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The Life Cycle of Stars
 
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Explains how we believe stars are born, live and die and the different ends to different sized stars. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 1049380 Institute of Physics
Baths and Quarks: Solitons explained
 
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In 'Baths and Quarks', theoretical physics expert David Tong explains solitons and their effect on quarks and protons. 'Solitons' -- solitary waves which can be seen as bubble rings in the bath -- make it impossible for quarks and protons to be separated, thus holding together the universe, he says. "Baths would be so much more relaxing if they weren't so interesting. Bubble rings - there's something strange and unnatural about these objects - so structural where you wouldn't expect to see structure. When I get out of the bath and pull the plug, there's a world of water that drains away - a vortex - it's very similar to the bubble rings, and objects like these may just hold the key to one of the most important problems in particle physics [relating to quarks and protons]. My name is David Tong. My job is to understand the beautiful things that I see in the world around me. But to describe them properly, I have to understand them in the language in which nature is written."
Views: 54658 Institute of Physics
A Masterchef and a master physicist: Aki Matsushima
 
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Masterchef finalist Aki Matshushima is studying for her PhD in cold temperature physics at Imperial College, London and investigating how accurate measurements can be made at the quantum scale. She is also a fantastic sushi chef and has developed Japanese themed ice creams for GINO Gelato. This video is to help promote the shortfall of girls studying physics http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/support/girls_physics/page_41593.html
Views: 15725 Institute of Physics
Brian Cox: it is not acceptable to promote bad science
 
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Professor Brian Cox criticises policy and journalism that ignores scientific facts and findings. He also talks about the importance of funding in physics with increased demand for the subject at university level. Sir Peter Knight presented him with the President's Medal at an event in London
Views: 162651 Institute of Physics
From physics to probabilities: Pokerstars' Liv Boeree
 
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Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/4M73V7eGPPa0/info/from-physics-to-probabilities-pokerstars-liv-boeree/ Liv Boeree has always been passionate about astrophysics and gained a First Class Honours degree in Physics from Manchester University. She became involved in the poker industry after graduation, making a name for herself by winning the European Poker Tour in 2010 in San Remo. Liv's substantial career winnings and work in the television industry prove that a physics degree can be applied in a less orthodox way. This video is to help promote the shortfall of girls studying physics http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/support/girls_physics/page_41593.html Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BIBm/
Views: 77128 Institute of Physics
Dark matter is a circus master in the universe
 
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The expansion of the universe, the big bang and dark matter. Astronomers talk us through what we know and don't know about the universe. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 14363 Institute of Physics
Building the perfect lens with metamaterials
 
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In principle a "perfect lens" could be created that opens up a brave new world of scientific investigation, particularly in nanotechnology and the biosciences. The key requirement of these instruments is to devise a cunning way of getting around the diffraction limit, which restricts the resolution of images produced with optical light. This film takes you to Imperial College London to investigate one promising route to a perfect lens that uses artificial structures known as metamaterials. This film is one of a three-part series exploring some of the most promising technologies that are emerging from physics research. The other films are here: ● Quantum Computing: http://youtu.be/WnjbwIA2T88 ● Graphene: http://youtu.be/KMXLhMtb5AQ -------------- You can read about other physics spin-offs by downloading the special 25th anniversary issue of Physics World for free: ● http://physicsworld.com/cws/download/oct2013 ● Physics World is the member magazine of the Institute of Physics ● Physics World YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PhysicsWorldTV ● Physics World Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhysicsWorld
Views: 49857 Institute of Physics
Quarks and gluons with an unsung hero: Professor Graham Ross
 
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Professor Graham Ross from the University of Oxford, winner of the 2012 Dirac Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for his work in developing the standard model of particles and forces that has led to many new insights into the origins and nature of the universe. A powerhouse of physics, and one of the UK's best kept secrets, Graham laid out the pathway to the discovery of the gluon, the force carrier for the strong nuclear force, and taught Richard Feynman how quantum chromodynamics could be used to work out the interactions between quarks and gluons. http://www.iop.org/about/awards/gold/page_38424.html
Views: 7922 Institute of Physics
Graphene's potential to provide drinking water
 
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Graphene is the ultrathin form of carbon that promises many exciting applications on account of its unique mechanical and electrical properties. This film takes you to the lab at the University of Manchester in the UK, where graphene was first discovered in 2004, to explore one of these potential applications: water purification. Scientists describe how graphene can be used as a selective filter that remove impurities from water, or even to produce drinking water from seawater through the process of desalination. This film is one of a three-part series exploring some of the most promising technologies that are emerging from physics research. The other films are: ● Quantum Computing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnjbwIA2T88 ● Metamaterials: Coming in two weeks time. -------------- You can read about other physics spin-offs by downloading the special 25th anniversary issue of Physics World for free: ● http://physicsworld.com/cws/download/oct2013 ● Physics World is the member magazine of the Institute of Physics ● Physics World YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PhysicsWorldTV ● Physics World Twitter: https://twitter.com/PhysicsWorld
Views: 17190 Institute of Physics
Fusion energy with Professor Steven Cowley
 
