This video is going to be a follow up to discuss some more of the terminology involved with squishy circuits. A real quick recap of what you learned in the first video. Here we have … Continue reading Squishy Circuits Classroom Activity Part 2
A wet cell battery hooked … to a light circuit. A simple VOLTAIC CELL — one side ZINC, the other side COPPER Both placed in an electrolyte, a copper (II) sulfate solution. NOW A CHEMICAL … Continue reading The Simple Voltaic Cell Circuit Song- -NOW WITH CLOSED CAPTION SO YOU CAN SING ALONG! Mr. Edmonds”
I am K. Vairavan I am an emeritus professor in electrical engineering and computer science. I started at UWM many years ago, more than 40 years ago I would say. My special interests were in … Continue reading K. Vairavan Connects Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Burping, farting, bloating, diarrhea: We all experience these things. Some may know exactly what foods are causing them these problems, but others may not. Sure, generic lists on Google may help, but they’re not personal … Continue reading $159 Device Detects Foods Causing Your Indigestion
Tap into the awesome world of electrical science with Electronics: Advanced Circuits! Create hundreds of advanced electronic circuits with over 140 electronic components including: capacitors, resistors, transistors, LEDs, a phototransistor, switches, speaker, infrared LED, diodes, … Continue reading Electronics: Advanced Circuits
The Tabletop Explainer episode three: How to build a simple electric motor, plus how it works. Materials (1) cell and leads (2) tape (3) thin insulated wire (4) Magnets; (5) Cylinder; (6) Scissors; (7) paperclips, … Continue reading How to build a simple electric motor, plus how it works.
I’m a neuroscientist, and I’m the co-founder of Backyard Brains, and our mission is to train the next generation of neuroscientists by taking graduate-level neuroscience research equipment and making it available for kids in middle … Continue reading Electrical experiments with plants that count and communicate | Greg Gage
Basic principles in electrical engineering. The SI units. The system of units used in engineering is the International Sistem of units. (SI) It was introduced in 1960 was adopted by the majority of countries. as … Continue reading BASIC PRINCIPLES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PART 0-1