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#SummerScience #STEM #health
Summer Science Live 2022: Meteorites, llamas, chocolate and the third thumb | The Royal Society
5,390 views Streamed live on 9 Jul 2022 Discover the story of the Winchcombe meteorite, 🌠 find out how chocolate is made, 🍫 why llamas can fight human diseases 🦙 and what life would be like with an extra thumb on one hand 👍

Watch edited highlights:

▶ How chocolate gets its flavour https://youtu.be/3JvQqv_d4FQ
▶ Is fusion the future of power? https://youtu.be/Ldm5MNqq1gg
▶ Could llamas help cure Covid-19? https://youtu.be/vgElT2JgUHo
▶ What would you do with a third thumb? https://youtu.be/uMitg7wyoU8
▶ The book on fish that nearly sank Isaac Newton https://youtu.be/ILmzte-acsU
▶ Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite https://youtu.be/y-4-BuYZqa8
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ Using beer waste to make materials https://youtu.be/vvJCPpOSDlU
▶ Nature has made few proteins. Scientists are making more https://youtu.be/Am45c83iLg4
▶ What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life'? https://youtu.be/K1RPqVCTU78
▶ Why we aren't as polarised as we think https://youtu.be/n7t-Xy8Y3oo
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ How dangerous is 'space weather'? https://youtu.be/vOFkLD2FC4w

#SummerScience #STEM #health #biology #astronomy #space #physics #chemistry

Join us for a special broadcast live from the Summer Science Exhibition 2022. Hosted by award-winning materials scientist, engineer and communicator Anna Ploszajski, the session will include interviews and hands-on demos that will give you the opportunity to see and experience the buzz of the live exhibition.

Find out more about this year's exhibition at https://royalsociety.org/summer

0:00 - Intro
3:03 - Mind over matter
12:55 - What is the deadliest animal on Earth?
23:10 - How to make a brand new protein
30:34 - Microbial puppet masters
41:43 - The science of chocolate
50:19 - Why the nation isn't actually polarised
56:18 - Llamas vs viruses
1:05:11 - The young researchers zone at Summer Science
1:13:05 - BBC Ideas: what happens if antibiotics stop working?
1:19:30 - Is fusion the future of sustainable power?
1:23:48 - BBC Ideas: secrets of the deep ocean
1:28:39 - Ocean travellers
1:39:30 - Would you want a third thumb?
1:51:09 - Can beer waste be used to make materials?
1:57:23 - Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite
2:05:33 - What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life?'
2:13:01 - Solar panels from raspberries
2:23:28 - BBC Ideas: the hidden magic of soil
2:28:02 - Isaac Newton vs the book of fishes
2:41:45 - How dangerous is 'space weather'?

The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

Subscribe to our channel for exciting science videos and live events, many hosted by Brian Cox, our Professor for Public Engagement: https://bit.ly/3fQIFXB

▶https://royalsociety.org/

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Period9/07/2022
 
#SummerScience #STEM #health
Summer Science Live 2022: Meteorites, llamas, chocolate and the third thumb | The Royal Society
5,390 views Streamed live on 9 Jul 2022 Discover the story of the Winchcombe meteorite, 🌠 find out how chocolate is made, 🍫 why llamas can fight human diseases 🦙 and what life would be like with an extra thumb on one hand 👍

Watch edited highlights:

▶ How chocolate gets its flavour https://youtu.be/3JvQqv_d4FQ
▶ Is fusion the future of power? https://youtu.be/Ldm5MNqq1gg
▶ Could llamas help cure Covid-19? https://youtu.be/vgElT2JgUHo
▶ What would you do with a third thumb? https://youtu.be/uMitg7wyoU8
▶ The book on fish that nearly sank Isaac Newton https://youtu.be/ILmzte-acsU
▶ Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite https://youtu.be/y-4-BuYZqa8
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ Using beer waste to make materials https://youtu.be/vvJCPpOSDlU
▶ Nature has made few proteins. Scientists are making more https://youtu.be/Am45c83iLg4
▶ What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life'? https://youtu.be/K1RPqVCTU78
▶ Why we aren't as polarised as we think https://youtu.be/n7t-Xy8Y3oo
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ How dangerous is 'space weather'? https://youtu.be/vOFkLD2FC4w

#SummerScience #STEM #health #biology #astronomy #space #physics #chemistry

Join us for a special broadcast live from the Summer Science Exhibition 2022. Hosted by award-winning materials scientist, engineer and communicator Anna Ploszajski, the session will include interviews and hands-on demos that will give you the opportunity to see and experience the buzz of the live exhibition.

