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“Yo, you regulate it’s genes” The English makes me cringe, but I love the idea. Tom McFadden, an associate instructor at Stanford, has made a series of Biology rap videos and posted them on YouTube. Yo, check it out.

If you haven’t seen these, check out Jake Young’s collection of videos showing T cells getting infected by HIV. The best one is at the bottom of the post.

Teachertube looks and works much like YouTube, but you’re much less likely to run across videos that Not Safe For the Classroom. All of these videos are made by students and teachers. According to the Dallas News, there are 54,000 videos on the site already and 800,00 visitors every day. I especially enjoyed watching Abbot…

Sometimes words fail me. Luckily, we have videos. Many of you have probably read about Roger Tsien receiving the Nobel Prize this work for his work with the green fluorescent protein (GFP), but I bet some of you are wondering, why a jellyfish protein is worth a Noble Prize. I think one of the best…

David Ng from The World’s Fair has made this wonderful video on public speaking. Or shall we say the funnier side of public speaking? I really enjoyed it! I’d say Dave’s video ranks right up there with one of my other favories, the classic: “Chicken chicken chicken”

The Periodic Table of Videos from the University of Nottingham has 118 short YouTube clips about the elements. Wired Campus recommended the Sodium clip (below). I liked it, too. It’s not quite as funny as Mentos in Diet Coke, and but it’s still cute and the narrator has a haircut like Gene Wilder in Young…

Pfizer has pledged to donate up to $10,000 to the cause of science education, through Donorschoose.org, but only if enough of you, dear readers go to Big Think: Think Science Now and vote for your favorite video. If you’re not familiar with Pfizer, they’re a pretty well-known drug company. You probably read about one of…