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Download Course Materials | Introduction to Computational Thinking and Data Science | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Welcome!<p>This is one of over 2,200 courses on OCW. Find materials for this course in the pages linked along the left.<p><b>MIT OpenCourseWare</b> is a free & …

7 Ways to Talk About Your Success Without Sounding Like You Are Bragging

While there's no need to minimize your achievement, you don't want to sound arrogant.<p>"Before I took over managing the team, no one knew what they were doing. If it weren't for me, they'd probably be out of business." Cringe-worthy comments like that are usually met with an eye roll.<p>No one likes a …

Self-improvement

How an Illinois team discovered the world's first prosthetic molecule: BTN LiveBIG

For centuries, prosthetic limbs have been used to help people move through their everyday lives. Recent technological advancements give users the …

Big Ten

The Most Honest Three Minutes In Television History

Looking Down From The Top Of The World's Second-Tallest Building

If you're afraid of heights, this might make you dizzy<p>When the 2,073-foot Shanghai Tower opens in April, it will stand as the world’s second-tallest building, after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. That makes it a prized summit for urban adventurers; Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov illegally climbed …

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Planetary Society to test its LightSail solar sail in May http://bit.ly/15Qy4WY

From a sea cave over the Pacific, two planets and the moon. Photo by Jack Fusco. Details: http://bit.ly/1D95udT

Southwestern Ontario light pillars by Kelly Schenk

Kickstarter arrives on iPad

Kickstarter developers Brandon Williams and Zack Sears explained the thinking behind the new app: In short, they wanted to change how the navigation works to specifically target the tablet form factor. They eventually chose a vertical spectrum of categories, each with projects that you can swipe …

Swiftech H220-X CPU Liquid Cooling Kit Build + Review

Apple

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Here's A Simple Brain Teaser That Will Blow Your Mind

Try this Brain Teaser! Read this through just once and see the outcome. Stop thinking for just a few minutes and relax. Now start reading and answer …

The 50 Most Dazzling Pictures From Space

Taking pictures in space ain’t just point and shoot. When a spacecraft is billions of miles from home, it takes an awful lot of data processing and …

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Amazing Animated Optical Illusions! #6

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Could we harness power from black holes?

It might seem like an absurd idea, but physicists have long pondered whether black holes could one day be tapped for energy, says Phil Ball. But how possible is it?<p>Imagine the scene: highly advanced civilisations get enormous amounts of energy from black holes, be it extracting it from collapsed …

Why science needs imagination and beauty

How do the best scientists solve life’s greatest mysteries? A Nobel Prize winner takes you inside his mind and explains why the key is imaginative play.<p>Albert Einstein famously said: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” They’re both important, says physicist and Nobel Prize recipient …

A new way to look for axions

<b>By Hamish Johnston</b><p>There’s an interesting preprint on the <i>arXiv</i> server that proposes a new way of detecting dark-matter particles. I’ve been thinking …

Researchers have confirmed the existence of water on Mars. Curiosity took samples of sand from Rocknest, analysed it with an instrument called SAM, and discovered that Martian soil is 2% water. What does this mean? Microscopic life may have once existed on Mars. Click here to discover more about this finding: http://bit.ly/1fLC4Z9 via DNews

Scientists in the US have managed to coax photons into binding together to form molecules - a state of matter that has never been seen before. This discovery disproves the widely accepted assumption that photons are massless particles that don't interact with each other. It's not known what applications this discovery will be useful for in the future, but it's hoped that many will become clear as this new state of matter is further investigated. Read more: http://bit.ly/1bcrjPT Image: Yana / Fotolia

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10 Scientific Facts About Reading Books And How Could It Really Improve Your Life

Many people perceive reading as an introverted hobby, for the feeble, anti-social. However, you will be pleasantly surprised to find out that reading …

Researchers at Lund University confirmed the existence of a super-heavy element with an atomic number of 115 after bombarding a thin film of americium with calcium ions. Element 115 is highly radioactive, was first proposed by scientists in 2004 and is sometimes called ununpentium. The governing body of chemistry and physics still has to confirm the result and agree on a name. Read more: http://lat.ms/12J21D3 via latimes

Quantum Mechanics

" If you decide you don't have to get A's, you can learn an enormous amount in college." -- Isidor Isaac Rabi

SpaceTime Cloak Created By Mathematician Using Just Light and Mirrors

A mathematician has created a spacetime cloak using just light and mirrors and that allows him to skip seconds or even minutes.<p>A spacetime cloak, or …

Happy Birthday Mr.Schrodinger !!! Quantum man.....

A-level students: if you want to be a 'consumer', go to the mall

Dear A-level students<p>I hope when you collect your results this morning you discover that you have got the grades you were looking for, particularly if you are hoping to go to university. If it has all worked out, congratulations! You are about to embark on one of the most important experiences of …