FREE Guidebook to Affordable Online Colleges

best-online-collegesOnline — The team at the Affordable Colleges Foundation has received tremendous feedback from prospective students wanting to learn more about online degree programs at four-year not-for-profit institutions.

In response, they have collaborated with several higher education experts to help students better understand online learning at each degree level.
After months manually researching over 50,000 online programs they have created a more comprehensive, up-to-date database than any current government data set available. Continue reading »

Leah4sci: Organic Chemistry Tutorial Videos & Services

To Help College Students With Organic Chemistry

Online — A welcome set of tutorial videos to help college students master difficult science concepts by providing simple explanations and practice problems.

These tutorial videos are created by Leah Fisch, founder and creator of Leah4sci, a private online tutoring company.
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MIT Lec 1 | 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics

Fall 1999

Powers of Ten – Units – Dimensions – Measurements – Uncertainties – Dimensional Analysis – Scaling Arguments

Instructor: Prof. Walter Lewin

License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA

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Science & Cooking: Lecture !

Dave Arnold, Food Arts | Harold McGee, New York Times

This public lecture series from Harvard University discusses concepts from the physical sciences that underpin both everyday cooking and haute cuisine. Each lecture features a world-class chef who visited and presented their remarkable culinary designs:

Ferran Adria presented spherification; Jose Andres discussed both the basic components of food and gelation; Joan Roca demonstrated sous vide; Enric Rovira showed his chocolate delicacies; Wylie Dufresne presented inventions with transglutaminase. Continue reading »

Lectures & Student Projects using microcontrollers and FPGAs at Cornell University

ECE4760 microcontroller lectures 2012

Lectures and Student projects using microcontrollers and FPGAs at Cornell University in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The image at the top of the page is a Morse-Vail telegraph receiver from 1838. Ezra Cornell, the founder of Cornell University, was an investor in Samuel Morse’s telegraph company.
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