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University of Michigan professor feeds hunger for online education with bite- size science

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Published on Dec 20, 2012

Professor Maynard's Risk Bites video series: http://www.youtube.com/user/riskbites
Like many scientific concepts, risk science is not always easy to understand. So, inspired by Sal Khan, Henry Reich and Vi Hart — all of whom can be found on YouTube scribbling as they explain physics and math — Risk Bites creator Andrew Maynard takes a white dry erase board and a black marker to doodle lessons on gun control, asbestos, BPA and tryptophan. Some of his more provocative topics: Could Eating Chocolate get you a Nobel Prize?, Ten Ways Water Can Kill, and the recent Poop and Cell Phones.

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