Molecular Weight of a Protein from Osmotic Pressure

Molecular Weight of a Protein from Osmotic Pressure

Here we have a container in which we put a solution of protein dissolved in water. This container has a membrane. This membrane allows water to permeate but not the protein and so the green represents the protein solution. And then to get to equilibrium, water is – there’s pure water surrounding this container. Water …

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How Engineers Are Turning Wind into Protein Powder

How Engineers Are Turning Wind into Protein Powder

Thanks to Skillshare for supporting this episode of SciShow. [INTRO ] There are lots of reasons to want renewable sources of energy. They can reduce smog, create jobs, and lower our environmental impacts… which we all pretty much agree are good things to do. But right now, there are limits to how much energy we …

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Powering a Particle Accelerator

Powering a Particle Accelerator

ISIS, well, the first thing I should say is that it’s not a terrorist organisation. ISIS is a neutron and muon facility that’s designed to deliver neutron beams for users. So they put samples in the beam line to study things like structure of materials, how they work. All sorts of things from materials science …

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Graduate School and Students with Disabilities

Graduate School and Students with Disabilities

[Music]>>Narrator: Graduate students with disabilities, working with faculty and disability services, can have successful graduate school experiences, complete their degrees, and go on to rewarding careers.>>Kayla: My name is Kayla and I have a form of muscular dystrophy. So essentially I just use a wheelchair because my muscles are weak and I also have panic …

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