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CSP: Earth and Resource Science

CSP Revisit: Earth and Resource Science 00:00 – Intro03:15 – Why this topic?05:00 – News13:00 – Facts18:30 – What are Earth and Resource sciences25:00 – Dymaxion houses37:00 – Antarctic Circimpolar Current47:30 – World affairs debate / rant56:45 – Biofouling1:03:15 – Ending and Outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by using the player above, searching for “The Conduct

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CSP: Migration

CSP Revisit: Migration 00:00 – Intro02:50 – Netflix shows to watch07:15 – News17:00 – Facts23:45 – What is migration25:10 – Types of migration39:55 – How animals navigate53:45 – How animals sleep on the move?!1:01:00 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by using the player above, searching for “The Conduct Science Podcast” on any place

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CSP Revisit: Senses

CSP Revisit: Senses 00:00 – Intro06:00 – Synaesthesia tangent09:20 – News15:00 – Facts28:00 – The Senses37:23 – Predicting the future44:45 – How the brain processes senses52:05 – Smell and diet55:00 – AI with human senses1:02:00 – Ending and Outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by using the player above, searching for “The Conduct Science Podcast” on any

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CSP Revisit: Human Evolution

CSP Revisit: Human Evolution 00:00 – Intro 06:00 – News 16:00 – Facts 22:00 – What is evolution 32:00 – New human arteries and human evolution 42:30 – Human evolutionary leftovers 52:45 – Human evolution on Mars 56:00 – Mitch’s new tech 1:00:00 – Why we have grandparents 1:03:00 – Ending and Outro You can listen to The Conduct Science

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CSP Revisit: Time

CSP Revisit: Time 00:00 – Introduction 03:10 – Announcement 03:50 – News 15:15 – Facts 17:00 – Is OUR time slowing down? 27:25 – What is time? 33:30 – Relativity and spacetime 44:50 – Leap seconds 52:15 – Gravitational time dilation 1:05:00 – Ending and outro You can listen to The Conduct Science Podcast by using the player above, searching for

Biomolecules
Biomolecules

Structure, Classification, and Functions of Carbohydrates

Introduction Living organisms require biomolecules for several biological processes like energy storage and regulation of their metabolic cycles. Among all, carbohydrates, nucleic acids, lipids, and proteins are the four major biomolecules (or macromolecules) that are mainly involved in these biological processes. The functions of carbohydrates are essential for life in all organisms, from microorganisms to plants and humans. They are

Membranes
Membranes

Active Transport: Definition, Types, and Examples

Introduction The membrane’s ability to control the transport of materials across the membrane is one of the essential life processes in organisms. The membrane determines what solutes shall enter or leave the cell, which involves complex structures functioning in the transfer of molecules across the membrane. And any mutation or malfunction in this transport mechanism leads to severe life-threatening diseases.

Enzymology
Enzymology

Site-Directed Mutagenesis: Methods and Applications

Site-directed mutagenesis is a technique conceived in the 70s used to mutate specific DNA sequences in vitro. It relies on synthetic short single-stranded DNA fragments, or oligonucleotides, that contain designated mutations to act as templates in the presence of DNA polymerase enzyme. In the late 80s, Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR), another laboratory technique, was incorporated into site-directed mutagenesis workflow. The

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Scientists Discover Physiological Link Between Glial Cells and ’Second Brain’

Glial cells have long been a mystery for neuroscientists. Unlike neurons, they do not transmit electrical impulses, making it hard for researchers to track their activity. It was speculated that they are just a form of support system for the neural network. However, recent research on stomach neurons reveals a different side to glial cells. Why The Stomach? The stomach

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Cancer Survivors Suffer Long Term Symptoms After Being Cured

When doctors look after cancer survivors, they are mostly screening for metastasis or a recurrence of cancer. However, mounting evidence suggests survivors often suffer from cancer treatment-related issues even though they are cured of the disease. What issues are these? And how can we help cancer survivors have a better quality of life? Cancer Survivors and Long-Term Side Effects