Posted on February 24, 2010 by Michael Lombardi - AmoebaMike
In your youth was Sesame Street. If you were lucky when you got older there was Bill Nye. Now it would seem you’re too old for education set to music. But if that’s what you think, you’re wrong. Check out these tunes:
Thanks to ProfDodd for the tip – They Might Be Giants sings all things science on their album (that’s a CD for you young’ns) rightfully titled Here Comes Science. Listen to track previews on Amazon.
The folks over at The Biomimicry Institute have produced an excellent piece of work which you can also preview on Amazon.
Rapping is taken to a new level by a couple of guys from Stanford. This video is timely for what we’ve been talking about–ATP, energy, glycolysis–but check out his YouTube page for lots of great videos.
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