The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) offers lots of science resources, including videos, animations, games, and lesson plans. Here, I want to spotlight an animation that details the inner workings of a cell. The animation is approximately 8 minutes long and is from Harvard University. Concepts illustrated in the animation include everything from translation to actin filament formation. It is a great resource for high school and undergraduate students.
Click on “Cool Science” to be directed to the HHMI resources collection and click on “The Inner Life of the Cell” to be directed to the animation.