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All About That Bog Music Video

Because you know I’m all about that bog, ‘bout that bog, Go wetlands! I’m all about that bog, ‘bout that bog, Go Wetlands! I’m all about that bog, ‘bout that bog, Go Wetlands! I’m all about that bog, ‘bout that bog, Go Wetlands! Bog, Bog, Bog Bog. Wetlands have many names, like Swamp, Bog, Marsh, […]

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Get Creative with Chinese Steamed Bun Dough

NICK GAVIN: Basically, there isn’t anything that’s more tender than Chinese Steamed Bun Dough. Steamed Buns are one of my favorite things to eat. What I love about Bao is it translates a wrapper. It’s not just a hunk of bread. It’s like a little pocket, like a little cloud. You can fill it with […]

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Computer Science – Brian Kernighan on successful language design

>>DFB: The theme of today’s talk is “How to succeed in language design without really trying” So could you please welcome back Brian Kernighan. [applause]>>BWK: Thanks Dave. Thank you very much for that kind introduction. It’s a real pleasure to be back at Nottingham and to see the new buildings, as opposed to the old […]

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The Science Love Song

I’ll be the spark if you’ll be the flame Start a reaction that can’t be contained Balance your pH by sharing my base I’ll be your star if you’ll be my space ‘Cause there is no distance that I wouldn’t go Through space-time and wormholes my matter would flow, to the edge of the universe […]

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Paxi on the ISS: Inspirational Teachers

Hello Paxi my name is Christina Koch and I am an astronaut on board the International Space Station Today I would like to talk to you about going to school and about teachers! I know you like learning new things as much as I do Paxi! It’s so much fun to figure out how things […]

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Conserving Albrecht Dürer’s Monumental Arch

Freyda Spira: Working in a collection where there are 1.5 million objects, you often find hidden treasures, and I feel very lucky that as a scholar of German printmaking from the Renaissance, I was able to open the doors of the storeroom and find this incredible thing. The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian was commissioned around […]

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The Neuroscience of Creativity

This little guy is a nematode worm – it’s transparent, about 1mm in length and one of the simplest animals with a nervous system. And his name is Steve. Steve does something quite curious… he doesn’t just follow food scents. He also explores his environment – thoroughly. As if he wants to know what else […]

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Creative Curriculum | Teaching Arts with Paint 3D

Hi, I’m José, Learning Consultant at Microsoft and in this series we’re going to be looking at using 3D in education. 3D content is proven to increase understanding and comprehension of subjects. So I’ve come here to Microsoft’s Paint 3D Studio to discover some of the fun and engaging ways you can introduce easy 3D […]

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Creative Curriculum | Teaching Science with Paint 3D

Hi, I’m José, Learning Consultant at Microsoft and in this series we’re going to be looking at using 3D in education. 3D content is proven to increase understanding and comprehension of subjects. So I’ve come here to Microsoft’s Paint 3D Studio to discover some of the fun and engaging ways you can introduce easy 3D […]