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  • Living Together

    Living Together

    Phenomenal Image

    Students explore photos of bobtail squid as an anchoring phenomenon to explore symbiosis and species interactions.

  • Slug Power

    Slug Power

    Phenomenal Image

    Students explore photos of a sea slug and chloroplasts as anchoring phenomena to explore photosynthesis concepts.

  • Ocean Species Respond to Climate Change

    Ocean Species Respond to Climate Change

    Lecture

    (29 min 39 sec) Coral reefs, how they are threatened by climate change, and how to protect them.

  • Click and Learn App

    Click and Learn App

    Apps and eBooks

    Interactively explore topics in biology with the Click and Learn app. Now available from the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Apps!

  • Bacterial Quorum Sensing

    Bacterial Quorum Sensing

    Click & Learn

    Understand how quorum sensing works by reasoning through experiments involving genetically-engineered bioluminescent bacteria.

  • Symbiotic Bioluminescence

    Symbiotic Bioluminescence

    Click & Learn

    Explore the biology of the symbiotic relationship between the Hawaiian Bobtail squid and bioluminescent bacteria Vibrio fischeri.

  • Eavesdropping on Tiny Conspiracies

    Eavesdropping on Tiny Conspiracies

    Lecture

    (58 min 29 sec) The quorum sensing system is a target for a new class of drugs that interfere with virulence without killing bacteria.

  • Biodiversity at a Snail's Pace

    Biodiversity at a Snail's Pace

    Lecture

    (58 min 29 sec) Cone snails have evolved many different toxins for different uses. Total molecular biodiversity may number in the millions.

  • Shedding Light on an Invisible World

    Shedding Light on an Invisible World

    Lecture

    (58 min 29 sec) Bacteria are capable of communicating and coordinating their activities with a molecular signaling system called quorum sensing.

  • From Venoms to Drugs

    From Venoms to Drugs

    Lecture

    (58 min 29 sec) Venomous carniverous cone snails are a rich source of molecules for scientific research and potential drug development.

  • Exploring Biodiversity: The Search for New Medicines

    Exploring Biodiversity: The Search for New Medicines

    Lecture

    What medical secrets do venomous snails hold? How can listening in on bacterial conversations help develop new antibiotics? In four presentations, Dr. Bonnie L. Bassler and Dr. Baldomero M. Olivera reveal how a deeper understanding of nature and biodiversity informs their research into new medicines.

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