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View Resource Secrets of the Sequence

If you are looking to get in on the ground floor of the DNA sequencing that occurs in a high-tech laboratory, this video series is a fine place to start. Produced with help from a variety of sponsors, such as the National Academies and Pfizer, this site from Virginia Commonwealth University brings together 50 of the best videos from the public television series "Secrets of the Sequence" to...

View Resource Baldomero Olivera: Cone Snail Peptides

Have you ever considered the venom of a snail? Most people think of snakes when they think of venom but overlook snails. There are, however, almost 10,000 species of venomous predatory snails according to this engaging lecture from Professor Baldomero Olivera. In his talk, Professor Olivera explores how these venoms have been used to understand the nervous system and develop new drugs. The...

View Resource iBioSeminars: Lectures

iBioSeminars is a project which aims to deliver 15-20 free, on-demand seminars a year for undergraduate and graduate level courses from high profile leaders in biological research. The project is a joint collaboration among the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB), the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). The lectures here cover seven...

View Resource The Problem of Regeneration

The tagline for the iBioSeminars website is "Bringing the World's Best Biology to You" and they deliver on their promise by offering talks on genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and other fields of scientific endeavor. Visitors are welcome to scan through all of their offerings, but they would do well to start with this authoritative look into the history of regeneration. Offered by Professor...

View Resource SCME Videos by Students

The Southwest Center for Microsystems Education is a Regional Advanced Technology Education Center funded in part by the National Science Foundation. This page contains a collection of videos made by students on MEMS related topics. The topics include a virtual cleanroom tour, gowning procedures, and using personal protective equipment. Visitors are encouraged to create an account and login in...

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