Here are the some of the biggest ideas that cause trouble for the first semester of physics.
Crosswind landings follow the same concepts as a classic physics problem.
A Hulk expert weighs in.
Twice the spinning arms means twice the physics fun.
It all comes down to thrust.
Students built a sleek little pod that achieved a maximum speed of 324 km/hr, but there's more to learn from the test footage.
Don't put it off. You should read that textbook now—or you're not getting your money's worth out of your education.
Cats falling from super-high heights have a greater chance of survival than low-rise falls. That depends on two things: air resistance and apparent weight.
What's the best way to punch someone if you possess superhuman strength?
You will be surprised how quickly a short video conveys just what students know about the subject.