Science – It has big ideas

Petrov: Massive Crater
SciShow: Phytoplankton
SciShow Space: Rogue Planets
SciShow: Hairy Branches
SciShow: Autoimmunity & Women
Dr. Becky: How I Became an Astrophysicist

Another Major Crater from a Recent Collision Found in Asia

Anton Petrov – Jan 25, 2020 – 13:55

Phytoplankton: Arguably the Most Important Life on Earth

SciShow – Jan 27, 2020 – 7:02
There are incredible creatures living in the ocean that have the power to reshape the planet’s atmosphere – and you’ve probably never even seen them before. These microscopic critters are called phytoplankton, and almost all life, both on land and in the ocean, depends on them. Hosted by: Hank Green

Could Life Survive Without a Star?

SciShow Space – Jan 28, 2020 – 6:07
There are billions of planets out there that don’t orbit stars. The sheer abundance of these planets has led some scientists to wonder if life could emerge without a star. Host: Reid Reimers

When Winter Gives Dead Branches Hair

SciShow – Jan 28, 2020 – 4:33

What is this strange looking stuff? Is this branch just covered in fungus!? Well, it’s not fungus…but fungus DOES have something to do with it! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon

Ice Segregation!

Why Do Women Have More Autoimmune Conditions?

SciShow – Jan 29, 2020 – 15:51
Our immune systems are generally pretty great, but sometimes they can turn on us. And for some reason, these autoimmune conditions mostly affect women. Hosted by: Hank Green


How I became an Astrophysicist | 2004-2020

Dr. Becky – Jan 29, 2020 – 14:47
I get asked a lot, especially by students, how I actually became an astrophysicist. So I thought I’d outline my path from high school to my current job at the University of Oxford.

Note this is focussed on the UK system but you should be able to draw parallels with your home country. Also note that my path was enabled by a whole heap of privilege as well.

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