This video from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is from the 2007 Holiday Lectures on Science: "AIDS: Evolution of an Epidemic." Bisola O. Ojikutu, M.D., M.P.H. discusses antiretroviral therapy in AIDS and HIV. The video is available as an indexed video with synchronized slides or webcast video only. Both require RealPlayer. The video is 58 minutes and 31 seconds long and there are 91 slides.
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Video closeup of the C. elegans sperm that moves like an amoeba. This video is featured on the HHMI DVD, The Meaning of Sex: Genes and Gender, available free from HHMI. Also, this video is 10 seconds in length, and available in Quicktime (0.8 MB) and Windows Media (1 MB). All sex determination videos are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/gender/video.html.
How a cell infected by a virus signals cytotoxic T lymphocytes to kill the cell before the virus replicates and spreads. This video is two minutes and 34 seconds in length, and available in Quick Time (11 MB) and Windows Media Player (23 MB). All Infection Disease Animations are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/disease/animations.html.
Dr. Rosenthal describes how antlers are one of the few examples of complete mammalian regeneration. This video presentation is also featured on the DVD Potent Biology: Stem Cells, Cloning, and Regeneration, available free from HHMI. This video is two minutes and 18 seconds in length, and available in Quicktime (24 MB) and Windows Media (35 MB) formats. All Stem Cells videos are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/stemcells/video.html.
Dr. Brett Finlay shows how bacteria can grow rapidly to incredible numbers, and also explains what limits this explosive growth. This resource would be great preparation material for a classroom discussion or video presentation for both the students and the teacher. This visual helps further broaden the knowledge of students in both the upper high school and college undergraduate on bacterial growth. The lecture is featured on the DVD 2000 and Beyond: Confronting the Microbe Menace, available free from HHMI. The video is 54 seconds long and available on WMV (10MB) and MOV (8MB). All Infection Disease videos can be found at http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/disease/video.html .
Explore principles of taxonomy by sorting seashells according to their morphological characteristics and constructing an evolutionary tree.
This lecture covers the fundamentals of the circulatory system, including the structure and function of the heart.
Corn was originally bred from the teosinte plant by native Mexican farmers. The morphologies of modern-day corn and teosinte plants are compared to illustrate how artificial selection can bring about dramatic changes in plants. This video is also featured on the DVD Evolution: Constant Change and Common Threads, available free from HHMI. This video is 52 seconds in length, and available in MOV (13 MB) and WMV (16 MB). All Evolution videos are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/evolution/video.html.
Video microscopy of mating between a male and a hermaphrodite C. elegans roundworm. This video featured on the HHMI DVD, The Meaning of Sex: Genes and Gender, available free from HHMI. Also, this video is 56 seconds in length, and available in Quicktime (2 MB) and Windows Media (3 MB). All sex determination videos are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/gender/video.html.
This one minute and sixteen second video from Howard Hughes Medical Institute depicts the microscopy of a cytotoxic T lymphocyte in action. This video is available in QuickTime (MOV) and Windows Media format (WMV). It is also featured on the 2007 Holiday Lectures: AIDS: Evolution of an Epidemic. More information on this and other infectious disease videos can be found at http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/disease/video.html .
One technique for discovering small molecules of biological relevance is to expose cultured cells to a variety of small molecules and look for changes in the cells' appearance, behavior or other measurable qualities.
This lecture covers ways to detect cancer and the current treatments available to help patients with cancer.
Dr. Brett Finlay enlists a student volunteer to show the surprisingly high amount of bacteria found in his own mouth. This resource is also featured on the DVD 2000 and Beyond: Confronting the Microbe Menace, available free from HHMI. This video is one minute and 27 seconds in length, and available in MOV (8 MB) and WMV (12 MB). All Infectious Disease videos are located at: http://www.hhmi.org/biointeractive/disease/video.html.
The hypothetical relationship of chemical space and biological space is plotted on a three-dimensional graph, giving a glimpse of the future direction of research at the intersections of various disciplines.