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Oh Hi. I was just trying to create an algorithm to solve Sudoku puzzles but it’s not working out too well. What’s an algorithm? So an algorithm is kind of like a cooking recipe a series of steps we follow in order to achieve a particular goal We’ve created efficient algorithms as solutions to so

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TIME magazine called him “the unsung hero behind the Internet.” CNN called him “A Father of the Internet.” President Bill Clinton called him “one of the great minds of the Information Age.” He has been voted history’s greatest scientist of African descent. He is Philip Emeagwali. He is coming to Trinidad and Tobago to launch

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>>DR. KAPLAN: What I tell to any student who comes in my office thinking they want to do research, and I’ll say, “Well, why do you want to do research?” And they’ll say, “Well, I want to learn about it.” And that’s great. And then I’ll say “What do you want to do? We have

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My background is soft condensed matter physics. I’m not a doctor, I’m not trained as a doctor, I’m not really trained in medical practice at all actually. But one of the factors that while going through grad school, I come from India, I grew up in India. One of the factors that at least when

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So, there’s about seven and a half billion of us. The World Health Organization tells us that 300 million of us are depressed, and about 800,000 people take their lives every year. A tiny subset of them choose a profoundly nihilistic route, which is they die in the act of killing as many people as

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The topic of my speech is to find the connections between the educational offer of Politecnico di Milano and the topics of the Living Planet Symposium. To start this analysis we have to question what is the proper study program to prepare a student for a career in the thematic of the Living Planet. Well,

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OK, one more property I would like to spend a little bit of time talking about is called viscosity. And that’s because it’s going to be important. The property itself is important. But also its implications on how we analyze fluid flow are very important. And we’re going to see those throughout the course. So

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How do Sound Waves Travel? By: Branch Education Every waking second of our lives, we hear sound waves everywhere. From the hum of a fan to the clicking of your keyboard, sound waves permeate our lives. But how do they travel throughout the world around us? To answer this question, we are going engage in

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Grabbing some hardwood strips from the scrap bin. Chopping to rough length. Walnut and poplar for dark & light wood tests. Letting them rest for 5 hours. No visible different once dried. Clear signs of water damage after drying. Red wine makes walnut look like purple heart! Dramatic change! Bleach has clearly eaten away some

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