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Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Steven Pinker: Good and Evil in 30 Seconds

Steven Pinker is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. Among many other subjects, he researches and explores cognition, language and the history of human violence. In his off-hours, he appears on "The Colbert Report" where he endures endless jokes about his hair from host Stephen Colbert.

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Matt Denton: How to Make a Lovable Robot

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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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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Matt Denton: Cinema 101: The Uses of Deodorant

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Matt Denton: Cinema 101: The Uses of Deodorant

Matt Denton stays dry and smells fine with deodorant in his toolkit of cinematic wizardry.

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Matt Denton: Cinema 101: The Uses of Deodorant

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Matt Denton: An Amazing Journey...To a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Matt Denton: An Amazing Journey...To a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Matt Denton uses his electronics expertise to engineer a cute little robot named BB-8.

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Matt Denton: An Amazing Journey...To a Galaxy Far, Far Away

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Video thumbnail: Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers Matt Denton: BB-8: A Star Wars Droid's Seven Secrets

Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Matt Denton: BB-8: A Star Wars Droid's Seven Secrets

If a cat is supposed to have nine lives, Matt Denton explains, BB-8 has at least seven...

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Matt Denton: BB-8: A Star Wars Droid's Seven Secrets

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