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Posts Categorized: Science
Nice and short video explaining Doppler Effect: Doppler Effect
A good annotated listing of blogs in psychology: PsyBlog at http://www.spring.org.uk/2009/07/40-superb-psychology-blogs.php For collected posts from peer-reviewed research: http://researchblogging.org/
This colorful graphic depicts the steps in the scientific method: http://www.cooldailyinfographics.com/images/infographics/2014/04/The_Scientific_Method.jpg
I confess, I actually have not read many blogs related to EMS, preferring to spend what little spare time I have reading photography books and taking pictures! Delving into the blogosphere was more interesting and fun than I thought it would be! I found a blog titled ‘7 EMS Blogs You should read’ by Steve […]
Ok science types, it is time to get into those labs, garages, or hacker spaces and play (I mean study/learn). The video below is a demonstration of how to make heat reactive muscle fibers from twisted fishing line.”The application opportunities for these polymer muscles are vast,” said Ray Baughman, a materials scientist at the University […]
Special thanks to Rob Mccaffrey for sharing this with us from his trip to the Innovations Conference. eScience Labs LLC. provides complete and comprehensive hands-on science kits to support online and traditional courses in need of a laboratory solution. These are the same experiments you would find in a traditional academic lab, but designed and […]