Tag: science

Industrial Electronics Maintenance

[Travis:] The Industrial Electronics Maintenance Program covers a broad range of manufacturing electronics that are encountered from three-phase electricities to PLC’s, hydraulics, and pneumatics. [Eric:] I was pretty much in a dead-end job. I was looking for something to do, and I was always interested in electronics and everything mechanical and how it works. [Travis:] […]

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Photosynthesis with the Wireless CO2 Sensor

[PASCO Wireless Sensors] [Photosynthesis with Wireless CO2] Hi. I’m Mike Blasberg, the Biology Education Manager here at PASCO. Today we’re going to do a quick lab on photosynthesis using the Wireless CO2 Sensor. To get started, I’ll power on the sensor and launch SPARKvue and open the Bluetooth menu. The red LED next to the […]

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Cheap Antennas – How to Model and Build your own Fan Dipole for HF

Apologies for the mess of these subtitles. I’ve done the best I can for the time being. G’day my name’s Callum from DX Commander and I specialize in thinking about antennas for guys on a budget because 15 years ago when I got licensed you got any internet and people are very happy to sell […]

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Lec 4 | MIT 6.00 Introduction to Computer Science and Programming, Fall 2008

ANNOUNCER: Open content is provided under creative commons license. Your support will help MIT OpenCourseWare continue to offer high-quality educational resources for free. To make a donation, or view additional materials from hundreds of MIT courses, visit MIT OpenCourseWare at ocw.mit.edu . PROFESSOR ERIC GRIMSON: As I’ve done in the previous lectures, let me set […]

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Should I Go Into Computer Science?

I want to get into a field that will be growing for the rest of my career. Should I go into computer science? Are you comfortable learning a lot of languages? I already know Spanish and American Sign Language. You have to learn Java, Unix, JavaScript, C, C++ – That sounds like you’re talking about […]

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Quantum computers: Computing the impossible

Quantum computers could one day solve some of the world’s toughest problems, and they’d do this by working completely differently to a regular computer. Information is stored in your laptop in bits. Every bit is either a one or a zero: up or down. But quantum computers are made of qubits. Unlike bits, qubits can […]

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The dark side of electronic waste recycling

– [Jim] They had a place where they’d store it right under our noses. They just thought they could get away with it forever, and they could have if it hadn’t been for those trackers. (Jim laughs) – [Reporter] Right now, you’re watching this on an electronic device. Do you ever think about where it’ll […]

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Hello World — Programming on Quantum Computers Ep 3

– Call got get counts and pass in our circuit. And there it is; that’s the result of executing our quantum circuit. (funky music) Hello, everyone. Welcome back to Coding with Qiskit. So traditionally when we learn new programming languages, the first application that we write is what’s called the Hello World application. And the […]

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