CS50 2018 – Lecture 4 – Data Structures

[MUSIC PLAYING] DAVID J. MALAN: All right, this is CS50 and this is a lecture four. So we’re here in beautiful Lowell Lecture Hall and Sanders is in use today. And we’re joined by some friends that will soon be clear and present in just a moment. But before then, recall that last time we […]

2019 Aurora Forum Impressions: Mirza Dinnayi

The Aurora Forum is a new idea to make a big humanitarian network. The only thing that we share from USA to China to Australia are these human values, despite the religion, the ethnicity, the nationality, the country. So therefore the Aurora Forum has a big future, especially as a platform for all those people, […]

What Your Family History Can’t Tell You

Thanks to the National Institutes of Health’s National Human Genome Research Institute for supporting this episode of SciShow. [♪ INTRO] The first time you visit a new doctor, they’ll probably ask about your family history. Everything from heart disease to certain cancers to type 2 diabetes—if one of your close relatives has had it, they […]

Alleles and Genes

Captions are on! Click CC at bottom right to turn off. Keep up to date by following us on Twitter (@AmoebaSisters) and Facebook! I don’t remember which grade it was where I learned something about my tastebuds that can never be unlearned, but the event and the lesson with genetics has stuck with me forever. […]

Vine Snake Up a Tree | Snake City

I Stuck My Arm into Thousands of WEAVER ANTS

Before we begin today’s episode I wanted to let everyone know that AntsCanada.com is having its big AC annual holidays Promo: the 20-2020 sale. That’s 20% off all Hybrid Series ant farms and gear packs from now until January 2020, plus a free copy of our newly updated “Ultimate Ant Keeping Handbook”, right now at […]

The Dinosaur On Your Dinner Table

Hey smart people, Joe here. This holiday season, I bet many of you are going to be sitting down with family and friends to celebrate. And I bet a lot of you are going to be eating some nice delicious… dinosaur! Birds are dinosaurs! But why is that? That’s what we’re going to talk about […]

Human Origins 101 | National Geographic

– [Narrator] Millions of years before industry, agriculture and civilization the world stage was set for one creature’s unprecedented rise. The story of humanity’s evolution began about seven million years ago when the human lineage broke away from that of chimpanzees. Over time an ensemble cast of over 20 early humans species or hominins came […]

Meet Miguel Stanley | Leaders in Action Society

Alright. I think that the greatest challenge I had when I graduated, in 1998, was like, “why do you wanna be a dentist?”. You know, it’s like dentistry has this connotation with society of something that is evil, something that’s dark and that inspires pain. And I think Hollywood had a huge part to play […]

Everything We Know About Dinosaur Evolution Just Changed, Here’s Why

We all know by now that most dinosaurs were probably feathered, right? I mean, since the discovery of feathered theropod dinosaur fossils in the mid-1990s, that’s become pretty common knowledge. This year, in 2019, scientists have linked together many fossil and genetic discoveries to address a long-standing question in the paleontological community. When did feathers […]