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What Science Says About Brining Your Bird

George and Andrew violently disagree on whether brining meat matters. George thinks brining is totally unnecessary; Andrew thinks George is a heathen. They resolve their dispute with the help of some chemistry.
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Sample Preparation Techniques for Ion Chromatography

This Teach Me in 10 will cover some of the common sample preparation techniques used in ion chromatography and explore the methods used to accelerate target analyte determination.
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Other Mammals Have This, Why Don't You?

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How the Brain Responds to Blindness

In this video, Justin from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses the brain's ability to remodel itself in the visually impaired.
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"A Leader in Science", Professor Jane Clarke FRS in Conversation With Roger Mosey

Professor Jane Clarke FRS, a world-leading and award-winning biophysical protein chemist and now President of Wolfson College Cambridge, talks to Roger Mosey about leading in science and defying expectations.
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Biology-Themed 12 Days of Christmas

The Amoeba Sisters sing the 12 Days of Christmas with a biology theme.
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In this episode, we speak with Andris Abramenkovs, product manager of CellCelector technology at Sartorius.
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The Man Who Froze to Death and Came Back to Life

On February 21, 2015, Justin Smith was found by his father, lifeless in the snow. Paramedics believed he had frozen to death nearly 12 hours prior, however, a doctor was able to thaw him out and he fully recovered.
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How Ancient DNA Sequencing Changed the Game

The past two decades have witnessed extraordinary technological and computational advances in nucleic acid sequencing. Working with ancient DNA, Beth Shapiro has applied next-generation sequencing to look into genomes of the distant past, with the hope that they can help us to understand our future.
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Contamination Prevention in Cell Therapy Environments With Kris Wronski

In this episode, we are joined by Kris Wronski, Cell Culture Applications Scientist from Thermo Fisher Scientific.
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