Bassler Lab Videos

NOVA scienceNOW : 26 - Profile : Bonnie Bassler

Bonnie Bassler has been called the "Bacteria Whisperer," and even if she doesn't speak directly to microbes, she is passionate about them. Until recently, no one thought bacteria communicated with one another and coordinated their behavior. But Bassler, a molecular biologist at Princeton, has discovered "quorum sensing." In some cases, when certain bacteria sense that they are in a large enough group (a quorum), they mobilize to attack a host, triggering disease. The implications for medical science are huge. Turkish subtitles will be added soon. No copyright intended, all the copyrights belong to PBS NOVA. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/sciencenow/ Support PBS! http://www.shoppbs.org/family/index.jsp?categoryId=11580318&ab=NOVAscienceNOW Or donate: http://www.pbs.org/about/support-our-mission/


Quorum sensing | Bonnie Bassler
Social behaviour of organisms | Bonnie Bassler
Microbes are going to save the world | Bonnie Bassler
Our new understanding of bacteria | Bonnie Bassler

Global infectious disease | Bonnie Bassler
Science Action: How is bacterial quorum sensing influenced by microfluidics?
NOVA scienceNOW : 26 - Profile : Bonnie Bassler
The Bioeconomy Blueprint Panel
The Bioeconomy Blueprint Panel
2,988 views | 50:07

Bonnie Bassler, 2012 L’Oréal-UNESCO Awards Laureate for North America
Chemical Conversations: How Bacteria Talk to Each Other
Tiny Conspiracies (Part 1)
Tiny Conspiracies (Part 1)
1,702 views | 10:00
Bonnie Bassler (Princeton) Part 1: Bacterial Communication via Quorum Sensing

Bonnie Bassler: The secret, social lives of bacteria
Bonnie Bassler Discovers Quorum Sensing
Bonnie Bassler: Why American kids Are Behind in Science
Bonnie & Deadly Bacteria
Bonnie & Deadly Bacteria
3,246 views | 02:01