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3D Model of the Eye

How do we move our eyes about? These are among the fastest acting muscles in the body. The Human Eye 3D animation by Intervoke, hosted here on Sketchfab is a …

Cardiovascular Changes in Pregnancy

That video was so cool! Did you enjoy learning about the cardiovascular changes in pregnancy from Dr. Zoe Cohen? What stood out to you in this interview with Dr. Zoe …

Week 1 Overview 2

Watch as Dr. Cohen explains the concepts covered in the next 4 activities: Respiratory 1 and 2, and Renal Physiology 1 and 2.

Week 2 Overview 2

Dr. Cohen gives a brief insight into the fascinating concepts covered in the next three activities: Hemopoietic 1 and 2, the Nervous System, and the Senses.


A very good animated explanation of translation, the synthesis of a protein on the ribosome. From North Dakota State University.

What Are Stem Cells

The Irish Stem Cell Foundation offers a nice, low-key explanation of the questions that may be answered eventually by studying stem cells.

Brain Imaging Technology

Dr Paul Thompson talks about the work that he does at the Lab of Neuro Imaging (LONI) at UCLA. He discusses brain health, the latest brain imaging technology and projects …

How the Ear Works

A nice 3D animation lets you see how the hammer, anvil, and stirrup (malleus, incus, and stapes bones) connect the eardrum to the cochlea to transmit sound to the inner …

Week 3 Overview 2

Watch John Cohen introduce the last 3 activities in your last week of MiniMed Course 1: Mitosis, Meiosis & Sex, and Heredity.

A Biologist’s Mother’s Day Song

Slightly more than half of everything I have is thanks to you, sings Adam Cole, while providing a nice review of what we’ve just learned. This is an additional video, …

Week 2 Overview 1

Get a broad understanding of the concepts that we will dive into with Musculoskeletal 1 and 2 and how they relate to our previous topics like the Digestive System.

Week 3 Overview 1

Overview of the first 4 activities in your last week of MiniMed Course 1: Life and the Size of Things, Cell anatomy, Proteins, and DNA-RNA-Protein.