2008 Tawani Antarcitc Expedition Video

submitted by: Edeker
In November 2008, an international team of distinguished scientists, educators and explorers embarked on a six week expedition to Antarctica. Their primary mission was to study the icy ecosystems of the Schirmacher Oasis and the perennially ice-covered Lake Untersee. In this exceptionally hostile environment, the team hoped to find a new species of "extremophile" - a hardy life form that exists and flourishes in conditions inhospitable to most known organisms. These discoveries could...

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Shawn Wright

submitted by: tcarrasc
TIR spectroscopy of shocked Deccan basalt: Implications for Mars and Martian meteorites: Shawn Wright, Institute of Meteoritics, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico - Hundreds of thousands of impact craters dominate the surfaces of the Moon, Mercury, and Mars. There exists much geomorphic and spectral evidence for basalt on those surfaces, so basaltic target rocks are most likely common. However, little work has been done on the thermal infrared (TIR)...

Brain Makeover

submitted by: Science Cheerleader
The Science Cheerleader, Physics Professor James Trefil of George Mason University, and the Philadelphia 76ers want you to give it up for the key concepts in science that will help you be a “scientific literate,” pain-free! (Pssst: Only 7% of the adult American population are science literate*, and that includes all the scientists and engineers. (*Why Science?, Teachers College Press, 11/1/97.) To start your Brain Makeover, click on any one of Trefil's 18 Big Ideas to watch a 76er...

A Walk Through Prevo Science Library, DePauw University

submitted by: Caroline Gilson

Take a video tour of the Prevo Science Library.

San Diego Science Festival -- The First Three Weeks

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The first three weeks at the Festival

San Diego Science Festival -- Commercial -- Spanish

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Commercial about the San Diego Science Festival runing on Aztec TV