How These Bacteria Become Electrical Cables That Could Power Our World

It turns out that bacteria may have figured out the whole electricity thing way before we did, you guys. In fact, there are bacteria deep in the ground and under the ocean right now that are acting as living electric cables, and scientists are coming up with all sorts of cool new ways to study […]

Could This Superfood Save The World?

We have a constantly growing population. This means we will need 50% to 70% more food by 2050. So where are we going to find 50% to 70% more food in only 30 years? Nature is already building and sustaining all life on Earth. We don’t have to reinvent the wheel, the calories we need […]

Prehistoric Mammals 🎵

Everybody know their Dinosaurs But what about the creatures living in their shadows? Hop in my time machine, travel to the Meso We’re going to pay a visit to the O.G. Mammals Meet Juramaia pretty monumental Dwelling in the trees in her high rise rental Earliest placental before it was the trend She be Khaleesi […]

Cold War Nuclear Fallout Is Still Affecting the Pacific, What Does That Mean for Us?

These nuclear weapon explosions were part of a series of 66 tests by the United States government during the Cold War. The tests were conducted on the Marshall Islands, a remote area of the Pacific Ocean earmarked for unlimited nuclear destruction. These are the islands today, which are mostly abandoned. Though they look like any […]

Dean’s Convocation: James Nelson

Variable Warming Upper Midwest Lakes and Implications for Sport Fish

Welcome from the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. My name is John Ossanna, and I’d like to welcome you for our webinar series held in partnership with the US Geological Survey’s National Climate Adaptation Science Centers. Today’s webinar is titled “Variable Warming in Lakes of the Upper […]

What If The Sun Disappeared?

Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. Gravity is a property of matter, anything with mass. This includes the Moon, Earth, Jupiter, the Sun, and even you – your body. In fact, if you kinda like somebody, have them stand 3/4 of a millimeter away from you. At that distance, cumulatively, every atom in your body and every […]

What Causes Sickle Cell…and How Are We Treating It?

Sickle cell disease is a group of inherited blood disorders. In fact, it’s the most commonly inherited blood disorder in the world affecting millions of people worldwide. Once upon a time Sickle Cell was almost impossible to live with but today, we know a lot more about it and it turns out, something as simple […]

Human Eye | #aumsum

Our topic for today is Human Eye. The human eye is one of the most valuable sense organs that enables us to see the world around us. Let us study about the different parts of an eye. Sclera is a tough outer coat that protects the entire eyeball. Choroid is a vascular layer of the […]

ATP & Respiration: Crash Course Biology #7

Oh, hello there. I’m at the gym. I don’t know why you’re here, but I’m going to do some pushups, so you can join me on the floor if you want. Now, I’m not doing this to show off or anything. I’m actually doing this for science. [pained grunt] You see what happened there? My […]