Tag: human

The Woman Who Tried To Play God – Genetic Engineering & The Nature Of Everything
Your Immune System: Natural Born Killer – Crash Course Biology #32

Your Immune System: Natural Born Killer – Crash Course Biology #32

By Micah Moen 100 Comments January 14, 2020

Sex and not dying. That’s what biology is all about. And while the sex part is, I’ll grant you, a little bit sexier, not dying is also really fantastic… something that I, personally, like to do every single day. I, personally, like to not die in all sorts of ways. Like, I don’t jump out […]

Mysterious Microbes –  Trailer

Mysterious Microbes – Trailer

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 1, 2020

They are some of the ocean’s smallest inhabitants and on coral reefs, microorganisms are copious creatures. Microbes are very prolific on the surface of corals, both in healthy and diseased corals. But in a world that’s invisible to the naked eye, drastic changes are taking place. Whether it’s Australia or the Bahamas or the Florida […]

15 Second Science – We are mainly microbes

15 Second Science – We are mainly microbes

By Micah Moen 0 Comment January 1, 2020

The average human adult has 10 trillion human cells, but has over 100 trillion microbes on their skin, hair, mouth, and intestines. Most of these are beneficial, protecting us from harmful bacteria, helping us digest food, and even changing our mood.

Commonwealth Environmental Water Paiwalla Wetland
NOVA scienceNOW : 42 – Saving Hubble, First Primates, Alfredo QuiƱones-Hinojosa, Killer Microbe

NOVA scienceNOW : 42 – Saving Hubble, First Primates, Alfredo QuiƱones-Hinojosa, Killer Microbe

By Micah Moen 2 Comments December 21, 2019

NEIL DeGRASSE TYSON (Astrophysicist, American Museum of Natural History): On this episode of NOVA scienceNOW: it’s the most famous scientific instrument in the world, and its stunning pictures have changed our view of the universe. MATT MOUNTAIN (Space Telescope Science Institute): Twenty years ago we didn’t know how big the universe was, how old it […]

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey – Experiences: The Climatologist

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey – Experiences: The Climatologist

By Micah Moen 2 Comments December 4, 2019

The way our brain functions and the way we think is changing with every generation Woah move! Move your character! Run run run run! I tried… Oh… We are constantly evolving. It’s just… it’s not flashy. It’s not like “hey my head’s got twice as big”! Okay. It’s not like that. You have a really […]

I am Human Ecology: Corrine Casal and Greta Sloan

I am Human Ecology: Corrine Casal and Greta Sloan

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 7, 2019

my name is Corinne Casal and I’m from Youngstown New York and I’m a human biology health and society major. my name is Greta Sloan. I’m from Colorado Springs Colorado and I’m a human development major. we’re at 4-H camp Bristol hills near Canandaigua New York. we are doing an expressive writing project with the […]

I Am Human Ecology: Courtney Dennee

I Am Human Ecology: Courtney Dennee

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 7, 2019

Hi, my name is Courtney Dennee, I’m a senior studying human biology, health and society. I took a couple of nutrition classes and discovered the field of dietetics and fell in love with it immediately because of its focus on preventative care. One of the groups I’m really involved with is the Food Recovery Network. […]

I Am Human Ecology: Stacey Chen

I Am Human Ecology: Stacey Chen

By Micah Moen 0 Comment October 5, 2019

hi I’m Stacey Chen from the College of Human Ecology. I’m a human development major and I’m from Warren, New Jersey. I’m currently at 4-H camp Bristol Hills up in Canandaigua New York. I’m working for the laboratory of rational decision making for the health of the brain there is a science outreach program. we’re […]