Where have you bean? Didn't you know that chocolate is a delicious topic for discussing phase change?
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Under pressure to learn how physics and coffee go together? Watch this espresso video and find out.
After you watch this video on coffee brewing and physics, let the information percolate.
Factors to consider when making pottery on the wheel are discussed, but not in a way that would make your head spin.
Watch as Dr. Simon Capstick drops fruit from a tall building to demonstrate the effect of mass, gravity, and air friction on falling objects.
Have you ever wanted to fly paper airplanes for fun while learning about the science of flight? Here's your chance! Produced with funding from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.
Let's get rolling and explore the physics behind rolling cars! Make sure you stay on track. Produced with funding from the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.
When you watch this video, your knowledge related to flight and physics will really take off!
We'll be looking at the role of pitch, number of blades and material for outboard motor props as it relates to the propulsion of a boat
Why can't you put Ethanol fuel in a boat motor?
Jump to it and learn more about how quadratic equations are used in robot navigation problem solving!
Math is important to help you get where you want to go in life, especially if you plan to fly there!
Can't tell if it's heads or tails with vectors? Try these demos.
Dr. Betta Jerome, a senior mechanical engineer with the United States Air Force, explains force, motion, and momentum in the context of a military projectile weapons testing environment.
Senior Airman Jennifer Tisdale explains the role of vectors in management of flight traffic for the United States Air Force.
Harley Means discusses the mathematical methods hydrologists use to calculate the velocity of rivers.
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