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  1. Kandel on Neuroscience

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    Eric Kandel, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for his work on signal transduction in the nervous system, chats about the ever-changing field of neuroscience, funding, his…

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    • 2011 Labby Finalist—Weaver Ants

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      Submitted by Mark W. Moffett: "The video was shot by me and my wife Melissa Wells. It shows me studying weaver ants in Cambodia, a project that was published (with my still images) in National…

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      • 2011 Labby Finalist—Tiny snow-makers

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        Submitted by Julia Sable: "If you look into the core of a raindrop or snowflake, what are you likely to find? The surprising answer is bacteria! Plant scientists at Montana State University in…

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        • Comprehensive Network and Pathway Analysis of RNA Sequencing Data from Triple Negative Breast Cancers

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          RNA-sequencing technology provides an abundance of data on the transcriptional landscape of cells and tissues, but presents a daunting task of interpreting this data in biological contexts. This webinar…

        • Sleeping flies

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          Flies on the right express a transgene that causes them to fall asleep when the temperature is raised. Control flies shown on the left. Courtesy of Blake Sakran, Kevin Li, and Paul Shaw

        • What's Next in Next-Generation Sequencing

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          The advent of Next-Generation Sequencing is considered the most propelling technological advance, which has resulted in the doubling of sequence data almost every 5 months and the precipitous drop…

        • Chasing Grasshoppers

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          A conversation with Dan Otte, artist, curator of entomology at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, and the world's authority on grasshoppers and crickets.

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          • Spotlight on Epigenetics Drug Discovery

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            Efforts to unravel the epigenome and a deeper understanding of the role epigenetic pathways play in cell function and disease have led to intense drug-discovery initiatives both in academia and the…

          • Swarming Mongolia

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            Curator of entomology at The Academy of Natural Sciences, Jon Gelhaus, talks about field life in Mongolia and the international effort to survey the country's aquatic insects.

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            • Focus on Stem Cell Research

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              Stem cells provide a unique method for in vitro modeling and screening in a physiologically relevant environment that is both consistent and replicable. Induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), in…

            • Unveiling Animal Mummies

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              A collection of ancient Egyptian animal mummies from the Brooklyn Museum is subjected to the powerful X-rays of a CT scanner in order to peer through the centuries-old packaging.

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              • Brainy Lizards

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                Puerto Rican anoles, Anolis evermanni, tested on a food-finding apparatus normally used on birds. Courtesy of Manuel Leal and Ashley Yeager, Duke University.

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