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Instructional Presentations

Interactive presentation from the New England Journal of Medicine: Ebola Virus Disease - Current Knowledge (September 25, 2014). Includes current timeline, history of outbreaks, viral lifecycle, and viral structure.

Ebola Virus Disease — Current Knowledge — NEJM

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Click-through presentation from the Wall Street Journal: Treating Ebola: By the Numbers

Treating Ebola: By the Numbers

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Washington Post click-through presentation: Ebola's catastrophic effect on the body

Ebola’s catastrophic effect on the body

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Mutations: The Potential Power of a Small Change. Mutations are fascinating occurrences. Deleting a single base or inserting a new one has the potential to create great change. The Amoeba Sisters will discuss the types of gene and chromosome mutations and also explain how mutations can occur. As a real world example, they'll talk about sickle cell anemia and the remarkable difference between having sickle cell anemia and only being a carrier.

Chalk Talk: Electromagnetic Spectrum - YouTube

The Aurora Borealis Explained in Five Minutes - YouTube

If we can't get a star into the science lab, how can we study it? How do we Study Stars?

How do we study the stars? - Yuan-Sen Ting

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