Cancer Biology 2 - Prof. Adrian Lee (Part 1)

submitted by: ralanharris

The second cancer lecture for the Computer-Aided Discovery Methods course taught at Baylor College of Medicine. This lecture covers regulation of gene expression in cancer, growth factor signaling, growth inhibition signaling and apoptosis.

The Shaky Future of the Salton Sea

A former desert oasis faces environmental challenges, a water crisis and someday the Big One. Why we can't let the sun go down on the Salton Sea.

The Cloudmakers

Biological activity in the oceans might make the difference between clear skies and cloudy, Scripps researchers say.

Saving Venice

The historic city calls upon Scripps and a multifaceted team of experts to help decipher the mysteries lying beneath its waters

Petri Dish Circus (MWV12)

submitted by: MicrobeWorld
See the history of microbiology in nine scenes of gags, burlesque, drollery and song. Produced by Active Cultures, the vernacular theatre of Maryland, Petri Dish Circus is a play based off of the classic non-fiction novel Microbe Hunters by Paul Henry de Kruif. Much like the original book first published in 1926 that describes 12 historical milestones in science, Active Cultures reenacts "the daring-do of Louis Pasteur in his Parisian lab, the Scotch fortitude of Ronald Ross as he travels...

Switchgrass Science - Partners Video Magazine

submitted by: csrees
At the University of Tennessee, switchgrass is all the buzz - a plant that's farmer & environment-friendly, and a cheap alternative to high-priced corn for making ethanol. Switchgrass Science is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, Fueling America. To view the entire episode visit: