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VideoMar 2020

Joe Rogan | Aubrey de Grey: Centenarians have one thing in common

(2:29) Anti-aging pioneer Aubrey de Grey talks about the one thing those who live to a hundred have in common.


VideoMay 2013

Why do humans engage in so many impractical activities?

(2:13) Evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins discusses why we do things that have no direct bearing on our ability to survive, such as ballet, poetry or mathematics.


VideoSep 2014

Life through an MRI machine

(1:23) Unlike X-Rays and CT scans, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) doesn't use harmful radiation.


AnimationJan 2014

TED-Ed - How sugar affects the brain

(5:03) Nicole Avena explains why sweets and treats should be enjoyed in moderation.

VideoJun 2016

Where is the cuttlefish?

(3:50) Cuttlefish change the patterns on their body to blend in with the background, and also for bizarre courtship rituals.

VideoMay 2013

How to run properly

(2:17) Biology professor Daniel Lieberman gives five pointers on how to run long distances better and injury-free.


VideoMay 2011

Travelling through the digestive system

(5:08) With a new camera, you can follow the journey food takes through your gut. Fascinating and gross in equal high measure.


VideoMar 2012

Creatures you share your body with

(7:18) Although you may sometimes feel it, you are never alone. Billions of other organisms live on or in you.


VideoOct 2012

19 species of ferns named after Lady Gaga

(1:42) Biologist and Lady Gaga fan is naming a new genus of ferns found in Central and South America, Mexico, Arizona and Texas after the pop superstar.

VideoMay 2015

The fascinating process of human decomposition

(3:40) Visit to the world's biggest body farm, the Forensic Anthropology Center in Texas, where researchers study human decomposition in order to help law enforcement.