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A couple of close to home TED-Ed talks


An inspired young student, Sarthak Sinha, has been part of my current lab for far longer than I have and he’s only 19. Working on a variety of different projects with many of us and as keen as you can get, Sarthak is now off studying for his undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto. But he has left us with an amazing parting gift: two TED-Ed talks focused on our research topics!

In his own words: “Inspired by the work we do in the lab, I had an opportunity to collaborate with an organization called TED-Ed which aims to teach a lesson or break down an idea using animations to engage learners on the web world wide. One of my passions beside research has been in education and communicating sciences, so over the summer I asked them if they would be interested in doing an animation lesson on “How a wound heals” and “How a scar forms”, inspired by some of the projects I have had the opportunity to be a part of. We finally released the videos so thought that I’d share it with the people who got me involved in these topics in the first place!”

Here are the videos!

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Natacha is a research scientist and a lover of all things science! She love finding out interesting facts about all aspects of life, whether it’s how genetic engineering works or what the difference between crimped and straight hair is. There’s a bit of science behind every mystery and the Science Informant will help find the clues for everyone to enjoy and understand the amazing world of science!

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