Scientiflix is an independent curation project by JakeLsewhere, featuring insightful and informative videos from all areas of the sciences and humanities. If there are any freely available programs or shows which you know of that I missed, please let me know about them.
Crystal Dilworth explains why doing science is only the first part of the job. You’ve got to communicate it, too.
Crystal Dilworth recently completed her Ph.D. in Molecular Neuroscience at Cal Tech. Her research has focused on the molecular basis for nicotine dependence. An accomplished life-long dancer, Crystal now choreographs Cal Tech’s musical productions. That’s right, she teaches other scientists to dance… and they’re good!
Technology is changing, and more and more people are communicating with emoticons. But are these emoticons changing our brains? Anthony reports on an interesting new study that shows how we’re starting to perceive emoticons as real facial expressions.
Do low views on YouTube mean you’re a bad filmmaker?
Why is it that sometimes you just can’t get views on Youtube? What is it that makes a video go viral? If you get a lot of views, does it mean you’re a good filmmaker? Gosh, what filmmaking you-tuber hasn’t thought of these questions as they browse around. This is a bit of a side-tracked thought here, but I wanted to share it. It comes with some great news from Haley and I. Hope you enjoy, and please comment, subscribe and share!