Clean Air & Healthy Homes Program (CAHHP) Carbon Monoxide Health Effects Video

Fuel is an important resource. It is a critical component for the production of energy. Without it, we would not be able to travel. We would be without heat and light. In the process of converting fuel to energy, oxygen is consumed and water and carbon dioxide are produced as well, as shown in this […]

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This is the World’s First Helicopter! | Innovation Nation

whenever you hear about the inventors of powered flight it’s always the Wright Brothers Orville this Wilbur that well that’s probably because Igor doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue in the same way but Igor Sikorsky also changed aviation when he built this the first fully functioning helicopter it might not look sleek or aerodynamic […]

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Global Precipitation Measurement mission data released on This Week @NASA – September 5, 2014

“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” Precipitation information from the first six months of the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory mission now is fully available to the public. Launched from Japan in February, the joint NASA and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency mission works with international partner satellites to produce precise and […]

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Measuring and Modeling Wind Turbine Dynamics (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

>>So this project was an initiative of LANL in conjunction with the Clinic Program here at Harvey Mudd. It started two years ago, so 2010–2011 school year. That team started off the project and kicked it off. and we’ve been working from where they left off.>>We’re doing this for Los Alamos National Labs. It’s part […]

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