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Micronauts and Beyond

Dr. Biology and Ask A Biologist co-hosts, Stephanie Galindo, Anthony Delgado and Raenesha Willis explore the microscopic world with biologist Page Baluch. Listen in as they talk about their visit to the W. M. Keck Bioimaging Laboratory.

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Topic Time
Intro 00:00
How many microscopes are there? [Raenesha] 02:00
Electron microscopes [Dr. Biology] 03:10
How many bugs do you find in a flower? [Stephanie] 04:14
How did you become interested in this work? [Raenesha] 04:58
Do your kids want to work in science? [Raenesha] 05:42
What is the ugliest bug you have ever seen? [Stephanie] 06:30
Do bugs have skeletons? [Stephanie] 07:09
What are your favorite bugs - Dr. Biology asks students. 07:37
What is most interesting thing you saw in a microscope? [Anthony] 08:54
What is your favorite microscope? [Stephanie] 09:46
Is the microscope you can see 3D with? [Raenesha] 10:26
Can you see blood cells in a microscope? [Anthony] 10:50
What is your favorite flower? [Stephanie] 11:26
What do germs look like when the come out of the faucet? [Anthony] 12:15
Three common shapes of bacteria. 12:56
Do the germs freak you out sometimes? [Raenesha] 13:16
Three questions - When did you first know you wanted to be a biologist? [Anthony] 15:14
If you were not a scientist what would you be? [Raenesha] 15:56
What advise would you have for a young scientist like me? [Stephanie] 16:31
What did you like best about your visit to ASU? [Dr. Biology] 18:36
Sign off  - Zoom Gallery 19:19

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Micronauts and Beyond

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