Making metallic hydrogen at Harvard

Making metallic hydrogen at Harvard

We have made a new material it’s a material that has never existed on earth before: metallic hydrogen. Hydrogen is the simplest atom in the periodic table of the elements, it consists of a single proton with the single electron around it, at room temperature, …

This is CS50

This is CS50

SPEAKER: Hello, world. This is CS50, Harvard University’s introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. CS50C is a course that teaches you how to design and implement solutions to problems. But more than that, it teaches you how to …

Memory – Intro to Computer Science – Harvard’s CS50 (2018)

Memory – Intro to Computer Science – Harvard’s CS50 (2018)

[MUSIC PLAYING] [VIDEO PLAYBACK] – –we know? – That at 9:15, Ray Santoya was at the ATM. – So the question is, what was he doing at 9:16? – Shooting the nine-millimeter at something. Maybe he saw the sniper. – Or he was working with …

Strooped!

Strooped!

>>NARRATOR: There’s a simple test that’s been making fools of us since the 1930s. Can you beat it? You’ll see words printed in different colors. Just name the color of each word you see, as fast as you can. Don’t read the word, just name …

The Amazing Effects of Gratitude

The Amazing Effects of Gratitude

Back in Ancient Rome, the philosopher Cicero described gratitude as the mother of all virtues. This concept of being thankful has been stressed in religion and philosophy for a long time. Back in 1820 Scottish philosopher Thomas Brown defined gratitude as “that delightful emotion of …

What Can Body Language Actually Tell Us?

What Can Body Language Actually Tell Us?

Once when I was preparing for a job interview, a friend told me that, to come across as eager and enthusiastic, you should always maintain eye contact. Make sure to lean forward and uncross your arms to appear more open. Oh and also, nod frequently …

How do unborn babies and mothers communicate via the placenta?

How do unborn babies and mothers communicate via the placenta?

When human life forms in the womb, the placenta is the single line of communication between baby and mother. The placenta supplies nutrients and oxygen to support the baby throughout pregnancy. It is a temporary human organ, meaning it grows in a woman’s body throughout …

The Stanford Prison Experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment

One of the most infamous psychological studies ever conducted was the Stanford Prison Experiment. It’s mentioned in almost every intro to psychology textbook. They tend to focus on how unethical it was, and are less critical of its supposed conclusion.August 14th, 1971.Palo Alto, California.Twelve young …

Knight Campus | Impact and Curiosity Come to Life

Knight Campus | Impact and Curiosity Come to Life

The Knight campus is a way for the University of Oregon to affect the world. And now with these architectural renderings, that vision is becoming a reality. It works visually yes, but it also begins to set an identity for this mission which looks beyond …

The Origin of Mammal Movement: Harvard Adventures, Part I

The Origin of Mammal Movement: Harvard Adventures, Part I

Hey, we’re going to be doing something really cool! The next 3 episodes will be brought to you in part by The Field Museum The Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University, and the National Science Foundation. :introduction jingle begins: Do you ever wonder how …