Mitochondria run hotter than the rest of the cell—by how much? A new podcast tells the story of medical education cadavers unearthed after a century. Revisiting cumulative testing, we find things to promote long-term learning in our courses and beyond.
The temperature of mitochondria.
A podcast recommendation.
Revisiting the cumulative approach.
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(0:50) Mitochondria run about 10 °C hotter than the other components of the cell.
(2:20) Paul Gabrielsen of the University of Utah introduces his new serial podcast that tells the story of the discovery of remains of medical education cadavers buried on campus about a hundred years ago.
(6:26) A comment on Episode 4 by Margaret Thompson Reece sparks continued discussion of the value of (and practical suggestions for) a cumulative approach to teaching and learning.
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