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Inside Brazil’s Human Genome Research Center [Video]
Imagine Science Films interviews Mayana Zatz, Director of the Human Genome Research Center in Brazil, about her research in treating genetic disorders.
How The World Cup’s Brain-Controlled Exoskeleton Works [Video]
Neuroscientist Miguel Nicolelis talks about his "Walk Again" machine, which allowed a paraplegic man to make the first kick of the 2014 World Cup.
How Brazil’s Soccer Stadiums Evolved For The World Cup [Video]
Imagine Science Films interviews a soccer stadium expert about the cultural impact of Brazil's arena-constructing bonanza.
Of Soccer, Science, And The Plastic Nature Of The Brain [Video]
Imagine Science Films teams up with a neuroscientist to discuss mind and motion at the 2014 World Cup.
The Biochemistry Of Crazy Soccer Fans [Video]
Soccer fanatics at the World Cup will go down swinging for their respective team. A new scientific mini-documentary explores why that is. (Hint: It's kind of like war.)