RNA Video Lectures
 

RNA Video Lectures

 

 

 

RNA: Lecture Series

Each lecture is viewable via Flash (standard-definition or podcast-sized, with closed-captions and chapter links) or RealPlayer (video only, for slower Internet connections).

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mind1995 Holiday Lectures 
The Double Life of RNA


 

Lecture 1 — Catalysis: Chemical and Biochemical, by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D.
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Lecture 2 — RNA as an Enzyme: Discovery, Origins of Life, and Medical Possibilities, 
by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D.
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Lecture 3 —How to Accelerate a Reaction 100 Billion Times Using Only RNA, by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D.
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Lecture 4 —Life at the End of the Chromosome, by Thomas R. Cech, Ph.D.
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The RNAi Revolution - MIT World Video Lecture Series

When a Nobel Prize-winning pioneer of molecular biology embraces a new area of research as revolutionary, attention must be paid. Phillip A. Sharp’s own discoveries involving gene expression opened up new territory in the search for the genetic causes of cancer and other diseases. He now has great hopes for similar breakthroughs with the process of gene silencing.