Snowy Owl Wing Stretch by David Hemmings
Plate Tectonics 101
Here’s a brief intro to plate tectonics, I thought we probably all had a basic idea of what the three boundaries are so I tried to put a little more in depth info in them.
Hint next video or so will deal with the vocab words mafic and felsic, woooo.
By: Field Notes.
Duct Tape in Space (featuring Bill Nye!)
Who’s that inspecting Bruce’s work? Dr. Bruce Betts recreates Apollo 17’s quick fix in this week’s Random Space Fact.
Take Exams (T-Swift Parody)
TSwift may never have to write an exam again in her life, but the rest of us sure aren’t so lucky! This parody tells the sad, hilarious story of students at their most strung out.
By: Acapella Science 2.
How to Tell if a Girl Likes You
How to tell if a girl likes you – from a real expert! I use my tips as a relationship therapist and years of hearing things from a female perspective!
By: Ask Kimberly.
Career Spotlight: Water Quality Specialist
Melanie Harrison is a water quality specialist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Fisheries Division. She helps protect and restore threatened and endangered fish by evaluating development projects. In order to protect and restore these fish species she has to consider how climate change will impact the fish and their habitat in the future.
By: QUEST Science.
Career Spotlight: Research Technician
Chris Wong is a research technician in the labs of Todd Dawson and David Ackerly at University of California Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology. Chris has worked on a variety of research projects involving how redwoods, sequoias and other trees function. He is currently working on a research project in the Angelo Reserve in Mendocino County, California. This project examines how parts of the ecosystem at the Angelo Reserve work together. Chris’s work, which involves climbing trees, installing equipment, and collecting and analyzing samples, helps inform how trees might respond to changes in climate.
By: QUEST Science.