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Modern Transportation & Infectious Disease (MWV15)

 



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The Lab Safety Song

A musical extravaganza on the importance and execution of laboratory safety as presented by puppets.
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Paul the Prokaryote

Here's an amusing cartoon/video about a lowly bacterium that tries to takeover the world. The creater admits that there are a lot of inaccuracies in it, but it's still fun to watch. Can you identify the inaccuracies? Read More

Bonnie Bassler on ASM's upcoming General Meeting in New Orleans for 2011

For information about the American Society for Microbiology's General Meeting visit http://gm.asm.org/ Read More

Life at the Extremes: Microbes, Salt and Pressure (Part 5)

Adrienne Kish, an astrobiologist with an interest in the microbiology and molecular biology of extremophiles exposed to the types of environmental conditions found on planetary bodies such as Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn, presents a lecture entitled "Life at the Extremes: Micerob... Read More

Life at the Extremes: Microbes, Salt and Pressure (Part 2)

Adrienne Kish, an astrobiologist with an interest in the microbiology and molecular biology of extremophiles exposed to the types of environmental conditions found on planetary bodies such as Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn, presents a lecture entitled "Life at the Extremes: Micerob... Read More

Dengue Fever on the Rise (video)

As cities struggle to keep up with explosive population growth, dengue fever is beginning to infect more and more people due to unsanitary conditions; bad water, lack of sewage facilities. This short video shows conditions in the Philippines' city of Manila, where dengue has hit hard. Read More

Dangerous Friends and Friendly Enemies (Part 6 of 10)

Dr. Stuart Levy and Dr. Fred Koster track a mystery killer from a Navajo community in New Mexico with help from Dr. C.J. Peters with the Centers for Disease Control.


















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Beyond the Still: 6 Bioscapes Contest Video

The entrants in the 2009 Olympus BioScapes International Digital Imaging Competition provide fitting tribute to nearly 1,000 years of making the invisible visible. These six videos include one winner and five Honorable Mentions. Read More

White Blood Cells Devour Bacteria In Amazing 1950s Science Clip

A less than 30-second movie from the 1950s shows a white blood cell (neutrophil) pursuing the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria on blood film.

The 16-mm moving image was captured by late David Rogers, who at the time was a professor at Vanderbilt University and went on to co-chair the National C... Read More

Antibiotics - Seven Wonders of the Microbe World (video)

In this video, experts reveal how the natural processes of microbes are used to fight disease.
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Laurie Garrett: What can we learn from the 1918 flu?

In 2007, as the world worried about a possible avian flu epidemic, Laurie Garrett, author of "The Coming Plague," gave this powerful TED talk to a University audience. Her insights from past pandemics are may be more relevant than ever today as we strive to understand the potential threat from s... Read More

Life at the Extremes: Microbes, Salt and Pressure (Part 6)

Adrienne Kish, an astrobiologist with an interest in the microbiology and molecular biology of extremophiles exposed to the types of environmental conditions found on planetary bodies such as Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn, presents a lecture entitled "Life at the Extremes: Micerob... Read More

Biofuels in Puerto Rico (MWV30)

Puerto Rico is widely known as the "La Isla del Encanto," which translated means "The Island of Enchantment." And while its beaches, tropical rain forest, and biolumescent bays are wonders of nature, the island is not without its problems. From energy needs to economics, Puerto Rico shares ma... Read More

Life at the Extremes: Microbes, Salt and Pressure (Part 4)

Adrienne Kish, an astrobiologist with an interest in the microbiology and molecular biology of extremophiles exposed to the types of environmental conditions found on planetary bodies such as Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn, presents a lecture entitled "Life at the Extremes: Micerob... Read More

The Story of Louis Pasteur (1935)

William Dieterle's 1935 film about Louis Pasteur who scientifically disproved the spontaneous generation hypothesis and among many other things greatly influenced the introduction and use of antisepsis in medicine.

You can watch the rest of the parts 2-6 on YouTube. Read More

Microbe Lab (MWV13)

 



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ASM Live at ICAAC - The Live Internet Talk Show

Participate in ASM Live at ICAAC 2014 in Washington, D.C., where we will be live streaming video interviews of select presenters with host Read More

MWV Episode 67 - The Secret Language of Bacteria

No bacterium lives alone ā€“ it is constantly encountering members of its own species as well as other kinds of bacteria and diverse organisms like viruses, fungi, plants and animals. To navigate a complex world, microbes use chemical signals to sense and communicate with one another... Read More

Rachel Armstrong: Architecture that repairs itself?

(from http://www.ted.com) Venice, Italy is sinking. To save it, Rachel Armstrong says we need to outgrow architecture made of inert materials and, well, make architecture that grows itself. She proposes a not-quite-alive material that does its own repairs and sequesters carbon, too. Read More

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