Biology

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    How Photosynthesis Works
    A 5-part course with Craig Savage
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    Plants are able to take sunshine and water and create glucose to fuel their growth. The miraculous process by which this happens is called photosynthesis. Learn all about it in this biology course!

    Plants are able to take sunshine and water and create glucose to fuel their growth. The miraculous process by which this happens is called photosynthesis. Learn all about it in this biology course!

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    Evolution & Natural Selection
    A 7-part course with Craig Savage
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    Why in the world do snakes have hipbones? Charles Darwin sure has an answer! In this exciting biology course, follow along with Craig Savage and learn about natural selection and evolution.

    Why in the world do snakes have hipbones? Charles Darwin sure has an answer! In this exciting biology course, follow along with Craig Savage and learn about natural selection and evolution.

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    Evolution and the History of Life
    A 3-part course with Bleier Biology
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    Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.

    Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.

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    Biochemistry Up Close & In Person
    A 22-part course with Professor Dave Explains
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    Biochemistry allows us to understand the large biomolecules that run every living organism. Do you want to learn about nutrition? Metabolism? Medicine and general health? This is the course for you!

    Biochemistry allows us to understand the large biomolecules that run every living organism. Do you want to learn about nutrition? Metabolism? Medicine and general health? This is the course for you!

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    Conservation & Trends in Population
    A course with Paul Ehrlich
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    Join conservation biologist Paul Ehrlich to explore the world's ecology, including topics like climate disruption, overpopulation, and conservation methods.

    Join conservation biologist Paul Ehrlich to explore the world's ecology, including topics like climate disruption, overpopulation, and conservation methods.

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    4-part Biology course
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    Diagnosing Diseases of the Liver
    A 4-part course with MedCram
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    It's time to learn all about the liver! In this anatomy and physiology course, begin with the basics, and follow through to diagnosing acute, chronic, and cholestatic liver disease.

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    It's time to learn all about the liver! In this anatomy and physiology course, begin with the basics, and follow through to diagnosing acute, chronic, and cholestatic liver disease.

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    8-part Biology course
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    Diagnosing Medical Acid Base Disorders
    An 8-part course with MedCram
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    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

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    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

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    4-part Biology course
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    Understanding Pulmonary Embolism
    A 4-part course with MedCram
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    Are you a med student studying different kinds of lung diseases? In this course, learn all about pulmonary embolism—a particular type of blood clot in the lungs—from diagnosis to treatment.

    with MedCram

    Are you a med student studying different kinds of lung diseases? In this course, learn all about pulmonary embolism—a particular type of blood clot in the lungs—from diagnosis to treatment.

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    3-part Biology course
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    Pleural Effusion Causes & Diagnosis
    A 3-part course with MedCram
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    Pleural effusions are fluid that collects in around the lungs, not within in them. In this course, discover how to properly diagnose effusions and determine the cause through X-rays and lab analysis.

    with MedCram

    Pleural effusions are fluid that collects in around the lungs, not within in them. In this course, discover how to properly diagnose effusions and determine the cause through X-rays and lab analysis.

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    Exercise Actually Remodels Your Heart
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Weightlifter's hearts are built differently than those of marathon runners—but both activities seem to be beneficial to your long-term health.

    Weightlifter's hearts are built differently than those of marathon runners—but both activities seem to be beneficial to your long-term health.

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    Can An App Fight Opioid Overdoses?
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    How cellphone sonar can tell you're still breathing—and if you stop.

    How cellphone sonar can tell you're still breathing—and if you stop.

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    Are All Calories Created (And Burned) Equally?
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    How do low-carb, high protein, calorie counting guidelines affect our metabolism?

    How do low-carb, high protein, calorie counting guidelines affect our metabolism?

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    The First CRISPR-Edited Babies Are (Probably) Here. Now...
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    The news raises social, ethical, and regulatory questions—for both scientists and society.

    The news raises social, ethical, and regulatory questions—for both scientists and society.

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    The Asymmetrical Self
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Why are human bodies asymmetrical? A single protein could help explain why

    Why are human bodies asymmetrical? A single protein could help explain why

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    Mysteries Of The Heart
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    In "Heart: A History," cardiologist Sandeep Jauhar writes of confounding cases of heart disease, and the daring treatments that revolutionized how we fix the...

    In "Heart: A History," cardiologist Sandeep Jauhar writes of confounding cases of heart disease, and the daring treatments that revolutionized how we fix the...

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    Sick? ‘Tis The Season.
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Many diseases, beyond flu, may have a hidden seasonal component.

    Many diseases, beyond flu, may have a hidden seasonal component.

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    Order And Disorder In The Human Brain
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Neuroscientist Eric Kandel tells us what schizophrenia, PTSD, and other disorders can reveal about the workings on the human brain.

    Neuroscientist Eric Kandel tells us what schizophrenia, PTSD, and other disorders can reveal about the workings on the human brain.

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    Are Probiotics Good For You? Not Always
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    New study suggests too much ‘good bacteria’ could poison your brain.

    New study suggests too much ‘good bacteria’ could poison your brain.

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