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Three Minute Thesis - Sponges in the Pipe: Enhancing In-sewer Purification, Tiffany Joan Sotelo
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In 3 minutes, Tiffany Joan Sotelo presents her thesis “Sponges in the Pipe: Enhancing In-sewer Purification” explaining how enhancing bacterial populations in sewers can boost the purification of our waste.

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Three Minute Thesis - Matthew Richardson “Chill Out! The Key to Recycling a Rocket”
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Ever wondered how we can make space travel cheaper and greener? Matthew Richardson presents his thesis on how we can make space rockets reusable in three minutes.

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Space Mirrors and Other Weird Ways To Fight Climate Change
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There are things you can do right now to help our climate--like investing in renewable energy. But today on Reactions, we're digging into a few of the weirdest climate change-combating ideas out there.

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From Biopsy to Diagnosis: How Pathologists Diagnose Cancer and Other Diseases
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This video provides a glimpse into the world of pathology by showing how pathologists and other laboratory professionals help to diagnose patients' biopsies. This behind-the-scenes look into the University of Michigan Department of Pathology shows how tissue is prepared to be viewed under a microscope and what pathologists are looking for in order to determine a diagnosis.

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The Top 5 Strangest Poisons That Can Kill You
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There are some crazy poisons in this world of ours, and they’re often found in things you’d least expect. Here we break down the top five.

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A Cloud Weighs…. How Much?
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Imagine 300 midsize cars floating above your head--that’s how much your average fluffy cloud weighs. So why doesn’t it come crashing down on you?Reactions explore the chemistry behind how a cloud stays lofted in the sky and how it got there in the first place.

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Thermodynamics - Explaining the Triple Point
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This experiment demonstrates the triple point of a substance. Watch how water behaves at the triple point where it co-exists in solid, liquid and vapour form. There is also a short description of where the triple point lies on a P-T-diagram.

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See Productivity in a New Light: Vanquish Duo UHPLC System for Dual LC
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Learn how you can run the same method on both flow paths or two different methods simultaneously on one instrument, improving your lab productivity, sample knowledge, bench space usage and overall return on investment.

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Cleaning Pollutants From Water With Pollen and Spores — Without the "Achoo!"
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In addition to their role in plant fertilization and reproduction, pollens and spores have another, hidden talent: With a simple treatment, these cheap, abundant and renewable grains can be converted into tiny sponge-like particles that can grab on to pollutants and remove them from water. Even better, these treated particles don’t trigger allergies.

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What Exactly Happened at Chernobyl?
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On April 26, 1986 the Soviet Union’s Chernobyl Power Complex nuclear reactor 4 exploded. This week on Reactions, we talk about the chemistry behind this catastrophic event.

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