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Lec 92 - Invaders in Action: Ovarian Cancer Cells Bully Their Way Through Tissue

Lec 92 - Invaders in Action: Ovarian Cancer Cells Bully Their Way Through Tissue. A team led by Joan Brugge, the Louise Foote Pfeiffer Professor of Cell Biology at Harvard Medical School, recently shed light on how ovarian cancer spreads. In a paper published in June 2011 in the journal Cancer Discovery, Brugge and colleagues found that ovarian cancer cells act like bullies, using brute force to plow their way through tissue and colonize additional organs.

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Lec 12 - The Science of Cooking

Lec 13 - Science and Cooking: A Dialogue | Lecture 1 (2010)

Lec 14 - Integrating long-term experiments & measurements - Harvard Forest

Lec 15 - Stream biogeochemistry - Harvard Forest - Science video

Lec 16 - Fluxes between the forest & atmosphere - Harvard Forest

Lec 17 - The water cycle and real-time data - Harvard Forest

Lec 18 - Discussion of Emerging Directions - Harvard Forest

Lec 19 - The past and future of future scenarios in LTER - Harvard Forest

Lec 20 - Integrating boundary-spanning efforts into long-term ecological research - Harvard Forest

Lec 21 - Landowner conservation awareness, and information exchange and decision making - Harvard Forest

Lec 22 - Exploring the influence of land use policy on forest cover and land conservation - Harvard Forest

Lec 23 - Boston ULTRA-Ex: Metabolism across urban-to-rural gradients - Harvard Forest

Lec 24 - Human Health and Global Change - Harvard Forest

Lec 25 - Vegetation response to episodic disturbance - Harvard Forest

Lec 26 - Assessing the changing effects of moose and deer browsing on forest ecosystems - Harvard Forest

Lec 27 - Foundation tree species loss - Harvard Forest

Lec 28 - Microbial Ecology at Harvard Forest - Harvard Forest

Lec 29 - Opening Remarks at the 22nd Annual Harvard Forest Ecology Symposium - Harvard Forest

Lec 30 - The Forum at HSPH: Mammograms: Who in the World are they Good For?

Lec 31 - From Biopolymer Translocation to Hemodynamics: New Challenges in Multiscale Computing

Lec 32 - Medical Imaging Computing: From Data to Understanding

Lec 33 - Mapping the Human Genome: Ten Years After

Lec 34 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Theoretical Background Part II

Lec 35 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Theoretical Background Part I

Lec 36 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics II: Examples/Applications Part I

Lec 37 - Brain Science & Society: Thinking about the Future

Lec 38 - Creative Ceilings | Lecture 12 (2010)

Lec 39 - Cultivating Flavor: A Recipe for the Recipe | Lecture 11 (2010)

Lec 40 - Meat Glue Mania | Lecture 10 (2010)

Lec 41 - At last, the edible science fair

Lec 42 - Arnold Arboretum: Winter Tree Tour

Lec 43 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Theoretical Background Part 2

Lec 44 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Selected Applications Part 2

Lec 45 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Selected Applications Part 1

Lec 46 - Browning & Oxidations | Lecture 9 (2010)

Lec 47 - Gelation | Lecture 8 (2010)

Lec 48 - Emulsions: Concept of Stabilizing Oil & Water | Lecture 7 (2010)

Lec 49 - Reinventing Food Texture & Flavor | Lecture 6 (2010)

Lec 50 - Heat, Temperature and Chocolate | Lecture 5 (2010)

Lec 51 - Olive Oil and Viscosity | Lecture 4 (2010)

Lec 52 - An Introduction to Computational Multiphysics: Motivations for Triple-M Modeling

Lec 53 - Science and Cooking: A Dialogue | Lecture 1 (2010)

Lec 54 - Sous-vide Cooking: a State of Matter | Lecture 2 (2010)

Lec 55 - Brain Candy: How Desserts Slow the Passage of Time | Lecture 3 (2010)

Lec 56 - Statistical Signal Processing for Modern High-Dimensional Data Sets

Lec 57 - Acute Infectious Diseases in Space and Time with Bryan Grenfell

Lec 58 - Food Webs in River Networks with Mary Power

Lec 59 - Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air with David MacKay

Lec 60 - Energy Innovation at Scale with Steven Koonin

Lec 61 - Books to Bench to Bedside Informatics for Autism Research

Lec 62 - An Introduction to the Dataverse Network as an Infrastructure for Data Sharing

Lec 63 - Astronomy as I See It

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Lec 86 - Harvard Stem Cell Institute - Progress report

Lec 87 - Stem Cells: Mending a broken heart?

Lec 88 - Sweeping for Thompson Island hoppers

Lec 89 - Judah M. Folkman, MD

Lec 90 - E.O. Wilson, the

Lec 91 - Shaq Attacks Sleep Apnea

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Lec 94 - Prof. Lene Hau: Stopping light cold

Lec 95 - Harvard's green commitment

Lec 96 - Roughing it on Great Brewster Island

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Lec 98 - Open Sources and Crowdsourced: The Promise and peril of Shared Genetic Information

Lec 99 - Individual Rights to Genetic Information: Issues for Medicine and Government

Lec 100 - Science and Technology Studies: Defining the Boundaries

Lec 101 - Historical Context and Demos Illustrating the Relationship of Food and Science | Lecture 1 (2011)

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