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TEDx Talk on Molecular Animation: Combining Cinema and Biology

TEDx Talk on Molecular Animation: Combining Cinema and Biology

Biology/Science DNA graduation cap tassel decoration

Biology/Science DNA graduation cap tassel decoration, neat :) (Not for me, but cool idea anyway).

Free short films to teach evolution and ready-to-use classroom supplements to support the short films! A new example to teach natural selection with the cute pocket mouse.

This film describes the groundbreaking research of Dr. Michael Nachman and colleagues, whose work in the field and in the lab has documented and quantified physical and genetic evolutionary changes in rock pocket mouse populations.

Shark Science: Children's Dentistry | #Bountiful | #UT | www.utahchildrensdentistry.com

Shark Science (Infographic)

The only thing I disagree with this post, The film Deep Blue Sea wasn't Great White Sharks they had, it was Mako Sharks and Open Water were Reef Sharks.

This is an interesting website that can be used to teach science. It gives info in kid-friendly ways and films on location in many videos, bringing the science to the classroom.

The Wild Classroom: Biology Videos and Podcasting via Ecogeeks; Excellent resource for biomes

troducing original curriculum from the Center of Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School. These comprehesive manuals pro...

troducing original curriculum from the Center of Health and the Global Environment at Harvard Medical School. These comprehesive manuals pro.

Apparently I had a teacher who met Ed Harris during shooting of this; said he was a very nice man. That little trivia tidbit aside, I have to admit, I have a soft spot for this Michael Bay movie: the action scenes are really well shot, the plot is sorta interesting and the dynamic between tough-as-nails Connery and nerd Cage saves it from being a complete disaster. Being shot in my backyard helps too.

THE ROCK * CineMasterpieces ORIGINAL MOVIE POSTER SEAN CONNERY ALCATRAZ 1996

The Rock is a 1996 action film that primarily takes place on Alcatraz Island and in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was directed by Michael Bay, produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, and stars Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris.

Fish Biology: "A Day at the River: A Film Lesson in Nature Study" 1928 DeVry School Films https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKf2Xippu5k #fish #biology #nature

Fish Biology: "A Day at the River: A Film Lesson in Nature Study" 1928 DeVry School Films

Boys Dont Cry (1999) dir. by Kimberly Pierce. The story of the life of Brandon Teena, a transgendered teen who preferred life in a male identity until it was discovered he was born biologically female.

Boys Don't Cry (1999)

Directed by Kimberly Peirce. With Hilary Swank, Chloë Sevigny, Peter Sarsgaard, Brendan Sexton III. Female-born Teena Brandon adopts his male identity of Brandon Teena and attempts to find himself and love in Nebraska.

This animated short film has been made for those wanting a simple introduction (or even a refresher) on how DNA creates a living creature. In this video you will learn a bit about genetic code, DNA transcription and translation, and the importance of proteins in the chemistry of life.

This animated short film has been made for those wanting a simple introduction (or even a refresher) on how DNA creates a living creature. In this video you will learn a bit about genetic code, DNA transcription and translation, and the importance of prot

University of Pittsburgh Kenneth P. Dietrich Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  Graduate Programs: Anthropology, Bioethics, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Communication, Computational Biology, Computational Modeling & Simulation, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, East Asian L&L, English, Film Studies, Geology, Hispanic L&L and many more

University of Pittsburgh Kenneth P. Dietrich Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs: Anthropology, Bioethics, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Communication, Computational Biology, Computational Modeling & Simulation, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, East Asian L&L, English, Film Studies, Geology, Hispanic L&L and many more

2. Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts. The second film in the bone biology series describes the role and functions of the cells responsible for breaking down bone tissue (osteoclasts) and building new bone (osteoblasts).

chapter 6 Osteoblasts and Osteoclasts. The second film in the bone biology series describes the role and functions of the cells responsible for breaking down bone tissue (osteoclasts) and building new bone (osteoblasts).

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