Importance for Human Physiology
1st one here
Alex where where the interviews done? space center?
in parts of the video the background music is a bit too high especially at the end where you talk.
Nice work! Like a well-edited NOVA segment
I USED TO BE A BANKER BUT BOY I LOST INTEREST.SO IM GOING TO NASA
It was rather hard to hear you well on this, had to turn the audio up a lot. But that also made the background music distractingly loud. Otherwise great video though!
Ha. 20 seconds in I was thinking, this sounds like something Destin would do…
Your video is so interesting and inspiering! Thank you!
First, well done, Alex! You brought your smarts and enthusiasm to NASA and brought back a great nugget of current science for us to see and learn from. Second, holy moly! That wee sequencer makes me think we are this close to having tricorders! 🙂
Centrifuge? Nah, we've got a hand drill.
The odds that life that formed elsewhere would have the same DNA as Earth life is probably pretty slim. I hope NASA has people who know better. It sounds like marketing to say this will be useful for detecting new life.
Appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well. GREAT VIDEO. I seriously like this new sort of content. Video was brilliantly explained and executed. Hope you will continue this. 🙂
This was so cool!
Your best video IMHO, loved it.
Alex!! This was such an amazing and educational video, thank you very much!
i really don't get how your videos don't go viral all the time
Neat ok I'll just 🐝in touch 😊👍
This was really cool. I did not know such tiny DNA-sequencers existed!
A friggin astronaut!!??!! Wow, cool video Alex!
Is that buffer just the ubiquitous PBS? Also, One of those little sequencers cost $900 USD for those who are curious.
Very high quality content and extremely fun to watch! Keep up the solid work!
Cool to see that Deswtin from Smarter Every Day got to help you a bit with this one!
IMO the quality of your videos has really gone up in the past couple of months. Not sure what you're doing differently, just keep doing it.
What a great video; I knew some of this information but seeing the equipment and the one-on-one with Rubins was Amazing!
This is literally the coolest thing I have seen!!!
Very interesting and well done!
Great Video! its so cool you got to visit NASA and geek out about genetics in space! Thanks for making a video about a part of NASA people dont ussually consider!
BRAINS, Brains, brains, and super model looks. Wow! Great presentation!!!!!
This was awesome – wish it was longer
It is amazing how far sequencing has come in a relatively few years. Having done sequencing by hand using radioactive nucleotides and dideoxy reactions to a machine that will fit in your pocket. Wow.
Man, that Nanopore Sequencer is extremely impressive. I like the goal of looking for life in space with the sequencer, but I am curious to know if it is also accurate with RNA. Since there may lie the possibility that organisms may be using RNA as their library instead of DNA.
Cool video, Alex! =D
THIS IS SOOOOOO COOL!!!!!!!!! THANKS SO MUCH
I l never would have guessed that a pipette generates enough force to push a person back in micro-gravity. That sounds crazy to an Earth-bound guy like me. Great video, Alex!
I am chem phd student!! After spending one year in phd course and changed my experiment topic, I was so sad. I saw all the other graduate student or law school student who looked so fancy that can work at home, I felt like I am the only one who are always in lab wearing comfy jeans and T-shirts every single day. And I found your science/lab vlog and it just made me so happy that there are other people just like me. Science grad school is so hard. I want to see all the day in your life as phd student like looking at paper for every single day and make ppt for meeting and doing lab, writing protocols and making the data fancy with Origin. HaHa 🙂
You kept referencing me and a potato. Why the redundancy? 😛
You are officially my new hero, glad your channel got a promotional boost from the Creator Academy #creatordiscovery
Just got to know your channel through YouTube Creators. Loving it.
Amazing to see new high quality videos within science! #NewSub
Are people with synesthesia always cute?
This is great, we do a lot of science for kids videos. Love seeing a woman sharing their love of science!
Great–but would aliens use DNA?
just check out your channel through YouTube Creators it was very interested 🙂
The space part!👩🔧🤔? While this all was working out going 17,500 mph280 miles high I'd hoped to send all sorts of helpful research data I could Possibly send all the while I thinkAt one point I was blowing bubbles With my saliva😳🌎💫😁👍🌬💦fast as in 7 times faster than a rifle Bullet he heee awesome Ty Mrs. Kathleen
This video is amazing! Great work!
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