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Below is a list of the latest lectures, but to find whole courses please select a school from the menu on the right.
Lecture 39: Male Reproductive System
Posted in Berkeley
This lecture wraps up female reproduction by covering the vulva and breasts before moving onto the male reproductive organs. It discusses the ducts and glands of the system and covers the testes, penis and semen.
Lecture 38: Female Reproductive System
Posted in Berkeley
This anatomy lecture covers the female reproductive organs and their constituents. It talks about the structure of the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, and vulva.
Lecture 37: Endocrine System
Posted in Berkeley
This lecture largely focuses on the remainder of the endocrine system, including the structure and functions of the thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, and pituitary gland.
Lecture 36: Endocrine System
Posted in Berkeley
The beginning portion of this lecture continues Professor Diamond's coverage of the urinary tract, with additional information on the kidneys, bladder, & urethra. She then gives a general overview of the endocrine system, starting with the pineal gland.
Lecture 35: Urinary Systems
Posted in Berkeley
This continuation of Urinary Systems begins with the pancreas and its component cells. It then moves into an extensive breakdown of the functions, excretions, and structure of the kidneys,
Lecture 34: Digestive, Urinary Systems
Posted in Berkeley
This class covers a wide range of subjects, beginning with an overview of the anus and rectum before moving on to the tongue, salivary glands, liver, pancreas and jejunum.

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1. Lecture 6: Cosmic Structure Formation, From Inflation to Galaxies
1. Lecture 6: Cosmic Structure Formation, From Inflation to Galaxies

(This lecture provides an indepth examination of the formation of the universe. It is quite extensive in its coverage of the expansion of the cosmos and the illusive dark matter and dark energy.)
Hits: 6550
Category: M.I.T.
2. Lecture 1: Introduction To Philosophy of Film
2. Lecture 1: Introduction To Philosophy of Film

(In this first session Prof. Irving Singer goes over the syllabus and course requirements, before skimming over the basics of philosophy and film, Jean Cocteau, film as a cultural communication device, and recommended readings.)
Hits: 6418
Category: M.I.T.
3. Lecture 01: Organization of the Body
3. Lecture 01: Organization of the Body

(Professor Diamond begins this biology lecture with a piece on the human brain (using a preserved specimen), then launches into a discussion into the basics of the muscular system. Includes - functional types, muscle origins and insertions.)
Hits: 6406
Category: Berkeley
4. Lecture 5: Evolution
4. Lecture 5: Evolution

(Professor Lynn Rothschild discusses evolution in the context of space and time, focusing on the emergence of life in the context of planetary formation on Earth and possibly elsewhere, and the evolution of intelligence in here and beyond.)
Hits: 6353
Category: Stanford University
5. Lecture 3: Einstein's Field Equations
5. Lecture 3: Einstein's Field Equations

(In this lecture Edmund Bertschinger tackles Einstein's Field Equations, revealing the history of our understanding of curved spacetime and the mathematical and physical implications of this discovery.)
Hits: 6340
Category: M.I.T.
6. Lecture 2: Realism & Formalism
6. Lecture 2: Realism & Formalism

(This lecture shows the importance and relevance of studying film. It presents mathematics as a form of abstract art, breaks down the style and method of realism and formalism, outlines the differences and similarities between film and photography.)
Hits: 6339
Category: M.I.T.
7. Lecture 1: Introduction to Black Holes and Astrophysics
7. Lecture 1: Introduction to Black Holes and Astrophysics

(This introductory lecture provides an overview of the course and introduces students to the general principals behind the structure of the universe and spacetime.)
Hits: 6296
Category: M.I.T.
8. Lecture 30: The Human Eye
8. Lecture 30: The Human Eye

(This segment begins with the histology of the cerebral cortex before moving onto the eye. This class shows the development of the eye, the structure of the retina, and an overview of accessory systems.)
Hits: 6084
Category: Berkeley
9. Lecture 1: Introduction To Particle Physics
9. Lecture 1: Introduction To Particle Physics

(Leonard Susskind gives the introductory lecture of a course that will explore the newest revolutions in particle physics. This class explores the properties of light, particles and the quantum field theory.)
Hits: 5921
Category: Stanford University
10. Lecture 5: The Universe and Three Examples
10. Lecture 5: The Universe and Three Examples

(Alan Guth discusses the overall history and structure of the Universe, covering topics from big bang scenarios to the background radiation of the cosmos.)
Hits: 5913
Category: M.I.T.

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1. Lecture 6: Diary Equation & Higgs Particles
1. Lecture 6: Diary Equation & Higgs Particles

(Leonard Susskind continues elaborating the subject of quantum field theory, including, the diary equation and the hypothetical Higgs Bosons - the particle responsible for mass.)
Rating: 2.82
Category: Stanford University
2. Lecture 9: Equations of Quantum Field Theory
2. Lecture 9: Equations of Quantum Field Theory

(In this lecture Leonard Susskind tackles the motion of fields containing particles and quantum field theory. He also shows how basic processes are coded by a Lagrangian.)
Rating: 2.81
Category: Stanford University
3. Lecture 10: Darwin's Birthday
3. Lecture 10: Darwin's Birthday

(Professor Lynn Rothschild and Stephen Palumbi, Director of the Hopkins Marine Station, discuss Charles Darwin's career, from his childhood to the end of his life. Naturally, the theory of evolution is also addressed.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Stanford University
4. Lecture 7: Angular Momentum
4. Lecture 7: Angular Momentum

(Wrapping up the coverage of the quantum field theory, Professor Leonard Susskind discusses the theory behind angular momentum and the relevant mathematics. )
Rating: 2.8
Category: Stanford University
5. Lecture 15: Cardiology
5. Lecture 15: Cardiology

(This lecture continues the discussion of the heart, beginning with the ventricles before moving onto the structure of valves, the cardiac cycle, and wraps up drawing the connection between the heart and the Autonomic nervous system.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Berkeley
6. Lecture 12: Hematology I
6. Lecture 12: Hematology I

(Hematology is the branch of medicine that deals with blood, the blood-forming organs, and blood diseases. This discusses topics including plasma, multiple sclerosis, and erythropoiesis (the process by which red blood cells are formed).)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Berkeley
7. Lecture 10: Muscular System II
7. Lecture 10: Muscular System II

(Professor Diamond begins this lesson with the muscular structure of the abdomen, including the rectus abdominis and external oblique muscle. She ends the lecture with the muscles of the hip, including the gluteal muscle.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Berkeley
8. Lecture 33: Digestive System II
8. Lecture 33: Digestive System II

(This lecture briefly continues the discussion of the stomach before continuing along to the small and large intestinal tracts. It discusses the structure and functions of various intestinal components.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Berkeley
9. Lecture 2: Quantum Field Theory
9. Lecture 2: Quantum Field Theory

(In this lecture Susskind discusses the quantum field theory (QFT), a theoretical framework for constructing quantum mechanical models of systems classically parametrized (represented) by an infinite number of fields.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Stanford University
10. Lecture 4: What is Life?
10. Lecture 4: What is Life?

(Lynn Rothschild, Research Scientist at NASA's Astrobiology Institute Ames Research Center, discusses the need for an operational definition of what it means to be alive and attempts to hammer out a definition of her own.)
Rating: 2.8
Category: Stanford University