Scott S. Terhune, Ph.D.

submitted by: MCW_BBC

Scott S. Terhune, Ph.D., an assistant professor in Microbiology and Molecular Genetics and the Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, describes his research in proteomics, mass spectrometry and Human Cytomeglavirus (HCMV).

Organizing Principles for Amyloid Structure, Fibril Model, part 3; Competence in B. subtilis, part 1

submitted by: icamvid

Presented at the I2CAM/FAPERJ Spring School, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Daniel Cox (6:15)
Daniel Schultz (46:30)

The Role of Noise in Small Genetic Networks, part 2

submitted by: icamvid

Presented at the I2CAM/FAPERJ Spring School, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Daniel Schultz (0:00)

Organizing Principles for Amyloid Structure, part 2; The Role of Noise in Small Genetic Networks, part 1

submitted by: icamvid

Presented at the I2CAM/FAPERJ Spring School, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Daniel Cox (0:00)
Daniel Schultz (45:49)

Magnetoglobus Multicellularis: magnetic organism, part 2

submitted by: icamvid

Presented at the I2CAM/FAPERJ Spring School, 2008 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Henrique Lines de Barros (0:00)

My Symposium Interview: Silvia Priori in conversation with Thomas Luscher on the genetics of arrhythmias

submitted by: OxfordJournals

Silvia Priori in conversation with Thomas Lüscher on the genetics of arrhythmias

Epigenetic Landscapes

submitted by: BenPaylor
Conrad, a scientist at the University of Calgary, travels from Calgary to Vancouver to see his identical twin brother Hal. Hal is an alcoholic and has been admitted to the hospital with a failing liver. As Conrad and his cameraman drive through the Rockies, Conrad discusses with the cameraman the basics of epigenetics and how accumulated epigenetic changes can lead to differences between identical twins. The film aims to investigate the concept of “nature versus nurture” as described by...

Magic of Life

submitted by: AlarEnsis

A quick (possible too much so) introduction to the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology (DNA to RNA to Protein) with fast audio and intuitive images.

Genetically Programmable Pathogen Sense and Destroy

submitted by: saurabh gupta

The video describes my invention of Engineered cells which can act as a live vaccine. These cells are programmed to intelligently detect a particular gut pathogen and then specifically and completely kill it without affecting the normal gut microbial flora. This automated approach thus prevents from horrible side effects of current antibiotics and growing resistance against them.

HeLa Cells

submitted by: MarkShriver

Frank and Kevin