The Wasp: The Science of Wasps | Marvel University

The Wasp: The Science of Wasps | Marvel University

In the second episode of the series, sponsored by Dell, host John Urschel takes a deeper look at The Wasp. Special thanks to the LA Natural History Museum! ► Subscribe to Marvel: http://bit.ly/WeO3YJ Welcome to #MarvelUniversity, our new series where we explore the real life science and technology behind your favorite Marvel comics, concepts, and ..

Ant-Man: The Science of Ants | Marvel University

Ant-Man: The Science of Ants | Marvel University

Welcome to Marvel University, our new series where we explore the real life science and technology behind your favorite Marvel comics, concepts, and characters! In our first episode of the series host John Urschel takes a deeper look at Ant-Man. ► Subscribe to Marvel: http://bit.ly/WeO3YJ Follow Marvel on Twitter: ‪https://twitter.com/marvel Like Marvel on FaceBook: ‪https://www.facebook.com/Marvel ..

The Science of Ego, The Living Planet — The Science of Marvel

The Science of Ego, The Living Planet — The Science of Marvel

Ego is a literal living planet in the Marvel Universe, but how could a planet come to life. Let’s explore in Marvel Science! Find the Guardians of the Galaxy comic in “Infinity Countdown Prime,” on sale February 21, 2018! Learn more about: The American Museum of Natural History: https://www.amnh.org/ ISS-CASIS: http://www.spacestationresearch.com/ CREDITS: Producer: Judy Stephens ..

SIGGRAPH 2016 – NASA’s Z. Nagin Cox, Keynote Speaker

SIGGRAPH 2016 – NASA’s Z. Nagin Cox, Keynote Speaker

Z. Nagin Cox, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (NASA JPL) Spacecraft Operations Engineer, presents the SIGGRAPH 2016 Keynote. Officially titled “Dare to Do Mighty Things: Exploring Beyond the Earth,” Cox’s keynote address shares stories of NASA missions that cut through earthly political and cultural issues, redefine persistence in engineering and technology, make us rethink our place ..

SIGGRAPH 2016 – Art Gallery

SIGGRAPH 2016 – Art Gallery

SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Gallery Chair Jonah Brucker-Cohen describes the theme of the 2016 Art Gallery, entitled “Data Materialities,” and how data is brought to the foreground for audiences to experience through interactive, immersive works