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Professor Steven Cowley from the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, winner of the 2012 Glazebrook Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for his leadership of the UK's fusion energy programme and his seminal contributions to plasma and fusion science. The JET and MAST tokamaks at Culham Laboratory in Oxfordshire are the most successful fusion machines on the planet. "When fusion energy powers your home, we'll be there at the finishing line." He also has a phenomenal fusion of talent at his disposal. http://www.iop.org/about/awards/gold/page_38424.html
Views: 6177 Institute of Physics
Oxygen - the enemy of your beer: Cheers Physics
 
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Physicist Rik Sargent chats to Andy from Redemption brewing about the physics behind keeping beer separate from oxygen in the air when moving it to a conditioning tank. Exposure to oxygen causes reactions in beer that lead to unwanted flavours. Therefore the physics of storing beer is paramount for keeping beer tasting its best. http://www.physics.org/cheersphysics http://redemptionbrewing.co.uk #cheersphysics
Views: 12178 Institute of Physics
Wind lidars: using laser beams to detect wind speeds
 
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The accurate measurement of wind speeds is critical for effective siting of wind farms. The ZephIR lidar calculates wind speed and direction by projecting a laser into the air and detecting the Doppler-shifted backscatter from tiny particles and dust in the atmosphere. The process is explained here by their team of scientists. Zephir Ltd has received an IOP Innovation Award 2013 from the Institute of Physics for the development and commercialisation of their lidar anemometry system. http://www.iop.org/innovation http://www.twitter.com/physicsnews http://www.zephirlidar.com
Views: 7783 Institute of Physics
Newton Medal winner (2010): Edward Witten
 
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Dame Jocelyn Bell presents the 2010 Newton Medal to Edward Witten who gives a revealing interview to the Institute of Physics. He applied mathematical techniques to our understanding of the Universe. http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/lectures/open/page_44448.html
Views: 72418 Institute of Physics
The world's most secure QR codes
 
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An invisible quick response (QR) code has been created by researchers in an attempt to increase security on printed documents and reduce the possibility of counterfeiting -- a problem that costs governments and private industries billions of pounds each year. Publishing their research in IOP Publishing's journal Nanotechnology, the researchers, from the University of South Dakota and South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, believe the new style of QR code could also be used to authenticate virtually any solid object. From Wednesday 12 September, this paper can be downloaded from http://iopscience.iop.org/0957-4484/23/39/395201
Views: 17255 Institute of Physics
Professor Leo Kadanoff, a great theoretical physicist
 
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Professor Leo P. Kadanoff won the award for inventing conceptual tools that reveal the deep implications of scale invariance on the behavior of phase transitions and dynamical systems. He works at the University of Chicago and presented the Newton Lecture at the Institute of Physics in London.
Views: 41199 Institute of Physics
Chris Isham on the importance of a consistant quantum theory of gravity
 
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Profile of Professor Christopher Isham from Imperial College London, winner of the 2011 Dirac Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics. He won his award for his major contributions to the search for a consistent quantum theory of gravity and to the foundations of quantum mechanics.
Views: 4995 Institute of Physics
Newton Medal winner (2009): Alan Guth
 
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Interview with the 2009 winner of the Isaac Newton medal, Professor Alan H Guth, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Views: 9207 Institute of Physics
Butterflies and metamaterials with Professor Roy Sambles
 
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Professor Roy Sambles from the University of Exeter, winner of the 2012 Faraday Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for his pioneering research in experimental physics. Inspired by intricate microscopic structures in butterfly and moth wings giving their vivid colours, Roy has created 'metamaterials' to manipulate microwaves and RFID tagging in unusual ways, opening up new areas of research with direct practical applications. http://www.iop.org/about/awards/gold/page_38424.html
Views: 10536 Institute of Physics
Penguins and fluid dynamics: Helen Czerski
 
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Helen Czerski is a physicist, oceanographer and TV presenter and she gave a lecture for Physics in Perspective at the Royal Institution. More on Physics in Perspective: http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/perspective/page_41717.html More on penguins: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/wondermonkey/2011/07/penguins-take-to-the-air.shtml
Views: 13756 Institute of Physics
Collaboration with Royal Opera House links physics and ballet
 
