Check Out This Explanation of How Cells Work Using Nothing But LEGO [Video]
And unlike LEGO blocks, cells don't hurt when you step on them barefooted.
Science is really, really cool; that said, there’s a lot of stuff that we should really remember better from high school about science and don’t, because we were too busy navigating our changing bodies or whatever. With that in mind, the YouTube channel for Experiments in Science Education (AKA ExSciEd) has released a new video that explains cellular biology in the only way they know we’ll know we on the Internet will listen: Stop-motion LEGO animation.
Personally I can barely recall what I had for breakfast this morning, but that LEGO cell mitosis is definitely going to stick with me much longer than the stationary textbook illustration version did.
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