Find out more about this year's exhibition at https://royalsociety.org/summer

0:00 - Intro
3:03 - Mind over matter
12:55 - What is the deadliest animal on Earth?
23:10 - How to make a brand new protein
30:34 - Microbial puppet masters
41:43 - The science of chocolate
50:19 - Why the nation isn't actually polarised
56:18 - Llamas vs viruses
1:05:11 - The young researchers zone at Summer Science
1:13:05 - BBC Ideas: what happens if antibiotics stop working?
1:19:30 - Is fusion the future of sustainable power?
1:23:48 - BBC Ideas: secrets of the deep ocean
1:28:39 - Ocean travellers
1:39:30 - Would you want a third thumb?
1:51:09 - Can beer waste be used to make materials?
1:57:23 - Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite
2:05:33 - What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life?'
2:13:01 - Solar panels from raspberries
2:23:28 - BBC Ideas: the hidden magic of soil
2:28:02 - Isaac Newton vs the book of fishes
2:41:45 - How dangerous is 'space weather'?

The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

Subscribe to our channel for exciting science videos and live events, many hosted by Brian Cox, our Professor for Public Engagement: https://bit.ly/3fQIFXB

▶https://royalsociety.org/

We’re also on Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/royalsociety
Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/theroyalsoci...
Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/theroyalsoc...
And LinkedIn ▶ https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-...

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TitleMonitoring extreme space weather (Summer Science Live 2022)
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media typeWeb
Duration/Length/Size5 minutes
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Date9/07/22
Description#SummerScience #STEM #health
Summer Science Live 2022: Meteorites, llamas, chocolate and the third thumb | The Royal Society
5,390 views Streamed live on 9 Jul 2022 Discover the story of the Winchcombe meteorite, 🌠 find out how chocolate is made, 🍫 why llamas can fight human diseases 🦙 and what life would be like with an extra thumb on one hand 👍

Watch edited highlights:

▶ How chocolate gets its flavour https://youtu.be/3JvQqv_d4FQ
▶ Is fusion the future of power? https://youtu.be/Ldm5MNqq1gg
▶ Could llamas help cure Covid-19? https://youtu.be/vgElT2JgUHo
▶ What would you do with a third thumb? https://youtu.be/uMitg7wyoU8
▶ The book on fish that nearly sank Isaac Newton https://youtu.be/ILmzte-acsU
▶ Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite https://youtu.be/y-4-BuYZqa8
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ Using beer waste to make materials https://youtu.be/vvJCPpOSDlU
▶ Nature has made few proteins. Scientists are making more https://youtu.be/Am45c83iLg4
▶ What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life'? https://youtu.be/K1RPqVCTU78
▶ Why we aren't as polarised as we think https://youtu.be/n7t-Xy8Y3oo
▶ What on Earth is a bacteriophage? https://youtu.be/RmaBalpUyYc
▶ How dangerous is 'space weather'? https://youtu.be/vOFkLD2FC4w

#SummerScience #STEM #health #biology #astronomy #space #physics #chemistry

Join us for a special broadcast live from the Summer Science Exhibition 2022. Hosted by award-winning materials scientist, engineer and communicator Anna Ploszajski, the session will include interviews and hands-on demos that will give you the opportunity to see and experience the buzz of the live exhibition.

Find out more about this year's exhibition at https://royalsociety.org/summer

0:00 - Intro
3:03 - Mind over matter
12:55 - What is the deadliest animal on Earth?
23:10 - How to make a brand new protein
30:34 - Microbial puppet masters
41:43 - The science of chocolate
50:19 - Why the nation isn't actually polarised
56:18 - Llamas vs viruses
1:05:11 - The young researchers zone at Summer Science
1:13:05 - BBC Ideas: what happens if antibiotics stop working?
1:19:30 - Is fusion the future of sustainable power?
1:23:48 - BBC Ideas: secrets of the deep ocean
1:28:39 - Ocean travellers
1:39:30 - Would you want a third thumb?
1:51:09 - Can beer waste be used to make materials?
1:57:23 - Hunting the Winchcombe meteorite
2:05:33 - What is the 'Darwin Tree of Life?'
2:13:01 - Solar panels from raspberries
2:23:28 - BBC Ideas: the hidden magic of soil
2:28:02 - Isaac Newton vs the book of fishes
2:41:45 - How dangerous is 'space weather'?

The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.

Subscribe to our channel for exciting science videos and live events, many hosted by Brian Cox, our Professor for Public Engagement: https://bit.ly/3fQIFXB

▶https://royalsociety.org/

We’re also on Twitter ▶ https://twitter.com/royalsociety
Facebook ▶ https://www.facebook.com/theroyalsoci...
Instagram ▶ https://www.instagram.com/theroyalsoc...
And LinkedIn ▶ https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-...
Producer/AuthorClockwise Film / The Royal Society
PersonsMichael Aspinall