Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

Wednesday – 2 posts. One amazing. One revision

May 8, 2013

IBM have made the World’s Smallest Movie  by pushing carbon atoms around with a scanning tunnelling microscope. It’s called ‘A boy and his atom’ and here it is:

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Wednesday – Scientific Tuesdays?!

June 8, 2011

As I’ve been a bit rubbish at posting recently… Here’s two for the price of one:

Scientific Tuesdays on Youtube

Firstly Roshan recommended this to me: Scientific Tuesdays is a great show on Youtube with loads of amazing experiments, some of which you can try at home like invisible ink from milk:

And here, for all you physicists revising for your unit 2 exam (good luck by the way!) is an inspirational photo of some of the most famous physicists that ever lived all hanging out together… You could be just as brilliant as famous as them one day!

Seriously, these guys made some incredible discoveries!

Multimedia Friday

February 5, 2010

Happy Friday everyone! Progress marches on here in the chemistry department… here’s our first homemade youtube clip!

A nice little demo using a super-saturated solution of sodium acetate, with help from Mr Currie and superb filming and commentary from Mrs Campbell. Thanks you two!

Oh, I almost forgot… L6 Che 2 – test tomorrow on 2.1-2.3 so plenty of revision tonight please; 4 Che – C2 test next week and rates worksheets to finish and 4 Phy – Test next week on P2 as well. Good luck!