• Revitalise & Glow Serum: A Beauty Boost for All Skin Types | Aurelia Probiotic Skincare
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    Revitalise & Glow Serum: A Beauty Boost for All Skin Types | Aurelia Probiotic Skincare

    The Revitalise and Glow Serum from Aurelia Probiotic Skincare is our most potent anti-aging product. Containing the highest concentration of our probiotic, peptide and repair complexes. The extremely lightweight formulation absorbs instantly for a deeply nourishing, daily boost of hydration. The Revitalise and Glow Serum is lightweight enough to travel to the dermis layer of the skin, where it can deposit our three scientifically proven technologies and antioxidants where they are most needed. Our peptide complex boost collagen by 140% while hyaluronic acid is increased by 19 times natural levels. The high concentration of probiotics will calm inflammation in the skin resulting in a radiant, glowing complexion. Fragranced with a…

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    Why Do Paper Cuts Hurt So Much?

    You know the dreaded moment when you feel that familiar but nevertheless shocking surge of pain on your finger. You were just trying to mail a letter to your Great-Aunt Celia to thank her for the hand knitted mittens she sent you for Christmas, and then it happens. Your fingertip is searing in pain; it feels like a knife just sliced through your top few layers of skin. It’s such a small cut and barely even draws any blood, so why does it hurt so bad? Let’s delve into that on this episode of The Infographics Show, Why Do Paper Cuts Hurt So Bad? The dreadful paper cut is just…

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    I Watch 3 Episodes of Mind Field With Our Experts & Researchers

    (soft music) (eerie sound) – Hey Vsauce! Michael here. Every episode of Mind Field is now free to view all over the world, all 24 episodes, all three seasons. Whoa! It is really exciting. And it’s why I’ve invited you hear to Vsauce headquarters. Why watch Mind Field alone when you could watch it with me and some of the researchers, writers, scientists and teachers who are in the episodes who made Mind Field what it is? That’s right, we are about to have ourselves a Mind Field marathon. We are going to watch three episodes in their entirety, pausing throughout to talk more deeply about the concepts in the…

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    I Watch 3 Episodes of Mind Field With Our Experts & Researchers

    (soft music) (eerie sound) – Hey Vsauce! Michael here. Every episode of Mind Field is now free to view all over the world, all 24 episodes, all three seasons. Whoa! It is really exciting. And it’s why I’ve invited you hear to Vsauce headquarters. Why watch Mind Field alone when you could watch it with me and some of the researchers, writers, scientists and teachers who are in the episodes who made Mind Field what it is? That’s right, we are about to have ourselves a Mind Field marathon. We are going to watch three episodes in their entirety, pausing throughout to talk more deeply about the concepts in the…

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    What’s inside a Rattlesnake Rattle?

    (dramatic percussion music) – Welcome back to What’s Inside. I’m Lincoln, this is Dan. And today we’re at the Phoenix Zoo. – We came here because we wanted to see What’s Inside of a rattlesnake rattle. A lot of you guys have recommended that, and I thought, “That’s a really cool idea.” But before we just cut open a rattlesnake rattle, we gotta come to the zoo and see a bunch of snakes. (children laughing and yelling) ♫ Phoenix Zoo ♫ (dramatic percussion music) – My dad bought this rattlesnake rattle on Ebay from a guy in Texas. And we brought it here to compare. – [Dan] So here’s our…

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    What makes tattoos permanent? | #aumsum

    What makes tattoos permanent? Glue sticks. No. Our skin has three layers, epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. Epidermis sheds thousands of skin cells every day. Hence, when we get a tattoo. The tattoo needles which are coated with colored pigment. Are inserted through the epidermis into the dermis. Thus, preventing the tattoo pigment from getting shed away. However, it is mainly our body’s immune response which makes tattoos permanent. What? But how? The tattoo needles create wounds in the skin, activating the immune response. Immune cells like macrophages. Reach the wounded site and start to eat the small particles of colored pigment and clean the area. Bigger pigment particles that cannot…

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    Robots Can Have Skin Now | SciShow News

    [ ♪INTRO ] Robot designs have come a long way. But there’s one thing we haven’t been able to give our mechanical creations: skin. I mean, obviously we’ve been able to coat robots in plastics that look like skin — or, just enough like skin to be terrifying. But a sensitive outer layer that really acts like skin has remained out of reach… until now, apparently. Last week, scientists publishing in the journal Proceedings of the IEEE outlined how they made the first autonomous robot with full-body skin. Artificial skin is a holy grail of sorts for robotics because a better sense of touch could help robots in a lot…

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    Epigenetics – our bodies’ way to change the destiny written in our DNA | Moshe Szyf | TEDxBratislava

    Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Ellen Maloney So, it all came to life in a dark bar in Madrid, and as I was stepping into the bar, I encountered my colleague from McGill, Michael Meaney. And we’re drinking a few beers, and like scientists do, he told me about his work. He told me that he is interested in how mother rats lick their pups after they are born. And I was sitting there and saying, “This is where my tax dollars are wasted, (Laughter) on this kind of soft science.” But as the beer got more intense and the alcohol gets into the brain, you become more receptive, and he…

  • The amazing brains and morphing skin of octopuses and other cephalopods | Roger Hanlon
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    The amazing brains and morphing skin of octopuses and other cephalopods | Roger Hanlon

    This is a strange and wonderful brain, one that gives rise to an idea of a kind of alternative intelligence on this planet. This is a brain that is formed in a very strange body, one that has the equivalent of small satellite brains distributed throughout that body. How different is it from the human brain? Very different, so it seems, so much so that my colleagues and I are struggling to understand how that brain works. But what I can tell you for certain is that this brain is capable of some amazing things. So, who does this brain belong to? Well, join me for a little bit of…