In an effort to make iBiology talks accessible to more people around the world, we are adding subtitles in English and other languages to as many talks as possible. If you are interested in creating subtitles for any of our talks, please contact us.
The English subtitles are created by a team of current and former UCSF graduate students: Sarah Goodwin, Lauren Booth, Jeff Farrell, Brooke Gardner, Melissa Hendershott, Damian Trujillo, Andrew Shie, and Courtney Schroeder.
Most of our iBiology talks are subtitled in English and can be accessed in a variety of ways:
- Embedded Video: Subtitles can be viewed on the embedded video by clicking on “CC” at the bottom right of the video player. Choose the “English – by iBiology” option to have subtitles created by our team appear. This is also where we will add other languages when these talks are translated.
- Downloads: Videos with English subtitles can be downloaded by right clicking on “Subtitled Videos: English” and choosing “Save As.” These will display the subtitles below the video.
- Search: We have an “English Subtitles” option on our search feature. When this is selected, only videos that have English Subtitles will appear in the search results.
*Note: The short clips currently do not have subtitles available in the embedded video, but most have downloadable subtitled videos.
iBioSeminars Spanish subtitles are provided by the following members of the Fundación EcoScience (except where noted): Marcela Colombres, Abel Alcázar-Roman (Yale), Sarah Nuñez, Javier Nuñez-Huasaf, Eduardo Fuentes, Natalia Crisostomo, Cristian Estrada, Remziye Doger, Miguel Bengolea and Daniela Rebolledo.
iBioMagazine Spanish subtitles were done by a team of US and Peruvian students and post-doctoral fellows while at Yale University. The team was organized by Abel Alcazar-Roman and included Sofia Espinoza, Maria Jesus Olarte, Denisse Tafur, Felicia Barriga, Omar Julca, David Romero, Enith Sifuentes , Eliana Torres and Kenyi Saito-Diaz.
The following videos have Spanish subtitles available in the embedded video, which can be accessed by clicking on the “CC” located below the video. Many are also available for download.
iBioSeminars with Spanish Subtitles
*Note: These have the full iBioSeminar translated into Spanish, except where indicated.
- Norma Andrews: Intracellular Parasitism by Trypanosoma Cruzi and Leishmania
- David Baltimore : Danger from the Wild: HIV, Can We Conquer It?
- Cori Bargmann (Part 1 only): Genes, the Brain, and Behavior
- Bonnie Bassler: Cell-Cell Communication in Bacteria
- Mary Beckerle: Adhesion, Signaling, and Cancer
- Carolyn Bertozzi : Chemical Glycobiology
- Elaine Fuchs: Stem Cells: Biology and Promise for Regenerative Medicine
- Ari Helenius (Part 1 and 2 only): Cell Biology of Virus Entry
- Anthony Hyman : Organization of the Cytoplasm
- Cynthia Kenyon: Genes and Cells that Determine the Lifespan of C. Elegans
- Nancy Knowlton: Corals and Coral Reefs
- Susan Lindquist: The Surprising World of Prion Biology
- Richard Losick: Developmental Biology of a Simple Organism
- Susan McConnell: Designing Effective Science Presentations
- Dick McIntosh: Cell Division in Eukaryotes
- Ira Mellman: Cell Biology of the Immune Response
- Melissa Moore (Part 1 only): RNA Processing
- David Morgan (Part 1 only): Controlling the Cell Cycle
- Jeremy Nathans (Part 1a only): The Vertebrate Retina: Structure, Function, and Evolution
- Dianne Newman: Microbial Diversity and Evolution
- Eva Nogales: Electron Microscopy
- Martin Raff: Growth Control in Animal Development
- Pam Ronald: Tomorrow’s Table: Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food
- David Roos (Part 1 only): Genomics and Cell Biology of Apicomplexan Parasites
- Jack Szostak: The Origin of Life
- Lucy Shapiro (Part 1 only): The Dynamic Bacterial Cell
- Ron Vale (Part 1 only): Cytoskeletal Motor Proteins
- Eric Wieschaus (Part 1 only): Patterning Development in the Early Embryo
iBioMagazines with Spanish Subtitles
- Bruce Alberts: The Importance of Learning from Failure
- Eric Betzig and Harald Hess: Developing PALM Microscopy
- Mario Capecchi: The Birth of Gene Targeting
- Jorge Cham: Creating PhDComics
- Tom Cech: Discovering Ribozymes
- Haile Debas: Rebuilding African Universities
- Ellen Daniell: The Benefits of Peer Support
- Daniel Fletcher: A View of Science at the White House
- Graham Hatfull: Encouraging Scientific Curiosity
- H. Robert Horvitz: When Stockholm Called
- H. Robert Horvitz: Discovering Programmed Cell Death
- Cynthia Kenyon: A Genetic Control Circuit for Aging
- Susan McConnell: The Importance of Giving a Good Talk
- Sean Morrison: Stem Cell Politics: The Michigan Initiative
- Rob Phillips: A Vision for Quantitative Biology
- Sandra Schmid: Getting the Post Doc Training You Need
- Joan Steitz: Discovery of SNURPs; A Story of Serendipity
- Chris Tachibana: Science Writing and Editing
- Marc Tessier-Lavigne: Careers in Biotechnology
- Ron Vale: Looking for Myosin and Finding Kinesin
- Harold Varmus: How I Became a Scientist
- Harold Varmus: Changing the Way We Publish
- Peter Walter: Unfolding the Unfolded Protein Response
- Eric Wieschaus: Finding Genes that Control Development
- Keith Yamamoto: “Night Science”: Taking Risks in Science’
- Yixian Zheng: How I Became a Scientist
Subtitles in Other Languages
The following videos have subtitles available in the embedded video in the language indicated below:
Subtitles by Susana Ribeiro
- Bruce Alberts: The Importance of Learning from Failure
- Keith Yamamoto: “Night Science”: Taking Risks in Science
Subtitles by Dmitry Yakovlev with assistance from Anna and Vladimir Gelfand
- Jack Szostak:“The Origin of Cellular Life on Earth”
How to Make Subtitles
In an effort to make iBioSeminars and iBioMagazine movies available to more students and scientists around the world, we are adding subtitles in English and other languages to as many talks as possible.
The graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who initiated the subtitling and translation project developed fairly simple protocols that can be used by others. If you are interested in contributing, please see the tutorials on how to make a subtitled movie and how to translate a movie. To avoid duplication of effort, please contact us before you start.
We welcome your contributions and will post your subtitled movie on our iBiology sites.