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Scientific gummy bear destruction, the science of cats in sinks and science of make-up are early videos used to explain science.
Posts about science in TV, video and film, the topic of her former blog at Scientific American, will continue to be shared on this site.
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The Science of Botox
Science of Botox 1: Clostridium (Above)
The first in series of four videos describing the science of Botox to the layperson. This video focuses on the organism that causes botulism, Clostridium botulinum.
13 years ago Beauty, Health, Science • Tags: beauty, botox, botulinum toxin, botulism, clostridium botulinum, cosmetic, flaccid paralysis, Joanne Manaster, medical, nervous system, STEM, synapse, video