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Prof. Chris Proud spends time with students from the University of Adelaide discussing big questions, life the universe and everything. In this short (1:16) clip, Chris tells students how seemingly obscure & ‘academic’ research can lead to results that become the basis for whole new fields of science. The Faculty of Sciences thanks Chris for being so generous in this time with students and for allowing us to share the video so freely as part of our 10bigQuestions effort.
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18.9 mb Quicktime .mov – For simple editing on a Mac [H.264 1280×720]
30.3 mb Windows Media .wmv – For simple editing on a PC [Windows Media 9 1280×720]
7.8 mb Quicktime .m4v – For sharing via iPhone/iPad etc [iPhone size 480×351]
5.2 mb Ogg Vorbis .ogg – For open standards folk Linux etc [Ogg Vorbis 532×300]
18.9 mb Source .mov – the original upload [H.264 1280×720]
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