Using Photocross-linkers to Study Protein-Ligand and Protein-Protein Interactions

Hi? I’m Stacey Wahl, I am the liaison to the basic sciences in the School of Medicine here at Tompkins-McCaw Library for the Health Sciences. My title does get two words longer every time I say it. If you come back at the end, we’ll be here for an hour, and it’ll just be me introducing myself. Today we have Urjita Shah talking about using photocross-linkers to study protein-lipid and…

Coronavirus #3: Meditation, Exercise & Nature strengthen your immune system #AutoimmuneLifestyle #12

Coronavirus #3: Meditation, Exercise & Nature strengthen your immune system #AutoimmuneLifestyle #12

Hello, this is Dr. David Bilstrom living the autoimmune lifestyle on the edge of an ancient volcano so I hope you liked the last two videos that we talked about coronavirus, we’re going to do a third one today, we’re talking about how we can prevent getting viral infections or infections of all kinds, how you can keep from transmitting a viral infection to somebody else, if you’re gonna get…

New professorship in sustainable food system

New professorship in sustainable food system

We have a number of research focuses on food but this position would add a longer-term perspective it would add a more integrated and more holistic perspective on these issues and would help us really build a cohesive programme around sustainable and resilient food production systems here at the centre The unique thing with this position is that it represents a long-term commitment in curiosity-driven sustainability science with respect to…

Why is Coronavirus so successful? How does Covid-19 actually work? Solutions

Why is Coronavirus so successful? How does Covid-19 actually work? Solutions

The coronavirus or its official name SARS-CoV-2 is here. The disease it causes is COVID-19. Thankfully, the fatalities in the United States appear to be lower than the worst case scenario, that I talked about in a prior video. But the growth of infections is still extremely high. And the percentage of infected people that need to be hospitalized is through the roof. What makes this virus so different from…

What You Need To Know: About The Atlanta Community Food Bank

What You Need To Know: About The Atlanta Community Food Bank

I’m Rickey Bevington, host of All Things Considered on Georgia Public Broadcasting. This is GPB’s web video series “What You Need To Know Coronavirus” and joining me for this edition is Kyle Waide CEO of the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Kyle, thank you for being here. Rickey thanks for having me. If people tuning in right now don’t have enough access to food or they know someone who may not…

Does Cooking and Freezing Food Affect the Coronavirus?

Does Cooking and Freezing Food Affect the Coronavirus?

Do we know how hot something has to be cooked to kill the virus? Does freezing have an affect on the virus? So, really, it’s a really great, great question and this is another one where it’s like, all we know, it’s like the caveat of this: all we know is based on other illnesses and similar illnesses, other coronaviruses. And so there was a paper that was published in…

Vitamin C’s Immune Benefits

Vitamin C’s Immune Benefits

Let’s talk about the immune benefits of vitamin C, now vitamin C does a lot of different things but its influence on your immune system is quite amazing let’s talk about it now vitamin C deficiencies are actually very common you can have what’s called a subclinical vitamin C deficiency where you’re not majorly deficient but you’re just deficient enough to cause a weakness within the immune system I’m going…