Virology and Forgotten History

The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
Apr 20, 2020 – 4:23
When Edward Jenner created the first vaccine against smallpox, he had no idea what caused smallpox. The scientific appreciation of “germ theory” was just the start of the process of understanding microbiology. The History Guy recalls the forgotten history of the scientific study of “germs,” and how early germ theory actually delayed the scientific discovery of viruses.

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The Virtually-Unkillable Virus That Makes Itself a Nucleus
SciShow
Mar 28, 2020

In 2017, scientists discovered what appeared to be an unkillable virus that does something very un-virus-like… it builds its own nucleus inside its host’s cells! Hosted by: Michael Aranda
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