Concours Commun Sciences Po – Admission Post-Bac et Bac +1

May 30, 2013By adminSciences No Comments

REPLAY DISPONIBLE ICI : http://www.campus-channel.com/fr/live/300/concours-commun-des-6-iep-le-concours-commun-des-6-iep.html QUESTIONS : 1:06::Le Speech 3:4… Video Rating: 4 / 5 President Obama Speaks at the 150th Anniversary of the National Academy of Sciences April 29, 2013 | 18:44 | Public Domain President Obama delivers remarks a… Video Rating: 5 / 5

Sheldon Cooper On Social Sciences

April 22, 2013By adminSciences 23 Comments

From The Big Bang Theory – The Friendship Algorithm “The social sciences are largely hokum.” Video Rating: 4 / 5 Biosciences at Brunel University offer undergraduate BSc Honours degree courses in Biomedical Sciences along with themed pathways in either Biochemistry; For… Video Rating: 4 / 5

Science Scams: Bad Science, Bad People

December 23, 2012By adminSciences 19 Comments

Subscribe to io9’s We Come From The Future here: www.youtube.com We take a look at the shady side of science, and talk about some of our favorite scientist con artists. Plus we talk to UC Berkeley biologist Gary Karpen about what you can really get out of online genetic testing services and what you don’t! … Read More

Sir Karl Popper’s “Science as Falsification”

September 24, 2012By adminSciences 25 Comments

Originally published in “Conjectures and Refutations” (1963). A key discussion in the philosophy of science. A discussion of Sir Karl’s Problem of Demarcation and the principle of falsification. www.stephenjaygould.org You may notice a few places where the audio seems to skip. This is a microphone glitch that has recently developed. I made my best effort … Read More

Dopamine Jackpot! Sapolsky on the Science of Pleasure

April 7, 2012By adminSciences 25 Comments

Complete video at: fora.tv Robert Sapolsky, professor of biology and neurology at Stanford University, compares dopamine levels in monkeys and humans. Sapolsky argues that in both, “Dopamine is not about pleasure, it’s about the anticipation of pleasure. It’s about the pursuit of happiness.” Unlike monkeys however, humans “keep those dopamine levels up for decades and … Read More