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Instructional Video4:48
Curated Video

Photonic Propulsion: Mars in 3 Days?

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewWe can get to Mars in 3 days, . . .sort of, maybe. In this episode of SciShow Space Reid Reimers explains the possibilities of photonic propulsion in use with space travel.
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Instructional Video11:02
Curated Video

Booker T. Washington and W.E.B DuBois

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewAs the 19th century gave way to the 20th, Black Americans were searching for ways to think about how and where they would fit into a post-slavery society. There were several competing schools of thought. Booker T. Washington and W.E.B....
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Instructional Video7:36
Curated Video

The Extinction That Never Happened

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewNatural history is full of living things that were long thought to have gone extinct only to show up again, alive and well. Paleontologists have a word for these kinds of organisms: They call them Lazarus taxa.
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Instructional Video2:50
MinuteEarth

Why do Some Species Thrive in Cities?

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewUrban development can be tough on wildlife. But some plants and animals are adapting to our cities in surprising ways.
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Instructional Video6:08
TED-Ed

¿Cómo funciona el Premio Nobel de la Paz? - Adeline Cuvelier y Toril Rokseth

Pre-K - Higher Ed
New ReviewEntre los premios más prestigiosos del mundo, el Premio Nobel de la Paz ha honrado a algunas de las figuras y organizaciones internacionales más famosas y veneradas de la historia. ¿Pero cómo funciona el proceso de nominación? ¿Y quién...
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Instructional Video5:31
SciShow

Pyrotherapy: An Awful Nobel Prize for Infecting People with Malaria

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewMalaria vs. Neurosyphilis: the story of an unethical experiment, and its mysterious conclusions
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Instructional Video3:07
SciShow

Ada Lovelace: Great Minds

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewAda Lovelace, Daughter of Lord Byron, was somehow the first author of a computer program...even though she lived more than a century before the first modern computer.
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Instructional Video3:18
SciShow

Rosalind Franklin: Great Minds

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewRosalind Franklin was a British scientist who helped discover the structure of DNA, but you most likely haven't heard of her. Hank will attempt to fix this gap in your knowledge on today's SciShow: Great Minds
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Instructional Video2:14
Curated Video

Cómo Hicimos Tan Mortal a la Malaria

12th - Higher Ed
New ReviewSiempre tratamos de usar lenguaje fácil de comprender, por lo que evitamos el lenguaje técnico. Sin embargo, en caso de que quieras saber más acerca del tema, puedes comenzar tu aventura con los siguientes términos: Malaria: Enfermedad...
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Instructional Video8:04
Amoeba Sisters

Before the Bell Biology: Plant Structure and Diversity

12th - Higher Ed
Time before the bell to try 9 questions focused on plant structure and diversity? You'll also get answers complete with illustrations and explanations while music plays in the background. This particular video addresses vascular tissue...
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Instructional Video9:08
Amoeba Sisters

Before the Bell Biology: Photosynthesis

12th - Higher Ed
Time before the bell to try 9 questions focused on photosynthesis? You'll also get answers complete with illustrations and explanations while music plays in the background. This particular video addresses the overall equation of...
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Instructional Video9:47
Amoeba Sisters

Human Body Systems Overview (Updated 2024)

12th - Higher Ed
Explore 11 human body systems with the Amoeba Sisters in this updated video (2024). This video focuses on general functions for the following systems (and also provides a few structure examples): Circulatory, Digestive, Endocrine,...
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Instructional Video9:23
Amoeba Sisters

Before the Bell Biology: DNA Replication

12th - Higher Ed
Time before the bell to try 9 questions focused on DNA Replication? You'll also get answers complete with illustrations and explanations while music plays in the background. This particular video addresses when DNA replication starts,...
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Instructional Video42:55
TED Talks

TED: The US vs. itself — and other top global risks in 2024 | Ian Bremmer

12th - Higher Ed
2024 will be a dangerous year for the world, says Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media. Forecasting the top geopolitical risks set to play out in the months to come, he untangles what's in store for the war...
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Instructional Video39:13
TED Talks

TED: How to find creativity and purpose in the face of adversity | Suleika Jaouad

12th - Higher Ed
How can you find strength during life's most difficult moments? Author Suleika Jaouad's experience detailed in the documentary "American Symphony," an intimate portrait of her life as she grapples with illness, is a testament to finding...
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Instructional Video53:47
TED Talks

TED: TED is 40 — here's how it all started | Chris Anderson and Richard Saul Wurman

12th - Higher Ed
To celebrate TED's 40th anniversary, Head of TED Chris Anderson and TED's founder Richard Saul Wurman reflect on the conference's transformative journey — from its inception as a daring experiment blending technology, entertainment and...
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Instructional Video43:38
TED Talks

TED: An Israeli and a Palestinian talk peace, dignity and safety | Ali Abu Awwad and Ami Dar

12th - Higher Ed
Israel and Palestine have grappled with enduring territorial disputes and complex geopolitical tensions across generations. In this profound TED Membership conversation, Palestinian peace activist Ali Abu Awwad and Israeli founder of...
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Instructional Video14:15
TED Talks

TED: What happens to sex in midlife? A look at the "bedroom gap" | Maria Sophocles

12th - Higher Ed
Menopause isn't just hot flashes, says gynecologist and sexual medicine specialist Maria Sophocles. It's often accompanied by overlooked symptoms like painful sex or loss of libido. Shedding light on what she calls the "bedroom gap," or...
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Instructional Video18:02
TED Talks

TED: Want to succeed in business? Find a problem to solve | Anthony Tan and Amane Dannouni

12th - Higher Ed
Anthony Tan — the CEO of Grab, Southeast Asia's leading super-app — talks about launching a business that not only turns a profit but also helps people and the environment. In conversation with digital strategist Amane Dannouni, Tan...
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Instructional Video14:12
TED Talks

TED: The human cost of coal mining in China | Xiaojun "Tom" Wang

12th - Higher Ed
Xiaojun "Tom" Wang grew up in the Chinese province of Shanxi, the world's largest coal producer. Each year, more than a billion tons of coal are dug out of Shanxi's mountains, and the impacts are devastating — from massive landslides to...
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Instructional Video12:49
TED Talks

TED: 3 steps to better connect with your fellow humans | Amber Cabral

12th - Higher Ed
How can you effectively support people at work and in your community, especially when they're different from you? Inclusion strategist Amber Cabral shares three steps you can take to build connection — emphasizing that even small,...
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Instructional Video10:48
TED Talks

TED: How to choose clothes for longevity, not the landfill | Diarra Bousso

12th - Higher Ed
Buying cheap clothing online can be satisfying, but it comes with not-so-hidden environmental costs. When designer Diarra Bousso was growing up in Senegal, her family bought and created new outfits for longevity rather than on impulse —...
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Instructional Video10:31
TED Talks

TED: Meet mini-grids — the clean energy solution bringing power to millions | Tombo Banda

12th - Higher Ed
Hundreds of millions of people lack access to electricity in Sub-Saharan Africa, relying on highly polluting diesel and firewood for power and light. Working to brighten the future in her home country of Malawi and beyond, energy access...
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Instructional Video15:35
TED Talks

TED: How a sanctuary for self-expression can change lives | Reed J. Williams and Lindsay Morris

12th - Higher Ed
After bringing her son to a summer camp for gender-nonconforming children, photographer Lindsay Morris launched a project to share the campers' stories with the world. One of them, Reed J. Williams, is now a powerful advocate for...