The Story of the Human Bodyby Daniel Lieberman
Darwin and Evolutionby Michael T. Ghiselin
Chemistry and the Enlightenmentby Ian Jackson
A Briefer History of Timeby Stephen Hawking
The Pleasure of Finding Things Outby Richard P. Feynman
The Biology of Beliefby Bruce Lipton
Basic Human Anatomyby John K. Young
Psychosomatic Wellnessby Candace Pert
The Fieldby Lynne McTaggart
A Brief History of Everythingby Ken Wilber
An introduction to probability, emphasizing concepts and applications. Conditional expectation, independence, laws of large numbers.
Learn about your body with this lecture delivered by Professor John K. Young on the axial skeleton of the human. Professor Young starts the lecture with some definitions of basic human anatomy terms.
Anatomy and Physiology Lectures - This is the second semester of a year-long series from the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN.
Is creation a viable model of origins in today's modern, scientific era?
What is nanotechnology? Will it change the world, as some have promised? What's all this about molecular machines in our blood?
Introduction to the elements of human physiology and the functioning of the various organ systems. The course presents a broad, yet detailed, analysis of human physiology, with particular emphasis towards understanding disease processes.
Science Friday, as heard on NPR, is a weekly discussion of the latest news in science, technology, health, and the environment hosted by Ira Flatow.
The structures that lie beneath our skin represent a remarkable and beautiful assortment of biological machines essential for our lives. Often, however, we take these structures for granted; it is only when we become ill that we wonder how the body functions and what has gone wrong.
Science, pop culture & comedy collide on StarTalk w/ astrophysicist & Hayden Planetarium director Neil deGrasse Tyson, comic co-hosts, celebrities & scientists.
Introduction to electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves, optics, and modern physics.