What a great start to 2013! From Pop Rocks, mystery liquids, folding eggs and even a VIRAL video showing how to remove iron from your breakfast cereal, to newspaper trees, dirty cell phones, and instantly freezing water. Our Sick Science! Video Team works hard to create and develop the best science experiment how to’s every month. Hope you enjoyed this month as much as we did!
DENVER – It’s what happens when you find a creative way to turn an ordinary science concept into an unforgettable learning experience. The phenomenon is called The Spangler Effect and it’s now the concept behind a new YouTube Original Content series hosted by the guy who has a true passion for making science fun, Steve Spangler.
The Google-owned video site announced last October that it was launching more than 100 new video channels in early 2012 aimed at providing high-quality, niche-oriented content. While many of the 100 partners include well-known Hollywood production companies, celebrities and media groups, Steve Spangler is none of the above… and that’s possibly why his increasingly popular science videos caught the attention of YouTube.
YouTube was only five months old when Spangler first taught viewers how to turn a bottle of Diet Coke and a roll of Mentos into an exploding geyser. While Spangler never could have predicted the popularity of his science-related videos, he was confident that posting content to his YouTube channel in those early
We are excited to announce our new partnership with YouTube EDU and the YouTube for Schools project. Students and educators now have access to our entire library of science experiment videos in the classroom. No more work arounds or third-party sites to try to show videos in the classroom. YouTube listened to what educators and parents wanted and created something that will forever change the way teachers use videos in the classroom.
To join YouTube for Schools or learn more about the program, visit www.youtube.com/schools For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to sign up, please read this YouTube Help Center article. It’s no secret… teachers want (and need) access to YouTube in their classrooms for a multitude of great reasons. With hundreds of thousands of videos available at their fingertips, YouTube has become a
1. Who is Bradley Mayhew – Tell us about yourself
Iʼm an Aquarius, I love being outside and taking long walks on the beach at sunset…Technology is a HUGE part of my life. At home we have an iMac, MacBook Pro, MacBook, Apple TV, two iPhone 4s, an iPad, and an iPad 2. All of them are connected in some way. Iʼm obsessed with utility apps for my iPad . Anything that allows me to control something from another location is awesome. Other than that, I am a movie and TV buff. Currently I own over 1200 movies and 150 seasons of various shows… and yes, I can access all of them on my iPad from across the country (thanks StreamToMe)!
2. What do you do at SSS and how long have you been here? Iʼve been doing work for the company since May of 2008, and officially hired on in September of that year. I met Steve while attending Magic in the Rockies in 2006 and ran into him a few years later while working for Apple. My first task after being hired on was to ingest 20 years of