we are modified fish a history of human evolution hhmi biointeractive video
We Are Modified Fish: A History of Human Evolution — HHMI BioInteractive Video
In the distant past, all mammals shared a common ancestor: the fish. Discover the clues to your fishy past and how human brain evolution began. Explore our evolutionary history i ...
We Are Modified Fish: A Histo...
you have reptile bones in your ears hhmi biointeractive video
You Have Reptile Bones in Your Ears! — HHMI BioInteractive Video
Do we have anything in common with lizards? Fossil evidence shows that we hear with the bones reptiles eat with. Explore human evolution and anatomy in this science video perfect f ...
You Have Reptile Bones in You...
convergent evolution of lizards hhmi biointeractive video
Convergent Evolution of Lizards — HHMI BioInteractive Video
Species of anole lizards with similar body types and adaptations have evolved again and again on each of the four larger Caribbean islands: Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cuba, and Hispanio ...
Convergent Evolution of Lizar...
the origins of human color vision hhmi biointeractive video
The Origins of Human Color Vision — HHMI BioInteractive Video
Why do humans see in color? Around 23 million years ago, our primate ancestors were red-green colorblind. Neil Shubin asks color vision expert Jay Neitz how color vision evolved. T ...
The Origins of Human Color Vi...
lizard olympics natural selection hhmi biointeractive video
Lizard Olympics: Natural Selection — HHMI BioInteractive Video
The game of natural selection is afoot in anole lizards. Can long-legged anoles outrun short-legged twig anoles? Differences in physical traits such as leg length, tail length, and ...
Lizard Olympics: Natural Sele...
stone tools and the evolution of human behaviour
Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Behaviour
Bones, Stones, and Genes: The Origin of Modern Humans. Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Behaviour The third lecture of the Holiday Lectures on Science 2011 series by Howard H ...
Stone Tools and the Evolution...
the making of the fittest natural selection and adaptation
The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection and Adaptation
This HHMI video shows living of the the rock pocket mouse as an a example of Darwin's process of natural selection. Not only is evolution happening right now everywhere around us, ...
The Making of the Fittest: Na...
your 500 million year old brain hhmi biointeractive video
Your 500-Million-Year-Old Brain — HHMI BioInteractive Video
The genetic roots of our brains can be seen in the amphioxus, a modern relative of 500-million-year-old creatures. These small eel-like animals teach us about brain evolution. Th ...
Your 500-Million-Year-Old Bra...
the fossil history of the human hand hhmi biointeractive video
The Fossil History of the Human Hand — HHMI BioInteractive Video
The structure of the human hand is remarkable and complex, and vastly different from those of our closest evolutionary ancestors. Our opposable thumb is what sets us apart. In thi ...
The Fossil History of the Hum...
la biologi a del color de la piel   hhmi biointeractive video
La Biología del Color de la Piel | HHMI BioInteractive Video
La antropóloga Dra. Nina Jablonski de la Universidad Penn State nos cuenta cuál es la evidencia de que las diferentes tonalidades de piel en poblaciones humanas son el resultado de ...
La Biología del Color de la ...
harmit malik fhcrc hhmi part 1 molecular arms races host evolution
Harmit Malik (FHCRC/HHMI) Part 1: Molecular arms races - Host evolution
http://www.ibioseminars.org/lectures/dev-bio-a-evolution/harmit-malik.html Malik explains that viruses and their human hosts are constantly undergoing an evolutionary arms race. In ...
Harmit Malik (FHCRC/HHMI) Par...
hhmi educator tips lizards in an evolutionary tree
HHMI Educator Tips -- Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree
Bob Kuhn describes how he uses BioInteractive resources to teach speciation to his students. The short film "Lizards in an Evolutionary Tree" introduces students to how new species ...
HHMI Educator Tips -- Lizards...
reproductive isolation and speciation in lizards hhmi biointeractive video
Reproductive Isolation and Speciation in Lizards — HHMI BioInteractive Video
How are speciation and reproductive isolation related? This compelling and fast-paced educational video explores the roles of geographic isolation, reproductive isolation, and adap ...
Reproductive Isolation and Sp...
your aching back hhmi biointeractive video
Your Aching Back — HHMI BioInteractive Video
You may have your ancient ancestors to thank for your back pain. This classroom-ready video shows how back pain is a result of our connection to ancient primates. Explore the timel ...
Your Aching Back — HHMI BioIn...
the life of alfred russel wallace hhmi biointeractive video
The Life of Alfred Russel Wallace — HHMI BioInteractive Video
Entertain your science classroom with a paper-cut animation video tracking the theory of evolution as formulated by Alfred Russel Wallace. Wallace independently formulated his theo ...
The Life of Alfred Russel Wal...
the biology of skin color hhmi biointeractive video
The Biology of Skin Color — HHMI BioInteractive Video
Penn State University anthropologist Dr. Nina Jablonski explains how different shades of skin color arose as adaptations to the intensity of ultraviolet radiation in different part ...
The Biology of Skin Color — H...
selection for tuskless elephants   hhmi biointeractive video
Selection for Tuskless Elephants | HHMI BioInteractive Video
Working in Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique, Dr. Joyce Poole and colleagues make a striking observation: many female elephants lack tusks. Most African elephants have tusks ...
Selection for Tuskless Elepha...
julie theriot stanford hhmi 3 evolution of a dynamic cytoskeleton
Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI) 3: Evolution of a Dynamic Cytoskeleton
http://www.ibiology.org/ibioseminars/cell-biology/julie-theriot-part-3.html In Part 1 of her talk, Dr. Theriot explains how tiny, nanometer sized actin molecules can self-assemble ...
Julie Theriot (Stanford, HHMI...
the origin of flight what use is half a wing   hhmi biointeractive video
The Origin of Flight--What Use is Half a Wing? | HHMI BioInteractive Video
Biologist Ken Dial's study of how young birds use their developing wings sheds light on the evolution of flight in birds. At the University of Montana’s Flight Lab, Ken Dial has b ...
The Origin of Flight--What Us...
tim white on the intersection of anthropology and paleontology hhmi biointeractive video
Tim White on the Intersection of Anthropology and Paleontology— HHMI BioInteractive Video
Paleoanthropologist Tim White discusses how his team unearthed the fossil of Ardipithecus ramidus, an early hominid that lived about 4.4 million years ago. In this classroom-ready ...
Tim White on the Intersection...