Videos
Mardis on the Future of Clinical Genomics
Mardis on the Future of Clinical Genomics
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
Meet researcher Elaine Mardis of the Institute for Genomic Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio and coauthor of a feature article on cancer vaccines.
Topol on Deep Medicine
Topol on Deep Medicine
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
Reading Frames author Eric Topol, founder and director of Scripps Research Translational Institute and Reading Frames author, discusses the future of the doctor-patient bond in an era of artificial intelligence–driven medicine.
Orkin on Childhood Cancer
Orkin on Childhood Cancer
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
This month’s Profilee, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researcher Stuart Orkin, talks about treating kids with cancer and other blood disorders.
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The Tissue Chips in Space Program
The Scientist Staff | Jun 28, 2019
After the launch of four tissue-mimicking microfluidic devices into space, Lucie Low of NIH/NCATS discusses what they could tell us about human health in this Facebook Live.
A Toolmaker
A Toolmaker
The Scientist Staff | Jun 1, 2019
Meet the University of Toronto’s Yu Sun, whose work developing magnetic tweezers is featured in our Modus Operandi column.
Knight on the Microbiome
Knight on the Microbiome
The Scientist Staff | Jun 1, 2019
See the University of California, San Diego’s Rob Knight give a TED Talk on the emerging importance of our microbial hitchhikers.
Microbial Motors
Microbial Motors
The Scientist Staff | Jun 1, 2019
Watch a type IV pilus, which powers some bacterial species' movement, in action.
Murphy on AI for Biology
Murphy on AI for Biology
The Scientist Staff | May 1, 2019
See Robert Murphy of Carnegie Mellon University discuss the revolutionary application of machine learning to biomedical research.
A Window on Memory
A Window on Memory
The Scientist Staff | May 1, 2019
Watch Princeton University’s Nicholas Turk-Browne describe his research on how the human brain makes, stores, and adjusts memories.
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Diseased Duck
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2019
Watch the video, which shows a duck infected with H5N1 and showing signs of Parkinson's disease, that inspired Thomas Jefferson University researcher Richard Smeyne to explore the connection between viral infection and neurodegeneration.