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The Hungry Microbiome Part 3: Gut Microbiome
30th January 2015
An animated overview of the human gut microbiome: the community of microbes in our insides. This video describes the various species of microbe that inhabit our digestive system and expounds their roles in digestion. Written and illustrated by Armando Hasudungan.
The Hungry Microbiome Part 2: Starch
23rd January 2015
An animated overview of the carbohydrate 'starch'. This video follows starch and resistant starch as they are ingested, broken up, and assimilated into the body. Written and illustrated by Armando Hasudungan.
The Hungry Microbiome Part 1: The Digestive System
16th January 2015
This is the first of four digestive system animations. Today's episode is an overview, a journey from the mouth to the poop chute and everything in between.
The terrarium in your belly and the evolution of stomach culture
3rd June 2016
Our insides are a terrarium: biodiverse with bacteria, fungi, and more. And — it's an evolving ecosystem — one that changes from gestation, to birth, and through adult life, withstanding extinction events over micro-epochs.
When it comes to big data, the eyes really have it
29th September 2014
Biological illustration has come on a bit from the days of Gould’s gorgeous illustrations of birds, or Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man. […]
Animating life: bringing science to the YouTube generation
22nd April 2014
By Seán I. O’Donoghue, OCE Science Leader Telling science stories often involves explaining complex interactions between a cast of molecular […]
Health check: are you eating the right fibre?
27th November 2013
Australians eat a lot of insoluble fibre (also known as roughage) rather than a combination of fibres that includes fermentable fibres, which are important for gut health.
Booch please: Is Kombucha good for you?
17th January 2020
Kombucha was the most searched wellness trend of 2019. We're investigating the hype behind it with science. So is kombucha a fermented friend or foe?