1. LE CRISTALLOGRAPHE (Short & old prototype)


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    More info : http://lecristallographe.nicolastilly.fr/

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    • Aquele Cristal e Outros


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      A Câmara Municipal do Porto, a Universidade do Porto e o IBMC uniram-se nas comemorações do Ano Internacional da Cristalografia 2014 e promovem uma EXPOSIÇÃO e um CONCURSO ESCOLAR para abrir as portas do mundo da Cristalografia ao público. Podes visitar a exposição na estação de metro dos Aliados, a partir de 15 de Dezembro e participar no concurso escolar de 3 de Dezembro a 16 de Janeiro.

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      • Marjolein Thunnissen about crystallography at MAX IV Laboratory


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        Marjolein Thunnissen talks about protein crystallography at MAX IV Laboratory. http://www.maxlab.lu.se

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        • International Year of Crystallography - March 2014


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          Presented by: Dr Colin Kennard (UQ) Crystallographer Max von Laue was a Nobel Prize winner in 1914, and at the time a member of the Ludwig Maximillians Universitaet Muenchen (LMU). Because of this award, the International Union of Crystallography has named 1914 the Year of Crystallography, and this talk will trace some history, some personal reminiscences of Colin, a retired Chemical Crystallographer from the (then) Department of Chemistry, and an overview of x-ray crystallography from the first structure to today's half a million compounds.

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          • Crystallography


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            My summer 2014 Capstone project at UT Dallas. A time-lapse and motion graphics explanation of crystallography using household products that you can try at home. Music courtesy of Dexter Britain

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            • Mars Diffracts! X-ray Crystallography and Space Exploration


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              An epic journey into the role of X-ray diffraction in space! Astrobiologist and intrepid science communicator Lewis Dartnell reveals the crucial role that x-ray crystallography is playing in understanding the formation and history of our planetary neighbour, Mars. Explaining the techniques used by the Curiosity Rover to analyse the Martian surface, Lewis reveals what the discovery of clay might mean for the possibility of life on the Red Planet. Joined by space scientists responsible for designing and operating instruments over 60 million kilometres away, Lewis delves into the mysteries of interplanetary exploration including: How do you design reliable instruments for use on other planets? Should we send humans to Mars? And, what does the next mission to the Red Planet look like? Featuring instrument scientist Graeme Hansford (University of Leicester) and John Bridges, a participating scientist with the NASA Mars Science Laboratory working on the current Curiosity mission. This film was supported by the Science and Technologies Facilities Council (STFC). Find out more about filmmaker Thom Hoffman: http://www.thomhoffman.co.uk/ Watch more science videos on the Ri Channel http://richannel.org The Ri is on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ri_science and Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/royalinstitution Subscribe for the latest science videos: http://richannel.org/newsletter

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              • iFlexis European Project


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                The target of i-FLEXIS European Project is the development of an innovative, reliable and low-cost integrated X-ray sensor system based on heterogeneous inorganic, organic and hybrid components. www.iflexis.eu

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                • High-Resolution Structure of the Eukaryotic 80S Ribosome: Supplemental Video 1


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                  A supplemental video from the 2014 review by Gulnara Yusupova and Marat Yusupov, "High-Resolution Structure of the Eukaryotic 80S Ribosome," from the Annual Review of Biochemistry: http://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-biochem-060713-035445?utm_source=vimeo&utm_medium=bi.83.yusupova&utm_campaign=suppvideo An overall view of prokaryotic and eukaryotic ribosomes.

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                  • Crystallography: An Animated adventure


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                    X-ray crystallography is arguably one of the greatest innovations of the twentieth century, but not that many people know what it is or how it came about. Join us on an animated journey through the 100 year history of crystallography – from the pioneering work of William and Lawrence Bragg in 1913 to the surface of Mars! Narrated by structural biologist Stephen Curry and produced by animation company 12foot6, the film explores the extraordinary history of crystallography. To date 28 Nobel Prizes have been awarded to projects related to the field and X-ray crystallography remains the foremost technique in determining the structures of a huge range of complex molecules. This film was produced in celebration of the Bragg Centenary and was funded by STFC. For more animated wizardry from 12foot6, check out the Science Club collection.

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                    • Stilled


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                      Stilled is a free dance & photographic installation, inspired by the science of X-ray crystallography. Find out more at http://www.feveredsleep.co.uk/archive/stilled/

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