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Astro2290x_262x136
Astro2290x_262x136
CornellX
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 17 October 2013
Explore the powerful and intriguing connections between astronomy and Einstein’s theory of relativity. About this Course *Note - This is an Archived course* This is a past/archived course. At this time, you can only explore this course in a self-paced fashion. Certain features of this course may not...
3 February 2014, 8 weeks
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16101x_262x136_0
MITx
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: long ago
Discover the basic fluid dynamic concepts behind aircraft analysis and design. About this Course *Note - This is an Archived course* This is a past/archived course. At this time, you can only explore this course in a self-paced fashion. Certain features of this course may not be active, but many people...
26 September 2013, 15 weeks
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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Arts, Music, Film Engineering & Technology Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 30 April 2014
Learn about acoustics and sound fields by using the concept of impedance. We will start with the fundamental concept of one-dimensional cases, understand the essentials, and also cover extended topics. This course introduces acoustics by using the concept of impedance. It starts with vibrations and waves...
20 July 2015, 5 weeks
Favored by 1 person
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How astronomy really works - an overview of the technology that astronomers use to collect and measure light from the universe, and how it is used in practice to make scientific discoveries. "How do they know that?" Modern astronomy has made some astonishing discoveries - how stars burn and how black...
Details to be announced
Favored by 2 people
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ANUx
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 5 August 2014
Exploring the deadliest places in the universe, from black holes to supernovae. About this Course This course will introduce you to the deadliest and most mysterious parts of our universe. Black holes, which warp the very fabric of space-time around them. White-dwarf stars and neutron stars, where the...
14 October 2014, 7 weeks
Favored by 1 person
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Exoplanet07
Exoplanet07
Stéphane Udry
University of Geneva
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: long ago
The course will provide an overview of the knowledge acquired during the past 20 years in the domain of exoplanets. It will review the different detection methods, their limitations, and the information provided on the orbital system and the planet itself, and how this information is helping our understanding...
Details to be announced
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Charles Bailyn
Open Yale courses
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: long ago
This course focuses on three particularly interesting areas of astronomy that are advancing very rapidly: Extra-Solar Planets, Black Holes, and Dark Energy. Particular attention is paid to current projects that promise to improve our understanding significantly over the next few years. The course explores...
Free schedule
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Whether you are an outstanding or a struggling student, "Learning How to Learn" will give you powerful mental tools that will help you learn more effectively in tough-to-master subjects. You will discover practical, immediately useful insights that will help you to more deeply master your studies. This...
2 January 2015, 4 weeks
Favored by 10 people
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Louis A. Bloomfield
University of Virginia
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 2 December 2013
An introduction to physics in the context of everyday objects. Designed for non-science students, this course is a practical introduction to physics and science in everyday life. It considers objects from the world around us, identifying and exploring the scientific concepts upon which they're based...
11 August 2014, 6 weeks
Favored by 3 people
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Unknown
UNSW Australia (The University of New South Wales)
Physics
Gb Paid Free
Course added: 24 October 2013
Mechanics is the basis of much of physics, engineering and other technological disciplines. It begins by quantifying motion, and then explaining it in terms of forces, energy, momentum. This allows us to analyse the operation of many familiar phenomena around us, but also the mechanics of planets, stars...
Details to be announced
Favored by 1 person
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Employability-mooc-logo
Learn how to make effective decisions about your future career and how to take control of your professional development by honing your critical thinking and employability skills. Suitable for anyone undertaking some form of study, regardless of academic discipline, interests or employment background...
Details to be announced
Favored by 9 people
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Robot_mechanics_course_tile262x136_0
A mathematical introduction to the mechanics and control of robots. About this Course *Note - This is an Archived course* This is a past/archived course. At this time, you can only explore this course in a self-paced fashion. Certain features of this course may not be active, but many people enjoy watching...
9 June 2014, 8 weeks
Favored by 1 person
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Math
cik norbaizura bt nordin
OpenLearning
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 31 May 2018
A brief summary of the course...
7 December 2017, 0 weeks
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Charles W. Clark and Victor Galitski
University of Maryland, College Park
Physics
Gb Paid Free
Course added: long ago
An introduction to quantum physics with emphasis on topics at the frontiers of research, and developing understanding through exercise. Quantum physics is the foundation for much of modern technology, provides the framework for understanding light and matter from the subatomic to macroscopic domains...
Details to be announced
Favored by 1 person
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Bio-465x_262x136
The activity of neurons in the brain and the code used by these neurons is described by mathematical neuron models at different levels of detail. About this Course * Note: Archived Course This is a past/archived course. Certain features of this course may not be active, but we still invite you to explore...
28 October 2013, 7 weeks
Favored by 2 people
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Michael Dubson
University of Colorado Boulder, University of Colorado System
Physics
Gb Paid Free
Course added: long ago
This is a 12 week course, currently scheduled to start on Monday, April 14, 2014 and finishing on Friday, July 11. This introductory physics course is intended for physical science majors and others desiring a rigorous introduction to physics. It closely parallels the brick-and-mortar course given to...
Details to be announced
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Dsc_6945
This is an Exploratorium Teacher Institute professional development course open to any science teacher (particularly middle or high school level) and light enthusiast. Participants will engage in hands-on STEM activities that allow them to directly experience natural phenomena and gain an understanding...
24 March 2016, 4 weeks
Favored by 1 person
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S. George Djorgovski
Caltech
Physics
Gb Paid Free
Course added: long ago
An introduction to the modern extragalactic astronomy and cosmology, the physical universe, big bang, formation and evolution of galaxies, quasars, and large-scale structure. This class is an introduction to the modern extragalactic astronomy and cosmology, i.e., the part of astrophysics that deals with...
6 January 2016, 10 weeks
Favored by 1 person
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Astronomy
Astronomy
Dr. John Morgan
Curtin University
Physics
Gb Free
Course added: 4 February 2014
Explore the evolution of the universe, the future of astronomy & the role technology plays in new discoveries.
7 January 2019, 4 weeks
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Ronen Plesser
Duke University
Physics Social Sciences
Gb Free
Course added: long ago
An introduction to astronomy through a broad survey of what we know about the universe and how we know it. In this class, we will be studying, quite literally, everything in the universe.  We will start with "classical" astronomy, describing the night sky and organizing what we see as was done in...
Details to be announced
Favored by 2 people



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