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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Stephon Alexander: Theoretical Physicist

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Physicist Stephon Alexander, an associate professor at Haverford College, is fascinated by big questions in theoretical cosmology, quantum gravity, and particle physics. He's also an accomplished jazz saxophonist. Learn how a high school physics teacher helped fuel his passion for both science and music.

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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Simon Singh: Science and Religion Shake Hands

Don't think it's possible? Simon Singh explains how.

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Simon Singh: Science and Religion Shake Hands

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Simon Singh: It All Started with the Big Bang

One of Simon Singh's books inspires the Barenaked Ladies to write a sitcom theme.

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Simon Singh: It All Started with the Big Bang

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Simon Singh: D'oh = mc²

Simon Singh discovers that there is an insane amount of math in "The Simpsons."

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Simon Singh: D'oh = mc²

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Matt Denton: How to Make a Lovable Robot

Matt Denton makes BB-8 so lovable that they both wind up on the red carpet.

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Matt Denton: How to Make a Lovable Robot

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