SciShow Talk Show: Mike Potts & Slick the Tiger Salamander
Welcome back to SciShow Talk Show where Hank Green talks with interesting people! In this episode Hank talks with Mike Potts, an environmental engineer at Pioneer Technical Services, Inc. with special guest Jessi Knudsen Castañeda.
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Duplicating Humans With Robots Is Very Hard
Alex Leonessa, NSF program director for General & Age-Related Disabilities Engineering, describes key challenges in creating truly useful robotic systems to supplementing humans. DARwin-OP, the soccer-playing robot, illustrates some of the issues.
By: Live Science Videos.
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Ceres Bright Spots’ Origins Still Unknown - New Imagery Video
Orbiting into the daylight side of the dwarf planet, NASA’s Dawn probe acquired new images of the bright spots that have grabbed scientists’ attention. Dawn will settle into near circular orbit during April 2015, then begin to gradually lower altitude for higher resolution views.
Full Story: http://www.space.com/29154-dwarf-planet-ceres-mystery-spots-video.html
By: Video From Space.