DnaTube is similar to YouTube, but covers scientific research, lectures, and seminars in video format. Their goal is "to contribute science by generating a self-growing community who shares their scientific experiences."
From the Macaulay Library of Cornell's Lab of Ornithology, the Sound and Video Catalog provides access to the world's largest natural sound and video archive of animal behavior. Although birds are favored, many other animals are covered. The site is fully searchable.
Research Blogging identifies and aggregates blog posts about serious peer-reviewed research. The posts are about real developments in science; they are not press releases or news reports. Bloggers who want their posts aggregated must register. RSS feeds are available for all topics or by individual subject.
From the American Chemical Society (ACS), Science Elements offers brief webcasts on cutting-edge discoveries described in ACS journals. In addition to chemistry, ACS journals cover topics in fields like medicine, health, nutrition, energy, and the environment.
This Web site presents news from the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO). News items are organized into several categories including bird flu, global health, emerging and recurring disease, food and agriculture, bioethics, genomics, stem cells, and regulation.