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How do nerves work? - Elliot Krane

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-nerves-work At any moment, there is an electrical storm coursing through your body. Discover how chemical ...
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Density Tower - Magic with Science | Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

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Skeletons Reveal Human and Chimpanzee Evolution | HHMI's BioInteractive

Skeletons Reveal Human and Chimpanzee Evolution | HHMI's BioInteractive | ScienceStuff | Scoop.it
Comparing features of a 4.4-million-year-old fossil skeleton to those of human and chimpanzee skeletons sheds light on our evolutionary history.
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Human Embryonic Development | HHMI's BioInteractive

Human Embryonic Development | HHMI's BioInteractive | ScienceStuff | Scoop.it
Human embryonic development depends on stem cells. During the course of development, cells divide, migrate, and specialize. Early in development, a group of cells called the inner cell mass (ICM) forms.
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Elizabeth Lee Hazen (1888-1975) and Rachel Brown (1898-1980) | Smithsonian Institution Archives

Elizabeth Lee Hazen (1888-1975) and Rachel Brown (1898-1980) | Smithsonian Institution Archives | ScienceStuff | Scoop.it
Access the official records of the Smithsonian Institution and learn about its history, key events, people, and research.
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Female Reproductive System

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Explore the female reproductive system – interactive anatomy diagrams illustrate the function of the reproductive organs, from fertilization to birth.
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How It's Made : Science Channel

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Find out how the everyday objects become the things they are. Don't miss How It's Made, Tuesdays at 9/8C on Science!
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Molecular mechanism of synaptic function | HHMI's BioInteractive

Molecular mechanism of synaptic function | HHMI's BioInteractive | ScienceStuff | Scoop.it
Electrical and chemical signals are used by neurons to communicate with one another at contact points called synapses.
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Winogradsky columns: Microbial ecology in the classroom | HHMI's BioInteractive

Winogradsky columns: Microbial ecology in the classroom | HHMI's BioInteractive | ScienceStuff | Scoop.it
An activity that recreates zones of microbial activity in a glass column. To accompany the lecture series Changing Planet: Past, Present, Future.
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Male Reproductive System

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Male Reproductive System – Learn all about male reproductive organs and surrounding body parts using interactive human anatomy pictures and definitions.
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Digestive System

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The Human Digestive System – Interactive anatomy images teach you all about the stomach, liver, gallbladder, appendix and the other digestive system organs.
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