1. TEDxStanleyPark | Poh Tan, Biologist & Business Consultant

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    Myths and Misconceptions On Stem Cells Shot and cut by Trevor Jansen Story Producer: Mychaylo Prystupa Music: "Division" by Chris Zabriskie Illustrator - Juita Jayaram

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    • Are Alex, Martha & Mark entrepreneurs

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      We are not only asking people if they are designers. We also ask them if they are entrepreneurs in order to find out what the different opinions about entrepreneurship are. Check out if Alex, Martha and Mark are entrepreneurs.

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      • Lake Springfield fall fish survey

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        Every fall, biologists from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources conduct surveys of lakes to assess the health of fish populations. They use information gathered to set limits for anglers and guide fish stocking efforts.

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        • Dr. Biology Visits with Biologist Jon Harrison

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          Dr. Biology pops into the laboratory of biologist Jon Harrison to see what's happening with his giant beetles. It's not long before he gets a lesson on how insects breathe differently than humans. He also takes a quick journey back 300 million years - when these crawling and flying animals were super-sized. You can see one of these modern day creatures exercising on a cool beetle flightmill. Later you can learn about the math the scientists use to calculate how far and fast they fly.

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          • onBeing: Chris Mah

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            I met Chris by chance while I was shopping in a neighborhood store. Somehow we got to chatting and I learned that he is one of very few experts the world has to offer on starfish evolution. I had never thought much about starfish before. Who has? If someone has spent as much time with starfish --or anything-- as Chris has, I like to take some time, sit down with him or her, and find out what I might be missing. Glad he agreed to do so. Here are some links for more info on Chris and his work: here, here, and here.

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            • Dr. Biology Visits the Laboratory of Michael Angilletta - Part 2

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              Michael Angilletta is a biologist studying animals and their ability to thermoregulate. With the help of some tiny lizards he and his team of researchers are discovering how animals adjust to changing temperatures. Dr. Biology gets an inside look at a secondary laboratory and is able to ask some of his favorite questions.

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              • A Biologists Life in the Rainforest

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                Dr. Biology interviews research scientist Kate Ihle at Barro Colorado Island in Panama. BCI is part of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.

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                • Dr. Biology Visits the Laboratory of Michael Angilletta

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                  Michael Angilletta is a biologist studying animals and their ability to thermoregulate. With the help of some tiny lizards he and his team of researchers are discovering how animals adjust to changing temperatures.

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                  • Peat mining eco-disaster

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                    A biologist says a proposed peat mine would devastate a boreal forest bog. But would protecting that peat really be that important for the environment?

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                    • Nason Creek Coho Roundup

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                      Icicle TV went snerding with fisheries biologist Matt Collins and his Yakima Nations fisheries biologist team as they round up Coho Salmon in Nason Creek. Surveying and capturing both native and transplanted Coho salmon smolt. Using dry suits, mask and snorkels, these biologists are gathering critical DNA and radio tracking data to better understand our changing river systems. The Coho salmon restoration program is just one of many state federal and tribal efforts to monitor and protect our areas critical reliance on salmon and trout resources. Salmon are the basis for our entire river ecosystem, well beyond the fish itself, post spawn salmon die and provide a rejuvenating dose of nutrients to our area's mountain streams and rivers.

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