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ScienceDump is a source for popular science videos and pictures. Its intention is to bring fun, art and passion into Science. It is difficult to assess how many videos or other multimedia are available on the site but it must be a few hundred, all from different sources like National Geographic or TED Ed. By registering you will receive emails with regular updates on new and popular videos. You can also suggest new videos yourself. The site does not give a lot of information (or rather almost none) but the videos are what they promise: fun and interesting and learnful.
The site contains documentaries, infographics, science bits that are funny or arty, and much more.
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Art
Biology
Bizarre - Oddities
Computer - Internet
Health
ScienceHipster
Design
Environment
Gadget
History
Humor
Math
Mind
Nano
Nature
Other
Philosophy
Physics
Robotics - Engineering
Universe

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Mathematics in Movies

This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. The movies can be played online, on PC, on iphone/ipad or downloaded to be included into a presentation. The collection was curated by Oliver Knill, Department of Mathematics at Harvard University between March 2006 - July 2011. A fun way to introduce maths...
Learn for example how to calculate 10 times 1000 by watching a funny part of The Full Monty or how to solve the quadratic equation from a math scene in the Fellini movie Amarcord, a movie with a number of delightful school scenes.

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Oliver Knill, Department of Mathematics at Harvard University

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