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Aseptic Techniques: Cell Culture Basics
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This video provides an introduction to aseptic technique, an important aspect of avoiding microbial contamination during your cell culture experiments.

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The Neurobiology of Stress at BNA 2019
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At the British Neuroscience Association's Festival of Neuroscience 2019, Professor Michael Meaney of McGill University, discusses the neurobiology of stress, maternal care and genetics and the mechanisms linking them.

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Evan Eichler: Comparative Genomics
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CARTA (Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny) at the University of California San Diego celebrates its 10th anniversary with a whirlwind tour of anthropogeny, the study of the origin of humans, by addressing these questions across multiple disciplines: What do we know for certain? What do we think we know? What do we need to know? How do we proceed?

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Exploring the Genetic Basis of Alzheimer's Disease With Prof John Hardy
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Professor John Hardy, University College London, explains how knowledge of the role that genetics play in the development of neurodegenerative conditions has been harnessed to develop novel and more successful therapeutics.

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Neuroscience of ADHD
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Neuro Transmissions dive into the neuroscience behind ADHD. .

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Investigating the World's Lightest Solid
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Aerogels are the world's lightest (least dense) solids. They are also excellent thermal insulators and have been used in numerous Mars missions and the Stardust comet particle-return mission. The focus of this video is silica aerogels, though graphene aerogels are now technically the lightest.

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What Causes Headaches?
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In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood. Fortunately, doctors today don’t resort to power tools to cure headaches, but we still have a lot to learn about this ancient ailment.

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Do Genetics or Environment Most Affect Depression?
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Alistair Campbell explores an interesting perspective on depression. Encouraged by his family, Alistair sets out on a journey to explore if cutting edge science can offer him - and the millions of people like him - the hope of one day living depression-free. As he tries to understand his depression better, he also reflects on key events in his life and asks if they could have had a negative effect on his mind.

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Your Brain Probably Has a "Pokemon Region"
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If you're a Pokémon super-fan seeing Detective Pikachu this weekend, a little bit of your brain might light up that won’t light up in the brains of those that didn’t try to catch 'em all! Find out why that's important to understanding how our brains work, and the latest breakthrough in Alzheimer's research on this week's SciShow News!

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Improving Credibility in Science
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Dr Verena Heise, University of Oxford discusses the importance of improving credibility in science and what the BNA were doing to promote this at the 2019 Festival of Neuroscience.

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