1. BioScenario Cap.00 V.O


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    Espai de divulgació científca sobre el panorama de la biotecnologia i la biomedicina de les Illes Balears. Produït per www.Bioibal.org (2011). Agraïments:

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      Part 2: Theory. Edited by Dmitry Bulatov // English/Russian, 560 pp, Kaliningrad: BB NCCA, 2013. The international anthology “Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age” is the first comprehensive theoretical overview of the current stage of contemporary techno-biological art. It is dedicated to the evolutionary potential of 21st Century technology trends such as robotics, IT, and biomedicine and other forms of technoscientific development. The anthology includes articles by thirty recognised experts such as Roy Ascott (UK) – one of pioneers of cybernetic art; Boris Groys (US) – an internationally acclaimed expert on contemporary art; Andy Pickering (UK) – an internationally-known figure in science and technology studies; Stelarc (AU) – a pioneer for cyborg art; Erkki Huhtamo (US) – well-known for research in media archaeology; Pier Luigi Capucci (IT) – a leading expert in art and science; Jens Hauser (GER / FR) – well-known for research in bio-art, and others. Additional info: http://www.ncca.ru/en/articles.text?filial=4&id=66 e-mail: postbiology@gmail.com

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      • Hao Li | Innovators Under 35 (MIT Tech Review)


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        MIT Tech selected Hao Li as an Innovator Under 35 for 2013. He has pioneered uses for 3D Imaging technology, with potential applications in entertainment, biomedicine and security. Here he describes his background, his work, and his advice.

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        • PRBB OpenDay


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          OpenDoors Day at PRRBB (Parc de Recerca Biomèdica de Barcelona).

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            'Inside a Pathology Lab' explores the inner workings of a pathology lab at the hands of medical laboratory scientists working on a patient's critical blood sample. The film was developed for James Cook University's Science & Society in the Tropics Public Lecture: 'Who performs your blood test and why you should care?” by Dr Donna Rudd, and is currently utilised as a learning tool for students studying biomedicine at James Cook University.

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            • Mark Bastin: Visualizing Brain White Matter using Diffusion MRI


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              Mark Bastin gives a very clear explanation of how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is being used to study diffusion of water in living tissues, such as the human brain. He presents spectacular and detailed 3D images of the structure of the white matter in living, working brains. This talk was part of VIZBI 2010, the EMBO workshop on visualizing biological data (http://vizbi.org). This video has been filmed and distributed with permission under a creative common license.

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              • Crazy about Biomedicine


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                Crazy about Biomedicine is a new educational program by IRB Barcelona and the Fundació Catalunya–La Pedrera launched at the end of 2012 and which began in January 2013. The name is also an apt description for the 24 high school students selected to participate in the year-long series of seminars and hands-on activities in the lab. The goal of this project is to give these first-year baccalaureate students the chance to explore the exciting world of biomedicine and challenge their inquisitive minds. More than 400 students from schools all over Catalonia applied for the programme. Through the course’s practical and theoretical sessions, the participants will have the opportunity to take a step back from their textbooks and experience what science is all about. Working alongside researchers from the Institute, they will learn what the latest questions in biomedicine are – and also see how scientists are figuring them out. Initiatives such as this one are meant to help boost interest in science among youngsters, thereby combating the worrying decline in scientific vocation across Europe.

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                • Seeking answers: How do pancreatic tumours form?


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                  Researchers from the Municipal Institute of Medical Research and doctors from Hospital del Mar explain the research that they are conducting in order to differentiate stem cells in pancreatic cells and thus study the origin of pancreatic cancer.

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                  • Testimonial from 2 CART Alumni


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                    Former students from CART's Biomedicine and Biomedical Engineering programs describe how CART impacted their current successes in their career in the medical profession.

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                    • Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research - An Overview


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                      An Overview of Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research

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