Group 33: Targeting Cancer Cells through the Warburg Effect

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11 Responses to Group 33: Targeting Cancer Cells through the Warburg Effect

  1. Abigail says:

    Your visuals are great and very easy to follow. Good job with the audio too!

  2. John says:

    Very professional. Reminds me of Khan Academy.

  3. Harrison says:

    I always appreciate good audio quality in videos. However, I would say that during the beginning of the video, the narrator speaks a little to quickly for most viewers’ ears. Besides slowing down, I have no other criticisms of this excellent video that relates glycolysis with cancer cells.

  4. Amanda says:

    I enjoyed the visuals on this video. It looked very clean and professional and communicated the concepts clearly. Good Job!

  5. Patrick says:

    As someone already said above, this video was reminiscent of Khan Academy. That being said, it was absolutely sublime.

  6. Soham says:

    The video was great, with easy to follow visuals; a minor comment would be to slightly slow down, as it felt a bit fast.

  7. Victoria says:

    The video was great and very interesting. Who knew you could target the metabolic activities in cancer cells?

  8. Savannah says:

    Amazing audio and video. Very professionally made.

  9. Amanda says:

    I was thinking of Khan Academy the whole time. This video was really great!

  10. Sara says:

    I liked the online writing technique. Looks good!

  11. Pratima says:

    The video was very well done. It was both engaging and easy to watch and understand.

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