barge.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, we ride 568 feet uphill in a barge.

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    Ants Exhibit Towering Engineering Skills
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Ants are known for their elaborate underground tunnels and caverns. But ants also build tall, Eiffel Tower-like columns—with their own bodies

    Ants are known for their elaborate underground tunnels and caverns. But ants also build tall, Eiffel Tower-like columns—with their own bodies

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    This Cellphone Needs No Battery
    A lesson with 60-Second Science
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    In today’s Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, engineers have developed a smartphone that doesn't run out of juice.

    In today’s Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, engineers have developed a smartphone that doesn't run out of juice.

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    The Long and The Short of Elevators
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity explores the engineering challenges and innovations that get you to the top.

    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity explores the engineering challenges and innovations that get you to the top.

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    Crazy Engineering: Astrodynamics
    A lesson with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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    In today’s Nerdy Curio from NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, learn about the astrodynamics behind the Cassini spacecraft's Grand Finale.

    In today’s Nerdy Curio from NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, learn about the astrodynamics behind the Cassini spacecraft's Grand Finale.

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    Biology Nerdy Curio
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    Should We Grow Human Organs In Pigs?
    A lesson with Minute Earth
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    An amazing new technology will let scientists grow new kidneys for patients using their own stem cells inside of pigs. But how does this work, and is it ethical? Watch today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth to learn more.

    An amazing new technology will let scientists grow new kidneys for patients using their own stem cells inside of pigs. But how does this work, and is it ethical? Watch today's Nerdy Curio from Minute Earth to learn more.

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    Engineering Nerdy Curio
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    What We Don't See At First
    A lesson with Engines of our Ingenuity
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    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity exposes gear teeth, highway curves, paper clips, and other technologies we don't see at first.

    Today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity exposes gear teeth, highway curves, paper clips, and other technologies we don't see at first.

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