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  • Symbiotic Bioluminescence

    Symbiotic Bioluminescence

    Click & Learn

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

  • From Venoms to Drugs

    From Venoms to Drugs


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

  • Memories are Made of This

    Memories are Made of This


    (58 min 29 sec) The cellular and molecular nature of learning and memory, investigated in simpler sea slugs and more-complex mice. Molecular basis of Alzheimer's disease.

  • Plan of Action: How the Spinal Cord Controls Movement

    Plan of Action: How the Spinal Cord Controls Movement


    (58 min 29 sec) Understanding the neural circuits in the spinal cord that control movement.

  • Visualizing learning

    Visualizing learning


    (5 min 39 sec) Dr. Harshad Vishwasrao guides you through a collection of images showing neuronal growth and synaptic formation representative of anatomical changes that occur during learning.

  • The Science of Fat

    The Science of Fat


    In the 2004 Holiday Lectures on Science, HHMI investigators Ronald M. Evans and Jeffrey M. Friedman discuss how the body regulates weight by carefully controlling the storage and burning of fat—and how a better understanding of these complex metabolic systems could lead researchers to treatments that curb obesity and improve public health. Awards 2006 Telly Awards; Silver

  • Leptin Feedback Control System

    Leptin Feedback Control System


    (1 min 1 sec) Demonstrates how changes in the amount of fat tissue lead to changes in leptin levels and thus changes in appetite.

  • Clockwork Genes: Discoveries in Biological Time

    Clockwork Genes: Discoveries in Biological Time


    Four lectures highlight the research of two scientists who have made groundbreaking discoveries elucidating the molecular basis of circadian clocks—the internal timekeepers that govern fluctuations in behavior and physiology on a 24-hour cycle.

  • The Drosophila Molecular Clock Model

    The Drosophila Molecular Clock Model


    (7 min 35 sec) Watch these animations display the dynamic orchestration of the molecular events of the Drosophila biological clock.