Title Slide: Collinge, John. Mammalian prions and their wider relevance in neurodegenerative diseases. Nature 539: 217-226. 10.1038/nature20415.
Creative video, animations were interesting. Video was informative.
the video was good and got the point across, the narration could use a little work
The visuals were really great, and helpful when explaining the topic. The audio was a little off sometimes, but other than that it was really informative and cohesive.
Bits of the narration were a little jargon-heavy, but the visuals helped to illustrate your point. Overall nice job!
Extremely informative and the animations are well done. As others have said, the narration was a bit hard to follow because it was technical and somewhat monotone, but overall it’s still a great video.
I liked the illustrations! The audio was a little hard to keep up with because of jargon and differing volumes, but I enjoyed watching your video overall!!
The video was relatively easy to understand, bit heavy in vocabulary at times, but that’s only natural for subjects of this complexity!
Illustrations were adorable and helped to understand the topic! Great job!
Illustrations really helped guide me along the material. the flow of the video was great and did not feel rushed or slowed. The speed was just enough where i had to hear and understand what was being said.
I had a hard time following along with the audio and all the information presented, but the illustrations and graphics were very cool to watch! Overall, good job!!
The illustrations helped immensely throughout the video, but some of the information presented was difficult to follow by itself.
That’s fascinating that these prions lack nucleic acid’s making them indistinguishable via amino acid sequences. I’d be interested to know more about this
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