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15165 min15-part Physics course92 CQ
Physics: it's what makes us who we are—and it's how we interact with the world. This course explains in detail all you need to know about modern physics concepts, from the big bang to black holes.
971 min9-part Chemistry course39 CQ
Explore the basic properties of gases and learn how gas molecules move, are measured, and react to changes in pressure, volume, and temperature with easy-to-understand illustrations and examples.
1172 min11-part Chemistry course43 CQ
This course on nuclear chemistry and radioactive decay from Prof. Amanda Holton discusses the differences among alpha, beta, and gamma decay; nuclear fusion and fission; and nuclear kinetics.
544 min5-part Physics course25 CQ
Wondering how nuclear fusion differs from fission? Why radioactivity produces energy? Discover answers to these questions and more in this physics course covering the science behind radioactivity.
658 min6-part Physics course32 CQ
After understanding the basics of quantum mechanics, learn about the early experiments on wave particle duality, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, and more in this advanced physics course.
12144 min12-part Physics course80 CQ
Ever wonder what energy really is? In this hands-on science course, discover different types of energy, how to measure it, and review fun experiments to get you stoked about this science concept!
422 min4-part Physics course13 CQ
Understanding the atom is essential to demystifying the secrets of the universe. In this course addressing the history of science, learn all about the concept of atoms, and basic subatomic theory!
551 min5-part Physics course28 CQ
Waves transmit information through the air every day, including by sound waves, radio waves, and light waves. In this course, discover fundamental properties of waves and see how they function.
6110 min6-part Physics course59 CQ
In this physics course, Moore Physics makes tricky concepts much easier to understand as he uses examples and experiments to demonstrate the physics behind stress, strain, and elasticity.
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Scientists were able to pinpoint the origin of a high-energy neutrino to a supermassive black hole for the first time.
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Whether using polished metal surfaces or clear glass, human beings have enjoyed admiring their reflections for centuries. In this episode, Josh and Chuck ref...
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In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, who can jump higher: a human or a flea?
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In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, Quantum Theory’s Copenhagen Interpretation and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) Paper.
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Physicists are working on answering some of the biggest questions using particle colliders and astronomical observatories.
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In today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, how the mosquito's stealthy takeoff maneuvers differ from other winged creatures.with 60-Second Science
In today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, how the mosquito's stealthy takeoff maneuvers differ from other winged creatures.
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The Nobel Prize in Physics recently went to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves". Today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science has the recap.with 60-Second Science
The Nobel Prize in Physics recently went to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves". Today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science has the recap.
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In today's Nerdy Curio from Engines of our Ingenuity, a reality we cannot fathom lies behind what we know and see.
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325 min3-part Biology course14 CQ
Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.
7107 min7-part iOS Development course57 CQ
Looking for a programming language that can do some heavy-lifting but doesn't take years to master? When programming for iOS, OS X, and watchOS, Apple's programming language Swift is the best choice!
11163 min11-part iPhones + iPads course88 CQ
Want to get the most out of your iPhone? This course from tech expert Todd Olthoff is the perfect guide, for everything from basic installation to built-in app features.
41572 min41-part Arduino course303 CQ
Want to build a new robot friend? How about create a cool LED sign? Whatever the gadget may be, get started with this beginner-friendly Arduino course from Open Source Hardware!
1270 min12-part Science course41 CQ
If you're looking for fun activities for kids that are equal parts science and craft, you'll love this course with lessons covering everything from homemade oobleck to egghead gardens.
11123 min11-part Microsoft Office course68 CQ
Microsoft Access, part of the Microsoft Office Professional suite, is the go-to entry-level software for mass tracking and managing of records. In need of your own data management system for your small business? This 14-lesson course for beginners from Amicron shows you how to use Access to create tables and run queries, sort and filter data using several easy-to-use parameters, work with different data types, and more.with Amicron
Microsoft Access, part of the Microsoft Office Professional suite, is the go-to entry-level software for mass tracking and managing of records. In need of your own data management system for your small business? This 14-lesson course for beginners from Amicron shows you how to use Access to create tables and run queries, sort and filter data using several easy-to-use parameters, work with different data types, and more.
36325 min36-part Web Development course181 CQ
Used on servers all over the Net, PHP is one of the most important web development tools. Learn the basics of PHP, and how to use the programming language to run, access, and edit a MySQL database!
37332 min37-part Databases course185 CQ
Over 37 lessons, this course provides a comprehensive introduction to the open source MySQL database management system so you can develop, maintain, and secure databases in the MySQL environment.
32244 min32-part Basic Computing course137 CQ
Learn the basics of how to use popular application software like Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access to compose text documents, create spreadsheets, edit images and videos, and more!
51598 min51-part Microsoft Office course322 CQ
MS Access 2013 is a powerful database tool for managing nearly every type of information. Get your database set up, and master the basics with this in-depth, user-friendly beginner’s course!