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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    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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    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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    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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    How To Talk With Aliens
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    A meeting of the minds talk about how we might write messages to intelligent extraterrestrial beings—and if it's ethical to send them.

    A meeting of the minds talk about how we might write messages to intelligent extraterrestrial beings—and if it's ethical to send them.

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    The Maine Lobster Industry Is Entangled With Endangered...
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Declining numbers of endangered right whales has sparked a debate about the impact of Maine’s lobster industry on the dwindling numbers.

    Declining numbers of endangered right whales has sparked a debate about the impact of Maine’s lobster industry on the dwindling numbers.

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    Meet The Bowhead Whale, The Jazz Singer of the Deep
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Scientists recorded a population of bowhead whales singing 184 different melodies over a span of three years.

    Scientists recorded a population of bowhead whales singing 184 different melodies over a span of three years.

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    Biology Nerdy Curio
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    Neandertal Face Shape Was All Over the Air
    A lesson with 60-Second Science
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    In today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, how the jutting midface of Neandertals seems to have evolved to help get large volumes of air into an active body that needed lots of oxygen.

    In today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science, how the jutting midface of Neandertals seems to have evolved to help get large volumes of air into an active body that needed lots of oxygen.

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    A New Organ That Could Explain The Mysteries Of The Hum...
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Scientists have discovered “the interstitium,” a previously unidentified network of fluid-filled tissue.

    Scientists have discovered “the interstitium,” a previously unidentified network of fluid-filled tissue.

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    Beyond The Hive: The Wonderful World Of Native Bees
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    There are 4,000 types of native bees in North America, including species that secrete silk and others that build tiny towers.

    There are 4,000 types of native bees in North America, including species that secrete silk and others that build tiny towers.

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    After You Die, Your “Necrobiome” Lives On
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    A team of bacteria, insects, and other organisms take over bodies after death. But what can they tell scientists about how someone lived and died?

    A team of bacteria, insects, and other organisms take over bodies after death. But what can they tell scientists about how someone lived and died?

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    A Dung Detective Hunts For Rare Microbes
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Most zoo visitors go to see the animals. Michelle O'Malley visits for their poop.

    Most zoo visitors go to see the animals. Michelle O'Malley visits for their poop.

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    Complex Human Behaviors May Have Evolved In Our Earlies...
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Our earliest human ancestors had trading networks and advanced technology—tens of thousands of years earlier than previously thought.

    Our earliest human ancestors had trading networks and advanced technology—tens of thousands of years earlier than previously thought.

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