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How Bacteria Cause Disease

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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques

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21st Century Bacterial Pneumonia: Old Habits and New Approaches

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Under the Microscope: How tiny eyes inspire technology (Lecture 1 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Fruit fly foot and beetle antenna (Lecture 2 of 17) Cambridge University

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Under the Microscope: Mouse embryo developing over time (Lecture 3 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video from, we see a mouse embryo developing. Erica Watson, Cambridge University, tells us that studying this pr...

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Under the Microscope: Creating 3D displays with liquid crystals (Lecture 4 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Tim Wilkinson is combining liquid crystals with nanotechnology to try and create 3D displays which would look like re...

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Under the Microscope: Daisy trick (Lecture 5 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Beverley Glover explains how a daisy is a collection of tiny flowers grouped together to make it look l...

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Under the Microscope: Killer T cell attacking cancer (Lecture 6 of 17) Cambridge University

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Under the Microscope: Stretchable electronics (Lecture 7 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Ingrid Graz shows us a thin layer of gold on top of rubber. Cracks in the gold allow it to stretch and...

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Under the Microscope: Nanowires (Lecture 16 of 17) Cambridge University

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Under the Microscope: Elephant fish embryo (Lecture 15 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Andrew Gillis explains how an elephant fish embryo lives off a large yellow yolk sack for 7 to 10 months before hatch...

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Under the Microscope: Under the Microscope - A serenade (Lecture 17 of 17) Cambridge University

In celebration of over a million views of our Under the Microscope videos we have put together this ambient audio visual...

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Under the Microscope: Mouse embryo developing over time (Lecture 3 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video from, we see a mouse embryo developing. Erica Watson, Cambridge University, tells us that studying this pr...

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Under the Microscope: Fruit fly foot and beetle antenna (Lecture 2 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Creating 3D displays with liquid crystals (Lecture 4 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Tim Wilkinson is combining liquid crystals with nanotechnology to try and create 3D displays which would look like re...

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Under the Microscope: How tiny eyes inspire technology (Lecture 1 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Daisy trick (Lecture 5 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Beverley Glover explains how a daisy is a collection of tiny flowers grouped together to make it look l...

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How Bacteria Cause Disease

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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques

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Under the Microscope: Under the Microscope - A serenade (Lecture 17 of 17) Cambridge University

In celebration of over a million views of our Under the Microscope videos we have put together this ambient audio visual...

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Under the Microscope: Nanowires (Lecture 16 of 17) Cambridge University

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Under the Microscope: Elephant fish embryo (Lecture 15 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Andrew Gillis explains how an elephant fish embryo lives off a large yellow yolk sack for 7 to 10 months before hatch...

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Under the Microscope: Fly brain and gut (Lecture 14 of 17) Cambridge University

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Under the Microscope: Tiny worm pellets (Lecture 13 of 17) Cambridge University

Matthew Kuo tells us how tiny worm faecal pellets affect how oil pipelines sit on the seabed. Cambridge University's...

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Under the Microscope: Brain cells from skin cells (Lecture 12 of 17) Cambridge University

This is a beautiful image of human brain cells, which can now be grown from adult skin cells. Cambridge University's...

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Under the Microscope: Liquid jets (Lecture 11 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Sungjune Jung shows us the fluid structures produced by the impact of two liquid jets. Cambridge Univer...

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Under the Microscope: Mouse tail skin (Lecture 10 of 17) Cambridge University

Here we can see the underside of mouse tail skin. Cambridge University's Under the Microscope is a collection of vid...

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Under the Microscope: Skate head (Lecture 9 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Andrew Gillis shows us an embryonic skate head and explains how the red denticles dotted all over it have very simila...

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Under the Microscope: Beetle embryo forming inside an egg (Lecture 8 of 17) Cambridge University

Matt Benton shows us nuclei moving inside a beetle egg as a beetle embryo forms. Cambridge University's Under the Mi...

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How Bacteria Cause Disease

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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques

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21st Century Bacterial Pneumonia: Old Habits and New Approaches

by Norman Rizk
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Under the Microscope: How tiny eyes inspire technology (Lecture 1 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Fruit fly foot and beetle antenna (Lecture 2 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Mouse embryo developing over time (Lecture 3 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video from, we see a mouse embryo developing. Erica Watson, Cambridge University, tells us that studying this pr...

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Under the Microscope: Creating 3D displays with liquid crystals (Lecture 4 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Tim Wilkinson is combining liquid crystals with nanotechnology to try and create 3D displays which would look like re...

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Views: 593
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Under the Microscope: Daisy trick (Lecture 5 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Beverley Glover explains how a daisy is a collection of tiny flowers grouped together to make it look l...

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Under the Microscope: Killer T cell attacking cancer (Lecture 6 of 17) Cambridge University

Cambridge University's Under the Microscope is a collection of videos that show glimpses of the natural and man-made...

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Under the Microscope: Stretchable electronics (Lecture 7 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Ingrid Graz shows us a thin layer of gold on top of rubber. Cracks in the gold allow it to stretch and...

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How Bacteria Cause Disease

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Views: 526
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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques

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Views: 516
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21st Century Bacterial Pneumonia: Old Habits and New Approaches

by Norman Rizk
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Views: 486
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Under the Microscope: How tiny eyes inspire technology (Lecture 1 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Views: 574
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Under the Microscope: Fruit fly foot and beetle antenna (Lecture 2 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Chris Forman shows us his incredible images of a fruit fly foot and beetle antenna. Under the Microscop...

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Under the Microscope: Mouse embryo developing over time (Lecture 3 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video from, we see a mouse embryo developing. Erica Watson, Cambridge University, tells us that studying this pr...

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Views: 601
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Under the Microscope: Creating 3D displays with liquid crystals (Lecture 4 of 17) Cambridge University

Dr Tim Wilkinson is combining liquid crystals with nanotechnology to try and create 3D displays which would look like re...

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Views: 593
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Under the Microscope: Daisy trick (Lecture 5 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Beverley Glover explains how a daisy is a collection of tiny flowers grouped together to make it look l...

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Views: 535
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Under the Microscope: Killer T cell attacking cancer (Lecture 6 of 17) Cambridge University

Cambridge University's Under the Microscope is a collection of videos that show glimpses of the natural and man-made...

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Views: 419
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Under the Microscope: Stretchable electronics (Lecture 7 of 17) Cambridge University

In this video Dr Ingrid Graz shows us a thin layer of gold on top of rubber. Cracks in the gold allow it to stretch and...

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