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What’s the right way to wash your hands?

...vs. virus: A battle for health, Immunity and Vaccines Explained, and How Far Do Sneezes and Vomit Travel? Bonus: Subvisual Subway – The Art of New York City’s Bacterial World,...

How is cheese made by hand?

How is cheese made? Tasty’s Made by Hand series goes behind the scenes at Beecher’s Handmade Cheese in New York City to find out. Cheesemaker Liz Stork is...

What do sand dollars look like when they’re alive?

Pristine white sand dollars have long been the souvenir to commemorate a successful day at the beach. But most people who pick them up don’t realize that they’ve...

Planet-changing ‘invisible’ microbes on the deep sea floor

...family, unknown to science” that farms its own food, seep bacteria, on its claws. See them in action here: Learn more about the DSV Alvin submersible....

Which life form really dominates Earth?

...What is biomass? And what life forms dominate the rest of the planet? Chickens? Ants? Fungi? Bacteria? Dr. Joe Hanson from It’s Okay to Be Smart explores which life form...

Fabulous Food Chains and The Dirt on Decomposers

...flows, through an ecosystem and how that movement forms Food Chains! Then get The Dirt on Decomposers. Dig into how worms, insects, slugs, snails, fungi, and bacteria eat detritus,...

What causes body odor?

Most of us don’t need more than one whiff to identify that generally unpleasant, characteristic smell we call body odor. But it’s a surprisingly complex phenomenon, influenced by...

Learning from leaves: Going green with artificial photosynthesis

Releasing too much carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, thanks to the burning of fossil fuels, isn’t a good thing. But what if leaves can provide some ideas for...

Why isn’t the world covered in poop?

Each day, the animal kingdom produces roughly enough poop to match the volume of water pouring over Victoria Falls. So why isn’t the planet covered in the stuff?...

The Science of Skin

Between you and the rest of the world lies an interface that makes up 16% of your physical weight. This is your skin, the largest organ in your...

Transforming Human Poop Into Eco-Friendly Fertilizer

...Sasha] Kramer… The activity heats the compost to about 160 degrees Fahrenheit (71 degrees Celsius). This kills any disease-causing bacteria, which are adapted to the average human body temperature of...

Is Your Fleece Jacket Polluting The Oceans?

...microplastics pollution problem and offers some potential solutions—materials that don’t shed, better filtering systems, and even methane-eating bacteria that produce biodegradable bio-polyester fibers—for fixing it. Related videos: Turning plastic bottles...

The Link Between Japanese Samurai and Real Indigo

...worn under the armor of samurais to help keep bacteria from wounds. Today, five farmers keep the tradition of growing indigo alive in Tokushima, Japan. Great Big Story shares...

How does your immune system work?

...billions of bacteria, viruses, and toxins that could make something as minor as a paper cut or a seasonal cold fatal. So how does it work? Phagocytes! Lymphocytes! Yay, Leukocytes!...

Why Do These Monkeys Have Such Outrageous Noses?

...a resonating chamber for their mating calls, helping them to attract a mate, and their multichambered stomachs have colonies of bacteria that help them digest toxic leaves. Biologist Patrick Ayree...

Powered by Poop at the Straus Family Creamery

...transformed by bacteria, through the process of anaerobic digestion. The result of this sustainable practice is renewable energy in the form of methane gas, carbon dioxide and a small amount...

How Mozzarella Is Made

...the milk of the Italian Mediterranean buffalo. A whey starter is added from the previous batch that contains thermophilic bacteria, and the milk is left to ripen so the bacteria...

Simplified blower and furnace experiments – Primitive Technology

...He then tests it with three charcoal-fired pottery experiments. Some details from his notes: The first pot was painted with iron bacteria (iron oxide being the active ingredient). When...

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