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This video, from the NASA Technology Transfer Program, describes a new material that has applications in aerospace as well as material science and biological science. (2:56 min.)

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Learn how to operate Canadarm2 on board the International Space Station by watching astronaut Chris Hadfield use it to capture and dock a SpaceX Dragon capsule on March 3, 2013. (2:57)

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From a blacksmith's son, to one of the most repeated names in physics textbooks, Michael Faraday embodies the spirit of scientific exploration. (3:46 min.)

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This CNSC video takes you beyond the tiny world of the atom to explore sources of radiation, the concept of dose, and how radiation affects the body and health.

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This video helps to clarify the difference between heat and temperature as well as explains the laws of thermodynamics and how a thermometer works. (5:06 min.)

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This video explores the chemistry and genetics of what makes redheads stand out from the crowd. (3:03 min.)

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Learn about what chemicals make tomatoes taste good and how researchers are using genetics to understand how we can make grocery store tomatoes taste great again. (4:12 min.)

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What's tasty, abundant and high in protein? Bugs! You may feel icky about munching on insects, but they feed about 2 billion people each day. They also hold promise for food security and the environment. (4:51 min.)

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The elements had been listed and carefully arranged before Dmitri Mendeleev. They had even been organized by similar properties before. So why is Mendeelev's periodic table the one that has endured? (4:24 min.)

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Meter is the standard unit of length used by most countries around the world. But how did they define it? (4:44 min.)

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