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Attend the Isotope fingerprints e-learning and go on a journey with the Isotope Hunter
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In this e-learning series you will get an introduction to Isotope Fingerprints and will learn more about: What are Isotope Fingerprints? How can we detect an Isotope Fingerprint? Where can Isotope Fingerprints be applied? What are examples of applications of Isotope Fingerprints for food integrity, environmental forensics, criminal forensics, doping control etc.

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Investigating the World's Lightest Solid
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Aerogels are the world's lightest (least dense) solids. They are also excellent thermal insulators and have been used in numerous Mars missions and the Stardust comet particle-return mission. The focus of this video is silica aerogels, though graphene aerogels are now technically the lightest.

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Could Underwater Farms Help Fight Climate Change?
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Dive into the world of aquaculture and see how restorative ocean farming could play a vital role in helping our coastal communities, our oceans and our climate.

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How To Save Our Planet
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Sir David Attenborough explains how humans can take charge of our future and save our planet.

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A Better Way to Predict Volcanoes
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Kevin Reath, a Cornell University postdoctorate associate and USGS Powell Center Fellow, studied 17 years of satellite data on volcanic activity in Latin America to propose a way to predict deadly eruptions before they occur.

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What Is a Fourier Series?
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Ever struggled to get your head around the Fourier series? This video explains it clearly by drawing circles.

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How To Scan a Pregnant Manta Ray
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Manta rays are threatened worldwide and we still know little about their reproductive strategies. The ability to scan pregnant individuals will be invaluable in the quest to protect them.

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What the Smell of Freshly Cut Grass Really Means...
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Spring is in the air! It’s time to mow the lawn and breathe in the smell of freshly cut grass. But this pleasant springtime scent may actually be a chemical cry for help. In the latest Reactions episode, we explain how plants communicate, their chemical response to being damaged, and how bugs play a part.

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Science Is Everywhere with Neil deGrasse Tyson
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Science really is everywhere! From the Big Bang to quantum mechanics to free will to ice skating, we explore it all featuring Neil deGrasse Tyson, Chuck Nice, theoretical physicist Brian Greene, neuroscientist Heather Berlin, rapper Baba Brinkman, and Olympic silver medalist figure skater Sasha Cohen.

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Pamela Ronald: The Case for Engineering Our Food
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Pamela Ronald studies the genes that make plants more resistant to disease and stress. In an eye-opening talk, she describes her decade-long quest to help create a variety of rice that can survive prolonged flooding.

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