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Lec 2 - Our Microbes, Ourselves: Gut Bacteria's Key Role in Immunity Is Tuned to the Host Species

Lec 2 - Our Microbes, Ourselves: Gut Bacteria's Key Role in Immunity Is Tuned to the Host Species. A new study suggests that the superabundant microbes lining our digestive tract are ultimately our evolutionary partners, shedding light on the hygiene hypothesis. According to this idea, living in increasingly hyper-hygienic environments might contribute to recent spikes in childhood allergies, as these beneficial host-specific microbes are hindered by the plethora of antibacterial home products and cleaning chemicals. Learn more at http://hms.harvard.edu/content/our-microbes-ourselves

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

Lec 18 - Discussion of Emerging Directions - Harvard Forest

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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

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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

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

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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

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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)

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

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

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

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