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Blood, Rats and Anticoagulants: The Story of Warfarin

The history of Warfarin is a surprisingly bloody one. Find out how this anticoagulant drug went from cow-killer to life-saver in this Nature Video animation. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on March 13, 2018...

March 16, 2018 — Nature Video

Axolotl: Saving a Strange Salamander

Axolotls are used to study cancer development and organ regeneration, but their numbers in the wild are dwindling. Conserving wild salamanders could be vital for research—and the future of this special species.  This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on November 24, 2017...

November 29, 2017 — Nature Video

Smooth Surfaces Are a Bat Blind Spot

Glass and metal surfaces temporarily "blind" a bat by bouncing sound waves in the wrong direction, which sometimes results in a collision. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on September 7, 2017...

September 7, 2017 — Nature Video

Science in a Moon Shadow

The rare spectacle of a total solar eclipse has given scientists throughout history fleeting opportunities to delve into everything from the sun’s chemistry to Einsteinian relativity to Earth’s place in the solar system...

August 16, 2017 — Nature Video

Printing Glass

A new technique lets 3D printers create objects made of glass, which has optical and material advantages over traditional polymer. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on April 19, 2017...

April 19, 2017 — Nature Video

Why I Love AI

Artificial Intelligence has the potential to show us new ways to think about the natural world

February 21, 2017 — Caleb A. Scharf

Senate Seat Races That Could Impact Science

In these final days before the 2016 election keep an eye on Maryland, New Hampshire and Missouri, where contested seats may have ramifications for science in the U.S. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on October 29, 2016...

October 31, 2016 — Nature Video

Monkeys Can Make Stone Tools, Too

When these monkeys bang rocks together, they make stone flakes that resemble those archaeologists believe humans made two million to three million years ago. This video was reproduced with permission and was first published on October 19, 2016...

October 21, 2016 — Nature Video

Soft Robots

Inspired by the the octopus, engineers are creating robots that can twist their way around problems that rigid robots can’t handle. This article was reproduced with permission and was first published on February 3, 2016...

February 4, 2016 — Nature Video
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