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Why are bearded chemists better at crystallization?
posted May 9 2011 19:44.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Crystallization is a method to remove impurities from chemicals. In this video, Periodic Table Videos explain how the crystallization remove impurities and how can be triggered. Also...

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Tags: chemistry   crystals   theory/tutorial   science   

Meet Tiangong 1, China's first space station module
posted May 8 2011 19:42.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Tiangong means "Heavenly Palace". Tiangong 1 is China's first effort to orbit a space station in space. It is scheduled to be launched this year and weights some 8.5 tons. First it...

[Link: space]
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Melting silver for a real life periodic table
posted May 8 2011 19:27.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Dr. Max Whitby, also known as the element collector, makes real life periodic tables. This job is something like a chemistry art. In this video, he melts half a kilogram of silver...

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Tags: chemistry   cast   artistic   science   how is made   

Self healing polymer fixes itself under UV light
posted May 4 2011 20:17.42 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I do know some people that will love this invention! Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have discovered a new polymer-based material that can heal itself when placed...

[Link: popsci]
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Tags: discovery   inventions   new materials   science   

Hopes to cure blindness comes from algae!
posted May 4 2011 19:57.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There are some 44 million people are blind worldwide. A very common cause of blindness is the loss of photoreceptors or light sensitive cells of the retina, a layer of tissue at the...

[Link: mit]
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Tags: discovery   pioneer   news   biotechnology   health & nature   science   

Your future HDD may be radioactive with 1000 TB capacity
posted May 4 2011 19:26.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis

How about this! One of Periodic Table Video's team, made a significant breakthrough involving an uranium compound which acts as a single molecular magnet. This new rather complicated...

[Link: Periodic Table Video]
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Tags: chemistry   inventions   hdd   new materials   magnetism   science   pc related   theory/tutorial   futuristic   discovery   

What is a space-time wormhole really?
posted April 30 2011 20:33.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Einstein's General Relativity is well known and often used to explain several phenomena, like the orbits of the planets. A wormhole is a solution to Einstein;s equations which...

[Link: Sixty Symbols]
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Tags: physics   research   science   unsolved mystery   geometry/mathematics   

3 answers regarding a Doomsday Asteroid
posted April 28 2011 19:34.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis

There is at least one asteroid somewhere in our universe that is coming to us. It will come... It is just a question of when. An asteroid impact has be many times the inspiration...

[Link: Discovery News]
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Tags: asteroid   space related   science   extreme   revealed   unsolved mystery   research   

SETI... Unplugged... due to lack of funds
posted April 28 2011 19:17.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I suppose you all know SETI institue, and many of you have already use the seti@home application to help find extraterrestrial life. Well, SETI goes unplugged. Due to lack of funds...

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