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It's Okay to Be Smart
It's Okay to Be Smart
The Invisible Creatures That Keep You Alive!
A complete microbiome lives inside us, and believe it or not, that's a good thing.
S3 Ep50 | 5m 23s
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VENOM: Nature’s Killer Cocktails
Venom comes in all different types, so here's everything you'll ever need to know.
S3 Ep49 | 5m 8s
The Small Problem With Shrinking Ourselves
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S3 Ep48 | 4m 44s
Attack of the Cosmic Space Junk!
No astronauts were harmed in the making of this video.
S3 Ep47 | 5m 14s
Why Salt & Pepper?
Join the #AnythingButPepper movement!
S3 Ep46 | 5m 23s
Why Don't Other Animals Wear Glasses?
Vision impairment is common in humans, so why not the rest of the animal kingdom?
S3 Ep45 | 5m 3s
Should You Be Worried About Zika?
Mosquitos have been dangerous for, well... forever. So what's new about Zika?
S3 Ep44 | 5m 45s
Musical Tesla Coils in Slow Motion! Featuring Physics Girl
The future of music is electric.
S3 Ep43 | 6m 20s
Spit: Everything You Never Wanted To Know
Spit is critical for our health. Actually.
S3 Ep42 | 4m 41s
Inside the World of Fire Ants!
A song of ants and fire
and ant-decapitating flies.
S3 Ep41 | 6m 32s
Is Your Brain Too Old For Video Games?
Video games are still on the rise. Can you take the heat?
S3 Ep40 | 6m 25s
6 Chemical Reactions That Changed History
From fire to food, check out these life-altering reactions that surround us everyday.
S3 Ep39 | 7m 18s
The Cosmic Afterglow
The lingerling radiation from the ancient universe still surrounds us to this day.
S3 Ep38 | 3m 27s
The Most Important Moment in the History of Life
The amazing legacy of animal cells.
S3 Ep37 | 6m 13s
Why Are You Multicellular?
Even cells can be selfish.
S3 Ep36 | 4m 41s
Are You Smarter Than A Slime Mold?
The simplest organisms can still accomplish wonders.
S3 Ep35 | 4m 39s
Is Inheritance Really All In Our Genes?
Epigenetic inheritance is really weird, but is it real?
S3 Ep34 | 4m 51s
How Do Bees Make Honey?
One of nature's most amazing recipes.
S3 Ep33 | 5m 15s
How Many Trees Are There?
It may be an impossible questions, but we can at least get close.
S3 Ep32 | 4m 15s
The Equinox Isn't What You Think It Is
Is the equinox really when day = night, or is that a myth?
S3 Ep31 | 2m 11s
Einstein Was Right: Gravitational Waves Edition
A theory of physics 100 years in the making.
S3 Ep30 | 6m 7s
How Do Squirrels Find Their Nuts?
Astounding feats of animal memory.
S3 Ep29 | 2m 8s
Is Big Data Getting Too Big?
Our need for data storage grows everyday... but by how much?
S3 Ep28 | 4m 28s
100,000,000 Years From Now
What relics will the 'anthropocene' age leave behind?
S3 Ep27 | 5m 28s