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  1. Airsick: An Industrial Devolution


    from Lucas Oleniuk Liked

    Twenty days. Twenty thousand still images. A single message. Toronto Star photographer Lucas Oleniuk captures the issue of global warming in a video created entirely by using still images.

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    • At least what I think...


      from Nas Alhusain Liked 74.8K 2,572 80

      So, I finally sat down to finish this piece which is my own observation about creativity. Clear, simple and to the point It resembles real life activities I practice....Enjoy! Written, animated…

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      • Entre o céu e as marés


        from WILDSTEP Productions Liked 10.3K 74 8

        Documentário sobre as aves do estuário do Sado 2º prémio categoria Natureza e Vida Selvagem no Finisterra Arrábida Film Festival 2013 Finalista no Festival de Curtas…

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        • Protein synthesis


          from countingthoughts Liked 13.9K 12 0

          A sequence of mRNA is use to generate a protein (translation). mRNA binds to a ribosome, the machinery that organises the protein sequence production. The large ribosomal subunit has two binding sites…

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          • Meiosis


            from Alden Blake Liked 608 6 1

            A video about meiosis! Learn about cell division and how gametes are produced. Music: Tiptoe by Imagine Dragons

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            • T4 Bacteriophage


              from hybrid medical animation Liked 35.5K 45 2

              T4 bacteriophages targeting E. coli bacteria. Bacteriophages are small viruses that infect bacteria and kill them by multiplying and essentially filling the bacterial cell to bursting. Promotional…

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              • Stages of Mitosis


                from hybrid medical animation Liked 101K 74 4

                Stages of Mitosis, a promotional piece, begins with a fly-through of cells preparing to undergo mitosis (cell division). Upon entering a cell we are introduced to various organelles of the inner…

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                • Streptococcus pneumoniae


                  from hybrid medical animation Liked 6,685 11 0

                  Sequence showing streptococcus pneumoniae, a pathogen that is the most common cause of bacterial meningitis in adults and children. Over the last decade, resistance has become common and prevalence…

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                  • DNA PORTRAIT


                    from TED Blog Liked 82.9K 325 10

                    DNA Portrait is a lovely short documentary shot by TED's own Kari Mulholland. It features the work of the artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg, who spent time collecting hairs shed in public spaces...…

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                    • BBC Science Club Animation all about Extinction


                      from HeartShaped Liked 2,608 228 5

                      The Story of Extinction Only a few hundred years ago extinction made no sense to anyone. The story of Extinction explores advanced geology and touches on why we humans will too, one day, be extinct! The…

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                      • BBC Science Club - Inheritance


                        from Asa Lucander Liked 6,004 113 2

                        Inheritance - Short animation, which was part of the Science Club series on BBC2 hosted by Dara O Briain, © BBC. Directed by: Åsa Lucander @ 12foot6 Produced by: 12foot6 Art&Design:…

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                        • The Divide


                          from Brent Sievers Liked 95.2K 1,668 51

                          Man and nature try to coexist, but their boundaries are falling apart. 2015 Festivals: Pictoplasma NW Animation Festival 2014 Festivals: Animation Block Party - Best Student Animation Puchon…

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