Kate Orff: Reviving New York’s rivers — with oysters!

I am passionate about the American landscape and how the physical form of the land, from the great Central Valley of California to the bedrock of Manhattan, has really shaped our history and our character. But one thing is clear. In the last 100 years alone, our country — and this is a sprawl map […]

AIR 72 Rishvic Pushpakaran | KVPY – myPAT #PhodDiya Series | “Tension-free prepare karo”

Hi, I’m Era and I’m here with Rishvic Pushpakaran. He’s the rank 72 of KVPY. Did you expect this rank? I expected a good rank. Which rank were you expecting? I was expecting around 250. I exceeded my expectations in the exam. It went good but when I got rank 72, it felt great. How […]

1. Introduction to Human Behavioral Biology

[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. This is BIO 150, isn’t it? OK, just wanted to make sure. So we start off with a scenario. 40-year-old guy– quiet, suburban life. Married 15 years, two kids, 3.5 dogs. Everything’s standard. Everything’s going wonderfully. And one day out of nowhere, he punches somebody in the face at work. Totally […]

6 ways mushrooms can save the world | Paul Stamets

I love a challenge, and saving the Earth is probably a good one. We all know the Earth is in trouble. We have now entered in the 6X, the sixth major extinction on this planet. I often wondered, if there was a United Organization of Organisms — otherwise known as “Uh-Oh” — (Laughter) — and […]

How to prepare for an interview in the lab – tips and tricks for scientists

Before an interview applicants should do their homework, and that includes reading the publications of the lab that they’re applying to, but also a little bit more general – what is the institution doing? What are the neighboring labs and how could you maybe not only work with one PI but with several of them? […]

The Map of Mathematics

The mathematics we learn in school doesn’t quite do the field of mathematics justice. We only get a glimpse at one corner of it, but the mathematics as a whole is a huge and wonderfully diverse subject. My aim with this video is to show you all that amazing stuff. We’ll start back at the […]

Taxonomy: Life’s Filing System – Crash Course Biology #19

Taxonomy! It’s the science of classifying living things. That sounds exciting. Today we’ll basically be learning the Dewey Decimel System of evolution! It’s like filing! You must be on the edge of your seat. OK, shut up. When it comes down to it, this science doesn’t just categorize organisms, when you look a little deeper, […]

The magical science of storytelling | David JP Phillips | TEDxStockholm

Translator: Florencia Bracamonte Reviewer: Tanya Cushman In 2009, a man, a journalist by the name Rob Walker, wanted to find out this: Is storytelling really the most powerful tool of all? And in order to do this, he went on his computer, and he bought 200 objects from eBay. And the average price of the […]

Are you biased? I am | Kristen Pressner | TEDxBasel

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Denise RQ Let me just get this out there. I have a bias against women leaders. No one can be more surprised about this than me. I’m a woman leader. And on top, I even work in human resources, which means it’s my job to be unbiased. In fact, I passionately […]

Greenhouse Effect for Kids | #aumsum

Greenhouse Effect. What happened? Why are you shivering? No sun rays. Before. I will go and check what happened. What happened? Now. Before. Sun. Earth. Greenhouse gases. Sun rays. The sun’s rays warm the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is absorbed by the earth. A part of the sun’s rays is reflected back […]