December 12, 2013
A Weblog by Bradley Cain
Technology & Pop Culture is your geeky guide to gadgets, new media and all things digital. We scrape The Tubes daily and funnel it into something decidedly delicious. Just for you.
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The University of Nottingham has a modern take on that Periodic Table of Elements poster collecting dust at your Alma mater.
The Periodic Table of Videos is an interactive, clickable, videoized web version of the familiar Periodic Table. It was created by Brady Haran of the BBC along with a handful of chemistry scientists and professors at the University of Nottingham.
Click on your favorite element and it will launch a YouTube video of demonstrations (read: burning things) and commentary from important people wearing glasses.
I heart magnesium.
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