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See video The Shape of Time and the End of the Universe

Presents the theory of the shape of time as u-shaped.

9:18 174 4.88
See video Supercooled Water

A demonstration of supercooled water 'snap freezing'. When water is supercooled it remains liquid below it's normal freezing point. Shaking it gently can activate the freezing process.

0:18 335 4.87
See video Fusion power through supercharged laser beams

Fusion power has just come a step closer to reality. This New Scientist video demonstrates how it works.

1:10 185 4.75
See video Slow Motion Lightning

Amazing slow motion footage of a lightning bolt.

1:42 106 4.74
See video Describing the movement of atoms in a fun way

Famous physicist Prof. Richard Feynman shows his enthusiasm and joy for science, explaining the movement of atoms in a fun, imaginative and easy to follow way.

7:06 1 4.50
See video Nikola Tesla - The Big Picture

Nikola Tesla was an inventor, pioneer and one of the greatest ever electrical engineers. This video is a tribute to his many contributions in the fields of electricity and magnetism. Nikola Tesla was an ethnic Serb, born in the territory of today's Croatia.

10:00 67 4.20
See video Rare Isotope Rap by AlpineKat

Another great rap video from science rapper Alpinekat (Katie McAlpine), this time about the $500 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (F-RIB).

5:12 60 4.08
See video Ferrofluid: Magnetic Liquid

Digitally controlled magnetic liquid sculptures. The liquid is known as ferrofluid, a liquid that becomes strongly polarised when in the presence of a magnetic field.

0:00 245 4.00
See video Scotch tape makes opaque glass transparent

The glass is opaque because it is etched, and light scatters on the rough surface. The glue in the scotch tape fills in any regularities and allows light to pass through with little scattering.

0:20 1194 3.77
See video Neil Turok on the future of Africa

"They want to be the next Einstein" - speaking of bright and ambitious young Africans applying to the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) he founded.

24:45 26 3.76
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