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  • Metabarcoding

    Metabarcoding

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    (3 min 38 sec) Dr. Rob Pringle introduces a new method of studying herbivore diets by extracting plant DNA from animal dung.

  • Niche Partitioning

    Niche Partitioning

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    (4 min 13 sec) Dr. Rob Pringle introduces the concept of niche partitioning with examples drawn from the African savanna.

  • Holiday Lecture 2004 Update—Jeff Friedman

    Holiday Lecture 2004 Update—Jeff Friedman

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    (3 min 52 sec) HHMI investigator Jeff Friedman provides an update to his 2004 lectures on obesity.

  • Cancer as a Genetic Disease: Video Highlights

    Cancer as a Genetic Disease: Video Highlights

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    (8 min 32 sec) In this video Dr. Charles Sawyers provides an overview of the types of genes that, when mutated, can lead to the development of cancer. Also available in Spanish.

  • Young Students Recognize a Transitional Fossil

    Young Students Recognize a Transitional Fossil

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    (4 min 44 sec) Neil Shubin brought the fossil of Tiktaalik to his daughter’s first grade class to see what the students would make of it.

  • Dante's Story

    Dante's Story

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    (6 min 6 sec) Dante is a 10-year-old boy born with hemimegalencephaly—an enlargement of half his brain.

  • DNA Sequence Technology Improves Cancer Treatment

    DNA Sequence Technology Improves Cancer Treatment

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    (2 min 6 sec) Dr. Charles Sawyers discusses how the identification of most cancer genes could transform cancer into a chronic disease.

  • The Search for Genetic Mutations that Cause Autism

    The Search for Genetic Mutations that Cause Autism

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    (2 min 5 sec) Dr. Christopher Walsh discusses how genomic science has made enormous contributions to our understanding of the genetic causes of autism.

  • Meet Dante—A Young Boy with Hemimegalencephaly

    Meet Dante—A Young Boy with Hemimegalencephaly

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    (2 min 33 sec) Dante is a healthy 10-year-old boy who has had half his cerebral cortex surgically removed to treat his seizures.

  • CLARITY—Cutting Edge Microscopy for Brain Imaging

    CLARITY—Cutting Edge Microscopy for Brain Imaging

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    (1 min 17 sec) A new technique for making the brain transparent provides extremely detailed views of groups of neurons.

  • Meet Charles Sawyers

    Meet Charles Sawyers

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    (2 min 27 sec) Dr. Sawyers is an HHMI investigator who has contributed to the development of drugs that target leukemia and prostate cancer. 

  • Meet Chris Walsh

    Meet Chris Walsh

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    (2 min 3 sec) Dr. Walsh is an HHMI investigator whose research focuses on understanding the genes involved in the development and function of the human brain.

  • Earthviewer Video Tour

    Earthviewer Video Tour

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    (34 sec) Watch this 30-second tour of how EarthViewer works and how to use the interface.

  • Protect Our Winters

    Protect Our Winters

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    (1 min 57 sec) A grassroots effort by winter sports professionals aims to convince the government to take action on climate change.

  • Isostasy is Key to Understanding Continental Drift

    Isostasy is Key to Understanding Continental Drift

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    (50 sec) The concept that continents float on a pliable mantle is an important element of the theory of continental drift.

  • The Principle of Isostasy

    The Principle of Isostasy

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    (2 min 39 sec) Continents rose in elevation after ice sheets from the last ice age retreated. This suggested that the underlying mantle is pliable.

  • Stratigraphic Principles

    Stratigraphic Principles

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    (2 min 21 sec) Dr. John Shea demonstrates the two main principles in the study of rock layers: superposition and association.

  • Classifying Stone Tools

    Classifying Stone Tools

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    (3 min 4 sec) Prehistoric stone tools are classified into six broad technological modes by the level of sophistication and method of fabrication.

  • Rift Valleys of Africa and Plate Tectonics

    Rift Valleys of Africa and Plate Tectonics

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    (2 min 14 sec) African rift valleys were formed by the separation of tectonic plates. Water flows down to the valley floors, creating rivers and lakes.

  • Comparing Human and Chimpanzee Tool Use

    Comparing Human and Chimpanzee Tool Use

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    (29 sec) Chimpanzees are capable of using rocks as tools to crack nuts for eating. But they don't appear to use sharp-edged tools.

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