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AtHome

At ScienceAtHome we're building a media reference library around our citizen science games and research to help explain the work we do. Here's a sample as an introduction.

If you would like to see more, join our community on YouTube where we have curated playlists around our games and talks. 

Podcasts

Root Access

Root & Access podcast

Mike and the team speak to Jacob Sherson from ScienceAtHome about how quantum technologies promise to advance our society.

Science Friday

Jacob Sherson talks about the free computer game Quantum Moves, which gives anyone a chance to use “quantum intuition”.

Radio24syv 

Radio24syv

Jacob Sherson talks to Danish Radio24syv in collaboration with the Carlsberg Foundation. (Danish).

Video

Turbulence

Play Turbulence and help our quest to unlock the mysteries of the “most important unsolved problem in classical physics”.

Potential Penguin

Potential Penguin explores the connections between potential and kinetic energy. Change the landscape and control the potential energy of  the penguin.

Quantum Moves

Quantum Moves was born out of the dilemmas and questions our researchers confronted when they took on the challenge of building a quantum computer.

TEDx - Jacob Sherson

Jacob invites us into the world of quantum physics and explains how anyone can become a quantum physicist by playing computer games.

The Alice Experiment

Alice is a remote controlled physics experiment for opening up a modern quantum physics experiment to everyone.

Building a quantum computer

Our stop motion film explains the nature of quantum computers and how your contribution can help physicists in cutting edge research. 

Skill Lab

Skill Lab is a collection of minigames that challenge your mind in different ways, allowing you to test your gaming brain skills against yourself and other people.

Quantum Minds

Help us figure out how anyone can become a quantum physicist by playing games. How do people to solve the quantum challenge with little or no training in physics?

Germinate

In Germinate, you can play with a system of atoms, you can excite them in spatial patterns, and you can see how such patterns evolve with time.

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