Try this experiment to understand parallel and series circuits.
Watch what happens when you drop a golf ball in a bucket of water in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch what happens when you hit a lightbulb with a hammer in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
Understanding conductive, convective, and radiative heat transfer using a thermal camera.
See what a house fly looks like in slow motion in this film by Doc Edgerton.
Watch this film by Doc Edgerton showing how a high-speed camera works.
Ever wonder what exactly a vaccine does to prevent you from getting sick? Watch this video to find out how it works.
Understanding how we use electromagnetic waves to transmit information.
The Council on Primary and Secondary Education 2002 summer program hosted 70 pre-college teachers at MIT to attend MIT Physics Professor Walter Lewin's inspired talk about physics.
Learn the physics behind how quadrotors fly -- and how they can do it without any human help at all.
See how the wings move on insects with two pairs of wings behaving as one in this slow motion film by Doc Edgerton.
How do you determine the density of an irregularly shaped object? Learn how Archimedes did this thousands of years ago with just a beaker, water, and some simple math.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau testing Harold 'Doc' Edgerton's underwater camera and flash in the MIT Pool, 1952.