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Teach Me in 10 is a new video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, method, or technology in ten minutes or less. Teach Me in 10 is hosted by the scientific video site LabTube, part of Technology Networks.
This page is a curation of the latest instalments of Teach Me in 10 at Technology Networks.
This week's installment:
Throughout your lifetime, your brain continuously revises its own wiring. This ability of the brain to change and adapt is referred to as neuroplasticity (neuro = neuron, plasticity = the malleability of the brain).
Here to explain precisely what neuroplasticity is, how it happens and how we can harness it, is one of the world's leading minds in this area – Dr Michael Merzenich.
Previous installments of Teach Me in 10:
- Detecting Psychoactive Substances in Forensic Toxicology
- Different Types of COVID-19 Vaccines With Dr Seth Lederman
- Up Close and Personal With Platelets – Professor Nicholas Pugh
- Dementia Research in 2021 With Ed Pinches
- Materials for Drug Delivery With Professor Robert Langer
- The Power of Different With Gail Saltz Part II
- The Power of Different With Gail Saltz Part I
- Why COVID-19 Genetics Research May Be Biased With Dr Thomas Stoeger
- How Big Data and AI Can Accelerate R&D With Dr Pillhun Son
- Why Synthetic Biology Will Eat Your Fields With Dr Jake Wintermute
- How Different Foods Contribute to Climate Change With Professor Sarah Bridle
- An Introduction to ICP-OES With Ross Ashdown
- Getting Your First Post-PhD Position in Academia With Dr Adeayo Sotayo
- How Can Plants Be Used To Fight COVID-19? With Dr Kathleen Hefferon
- An Introduction to ICP-MS With Abe Gutierrez and Ed McCurdy
- Proteomics and Psychotic Disorders With Dr David Mongan
- Enabling Pharma Manufacturing Through Digital Solutions With Dr Stephen Moore
- Organs-on-a-Chip With Dr Ali Khademhosseini
- Food as Medicine With Dr William W. Li
- Gene Drive Research With Dr Jennifer Baltzegar
- Engineering a Decoy Receptor for SARS-CoV-2 With Dr Erik Procko, Part II
- Engineering a Decoy Receptor for SARS-CoV-2 With Dr Erik Procko, Part I
- Cancer, Evolution and the Science of Life With Dr Kat Arney
- 500 Women Scientists With Lauren Edwards
- Not All Plants Want To Be Eaten With Dr Steven Gundry
- The Vagus Nerve and COVID-19 With Dr Paul-Peter Tak
- Visualizing Biological Processes With Elizabeth Neumann
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