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Meet Genevieve Smith Genevieve Smith is a graduate student at UC Berkeley in the Masters of Development Practice program. She studies the economic and development implications of clean cookstove adoption. She is working with a team of engineers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory to provide more efficient cookstoves to communities in the developing world. By: QUEST Science.
Meet Kathleen Lask Kathleen Lask is a Ph.D. student in the Applied Science and Technology program at UC Berkeley. Learn how she got involved with designing a stove to help refugees in Darfur and how that inspired her to pursue her current career path. By: QUEST Science.
Work and Power Paul Andersen explains how the work is a product of the external force applied to an object or system and the distance it moves. Power is a measure of the amount of work done per unit time. The work can be calculated as the area under a curve in a Force-Distance curve. In gases the work is determined as the area under a Pressure-Volume curve. By: Bozeman Science.
Quantum Randomness | Quantum Mechanics 3 How is quantum randomness anymore mysterious than the randomness of a coin flip? By: Looking Glass Universe.
Field Notes: Anegada Iguana The Anegada Iguana is a member of one of the most endangered groups of lizards in the world. Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom Field Notes are a fun and informative peek into the lives of animals. By: Wild Kingdom.
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