Friday math movie: David Bolinsky animates a cell

By Murray Bourne, 15 Oct 2010

This video helps us to re-discover the "truth and beauty" in the human body. It is part of a project to re-invent medical education at Harvard.

David Bolinsky feels the way most things are taught in schools is like "boiling the chicken until the flavor is gone". And I agree.

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One Comment on “Friday math movie: David Bolinsky animates a cell”

  1. Ryan says:

    My Biology teacher shows this video every once in a while =)

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