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Emma Teeling:
The secret of the bat genome

TEDxDublin · 16:25 · Filmed Sep 2012
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Emma Teeling: The secret of the bat genome
16:25 · Filmed September 2012 at TEDxDublin · Subtitles available in 23 languages

In Western society, bats are often characterized as creepy, even evil. Zoologist Emma Teeling encourages us to rethink our attitude toward bats, whose unique and fascinating biology gives us insight into our own genetic makeup. (Filmed at TEDxDublin.)

Zoologist
Emma Teeling, Director of the Centre for Irish Bat Research, thinks we have a lot to learn from the biology of bats. Full bio
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