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Texas A&M Student Builds Tiny House to Save on Rent

sound of power saw This is my tiny house. Welcome to my home. And this will be my bathroom. On the left-hand side’s the shower. I’ll have a propane stove right here. It’s going to be a staircase going up. This is where my bed’s going to be. Drinking my morning coffee and eating and […]

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In the Shop: Symmetry Disinfecting

My name is David Morrissey I am a New Product Engineer with Visa Lighting and I’m the product lead with the small Symmetry. One of Visa’s best-selling products is the big Symmetry, about 45″ in diameter What we wanted to do is expand the family to incorporate a smaller Symmetry which allows for drop-in installation […]

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Why SpaceX Built A Stainless Steel Starship

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Brilliant, a problem solving website that teaches you think like an engineer. If you have been on the internet in the past month, you have probably seen a picture of Elon Musk’s latest project. A rocket that looks like the brainchild of a H. G […]

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The Map of Mathematics

The mathematics we learn in school doesn’t quite do the field of mathematics justice. We only get a glimpse at one corner of it, but the mathematics as a whole is a huge and wonderfully diverse subject. My aim with this video is to show you all that amazing stuff. We’ll start back at the […]

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