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Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth

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In November 1999, millions of television viewers tuned in to the national PBS broadcast premiere of Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth, the first ever prime-time program to ... Read More

Unseen Life on Earth: A Telecourse

The microbial world leaps off the textbook page and onto the screen with a comprehensive microbiology video series and telecourse.

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MTS13 - Joel Sussman - Proteopedia.org and Intrinsically Unstructured Proteins

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MTS12 - Nancy Keller - Aspergillus and the Fungal Toxin Problem

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MTS006 - Bruce Rittmann - Microbes, Waste and Renewable Energy

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MTS005 - Brett Finlay - E.coli and the Human Gut

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MTS004 - David Relman - The Human Microbiome

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MTS003 - Ute Hentschel - Symbiotic Sea Sponges

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MTS002 - Seth Darst - RNA polymerase

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MTS001 - Ralph Tanner - The Future of Biofuels

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Repair DNA

Developing tricks and tools to keep their enzymes in order is one way thermophiles survive. They also use techniques to keep their DNA from falling apart under intense heat. Like proteins, the parts of the long, spiral ladder-shaped DNA molecule start to unravel and break apart under high hea... Read More

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