Archive for the ‘Physics videos’ Category
This week is YouTube Geek Week. We’re joining in the celebration and have gathered up some of the best physics bits from YouTube’s content drive for your perusal…
This week we have put together a tribute to the Mars Science Laboratory, aka the Curiosity rover. This is because the brave and lovable robot will have been on the red planet for a year on the 6 August. We think that is worth celebrating!
It has been a year since the Olympics so now is the perfect time to reflect on Usain Bolt’s record and the amazing physics involved in running. This week’s round up is inspired by the research of a group of physicists in Mexico who worked out just how much energy Bolt used to win his Olympic […]
Problems that need solving are what inspire us to innovate and change the world. This week we celebrate the will of physicists not to be beaten by all kinds of mathematical conundrums.
This week saw the Wimbledon finals, England battle it out in the Ashes, a heat wave sweeping across Britain, and schools breaking for the summer holidays. Grab your sunscreen and your water and enjoy the start of the summer.