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http://www.iop.org/events/public/index.html Ever wanted to know how dancers leap so high? How they remain balanced? How rotational mechanics help a dancer pirouette? Leading scientists and members of the Royal Ballet got together in February to explore the dynamic relationship between physics and ballet. Reuse of this content is permitted under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode). When reusing this content under this licence, you must include the following (and ensure that any downstream users include the same): • attribute us as the creator and copyright owner (©Institute of Physics) • include a link to this YouTube page • refer to the Creative Commons Licence under which it is made available (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode) • include a notice that the Institute of Physics disclaims all warranties, as set out in the Creative Commons licence • not imply or state that we endorse, support or sponsor your use of this content
Views: 3719 Institute of Physics
Dr Graham Batey on low temperature physics
 
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Profile of Dr Graham Batey from Oxford Instruments NanoScience, winner of the 2011 Business and Innovation Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics. The award was for sustained outstanding contribution to the application of low temperature physics in an industrial high technology environment.
Views: 5068 Institute of Physics
Fellow: Professor Martin Hendry MBE
 
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Martin is a senior member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration, which made the first ever direct detection of gravitational waves in 2015. He is excited this discovery has opened-up an entirely new window on the Universe. Read Martin’s story here - https://beta.iop.org/member-stories/professor-martin-hendry-mbe Reuse of this content is permitted under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode). When reusing this content under this licence, you must include the following (and ensure that any downstream users include the same): • attribute us as the creator and copyright owner (©Institute of Physics) • include a link to this YouTube page • refer to the Creative Commons Licence under which it is made available (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/legalcode) • include a notice that the Institute of Physics disclaims all warranties, as set out in the Creative Commons licence • not imply or state that we endorse, support or sponsor your use of this content Filmed and edited by Amphio Video Production - https://vimeo.com/271277602
Views: 4538 Institute of Physics
Lighting engineers using physics
 
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Ashfield Music Festival is a one-day off-timetable activity in which the students work in teams and compete for the contract to build the main stage at an upcoming music festival. For more information visit: http://www.iop.org/activity/education/Careers/ashfield/page_36662.html
Views: 24971 Institute of Physics
How does it feel to climb Mount Everest? Physiology and medicine at high altitude
 
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An improved understanding of high altitude physiology, acclimatisation and nutrition was instrumental in getting Hillary and Tenzing to the top of Everest in 1953. But why does the human body shut down at high altitude? How does it feel to climb Everest? And what medical care is available on the mountain? On her own climb of Mount Everest, Dr Melanie Windridge talks to volunteer doctors Carlo Canepa and Suvash “Dawa” Dawadi to find out about the dangers of altitude sickness and the ailments of climbers on the world’s highest mountain. Dr Melanie Windridge summited Mount Everest on 21st May 2018. Find out more about the climb and the associated outreach project at http://melaniewindridge.co.uk/a-journey-of-discovery. These videos are the property of Dr Melanie Windridge. They may be used in their entirety for educational purposes providing the source is cited and a link to the video or video series is provided. For commercial use, or reuse with modification, please contact Dr Windridge to request permission: [email protected]
Views: 2416 Institute of Physics
Liquid crystals: a new type of LCD display screen
 
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These very low power screens will have a variety of uses in the market in the future. They can be update wirelessly and the first place you can expect to see them is in a supermarket near you. Dr Cliff Jones, Shaun Gray and Dr Emma Wood of ZBD Displays Ltd, winner of the 2012 Innovation Award, awarded by the Institute of Physics for developing and commercialising a novel e-paper display for use in shelf-edge labelling in supermarkets and other retail settings. ZBD has created an e-paper display by applying a sub-micron texture onto the glass surface of a liquid crystal display, allowing it to hold an image even when the power is removed. The work is the product of world-leading research at the liquid crystal research centre at DERA. http://www.iop.org/activity/business/innovation/page_53257.html
Views: 25432 Institute of Physics
5 things you should never do with a particle accelerator
 
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Suzie Sheehy is a researcher and science communicator who specialises in particle physics and accelerator physics. She was one of many big names who gave talks at the IOP's Physics in Perspective event at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in 2013. Find out more: http://www.iop.org/education/teacher/extra_resources/perspective/page_41717.html
Views: 150853 Institute of Physics
A physics PGCE course (subtitled)
 
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Watch our short film about physics teacher training
Views: 6827 Institute of Physics
Exoplanet Physics
 
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This video gives an overview of five exoplanet themed practical activities matched to the 11-14 curriculum. To download the resource pack please visit http://www.iop.org/exoplanets
Views: 2042 Institute of Physics
Written in the Sky: Aurora Borealis Explained
 
