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The Science of the Olympic Winter Games

 A 16 part video series from the partnership of NBC and the National Science Foundation, on the physics, biology, chemistry, and materials engineering behind the Olympic Winter Games. Videos such as Slapshot Physics and Figuring out Figure Skating give new meaning
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 A 16-part video series from the partnership of NBC and the National Science Foundation, on the physics, biology, chemistry, and materials engineering behind the Olympic Winter Games. Videos such as Slapshot Physics and Figuring out Figure Skating give new meaning to common classroom curriculum.

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