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Why Scientists Are Cooking Ancient Pots Video

Why Scientists Are Cooking Ancient Pots

Unlocking the mysteries of ancient ceramics is a bit complicated. Radiometric dating tells us the age of the clay, but when was it first shaped by a human? We can find out by blasting
4 Body Parts Discovered in the Last 10 Years Video

4 Body Parts Discovered in the Last 10 Years

Did you know we are still discovering completely new pieces of our anatomies? Even in the last decade, we've found multiple new body parts, including some you can see with
The Insect That Thrives in Antarctica Video

The Insect That Thrives in Antarctica

It requires a certain attitude to brave the elements of Antarctica. Luckily, the Antarctic midge has a set of adaptations that fit the bill. Hosted by: Michael Aranda SciShow has
Pollinating With Bubbles and Some Other Good News You Might Have Missed Video

Pollinating With Bubbles and Some Other Good News You Might Have Missed

Go to http://Brilliant.org/SciShow to try their Calculus in a Nutshell course. The first 200 subscribers get 20% off an annual Premium subscription. We've found a microbe
The Protein That Switches on Puberty Video

The Protein That Switches on Puberty

Puberty is a wild time in human bodies, and so much goes on as they transform from a child to an adult. But it turns out, the whole process is controlled by a single protein –
How to Stop Cancer Using RNA Video

How to Stop Cancer Using RNA

This video was made in partnership with PancOne. They are hoping to raise $200,000 to better understand pancreatic cancer, accelerate diagnosis, explore new treatment options and
Why Scientists Want to Build a Shoebox-Sized Particle Accelerator Video

Why Scientists Want to Build a Shoebox-Sized Particle Accelerator

If you want to make particles move really fast, you have to build a particle accelerator that is really big, right? Not anymore! Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff podcast!
Thank Goodness for Bacterial Cannibalism Video

Thank Goodness for Bacterial Cannibalism

Some species of bacteria have a wicked survival strategy: killing members of their own species or a closely-related one. There’s a lot we don’t know about it, but it's
6 Animals Living Their Best Lives in Cities | Synurbic Species Video

6 Animals Living Their Best Lives in Cities | Synurbic Species

When humans build a city, most species in the area tend to disappear. But there are some, called synurbic species, that are living their best lives in our concrete jungles. Hosted
Nurseryfish Dads Give Their Young a Headstart… Literally Video

Nurseryfish Dads Give Their Young a Headstart… Literally

Happy Father's day! Today we're talking about the fintastic Nurseryfish, which is one of the best dads you can fish for. Thanks to Dr. Tim Berra for teaching us more
Finally, a Drug That Helps With the Worst COVID-19 Infections Video

Finally, a Drug That Helps With the Worst COVID-19 Infections

A bit of good news on the COVID-19 front this week: New research reveals a drug that might actually help save severely ill patients, and data suggests that distancing policies
How Birds Got (And Kept) Their Beaks Video

How Birds Got (And Kept) Their Beaks

Birds are known for having beaks, however at what point between being a humongous therapod and tiny sparrow did they get them, and why? Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff
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