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"Science Bag" - Videos

The "Science Bag" program was begun in 1973 by faculty members at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.  The group believed strongly that science should be more accessible to the general public.  Since its inception, 150,000 people have attended UWM's popular Friday night "Science Bag" programs presented by biologists, geologists, mathematicians, anthropologists, meteorologists, chemists, and physicists. Selected videos from this highly successful public series -- on Atmospheric Science, Biological Science, Chemistry, Geological Science, and Physics -- are now available online.  Among the featured programs:  "Chaos and Fractal Forms: Irregularity in Nature," "Alien Invaders: Exotic Species in the Food Web of the Great Lakes," and "Ancient Arrowheads, Roman Baseball Cards, and Optical... Show More


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