As the childhood song goes, "If you're happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it," but do you ever truly wonder why you're happy? Have you thought about where our emotions come from and why they make us feel the way we do? A panel of Harvard faculty members whose research sheds light on the range of human emotion will explore the science behind the smiles and tears during this March 20, 2012, seminar. Learn more about the L...more
Review of dental anatomy for the Northeast Regional Board Examination. Orig. air date: FEB 1 87
Primary dentition anatomy review . Orig. air date: MAY 31 74
The anatomical landmarks of the external carotid artery, including the retrostyloid region using a human cadaver. Orig. air date: JUL 1 74
UM instructional video on creating impressions and temporary restorations.
Reliable records of influenza, dating back to the 1700s, suggest a pattern of one major pandemic every century. Among the pandemics for which there is solid documentary evidence, the outbreak of 1918-1920 is by far the greatest. The so-called Spanish Lady caused somewhere between 25 and 100 million deaths worldwide. It is distinctive both for its high mortality rate, in comparison to other flu pandemics, and for its unusual demographic eff...more
August 31, 2006 presentation by Julie Baker and Hank Greely for the Stanford University Office of Science Outreach's Summer Science Lecture Series. Julie Baker, Assistant Professor of Genetics and Hank Greely, Professor of Law and Genetics discuss human embryonic stem cells, one of the most promising, most complicated and most controversial areas of contemporary biomedical research.
The gross anatomy and dissection of the contour and surface features of facial skeleton on a human cadaver. Part 2 of 5 Orig. air date: OCT 29 75