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Neil Davies: “Biocode: The New Age of Genomics” | Authors at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Today with us is Neil Davies, who co-authored the book “Biocode.” The living world runs on genomics software. Genomes can now be sequenced rapidly and increasingly cheaply. The genomes of large numbers of organisms, from mammals to microbes, have been mapped. Getting your genome sequenced is becoming affordable for many. The ability to […]

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Anatomy & physiology of the circulatory system (heart)

[Osmosis sound logo] The circulatory system is also called the cardiovascular system, where cardio- refers to the heart and vascular refers to the blood vessels. So these are two key parts: the heart –which pumps blood– and the blood vessels –which carry blood to the body and return it back to the heart again. Ultimately, […]

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Nitrogen & Phosphorus Cycles: Always Recycle! Part 2 – Crash Course Ecology #9

There’s nothing quite so terrible as needing something that’s sitting right in front of you but not being able to get it. Like say you’re on a lifeboat in the ocean and you’re super thirsty, and there’s 300,000,000 cubic miles of water sitting right in front of you, but you can’t drink any of it. […]

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Does Training to FAILURE Improve Muscle Gains? (New Science)

Training to failure is something that’s brought up time and time again when talking about strategies to maximize them muscle gainz and strength. After all, going to failure means giving it your best effort, which one would assume would give the best results. In my video on training to failure a few years back, however, […]

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