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Video Presentations from Princeton's 2009 Spring Biosecurity Seminar Lectures

Here's a collection of presentations from Princeton's 2009 Spring Biosecurity Seminar Lectures. Presentations include:


Feb. 20 - George Hughes Senior Advisor, Counterterrorism and Intelligence FDA Office of Criminal Investigations
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The Acid Fast Stain

Here's a movie from the University of Madison-Wisconsin depicting the steps for creating an acid fast stain.















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Because Bacteria Can Live in Your Hair Piece

If your toupe or wig is not feeling so fresh, finally there is a product for you. This has got to be one of the cheesiest commercials I have ever seen for a sanitizing product. Thankfully I still have a full head of hair! Read More

Robert Koch by Giancarlo Martinez

A brief video history of Robert Koch, one of the founding fathers of Bacteriology and Microbiology who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his contributions and discoveries on Tuberculosis.
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Microbe Theater - Episode 4

Meet E. coli O157:H7 and some other unidentified "large intestine microbes." Read More

Return of Influenza - A "Microbes After Hours" Series

Fall is on the horizon, bringing with it freshly-sharpened pencils, vibrantly-colored leaves, and of course - the annual influenza season. In this video you will learn about the microbiology of this fascinating virus and why vaccination not only protects ourselves but higher-risk individuals all... Read More

Antibiotics: Is a Strong Offense the Best Defense? Part 1 (MWV21)

 



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Walt Disney's Insects as Carriers of Disease

Published in 1946 as a motion picture, Walt Disney Productions shows how the fly, the mosquito and the louse are carriers of dysentery, malaria and typhus, and tells how to get rid of these carriers through sanitary measures.

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Fratricide between pneumococci and crystal structure of LytC

A collaboration of two spanish groups from CSIC had solved the 3D structure of LytC. The structure explains the peculiar role that this protein plays during a process known as pneumococcal fratricide. The structure has been published in the last issue of Nature Structural Molecular Biology.

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This Week in Virology - Live in Philly (MWV29)

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Studying Cyanobacteria (video)

Microbiologists at UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography are studying how cyanobacteria - some of the smallest and most primitive marine microbes - adapt to different environmental factors. Read More

Touch Surfaces and how microbes spread

With the advent of the rapid spread of H1N1 it is often a challenge to explain the need to be vigilant about hand hygiene. CNN's Randi Kaye reporting on Anderson Cooper 360 reports on how germs from one sneeze can spread to hundreds, maybe thousands. The video has a great animation and illustr... Read More

Viruses use 'hive intelligence' to focus their attack

This video from Geoffrey Smith and his team of virologists at Imperial College London shows how vaccinia virus spreads through cells. What's interesting about this is that when the virus leaves one cell in search of another to infect, vaccinia would bounce off of or hop over cells that were alre... Read More

Science & Social Media: Chris Condayan

On Jan. 6, 2009, in Arlington, Virginia, the National Science Foundation, The Ballston Science and Technology Alliance, and BioInformatics, LLC, hosted a Cafe Scientifique on Science and Social Media. In part 2 of this 4 part video, Chris Condayan, Manager of Public Outreach for the American ... Read More

Microbe Theater - Episode 1

This video, or anime if you prefer, was inspired by the manga series called "Moyasimon: Tales of Agriculture." Manga is a Japanese word for comics, the literal translation is "whimsical pictures." This manga follows the life of a first-year college student named Tadayasu Sawaki who has the speci... Read More

Bacteriophage (Hybrid Medical Animation)

Video of a T4 bacteriophages targeting E. coli bacteria. Read More

The Exxon Valdez and Bioremediation

As we hear more and more news about the environmental disaster currently underway in the Gulf, there has been much talk about how microbes can be utilized to biodegrade the oil. In this 7 minute video posted on YouTube we see how scientists successfully implemented a bioremediation plan during t... Read More

Virus Battery (M13 Bacteriophage)

Those portable electronic gadgets that many of us cant do without are getting more and more high tech. But they still run on old-fashioned batteries. Scientists at the MIT are hoping to change that. Read More

TWiM #90: Think globally, act locally

Hosts: Vincent Racaniello.


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