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Adventures at Nanoscale: Superconductivity video screenshot

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Adventures at Nanoscale: Superconductivity video

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...

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Nanotechnology Part 1: Explore the Nanoscale and Part 2: Nanoproperties

Australian animated videos on nanoscience scale (Part 1) and properties (Part 2). Underpinning an understanding of nanotechnology are two foundational aspects. First appreciating the nanoscale - how might we imagine one billionth of a meter? And second exploring novel nano properties such as conductivity, color and reactivity. This pair of animations explores both scale and properties.

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The Scale of the Universe Zoom

This interactive animation is a modern version of the classic powers of ten video. It takes you all the way from the (estimated) outer reaches of the universe down to the length of a Planck. Somewhere in the middle, the animation let's you explore the nano-scale. Click on different objects as they zoom by to learn more.

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