Improving Physics Education and Career Advice

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Douglas Duncan talks about improving science education with a variety of new methods. Hosted by the Inter-Continental Advanced Materials for Photonics (I-CAMP) Summer School in Beijing, China, July 16, 2009. Learn about this event at: Learn more about the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM) at: Read about future events here:

SPHP: Professor Andrew Alleyne, Mechanical Science & Engineering

submitted by: rwiltfon
Feedback is a fundamental concept in Natural and Engineered systems. Not only is it fundamental, it is pervasive. From the smallest scales inside cells to the largest scales of geo-spatial weather patterns; it keeps natural systems in balance and prevents any one aspect of a natural system from becoming problematic. Feedback also governs systems developed by humans. In engineered systems it is also pervasive. It provides the ability to continuously balance tradeoffs between competing...

MORE is MORE 2: 4D Product Design for the Everyday

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This is 25 MINUTE VIDEO OF THE 8 HOURS event. (Good resolution please wait for download if no immediate streaming.) Designing Design Research 7: "MORE is MORE 2 - 4D Product Design for The Everyday" DANA CENTRE, Science Museum, Queen's Gate, South Kensington, London, SW7, UK. Tuesday 6th May 2008. "Is complexity science with arts&design about give us 'polite robotic traffic lights', an 'angry robot toaster', and delightfully choreographed buildings"? MORE is MORE 2 was an...

Scripps Translational Science Institute - Welcome Video

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The Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI), in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Translational Science Award (CTSA) Consortium is transforming how clinical and translational research is conducted, ultimately enabling researchers to provide new treatments more efficiently and quickly to patients. For more information see:

ES4FUN 2.3 - NanoteC08

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ES4FUN is a Physics-driven educational project with the aim of spreading universal scientific concepts in a game context, with research high-tech and audio+video clip support Multitudinary interactive game was designed and implemented to spread the concepts structural organization, symmetries and feedback, which are relevant for nanotechnology. The clip has been made with the graphic material recorded during the NanoteC08 (26-30 August 2008, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK)....