A phantasmic TED-Ed lesson written by Christopher M. Moreman explains the dark history and evolution of zombies.
In a delicious TED-Ed lesson, Miranda Brown describes the unexpected origins of dumplings, a dish traditionally known to be Chinese.
In a healing Ted-Ed Lesson written by Krishna Sudha, narrator Addison Anderson talks about the fascinating history of aspirin.
In a sober TED-Ed lesson written by Judy Griesel and animated by Anton Bogaty, Alexandra Panzer explains the physiology behind hangovers.
A syntactic Ted-Ed lesson by Terisa Folaron explains how hardworking commas provide assistance to conjunctions and subordinates.
A restless Ted-Ed lesson written by Alayna Vaughan explains why people snore, some much louder than others.
A Ted-Ed lesson by Martin Hilpert explains the difference between language and dialect and when the difference applies.
A Ted-Ed Lesson written by Lu Gao explains how much orangutans have in common with humans, particularly when it comes to child-rearing.
An optical ED-Ed lesson written by Emma Bryce and animated by Iván Tamás explains why cat eyes have vertical pupils.
An animated Ted-Ed lesson explains how various cacti are able to survive and thrive in some of the harshest environments on Earth.