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  • 05:13 When Eels Attack!

    When Eels Attack!

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    Electric eels zap fish and other underwater prey, but what would make them leap out of the water and shock an animal like a horse? Nineteenth-century naturalist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt first described eels emerging from the water to attack hor

  • 05:34 Reisner Lab - Artificial Photosynthesis (in LEGO)

    Reisner Lab - Artificial Photosynthesis (in LEGO)

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    For more information see - http://www-reisner.ch.cam.ac.uk Twitter: https://twitter.com/reisnerlab Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ReisnerLab Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Erwin_Reisner Music from: Michael Jacobi - Soundtrack 1 (Or

  • 04:54 How close are we to eradicating HIV? - Philip A. Chan

    How close are we to eradicating HIV? - Philip A. Chan

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    Can we end HIV? Find out how medications like PrEP are helping to prevent the transmission and spread of HIV, and possibly leading to its eradication.--The world is getting closer to achieving one of the most important public health goals of our time: era

  • 04:54 How do our brains process speech? - Gareth Gaskell

    How do our brains process speech? - Gareth Gaskell

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    Learn how to identify, develop, and share your best ideas with TED Masterclass: http://bit.ly/tedmasterclass -- The average 20-year-old knows between 27,000 and 52,000 different words. Spoken out loud, most of these words last less than a second. With eve

  • 05:26 How does alcohol make you drunk? - Judy Grisel

    How does alcohol make you drunk? - Judy Grisel

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    Follow alcohol on its journey through the body to find out how it causes drunkenness and why it affects people differently. -- Ethanol: this molecule, made of little more than a few carbon atoms, is responsible for drunkenness. Often simply referred to as

  • 06:22 The rise of modern populism - Takis S. Pappas

    The rise of modern populism - Takis S. Pappas

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    Dig into the political phenomenon of modern populism, how it rises, and the impact it can have on a democratic country. --In many democratic countries, charismatic leaders vilify political opponents, disparage institutions, and claim to be for the people.

  • 17:12 How to Make Handmade Candy With Fairmont le Château Frontenac | Où se trouve: CandyLabs

    How to Make Handmade Candy With Fairmont le Château Frontenac | Où se trouve: CandyLabs

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    In this special episode of Où Se Trouve with Candylabs, we are making a detailed and intricate design. This episode’s candy will feature a tiny rendition of Fairmont le Chateau Frontenac, a historic, luxury hotel that is in the style of a Fre

  • 05:11 Hacking bacteria to fight disease - Tal Danino

    Hacking bacteria to fight disease - Tal Danino

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    Explore how synthetic biologists are programming bacteria to fight cancer by manipulating their DNA. --In 1884, an unlucky patient who had a rapidly growing cancer in his neck came down with an unrelated bacterial skin infection. As he recovered from the

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  • 06:15 Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

    Which is better: Soap or hand sanitizer? - Alex Rosenthal and Pall Thordarson

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    Dig into the science of how soap breaks down a coronavirus, and the effectiveness of hand sanitizer against a viral outbreak. --Your hands, up close, are anything but smooth. With peaks and valleys, folds and rifts, there are plenty of hiding places for a

  • 04:52 How do blood transfusions work? - Bill Schutt

    How do blood transfusions work? - Bill Schutt

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    Dive into the history of the life-saving procedure of blood transfusions and how it has evolved since the 17th century. --In 1881, doctor William Halsted rushed to help his sister Minnie, who was hemorrhaging after childbirth. He quickly inserted a needle

  • 05:12 Popular How to 3D print human tissue - Taneka Jones

    How to 3D print human tissue - Taneka Jones

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    Explore the science of bioprinting, a type of 3D printing that uses bioink, a printable material that contains living cells. --There are currently hundreds of thousands of people on transplant lists, waiting for critical organs like kidneys, hearts and li

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  • 04:58 What's so special about Viking ships? - Jan Bill

    What's so special about Viking ships? - Jan Bill

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    Explore the history and technology of Viking longships, which helped the Scandinavians conquer trade routes and new territories.--As the Roman Empire flourished, Scandinavians had small settlements and no central government. Yet by the 11th century, they

