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Movie of Crystals Drying

Movie of Crystals Drying
This is a high speed video of the crystal ribbons forming as the solution is spread using a squeegee like technique.

Contact: Tom Abate
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650-736-2245
Stanford School of Engineering

The Surprising Consequences of Banning Chocolate Milk

The Surprising Consequences of Banning Chocolate Milk
Director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab, Brian Wansink recommends, "There are other ways to encourage kids to select white milk without banning the chocolate. Make white milk appear more convenient...

Contact: Drew Hanks
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Cornell Food & Brand Lab

Sacrificial Bonds for Extra Toughness

Sacrificial Bonds for Extra Toughness
This video demonstrates the stretching and breaking of elastomers containing breakable sacrificial bonds that emit light as they break. The first experiment shown is a series of loading/unloading ...

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Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (7 of 7)

Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (7 of 7)
This is a movie describing the experimental setup. This video relates to a paper that appeared in Apr. 4, 2014, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by Florian Muijres at University ...

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Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (6 of 7)

Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (6 of 7)
This is a 3-D fly model video of the escape maneuver of a flying fruit fly (Drosophila hydei). The video is slowed down 300x, and the model is magnified 2x to show body and wing movements in ...

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Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (5 of 7)

Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (5 of 7)
This is a fly model video of the escape maneuver of a flying fruit fly (Drosophila hydei). The video is slowed down 300x, and the model is magnified 2x to show body and wing movements in detail...

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Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (4 of 7)

Banked Turns Are Flies' Saving Grace (4 of 7)
This is a high-speed video of a rapid escape maneuver of a flying fruit fly (Drosophila hydei). The video is slowed down 300x. Please note that the last clip in the video consists of a 3-D ...

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Lemurscent (2 of 2)

Lemurscent (2 of 2)
Herodotus, a male ring-tailed lemur living at the Duke Lemur Center moves toward the sound of a familiar female from a hidden speaker and marks a wooden rod rubbed with her scent (right). He also ...

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Duke University

TRMM Flyby of Ita on April 9

TRMM Flyby of Ita on April 9
On April 9, NASA's TRMM saw powerful storms in Ita's eye wall reached heights of over 14 km/8.7 miles. The tallest thunderstorm towers reached heights of over 16 km/9.9 miles high in a feeder band ...

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Fish From Acidic Ocean Waters Less Able to Smell Predators

Fish From Acidic Ocean Waters Less Able to Smell Predators
Scientists collected fish from the coral reefs shown here and found that fish from the more acidic waters of the bubble reefs were less likely to detect the odor of predators.

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Georgia Institute of Technology

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