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Biotechnology Science Fair Project

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Gel Electrophoresis and Forensic Science. Sounds cool right? Check out this neat video to learn how to separate molecules by size using an electrophoresis apparatus.

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KoalaTracker

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See how KoalaTracker is being used to collect data that can be used to help protect these cute marsupials. Also, learn how to spot koalas on your next walkabout!

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Protecting Urban Koalas

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The University of Queensland and The San Diego Zoo are working together to protect urban koalas from human development.

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Touring the Ocean Bottom

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What does the ocean floor look like? Take a virtual tour when you watch this short video. There isn’t any sound, but you can read the captions for lots of interesting facts.

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Origins of Oceans

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This video will blow your mind! Did you know that the ocean is 4 billion years old and that half of it came from outer space? Neither did I!

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Flying Bee vs. Jumping Spider

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Who will win? Watch all the action in this thrilling match up. A bee can fly and has a stinger, but this spider can jump 50 times its body length. Bugs are cool.

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Fun in the Sun

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Photosynthesis is fun in the sun; it provides us with the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat! This video covers the two main processes of photosynthesis: the light reactions and the Calvin Cycle. Due to its in-depth look at photosynthesis, this video is best suited for more advanced students.

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Photosynthesis and Food

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Amanda Ooten shares with us the simple story of photosynthesis and food for Ted Ed.

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Capitalizing on Collections

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Learn about the project to catalogue the genetic barcodes of plants and animals around the world. The aim is to build a cheap and easy identification tool which will have the power to bring biodiversity to everyone.

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Vascular Plants = Winning!

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This Crash Course in biology focuses on vascular plants, which are, most likely, the type of plant you think of when you think about plants – if that makes sense. Chock full of information, some of which may be best suited for an older audience, it covers the basics of plant structure, transpiration (the movement […]

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