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Computer Science department changes class structure
The computer science department at Washington University in St. Louis is changing the format of some of their classes in hopes to better prepare students for life after college. The department is going away from the traditional lecture format and taking on an "active learning" format where classes are based on student interaction, presentations, and critiques.
Baseball physics: The science of sliding
Engineering professor Dave Peters discusses the physics of a base runner's slide as he compares sliding head first to sliding feet first.
Microbial fuel cells turn on the juice
The combination of beer, wastewater, microbes, fuel cells, high school students and teachers are the components that comprise the heart and soul of a new high school science curriculum based on treating waste water with microbial fuel cells.
Device enables wide range of study at liquid-liquid interface
Amy Shen describes fluid-fluid interactions in this video which shows fluid pumping into a microfluidic device. Shen discusses the many different types of phenomena that can be studied using microfluidics and potential applications across different fields.
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