Adventures at Nanoscale: Superconductivity video

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Description
This video follows the adventures of youth characters and their subatomic alter egos to explore how electrical conductors and high temperature superconductors work. This video was made as part of the Quarked! website (www.quarked.org), a grant-funded collaboration by the University of Kansas Department of Physics and Astronomy researchers and the educators at the Natural History Museum http://naturalhistory.ku.edu/. Quarked! - Adventures in the Subatomic Universe brings subatomic physics to life through a multimedia project including an interactive website, a facilitated program for museums and schools, and an educational outreach program.
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Scientists and engineers have formed the interdisciplinary field of nanotechnology by investigating properties and manipulating matter at the nanoscale.

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This video was made as part of the Quarked! website (www.quarked.org). 



Funded by NSF Grant No.1065789.

This video was made as a part of the Quarked! website, a grant-funded collaboration by the University of Kansas Department of Physics and Astronomy researchers and the educators at the Natural History Museum http://naturalhistory.ku.edu/. For more information, videos, and games, please visit http://www.quarked.org


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Copyright 2013 The University of Kansas

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