Harvard University just made its 2009 photography course free to access online. The content is a little dated, but it is free, and still a great resource for leveling up your photography skills.
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In 1919, a holding tank filled with 2.3 million gallons of molasses ruptured and sent an enormous wave of goop through the streets of Boston. It enveloped and destroyed everything in its path — leaving 21 people dead and around 150 others injured. Until now, no one really knew why it was so deadly, but a team of scientists and students believe they have found a solution.
To beat cancer, early detection is crucial. Now, a team of Japanese and American scientists has revealed extremely thin sensors that could one day be built into skin-tight, tumour-detecting gloves for doctors, who can then share digitised findings with other physicians.
The same research and technological innovations that a team from MIT, Harvard, and Columbia University used to create a pitch-perfect xylophone with bars shaped like animals could one day help make your electronics quieter.
Video: When I first heard of Harvard's Fundamentals of Neuroscience online course, I thought it was going to be so hard to understand that I'll have a seizure before the end of the first clip. But no, thanks to these cool and straightforward animations it's actually very easy.