Tag: education

Making Oregon Count 2020 – Welcome & Opening Remarks

I’m really excited to be here today to kick up such a historic event that making Oregon count 2020 symposium thank you and I wanted to take a quick moment thank the publication Research Center and the incredible team led by director Jason Jurevich for putting together such an amazing event for all of us […]

Cycling with Parkinson’s

Adrenaline That’s sometimes all I need after a bit of a stressful day And when I’m out cycling I feel the wind in my hair like you wouldn’t believe the sun in my face the freedom the adrenaline, the euphoria the position my body’s in, I’m almost pain-free My arm still judders about and my […]

The Try Guys EXTREME Tie-Dye Challenge

(hedge trimmer whirring) – How’s the sound? – [All] Hi, we’re the Tie Guys! – I’m Ty. – I’m Tye with an E. – [Ned] I’m Rye Rye the Tie Dye. – And I’m Shy Guy, the Tie Dye Guy. (laughing) – [Keith] Making Tie Dye – [All] They’ll try it. ♪ The Tie Dyes […]

Why graphene hasn’t taken over the world…yet

– [Cory] It may not look like it, but I’m creating one of the strongest and most versatile materials on Earth, graphene. You’ve probably heard buzz about it. Graphene made big waves back in 2004, and it’s knocked around science news ever since. – A global race for graphene. – You know, it’s not just […]

Bike Shorts: Cycling and Teamwork

Hey, this is Jonathan Vaughters, and I’m going to explain to you exactly how teamwork applies to cycling and how cycling really is a team sport and not an individual sport. So the first thing you have to understand is that the biggest component in cycling that changes it into a very tactical and strategic […]

Bike Shorts: What’s a Peloton?

So, when you’re watching a cycling race, you’ll hear the announcers a lot of times talking about the peloton. Now the peloton, all that means, well it’s actually derived from the Latin root word, which is translated into Spanish or I think Italian, pelota, which means ball. And it just means the big mass of […]

Lesson 1: About your Bike — UU Cycling Crash Course

Hi, there! Welcome to the Utrecht Science Park. My name is Arlinda. -And I’m James. And we’re here today to tell you a little bit about cycling in the Netherlands, and particularly in Utrecht. As you may already know, cycling is super popular in the Netherlands, so it’s also really important that you learn how […]

Why Do Backwards Wings Exist?

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by CuriosityStream, watch over 2,400 documentaries for free for 31 days at curiositystream.com/realengineering. On December 12th, 1984, the United States Air Force and NASA began testing an unusual aircraft. One that broke all aircraft design convention. It’s wings pointed forward. However this experimental aircraft dubbed the […]