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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

What Makes a Chili Hot? Real Hot!

In a battle against a seed eating fungus, certain chili peppers fight back by dialing up the heat. Learn more about why and how certain chili's are so hot in this video from Sciencentral. Read More

This Week in Microbiology #53 - Live in Manchester at the SGM 2013 Spring Conference #sgmman (video)

Vincent Racaniello and co-host Laura Piddock, Ph.D., with guests Paul Williams, Ph.D., Kalin Vetsigian, Ph.D., and David Harper, Ph.D. Read More

2-5-1 Bacteria and Viruses (video)

Biology II Unit 5: Microbiology Lecture 1: Bacteria & Viruses After viewing this video lecture on bacteria and viruses, you should be able to: - List common characteristics of bacteria. - List common characteristics of viruses. - Compare and contrast bacteria and viruses. - Evaluate the ecol... Read More

How clean is your hotel room?

When you've collapsed in a hotel bed at the end of a day of vacationing, the last thing you want to worry about is whether a previous guest left germs behind. But germs are invisible to the naked eye, so how do hotel housekeepers — who have an average of 30 minutes to clean a room — make sure th... Read More

Chicago family seeks answers in Malcolm Casadaban's death by plague

ABC News video on the late Malcom Casadaban, a University of Chicago researcher who passed away after exposure to Yersinia pestis.

"The tragic irony is that Professor Casadaban had been trying to develop a vaccine so that thousands of people around the world wouldn't die a painful, ugly death... Read More

Food Safety Music Video

Dr. Carl Winter at the Univ. of California, Davis wrote this amusing music parody in the name of food safety. Enjoy! Read More

Virology course videocasts

This year I started a new virology course at Columbia University. The course emphasizes the common reactions that must be completed by all viruses for successful reproduction within a host cell and survival and spread within a host population. The molecular basis of alternative reproductive cycl... Read More

Bacteria can walk on 'legs'

Alan Boyle writes: Bacteria have legs? That suggestion seemed surprising to Gerard Wong, a bioengineering professor at the University of California at Los Angeles, when his students told him they were seeing some strange behavior in movies of the microbes.

"They said, 'You know, we noticed th... Read More

Save the Oysters - Part 1 (MWV9)

 



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The Origin of Species: 1859 meets 2009 - Video Lecture by Carl Zimmer

Science writer Carl Zimmer and host of MicrobeWorld's Meet the Scientist Podcast presents a talk in Vancouver BC hosted by the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia. Zimmer discusses Darwin and the evolution of diseases, including H1N1.

The talk was posted in six par... Read More

Dr. Clarke's H1N1 Rap

The H1N1 Rap was written, composed, produced, and performed by John D. Clarke, MD, FAAFP, for the HHS' www.flu.gov public service announcement contest. Out of the over 200 entries submitted, a panel of 12 video communication and public health experts determined the top 10 entries. These were put... Read More

Kary Mullis' Next-gen Cure for Killer Infection

A very promising cure against infection. Nobel-winning chemist Kary Mullis discusses this break-through antibiotic mechanism. Read More

People, Places and Pathogens

Huw Taylor, Professor of Microbial Ecology at the University of Brighton, presented his inaugural lecture on Thursday 21 June 2012 entitled: People, Places and Pathogens.

Professor Taylor, who did his undergraduate degree in microbiology, said that the science of medical microbiology has del... Read More

Curtis Suttle - Marine Virology (MWV66)

In MicrobeWorld Video episode 66 Dr. Stan Maloy talks with Curtis Suttle, Professor of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Microbiology & Immunology, and Botany, and Associate Dean of Scien... Read More

ASM 2014 video competition: Because You Care About Me

Our video for ASM global video competition…
This work has been created after writing a manuscript that was published in the ASM's Clinical Microbiology Reviews (http://cmr.asm.org/content/26/3/361.abstract). The paper shows the increasing spread of superbugs in the Gulf Cooperation Council Stat... Read More

Serious Sediment

Rutgers' Donna Fennell is reclaiming chlorine-contaminated sediments in New Jersey 's urban Meadowlands through smart environmental engineering and microbiological enrichment. Serious Sediment is a segment from CSREES' Partners Video Magazine's 19th episode, The Soil Explorers. To view the entir... Read More

ASM in Zambia (MWV7)

 


 


 


This video, produced in partnership with Global Health TV, showcases the American Society for Microbiology's laboratory capacity building initiatives in Zambia. The film focuses on ASM's support to the Zambian Ministry o... Read More

Gliding Motility of Paenibacillus

A movie showing gliding motility in a Paenibacillus isolate. Movie by Jon Roll, UW-Madison.
















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Not Just Any Bug - Cynthia Haseltine on Archaea, DNA Repair and Lymphoma

In this series of four brief video clips from Washington State University produced by Adam Ratliff and Cherie Winner for Washington State Magazine Online, microbiologist Cynthia Haseltine describes how she's working to understand the process of DNA repair and the causes of lymphoma, ... Read More

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