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Emile Bruneau, a postdoctoral associate in Rebecca Saxe's lab at the McGovern Institute, is interested in the psychology of human conflict. He is working with Saxe to figure out why empathy — the ability to feel compassion for another pe...
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An interview with Bob Silbey about John Waugh, on the occasion of the awarding of the Welch Foundation Award to Dr. Waugh for his ground-breaking work in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in 2011. Video courtesy of the Welch ...
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A DC current is sent around a wire loop that is free to rotate. The current causes the loop to feel a torque in the presence of a magnetic field. Switching the current when the loop flips over allows it to continue accelerating, demonstr...
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