Science of Really Tiny Thingies

Subatomic Stories: Forces the Feynman way
Fermilab – May 6, 2020 – 9:54
Subatomic forces at the quantum level are best understood as a cloud of force-carrying particles jumping from one object to another. In Episode 5 of Subatomic Stories, Fermilab’s Dr. Don Lincoln gives a brief explanation of this phenomenon, including two analogies for how this complicated mathematics can be understood.


The wonders of the molecular world, animated | Janet Iwasa
TED – May 6, 2020 – 6:05
Some biological structures are so small that scientists can’t see them with even the most powerful microscopes. That’s where molecular animator and TED Fellow Janet Iwasa gets creative. Explore vast, unseen molecular worlds as she shares mesmerizing animations that imagine how they might work.

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