Tag: biology

The IGB Fellows Program

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[Music Playing] The IGB Fellows Program The Institute for Genomic Biology offers postdoctoral fellowships for promising young scientists. Will you be part of our thriving research community? Join our outstanding faculty: Carl Woese, Nigel Goldenfeld, Steve Long, Gene…

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Lessons from fungi on markets and economics | Toby Kiers

Lessons from fungi on markets and economics | Toby Kiers

So I stand before you as an evolutionary biologist, a professor of evolutionary biology, which sounds like a rather fancy title, if I may say so myself. And I’m going to talk about two topics that aren’t normally…

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2018 CCS Summer Undergraduate Fellowships: Kristen Klitgaard

2018 CCS Summer Undergraduate Fellowships: Kristen Klitgaard

I’m in the Mazer lab, working with PhD candidate Kristen Peach and we are studying alter genetic variation in Clarkia Unguiculata, which is a wild is a wild flowering plant in California. Specifically this summer, we are studying…

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Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

Stanford fellows design medical device made of popsicle sticks

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. Frugality is embedded in an Indian’s mindset. The resources are so constrained– are so limited that you have to go down the frugal route. The natural flavor in us, it came out. And it…

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CU Boulder Engineering Faculty: Anushree Chatterjee

CU Boulder Engineering Faculty: Anushree Chatterjee

Hi everyone I’m Anushree Chatterjee I am an assistant professor at the department of chemical and biological engineering at University of Colorado Boulder. I’m also the founder of antimicrobial regeneration consortium, a consortium that brings in labs across…

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How to build a business that lasts 100 years | Martin Reeves

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Imagine that you are a product designer. And you’ve designed a product, a new type of product, called the human immune system. You’re pitching this product to a skeptical, strictly no-nonsense manager. Let’s call him Bob. I think…

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The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki

What if I told you there was something that you can do right now that would have an immediate, positive benefit for your brain including your mood and your focus? And what if I told you that same…

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How Open Educational Practices Support Student-centered Course Design & Accessibility

How Open Educational Practices Support Student-centered Course Design & Accessibility

– [Preston] Great, well thank you very much and welcome, everyone, to today’s CCCOER presentation on open educational practices and how they support student-centered course design and accessibility. This is a topic of interest to me and I’m…

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Liz Droge-Young American Dissertation Fellowship

Liz Droge-Young American Dissertation Fellowship

-Music- Liz: So right here we are looking at female reproductive tracks of females who where mated to two different males. So this area here is called the bursa. It’s where sperm comes in and also where eggs…

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Why the universe seems so strange | Richard Dawkins

Why the universe seems so strange | Richard Dawkins

My title: “Queerer than we can suppose: the strangeness of science.” “Queerer than we can suppose” comes from J.B.S. Haldane, the famous biologist, who said, “Now, my own suspicion is that the universe is not only queerer than…

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