1. Part 5 of 9: The angst of adolescence


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    • Hero of Switzerland / RAD SCIENCE //


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      RAD SCIENCE the EXHIBITION// Bleach the stains out of your lab coat, put a test tube in your pocket and join Hero of Switzerland and friends as they delve into the definitely-more-clever-than-they-actually-are-but-fuck-it world of RAD SCIENCE. Oozing green slime, bubbling beakers, flux capacitors, malfunctioning robots, terrifying but strangely erotic-looking instruments - everything you could possibly find on our persons on a Friday night. RAD SCIENCE will be a beautiful laboratory of the Heroes and their friends, a celebration of all things that help and harm, create and explode, hum and whir, of what grows in jars and is sewn on mice.. We have seen the future and it's RAD SCIENCE.

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        ***WINNER, BEST FILM/VIDEO*** Handheld Film Fest, April 2015 "BODY LANGUAGE" is an [audiovisual] essay which uses stark, silhouetted imagery and an objective narrator to connect research topics at the intersections of biology and psychology as they relate to the human body. Inspired by the popular "Power Pose" study and subsequent TED Talk. Created as part of ARTC 439 Special Topics: "Observe, Research, React; Hybrid Studio Practice and Alternative Documentary Methods" at the University of Tennessee, Spring 2015. Instructor Sunita Prasad. Performers: Sara Paterson and Luke Atchley. Shot with a Canon T5i DSLR and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. "Works cited" listed in video.

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        • Detaily listu strelície: Václav Kovalčík, květen 2015


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          Details of Strelitzia leaf, May 2015.

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          • Microtubules: tentpoles & railroads


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            A quick look at microtubules: How they're made, what they do and why they are so important for the cells in your body.

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            • Cell signalling: kinases & phosphorylation


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              The way in which the proteins in a cell transmit signals to one another is hugely important for controlling cell division, cell migration and even cell death. If this process goes wrong, it can lead to the onset of diseases such as cancer. This is the first part of a series of animations exploring cell signalling, this time focusing on kinases and phosphorylations. Within a cell, phosphorylations are a major way in which proteins can transmit chemical signals to one another. In this video, we're exploring what you need in order to perform a phosphorylation, how it works and what happens when proteins are phosphorylated.

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              • Human Brain X-Ray


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                Download these videos here: http://goo.gl/mDXJFq This is two 1080p motion graphic videos of the human brain rotating around while different connections are made in the brain. The brain organ is highlighted in a red, yellow and orange colors while the outline of a human torso is in a light blue color. One video shows lots of white connections happening in the brain all at once which could be a concept for intelligence or intellect. The other video has a glowing brain which has radiating lines coming off of it. Both styles are looped for endless playback and could be a concept for a brain injury, mri, healthcare, the human mind, etc.

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                • Bio66s - Summer Apprenticeship 2015


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                  A video presentation dedicated to the memories we've created on the summer of 2015. pero char wruh :P

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                  • Micromonsters - TRAILER [DOME]


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                    Travel to the microscopic world and discover some of the invisibles that feed on us and make us sick. Lice, fleas and mites. Parasites such as bacteria and worms. Enjoy them all with fascinatiny cartoon- style images.

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                    • The Breath of Life - TRAILER [DOME]


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                      Life is a rare form of matter, discover more about its mysteries! The show begins with the origin of the first organic molecules and the DNA. Following the path of the evolution, audiences will learn more about the appearance of first cells, the first bacteria and the first protozoa, defining a variety of biology concepts like prokaryotes, eukaryotes, unicellular and multicellular beings. Following a virus being chased by a white blood cell, you will be taken into a journey inside a cell to meet the all cellular organelles. The audience will also experience the concept of tissues, organs and organic systems in order to grasp the magnificent power of life on Earth.

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