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The aurora borealis, or the northern lights, are one of nature's most mysterious displays. In this video, Jim Wild looks at aurora borealis in Iceland and explains how the lights are a mirror for intense solar activity, which triggers 'space storms' in the Earth's atmosphere. "In the past, people thought that the aurora lights were the souls of the dead in the night sky - ghosts sending messages down from the afterlife to people all stuck on the ground beneath them. And you can sort of see why - there's something very spooky about the aurora. In some ways, the excitement is figuring out the science behind the magic, and that itself is quite magical. I'm Jim Wild, and I'm determined to unlock the secrets of the aurora borealis. Not just because they're mysterious and magical, but because they tell us something about how we're connected to what's going on in space, and that's going to become increasingly important to our way of life. If they're not ghosts, what are the northern lights?"
Views: 27890 Institute of Physics
Korean scientists develop Graphene based touch screens
 
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Seoul University are developing Graphene touch screens. This has amazing implications for the future of touch screen technology. Credit: Vryus(c) http://vryus.net SKKU graphene research laboratory http://chem.skku.edu/graphene Samsung For more on Graphene see Byung Hee Hong's (Ph. D) channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YbS-YyvCl4
Views: 9792 Institute of Physics
Sound engineering and physics
 
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Ashfield Music Festival is a one-day off-timetable activity in which the students work in teams and compete for the contract to build the main stage at an upcoming music festival. For more information visit: http://www.iop.org/activity/education/Careers/ashfield/page_36662.html
Views: 4137 Institute of Physics
How Big is the Universe?
 
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Explains how astronomers have learnt to measure the distance to the stars. How many stars are in the observable universe and is it possible to comprehend the size of it all? Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 42714 Institute of Physics
Why quantum mechanics is so mysterious: Professor Jim Al-Khalili
 
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Professor Jim Al-Khalili is one of the most important communicators of theoretical physics in the world today. He gave a talk to the IOP's Physics Communicators Group in London on the mysteries of quantum mechanics and how to explain it to the general public. http://www.iop.org/activity/groups/subject/physcom/index.html
Views: 20733 Institute of Physics
What to expect at an IOP Scholarship Assessment Day
 
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If you have been invited to attend an IOP Scholarship Assessment Day, you'll be expected to sit a written test, attend a panel interview and take part in a group discussion. Watch this short video to help you prepare. For more information about IOP Scholarships, visit http://iop.org/scholarships
Views: 3088 Institute of Physics
The Electromagnetic Spectrum: looking through galactic space clouds
 
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Explains how astronomers use radiation from across the electromagnetic spectrum to reveal the secrets of our universe. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 29762 Institute of Physics
Jocelyn Bell Burnell: what the Mayans really thought about the end of the world
 
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Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell is a visiting Astrophysics professor at the University of Oxford and now guest lectures on whether the world is going to end. This is in response to the Mayan calendar ending on 21 December 2012. She is famous for discovering the first radio pulsars and is one of the great minds in physics. Read more: http://www.iop.org/resources/topic/index.html
Views: 11872 Institute of Physics
Newton Medal Winner (2013) Prof. Sir John Pendry
 
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We filmed an interview with Prof. Sir John Pendry about his life in science to mark the occasion of his Newton Lecture. Prof. Sir John Pendry received the 2013 Isaac Newton medal for his "seminal contributions to surface science, disordered systems and photonics.'
Views: 3661 Institute of Physics
The dangers of asteroids and comets
 
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The risks and dangers of an asteroid collision on Earth. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 26501 Institute of Physics
Rolling caterpillar 1
 
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Video showcasing robots that mimic how caterpillars 'ballistically' fire and roll themselves away from predators. Read the full research paper here http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-3190/6/2/026007
Views: 190423 Institute of Physics
Everest Statistics & Preparation
 
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Dr Melanie Windridge will climb Mount Everest in Spring 2018. Here she looks at the statistics of previous climbs on the mountain to see what she can learn to help inform her own preparation and training. What can the statistics tell us about how to improve our own safety on the highest mountain in the world? Find out more about Melanie’s climb and the outreach project at http://melaniewindridge.co.uk/a-journey-of-discovery These videos are the property of Dr Melanie Windridge. They may be used in their entirety for educational purposes providing the source is cited and a link to the video or video series is provided. For commercial use, or reuse with modification, please contact Dr Windridge to request permission: [email protected]
Views: 1045 Institute of Physics
Newton Medal winner (2012): Prof. Martin Rees
 
