An excellent narrated animation of the processes involved in biological productive nanosystems, here visualizing the molecular biology's most central "dogma". The video is based on scientific data describing molecular structure and function, showing animations of DNA coiling, replication, transcription and translation. It was created by Drew Berry of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. It even shows molecular machines operating at real-time speeds.
According to metamodern.com: "What is striking about the videos how much Drew gets right, and how well he handles the necessary cheats forced on animators by the impossibility of showing the millions of random molecular motions that typically occur between the significant biomolecular events."
Watch the video below. Or, as the (otherwise serious) narrator says at one point: "One, two, three, ....go!"