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Stanford Bio-X Videos

We videotape the lectures delivered at our Bio-X events: search by faculty or keyword, or browse below.

  • If you would like to view our Undergraduate Summer Research Program weekly faculty talks, they are available here: USRP Faculty Talks
  • If you would like to view lectures by Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grant Program awardees delivered at our symposia, they are available here: IIP Seed Grant Symposium Talks
  • Other videos featuring Stanford Bio-X affiliates' research can be found here: Additional Talks

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How Bacteria Get Into Shape

2010 USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Andreas Rauschecker - Neurosciences, Medical Sciences Training Program
Seeing Words: Information Routes in the Brain

2010 Fellows Symposium - June 18, 2010

Edith Arnold - Mechanical Engineering
Simulation of Human Gait to Examine Muscle Structure and Function

2010 Fellows Symposium - June 18, 2010

Prasheel Lillaney - Bioengineering
Development of a Hybrid X-Ray/MR System for Interventional Imaging

2010 Fellows Symposium - June 18, 2010

Saving the Cheerleader, Saving the World: What Can Regenerative Medicine Really Achieve?

2010 USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 16, 2010

3-D Digital Anatomy

2010 USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Deborah Gordon, Professor of Biology - Stanford University
Invasive Species, Evolution, and the Ants in Your Kitchen

UnNatural Evolution Symposium - February 26, 2010

Vicki Chandler, Chief Program Officer of Science - Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Epigenetic Gene Silencing Across Generations

UnNatural Evolution Symposium - February 26, 2010

Donald "Don" Kennedy, President (Emeritus) - Stanford University
Closing Remarks

UnNatural Evolution Symposium - February 26, 2010

Cracking the Neural Code - Bio-X NeuroVentures Program at Stanford

August 27, 2009

Featuring the work of Clark Center faculty members Karl Deisseroth and Mark Schnitzer, supported by a Bio-X NeuroVentures grant.

From treating depression and Alzheimer's to decoding how thinking and emotions work, Stanford researchers are starting to "crack the code" for how the nervous system creates our mental lives.

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