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See video Weaver ant nest building

See the social behavior of weaver ants when they construct their nests. Worker ants can bridge two leaves and pull them together by making chains with their bodies.

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See video How DNA Copies Itself

We are now able to see how DNA is copied in living cells using computer animations based on the latest research. The DNA copying process is extremely accurate, and biochemical systems have evolved to fix any mistakes.

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See video Time lapse of red roses blooming

Time-lapse photography of first one, then several blooming roses.

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See video The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

An interview-style documentary describing the functions and value of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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See video New microscope 100 million times stronger than MRI - IBM research

IBM scientists have demonstrated MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) with volume resolution 100 million times finer than conventional MRI. This will enable the study of complex 3D structures at the nanoscale level.

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See video Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Heart Beating

5 different views of the heart beating.

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See video First Live Giant Squid on Video

Japanese scientists catch a giant squid 3,5 meters long

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See video Amoeba gobbles algae cells in Mono Lake

Sample taken from Mono Lake, California. Viewed with a Swift FM-31 Field Microscope and Nikon Coolpix 885 at 400X.

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See video A huge worm leaves its cricket host

A parasitic worm makes its cricket host jump in the water, committing suicide. The worm then leaving its host and swims away.

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See video Learn about D.N.A. ...with Poetry!

A short film about D.N.A.
[Note: This version 1.5 of 3.0]
From the Triangle series. For BBC and Discovery Channel.
For the classroom or for the home.
Enjoy.

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