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We took the opportunity to talk to astrophysicist Lord Rees about his role in science on the day he visited the Institute to give his Newton Lecture. Learn more about our other great winners of the Newton Medal: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/l...
Views: 3053 Institute of Physics
Light Fantastic: the Science of Colour
 
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The Institute of Physics produces annual Schools and Colleges' lectures. Prof. Pete Vukusic from the School of Physics at Exeter University delivers the 2007 lecture.
Views: 101592 Institute of Physics
A great team in engineering: Sir David McMurtry and John Deer
 
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Sir David McMurty and John Deer from Renishaw plc, winners of the 2012 Swan Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics for their role in founding Renishaw. From humble beginnings as mechanical apprentices, Sir David and John met in the library at Rolls-Royce in Bristol. Together they founded Renishaw, and have turned the Gloucestershire-based company into one of the world's foremost manufacturers of precision measurement equipment. http://www.iop.org/about/awards/gold/page_38424.html
Views: 4804 Institute of Physics
Saturn's remarkable rings and moons
 
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Includes stunning images of Saturn and its moons taken from the Cassini spacecraft. Learn even more on Teaching Astronomy on iop.org: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/education/classroom/page_51904.html
Views: 4450 Institute of Physics
The first steps in making real ale: Cheers Physics
 
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Physicist Rik Sargent meets Andy Moffat, a real ale brewer in North London with Redemption Brewing. They discuss the science involved in controlling the taste and colour of beer, focusing on the mashing of the grains and the temperatures involved in the brewing process. Find out more pint sized physics of beer at: http://www.physics.org/cheersphysics http://redemptionbrewing.co.uk/ #cheersphysics
Views: 5339 Institute of Physics
Engineering smaller medical devices and taking them to market
 
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Sam Hyde, Dr James McCrone and Stuart Hatfield of The Technology Partnership plc, winner of the 2012 Innovation Award, awarded by the Institute of Physics for developing and commercialising a novel micropump based on the physics of non-linear acoustic resonance, piezoelectric materials and fluid dynamics. TTP has been a leader for 20 years in the development of novel physics-based technologies which are incorporated into devices and products across a range of sectors. Their micropump was developed as a solution to a problem in the manufacture of medical devices: the need for small, noiseless, high-volume pumps. The device involves an innovative application of acoustic resonance physics. http://www.iop.org/activity/business/innovation/page_53257.html
Views: 2879 Institute of Physics
Introduction to the Science of the Summit
 
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Physicist and mountaineer, Dr Melanie Windridge will climb Mount Everest in Spring 2018 and run an outreach project to help inspire young people, especially girls, to reach new heights in STEM. Here Melanie tells us about her reasons and inspirations for climbing, and what scientific knowledge and preparations will help her through. Find out more about the plans at http://melaniewindridge.co.uk/a-journey-of-discovery These videos are the property of Dr Melanie Windridge. They may be used in their entirety for educational purposes providing the source is cited and a link to the video or video series is provided. For commercial use, or reuse with modification, please contact Dr Windridge to request permission: [email protected]
Views: 1539 Institute of Physics
Newton Lecture 2009: Is our universe part of a multiverse (Part 1)
 
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The winner of the 2009 Newton Medal, Professor Alan H. Guth presents a lecture to a captivated audience at the Institute of Physics. For more Newton winner lectures visit http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/lectures/open/page_44448.html
Views: 15006 Institute of Physics
Professor Emanuel Derman: Models Behaving Badly
 
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Emanuel Derman talks about his experiences in both the financial and physics world while exploring the collision between human needs and desires, mathematical modelling and economics that has featured so dramatically in the recent financial crisis. This talk took place on 10 July 2013. Visit iop.org for more lectures: http://www.iop.org/resources/videos/lectures/index.html
Views: 16055 Institute of Physics
Oxygen systems and safety on Everest
 
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Use of supplementary oxygen was pivotal in Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay first reaching the top of Everest in 1953. Though we now know that it is possible to summit without oxygen, today many climbers choose to use it to improve their chances of success and their safety. But how have oxygen systems changed since the 1950s? Will you die if you take off your oxygen mask at altitude? And why do females have an advantage? Dr Melanie Windridge interviews Neil Greenwood of Summit Oxygen and shares her experience of oxygen on the mountain. Dr Melanie Windridge summited Mount Everest on 21st May 2018. Find out more about the climb and the associated outreach project at http://melaniewindridge.co.uk/a-journey-of-discovery These videos are the property of Dr Melanie Windridge. They may be used in their entirety for educational purposes providing the source is cited and a link to the video or video series is provided. For commercial use, or reuse with modification, please contact Dr Windridge to request permission: [email protected]
Views: 4405 Institute of Physics

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