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This is the artificial womb facility; a place where humans could be grown entirely from scratch! The devices you see here are called Growth Pods. Each growth Pod is designed to replicate the same conditions that exist inside the mother’s uterus. Growth pods are designed to host human foetuses until they are fully developed! These

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Thoughts on monitoring HRV for optimizing performance. I answered this in the last AMA and well actually I didn’t answer this exact question I answered a similar question. So yeah, monitor it with the Oura ring, I don’t have an Oura ring, I’ll probably get one, but that’s what I would use, and what I

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When I was a kid, I was, like many of you in this room, very much fascinated by Star Wars, and what fascinated me the most is this notion of the Force, this energy that connects all people and all objects and allows you to feel people that you can’t even see. And I remember

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>>Hello, and welcome to ThePenguinProf Channel! Today’s episode is going to be about understanding blood types, the ABO and Rh groups. There are so many misconceptions about blood typing. Oh my gosh, you can eat based on your blood type. Check this out – You can find your perfect match based on your blood type.

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Translator: Morton Bast Reviewer: Thu-Huong Ha I’m a gamer, so I like to have goals. I like special missions and secret objectives. So here’s my special mission for this talk: I’m going to try to increase the life span of every single person in this room by seven and a half minutes. Literally, you will

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In this video we will study about nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are basically biopolymers, which are made of monomeric units known as nuclotides. We have two important functions for nucleic acids, that is, they hold our genetic information and they perform a variety of other functions that we will discuss later. We have two important

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[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. There’s a global shortage of radiologists. According to the World Health Organization, 2/3 of the planet’s population, over 4 billion people, have insufficient access to radiology services. AI can help that. We developed a deep-learning algorithm, which we call CheXNet, to interpret chest X-ray images. That can take, as input, any

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The contents of this metal cylinder could either revolutionize technology or be completely useless— it all depends on whether we can harness the strange physics of matter at very, very small scales. To have even a chance of doing so, we have to control the environment precisely: the thick tabletop and legs guard against vibrations

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Last month we played a game called Bucket o’ Dreams, or Bucket o’ Ice Creams, and we met a pharmacy student that I could not forget. Take a look. Carli, where do you live? What you do? I live in Memphis, Tennessee, and then I’m a pharmacy student. I see. No money. No money at

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Let’s play a game. Imagine that you are in Las Vegas, in a casino, and you decide to play a game on one of the casino’s computers, just like you might play solitaire or chess. The computer can make moves in the game, just like a human player. This is a coin game. It starts

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