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Allan Jones: A map of the brain | Video on TED.com

How can we begin to understand the way the brain works? The same way we begin to understand a city: by making a map.

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"Hey, Brain Sister" - Neurotransmitter Song

Holy poop 10000+ views???? never in my life would I have imagined this hahaha! this was just a silly AP psych project for senior year. Here are the lyrics li...

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Epigenetics

Hank & his clone Circus Hank explain the power of epigenetics, which studies the factors that determine how much or whether some genes are expressed in your ...

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Biology Animations and Still-graphics

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Some great animations of some complicated biological processes:  DNA coiling, mitosis, replication, etc. 

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Useful animations for a variety of topics

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Interactive Biology, By Leslie Samuel

Interactive Biology, By Leslie Samuel | Biology | Scoop.it
Making Biology Fun, and keeping it interactive!

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Biology Animations Sitemap

Biology Animations and Still-graphics

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Gabe Kraljevic's curator insight, January 30, 2013 3:57 PM

Some great animations of some complicated biological processes:  DNA coiling, mitosis, replication, etc. 

NCPbiology's curator insight, February 5, 2014 10:16 AM

Useful animations for a variety of topics

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The Brain: A Secret History

The Brain: A Secret History | Biology | Scoop.it
In a compelling and at times disturbing series, Dr Michael Mosley explores the brutal history of experimental psychology.

Mosley embarks on three journeys to understand science’s last great...

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Dan Dennett: Cute, sexy, sweet, funny | Video on TED.com

Why are babies cute? Why is cake sweet? Philosopher Dan Dennett has answers you wouldn't expect, as he shares evolution's counterintuitive reasoning on cute, sweet and sexy things (plus a new theory from Matthew Hurley on why jokes are funny).

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Love hormone helps autistic children bond with others, study shows

Love hormone helps autistic children bond with others, study shows | Biology | Scoop.it
Researchers find that nasal sprays laced with oxytocin help youngsters interact better, but the effects do not last long

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Living Architecture: How Synthetic Biology Can Remake Our Cities

Living Architecture: How Synthetic Biology Can Remake Our Cities | Biology | Scoop.it

Living Architecture: How Synthetic Biology Can Remake Our Cities (TED) by Rachel Armstrong. iPad, Kindle, Barnes & Noble. Rooted in cutting edge biology and materials science, as well as contemporary art, Armstrong's account of how we'd build biological cities feels at first like a thought experiment but evolves into a plausible vision of tomorrow's cities.


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iBioSeminars: Free biology videos online

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iBioSeminars: Free biology videos online
The world's leaders in biology present lectures that start with broad introductions and then progress to research questions and experiments.

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