  • 04:40 A day in the life of an ancient Peruvian shaman - Gabriel Prieto

    A day in the life of an ancient Peruvian shaman - Gabriel Prieto

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    Follow Quexo, a Peruvian shaman, as he searches for cinnabar to complete a special ritual that will protect his village from winter storms.--The year is 1400 BCE. At the temple of the fisherman, the morning is unusually still and this is just the latest i

  • 05:28 The tale of the doctor who defied Death - Iseult Gillespie

    The tale of the doctor who defied Death - Iseult Gillespie

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    Dive into the German tale of Godfather Death and his godson, the doctor who tries to master mortality.--A husband and wife were in despair. The woman had just given birth to their 13th child, and the growing family was quickly running out of food and mone

  • 04:38 The myth of Loki and the master builder - Alex Gendler

    The myth of Loki and the master builder - Alex Gendler

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    Dive into the Norse myth of how Loki tricked a stranger into building the great wall of Asgard to keep the realm safe from giants. --Asgard, a realm of wonders, was where the Norse Gods made their home. There Odins great hall of Valhalla towered above the

  • 04:57 The mysterious origins of life on Earth - Luka Seamus Wright

    The mysterious origins of life on Earth - Luka Seamus Wright

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    Where on Earth did life begin? Explore the hydrothermal vents in Earths crust as simple compounds gave way to complex life. --Billions of years ago, simple organic compounds assembled into more complex coalitions that could grow and reproduce. At the time

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  • 05:34 New A day in the life of an ancient Greek architect - Mark Robinson

    A day in the life of an ancient Greek architect - Mark Robinson

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    Follow Pheidias, the chief builder for the Parthenon, as he supervises the construction of the new temple and faces charges of embezzlement.--The year is 432 BCE. As dawn breaks over Athens, Pheidias is already late for work. He is the chief builder for t

  • 05:20 First person vs. Second person vs. Third person - Rebekah Bergman

    First person vs. Second person vs. Third person - Rebekah Bergman

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    Discover how point of view can transform a story, and find out how to choose between first, second, and third person in your writing.--Who is telling a story, and from what perspective, are some of the most important choices an author makes. Told from a d

  • 04:52 What makes neon signs glow? A 360 animation - Michael Lipman

    What makes neon signs glow? A 360 animation - Michael Lipman

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    In this 360 animation, explore the vibrant world of neon signs and learn the science of what makes them glow. --When the Hoover Dam was completed, it created a huge source of hydroelectric power and zapped a sleepy desert town to life: Las Vegas, Nevada.

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  • 09:03 Are GMOs Good or Bad? Genetic Engineering & Our Food

    Are GMOs Good or Bad? Genetic Engineering & Our Food

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    Are GMOs bad for your health? Or is this fear unfounded? Support us on Patreon so we can make more videos (and get cool stuff in return): https://www.patreon.com/Kurzgesagt?ty=h Kurzgesagt merch here: http://bit.ly/1P1hQIH Get the music of the video here:

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  • 09:27 Vivaldi Four Seasons: "Winter" (L'Inverno), complete; Cynthia Freivogel, Voices of Music 4K RV 297

    Vivaldi Four Seasons: "Winter" (L'Inverno), complete; Cynthia Freivogel, Voices of Music 4K RV 297

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    Hey everyone~! Please consider a donation, https://www.voicesofmusic.org/donate.html and we will make more videos like this one :) Vivaldi's Concerto for solo baroque violin and strings in F Minor, "Winter" (L'Inverno, RV 297), performed by Cynthia Miller

  • 14:42 The Invention of Dragons

    The Invention of Dragons

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    Watch my newest video, "The Game You Win By Losing (Parrondo's Paradox)": https://youtu.be/PpvboBJEozMVitality that is the test; and, whatever its components, mere truth is not necessarily one of them. A dragon, for instance, is a more enduring animal tha

  • 06:21 What is Dark Matter and Dark Energy?

    What is Dark Matter and Dark Energy?

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    What is dark energy? What is dark matter? Well, if we knew exactly we would have a nobel prize – we know that they exist though. So what do we know about those strange things? Check out THE NOVA PROJECT to learn more about dark energy: www.nova.org.

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