Singing in the Key of Science NPR science correspondent Joe Palca talks with a physics professor who serenades his students with ditties about E=mc² and the like. Professor Walter Smith at Haverford College often plays songs on his ukulele to teach complex concepts.
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Singing in the Key of Science

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Singing in the Key of Science

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NPR science correspondent Joe Palca talks with a physics professor who serenades his students with ditties about E=mc² and the like. Professor Walter Smith at Haverford College often plays songs on his ukulele to teach complex concepts.

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