1. Quick takes: Sarah Fortune


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    Why is tuberculosis so resistant to treatment? Sarah Fortune studies the bacterium that causes tuberculosis as well as how it responds to various eradication efforts, with a view to more effectively…

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    • Quick takes: Amishi Jha


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      Amishi Jha is a brain scientist who is working on ways to train brains to pay better attention. How can mindfulness training help people in high-stress situations – from medical staff to soldiers…

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      • Introduction to microbial Diversity - Part III


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        This video provides a practical demonstration on how to work with 16S rRNA pyrosequencing datasets using the RDP pipeline discussed in Part II. In this video Jennifer Mobberley of the University of…

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        • Quick takes: Sean Gourley


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          Sean Gourley is a mathematician who has spent the last seven years using math to understand war and insurgency. He is now applying that understanding to develop ways to map technology companies –…

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          • FRINGE


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            Created based on the tv show "fringe" made in Cinema 4D & After Effects.

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            • It's All About Jesus (Colossians 1:9-14 Teaser)


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              The introduction to the Colossians 1:9-14 message in the series It's All About Jesus. For more information, visit the website at cccomaha.org You can also follow CCC on Facebook, at facebook.com/​cccomaha,…

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              • Quick takes: Kim Cobb


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                Kim Cobb studies the climate variability of the past in order to construct a sense of what we can expect in the future. Having a clearer sense of rainfall, for example, over the next 100 years will…

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                • Quick takes: Sinan Aral


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                  Sinan Aral’s two areas of interest are behavioral contagions and causality. He believes that if we can understand how behavior is spread in a population, there’s the potential to promote good behaviors…

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                  • Owl City: Cape May, New Jersey


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                    Every fall, hundreds of owls fly over The Nature Conservancy's Cape May Meadows Preserve, headed to points south. Spend a night with owl bander Katy Duffy.

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                    • Restoring the Penobscot River - Butch Phillips


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                      Butch Phillips, tribal elder of the Penobscot Indian Nation, describes his peoples historic connection with the river that shares their name and reflects on the promise of the Penobscot River Restoration…

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