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  • Science with a Cyborg Peahen

    • 9 months ago
    • 3,668 views
    Eye-tracking miniature video cameras are showing researchers precisely
    what a female peafowl is looking at when a peacock displays his
    elaborate tail during courtship.
  • Hibernation Isn't Just for Bears

    • 11 months ago
    • 4,210 views
    Two new species of dwarf lemurs have been found hibernating during the lean months of winter in Eastern Magascar. Scientific Reports, May 2, 2013. An interview with researcher Marina Blanco, PhD, w...
  • On Flipping the Classroom

    • 1 year ago
    • 673 views
    Duke professor Laura Lieber discusses the benefits of team-based learning and the flipped classroom teaching concept.
  • Real Angry Birds Flip 'the Bird' Before a Fight

    • 1 year ago
    • 22,222 views
    Male sparrows are capable of fighting to the death. But a new study shows that they often wave their wings wildly first in an attempt to avoid a dangerous brawl.
  • Bonobos Prefer to Share with Strangers

    • 1 year ago
    • 6,521 views
    An experiment with Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary animals in Kinshasa shows they will share with a stranger before sharing with an animal they know. "Bonobos Share with Strangers," PLoS One, Jan. 2, 2013...
  • Male peacock demonstrates the 'hoot dash display.'

    • 1 year ago
    • 22,487 views
    Duke evolutionary biologist Jessica Yorzinski is curious about the loud vocalization a male peacock makes just before mating. It should call predators in, but instead it calls in other peahens.
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