Introduction to Force and Motion
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What Is a One Part Per Million Solution?
Water that looks clean and clear still may contain many different types of chemical and biological materials. However, some types of water contaminants are harmful to human health. The concentration of many of these substances usually is measured in parts per million, or even in parts per billion. This lesson helps students visualize what one part per million means.
In the Lab with Daphnia
It can be challenging to teach students best practices for working with solutions, slides and microorganisms. Tips and techniques offered in this presentation, focused on working with Daphnia, can help ensure the best learning experience for your students.
Saving Baby Elephants from a Lethal Virus (EEHV)
Paul D. Ling, Ph.D., a microbiologist at Baylor College of Medicine, is a leading global expert on Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus (EEHV), a disease that is killing baby Asian elephants. Join him as he discusses the virus, key discoveries, and a treatment protocol developed by his research team which keeps the elephants alive.