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Bringing Life to Space, 2, Bringing Life to Space
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directed by Jakob Gottschau, fl. 2002; produced by Jakob Gottschau, fl. 2002, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, in Bringing Life to Space, 2 (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2010), 29 mins
For decades man have prepared for long voyages into space and explored the possibility of settling on other planets. Many people feel confined by this galactic province and see colonization of space as a possible alternative to their fragile, rather worn planet. But to make their dream come true they will not only...
directed by Jakob Gottschau, fl. 2002; produced by Jakob Gottschau, fl. 2002, Danish Broadcasting Corporation, in Bringing Life to Space, 2 (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2010), 29 mins
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Case Studies in Software Verification & Validation
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written by Sushil Acharya, fl. 2008 and Priyadarshan A. Manohar, fl. 2003 (Privately Published, 2014, originally published 2014), 39 page(s)
This book by Sushil Acharya and Priyadarshan A. Manohar, is about case studies in software verification and validation.
written by Sushil Acharya, fl. 2008 and Priyadarshan A. Manohar, fl. 2003 (Privately Published, 2014, originally published 2014), 39 page(s)
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Connect
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directed by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 25 mins
Since 2004, more than ten million books from libraries all over Europe and the US have been scanned into Google’s electronic index, to be accessed by anyone in the world with an internet connection. Researchers from Australia’s James Cook University have discovered a type of algae that soaks up carbon dioxide...
directed by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 25 mins
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Advanced Physics Series, Einstein's Heroes: Newton, Faraday, and Maxwell
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written by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2009), 31 mins
Dr. Robyn Arianrhod, a writer and mathematician at Monash University, traces the connections between the development of electrodynamics by Faraday and Maxwell, and Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity. Along the way, she looks at the roles both mathematics and experimentation have played in establishing these...
written by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2009), 31 mins
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Titanic's Achilles Heel
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directed by Kirk Wolfinger, fl. 1984; produced by Kirk Wolfinger, fl. 1984, On the Bottom Productions (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2007), 1 hour 30 mins
A team of wreck divers and a naval architect sets out to examine the structural integrity of the RMS Titanic, and in particular, the ship's expansion joint. Though sinking was inevitable, the ship's breakup hints at a design flaw, one that would have rendered the Titanic too weak for navigating large waves.
directed by Kirk Wolfinger, fl. 1984; produced by Kirk Wolfinger, fl. 1984, On the Bottom Productions (New York, NY: A&E Television Networks, 2007), 1 hour 30 mins
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Connect
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produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
Connect introduces you to advances in technology that link people to each other in a shorter space of time than ever before; a new approach to air traffic control that reduces noise, emissions and cuts the cost of air travel; and changes in car design that provide a smoother ride as well as a reduction in the carb...
produced by Evan Clark, fl. 2012, in Connect (Falls Church, VA: Landmark Media, 2012), 24 mins
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Ethical Issues in Professional Life, Ethics and Engineering: The Challenger Case
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directed by Mark Kalita, fl. 2012; produced by Robert Mertzman, fl. 1993, Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University and Great Plains National Instructional Television Library; interview by Robert Mertzman, fl. 1993, in Ethical Issues in Professional Life (Lincoln, NE: Destination Education, 1993), 29 mins
This video, produced by GPN, is about the ethics surrounding the engineering profession. It features an interview with Roger Boisjoly who blew the whistle on the Challenger accident.
directed by Mark Kalita, fl. 2012; produced by Robert Mertzman, fl. 1993, Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University and Great Plains National Instructional Television Library; interview by Robert Mertzman, fl. 1993, in Ethical Issues in Professional Life (Lincoln, NE: Destination Education, 1993), 29 mins
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Measurement and the Search for a Relationship
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produced by Rod Rees (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 20 mins
This program uses case studies to show how an experiment can be designed to test the effect of two independent variables and how mathematical formulas can be derived from experimental measurements.
produced by Rod Rees (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 20 mins
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Portable Scanners
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produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
Though EEG (Electroencephalography) has been around for decades, now, new technology allows us to detect and measure brain activity with a lightweight headset and mobile phone. National Geographic Emerging Explorer and entrepreneur Tan Le demonstrates how her company's EEG headset and software can be used for a va...
produced by National Geographic Film & Television (District of Columbia: National Geographic, 2015), 2 mins
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Beam On: Careers at the Synchrotron
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produced by Rod Rees; interview by Roger Rassool (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 21 mins
Physicist Roger Rassool finds out who does what at a synchrotron, and why they love their jobs. A synchrotron is a large machine that accelerates electrons to almost the speed of light. As the electrons are deflected through magnetic fields they create extremely bright light. The light is channeled down beamlines...
produced by Rod Rees; interview by Roger Rassool (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 21 mins
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