1. A dollop of ferrofluid divides into daughter droplets (and several very small pellets) when exposed to a magnetic field.
    Credit: Courtesy of Science/AAAS

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  2. The Higgs boson was all over the news in early July 2012 when physicists announced that it had been found. But what is a Higgs boson? Here’s a basic overview!

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  3. You can actually see sound waves as they travel through the air thanks to a clever photographic trick.



    Produced by Adam Cole
    Hands shot by Meg Vogel

    Schlieren images provided by Mike Hargather (infohost.nmt.edu/~mjh/people.html)
    Amber Kates
    Bobby Gold
    J. W. Tang, A. Nicolle and J. Pantelic

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  4. Physics - Short animation, which was part of the Science Club series on BBC2 hosted by Dara O Briain,
    © BBC

    Directed by: Åsa Lucander @ 12foot6
    Produced by: 12foot6
    Art&Design: Åsa Lucander
    Additional Art: Marc Moynihan
    Stop Motion & Compositing: Julia Bartl
    Animation: Kim Alexander, Marc Moynihan, Anna Fyda, Barry Evans, Lucy Izzard, Simon Testro, Phoebe Halstead, Michael Towers
    Sound: Laura Coates

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  5. Kimatični poskus o možnostih vizualizacije in materializacije zvoka.

    A cymatic experiment about the possibilities of visualizing and materializing sound.

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